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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1877)
THE FED CLOUD CKicF
A'nticesht this CohimvM) Cents a Live
A M r!iart is building on his lots
uorth of town.
L Mure In erected a new rcs
dj a : t.r. ' to.v.j.
Niie weather for corn husking
ye-krd:iy and to day
hen you haven't anything spec
ial to doMibnr.LeiiirtheCHIKF.
"Come home papa and don't talk
tot hot: nautihiy editors, fwrifyou do
ll (V r. ill make yru Mihgrihc for tl.c
CutSK and then our Rrid, ct will do
nothing hut ra I all the week."
"How's thi-" ays one '"you have
t! e reading matter scattered all
hrouL'h t lie paper. It don't tnaKeatry
particular diffi mire thnuh on'y it hurt.
thel oksofthe paper."
Tbi b-ueis:i liillu he him lime
hut in future we will try and he more
J. . Post has completed the ad
cilir n to hs dwi-1'inv lmu-e, and when
lie trots ii i :iintd ii will he a ru w edi
tion if the Shunt .-c Twins in di.-gui.-e.
Wanted iniundmtcly, a good
g;:l to dogcnml houi-ewi-rk. Inifire
C. W. Sl'KINUKlt.
K. K Daily on the Little Hlue
.viys he has the largest barn in Adams
The, gentle zephrons'air lift? one's
hat from hi.-luad and deposits il ten
derly'caiefuliy on niarrst hou-e top.
makirg one .-igh sadly despairingly
and think of stern, relentless fate.
Several of our state paper-; made
made favi rable meiiM'tn of the eb
stei Co. exhibit at the stale fair, and a
mong other things, made sp eial note
ot A. Ii. licroe Orasa-nupper.
It is a'ways customary for Freh F-.-h
in the editorial line to relate thsir fir.-t
tiavelling experiences, amateur Bay
ard Taylirs you know, so here goes;
TUN TO HASTINGS.
We, half of us went to Hastings on
"1st. ult. We returned to Red Cloud
on. I st. inst.
The late.-t advices rr n the Ea-t-eru
war report that the Ru-i.ni ani.y
contemplates establishing winter quar-ur-in
Tiie President appointed Thurs
day Novimber liiMh as a day of
Thanksgiving and Prais;, Can n it
tome one of our clergy be induced to
give us a sermon on that day ?
If our twenty four-hour Brother
of the A .. County Herald keeps
ou 'throwing in' that minion, Ca.-e
of the Fniijh'd Kens till he pies it,
'i will l.e all Hay with hiu, for pied
minion is fe;.rful stuff to distribute.
Our enierpi "ring meiehnnt friend
L. B.nim. ha-been lepaiiing hi- store
cm' having a coat of p;.iut put on the
ii'M-Je ! hi- dwelling house. If more
of I lie Bed Cloud people would follow
hi- ixample, the appearance of the
he town would be much improved
and the painter would be happy.
.-! oos to the bolters and independ
cuts i hat have come out in this and
a.ij. uning counties, there is some
talk of an indepen lent tuilr .idj com
ing up the Republican Valley, making
Jled Cloud its western lei minus
"'Come one, come all, this rock shall
lly from its iiini base as soon as"
the ciiizei.s of Bed Cloud.
Winter called ye.-terday and left
Hsa card of the "Snow-flake' style.
The finest turkey of the btood read it
and mournfully remarked, "It's snow-u.-e
to tn hiding from a Thanksgiv
ing fate f r my travks will d -cover me
and like my European brother I will be
Servian (scrvin) Troop" roused against
1U3," anl he sadly 1 wo" ofFaJ tear
that had iolIi down his beak, while
the hens lookd on with chicken he-xrtcd
ienrai.d the ducks waddled rcuud pre
senting thtir bills tor quack medical ad-
Come in and see u when you have
time and take the Chief.
The foil wing County Officer.
L, 11. Luce, Co. Couir.
E. II. Jones, Co. Treas,
J A.TulIoy-i, Co. Clerk.
