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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1898)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 2. IB.
Little Olrl Suffers With Impure
Blood-Other Treatment Fallod
ut Hood's Sarsaparllla Cured
Weakness and Headnche.
"My darghtcr, 0 years old, bad a run
nlng floro below her right car for thrco
months. Tho doctor advised painting it
with lodlno and wo did this but it did no
good. Then I got a bottle ot Hood's Bar
taparllla. Tho first bottlo mado somo Im
provement, and when tho third bottlo
had been taken tho sorowas nicely healed.
A year has passed since then and thcro
lias been no return ot tho soro." W. E.
Maonubbon, Arnold, Nebraska.
"I was troubled with weakness and
hendacbo but since taking a fow bottles of
Hood's Sarsaparllla I havo had no troublo
of this kind." Mrs. Maiiy Lewis, Otto,
Nebraska. Got only Hood's bocauso
1 9 4 Sarsa-
lstliebc.t-ln fact tho Ono True Blood I'liriflcr.
HoMbyallilniRBlsts. 1; sir, forts.
Tj it rt c,lro '',vcr -"t en,y
nOOU S PHIS take, easy to operate, afcj.
w. l. momillan.
One year 1100
Six montlu BO
rUUMSHED KVEKV PJtlDAY
Bnlercd at tho pott offlco at Hod Cloud, Neb. a
leoond elan mall matter.
M. L. HAYWAUD,
Of Ctoo County.
For Lieutenant Gorcrnoi,
oko. a. Mtmriir,
Of Gage County,
For Secretary of State,
Of Sallno County.
For Auditor of 1'ubllo Account,
T. L. MATTHKVt'8,
Of Uodgo County.
Of Valloy County.
ForSupcrlntonileut of 1'ubllo Instruction,
JOHN F. 8AVI.OU,
Of I.nucnatcr County
For Attorney flonorr.1.
N. 1. JACKBON,
Of Antelope County.
For Land Commissioner,
A. V, WILLIAMS,
Or Douglas County
For CongroMinan Mh District
GAIT. 0. E. ADAMS,
Of Nuckolls County.
For State Souator, SMlli District,
For Float Iteprcsentattvo, 46th District,
CUAHLK9 K. HICKS.
J. 8. WHITE,
For Couuty Attorneys .
KANDOM'II MO NITT.
For Commissioner, 3d District,
J. W. ItUNCHKY,
For Conimlisloiior, 6th District,
state's escutcheon. No crime whs over
planned nt tho darkest hour of mid
night with inoro infamous or daring
deliberation. No band of highway
robbers uvtr carried into execution
thoir devilish designs with a firmer do
termination or nioro fixedness of pur
pose right up to tho very moment
when thoy wero detected in tho villain
ous net and exposed. Tho enso is clear
and needs no further evidenco of
guilt. Thcro are no extenuating cir
cumstances or room for npology. lie
hind closed doors, hidden from tho
gazo of honest men, and soonro from
criticism of tho dally press, they nt
tempted to steal enough ballots to
count in nn n.nendment overwhelming
ly dofoatcd nt tho polls, nnd thereby
seat two popocratio judges upon the
supremo bench; and every membor of
the popocratio legislating who aided
in any way this infamous plot or stood
by looking on with silent approval,
and overy Htnto oillccr, from Governor
liolcomb down, is nn accomplice in
this crime. This is n serious mutter
and should not be passed over lightly.
Tho vigllnuco over the people's
suffrages is n sacred trust. In tho bal
lot box lies tho main safe guard to our
liberties, nnd any man or party who
dares to tamper with it forfeits oveiy
right to tho decent respect or conil
donco of a freo people.
the state pcnltc Hilary is subject to tho
samn treatment, nnd what is true of
this is true of nil the other state Insti
tutions. Tlioy thus show that their
pretended "refoim" is nothing but a
hollow mock tn y, mid their professed
deep love for the poor laboting man is
btttn subterfuge to r.ecoru his voto.
E. U. OVERMAN,
Oltlce orer Pott Office.
Nebraska Mercantile Co.
