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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1896)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. SO, 1896.
li novcr done, And It Is especially wenrlnfj
Ami lYcnrlsomo to thoso whoso blood In
Impure nml unlit properly to tone, huh
tain, and renew tlio wasting of nerve,
iminclo ntid tlnsiie. It Is nioro because of
tliU condition of t ho blood Hint women
re run down,
Tlrod, Wonk, NorvouB,
Tlinn bi'cnunc of tlm work Itnulf. livery
physician aj n ho, nnd t lint t lio only rem
t'dy In In building up by tnklug n good
nerio Ionic, blood purifier nnd vltnllrr
llko Hood's Hnrnnpnrllln. Fortliotrnublcs
Peculiar to Women nt change of mason,
elluiAtc or I Id', or resulting from Imrtl
work, iiprvotiHiicKt, nnd Impiiro blood,
tliouHfinda hnvo found relief and euro In
TIib Ono True IIIoihI I'lirlflvr $1 per bottle
tircforctl only bit' I Itixxl A.Co , I.owl'II. Mn.ss.
l-l i ivii aretlie only pllli totnko
nOOU S PUIS with u0a'sarsaiarllla.
ith4'i Ipilati, 1 l'r Aiiniun
Invurlubl) in AJvau
fi t.t.ij l tl ToM Off.ru III Ituul ilmlil, Vil
M- mi.. I r.irllrrof lbtnn-i.ol.il rUi
i ('. UnnHKli, Mllur.
I.ABor Iait. At l-l Kdlmr.
BWOBM uIIJULATIOW 1,300.
GARRET A. HOBART.
JOHN II. MacCOLL.
For Lieutenant Governor,
ORLANDO TEF T,
For Seeietary of State,
JUKI. A. PIPER.
Km Com. Public Lands and Buildings,
II. C RUSHELL.
For Auditor Public Accounts,
PETER O 11EDLUN')
c. e casey
For Attorney General,
For Siip.'iinienil.Mii nl Iiiitiuctlon,
HENRY K COR RETT
"or Recent ' linivM -liy,
Y. G wiutmore.
For .Judges Siipteiuc ('mill,
M. H. K1NKAID
For Piesidoiillnl Electors,
FUANK .1. SADILDK.
,1. E. 1 1 OUT.
A. C. FOSTER.
(. A. DERBY,
J. L. MePHEELY,
M. L. FRIESE.
FrCongiess Fifth Dlstiiot,
For Ropri sentativo 41th distilct.
IRVING W. CllAltY.
cm Ropif8cntativo46th district,
For County Attorney.
Who is V. V. Phillinr He is the
next limit leprcsfiilativn (Set on the
band wagon and put n cios opp isile
Our of the west a champion came,
liUuaiuc w, Cm bet I. 'Tlif jIi I-. sing
t a- Biyin What's the ilillciencc
Our tall. i .mil the ollu'i hkiii. Thej
arc hntli mouth
Who li is seen Kodei u k Dim m these
pint, r.vlili'titlv Rodcr'u k is mi weak
that ho dale mil speak lieu except
with the. assistance of J. S Gilliam
Why isn't Gilliam i tinning foi oong
less instctnl of Roddick l)lmv
Now is the lime foi all good men to
oiiio to the ii ill of ihiM'otintit That
is if "onil men want to In on iln ilht
tide MoKluluy winta all the g.'d
men, nol mi that lie cut bi i'.i nl but
JUSI to htVCill Ills HHlJ"H'T
Wis no not ik'hiie thai .no Hnini
nation Immado as to ropublienn cindi
tlatob, hut if their is one fiwuiie can
dldalo for any vole, tn the Kobublicau
valley, ii slembl by Wool A Piper.
1 In state ha bl " " m' fllclent of
t .1 vn can expect "' m'ir cllieient
olllei'i thin Ml Pl"i Asa faithful
public, set viinl he t-lionld be leiained
Tiir. N-tilon mys A, D It'mnrv will
,.,iny the ciiiinty by y.-fO Ob 'hi, Me.