J. D. IVst, Sheriff.
J. 11. Wiileox. Co. Judge
W. K. Thome Co. Surveyor,
A. A. Pope, Co- Sul,L
It. K. Shcrcr Coronor.
The County voted aaiit rhe
bridge tax by a uiajJrity of fitiy-six,
and for Township organization by a
uiajoriiy of forty one votes.
Next week we will give an extract
froui the laws iu regard to towuship
Mr t-ilham father of Senator ,
Giihaui anivci iu town to-day.
win the nni.is'ers of B.-d cioud
j'v n fin. n n't ot Heir u-iiier.i
tions as to .-uppbiug the pu'pii?
Wc retract, what was said by Mr.
Thomas in regard to chnrue.-i for inser
tion. Aside from a personal respect for rc
linious and so-ial unties, we fee' it to
be a matter of interest to many of our
Marriage notieis alo. will be insert
ed free of char-re hereafter, excepting
of course, a piece of the cake.
An unwelcome" vi-.it or in the
shape of an earthquake shock called
oniheirood people of New England
New Y'Tk and Canada, while Ihey
were yet in their hi d. on last Sunday
iiorning- J ne suo k ueg.iu ai io
o'clock A. M. and lasted from forty
rcond- to fifteen minuets. Brlls were
Ming, glass aad .furniture brokn and
the people generally hhaken up.
The building just ?south of the
Court hou-e. owned by Cov 1'a-ber
has been undergoing re pairs" recent 'y
"Wi-ner, ibis state, and Kearney
have both hid large and disastrous
prairie liies. Hou-es, barns, stcek,
tp-es, and hay melted down like wax
before the flame-.-. Let our people
li-wate!" Central Citj Courier.
The prairies around Bel Cloud are
i .l 1 ..Moiiftlt tr nr'iCw
. eoverei wmr a oeay lomn m ,,
which, matuicd by the frost' dried hy
the winds, is -o much tinder, and a
spark ol lire let fall frrma pipe or a
liirhted match thrown carelessly away,
will em pei il tour little city. As all
are aware, the town is utterhj without
protection in the way of fre-gtardn.
With the experience of former year
bef ie us and the fate of Wisner and
Kearney etaring usiv the face, it be
hooves us iajtct. and that immediate
ly. Let some one call a meeting aid
all attend, f the purpose of deter,
mining what l-J to be done and how to
In ('ree'e.-. thev fiie a man $K for
spitting on the floor of a ehuich. and
l he rigid enforcement of the law has
driven marly all the male church
members to the inconvenient nee- s-jity
of raising one end of the cushion and
-pitting on thes-'at. Ex j
Yau don't fool the sexJon that way
in Red Cloud. He ses to it that.the
.-tat have no cushions.
"ClU'ltc II HoVK, Esq., master of
"he State Grange of Kanias. and one
oftheino-t extensive hog raiders in
the State, keeps his swine clear of
worms by feeding tin in once a week
charcoal saturated .vith turpcittino,
Chunk Howe don't live in Kansas,
tlm,..' lots of fellow in Neb. wish he
did though. AW. Herald,
The great famine in'.TndiaTyet con
tiuus, and a period of at least four
motitl swill e'a-pe before it can end.
Humanity and .cii'ization have been
vindicated in the prompt action of the
British people'to iclieve the sufferers
Everywhere balks and corporations,
churches and benevolent individuals
have given liberally. "The Mansion
House fund" alone Las ..reached the
sum of of CSS. iltU),
We note in the Herald that Mis
Mairgie Polluter, a prominent teacher
of Nuckolls Co., refused to become a
candidate, al the, Republican Co
Convent ion. 'for the office of Co. Snpt.
and now declines the nomination ten
dered by the Democratic ""Convention.
We think that if Mi- f Fullmer bad
accepted the tiomina'ion she would
have made an excellent official. Hav
ing'a personal knowledge of many 1
dy Supts., we have this to say in
their favor, that they make more effi
cicntand thorouph'workers than"Jtnen
do, as a rule, and they are not so apt to
have cotnpas-ion on the blushing
cheek and faltering tongue of artful,
The Se'ecr and Normal School
closes its Grst term next Thur-day.
