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WOKEN IN TROUBLE.
Xfca Approach of Motherhood is the
Occasion of Much Anxioty to All.
Every womnn dreads tho ordcnl
through which bIio must pnsa in becom
ing a motlior. Tho pnin ami BtiHeritiK
which Is In storo for her is a pourco of
constant anxioty. fear nnd drond, to
ay nothing of tho dnngor which tho
eomlng Incldont cntnlls. Tho joyoua
' anticipations with which ho looks for
ward to baby's coming elves way to an
lodescribablo dread of tho ordeal when
he fully realizes tho critical and trying
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r. d. bbdford,
Real - Estate, - Insurance,
Agent tor thn Kqtitam.k Lifk Assuh
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OUR HORSE COMFORTS
such as Hy nets, etc, aro well worth
your attention, and will surely prove a
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study of Art. Send postal for cata
logue. HALSUYC. I VKS, Director.
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HOW THE STATES ARE.
Clnlms JMnilo by noth Rides Itetnrns Are
McIClnlcy's state Is claimed or him
by an Increased plurality over flv
yearn ago, but ul the latent hour it wai
impossible to (five the figures bccatisi
of meagre returns. Tho dctnocrati
have gained about 3,000 in Cleveland,
as much in Cincinnati and less in sotni
other cities. The republicans linvi
gained in the rural dlntrlctn.
Republicans claim Nebraska for Mc
Klnlcy, the utata ticket and legislature,
and huv that tho First, Second, Fourth
and Fifth districts will elect republican
congressmen. Tlie returns aro from
republican cities, nnd the result will
not be definitely known until the rural
districts, where tho fusion strength is
are heard from. Two or three tlayi
may be needed to determine the actual
result. Both sides claim the state.
The World-Herald nays: Returns from
sixty precincts outside of Douglas
county, well scattered over the state,
give Dryan 5,024, McKlnley 7,839. The
same precincts four years ago gave
Bryan 5,807, McKlnley 7,023.
This shows a net loss in those pre
elncts of 570, and the same percentage
of lo-s throughout tho state would
give a not loss of 8,035, reducing tlic
Bryan plurality of four years ago to
At 1:30 complete returns from fifteen
counties In the state and partial re
turns from tho others, including tho
full rote of Chicago, in Cook county,
Indicate a plurality for William Me
Klnley that will probably exceed 00,
000. Chairman Watson of the demo-
I cratic state central committee at that
hour conceded the stite to McKlnley
( by 50,000. Alschuler, democrat, may bo
elected by 10,000.
Returns so far also indicate that the
republicans have lost two, and possi
bly three congressmen in Chicago, tho
most sensational defeat being that of
William Lorlmer, one of the most
prominent members of the Cook conn-
i . .... , ., . ., .,
jf rcpuuiiumi uryuaizaviun in inc ncc
ond. Outside of Cook county the con
gressloual delegation is In doubt.
An Indianapolis dispatch says: Thir
ty proclncts out of :i,303 In Indiana
' f.1.11 f nl.-tnl.... ! (an f.... n .Lift m.H
Bt ..luiviuic.y ,ia, i.rj-nu, ,iois. j. uu
same In 1800 gave McKlnley 3,345,
liryan, 2,580, a nut republican galu of
A conservative estimate places Me
Klnley'ri plurality In Indiana at 18,000.
The republican state tlckot is elected .
The returns are very incomplete.
At 1:30 a. in. Wednesday, It Is appar
ent that Iowa Is republican by 100,000
and that a solid delegation of eleven
republican congressman will be sent to
Washington. Ilucause of the late
closing of the polls all over the state,
7 o'clock, but .VJ3 out of -.',137 precincts
In tho istato have been heard from.
These give McKlnley 290,707 and liryan
204,832, a net republican gain of twenty
ton precinct. If this ratio Is main
tained, and thcru Is little doubt It will
bo, McKlnley's plurality will be 104,
000, the largest on record In tho state.
In 1800 McKlnley's plurality In Iowa
Kcturns from one-twentieth of tho
precincts in Wisconsin, including u
few preolncts In Milwaukee, Indicate
that McKlnley's plurality of 103,013 in
1898 will be more than equalled.
The Indications are that William
McAleen democrat, is defeated in the
Third district py Henry Tiurkc, repub
lican. One of the fiercest congression
al fights In thu country was waged In
Returns from fifty cities and towns
iflvc liryan 7,t571, McKlnley 12,103. Tho
mine places in 1800: Mr van 0,100,
MeKInloy 1 1,705. This Is a republican
loss of 10 per cent and a democratic net
jrnln of 24 per cent.