Nation The po"p'' "' V.'tbsti i eoinoy
nave heciue tired of hing Lie ollico
of county attorney to Iticompeleinnt.
t.niiej.s.'aud aitmwawU pn.Mn (Mm
for an u'S.-Wi'ii help U ( ml ihe
countl's iii'isH", ami -H ihU vein
vote for Umdolph McNlit who i able
mid competent m defend tint inleiests
of tho county without uy extra help.
jrojicrty, two lives ivro tost.
Ifthovotois wish to savo tlio county
inoimy place an X after the nuino of
Ir.siioi'i.i) lit loiuctiibeicil that tlio
lupublican pally lias nlwnys been in
favor of a pioper invostmeiil of tlie
school fund of I hr state. Tlio idea is
not oi initial witji (Jov Ilolcoinh It
uas a pioposition in Nehiaika politics
while he was yet a law Htinloiit. It
will hu Lest settled by tlio election of
tlio riipuliliuaii ticket ami the adoption
of lliu coiistiltitioual amendment as
to that submitted to the voters of tlio
stale by the. last icpiiblieau lelslaiutu.
Is TiiKiti: anyboily who loineinbeis
thai A I), llaniiey oei tiud a law
snilv Tlieie an- tvcial who know
llnil he has foieeloseil a iuoit(a)e Is
there anybody who docs not know thai
Mi Not has tiiud soinu law suits? The
c uiity is not in the business of f io
i.mi iiioMkiikus. It lias occasion
illy to pioseentc a ciiminal. Who
iloe ihiuoiint want lohiioiefaidiess
of polllhs, the xeiillenun who lus or
ilieniiilcniin who lias not niedalaw
Kanhoi.cii McNnr, llio lepiihliean
nominee foreoiinly attornuy, deserves
ami will icceiw the voto of oviny u
ptililiu.uias he is a biif,'ht.yoiiiilawii!r,
fell of ambition, ami would .suivuthe
tnxpayeis faithfully in that capacity.
Nol only icpublicans but ovcty rotor
who is Intel estfd in a vigorous admin
Istivition in the olhYo of county at
toinry, who wants a lawyer viho is not
afiaid to do his iliily, slioulil place
their X after the mimoaf Randolph Mc
Nitt. Ik vot' know whats best for you Mite
the lupublioaii ticket. If you do,
aftir lection you will concratulate
youiseif that Nobiuska i.siulliie. Top-
ulislcbiiiK whenever they dare to talk
tat iir that wexpoilcd muiio wool in
1895 Theie isn't oneof them thatilaia
say that wo raited enough wool for
homo conyumptioii Kvory time we
expoited a pound it meant that wo
paid the fieiirbi fnim hcin to Liver
pool and return and then paid the
want's of the faetoiy ham! in Liverpool
for tho niauiifactiiicd attiolu. It is
that kind of business which the lepuli
lican paily pioposesto stop. We in
tend to hao the wages and the wool
Di'ltlMi the campaign it seems to us
that Hie name of one icpullic:in can
didate has not In en kept cnimpicioiisl
befoni the public We speak U Hon
Lor.iiido Tein candidate forlicutenaut
Koxciiioi. It mii-t be leineinbucd
that the lieutenant govciuoi !-, by vir
tueof hisolllec the piesiilinj; ollicei of
the ic i in. Am. I fill cainc to Nebraska
at a time when the fining community
needed men of slteiiglh and iutelli
gencc. His qualities weie lecognied
at fust and he has been honoieil by the
people of his county timet ami time
again. He lias probably the latgcst
legislative expeticner of any gentleman
in I ho tatc ami is entitled to he recog
ni.ed as the net picsiding ofllccr of
the state senate
Twki.vk months ago it waseoncrdod
that Win McKinlcy would he the next
piesldent of the United States
by the laigest popular vote ever cast
for piesident Thai cn'ncr.sslon was
made faiily ami squarely tipoa
the issue of piotection What hns hap
pened within the twelve iiioiiiIih to
change the issucy Simply the propo
sit ion that the demoeiacy having lee
oguixed fiiiliiieou that issue desheto
ft in ii to power notwithstanding. It
miiHt lie remcmbeied lhat the deinoc
raej of today, notwithstanding its ap
paient union witli populism, is tliodc
Of the Knife.
