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TfflE BED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1899.
"Could Not Ue
on Lett Side."
"For three years I suffered from
heart disease. Could not lie
on my left side, had dizzy
spells, and at times my heart
would skip beat. Physi
cians and proprietary medl
csocs failed to do me any
food, hut three bottles of
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure made
sac a healthy man
J. J, Vaitderr, Oornell, IH.
la told fcy all drug glsU on guarantee
rat bottle benefits or money back.
. Book on heart and nerve sent free,
r. MHm Medical Company, Elkhart, Intf,
F. 1, COILB,
OFPICX.IM MOON BLOCK.
Issaraice written on city and
property at lowest rates.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Surgeon B. A M. R. R. ompanjr,
mat If. S. rVasen Surgcut.
ity and country culls promptly an
swered tiny or night.
OrjriCKOVKULlNl3KT'8 Mkat Maukkt
N10IIT CALLS AT OFt-ICU.
Dr. E. A. Ckeighton,
Mtnorary Uraduato tc Silver Medalist
Western Univcrnliy, Canada.
alls Aniwxked Day and Nioiit.
moi Otm Ceoa's PniKMAcr.
J. S. EMIGH,
If TOU WAMT IT.
fctwi Bridge Wirk ir Teeth Wilkiit Phi
An4 n tkt latest Improvement In denial hmd
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Lock llox S3. (lulJo Hock, Neb.
All kinds of property bought, sold and
OVERMAN if BLACKLBDQB
XTTORNBYS - RT - LKlftZ.
Ottlce erer Pott Office.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
R. D. BEDFORD.
.Etna Fire Insuracco Company,
National ire Insurance Co.,
Gtanecticut Fire Ins. Co,,
Queen Fire Ins. Co., of America,
Now York, N. Y.
Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Harwich Union Fire Ins. Socloty,
Baaployers' Liability Assurano Corpor
ation, limited, (accident)
All Standard Companies.
Your Patronage Solicithd.
Lans and Collections.
B retime. BbrtgiitouSJ
"Without the Content of the Governed."
President McKinloy told tho people
of Minneapolis that ho expected con
gress to provide a government for thu
Filipino.. Tim next Sunday V .1,
Bryan declared that such action by
congress would be a repudiation of the
Declaration of Independence ' This
is tho lirst time," proclaims Mr. Ilrjnii,
"that nil American prtsldcntrcpudiat
ed tho people ns the source of Govern
ment," It requires sonic restraint to with
hold from Mr. iirynn tho one epithet
that ho invites by his punrilo babblings.
Tho treaty of pence which has been
ratlllcd by tho United States nnd Spain
annexed the Philippines to tho United
States. Thu president could not if be
would, annul that treaty. In his Min
ncnpolls speech ho simply accepted tho
facj. of annexation, nnd expressed his
conlldcnt belief that congrecs would
treat tho Filipinos fnirly.
Tho treaty of penco provides explic
itly that tho status of tho inhabitants of
the Philippines shall bo fixed by con
gress. On this statement of incontro
vertible facta, Mr. Bryan's objection
to the president's remark is worse than
childish, and is unworthy of any man
pretending to even high school Intelli
gence in public affairs.
Tho president's speech announcing
that the Philippines would bo treated
as Amorican territory may mark an
epoch in American history, but it is an
epoch with numerous precedents. 80
numerous are they, in fact, that tho
powor of congress to lcgislato for an
nexed territory has been beyond ques
tion for half a century. President Jef
ferson, when Louisiana was annexed,-
"wlthout the conioet of tho governed"
took immediate possession. "Without
tho consont of the governed," ho ap
pointed not-only a military governor
but a legislature of thirteen members
tolookaftor tho affairs of tho terri
tory, Tho tronty annexing Florida was
signed February 22, 1810. It was not
ralltlcd by Spain until 1821. In the
meantime, howovor, Prosidont Momoo
took possession, "without tho consont
of tho governed" yes, even in the face
of their violent protest appointed a
military governor nnd empowered n
legislature to administer niTairs until
congress provided otherwise.
When California and Now Mexico
wore Hoi.ed by our army nnd navy,
Prosidont Polk, without waiting for
nny treaty or for "tho consont of tho
governed," appointed a governor nnd
maintained a military government for
two yoars after the treaty of annex
ation was signed. Then congress took
In tho case of Texas congress waited
for no treaty, but passed a resolution
of annexation simply because tho
American people demanded it without
any regard to "the consent of the gov
erned." Mr. Bryan, if ho will read a littlo
United States history, will learn that
Mr. VanBuien, tho domocrrtlo leader
of his day, pronounced emphatically
against tho annexation of Texas, nnd
was defeated in tho convention of 1844
by Polk; that Honry Clay, leader of tho
Whig party, and presidential candi
date, pronouncod against annexation
nnd was defeated; and that, in short,
no presidential candldato who opposed
annexation was over oloctcd. These
purely political facts of history may
tlnd lodgment in Mr. Bryan's mind.