Does a general law biisiues,
Practices in nil courts
When Dr. Jockyl nnd Mr. Hyde
Poyntor addrcasod tho dairymen ot tho
wostern states nt tho trans-Mississippi
Exposition a shot t timo since, ho was
in a very humorous mood and kept tho
delegates in nn uproar of laughter
from beginning to the oloso. lie re
viewed in a qulto oxtenslvo manner nil
tho new theories nnd Improvements in
looted into tho Belencoof butter making
from tho earliest dawn of creation
down to tho protont day, introducing
many little pleasantries about tho kick
ing cow, tho cow with a crumpled
horn and tho ono preforming tho un
exampled exploit of jumping over tho
moon but kept very shy concerning our
denr old Nobtnsku cow called "Speck."
Souator Windy V. Allen is still regu
larly maintaining his reputation as
prince of domngoguos, ami as tho cam.
palgn approaches tho oloso tho voters
of Nobraskn aro greatly impressed
with tho '.voll defined duty they nolunlly
owo tho state in electing members to
tho legislature favorablo to retiring
this colossal humbug to prlvato llfo.
Early in tho campaign while address
ing a mooting in tho southeastern part
of tho state, ho declared with veho
monco that to tho populists in congress
under his splendid leadership was duo
tho honor for "pushing" tho adminis
tration into war with Spain; and a fow
weeks later in n speech olsowhoro, ho
vililiod tho president for rushing into a
war wholly unprepared, bomonningtho
sad fato of our sol Hers, who were
abused, starved and murdered in con
sequonca of this tic necessary haste.
Ho blows both hot and cold in tho
short spaco of a day on n territorial ex
pansion, tho leading question today en
gaging tho minds ot tho American peo
ple No man can tell what a day may
ortng lortu with sonator Allon, nor
has tho faintest understanding of what
ho really moans by his public utter
ances. And tho dishonest tactics em
ployed in tho present campaign is in
strict keoping with his wholo official
caroor. Whothor in Washington ad
dressing tho senate, or reoliug off poli
tical harangue in Nebraska for re-election
ho is tho sanio blatant demagogue,
measuring overy word ho gives utter
nnco with n careful regard as to its pro
bablo symphony upon tho tympanum
of lnmontiug Jeremiahs. Our ftct
must bo guided by tho lamp of oxperi
ouco. Tho successor to Senator Allon
should bo a certain quantity, an up
holder of tho brilliant administration
of President McKinloy; ono who docs
not prico his own sottish interests
nbova tnoso of his country, and ono
who possesses a loftier nud more pa
triotic ambition than posing for ap
plause from tho grandstnnd of pessi
"Thoso uho lie will steal," shouted
Tr usurer Mescrvu in his tremendous
speech nt the Oliver theatre, and wo
need only to cast n glance ut popocra
tio figures for n verification of this
truth to the letter. They havo smash
ed both of these loadinp comtmtmls in
the decalogue to smithereens. Ncutlj
every statement of "reform" ojonomy
sent out by tho figure jugglers, on their
cards and circulars, is stumped with n
lie, nnd notable among ttiese is the
statement of Treasurer Mesetve which
says: "I have minced tho slate debt
$700,543.0!) from November 00, 1800 to
August 1, 1808." Now j on ask wli)
tho great financier li out Ketl Wlllnn
county began with November UU, in
his mighty saving career, wheu lie did
not become treasurer ui.iii .January 7,
1807? Tho answer is easy enough.
