The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, November 04, 1898, Image 4

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THJB RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRLDAY, NOV. 4, lo.
r'7
,
Family J edi cine
evere Attack of Dyspepsia Cured
by Hood's Sarsaparllla A Skin
Disease From Childhood.
"Slnco we catno to North Dakota we
have never had occasion to call physi
cian. Wo take Hood'n Harxaparllla for all
our ailment. About three years ago my
husband had tho mlstortuno to strain his
stomach by heavy lifting. This brought
on dyspepsia and he suffered very muob,
specially at night, and ho could not
sleep. Ho decided to take Hood "a Ban
parllla and after ualng two bottlaa he waa
completely cured. IIo waa atoo gratified
to find that Hood'a Sarsaparllla relieved
him of a roughness of tho akin with
whloh be had been troubled from child
hood." Mns. John AnnAM8,Pcmblna,N.D.
N. D. If you dccldo to take Hood's Bar
aparllla do not bo Induced to buy a sub
stltuto. Insist upon
VlfttjUlV AUOIOI Urwa
Hood's
Sarsa
parllla
The licit In fnct tho Ono Truo Mood Purifier.
Bold by all UtukkIsLi. sit six for 13.
.. ,, r,tt nro tasteless, mild, effeo
riOOa 8 Pi I IS thro. All druggists. 25c.
THE CHIEF
rniatsnin nr
w. l. McMillan.
One year...
BU months
.1100
50
PUULI8HBD BVKItT F1UDAY
Entered at the post office at Ited Cloud, Nob. as
isoond class mall matter.
REPUBLICAN TICKET.
STATE.
For GoTcruor,
M.
L. nATWAIlD
')t Otoo County.
For Lleuteuant Oovcraoi,
QKO, A.MOIU'Iir,
Of Osgo County.
For Secretary of State,
O. DUKAS,
Of Ballnc County.
For Auditor of Public Accounts,
T. L. MATTHEWS,
Of Uodgo County.
For Treasurer,
rKTKH MOBTEN8EN,
Of Valley County.
For Superintendent of Public Initructlon,
JOHN F. SAYLOIt,
Of Lancaster County-
For Attorney General.
N. D.JACKSON,
Of Autelopo county.
For Land Commissioner,
A. F. WILLIAMS,
or Douglas Couuty
, CONGRESSIONAL.
For Coiigrcshman rUh Dlitrlct
CA1T. C. E. ADAMS,
Of Nuckolls County.
COUNTY.
For SUto Senator, SOth District,
ISAAC BHF.PHAnDSON,
For Float Representative, 4Ath District,
CHAKLE8 K. HICKS.
For Representative.
J. B. WHITE,
For County Attorneys
RANDOLPH MO MITT.
For Commtisloner, 3d District,
J. W. HUNCH EY,
For Commissioner, Mh District,
JEROME VANCE.
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS.
Notwithstanding all that has boon
said nnd published iu regard to intelli
gently voting the Australian ballot,
thore nro still any nmotint of people
who enn not intelligently voto it, and
for tho edification of these wo this
week print a portion of tho law which
it would bo woll for ovoryono to read
and cut out and keep for future rofor
onco. Section 3, of Instructions to Voters,
found ou pago 680 of tho compiled
statutes of Nebraska, says: "The bal
lots aro proparcd as follows: If you
wish to vote a straight ticket; make a
mark in tho circlo at tho top of tho
ticRot, and your ballot will then bo
counted for every caudidato on tho
ticket under tho circlo. If you wish to
voto otherwlso than tho straight ticket,
you placo a cross with an iudelablo
ponoll, in tho square on tho right mar
gin of tho ballot opposito tho nnraouf
caou porson for whom you wish to
voto; if you wish to voto a straight
ticket with tho oxcoptlon of certain of
. (ices, placo n cross at tho head of tho
ticket which you wish to voto in tho
main, and thon placo a ciobs opposito
tho names of tho candidates you wish
to voto for on other tickets, or when
two or moro candidates aro groupod
on the ticket for tho same office, as two
or moro representatives, and the voter
wishes to voto for ono or moro on an
other tlckot or tlckots in nuy group,
tho voter must muko tho cross mark
nttor each candidate in tho group on
his owu ticket that ho wishes to voto
for, and also after the name of each
caudidato ou nuy othor ticket or tickets
grouped for tho samo offico lie wishes
to yoto for. Bo .care f ul that you do
not mark tho names of persons for
whom you do not wish to voto, Do
notmnko nny mark on the ballot, savo
. 1 .... . 1... i...)). ...in
M ttUOVO tlUOClUH, ul uiu uaiiut yiu
not bo counted. If you spoil u ballot
return it to 11 judge of the election
board and obtain from him 11 new bal
1 it; you caunot gut more than four in
all; take this to, a compartment and
mark H proa ""fty.