Mr. Lincoln Nelson, of M.irsh field, Mo.,
writes: "For .six years I have lict.ii a
sufferer from a scrofulous affection oi
the glands of my neck, and all effort;
of physicians in Washington, I). C,
Springfield, 111., and St. Louis failed to
reduce the enlargement. After sis
months' constant treatment here, my
physician urged me to submit to a re
moval of the gland. At this critical mo
ment a friend recommended S.S.S.,
and laying aside a deep-rooted preju
dice auaiust all natent medicines. I be
gan ita use. Before I had used one bot
tle the enlargement began to disappear,
and now it is entirely gone, though lam
not through with my second bottle jet.
Had I only used your S.S.S. long ugo,
I would have escaped yeara of misery
and saved over $ i$o."
This experience is like that of nil who
fuffer with deep-seated blood trouble.
The doctors can do no good, and evcti
their resorts lo the knife prove either
fruitier oi fatal. S.S.S. is the only
ual blood remedy; it gets at the root of
the disensf una forces It out perma
nently. S.S.S. SHuiantfcJ finely icgctal'le)
j Keal iDioocl Kemeciy !
is n blood i cm 1 forrc.il blood troubles;
it cures the must obstimtc ums of
Scrofula, I'.aun,,, Cnun, Ilhcmitatisiii,
etc., which otlur i.o-iil'.rl Mool rn.ic
dies fill to toiich SS.S gets a the
root of the disease and fori is it oat per
nuuenlly. Valuable book -i i, ill
OU SUlll 11 IC t k --
by tlie Swilt
Specific Co., At
monracy of old Intpiislllad with David
II. Hill and At tlnir P (tormnii and the
pension oiitteisaml Tainmaiiy Hall all
at its back fighting under tlio Hag of
ISill, lighting for the pioposition that
tirasoti ami icbullion within a state
aie not inatteis for the Intel foi once of
the fedeial government llemembci
when you cast your vole that the de
mon aey of old time has atiscii to now
life in American politics, liming ab
sol bed into itself the alienism of llel
giau Altgeld in favor of socialism and
(Jov. IIoi.comii has not shown that
lie will leave a single cent in the stale
tieasiiiy consequent he must s.iy that
his pictensn t have s:ied $100,000 is a
false pieteiise We leinembei that
during the wintei of isn.- tlm hit dings
of the governor 1 1 lueled up and down
the slate and his political oig.uis punt
ed thiotigliout tin state all of them an
nouncing that th icpubllcan hgisla
lure was peiiurioiif towaids state insti
tutions foi the put pose of making i mu
paign inatciial tigaiust (Jov. Ilohoinli,
the idea being that the sinallitess of the
appiopiiatlons would pi event the gov
oi nor from a proper udmiuistiation
The election is closer now than then
and in view of the election Cov. Hoi
comb claims to hure saved $100,000 out
of those "peiiuiious appiopiiatlons."
Kithor Hie goraiuoiV employes com
plained without cause in lb'j,) ot his
advocates lio in 180(1. The fact of the
matter is that the republican legislu
Hue of 18115 figured so carefully in
making approptlations that neither
(Jov. Holcomb nor any other man
could properly administer the duties
of his office and sure a single cent out
of the appropriation. There never has
been a mote cflleient legislating than
that of 1805 which was republican.
Tho conclusion is that it is the duty of
the citiciis of Webster county to vote
for I W. Crary, likewise S. T. Cald
well ami W. W. Phillio and continue
the woik begun in 1805.
Don't foni I In voir for the rcpublii an
Comfort to Cahforcia.