During tho mouth of December, Joe
Hartley while ho was yet trensuter,
called for 9804210.81 in outstanding
warrants and paid thorn before Meserve
succeeded him in office; Hint is, tho
call was mado in December by Hnrtloy
and ho turned over the necessary cash
to Meserve of tho ge'nenil fund to meet
tho warrants as they wero presented
during tho first part of January. This
amount of reduction of tho state's in
dobtedness, Treasurer Mescrvo has in
cluded in tbo 9700,642.09 when it jhould
bo dcduolcd from it. You seoiheso re
formers in order to mako a good show
ing of economy count everything in
sight and ropcat sovcral times if nec
essary. Mr. Portor says: "I collected
moro foes in 18 mouths than woro col
lected by all the republican secretaries
in 20 years." Then continuing along
this lino of popocratio lino of ponder
ous reasoning, Joe Hartley reduced
tho state dobt $301,215.84 in US days,
while Mr. Mcsorvo wiped out only
$309,827.10 of indebtedness in 19
And ngain, "Thoso who will Ho will
steal." 13 re th re u let us remember the
langungo of our toxt. In fourteen
counties popocratio treasurer shortages
nmount to $318,210 during tho past
eight years, and in two of theso coun
ties, Oosper nnd Hamilton, tho embezz
lers burnod tho court houses including
all tho records, adding arson to tboft
for tho purpose of covering up their
tracks, nnd rendering successful pros
ecution impossible. This is only n
partial list of shortages known to havo
occured under popocratio ruto, and if
tho total nmount in tho state embezzled
in all tho various offices by tho "holier
than thou" gaug of "reformers" was
fully ascertained it would exceed half
a million dollars. In tho strong lan
gungo of tho toxt, "Thoso who llo will
Th plaoing of a full atato ticket in
tho field by tho socialist labor party
has attracted cousldorablo attention,
nnd a study of the list of petitioners
for tills ticket now ou file in tho oillre
of secretary of state is convincing
proof that it was nominated in good
fulth and will have n following in tho
coming election much larger than
many suppose. Tho petition for nomi
nation when complattd will contain
noarly a thousand names, and n very
singular feature that has sol tho ftiblou
polltlniaus to thinking n great deal
overtimo about tho matter of Lto is,
that tho list includes many old lino
populists in Omaha, South Omaha,
Lincoln, Plattsmouth, Wahoo, Wither
and other places. A prominent popu
list in discussing tho now tiukot said
"It is tho outgrowth ot the devilish
manner in which parties professing
principles of reform have beeu manag
ed in this statu tho past few years,
Tho socialist labor tiokot is n necessity,
growing out of theso unsatisfactory
conditions, to accommodate conscien
tious reform voters who havo arisen to
thoir righteous indignation and might
of American manhood, and will no
longer submit to being tricked nnd
bartered by tho sottish, unscrupulous,
hypoo.ltlcal office holder now in
possession of our statu governmont."
threats, and Tradc-Marlct obtained and all Pat-1
cntbiuincis conducted for MODCHATt Tttn.
Oun orricc ia Opposite U. 8. patent OrricE
and we can secure patent in less timo than those
remote from Washington. ,
i Seed model, drawing or photo., With descrip
tion. We advise, if patentable or not. free of
charge. Our lee not due till patent is secured. ,
A PAMPHLET, " How to Obtain Patents," with
cost of same In the U. S. and loreljn countries'
sent tree, Address,
. PATCNT Office, WASHINGTON. D. C.
Wo nr still continuing our
Special Underselling Sale !
Como nnd sco us for your winter supplies. Wo onn save you monoy.
f7 aLav hh aVa iit
In Our Cloak
Special values in now Jack
ets, Capes nud Clonks.
Ladies' plush capes at 81.75
Ladies cloth capes ntGOc
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
City and country calls promptly an
swered day or night.
NIGHT CALLS AT OFFICE.
Office over Lindsbv's Meat Maiiket
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Special attontion to Commercial and
Mil) CLOUD, NEMIAS VA.
OleaoKt and beautifies the halt.
lromotj a laiurlant ffrowth.
Merer Falls to llutore Qray
Cunt Kalp dlfniri hilr tilUnir.
It rests with too whether 70a continue tfa.
nvr-waimna-our-cro ubdii. nw-4 vnik
ranioTas warn avairv ior tODaocu.
out nervous dutress. expels
rum tne wood, r
"Wanted: Roliablo and experi
enced salesmen to handlo a good lino
of lubricating oils and grenses on com
The Cmnton Oil Co ,
nico-w .1 faVTg
Lf M I iv B EJTftog
iffiii .m m arr' uw uoiee
. ?i I I t,i".oia. 400,000
nerraaram fania BiwLa"caaarured uur
WaM S-aTErw aawronf
makes you strona
NO-TO-B AC rroru
own drnffffllt. vh
vonchfarm. Tk Itwlth
E will, patiently, perstitentlr. On
(,1, uraallr curesi Sboxaa.tSM.
rmnted to enr, or we rerund monvr.
