The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, November 05, 1897, Page 4, Image 4
3 I'HK KK1) OLOUD OH IMF. FKJLDAl. JSOV. 5, IHH'j. ullsl eon vy tnkt 11$ tlifr lon toft -Oil tire lilj VTL- cri vfl to, " ni hi f) M il 3- ! Lt ft U 14'' 1 It . M1 P ?!-t J. ft' - j . I ,fc ;; 1 E; &y 8V1 !y tM ' li (, & Running Sore Llttlo Olrl Suffers With Impuro Blood-Othor Trontmont Failed But Hood's Sorsaparllla Cured -Weakness and Headache "My du-ghtcr, 9 years old, had a run ning sore below her right car for throo tiionthB. Tliu doctor advised painting it with Iodine niul vc did thin hut II did no good. Then 1 got n bottlo of HoodM Hnr saparllla. The tlrrt bottlo mado nomc Im provement, and when tho third bottle bad been taken tho norewai nicely healed. A year has passed since then and thcro ban been no return of the lore." W. E. Maonuhhon, Arnold, Nebraska. "1 was troubled with weaknesa and headache but nlnce taking a few bottles of Hood'B Sorsaparllla 1 have had no troublo of this kind." Miw. Maiiy Lbwis, Otto, NebraBkn. Get only Hood's because Hood's Sarsa parilla Iitlit'lKit ' hi- Hh'Oihi'Inio lliihid flintier. SoMbyalli' ?' ix for r. , , iMirr Mfr iiiit HOOCI S l'iS ma. ,e.nyoo,ioi.itc. IMItf I.UlT illlt IB) I'l THE CHIEF iunr.i HV McMillan. V. i. Ont year... Ilxinonlht lino .VI I'UUMsllhl) KVKKY KlllllAY Kntered at the ("Hloiiiu-Ai I'.ol Cloud, Ncb.s IccotidcUiF innll nutter. The t"l Vlouil, Ncli., CHIEF, weekly, is credited with the largest circulation nrmrdid to any paper in lied Cloud or in Webster county or in the Fijlli Conyrcssional District. Printer's Ink, July '2S, 1807. WASHINOTON NOTES. The publication otlicially of tho 11 naiicial rc'iMinniioinhitlon that will bo nmilu in Secretaiy Gage's annual lo port to coii;ru4, cioutcil tho suspicion that tho synopsis of thoso recommenda tions, piiblished Hovvrnl wcoks ago, aiiio diicetly from Secretary Gne, or somconu sullloluiitly in hi conlidcnco to know just what he intended doing. Tho tnatetial facts aro precisely tliu name the funding of our entire bond ed indebtedness in 2 1-2 per cent gold bonds; the increase of tho gold re demption fund; the reduction of tho clnssof no'cs that arc redeemed upon demand in gold, and an ineroao in the number of uatioiml banks by allowing' tho establishment in towns of It'Sa than 2,000 uaopluot bail k with a capital f $65,000, and nil increase in nutional bank notes Uy allowing tho Issue of notes to the par value of bonds rteposit od by thoin with the U. S. treasury. Whilo these reconinistidatious will not pldfiso tho sliver men, ms they all tend towards increasing the strength of thn . grip the singlo gold standard has upon tko country, they will not surprise thaui, tUey are mostly a natural sequence of tho St. Louis platform, and the position assumed by the repub lican party in tho national campaign. It is certain that no member of tho ad ministration seriously believes that legislation authorizing tho issuoof gold bonds can bo secured from tho prevent congress; therefore, that portion of tho recommendations may ho said to have been nudu for effect to state to the world what the administration would do if it had the power. Ex-Sunatoi' lngalls lias eugaged quarters in Washington for the winter for hiuiielf ami family, and there is more or less guessing ns to what ho in tends doing. I'.ie favorite gues is that his vitriolic pen is giii to bo u-r-.l f. v a newspaper, or a syndicate of uo,v papors, but a re-peetat)lo minority guoss is that lie iutcmW following the iisu.il occupation of the members of tin "ox" brigade, wh spnd ttu-n limu in Wndiinjtoii, during a su-ioii ot o ingruss -I iiayliig, 'L'liu opiiti in is growing in Washing ton lh.it the civil servico law will have to light for its existence during the coming m'-h'ioii of emigres', (inn, Grosvouor, of Ohio, In a loug .speech at tuo extra su-islou, miide tho o.sicivo slateuiont that ho had enlisted for the war and '.hat his bill for the repeal of tho entire law would be