If you nro a republican and do not
voto 011 election day that means two
votes for tbo pop ticket. Don't stay nt
homo and thou kick if your friends are
dofoatcd.
In tho management of thoir "truth"
but oati it must bo admitted without
mental reservation that tho great popo
urntio "economists" have mado amaz
lug retrenchments.
Novonibor8 will bo a most propi
tious tlmo for tho buttcrmakors of Ne
braska to rociprocato in a substantial
way tho shabby treatment of tho "mar
gariuo" gang, and it is believed they
will do iU
Cnpt. U. K. Adams, Is tho next con
gressmnn from the 6th district, if nil
the signs speak truly. Next Tuesday
will witness n marked chaugo on tho
political checkerboard, when Capt. C.
K. Adams nnd tho entiro republican
ticket will come out with first honors.
Keep it in mind that Laud Commis
sioner Wolfo lost to tbo state $100,000
when ho cancelled tho school land
leases, every cunt of which would now
be paid under improved conditions,
consequent of bettor crops, and the
restoration to power of n republican
ndmiuslruliou.
If tho people of Nebraska beliovo in
"standing up for tho United States"
they will send a solid republican dole
gatlon to congrsss, Spain would ro
joico at tho election of Sonator Allen,
Congressman Illll Green, or any of tho
obstructionists of this state now ap
pealing to tho people for thoir votes.
Tho republicans of tho 8d and Cth
commlisioncr districts havo two staunch
and truo republicans to vote for this
year. J. W. Kunchoy in tho 8d, and
Jeromo Vanco in tho 6th. Neither of
theso men need any introduction. Thoy
aro well-known and popular autl will
put up n gnllant fight in thoir rcBpoct
ivo dlstt lets.
Delinquent tax lists throughout tno
stato this fnll do not occupy much over
half tho spaco in tho newspapers re
quired for thoir publication two years
ago, uud still Treasurer Meservc, with
this additional weighty evidence con
fronting him, cries out in his agony,
"There is no prosperity, and n delin
quent tax-list is worthless."
Tho steady refusal of tho popocratic
administration of this Btato to givo any
credit to good crops nnd tho return of
republican prosperity, in footing up
tho grand totals thoy claim to havo
"made" and "saved" to tho tax-payers
of Nebraska, calls to mind most fore
ibly a selfish, unprincipled class of
people in tho world who "steal tho liv
ery of heaven to servo tho dovil in."
C. E. Hicks of Bladen is not making
a blustering "I-know-it-all" campaign
for Float Representative, but on tho
contrary, his gentlemanly remarks and
appearanco aro winning him votes
wherever ho goos. As a reprosontatlvo
of tho republican pnrty Mr. Hicks will
bo found at Lincoln dttriug tho noxt
session of tho legislature ably taking
care of tho interests of tho 40th district.
Foynter has pledged himself to both
the liquor dealers and tho prohibition
ists. IIo is standing with ono foot ou
tho pump hnndlo uud tho other ou tho
brewery. This is seemingly n difficult
feat, but a slippery supple little fellow
liko Toyutor pel forms it with enso uud
elegance, Can tho people trust this
doublo dealer? The chances are that
ho would betray both theso interests or
any other to which ho is pledged, if
given an opportunity.
The Nation makes a terrilio howl bo
cause tho republican spoakcrs havo
exposed tho bogus "roform" party's
"fake" circulars. It was when tho
American gunmrs put a shell straight
thtough their vital parts that tho Span
iards howled. Woslncoroly trust thnt
you will look up this "reform" hero at
home, referred to elsewhere What
you discover may not please you but
reform, liko charity, should bogin at
homo.
Our populist contemporary says that
"J. L. Urandstaff is making a tour of
tho oounty getting bettor acquainted
with tho voters." This means that J.
S. Whito will bo our next repiosonta
live. Tho moro pooplo hear of Grand
staff's brilllant(T) record, tho larger Mr.