Wo doubt, however, that tho groat na
tional facta will (hid room in it, for the
simplo renson that Mr. Bryan's mind
lacks spneo to accommoduto them.
Graln-OI Grain-O I
Koiut mbor thut name when you want
u delicious, appetizing, nourishing
food drink to take tho placo of coffee.
Sold by all grocers nnd liked by all
who have used it. Grain-0 is maio of
pure grains, il aids digestion and
strengthens tho nerves. It is not a
a stimulant but a hoalth builder,
and tho children as well us tho adults
can drink it with groat bonotlt. Costs
about one-fourth as much as coffee 15c
und 25c per package. Ask your grocer
Cash Prizes for Photos.
For tho six best photographs of farm
scones along its line in Nebraska nnd
Kansas, tho Burlington route offers six
cash prizes ono of 120, one of 610,
and four of 65.00 eaoh. Photographs
of growing crops, harvesting opera
tions, feed lots, poultry, cattle, barns
and creameries are particularly da
sired. No limitations as to size or fin
ish is mado. The contest oIobos No
vember 80, 1809. J. Franois, general
passooger agent Burlington Route,
There U a Class of People
Who aro injured by tbo use of coffee,
recently there has beon placed in tho
grocery stores a now prepuratiou call-
od Grain-O, mado of puro grains, thnt
takes tho placo of coffee. Thu most
delicuto stomach receive? it without
distress, and but few can tell it from
coffee. It does not cost over ono
fourth ns much, Children may drink
it with great benelit. 15o and 25u per
package, Try it. Ask for Grain-O.
Regular examinations for persons
desiring to teach in Webster county
aro hold in thu superintendent's otlico
at Rod Cloud, the third Snturdny in
Eva J. Case, County Supt.
To Cars Cou.ttputlon Forever.
Take Oucarcls Candy Cathartic, too or tfio.
M . O. . SftU to nn, 4rugteM reload aaay.
IIIIIou8nr88. sour stomach, constipa
tion nnd all liver Ills nrc cured by
TI10 non-lrrltatlns cntlinrtlc. Price
20 rents of nil driigKlst or by mnll of
C.I. Hood A Co.. Lowell, Mnss.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S POSITION.
It is n favorif) plan of thu demo-pup-ulitt
orators and nowspnpors to assume
that Abihbam Lincoln expressed senti
ment. s which do not agree witli tho re
publican party today. Thtro Is never
nny foundation for such a theory, but
that makes no difference to tho broth
run who.10 chief aim in lifu is to "beat
thu Republicans." Recently they havu
been claiming that LIucoIu'h views
weru opposed to expansion and havu
been using his uamu to attack thu gov
ernment. It is easy to llnd out whero Abraham
Lincoln would bo at this time were ho
alive. Ho went through tho same mill
McKinloy Is now experiencing. A no
torious case was tbatuf Vallandlngham
tho demooratio nominee for governor
of Ohio during thorebollion. Valland
lngham assailed Lincoln and tho gov
ernment becausothoy wore ongagod in
"an unholy war," and because they
were trying to force a government up
on tho Southern states, "against tho
consent of tho govorncd, and contrary
to tho Declaration of Independence."
Ho was arrested, tried by courtraartial
and convicted. Tho New York demo
oratio convention denounced tho pro
cedure, and in a carefully prepared
state paper President Lincoln replied
to thoso resolutions, which woro as bit
ter against him as demo-pop resolu
tions aro against McKinloy. Lincoln
"He who dissuades one man from
volunteering or induces onoman to de
sert tho army weakens the Union cause
as muoh as one who kills a Union sol
dier in battle. Tho man who
stands by and says nothing when tho
peril of his government is discussed
can rot bo misunderstood. If not hin
dered ho is sure to help tho enemy;
much more if ho talks ambiguously
talks for his country with 'outs' and
Mfs' and 'amis.' In view of thoso se
ditious inlluoiiccs I think tho time is
not unlikely to cumn when I shall bo
blamed for having made too few nr
rcsts rather than too many.