The interest in the school ha- been
increasing from the start, and the
prospect for a large cla.- this winter
is very flattering. Next term begins
Mr. Bierly of Ya. favored the
Chief with a pleasant calliecently.
Mr. Pierce is conducting a very
pleasant class, in singiug over on In
"Gad" of the State .Journal, called
the other day. Call again.
Mr. Alexander, of tbe west mail
route, has our thanks for favors.
Messrs. Magncr and Stewart call
: '. lie' vera (Tnpped in the oth
er day and left a breezy letter from
Maple Grove. Read it iu another
Miss Yira Munsell is teaching her
first term of school.
Mr. Hudson, of Illinois has re
cently niovid to Red Cloud. Mr. H
is well pleased with the country and 1
has rented Wm. Jackson's i'artu io
j Pick me upjar.d tun meove
4U (duuui iOJJ Juj pJC.f usiuua tji
imo-toBf ioo poof) v joj 00"I
s.'l-'i:,llA JB !1S
J3j .'lAR.') pOOJj U iOJ sJUrfO ()C
b",iOi:qio4v 1 uti-nK
AiBUJ pOOj JOJ pJIA V s'JUOJ I
"OJI03 poo) joj juiA v srnay s
ptojq i4JJJJ0 Joj pjoib v siuo.j c
IllVIUlf) pOO J) JOJ pJfA V SJUo.) 1J
T! OOJIKf) pOOij J(J J JUA" B sUo3 J".
Pick me up and turn me ever.
TUUl'll IS UKST.
If you want to buy groceries cheap,
go to Wool) Bstos in H .stings.
They will give more for a dollai th.;n
any other house in town. Two door.
east of P. O. -2nd St. 5 Li iw
WHAT DID YOU SAY
about II. & . Atnlru-' store ? Win
it's the best place in Ha-tiugs to buy
groc rii'S and queen's ware. Be sure
and go there when you want anything
in their line. You will find them on
the west side of Hastings Avenue.
The:, always deal sqtiaiely and give
you your money's worth. ( ii liilit. )
Mehitable wa- taken sick sudden
ly tho other day and John was sent
in frantic ha-te for the Doctor. A
prescription wa- made out fir one of
tho-e bewitchiti" hats at .Mis. M II
Bentley's and Hitty i-j well She say.-
the hat is srrpassingly lovely.
One little insignificant dollar will
pay six months subscription to the
Butter is worth twenty ct. per
Ten pounds of butter will pay for
the ClllKFa year.
A Massachusetts man has opened
negotiations with the B. & M. ii. It.
in regard to buying up all of their
lands in Webster cjuntv and bring
ing out a New England colony. Come
on, friend- and welcome, but be carefu
and don't make the east tip up.
Prices R. down at .Mrs. Bent
ley's. Why d esn't Su.-an B. Aiitkony
come down to Red Cloud and deliver
a lecture? She favors all the little one
horse towns iu the country.
Don't talk to me of style, hut go
in and look at those stylish hats kept
by Mis Bent ley.
lit. E. StrrroN, M. D.
Treats Diphtheria and Infant Dis
eases successfully. He is introducing
into Nebraska, a medicine that is a re
liable cure for Diphtheria. Will leave
medicines iu Red Cloud, wih Dr.
Sherer, and in Biverton with P. A.
Williams &. Co. Dcscriptive'ctrcular.
will hi'.h ft with both of the above
name 1 gentlemen. (ii-li :Jt.)
We learn from the Sentinel that
a committee of fire, consisting of G.
W. Shcpard Tho-. Vollentine, .J. P
A. Bl ick, .J R. Mc. Donald and Jus
D. Gage, were appointed at a recent
rail-road meeting, held at Biverton t
for the purpose of consulting with ad
joining counties in regard to securing
a 1 ail road up the valley.
STOYES! STOVES! !
A carload of stoves just received at
Mitchell i: Morhart's, ol ad sizes pat
terns and styles. Coal or wood stoves
of all kind-," they will be sold at bed
rock prices. Call and see.