pushed this1 winter. Some of those who have ui.ule j itu point to uscprtuinlliowlmenibors ef the house would stand on a vote on the ' Grosvetior bill, expressed thenpiniou that It would pass. Speaker Keed has not nude known his altitude towards i tho bill, ami upon Mint depends whother it o.in bo got to a voto. Soma of his personal friends think that whother ho favored or opposed tho bill, It would be good policy, if lif has not abaudoued nU presidential as pirations, f r lit tit to allow tho bill to be votoil upon. It N hinted that al-i thoug l President M dvluley favor tho ulvll service law puixmalb, ho will not feel called upon to enter into n light with congress to prevent its to peal, and lli.it he would not veto a bill for its repeal but this probably has no better foundation than sunul-e. llut thero U no surniiso about the interest ing light on the law, but that is an ah s.dnto certaluty. Tho report is current in naval circles that tho bpanl of otUeors who havo been Inspecting numerous plane will roport'lVfavoV oMocating the.govern. VOTE OF WEBSTER COUNTY, NOV. 2, 1837. COMPILED FIIOM THE OFFICIAL UETUHNS. (Jandidatiw Sl'i'ltllMK .iL'WJia. A It red M. Pout, Koptibllcnn .lohn J. Sullivan, Fusion I 1). M. StroiiK, Prolilbitlon Warren Hwitzler, ruitlonal Uem Univi:hhity Ki:iii:nth. ' t' ia. w. Kiiiev. Kt'imiiiican .John N. Diyrfen, Republican IC. Von Fordl. Fusion (Ito. F. Ki-nowi-r, Fusion Mr. Iwilii'H Sjmrlnclc Prohibition. . D. L. Whitney, Piohibition .1. MerliiiK Morton, Silver Uuiuocrat .1 I. Li'ii", Silver Doinon at Cot my Tiimvsi licit. Chi lie I). HoMii-o'i. Hejinlillean...' .lilmO llui-.t-, i' 1'itli-t Cm sty si kiit, I E. U.SIuu'i, KLyiilillenn L. I). Will-. Popiilii-t County Ci.iuk. John il. Crary, Uepublicnn .lames P. Hale. Populist Cof. N1Y.lt I Mir.. C. H. Uc-nnett, Kepublican .laiiii-s Duffy, Populist COINTY Sri'KUI.N rCNIH'.NT. Mis. Eva J. Case, Republican L. S. WiNon. Populist County Stitvr.Ynu W. E. Thome. Republican Frank Kueliii, Populist County Couo.nku. II. E. Uriee, Republican W. C. Fiilkei-son, Populist County Commissionkus. L. D. Thomas, republican, 1st. Dist. Geo. P. Webber, populist. " ' II. V. Hall, rcpublicatt. 2d Dist. Win. A. May, populist, " " Win. F. Renkle, republican, ild Dist. F E. Payne, populist, " " E. 13. Smith, republican, Ith Dist. Henry Gilliam, populist, " " Jerome Vance, republican, 5tli Dist. II. F. Cooper, populist, " " J. F. Watt, indejicndent, " " incut plant for tho making of armor plate for lighting vessels at Rirming hain, Ala., if congress decides that ono should be established, which is more than doubtful since Secretary Long announced his opposition to tho whole business. Attorney General MoKonna is very proud of the part taken by himself and tho rest of tho adiiiiiiistialion in tho negotiation which resulted in a bid for the Union Paeilic railroad sufficiently laigo to cover the el.iiius of tlm govern ment against that company, mid he thinks It somewhat unreasonable mi tho part of Uiosu who still insist that the administration should have had the sale postponed, In order to, give other syndicates a clianco to bid. Tho average Individual who isn't prejudiced cither way, thinks that uncle Sam was playing iu deuced good luck t get out whole ou his loans to the U. P. and the accumulated interest. "I'll tell you," tcmarked a diplomat, why neither this government nor that of Spain is willing to give out the ane wwr of Spain to Gen Woodford's com munication. There Is nothing to give out. In other words, the long com munication is merely an c.xoiiiplitica lion of Talleyrand's definition ol tliu duty of a diplomat tt talk without iaylng anything. That is what the Spuui-di ministry has beeu doing. In about sixty days I think there will be mime talk mi both side- thai will mean something " To Benefit Others. The Editor of Tho Blootnfield Iowa Farmer Wrltet of the Qood Done by DR. MILES' NEW HEART CURE. MUEUE AUK u great many unselfish I niHU and women who wish others