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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1890.
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44 Actions of the Just
The fragrance of life is
vigor and strength, neither of
which can be found in a per
son whose Mood is impure,
and whose every breath
speaks of internal troubles.
Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies,
vitalizes and enriches the
blood, gives a good appetite
and makes the weak strong.
Run Down "My husband -was run
down in health and ll iired out. Those
excellent medicines, Hood's Pills .xndS&rsA
pAtUU, built him up Agnin." Mrs. II. L.
MoTvrv, TcfwxndA, Pa.
llootl'i l'llla cure liter lltntlhn linn IrrltnlltiK niil
cauiatlln In uTtti with liiMxl'i Hri rill.
On year II 00
PUIJLISHKl) RVKKV KKIDAY
Butercd at the pom olTlco at Hod Cloud, Nob, at
ecand clan mall matter.
Local advertlliiK & cctilH vt lino or lomio.
Local AthcrtlaliiK for ciiUTtntiimvnlH, con
trrlx, nodal, etc., tilvon by clmrclicn, I'lmrltiiMo
'oldie, elc, where nil mono) a rnUctl tlioro
from are lifted wholly for church or uliarltiihlo
cloUcs, llrxt Ion lino frco and nllovorlcii
Unci 'Mi cents per line per Ixtnv,
Local udvcrtlMiiK of entertainment", concert,
rocttalt, etc., wlioro por cent In Kiveu to pro-
tcrs, 6 cent pur line per Imuc.
One column per month .. 17 (XI
Ono half column per month ............... II MJ
Oue fourth column vr month-... . . ..... 1 n
flencfal dlnplajr ailvertlalng HVi fuutM per
For JadKO of the Hupreino Court,
M. II. HKE8K,
Of Lluculu, Nobrahkn.
Kor Ui-kciiU btntc Utilverwlty.
WM. 11. KI.V,
Of AlMMYortli, Nctrimku.
i:. (i. mouii.ton,
(If Omahn, Nvlinihka.
Tor JlldKC, 10th .ludlclal District,
It. I.. KUKSTlilt,
Of Almn, Nelirami,
For Clerk of,tlic Ulatrlct Court.
Of (Kenwood Precinct.
Kor County Trcnmrcr,
C. D. UOII1NSON,
Oo lU'd Cloud City. 2d Ward.
For County Clerk,
Of Itcd Cloud l'rcclnct.
Kor County JudKC.
Of Harmony l'rcclnct.
I'cr County Superintendent,
KVA J. CASK,
lOf lied Cloud City, 2d Ward.
For County Sheriff,
Of I'lciiMint lllll l'rcclnct.
For County Coroner,
Or (ilenwood l'rcclnct,
Fr County Surveyor,
W. K. TIIOKNK,
Or (llcuwood l'rcclnct.
ForCommUoloner Ut DlMrlct,
1. II. KAI.KY,
or IMeumuit lllll l'rcclnct.
Kor Commlnslouer4lh DUtrlct,
or Ited Cloud l'rcclnct.
"Oil, wlnit clntil tho harvest bo."
Thu decade of populism is sotticthtiiK
. Sliutil liy thu iilmvu ticket straight
ami It will nil bit dec! imI.
If tlio allied olllce trust has any mom
campaigners on their list like Mrs.
Helon M. Uougar, wo wUh they would
start them out.
In another year tlio democratsjwill
probably bo able to dictate to tho pop.
ulists what otUoos they can havu for
fusing with tlioin.
What a pity tlio domo.poys didn't
think of it in tinio and solid ovor and
got Aguiunldo to holp Hrynn, Holcomb
and Uougar in thoir work of "reform,
wig" tint country.
Tlio pops couldn't got any soldiers of
tho United States inny who bolievod
in thoir doctrine to run on their ticket,
so they took u couple of soldiers fiom
the army of the Lord.
Tho popocratiu baud wagon in this
sutu has assumed the aspect of '.ho
tail end of a circus parade tho donkey
cart, and clown with his tin horn, who
makes ovoiyono laugh at his old stale
jokes and antics,
Ian Maclarou in on of Ills writings in
the North American Review, says:
"Thero is nothing that tho Uni'ul
Sthtes doos not possess, excipt pol ti
cal purity." Inn evidently has i nt
scrutinized the make-up of tho popu.
list ticket in Webster county.