The average acreage of corn in
Webster county is e-tituuted at some
thing over forty bushels.
HABUEIS! HASNESS !!
For cheap harne-s, go to J. L
Miller's shop, south of the city drug
store. Team harness, from i") 00 to
$40 00. The best of stock used, and
all work warranted. 12 2t
We have made arrangements for
the reporting of the Hastings marke's
weekly, for the benefit of our subscrib
ers. LADIES FURS,
Cleaned, repaired and altered to la
test styles. Emma. P. Gieuter
Inquire at E Kellogg's" A-tf
Institute last wciik with a fair
attendance of teachers. You will find
minutes of their proceedings in anoth
BEST AND CHEAPEST.
Place to buy la lies and Mi-s'sand
children's hats at Mrs. McBride's.
Go ds all new and first class, and are
being sold it the very lowest ca.-h
prices. 14 tf
.Mrs. S. R. McBride.
Nuckolls county thinks she is in for '
a railroad forthwith but no one seems
to know 'whence it coma and whith
er it goes,' unless it aoes up
District Court is now
I am at hst compelled to call on my
friends to whom I have extended fa
vors, and patieuce, to call and settle
their accounts, as I am necessarily in
need of having my accounts settled.
Friends, accommodate me in my hour
of ne d, as I did you.
i I3tf S. Garter.
-Thayer county hat two 'official' j
All pf-r.-oiis knowing ihenrelves
indebted tn me will please call a-ul
settle the same immediately, a- I can
wait no longer.
J. G. Potter.
At Mrs Mc Bride's, Hats of the
Iatc-t style-, a's ribbons, flowers, tips,
or. aments, silks, velvets veils, ties,
collars and cuffs. I am prepared to
.-ell cheaper than cor before. Give
me a call, licsidcnec in south part
of town. 5 I'M'
Mrs. S. R. McBride.
From the Chicago Inter Oemn
we learn that Mrs. Geo. W. Dor.-ey
represented Nebraska in the Woman's
Tcmperoncc Convention recently held
in Chicago. The women of America
are making bold strides in the temper
aneu work and we aro gla 1 that we
have one in the valley who is identified
with the Nationa' Convention.
F.e; of charge sample bottle
One dose of O. C.' Colic, Cholera and
Diarrea Remedy. A sure and effect u
al rem-dy for the cure of Dysentary,
dia'rea Cholera morbus. Summer
complaint, pain in the stomach and
bowels, Chronic diarrea, bloody flux
Ac A:c. Al.-o colic in horses. One
dose will cure pain in the stomach in
'.', minuets, cholera morbus in 5 to 30
minuets, according to heverencss of
attack, one dose will cure an ordinary
attack of Dysentery or diarrea. It is
never failing in its results, and so
pleasant when reduced with -0 parts
of water that children will cry for it.
Sold and guaranteed, by C II.
Potter, Red Cloud Neb. 5 1 fim
Friends, we hereby give you a stand
ing invitation to call in and subscribe
for the. CiiiKt', the only paper in Web
ster County. If you take it fir your
selves already, send it back to some
of your frienls iu the ca-.t thut they
may know whit you and the county
ate doing. Djn't forget to come.
For sale hy Mitchell & Morhart.
These wagons are atnonir the best
that are made, and are fully warrant
ed. It will pay you go and look at
them before purehnsingelswhere.
Any ininera'ogical. geological or
any other species of logical curiosities
will bo thankful'y received at the
Our fanners and other friends will
please make a note of this, and act
unon it as occasion offers.
Chicago Store Weekly Price
We offer until further notice, the
following goods at net ca h prices.
Calicoes bess1, 1:0 yds, $1.00
1 1 eavy ex tra grey jeans S" ''" 1 ,00
Be-t towliiur, I") " l,0o
Indian head sheeting, Vets a 3ard
Knit Drawers, L'o cts.
Mitts withedf fiice, 7") cts.
Indian tan buck gloves i(Jct.s.n pair.
Wool jackets. $l,(r).
Good dre-s furnish lo cts.
Pearl Button.-, ."et a doz.