Whlto's majority will bo. As a repre
sentative of tho pooplo, Mr. Whlto will
alwnys bo found looking after their In
toresU. A voto for Wulto is a dcolnra
tion tor honest principles.
Many Instances havo occured in tbo
past thirty days whereby this county
tins suffered the loss of sovoral hundred
dollars in uot having a county attorney
where ho should be, at tho county scat,
Tho present county attorney lives nt
llluo Hill and ho comes to tho count
seat as often as his salary falls duo to
get his money. Ho has not even a
deputy hero. If any of tho county
officers want ndvico, thoy can spend
three or four days in correspondence,
or they can go lo a local attorney and
pay $10 to $25 for t.dvioo, noeossary
papers, etc , while onr couuty attor
ney (?) jogs 011 the even teuor of his
way and confes down regular for his
salury. This is pop "economy" with a
vongenuuo, However, tho couuty pays
the freight after each taxpayer puU
YOU - ARE - CORDIALLY - JNVITED
TO BECOME E MEMBER OF THE
HOME HEALTH CLUB.
(Cut this out and send it with ono dollar to tho Inter-Ocean Publishing Com
pany, Chicago, Illinois.)
THE INTER OOEAN PUD. GO.
I hereby accept the invitation to become a member of the Homo
Health Club and I enclose hcravith one dollar td pay for one year's sub
scription to the Weekly Inttr-Oceart, which', I understand, entitles me to a
life tnembership, a record number, arid a copy 6J Votumn t of the' tome
Health Club books (price 01.00) free of charge. '"
Name .,.:,
Town or City
Street No.
Stale
...i........,.......
Ono of tho most practical nnd beneficial courses of study ever offered te
Uiroadoro by any now? paper. Not only nro Ihero n series of practical lessons
in mo paper eacn wook, out. uiu nuoncnuer 1.1 presomou, iroo 01 oxponse, with a
bonutiful cloth bound b ink, worth ono dollar, 'tesldcs a life membership in the
great club. SubscrM ut noo and get the gre ! lessons now being published.
up his pro ratio and of coursu tho tax
payers don't mind n few nioro dollars
etch year in order to lot theso "roform
ors" roform things to suit themselves.
The populist enndidato npponls plain
tively to you to "give mo just ouo nioro
term nnd I'll roform these reform."
Ho has boon doing thnt for two years
now. IIo likes theso reforms. On tho
other band is ono of tho brightest at
torneys in tho valloy who is a caudidato
on tho republican ticket for this office.
A man who ie eminently qualified for
tho position; n man located in tho
county soat whoro ho can always bo
consulted in legal matters. Whatever
may be your political faith, you will
advanco tho county's intcrosts 100 per
cent by marking your ballot with an X
opposito tho nnmo of Randolph McNitt
for county nttornoy.
Nothing moro clearly portrays tho
dishonesty of tho boastful triplo alii
anco party of "roform" than Iu swift
changes from ono thing to another, in
its despcrnto straits to find that which
will take hold of and most effectually
fool tho people. It is u party without
a principlo nnd without an issue Its
iiopo of success at tho polls November
8, lies in the hope of its ability to do
coivo. At tho oponing of tho campaign
tho managers nltcmpted to bewilder
tho inhabitants of tho commonwealth
with 11 galaxy of false figures on popo
cratic economy; with variations of 10
to 1, but J udgo Hay ward's speech and
the nowspapora soon had them explain
ing their preposterous claims and tho
pooplo soon lost all interest iri it. They
abandoned thoso forlorn hopes and
turned their undivided attention for a
short timo to tho sick soldier, filling
their nowspapers, and speeches with
falsohood and deceptious sentimental
ism until reason and dooenoy revolted
against this. Thon a shift was made to
an open attacK ou President McKiuley
nnd tho administration, but tho patriot
ic pcoplo soon laughed them out of
countonanco nnd off tho platform, and
now In tho Inst stago of hysteria, tho
party without nn issuo is striking vio
luntly into spaco at an imaginary shad
owy something far away, which thoy
call tho McCleary curronoy bill, which
has noithor substnnco nor reality, but
which they promiso will bo tho crown
ing disaster of tho lOlb century if tho
voters of Nebraska fail to elect tho pop
ocratic ticket.
A STARTLING ADMISSION.