Why don't tho demo-pops got some
f tho soldieis who have just returned
from tho Philippines to go out and nd
yocuu thoir cause of hauling dowm
tho Hag and bringing homo tho nrmy?
Wo havon't heard of any of tho return
ing boys saying "haul down tho ling.'
Wo hope none of our Catholic friends
will accuse us of belo ging to the A.
I. A because wo advocate their pollil.
cal doftilne this yi.nr Wo will, in fact
do all we can to itFsist in keeping the
chinch separate from the schools, It
is not a bad doctrine after all when it
means all Hun dies
Mert Adamsim, the next slioilll' of
Vcbitcr county is conducting a very
vigorous campaign, and also it very
successful one. Ho is ono of the kind
who makes friends wherever he goes,
and when once you get aciiuainted
with him you will know that some one
else is mount by the "kid sherilT,"
Two prominent candidates on tho
populist ticket are lighting the lcpiibll.
can candidate for superintendent with
an almost maniacal lreiizy even for
getting their own campaign in the hope
that their ellorts may bo successful in
defeating this candidate. Hotter tend
to their own knitting or else the sol
dier "kids" will give them nn over
A gentleman speaking of tho candi
dacy of tho two preachers dellned his
position ,in regard to them with tho
following remarks: "I have tho utmost
respect for those gentlemen in their
calling to preach tho gospel nnd as men
and as such I wish to sen them retained
in tho church to guldn tha footsteps of
thoir Hocks in tho way of tho Lord.
No man can serve two masters nnd a
minister to becomo othor than a ser
vant of tho Lord will become too world
ly nnd lose interest in his calling of
saving souls. Our school Interests are
nt present in good hands nnd wo need
no change nnd our courts do not noed
a minister to insuro just decisions."
Thoro are soma vvhotako plensuro in
referring to Mr. AdaniRon, the republi
can candidate for sherilT, as tho "kid"
sherilT. Now tho lirst timo you got in
sight of tho two candidates for shorliT
compare them, morally, physically and
Intellectually, and see for yourself
which ono comes tho nearest being a
"kid." Wo invito a comparison.
Wo reiuomber quite distinctly of
hearing a story about two years ago
to theellect that the pri-sntit county
clerk could hardly read and write.
At present theio seems to bo a desire
on the part of sonic of the demo-pops
to got even by circulating tho same
story on tho republican candidate this
year. There is not a particle tmoro
truth in it this yenr than twoyeais
ago. No county convention, would
bo foolish enough to nominate a man
for county dork' who could not read
Corp.Kobt. (. Douglas expounded
tho republican doctrine of expansion
to a good sized audience at the opera
bouse last Saturday afternoon. Al
tough Mr. Douglas is a young man ho
gave ono of tho best lectures that has
been hoard in tills city for some time.
Ho told of tlio Philippines from per
sonal experience, and not from yellow
newspaper reports. Ho gavo a clear
and concise nccouut of the expansion
of the United States from tho founding
of our government down to thu pres
ent timo. Ho also predicted the com
ing election as the end of tho present
demo-pop party, for tho reason that
they were assisting armed enemies of
our country in limes of war, fato
which has bofell every political party
that advocated such. '
The proclamation from Aguinnldo
expressing a hopo that tho democrats
may carry tho coming elections in the
United Stntes lias .set the Now York
lournnl to churning over some dis
agreeable thoughts. "Suppose," it
Miys in a warning tone to thu demo
pops, "the British in the war of 1812
had Issued a proclamation taking tl.eir
dear friends, the federalists, to their
hearts, or tho Moxicans in 1810 Lad ex
tended greetings to thoir nlTectiouato
comrades, tho whigs would not tlio
position of thosu parties have be
como rather worse than it was? No
anti-national party in tho United States
lias ever come to any othor end than
shame and ruin. As long as our re
public retaius its rigor nono over vill.
When a party can ally itself with
armed enemies of the nation and re
tain its strength tho dissolution of tho
commonwealth will have begun."