Our Goods are no shop worn goods
a wo do not handle anything but
lir-t quality having the best in styles
wc still promise the public to furni-h
the late.-t and newest iu the market,
We sell good cheapcrand furnish bet
Mark Warner, in quarrying stone
on his f.nm tthe other day, discovered
the fossil remains of a mastodon im
bedded in the solid rock.
The vertebral column w.is plainly
di-eernib'e and some of the ribs were
almost iu a perfect state.
Exposure to the air soon ciused
the skeleton tn crumble however, and
there were but tew of the venebne and
one or two ribs that were worth pre
serving The e, Mr. V. kindly pre
sented to the Normal School.
Owen & Chamberlain"- Camphor
ated Hartshorn Linament, is not a
Pattent, hut the old Volatile linament
made of the best material and by an
improved method. It needs no rec
omeud, but is' acknowledged by Phy
sicians to be old and reliably and
Horsemen fall back on it when all else
fait, and regard it as their stand by.
Sold and guaranteed by 0. II. Pot
ter, Red Cloud.
Notice to Teasers.
Notice is herby given. That I will pi.
amine all persons who may desire to
offer themselves as candidates for tea
chers of the primary orcommon schools
f Webster county, at Red Cloud on thi
first Saturday in the months of Feb.
ruary, May, August, and November.
A. A. Pope, Co. Sup't.
NegundaJan. ith 1S77.
V fG OLD n ATKD JV ATCH EM. Chp--k.V'
1 'be known ar!4. SatnpU WatcX Frmtm
OSMAoenU. Addrea. A.Ontun Co. CUam
mA C f RRsiirrx watcv ax am-
m -. CO2.
C3 S2f--r-fl iES:-3 i5 I S3 I
C. M. THUMPS OX, Froj..
Cr. 1st St. and Bur'ington Ave.,
HASTINGS - NEBRASKA.
Free Hacis to and frcsa Depots.
I Fine Sample Room in connection
with the House, for the accominoda
tion of Commercial Men.
J. C. Warnsr Prop.
RED CLOUD - X Eli HA SKA.
Stages leave this House for the
north, south, cist and wet. Leaves
for R. R. on Tuesday, Thur.-day and
Saturday of each wo k. The best sta
bling in the Republican Valley. Liv
ery rigs furni-hrd for conveying pass
engers to any point at reasonable rates.
Red Cloud Select and Nor
The winter term will commence
and continue twelve weeks, under the
instnie ion of a competent corps of
TUITION $4 00 A TKBM.
Board, from $2 SO to $0 00 per week.
fiojr" I.NSntllCTIOX (5IVKX IX VKL
For further particulars address,
Chas. W. Springer or C. Borin,
Bed Cloud Webster Co., Neb. 12 sw
Van Dyke & Sinclser.
Plasterers & Stonemasons.
We are prepared to take contracts
and do all kinds of work in our line at
reasonable prices. Satisfaction guar
anteed, and all kinds of stock and
grain taken in exchange for work.
8 Cistern work a specialty.
J. L M1LLKB, Prop.
Keeps constantly on hand a full line
of stock, such as Harne-s, Collars,
Whis. Saddles, and all other goods
usuallv kept in a first-class shop.
ALL WOUK WAR2ANTED.
4-j.tf Red Cloud, Neb.
J. J. MILLER
CARPENTKR and Bl'lLDHB.
Eel Cloud, Ue3.
Is prepared to make estimates and
take contracts for all kinds of building.
Red Cloud Drug Store.
C. II. POTTER, Prop.
Keeps the largest and best stock of
drugs, medicines, paints, and oils, to
be found in the Republican valley.
Picscripfion carefully compoun
ded, day or night.
Red Cloud Mill's!
We are prepared to do cus-
Flour Feed and
Corn Meal for Sale.
t&" Satisfaction guaranteed n
quality of flour solp. and rr.-To.M
WOEK. Farmer.- -hould be particular
to secure the best of seedwheat.
Potter & Frisbie!
RED CLOUD & SMITH CKNTKB
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican River Stage Line.