Kvcry TIiiii'mIiij morning, a touiist
sleeping car for Salt Lake City, S.in
Francisco and Los Angeles leaves
Omaha and Lincoln via the ISuiliugtnu
ltotitc. It is carpeted; iipholstctcd in
lattan; has spiing seats and backs and
is punided with cm tains, bedding,
towels, soap, ete. An expel ienced e
elusion conductor and unifoimcd Pull
man potter accompany it tluoiigh to
lite paethe coast While ni'itlnt ,i c
lieuslv eli liuislii d nor as line to look at
as a palace slcepci.it is jint its good to
rule in Second class tickets aie
honoied and the ptice of a beith, wide
enough and big enough for two, is only
$5. For a folder giving full particti
hits, call attheneaicst H. & M. 11. K.
ticket ollice. Or, write to , I Fiancis,
(Jeneral Passenger Agent, Hnrlington
Uoute, Omaha, Neb
I 'oft for I. H'. Crari if Guide Hock
Do iou want a lawyer for tounty at
torney' Then cote for McMlt.
Croup Quickly Curod.
Mountain (Ji.kn, Aik.-Our chi'd
ren weie suffeiing with croup when
we received a bottle of Chaniberlnin'H
Cough Kciuedy. It affords almost in
stant relief. b. A. Tiiounion. This
celebrated lemedy for sal by 11. K.
Don't Jorget to cote for the repuhliean
Doyou irant a lawyer for .until y at
torney'.' Tin n vote for MeXitt,
Deafness Cannot bo Cured
By local applications, as they can
not i each the diseased pot tioti of the
ear. 'Ilieie is oulv one way to cine
deafness, and t li:vt is by constitutional
t eincdies. Deafness is caused by tm in
ll.nncd condition of the mucous lining
of the Kustachiiiu Tube. When this
fube gets inll.nneil joti have mumbling
sound oi impel feel heating, and when
it is entiicly closed deafness istheie
siill, ami unless tho inllammatioii can
he taken out and this tube restored to
its iioiiual condition, hearing will be
ilrstiovcd forever; nine ohm's out often
aie caused hi c.itauh, which is notli
iug lint inflamed condition of the
mucous sin faces.
We will give Ono Hitmlictl Dollai.s
for any case of deafucs u'nii.scd lo
catutihi that cannot becittcdby Hall's
Cataiih Cuie Send fni eiieuluH,
f 1 ce
F. J CHUNKY As CO., Toledo, O
Don't forgd to vote for the republican
Notico to Toaohors.
j Nolien ;, heieby given that I will CX
i limine all person ii who tiny desirti to
lolTir Hi mselves as eamlld.itcs for
I tcaelii is of i. ,. public M-bouls ..f this
Ionium it Kid Cloud mi ib, tltiidS:i:
...i.0 .(,,, ,,
.)' i .i i imniittioiis m, , ii,.d on
Ihe 1 lid i, pi i.uiii is lb, fid ,.tt in dal
llf I III II III. 'Ill
Tlie siainiii g d.-sin.l :,., ', anil Ud
guide cettiiie.ile K I In- nium, no grade
below 70 p.r cent., mmg, mi pe i cent,
1 for III i gta.l. coi-tilicaii' no grade be-
low bU pi i i mi'., nieiiigo till per cent in
all brunches reunited bj law.
D. M UutiTKU, County Supt.
Wo Offer You n Ittmcdy Which Insures
safi:tv to lifi: ot iioth
Mother and Child.
UOIIS 10.NFIM.JII.M OF ITS WIN,
IIOKltOIt AMI IltMJKIt,
Makes CHILD-BIRTH Easy.
IIiMlorscil anil rn'oinnirnileil by pliynl
clmiK, inlihvUen anil t bono who lmo tmt'il
It, ISoHiiru or milHtltutvK ami Imitations.
Sent by (Miri'F or msll on rpcclnt nf jirlrp,
SI. Oil per hotllf. Honk '!() MOTHBII8
BialtoJ fivu. contnlnlnR voluntary testimonials.
BRADF1ELD BEQULATOH CO., Atlanta, Go.
until n v Att. tmcnniBT'i.