At this time of the year a newspaper
man is liable to Hud anything in his
pockets, or in his desk, from a cam
paign cigar to an infernal machine.
Our latest acquisition somewhat io
sembled 'he latter, but upon examin
ation it proved to be only a largo roll
of manuscript which someone had
brought to our sanctum. Tlio manu
script proved to bo a storyotte, written
perhaps by simo amateur who had
visions of a briphtfuturo in tho liter
ary world, or tho nightmare. How
over thu storyotto is very loadable and
contains a picture of deoptlon, mis
placed conlideticoaiid woe, and a death
bed scene that will bring tears from
inany'-tMidor hearts, and sviiinathv
from oven the hard-hearted. The
s.oiy appears on the last page of this
paper, i ho writer can have Ins mail'
uscript by calling for same and we
wish liiui success in his future elloris
Ht fitory writiug.
' A NEGLECT OF DUTY.
.How Governor Ilolromb "Settled"
t With State Treasurer Hartley, t
' . '
Tho failure of Governor Holcomb to
mako a proper settlement with State
Treasurer IJartley in 18!)3, and tho ac
ceptance of u worlhloss bond, whoreby
the state lost half a million dollars, is n
matter of record that will not soon bo
forgotten by tho people of Nebraska.
That Holcomb was to blamo for this
loss the record clearly shows, his own
Halting ami contused evidence given in
the bond trial lieing the best proof.
Tho public mind needs only to bo re
freshed. Holcomb was elected gov
ernor in tho fall of 1B0-I . Bartley had
served two yoars as treasurer and there
was a suspicion that his accounts woro
in bad slmc. Tlio governor-elect was
warned by Itosowater and others that
tho trensurer was a dofanlter and that n
very careful accounting should bo had,
to protect the state.
Ill suite of this wnrnlmr nml .u..
of tlio law, tho now governor plainly
entered into a deal with Hartley. After
ll Ioiil' nrivnrn rotiKiilrntlnti lm r.,...,..,i
a now bond upon which most of tho
mi nun iim-.uiv lu.xuuiii.iuio uonitsmeti
qualified for fabulous sums. No at
temnt was ma do to nxnmiiin Infn
real worth of tho hond.
Ono of the bondtunon wns tlio presi
dent of a bank that hold ovor $200,000
of state money. Tho bank was not a
depository and tho deposit wnH unlaw
ful. Govwnor Holcomb know this nnd
yet ho accepted this bank president ns
a bondsman, qualifying in tho sum of
1200,000 "ovor nnd abovo nil debts and
liabilities. " Tim nnblln lrtnr tl.... ...!
known now that tho deposit was unlaw-
zui, auu nun tno nonasmnu was not
worth anything like tho sum montioncd.
Tho acceptanco of tho straw bond was i
bad onongh, but tho worst part of tho I
deal was in the pretended settloment
with tho treasurer. The transcript of
Holcomb's ovidenco in tho Omaha trial
is tho best proof, and it is nccessiblo to
According to this testimony, Holcomb
first held a privato consultation with
Hartloy, anil then they entered the
treasurer's olllco, where they remained
about two hours. Tho governor says ho
looked over a ledger or somo such book in
which there wuro some accounts. Ho is
not sure what book or what accounts.
Then Bartley produced u cigar box
containing some slips of paper, repre
senting what should havo been about
$-100,000 in cash. Ho also produced
some $60,000 in cash. Tlio law required
it all to be in cash, but, according to
Holcomb's testimony, "tlio law was a
farcoanda sham." This testimony is
u matter of record. i
Tlio governor did not examine tho
slips of paper closely. Ho admitted
that ho did not know sure whether
they were genuine. Ho knew that tho
ono bank which was not a legal deposi
tory was represented in tho cigar box by
u slip calling for over $200,000. I
Tlio story of tho "sottlomein" is best
told in the exact words of tlio record.
Tho enso was heard at Omaha in Fob-1
ruary, 181)8. Governor Holcomb was
on tho stuud, and tho following extract '
is iroui pages in i io iii'3 ot tho record,
bill of exceptions:
UllOHtloil. tusk wlmt lm mm rlini..