Mr. Yallandingham avows his hostility
to tho war on tho part of thu union,
nnd his arrest was mado because he
was laboring to some effect to prevent
tho raising of troops; to oncourngo de
sertions from thonrmy, to leave tho re
bellion without nn ndequato military
force to suppress it. Must I shoot tho
simple-minded soldier boy who deserts,
while I must not touch a hair of the
wily agitator who induces him to do
sort? This is none the less injurious
when effected bv sotting a father or
brother or f rlond into a publio meeting
and there working upon his feelings
until ho is persuaded to writo to the
soldior boy that ho is fighting in a bad
cause, for a wicked administration of a
contemptiblo government, too weak to
arrest and punish him if ho shall de
sert, I think that in such n case to si
lenco the agitator and save tho boy is
not only constitutional, but withal a
From New Zealand.
Reefton, Now Zealand, Nov. 23, '0.
I am very pleased to stato that sinco
I took tho agenoy of Chamberlain's
medicines tho salo has been very largo,
mora especially of tho Cough Remedy.
In two years I havo sold moro of this
particular remedy than of nil other
makes for the previous livo years. As
to itscillcacy, I have been informed by
scores of persons of tho good tcsults
they havo received from it, nnd know
its vnluo for the use of It in my own
housohold. It is so pleasant to tako
thut wo linvo to place tho bottle be
yond thu roach of tho children. E.J.
ScANTLKnuitY. For sale by II. E.
uut in ixansas
lives a happy wife. She writes: " I
have used Mother's Prltsal before
two confinements. The last time I had
twins, and was in labor only a few min
utes. Suffered' very little." The reason
does expectant mothers so much
good is because it is an external liniment,
to be applied upon the outside, where
much of the strain comes. It helps be
cause the peres of the skin readily absorb
It, and it comes Into direct contact with
and ts absorbed by the parts involved.
Mornlag sickness is quickly banished,
and nervousness is kept completely away.
The sense ot dread and foreboding is not
experienced, even during labor itself.
Confinement is short and almost without
psln. Recovery is quick and sure. Best
of all, Mother's Prlani benefits the
unborn just as much as the expectant
mother, and when the little one comes it
will be strong, lusty and healthy.
DruggUU aaU Mother' Frlcad for SI a eottli.
Sand for our fraa book on tha subject,
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
sY iWWw m
There aro young men who will this
fall cast their first voto. Wo feol llku
urging upon them especially tho ad
vnntngo of making a right start in tho
oxerclsoof American citizenship. Don't
cast for your brat ballot ono of which
you will horenftur bo ashamed. Don't
voto n ticket this yoar which in years
to como you will npologizo for or try
to mnko people forgot.
Lookback over thu history of your
counlty nnd sco if thu party which op
posed tho vigorous prosecution of n
war was not always regarded af tor ward
as unpatriotic. Did n man over boast
thnt ho was a Tory during tho rovolu
lion? Did a voter in 1812 over hrfvo a
ehnnce to bo proud of a ballot cast in
favor of "peaco at any pricof" Did
you ever her nn old man brag of a
ballot cast against the war with Mex
ico? Ib thero a democrat in the north
today who voted for McClollan in 1864
and is proud of the fact? Hundieds of
thousands of men voted on theso lines
but thoy never dared to tell it to their
grandchildren, for the verdict of his
tory was that tho citizen whowonld
not stand up for his country in time of
war without equivocation or wavering,
Young mon don't get into this class.
Tho federalist party died beoauso it
factiously opposed the administration
during the war of 1812. Tho whig
party never recovered from its attitude
of indifference and hostility to the
Mexican war. The demooratio partv
was out of power for a generation be
cause it declared in 1864 that tbo Union
could not bo maintained and that peaco
should bo made. Tho demo-populist
party of 1800 will either dio or it will
be kept in retirement during tho pres
ent generation becauso mon will not
forgot that whon armed enemies of tho
country weio tiring on tho ling thu
dcmn-popullst clamored for peace nnd
gave aid and comfort to the enemy and
not to thu American army.
This is history and this is justice.
The patriotic spirit in thu breasts of mon
may slumbor during years of peaco,
but when it comes to a question of
their own country against another they
will never forgivo tho political pnrty
which for partisan purposes goes back
ou its own government nnd its own
Think of this, young man, and don't
voto in a way that you will ever after
ward regret and conceal
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications ns they cannot
reach tho diseated portion of tho ear.