How to Volo on Amondnionth
1'lie constitutional auiendiiieuts will
be voli d upon hi sepal ale ballot fiotn
that used in voting lor nHiccis, fni
which sepatate boxes will be ptovideil
At the head of the ticket is a place to
put yum X in ease ion wish to into for
or against all the amendments. Should
you tlesiio to lotc foi some and against
others them aiu places opposite each
to put your X. This mattar should ie
reive the fateful attention of every
voter. Tho ptopositlons contained in
the amendments arc calculated to fur
ther tlio best i ut ci est of the people
and keep the state in progicssire tie
lien. Don't forgtt lo vote or the republican
I'otc for I. ir. Crary of (I aide Hock
HoadsIWin, Tails You Loso.
An exchange sav.s a young lady ami
gentleman in a neighboring town have
made an election bet on gLiicial re
sults. If Hryan is elected he will mat ry
her, and if McKinlcy is elected she will
marry him. Noi folk News
Vote for I. II'. Crary of (luidc Hock
Do you want a lawyer for tounty at
torney? Then vole for MeXitt.
Klu timiillxtn 'iinl In u Iii).
"MYSTIC! CUItK" for Kb-ntnalisin
n tut Ni tiniltfin ritilicidli cures in 1 lo ,1
dajn Its notion upon tin- "ninn is re
murk hie anil un-tvrioiw It romuve
nt once tin- chii'm mi d tin ilise'isn inincd
Intel disappenr . I tie ll- l ri-un-illj
lii'iietl'n T -f tun hn!, I.; l, K (f i"i
ilriig't. Kid Cloud.
Hctmmlicr what a populist Wi' j
supt rvisorx tm ans. inlcjor ItoOy.
As the icstilt of an election wager a
man in Ripley, Ohio, is going to shave
his head, gild il, ami walk a mile with
out his bal if McKinh'i is elected. His
opponent will siher his head if lirvan
can ies on the pi izc Hayes Center Re
publican. Do iou want u lawyer for county at
torney I Then vote for McSill.
Book Agonta Attention.
Aie you selling Motealf's life of Hiynn
ii Sewall or Halstead's life of Mc
Kinlcy & Ilobartr We give the very
largest commissions.. We give you
$'() in cash besides if you sell 100 books.
We pay Height tojou. Wegivccrcdit.
We ship goods piomptly. Kvcry Hals
lead or Mctcalf book .sold in the conn
tiy comes ft oin our place. Wo aie
hcadquaitt'is. Deal direct from the
matiufacluicis, Hooks sold at $1.50.
Oullit-s free. Send six cents for pos
tage and save expiessage. L. K Me
(JuKAi. iV- lltto., Philadelphia, Pa.
Do you want a luwytr for tounty ul
tor my I Thin volt for McXtlt.
Dtiti'l juripl to rati fur tin republican
siinllc Klu'iimulUiii Cnri'il.
L. iVaner, Wbolrsalo Druggist, Kloh
inoiiil, Vn., fiij -: "I Inul n fuirful tittnoh
of Si intie lihiMiuiiitiMn, wan Isiil up nl
most Un innuMi", wa fortiiunte enough
to vet MYSI1C CUKK FOR IlllRUMA
TISM. This erred me after doctor' pre
scriptions bad fin led to have nnj efTnot.
Sold I.) II. i:. Oricu tlruKgist, Rod Cloud
Hi tm niln r what a populist homd of
supervisors meant Vote for lloby
A tenant for uurw brick slor iittild
ing en on of the best corners in Red
Cloud Apply to D.J Mtcm.
AND ITS "CtTIUl
' To toe Editor : 1 Inve an absolute
remedy for Consumption. Dy Its timely usa
; thousands of hopeless cases have been already
permanently cured. So proof-positive am I
of Its power that I consider It my duty to
ttndttco bottlts fret to those of your readers
who have Consumptlon.Throat, Bronchial or
' Lunff Trouble, if they will write me tlwlr
express and postoflicc adJrcss. Sincerely,
T. A. SL0CUM, M. C, 18J Tearl St., Hew Tcrfc.
Iir Tit IMItorlal tnit Hnilncii MimKomint c(
Uiii l'dinir (JuariiBteo Uil.guuofOUJ CroiKJsltloo.