Answtir. tftVJ.OOO or $958,000, if I re
member rightly; that Included tho money
In susnundeil banks.
Q. I understand. Thoro was about
H7.000 only in cashy
A. In thu treasury vaults; either that
O. There was about $241,000 that was
tied up In HUdiHinUod banks, was thero
A. Yes sir; I think so.
Q. That would leavo about $713,000 in
A. In thut neighborhood; I was think
ing It was about fifteen thousand; I may
nor have the exact Hures.
Q. 1 will ask you niriiln what It was ho
brought these papers that you call certifi
cates of doiMisIt out Iny
A. Well, as I remember, It w.is a little
Q Cigar box?
A. Something of that shape.
t" P1 ,,,u bufanco of this, outsltlo of
the W i, 000 ho produced none of It In cash
sir If It wns ft7,000, you may sav It innr
A. No, sir; no Idltrerent from what 1
Hero followed a fow questions ns to
what lloli-oinli had testified toon a former
occasion, nml the examination continued:
(,. Ho opened this box that was llko a
clgur box; did ho show you the.-o papers
he hndy '
A. 1 do not remember that It had'any
lfr 1A",ltln took out papers that hu
did I 1 mUl a,rtl"catts "f deposit,
.V. Ho took out mostly ccrtltlcntes of
deposit, 'ihero may havo ln-en a fow
(-i. Have you a list of these?
A. No sir.
Hero followed some questions covering
tno ,,nnto ground, and tlio examination
concluded as follows:
Q. And then ho brought out a box that
rooked llko a cigar box, from which ho
took a lot of iaporH that ho called certifi
cates of deposit, amounting from $110,000
A. 1 do not know whether ho called
thorn certificates of deposit or not: they
were certificates of deposit mostly, Thoro
may havo been sonio Imuk checks.
Q. He showed you the jMipersy
A. He showed mo tho certificates of de
posit. Q. You looked them over and took no
list of themy
A. No sir, I took no list of them.
Q. Took no memorandum of theinf
A. No, I took no memorandum of
Q. And you turned them lwck to him
and ho put them b-ick in tho clear Ikjx
and went oft with them, is that right?
A. Ho put them In tho vault
Q. Did you soo him put them In tho
A. I will not say iiosltlvolv that I did
Q. And that was the end of tho exami
nation? A. Yes, that vrns tho end of It.
Tho man who gave this weak and
halting testimony who accoptod a
worthless bond who mndo an illegal
settlement with a defaulting oftleial
who declared tho law of tho stato to be
"a farce and a sham," and by his fai'
uro to onforco it caused tho state to loso
half a million dollars, is now a candi
date for a place on tho supremo bench.
The people will not bo deceived tho
Rocond timo. Tho record is open for
their investigation. They will decide
to placo a jurist on tho bench. Tho
professional politician witli tho unsav
ory record will not bo gi'ven further op-
.fudge M. D. Keoso has'beon a resi
dent of Nebraska 23 yean. Ho is a na
tlvo of Illinois, having boon born in
Macoupin county in 1830. Ho received
a common school education and being
desirous of further culturo attended a
seminary for two years, paying his own
exjieiises. During that period ho de
veloped the spirit of indopendenco and
solf-rollanco characteristic of all men
who attain eminence. His father was
a farmer and tlio son followed the same
occupation until ho was 21 years old.
Meanwhile Mr. Recso had married and
settled down, but an nccident occurred
WHICH (llsal)led His firm fni- Iff..
Mr. Reoso then commenced tho study
of law. Shortly after tho breaking out
of tho war ho enlisted, but when ho
camo to undergo tho physical examina
tion neccHiary, much to his chagrin, ho
was rejected because of the injury re
ferred to. Ho tlion again applied hini
self to tho study of law nnd was admit
ted to practice in March, 1805. Ho
practiced in Osceola. la., until 1871,
when ho camo to Nebrnska. Ho has
lived in Plattsmouth and Wahoo and
now in Lincoln,
Judge Recso was elected a member of
tho stato constitutional convention in
1875 and assisted in framing our pres
ent constitution. In tho following year
ho was chosen for stute sonntor by tho
Republicans of his district, but he de
clined tho nomination. Iu tho fall of
1870 ho was elected district attorney of
tho then Fourth judicinl district and
was re-elected in 1878 and again in 1880,
practically without opposition.