Boa U., Cktaara, treat, Sew lark.
J. S. EMIGH,
IK TOU WANT IT.
Ciowo g Bridge Work or Teeth Without Plates.
Ami all tho latest Improvement in detital mecn
In Oar Shoe
Wo nro selling shoes at
money saving prices. 13 0
sure and seo our now shoes.
Special values in Wrappers
at r0c, 05o, 75c and up to
In Our Dress Goods
Special values in Dress
fabrics nt I2jc to 81.00 per
Remnants of wool dross
goods at 25 porcontdiscount.
Children's underwear nt So
Special values in ladles un
derwear nt 24c, 85c and 50c.
Special values in men's un
derwear nt 25c, 880 and COo.
Seo ub for blankets, Wo
soli them nt tho right prices.
. 1 1 1 1 r 1
jL,.v.f""iii 1 r-rii
Ladies nnd men's
special value prices.
Wo have tho Ihitterick patterns. They
nro tho best.
In Our Grocery
Wo nro selling groceries nt monoy
Try tilt Hello of Noicatur flour. It
is the best.
In Our Clothing
If in want of men's or boys' cloth
ing, overcoats, etc., como nnd seo our
new lino. It will do you good.
Nebraska Mercantile - Co.
ALFRED HADELL, Manager.
The blackest orimo in the annals of
our fatato history was committed by tho
si-oatled allied foroos of reform two
years ago when they rtomipeil n high
h inded fraiidtiu,on the ballot box a
clinu tlmtjW"'vv unil lullnltely moro
ri "iDBireiien nr lnmionca
fi-' or ovou murdor.
?ew,lost lj'ut " our
In regard to raising campaign funds
tho trlplo alliance party has nlways
professed to bo very conscientious. In
f.ict, tho maragors havo frequently
denied over having any filthy luoro for
campaign purposos, savo that which
canio from voluntnry contributions, as
a sort of "conscionco gift," as it woro.
It has boon charged many times, how
over, that ovoryomployco in tho differ
ent state institutions has been com
pelled regularly each month during tho
campnlgn to hnnd over a largo portion
of his wages, no matter how small they
uo, to 1110 popocratio central com-
mittco, nnd tho truth of this has been
verified beyond n doubt. John Mc-
Crosson, of Sowimt? has boon employed
as a guard at tho state penitontiary for
a numbor of years, serving under thrco
piovlotis wardens, At tho close of
September, Mr. McCrosson signed tho
payroll as usual, his monthly wages
being $30. When ho cnllod for his pay
tho bookeopor tendered him a check
for $24.00. Ho refused to nccopt this
amount in full for tho wages duo him
and asked for tho balnnco. Tho book
keeper informed him that ho had no au
thority to pay tho rest, it boing hold
back for tho cnmpalgu fund, Mr. Mo
Crosjon appealed his enso to Warden
Lculigh, stating that ho had 11 family
to provido for out of his small wages
and ho thought it very unjust to retain
a portion of his monoy in that way
without first ascertaining whether or
not ho wits willing. Tho warden In
formed him that if ho did not like tills
stylo of doing business, tho way wits
oloar to quit. Mr. MoCrosson loft tho
same evening, but not until ho had de
manded ulid received tho remainder of
hU wages duo him, $.).-10, which War
den Leldlgh had attempted t hold
hack, llo still has in his possession tho
dit rk for 831,00 as cotroborntlng evl
donco of the hold-up. Tin sham "it
formers not only asset?, omployes, but
tnko tho monoy by foico. Since tho
caso hero citod has been mado known
it has developed that every employe in
Poland - China - Hog Sale.
At Red Cloud, Nebraska, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1898, thirty-five spring
males and gilts bred by J. MANDELBAUM, of Blue Hill. Nebr.
This offor comptisos :he tops of his 1898 breeding, only strictly llrst-olass animals will enter tho sale. The salo will contain sons and (laughter
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