Three regular trip? a week, arriving
and departing from Red Cloud at the
same time the stage from the ratlroa
FARE VERY LOW.
-TI ? t ?TtBflr "2
LanriQ Fnr S-aio
Wc are now offering for .-ale on bet
ter terms and cheaper than ever be
fore, all lands belonging to B A M.
St. Joe A D. C. and M:dfand Pacific
Rail Road Companies in Webster and
adjoining counties. We alo have
some choice claims for sale. (Jive us
Kaley Bros. Attv's Real e-tae
Agt's Bed Cloud Neb.
v. t4 2
Dry Goods awl
K1IOTM a iu I SHOES
Hats? Caps. &
Ruidij Jlttlc Clothing !
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be undersold.
( J I V K US A CALL, OX K S: A LL
l7.j Keil :iiuda Xeb.
jylnms ounfn anhf
HASTIXlLS, AIMM.SCOI.MV. NLIL
A General Banking Business
MADE A SPECIALTY.
f)raftr on Europe bought and .-old.
Agents for several -tcati5-hip lines.
65T"Bu?ines entrusted to u- will hae
Irompt and careful attention.
(At tlte Hed Cloud Mill-;
where vcu ean get all ktnd of
HATS ,t CAPS BOOTS k SHOPS
Ac. Ac. kc kc Ac
All of which will be -oW chenp for e '.
A supply of LUMBER, lath,
SIIINGLKS, Ac, alway- on hand.
PARKS BROS., Propritors.
Thi-firm is n w prepared to turni-h tlr j nbb with BOUTd
made of the best material and at tiuies su low that tiwtu ih-mI go latf
All Kinds of Repairing Done With Neatness and
tCji-A share of the publie patronasre respectfully tolkitcd.
work fully warranted.
CiirVE US A TIUAL
and he convinced that it is to your intetot to patiouho us.
THE ONE PRICE MAN,
lms l'ciiiovt'il IoTj. !NI-Thompson
.t ('s- "11 st :u id, ( 'oi'iicr
iiiulSI. l I'.' -:t,.i L's vciiiH-.
j.ra will Iiini K KltV I'lll.M. (.wiaiiu-is iu u iir-t .l.-s t.wc.
BOOTS & SHOE-.
HATS S CAPs,
TI1K IIICIIKSTCASH I'LICI' l'Ail l')R
a'l Cnuiiiry i rmluci.
RKMKMUHR the pla.v when in IIASTINi'S.
x.H.N .M.W, al the BH'iM'ST store in town.
Ira &! M;r & il Ij. TiSccr9 lroi.
U wdtiM fspeftfufy inform the public thit w ar prpr- t
do all kinds of work in inn Ii r. -, promptly and in u ri;ii.adiLf inunncr
S8. I'Inxr reiKiirinp a pfpudty. Luui?'r U"ifMiii, I-lit .rrMtf
Wagons and l"iigi;ie.s built tn oidor, and wariantil as uuhI:i the hrw
IMJICKS KKAHONAl'l K. and SATISFACTION ;iAU TliKI.
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Ika Si.klit.k. b. L. Tin kih.
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Carrir- tl. hireestand mm-t complete Mock ofDKV LILMI'KRt43lI
xu; for Luil lintr, Iridi, and trunurtl purtHjutfr. ntw in aitr rirl in
Our -tori-or HOOK., WINDOWS. I'LLN'DS. LCILHINt. I'A
I'KIt Vc, i unojua!fd.
Owning our own timhr Iundc, ow antl jhrinirc nIJ. trnyiilw wIi
special rates on freight, trivia u- a char re ty -urwffuly MMnprU trifli
any yard in Kati;a- or Nt-brafcka. t'livc u- a cull.
Aui.t.5 rcS LQz ..-.ii T7i.-iL.i,ut
V,'H0LIA LK AND RETAIL DPIAJ ER IN
DitYfjlO O IPS, i. O TIMF.Yf.
BOOTS, and SJiOKS. II. JT.
C.lI'Sand GltOVUIZI .S.
CHEAPJ-ST bTOUE -
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SHOE SHOP !
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and lm Mini and c:d! u
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