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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1879)
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RED CLOUD CHIEF.
KasM "ararABrV VavarsTt
DtSMt 11 ft.
were ia seanee kit
Kalajlrot. aave amee ia(e taeir
Letter frees See wist kere to lay
a?tr til aext week.
slew 4a yam like tie leeks of year
Taa steepest Beets ami 5botia
Iowa at Lidcr'a. 2t
Tee tewaefCewlee kaa efcht new
fraaw aaiMiafs erected taie sprinjr.
DeetJeftetteeeoeatioa party, at
taa JhtUta aharaa Tkareeay eight.
IrHal law eeraiac kale, aad old
ladiee eeeeets, aaaataatly as band at
af taa Jewrae)
ealedeeae last Haaaay, oa bit rttmra
Vpna of KHiaery feeds , jatt
opeeed ap at tfir ftMhieaable Millinery
eeUkKsseeat of Mrs. M. R. Beatley.
Wa aaw several partial last Sater
day wae atidaatly basY about all tba bea
tiacabaard tbat tlay waW evidently
Way ara tba itinerant "womtn of
coBmeroe" allowed to perasabnlate the
streets of aif bta. Tba city Baatile yawns
far aaeb aa thsy.
0. C, Caae rataraad to Crawford
Co. Iowa, Jut Taaaday to attend a term
af tba District oourt. Ba will return in
abeat taa days.
Wa ackaowledge ealT from Mr.
Dafrea editor of tba Rivertoa Bagle, and
Dr. Weataa, of FranSKa eoaaiy, an
old irked of this editor.
-Mfttra. Pfrkiee and Mitchell, of
Cbieaga bare arrived and ara opeaing ap
a grocery atore ia tie ream lately occu
pied by Mr. L. E. Seell.
Tba nacb needed rain await? laat
Saturday aif bt and Sunday, moistening
tbe groand, cooling tba atmosphere and
refreabing things generally .
Mrs. Lutz bag a very large stock of
Miliiaary, purchased in New York,
Chicago, aad western Markets, first
deor north of Reed's furniture store.
A team belonging to Mr. Crouch of
Klas Creek, got loose in front of Garber's
store laat Satardsy'anoT ran away with
tba wagoa. They brought up at Sleeper's
ia the. north part of tawa, ao haras
-J. P. MUliaer of Crete Naraary alli
ed en ae last Tuesday. He is caavasa
iag thia county for the sale ef fruit and
oraaaieatal trees, and tboea wishing any
thief in that line wowld do well to girt
bias aa order.
Will Riley has returned from Hast
iaga where be baa been to pasa exami
aatiea aad be admitted to the Bar. We
aderetand that be passed a very good
azaatiaation, aad may now be daateds
aaoag oar rising young Attorneys.
Read the aew ad, in an other oalumn
af Themes k Ward, Cowles Neb. They
bare started iato business with
a deteasiaatioa to succeed, and are ta
kiag tba right steps to brias: about such
a result, by advertising their butiaess.
To tboaa of aar subscribers who are
ia arreare wa would aav, that now is the
time to pay ap, aa we bare lately been to
a heavy azpaaaa buying aew aaaterial
ate. Daat say tbat yoa caat and us,
aaadyeardaeatstethe raggadast aua
ypa-aea oa tba street.
Wa especially request those of oar
swbecrJefeafeatside of the oounty, to pay
ap their iedebtedaese- to the Chim,
aad either discontinue or pay in advanoe.
Aa wa have to prepay postage on all
paperoeeat outofthe oouaty and for
ether raaacaa, wa do aot intend . to send
sack aaJeea paid for. Ia a few daya those
waa ara ia arrears will receive aotice by
postal aad wa bopa they will five tbe
Laat Taaaday a prairie ire origiaated
aataaaanaofW. B. Jaeksea, aauth
weat of towa, and the wiad being in the
aoatb, it awept north at a furious rata,
aadaagerinf aoaaa of the dwelling in tbe
weet part af towa. Numbers of bwb
aad waeaaa turaad aat to stay its pragraas
aad by bard fgatiag tba east fiae af ire
haraiag toward toww waa tabdaad. Had
the wiad shifted to a pneat a little wast
af south, ao power aadarHeawea eoaJd
have saved Red Claud from beiakii ia
Thara is same talk of a propeeUiea
baiag submitted to tba voters of this
school diatriat to Tata boada far
the erection ef a new seheol hoaaa. To
Tit weald aaem that it waaM ba better
to pay for tba aid oaa before baikuag
Mv, bat wa bare takaa the peine togat
tba views ef a majority af tba heaviest
tas-aayera. aa tba eabjeet, aad tad that
they ara ahaaat aaaaimaaary ia fcvaf af
voting boada ta taa astoat af $5,000 aad
Mjiii; a gaod aad rabatsatial
aehaai heaaa. There are a ft w, iowavar,
waa are ia favar of aaddliag adabt of $1Q
ajOtollOOOupcwthedistrlet. This we
think would ba folly, Sre; basaaia the ro
qsireateats of tba district does aat demand
if aad aaaaadly; because the bonds for the
dd-iobtelaaaeeare aUll anpaid. Wa
hive ao doubt that those moat iate rested
wii arranca tbeatter eatisfaetoraly ta
Try Liddjs Tea at 50 cf s per lb. ana
sfaeiseJieiaetetyyeereareiera k aaa
wfll W eaerrfUr ivfaadai. it
avCMw yW MMMBi bbMb
aBweawael Mam WlaN aVwWTVf MVbbtW
eeile, level vail pies.
aa ansae taa pret-
ty taeaae at aa freed at Mr. Lata.