The democrats elect all congressmen
In the state.
llryan's majority will be over 175,000.
I Virginia Is safe for liryan by a good
M It'll IO AN.
President McKlnley has carried Mich
igan beyond doubt. Conservative estt-
nates places his majority at 65,000.
ills majority In 1800 was 41,543.
I TUB HOMO KODTH,
I liryan will hold tho solid bouth.
Kentucky will be In the liryan column,
Maryland Is claimed by both sides.
I ItofYirA n. Iiallrtf tvna nf In n.HHAH
been predicted, had begun and one
nau dead and five seriously wounded
was the result. The dead and injured
Charles Allen, colored, sneclal den-
utv sheriff, dead.
btewnrt Harvey, white, policeman.
Tho troublo comes as the outgrowth
)f the bitter campaign in Denver and
Ihe stato, which Involved not only na
tional and state tickets, but the elec
tion of ti United States senator to suo
leed Senator Wolcott.
4 p. m. Poynter elected by 4,000
Republican state ticket cleotcd.
Douglas and Otoe counties elect solid
fusion legislative ticket.
Legislature will be fusion on joint
ballot insuring election of two fusion
United States senators.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov, 7, 1:30 p. in.
At this writing It Is too curly to ac
curately state what the result In Ne
braska is. On presidential electors
the state is still in doubt. Dietrich,
for governor is not running ns well as
was expected, and he may fall of elec
tion. In Lancaster county nn excellent
showing was made. f Not only was Mr.
McKlnley's majority almost doubled,
but the legislative ticket will run well
tip with the clcctorlnl.
At noon a large number of addition
al returns had been received. Thcso
were from widely scattered precincts
and there was not sufllclont time to
Ho far as comparisons could be made
Dietrich was not running fully up with
the vote for Hayward two years ago,
when Poynter won by 3,722. If this
continues he may be beaten. The facts
are, however, that nothing definite can
be said on thlB point.
Ilurkctt in the First and Mercar in
the Second are certainly elected for
congress, Mr. Hurkett's majority being
about 3,000. Uergo carried but one
county, Richardson, where the vote
was: Uerge 2,550, Burkett 2,443. Ho
may have a small majority in Nemaha.
Hope, republican in the Fourth, land
Morlan, republican in the Fifth are
believed to be elected by good aafo
majorities. Neville, populist, in the
Sixth may pull through, but tho re
turns from there are very meagre.
Robinson, democrat, In the Third, is
also believed to be elected.
A telephone message from republi
can headquarters at noon gave the in
formation that tho state committee
was claiming the state for McKlnley by
7,000. Poynter's election was claimed,
but no figures could be given because
of the Incompleteness of returns. Pope,
Morlan and Hays are believed to be
elected to congress.
rettlgrew Hnowad trader.
Sioux Falls, 8. D. There is no long
er any doubt that the republicans have
made a clean sweep of South Dakota.
They made gains everywhere and the
returns indicate that McKlnley has a
plurality of ten to twelve thousand.
The republican congressmen wetc
elected, as well as the entire state
ticket. The legislature will be repub
lican from thirty-five to forty-five on
joint ballot, insuring n republican to
succeed I'ettlgrcw In the United State
Odds In I'UTor or Vt-rkas.
Louisville, Ky. With eighty-seven
counties heard from and making an
allowance for republican gains oi
losses, tho situniion Indicates n ma
jority of about H.0U0 for Ycrkes foi
governor, while a conservative estl
mate pluecs It at not less tlmn .1,00).
Yerkes led McKluley all over the state
and at present the presidential race li
very close, with indications that Bryan
will carry tho state.
"a". -.-. iavfaviav -. .-.
9V77 97Wf7 7177IF
Thin, pale, atutmic girls;
need a fatty food to enrich ;
their blood, give color to
their cheeks and restore their jjj
health and strength. It is
safe to say that they nearly w
all reject fat with their food.
COD LIVER OIL
is exactly what they require;
; it not only gives them the inv
! ; portant element (cod-liver oil)
in a palatable and easily di
; gested form, but also the hypo
! ! phosphites which are so valua
! ! ble m nervous disorders that
j usually accompany an&mia. i
SCOTTS EMULSION isal
! fatty food that is more easily t
digested than any other form
! of fat. A certain amount of !
$ flesh is necessary for health.