to know what has restored thorn to health and Impplncss, Mr. U, 1 UavU, pub Usher ot ouo of the bunt newnnapors In Iowa, writes from IMoomueld la., Au IS 189(1. "My doslro to be ne lit others prompts me to write this. Wo have- used Dr. Miles' Hetnedles In I my family for nearly two years with most KruiiiyniK results, no would'nl now do with out them. My wife hud heon weukty and down nuarly every Hummer for tho past fifteen n mm...' ir..fit Ouro Is exactly what Us uamo Implies; a sure cure tor a weak, llutterhiK, palpttutliif; heart, mat llr Miles' Nerve- and I.lvcr I'llls aro most excellent." Dr. Miles' liemeilles uro solil by ull drug- UhU uuiler a po-iltlvu guarantee, Unit bottlo bonetits or money refunded. Hook on Heart uml Nerves bout free to all applicants. Ull. MILES Mr.lHUAI, CO.. niklmrt, lud. MJUtKamiaaftifl is 1 S mum' m tHiAHCut IHealthH tm enrts wiitxt mi ust uns. ta Uot Cuutfii Sirup. Tuuu OuuO. CM B M In tlm. Hold by dnmiteu. wt v. O 7.! 5" B : : b i i-j 51 101 00 101 I (I J :i ,.. :i 0 , .m ll!l 75 51 ill ' l.'i ll'J 151) ss ion a :i . .. : 14 . ... .( (Ill -II M "l ::( (1 - 1 1. 10V II 71 :i"l 111 55 - HIT .il 07 !W 5t i:t; SI 5'. 101 n;:i l 7 50 ;; 5:1: 25 1(17 117 101 15, CO 1 11! Oli! 10 551 h :to I ltd u: s; 00 I ii. 1511 07 17!l -r! 100 School Reports. Report of Inavalo school, district No. 0, for month ending Oct., 20th, 1897. Number in roll :)::. Average attendance 20. Number of cases of tardiness 512. The following aro the names ot the pupils who were neither tardy,Jnor ab sent during the mouth: Ralph Hunter and Kraukle House. Wm. IlKmxiiuWEit, Teacher. Following is tho report of school in district No. 40 for iinnth ending Oct , 20th, HW7. Number of days taught 20. Pupils enrolled 13. Average attendance 10. Number ol visitors 3. Names of pupils not absent: May Schultz, Ada Schultz, May DoWitt, Leuora Thornton. Peaul Ludlow, Teachir. SORE THROAT. In a letter to Dr. Hartnian, dated Dec 27th, 1800, George A. Blnnchard, of Washing tot) (?n., writes: MMy throat had been in the habit of getting sore every year for the last twenty years any medical skill did 1110 any good it was so little I did not know it. Two years ago my wito was down sick two months, tried two doctors, but thocasu was a .-Uibburii ouo of female trouble, I found In l'e-ru-ua not only a good, safe remedy for -mu throat, but one for weakness mid nervous prostrallmi I quit tho doctors and purchased :t but tlo of I'l-ru-na, and i three days after my wife got up and .iho has been going ever since, and I have not beon bo bor ed with that bad sore hrnat. It ued 1 to lat at leal lifted! or twenty davs. Since wo have used your medicine my , wife ha- ii'-i h-.t a single day, and she has gaiin ! over tifty pounds." In a later letter, Julv 22d, 1807, Mr. Hlauchatd writes: "All of of the sick ness we have iu the family is when we cannot get I'o-ru-na. Wo people in tin' south think Fe-ru-na is a (iod-cut blessing. I recommend Po-ni-na to friends of mine that had asthma and i ne bottle cured them. Whenover Pe-ru-na is used it speaks loudly for It self." Dr. Hartnian, the original compoun der of l'e-ru-ua, has a recent book on chronic catarrh which will be sent free by tho I'o-ru-un Drug Manufacturing Co., Columbus, O. Ask your druggUt for a free To ru-na Almaiiao for 1607. Tetter, Sult-llhoum and Hozcma. The intense itching and smarting Ind dent to these diseases is instantly nllujvu by applying Chumberlnin'ti Eye iil uf icin Oiutnient. Slimy very bad ct'f i havo been tiorinnnentVv cured bv it. 1 is equaliv euieient tor ltciiln lilies nu i( a favorite remedy for soro nipples, chapped hiuids, chilblains, frost uites and chronic soro eyes. 2.1 cts. per uos. I I '! I ! Dr. Cailj's (milltlen romlcru, ' just what 11 horse- need when in b- 1 condition. Tonic, blood purifier mil vermifuge. They ure not food In t medicine and the best in nso to put n horso in prime condition. Price Ci i:onts per package Or. Price's Craa Baltlac Pewr Pun Or Cr M TwtM V4mr M WB TT l f ' f ' . and if 2L! c 3 e 1 114 (il) 1!!0 !j(l 108' 12. 