There is only ono way to euro deafness
nnd that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed
condition of tho eustachian tubo. When
this tubo is inilumed you havo a rum
bling sound or impcrit-ct heariug, and
when it is entirely chsed deafness is
the result, and unless tho inflammation
can bo taken out and this tubo restored
to its uormal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever, nine casus outof ten
aro caused by catarrh, which is noth
ing but an inflamed coudition of the
Wo will glvo ono hundred dollars for
any eiuo of deafuess (caused by cat
ai lb,) that cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh Curo. Send for circulars, free
. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O,
Sold by druggists, 75o.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
. H. Allen of Elkhorn.'.w'iKonsln, Tells
How He Was Cured of Kidney
Elkhorn, Wis., Oct. 80th. W. H. Al
len of this plnce is tho treasurer of
Walworth county. Ho was a victim of
kidney diseaso and suffered greatly on
account of it until ho found out that
Dodd's Kldnoy pills had cured thous
ands of othors of tho same diseaso, and
he began to use them. In a letter to
the proprietors of Dodd's Kidnoy Pills
dated September 11, 1800, ho tells what
the pills did for him.
"I can conscientiously recommend
Dodd's Kidnoy Pills as being tho best
medicine I ever took for kidney troub
le, sleepless nights, and othor trouble
caused by diseased kidneys. I obtained
permanent relief from tho use of one
box, and I take them occasionally now
as I know them to be tho best medi
cine" Dodd's Kidney Fills are sold by deal
ers in medicines af 50o a box or six
boxes for 62.00. Sent on receipt of
price by the Dodds Medicine Co., Buf
m m -
Beaatr Blood Dee.
Clean blood means a clean skia. No
beauty without it. Cascarets. Candy Cathar
fc.V VMI JWUI UIMWi tt l-VU It. MMUl VJ
stirring tip the lazy liver and driving all im
.Im nt.ftM , htjs1 .nd Iaa i .1am l.
purities irom tne nooy. uegin to-oay to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
vascareia, oeauty lor ten cents. Ail urug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 100,230,600.
e a 1
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Tako Laxativo Bromo -Quinine Tab'
lets. All druggists refund money if it
fails to curo. 25c, Tho genuine has
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
a a m
Kdacato Your Bowels With Cascarets.
llSt M ftO.'axioSJ&'saSiif I
Rev, Rlppotoo was out making pasto
ral calls Monday.
Chap. Smolsor's now house is just
Tho now drug storo is being pushed
tapidly to 11 finish. - -
Mrs. Efllo Hnrvoy has returned from
her visit nt Fairmont.
Mrs, Davidson, n friend of Mrs. Ball,
linsbccn photographing the town.
Mrs. A. Walker camo homo Sunday
night from an extended visit in tho
Littlo Graco Shoror had tho misfor
tune to havo her arm broken nnd her
sliouldci thrown nut of place last Fri
day. Sho was taken to Red Cloud
whore sho will bo kept until shu has
Chns. Hunter was obliged to kill one
of his horses Monday night on account
of n barb wiro cut that was supposed
to bo all healed. The maro has been
limping and lately tho old cut broko
open again. It was finally ascertained
that recovery was impossible and poor
"Fly" was mercifully put outof her
"Bryan is all rightl" is the almost
universal verdict. Of courso thero
wore a few who didn't like tho way he
scorched the republicans, but then it
taxes all sorts ot people to mako up tbo
world and variety is tbo splco of life.
Nevertheless Bryan showed himself
to be an ablo speaker and to be dis
tinctly n man of tho people.
The Best Platter.
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound
on the affected parts Is superior to any
plaster. When troubled with a pain in
tho chest or side, or a lame baok give
it a trial. You are certain to bo more
than pleased with tho prompt relief
which it affords. Pain Balm is also a
certain curo for rheumatism. For sale
by H. E. Grico.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postofllco at Rod Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending Nov. 2d,
Goodwin, Mrs. G. E. Lowis, Mrs. R. G.
Theso lotturs will bo sent to tho duad
letter oillco Nov. 10th, if not called for
before. Whon calling for abovo plcaso
say advertised. T. C. Hackek, P. M.
"Experionco is tho best teacher."
Every testimonial in favor of Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the volco of experience
to yout nnd you may tako this medi
cine with perfect coniidenco that it
will do for you what it has dono for
Hood's Pills curo
Relief in Six Hours.
DIstrengluK kidney and bladder dlaeaact re
lieved In ilx hours by "New Great South Amerl
can Kidney Cure." It la a great snrpriae on ac
count of It exceeding promptneca In relieving
pain In bladder, kldnejf and back. In male or
femnle. Kellevei retenUon of water almost
Immediately. If you vrant quick relief and
cure tills Is the remedy. Sold by C. L. CotUng,
drugglit, Ited Cloud, Neb.