You can get it In this way.
m ij t W
m vyg nuve nnuwn per-
sons to gain a pound a f
aay wntie taking it 9
m ?oc. nJ$i,oo, lUrutfUti. Z
ft SCOTT & BOWNE, ChmUu, Ntw York.
Lantc'i Sent la Danger.
Columbus, O. The Indies tlons ar
that John J. Lent?. Is defeated for re
election to congress by a small plural
ity. It may take tho ofllclal count to
Klchtr Thouimiiit In Ohio,
Cincinnati, O. This (Hamilton) coun.
ty complete gives McKlnley 55,428
Bryan 40,223, making McKlnley's plu
rality in the county 15,205; McKin
ley's plurality in Ohio will be aboul
seventy-live to eighty thousand. Ohio
elects fifteen republicans and six dem
ocrats to congrcs.
Hnrs and Them.
Cincinnati, O. Tho Commercial-Tribune
still claims Kentucky for McKln
ley and Yerkcs by 10,000,Tho Enquire)
claims tho state for Bryan by 8,000.
The Post credits the state to Bryan
BoIro, Idaho. Roturns today indi
cate republican gains, but not suffi
cient to overcome the fusion majority.
San Francisco. Tho indications art
that McKlnley's plurality in the atatt
will be 20,000. The republicans will
elect seven oonf rassman.
Reno, Nov. The republican ooneedt
the state to the democrat by 800.
Phoenix, Ariz The aleotlon rttulti
in the territory are still la doubt, bal
Murphy, republican, is probably elect
ed by a small majority as delegate U
Butte, Mont. Montana ia democrat
ic-fusion by a considerable majorlt
and the fuslonists will have control ol
the next legislature. W. A. Clark
whose seat in the senate was dsclarei
vacant on account of bribery, wiL1
come up for re-election.
Cincinnati, O. A Post speoial fron
Huntington says the republican ma
orlty In West Virginia is about 18,000
Tho entire republican ticket wins ii
Sentenced for Duelling.
A studeat of the university of Dor
port, Russia, haB been sentenced to lm
prlsonment for a term of two years foi
having killed a fellow studeat in I
duel a year ago. The government hw
virtually broken up the German dual
Isyotiruaiiiu wiittcn there? Where?
On our subscription books for the last
M-ar in the 10th century. It should bo.
Now N Hie time to subscribe.
It cUanwt the liver and bowels,
aids digettion. thus the system is regulated and the
body fortified to resist disease.
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Thcro is mere catarrh in this section
of tho country than all other dlscn-.es
put together, and until tho Inst Jew
years was supposed to bo incurable,
for a grcnt many years doctors pto
nottncoditnsalocaldl8eu.se, and pie
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constitutional remedies. Hall's Cat
arrh cure, manufactured by F. J,
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ly on the blood ntid mucous surfaces of
tho system. They offer ouohundnd
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Hall's family Pills aro the best.
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured In 3 day'
Morten I.. Hill of Lebanon. Iiul. rsts: "My
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recognition; had been In bed (or lx weeks and
bad eight physicians, but received no benefit
until sbc tried the Mystic Cure for.Itbcuroatlsm.
It Rave Immediate relief and she- was able to
walkabout In three days, lam sureltsavcd
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lied Cloud, Nob.
In the District Court of the Tenth Judicial
District In and for Webster county. Nebraska.
in me tnaiier oi me estate or saran u. Aiur
aiise comcton for lienrlnc on the rcnort
of DoiigIhsJ. Mrern. cuardlnn of Inn PrancUco
I and Clarence Myers, minor heirs of Sarah C.
.Miirpny. iieccnKcu or inc saioor mo undivided
two sevenths Interest In and to tho following
described tract of In ml. to wit:
HcKlnnlng at a point 4CC35 100 feet West of
tho Norlli Knst coiner or the South est quar
ter of Section Two (4.) Town One (1.) Hange
Kleven (II.) West of the flth I'. M. la Webster
county, Nebraska, thence running West 0.1 27-100
feet, thence South 4M X 100 feet, thence East
. B3 17 1' o feet: tnence North 450 36 100 feet to ihe
place of beginning, containing one acre more
- or less. In K W. i Sec. 2. Twp. 1, Hange 11,
West Cth I'. M. in W ebster County, Nebr.. in ac
cordance with lhn license of this court thereto
mado on the Otb day nf March. A. D, 1900.
Now therefore It Is ordered that all persons In
tcrested in said estate appear before mo at lied
Cloud, Nebraska, on the ltlhdayof December,
lB-O.lo shew cause If any there bo why said
sale should not be conllrmed.