14!1 1 128 1 lH 50 00 1 1 5 71 72 s:l ism 1:10 8:1 01 57 U!)7 1001 50 55 1185 1172 2:1 21 is:t 82 1 I I I 05 .111 (HI 50 07 1 10 110 ai ins Xll II 70 1201 1U!'J 1127 Id! 5a t I151 50 13 -17 12 til' 51 SI' 1210 so to sii no 'ii 45 "mi 147 ' ii 1:10 'is 01 15 70 01 no; 5i 70 i:i 02 5:1 111!) 1108 110 120 1010 0 108 110 I aim 102 125 no, 251 iW 112 15 til! s:i 52 1108 lilt 1 185 I 121! t;)8! 01 18 02 40 01 87 lit:; 110 111 80 I tt0 11:15 :i' to 20; hi: ;iu 228 210 200 12 501120 :J2 202 541 0:1 ...HO 1 THE DANGER to which the Expectant Mother is exposed and the foreboding and dread with which she looks for ward to the hour of woman's severest trial is appreciated by but few. All effort should be made to smooth these rugged places in life's pathway for her, ere she presses to her bosom her babe. MOTHER'S FRIEND allays Nervousness, and so assists Nature that the change goes for ward in an easy manner, without such violent protest in the way oi Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes through the ordeal quickly and without pain is left strong and vigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her. Safety to life of both is assured by the use of "Mother's Friend, and the time of recovery shortened. "I know one lady, the mother of three children, who sutTered greatly in the birth of each, who obtained a bottle of 'Mother's Friend' of me before her fourth confinement, and was relieved quickly and easily. All agree that their labor was shorter and less painful.' Joun G. Poliihl, Macon, Oa. 91.00 PER DOTTLE atall Drugstores, or sent by express on receipt of priee. BOOKS Oontalnlns tnvalualilo Information of rocc Inti-rest tn all women, will be sent to rKtt any ailJress upon application, bj The ORAOFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, Q, ALL WOMEN JIHE-TENTHS of all the pain ondslcknesafrom which women suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of menstruation. Nearly always when a woman Is not well these organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom clck. KM Is nature's provision for the regu lation of the menstrual function. lt cures all " female troubles." It Is equally effective for the girl In her teens, the young wife with do mestic and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the "Change of Life. They all need tt. They aro all benefitted by It. For advl:a In cues requiring spsclil dlrectlsnj. aJdrass, elvlw: eymptoms. tha "Ladles' Advisory Department.'' Tha Clutunsoea McJIctno Co., CtutU nsoea, Tenn. TH0S. J, COOPER, Tupelo, Mlllttytl "My titter suffered Irom very Irregular and palntul mentlruition and doctors could not relieve her. Wine of Cardul entirely cured her and alto helped ail mother through the Chug ot Utt ," L fljjnin We know what We are talking about when we say We have the best $10 OVERCOAT in Red Cloud. YouWil know if you see it. Galusha Wescott y&Kil&ttWWK&lK Successors to G. A. 3 : 2 i'A IMraska Mercantile Co Saturday JVlorDing Hoy. 6 ri We place on sale NEW wraps, Jackets, and Capes. We invite you to come and see them. They are exceptionally good values. I 1 ! Also another special bargain, 1000 yds. of the Best Embroidery, in dj and 5 yard lengths, will be placed on sale at "special prices. This is a wholesale house sam ple lot and is very choice, ami at the prices we shall sell them at it is the best bargain in Em broideries we have ever had. Also special bargains in New Dress Goods, Blankets, Underwear, Hosiery, Men's Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Rubbers and Overshoes, Groceries, Flour, Etc., Etc. f Come and see us. Ws can show you HARGAIN VALUES. Jietoaska Jttereantile Go. ALFRED HADELL, Manager. ri 1 PLATT & FREES CO., Ghieago Lumber Yard, RKI) CI.OUD, NKHltASKA. Lumber, Lime, Goal and Cement. DUCKER & CO. another special lot of WINTER 9 I 1 i i 'i 'i 1 ! ': Hi V V V v. v. I I A A v. .. sv & W' K& .iiAij-Ji Ld.tl. tWtmR iM.HHlti ffl.