$100. Dr. E. Detchon's Antl Dicuretic
May be worth to you more than 1100 If yon
have a child who soils bedding from Incontcn
ence of water during ileep. Curea old and
young alike. It arrests the trouble at once. II.
Hold by C. L. CotUag, druggist, Ited Cloud, Neb.
Anl n living proof of what Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery will do for
weal: lungs. It makes new blood, and
blood is life to the lungs, as well as to
every other organ.
" Golden Medical Discovery " contains
neither alcohol nor narcotics. It is not a
stimulant but a strengthening medicine.
" After using about Gve bottles of Dr. Flerce'a
Golden Medical Discovery my boy seem to be
all right." writes Mr. J. W. Price, of Oxark,
Monro Co., Ohio. "lit as very bad when I
coramcuced to give him the 'Golden Medical
Discovery,' The doctor claimed lie had con
sumption, and we doctored with him uuUl he
was jjat walking. It has been ten months
since he stopped taking your medldne and he
is still In good bcalth, Wc are very thankful to
you for saving our son."
Children appreciate Dr. Pierce's Fleas
ant Pellets. They're easy to take and
do not gripe.
It rests wrtsi yea whether yea eaaUaee the
rvwvTM am u.m ir mpmcv.
. B.rroa. aw tree., espwi
Use, perUUs the bleoe. r
yoar.ewn dressUt, whi
ve.h tarnm. T&k. It with
box, SI, uuUr euresi S boxes, as U.
a-eareaiMa to tare, er we reread tnonrr.
I Oleum aaa txeuUflei th. aite,
rrouous e luxurUnt mirth.
IHever Telle to Uestore Qreyl
ltdr to lie Youthful Color.
rceip aiMM hut it
Hi ' m
9 m 1 Wl
Hklm u m aaSTklI
JBH HH mm ...
m eassBvi aaaer- Ma
"l Bl SBBBB-WUl
bVbb" sa w fat
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of tho wonderful
cures mado by Dr.
tho creat kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
It Is the great medi
cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, tho emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and Is
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Brlght's Disease, which Is the worst
form of kldnoy trouble.
Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root 13 not rec
ommended for everything but If you havekld
ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
Just the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, In hospital work, In private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful In.
every case that a special arrangement his
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried It, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book,
telling moro about Swamp-Root and how to
find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generou
offer In this paper and
send your address toi
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blng-
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and nonMofSmap-Raot.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
t fruttJ.UlllM. Bickliaorcatann at
Btmort IIy, mora qnlcklr. mora
baalUifullT. netted with BeUned
nnnM wax man mr any outr
method. DoMuaafoOMf UMiwUlba
round rorp fl .
(to DrnffiM 1sVv
In ererr booaataeld. It la eleaa,
taattltca and odorliaa air, water
and acid proot Oct a pound caka of
It with a Hit of lu many usaa
irom your anwm or groovr.
BTAIIVJUW !! CO.
"1 hare sous 14 days at a time without a
ranvement r the bowel., not being able to
inoTU them except bj mlnn hot water Injections.
Chronic conttlpallou for .even years placed me In
tulnlerrlulo condition; during that tlmo I did ev
erything 1 beard of but uorer found atir relief! such
wasmrcaio until 1 began utlug CASCAHKTt). I
now have from oue to thrto iastKe a day, and If I
was rich I would glvo 1100 CO for esch movement; li
Is such a relief." AYl.imil. UUNT.
1889 Itu.tsll St., Detroit, alios.
r wxpr wm nArti iw -
BlMMK. .!...! .&.. -.. -. H-
flood. Never Ulckeo, Weaken, orUrlpe.tOc.rOc, See,
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
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ttear. B.r f wr OrasrlM. n nad 4a. la
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I m V ftraNUMBtly Cirai
W IEUVE BESTOnER
eferema.r-.Bi. TreeUjeead $3 trial bottle
free I. ntaBW, ta7f r!.r'irt nt.m.eilf
whrn fcrlTM. ttri t Dr. hi! i. 1.U, IMltn
lmHHI.nr mMn.HIarrhSi I i.lll.tl.ra.
The Coal Period
IS NOW HEME.
Purchase now, before tho price goes up-
are at rook bottom, nnd will not go
lower thU wear. Ben
In time of heat preuurefor coldTThoM
is glittering goodness in our coal.
Clean, slow burning, grent heat giving,
makes but little ashes; thoaefore
plcnsr-e tidy poople.
Full lino of Flour and Feed onjband
W. B. ROBY,
No. I Tniuo Av. PnoNKjNo. 51
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