Dated this 25th day of Oct. 1000.
Kn. L. Adams, Judge.
Cuanet ii Meiiciii. Attorneys.
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Coal and Cement.
It will nnkii your hmut j?l"l to ;Jt
ec our mlriinco uitler nf r
Cniiii! in mill rri) if it don't. h
R. E. MoBride, t
the (miucntraaiieof Apprndlrltlaiindinftnrutta'r n
loui III. .hould n.rer to nvlpotixl. The objection to tta.
u.ual cthrtlo remcdlr. la their contlr. mirtlan which
lnrrear cnnylpUon Inttoul of curing It. rAHKEltB
Uwr, end when niwd m StreVted, pprmuientljr remorc.
ij"iwi lumu m uie proper remear. 11 nelson tfel
M wusuiwuva. vw CM U V1.WI Ni ArugWUk
Wo can siirnish 7011 brick in
any quantity at the lowest pos
sible rate. Brick on snlo a
either of tho lumber yards.
Get Our Prices Before You
Red Cloud, Neb.
5TX .. "ft1""' "$ U"l,enlne.
In KED ot (laid B.lilll. bolt. Mtltd
villi klxrltbcs. 'fake aa other. Reruw
Uarerau Hnk.tliaUwi. aad In, It,
tl.na. Ua; .1 j.sr Drauht. r nni 4e. la
and Kellef rrLadle,"li.uw,t7 re
farm Mall. 1II.UIIO 1..nnuini.i. ai. k.
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11 ED CLOUD NEBR.
St. LOUIS anil
all points east ami
SAL1 LAKE C'T
and all pointi
TKAIXI MATS Al FOLLOWS:
Mo, 13. FaBiengtr dally for Oberlln
and 81. Kraticli branchd. Ox
ford, McCook, Denver and all
polnta wet.............. 8:25 a.ra.
No, 14. Patienger dally for St. Joe,
Kaniai City, Atcblaon. 81.
Lonli, Lincoln via Wymore
and all points east and south 9:05 a.m
No. IT. I'asBCueer. dally. Denver, all
points in Colorado, Utah and
18. I'asEcngcr, dally for sT.Joe,
nntina. iiv. aii'uibuii. at.
Lauls and nil points oast and'
No. HI. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Hustings, Grand Is
land, Mock Hills and all
points In the northwest 1:00 phi
113. Acrnmmodtitlrin.dnlly except
Sunday, Oherllu, Kansas, and
Intermediate) nations, via Ito
publican . 1 2 ;jrj p.m.
01. Freight, dally, Wymore and
.. uire nun lllluruiVUlHie
junction points 13:45 pra
No, 63. Freight, dally for Hepubllcan
Orleans, Oxford nnd all points
west .... .... 10 ;40a m
No. 60. Frelubt, dally except Sunday
No. 173. Frclsht dally to Oxford and
Intermediate points l:.T0nm
8lecilii(r. dining, and reclining chair rars.
(seats free) tin through trains. Tickets sold ani
baggage checked lo any point In the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time lablcs.maps or tickets
?" i"l,0jr addresa A. Conovcr, Agent, Red
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis. General I'atsenHer
Agent Omaha, Nebraska,
lata ana teautlrlt. tb. hab&
otoa a luxuriant M,.h
It.T.r Tails to Ueitor. Qra
r&ir ? 'if TfoiMbful OoldrT
Cam aralp dlwaMi Jt hair latUaf,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Stato of Ntbnuka, I
Webster County, f
In the County court of Webster couulr
ton! Ve?easRed!r of ",0 e"a,e ' leorueV. Rals-
Notlco Is hereby given to all pcrons havluc
claim; and demand, against George V. Ilals ou
lato of Webtter county, decensed, that the time
for III115 claims agnlnst said eMato Is six
inonths from the 2nd day of Noeml"cr 1900
All Mich persons are requested to present 1 10 1 r
claims with tho voiirlicrs to tho OonuyJi Ito
?nfr"na,,.hJ0.,.1,",.ri n,' ,"'' ?ulr.9 'ercln, on or be
fore tho Slid day of May. l'jfil ami all
claims so (lied will be heiuS before, tho sal
Judgo on tho 3rd day of Mar So n m
.clock am., and that said admin Ulrator Isal
l"wcd ono year from tho 20th day of September
fip. In which to nay the debts ami charges all
lowed against said estate and scttlo tho same
1 ---' ""i , tuuniy judge u
Daiod, Octoccr 12, 1900. .
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