In his speech, Treasurer Mesorvo says
thatBartUy turned over to him in
available funds, $708,8a3.C2, besides
that tlod up In burstod banks, nnd "I
got, nftor Bartloy wont out of offico,
$158,000 and some odd dollars of school
money, which makes $802,053.75. This
is exactly how the treasury stood."
Ihero aro somo curious things in con
nection with this. Tho fusion circulars
sny tho treasury was empty nnd tho
speakers repent tho statomont. Mes
orvo says ho got $153,000 of tho Bartloy
money after Bartloy woht out of offico,
but bo does not deduct thnt from tho
amount charged as "republican steal
ings." And when ho found that Bart
loy had stolon the $180,101 warrant ho
marked it on his b oks as "reductiou
of the stato dobt" and so couuts it in
bis campaign circluars. It is a suspi
cious method of book-kcoplng and cam
paigning that can bo detected by nny
porson who will examine tho records.
Tho Meserve speech also makes pub
lic another fact that was generally sus
pected: That Bartloy wns rapidly pay
lug in tho amount duo after lie wout
out of offico and that ho had collected
nnd handed over $163,000 boforo politi
cal clamor brought about his arrest and
shut off tho payments.
CHAS. E. HICKS..
Cundidato for float ropresentative of
tho 40th dlstt iot is a rosidont of the
town of Bladen, Wobster county, and
one of its enterprising btuiness uion.
Mr. Hicks is n shroud, careful 11c.hu
cier and a successful business man
whoso integrity buutires him tho en
dorsement of his fu)lowcitizuu8 regard
less of political preference.
Mi. Hicks wns bom in tho Old Key
stone State, May 3, 1853. Ho emigrat
ed with Ills parents to Ashton, Illinois,
where hu was reared and received his
education. Hu 1ms been indeutilUd
with tho republican party slnco his
first vote was east for the mat tyred
Garfield.
In October, 1670 hu with his family
...JI&.A&....
emigrated to this stato, unloading his
goods at Guldo Rock, freighted them
ncios3 tho country to his present homo.
Mr. Hicks tins taken nn activo part in
tho municipal affairs of his county and
township and has boon n stalwart sup
porter of tho excellent system of frco
schools of which tho people of Neb
raska nro so proud. Ho is also a promi
nent member of tho A. O. U. W. lodgo,
Mr. Hicks enjoys tho confidence nnd
respect of tho entiro population of
Bladen nnd Wobster county. While
affable and kind to all Mr. Hicks is a
strict businoss disciplinarian and is un
swerving iu his lo ally to any public
trust roposed in him. Reared by
Christian parenU ho early imbibed a
spirit of ruvoronco for tho Great Ruler
who shapes the dostinios of nations and
individuals.
Mr. Hicks is a man in whom the poo
plo of this district may safoly reposo
their confidence Feeling nssured that
tho questions which may como boforo
him as a representative of tho pooplo
will bo considered in the light of truth
nnd justico.
Should ho bo elected tho peoplo will
havo tho assurance of a faithful pains
taking, Uod-fcnring scrvlco.
Dr. Miles9 Heart Cure
Cures a Prominent Attorney.
M'
It. It. O. l'nELl'S, tho leading pension
attorney of Ilelfiist, N. Y., writes:
I van discharged from tho army on
account of Ul health, nnd sulTorcd from
heart troublo ever since I frequently had
fainting and smothering spoils,' My form
was bent as a man of 80. I constantly woro
an overcoat, even In summer, for fear of
taking cold. I could not attend to my busi
ness. My rest was broken by sovcro pains
about tho heart and loft shoulder. Thrco
years ago I commenced using Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure, notwithstanding I had used no
much patent mcdlcluo uud taken drugs from
doctors for years without being helped. Dr.
Miles' Heart Cure restored mo to health. It
Is truly a wonderful mcdlclno nnd It affords
mo much ploasuro to icuommcnd this rem
edy to ovoryono."
Dr. Miles' Remedies
aro sold by all 'drug
glsU under a positive
guarantee, first bottlo
benefits or money re
funded. Hook on dis
eases of tho heart and
nerves frpe. Address,
DH. MILES MEr'f ALCO., Elkhart. Ind.
B. U. OVERMAN,
RTTORNBY - 3CT - LHUtf.
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Practices iu all courts
Chimney brick,
Cistern brick,
AND
Foundation
Brick.
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