In November, 1882, Mr. Reoso re
signed his position, lacking two months
of holding it six years. In tho fall of
1883 ho was nominated for tho position
of supremo judge and was elected, re
maiuiug on tho bouch for six years.
About six years ugo Judge Rceso was
appointed dean of tho law department
of tho Stato University of Nebraska,
which position ho still holds.
Dr. W. 13. Ely was lom TTTBostou in
1812. His parents died while ho was
quito young. Ho began tho study of
music at an early ago and taught music
in tho fomalo somjnarv at Canaudaigua,
al ., nuvuiui jreurs uiso iu mo IomaiO
seminary at Rome, Ga. Ho commenced
studying medicine at Rome, Ga.,
and entered the college of medicino at
tho University of Michigan in 1870,
graduated iu 1878, practiced medicine
in Now York until 188!), when ho re
moved to Ainswortli, Neb., where he
has resided over siuco. Dr. Ely was a
candidate for stato senator iu tho Four
teenth (lintriet in ISOtl, on tho Republi
can ticket, and cut a majority of 1,000
down to 250. Ho is considered ono of
tlio brightest and best physicians in
northwest Nobruska, having a vory
largo practico in Brown and surround
ing counties. Ho is a good citizen and
highly esteemed. byiiU.
Edmund G. MeOilton, nominee for
regent of the Stato university, was born
in Wisconsin -10 years ago. When ho
wus 13 years old his fathox moved on u
farm and from then on hi boyhood and
youth wns that of a farmer's son. Ho
intended the Stato University of Wis
consin, graduating therefrom in 1883,
and afterward the law department of
tho samo institution, from which ho
graduated iu 1885. In 18S8 ho camo to
Omaha and engaged iu the practico of
law and has practiced his profession
thero ever since, nnd has attained a
position in tho estimation of his fellow
jurists which can bo placed second to
that of but few lawyers iu the, stato.
Jii. Burden and CD. Robinson, can
didates for district clerk and county
treasurer on the republican ticket,
weie up iu these parts Tuesday. Both
of these gentlemen are known to tho
people of Webster (utility a men of
integrity; reliable, and fully qualified
for the positions to which they aspire.
in 181KJ the populist state ticket had
a plurality iu this county of 340. In
1807 the populist state ticket had a plu
rality of 143. In 1808 the populist,
ticket was eleeied by a plinalil. .f 10
At. this rate Webster county should pi
republican this year by about 105. Put
that number in your hat and f e bow
far we inis it on the ate ilekid
We offer one hundred dollars reward
tiv any cum! of catarrh that cannot bo
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F .1. Chunky & Co., Toledo, O.
We, tno iiMleiMgned, have known
F. .1 Cheney for the past fifteen years
and believe him peifeetly honorable iu
all huiuovs transactions and financial
ly able to carry out any obligations
made ly the tiim
West & Tuiux,
Wholesale Drugeisls, Toltdo, O.
Wamuno, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Diuggisis, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cur.o is taken inter
nally, acting directly on the blood nod
mucous surfaces of tlio system. Toti
monials sent free Price 75c per bot
tle. Sold by nil druggists
HaliS family Pills are the best.
Anrnno rnillng n Uolrli nnd dccrlnllnn may
qulrklr iiverum our oelm.iii fri'o wl.uilier an
ItmMitlmi Is imilmlilr pulrnti.two. CiinmiunlCA
lloijHirlctlTnmilcIenttnl. Ilumlbookon I'ateuu
lent free, (lliluni niiencr for erurltiK patenu.
1'Atenti taken tlirouuh Munn A Co. recelre
iptelal nofkr, without clinruo, lu tbe
A hfinctonmelr lllnitrtted wccklr. iJiraeit cir
culation of any nclontldo Journal. Torma. W
years four raontha, f I, Bold by all newadealcra.