St'iiiu'iitn tlio t n in auli,
route tlio liver, etiiu litlmut
IH'SJ, lioail.iihi', illzliu'ss,
our itouurli. r(inili.itlon,
te. l'rlcd ii trnt. Sold
lr U druKKl'tt.
TU oulf 1'IIU la Uko with Uuvd't 34riyrUU.
rxr. a a n
--. .WIgimt'M'i''f'' i.ohwuk. iMtn-mttunrnvKm'
jVXoMcttiy Morning, Oct. SiOtl,
Wc open up with another SPECIAL
Bargain Sale Continuing 10 Days.
We invite yon to come anil
New Fall Diess (JooiN, special
valins nl 10, I'H, lo. H, JO.','.") ::o,
:i."i, !IH, 111, 50, CO and 05c. Also a
special Hue of Diess Goods in
dies pattern lengths, n special
sale prlft s It will p.ii ion to
come anil see them.
Sp.ieial bai gains in new Fall C'ali
coes. 10 y tints for Jk'lc Only ten
yaids sold to each lady customer
Also special bargains in Tin key
Rde llgtned Calicoes, Black and
White Calicoes, Blue end White
Calicoes at Tie per yaid.
Special values in (Jinghains at:),
5 and 7e poryaul.
Special Bargains in Outings, new
pattern, daik colors, at 5, 7 and
Special Baigaina in Cotton liatts
at OJ, 5, 7 and 10c per roll
Special Bargains in Red, Gray and
Blu'c Flannels at '.'5, 18 ami Mc.
Special Bargains in Shirtings at 0,
7 and 10c. Ranchman's Shirting
10c per yaid.
Special Bai gains in Blankets
Holland Window Shades.
on Spiing Rolleis at '..Vie
We have many other bargain t that we have not the time
to mention, but we invite you to come and see them.
It will be worth jour time.
Q. A. DUCKER & CO.
Sale Commences Monday, October :6 and Continues
SHERWOOD & ALBRIGHT,
Staple and faney Groceries.
Humboldt, liesota and Amboy Flour
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
FRKSH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.
A gieal deal but it does not
speak so loudly as our
ranenoous cook Drains.
Piessesaro runnlHg day ami
night, making food tor brains
to feed upon, and vie ate sell
CHOICEST : FOOD : OF : THAT : KIM),
You'd batter gt your shaic. Loads of good books for little money Mako
your markyour writing with our pens. Use on superfine writing
papers, if you would be in stylo. Papors from r. cents per quho to 20 cents.
For youroustotn. Our platform
Right Prices, Good Goods,
Courteous Treatment, Fair Dealing.
WE SOLICIT YOUR
WATCH, CLOCK and JEWELRY REPAIRING.
When jou incd atituin' li om line come and see in. If .Vc
haven't got It no w ill gei it for you A written guarantee
with all itch wot k bnti.faetiou gtiar.mtecd or
GOODS HOUSE I
see the exceptional bargains
place on sale.
Do not fniget to look through out
I'nderweai Dcpattinent Wc can
show you the best bin gains you
have ci ft' seen.
Men's Mixed Wool socks at 10c.
Men's Canton Flannel husking
mitts at 10c Ladle's and clill
licn's Fleece Lined hose, fast
black, al l()e
SHOES AND RUBBERS
Special Bai gains in Ladies, Misses
anil Child en's shoos ami rubbers
We can save you money on them.
Big lot of new leninants on our
center counter at bai gain prices.
Pants and duck Cuats. During
this sale we shall offer our entire
lino of them at special bargain
During this sale wo shall oflur our
entire lino of men's cotton flannel
shirts at special bargain prices
Now is the time to got them.
New Jackets and Capes.
We shall offer our entile line of
now Jackets 'ind Cnii -it special
bargain pi ices for tills ale. We
can show you an elegant lino of
garmets at extremely low prices.
Tut key Red Damask at 12, 1.",, 18.
2." and ','7Jc, that aio special
Jcwelers and Opticians, i
' imiiii i
f jfc V iv L .
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