Mranch ffl, D2S V BU Wiuhlniitoii, 1.
picaairt arul txiuttnti Uii Hair,
Merer ralla to Ilntore Gray
llalr to lia Youttilul ColorT
fiiun aralp diwtiit It hair Itllu.
S. S. S. GOES
Promptly Reaches tto Scsl
of all Blood Diseases :nd
Cures the Worst Cases, J'ifiSSfrSa
i.i ft I ,m8 Mml experience with
menu or troubles so obstinate nnu dll id u'lu en"W v "'"r U,0rn nr.. no ft"
to cure sl,oh real, deep-seated b ocm S d h "n9eu9 S 8 S o!Z r!nH,'e" claim
oiler such incontrovertible uvidonco of merit m ii q i,cVre8 " ld nono cnn
s a euro I 1 1 goes down to the very soat S nil l.??i i fB0t ",crelf' n on'e-lt
fuiinilMtioii of the very worst cases nnilniuti.. i..,V "" et8 at tho
not . like other remedies, dry i in lie "in Ismi n! 1 V. ! "in.fro111 th.u 8y8tt'm- ltdoe
only to break forth again S Vlolii "t'ly ' Urn erV' In?1'
trace of ta nt. and rids the system of it forever ' S t0rC0 l,t ovor
-1 I'M I W T ttt Milll...... . I e.
... . ..i.,..iiimKuiiiurv, na,, writes: "Some venrn
ago 1 was inpeu ated with poison by a nurse who 7. fected
my babe with blood taint. 1 was covered with si res . nd
ulcers f roiahea, to,foot . and in my great e.-e n y" '.'ray ed
to die. hcveral prominent physicians treated n.e. but all
to no purpose. The mercury and potns , w Icl they
gave me seemed to add fuel to the aw ul llnni. wh ch was
devouring me. I was advised by friends "vol ,,1 seen
wonderful cures made by it, to try Swift's Spec lie I i"
proved from the start, ns the medicine seemed to en direct
to t lm cause of tho trouble and force tho poison ot. Twenty
bottles cured mo completely." Swift's Specific-
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Valuable books mailed free by Swift
I Too Late
"Io put a lock em the stall when the horse is gono." That
is tint in mnro ways than one. The season of new
mown liny is her and you will soon be feeding your
horses nbw oats, siikak oats and OltEKN coitN. In
other words tho coi-lo skasun is about here. ITou can
sav your faithful animals hatirs of agony and yotrself
financinl Ios and tht troubla and oxpenso of going miles
n tlio night for a "horse doctor" by keeping on hand a
Sioux Colic AdCix:tiAx3,
I ut up three doses iu a drenching bottle sor 81.00. Cures
the various forms of colic, inllammation of tho bowels,
stoppage of in i in-, etc. iu cattle and horses. Ono dosa
gives instant relief. Ask your druggist for it If he
hasn't got it and won't got it for you write u.s at once,
ion should also have
Sioux Jifi;3s.ti'v3 Poocl,
on hand for your stock and youltry and ward oil diseases.
"A stitch in time saves nine."
i SIOUX REMEDY CO.,
J SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
At Red Cloud, Nebraska.
The Science of Healing Without Drugs.
The theory on which the Scienco of Osteopathy is founded, is that if every
part of the bony structure is in place, and the passage of tho nerves and blood
vessels is unobstructed, so that every pan of tho body is receiving its proper
nerve and blood supply, the physical body will pet form its worn correctly and
the condition known ns health results.
Un tlio other hand if any part of tlio bony structure or its muscular attach
ments become dislocated, misplaced or mallfornied, so that a nervo or blood
voscl is partially or fully olMitieted. the condition known as diseaso will ap
pear In the part which should be supplied or drained by the nerve or blood ves
"Osteopathy is the work of a skilled mechanic on the most complicated of
machines, ' '
Osteopathic treatment is scientific, requiring no faith, no drugs, no surgical
operation. It is purely a study of mechanism and function combined with a
system of scientific manipulation.
Osteopathy is applied Physiology.
DK. MARY CIIASE 1JOCKAV.ELL,
Graduate of the National School of Osteopathy.
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jIjMiioiisti-uteii its superiority over other
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