Wat elar ia a few days, aver ay
af Faaey Draaa Gaada. eaaaiatiaf af Roy
al Caabsjeree; Alpesaa; Mataseasa; Pac
Faacys: Maaebfafert; Brenatsl? Wash
ragtaa Faacya A. C.Caaaara; Faaay
Brilitatr, Pimirtri; Aberdetar 4a., fta.
All af which will ba said at prioaa tt
sarpriaa the Natives.
Wanted Every Maa and Weataa ia
this and adjoiaiag Counties to call ao sae
and Compare Prices andQaality of Dry
Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hate,
Caps, and Quaeaaware etc ate. with
what you have been pavieg, aad by aa
doiag you will see at a glance tbat
can save money by ealliag on see.
Aa iaepectioa of Goods and priaai
all I ask. Reepectfully
I am prepared to offer to tbe ladies,
the best bargains ia Millie- crer eCfer
ed in Webstar Ca.
H. F. Luta.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
Just waived at Mrs. M. It. Bentley's.
A correspondent writes U as fal
lows: "I was cxastffiing my fruit trees and
found a little blaek bug that bores a
small holo iato the heart of the limb just
above the bud, which kills the limb. I
am at a low to know how to stop them,
if we cannot get a remedy for this pest,
we certalniy cannet raise any epples in
(This is something new to us. some of
our readers may know somcthiag of this
insect spoken af by our correspondent,
its habits, aad posribly a remedy for the
evil, if so they will confer a favor aa oar
correspondent ty enlightening him aa the
South Guide Rock.
There is quite a large amaunt of small
grain sown, almost every one is through
sowing. D. Voller, Henry Weichtman,
and James Watt have a considerable
amount of nice hedging started. We
understand that fcmes Watt has rented
hisfartnand intends to pay special atten
tion to raising hedga plaats. Voller snd
Weichtman are farming about 250 acres
of land' tHts-year. Their herl of about
800 sheep are in splendid condition.
Mr. Stratton, has Quite a large herd of
cattle in good coadit'toQ. Mr. S. ia one
ef our most enterprising men and chock
full of business.
Ooe week ego last Saturday aa aaaaual
and unbecoming scene of excitement
took place at the United Brethren sod
church in this vicinity. It appears that
a Temperance society was organised aad
I had obtaiaed persaissioq from the trus
tee of the house to aaw a meeting in
said house at the time above referred to.
Is due time the trustee opened tbe boose
and built a fire. The temperence peo
ple were rather late in coming together
on account of this tardiness the trustee
became impatient and proceeded to put
out the lights and close the door, but just
at this moment the Yioa President
(brother of trustee) and some others made
their sjpienranaa and demtnded the use
ef the houae-, but the- trustee insisted tbat
it was now late and tbat they had batter
all return to their home at oaee aad eoa
sider the enterprise a first olass fiilore.
One word brought on another until one
of the temperance sympathisers began to
shower his "blessings" upon the religious
head of the trustee. Whieh roused his
righteons ind gnation to such a pitch as
to prompt him to saad his boy home for
bU gun, with threats of shooting the off
ending individual, but all lived over the
crisis to tell the story.
Such actions upon the part of profess
ors of Christianity or'temperencc, reflects
no credit upon "either the cau of'Chrit
tianity or Tem perence, aad wa bene ' to
hear no mora of it.
A prairie fire which did considerable
damage, broke out about 7 miles 8. E. of
Bed Cloud laat Thursday.
Thomasville Notes. :
Id. Cniar We have bad eaough
rain now to start oar wheat aad tba grass
aad wa soon will ba able to live cheap.
Someofourraraseraare dona seediog
aad ara prepariag their aora grouaeV
there baa beea a large aaaaat ef wheat
sown hare this soring.
Our Thonasvincmarohaat ia putting
ap a froat to hie atora.
Jamas Witt tblaks tba wiator weather
aad the short days bang oa pretty we,
v Frank Boria will teack w Naakolb
egaie this summer.
FredtMeodj-'a betas dial aat have the
wboopwf onaga, ba saya k waa aaaaa
Egbert Taylor aad' Joba Ebbard are
tba boas ox-drivere this viatatty.
Mr. Newaua'a steak traderis aa tba
Thia aaoel diatriat (Na. M baa beea
raaaiag aaw fear yaara with aat Disc.
baaka of any kind, till last weak,. C W.
Kaley aappaaa them with taa aeaasaary
raaotd,aa they oaa aaa tbeas today at
tba aaaaal qaarraL
NaekaUeoaaaty isanaivaoatba X.
B. bead aaaatioa.
8apk WilksM held his asoathly exam,
iaatiaa al Namea laat 1 riday aad Sataiv
day. bat ba did aat ask aay af tba aaaup
dates for cerrricatea, whether they were
ft or agaiaet beads.
r Messra. Montgomery, Atkiaaa, Simea
toa, Felmer, Barker and many others
ara taking lively interest ia working ap
tba bead aaaatiaa. whTe otaaraara work-
iaciaatasbard against it. That thay
Mr. M. R. BeatUy hereby aa
eewaese her graai opeaiag of Spriag
MissMBsty Goada, to toka alaea at bar
Mistaary aatabltehmaat aa flatarday aaxt
Laeaaa ara al iafitad to ba prsasat
jaat reectvad at
'-'Miaar Rraa. ara aaw aalfiag twelve
af light yeSaw 8agar fcr aaa del
Also eight aawdsafrfffr aaw
Votlov to Parents.
It baviag ooma to my knowledge that
quite a number af miaor ehildrea, whoso
paraats reside at or aaar Bed Cleitd. ara
ia the babit of pUyioararoaad tbe depot
graved waaa the Baitraad Company ara
ea raged ia switching aad moving ears
aftea alimbing upon tbe car while ia
enetioe, thus endangering tbe lives of the
children- Patents of the sasae are there
fare requested ta ae their bast eadeav
ora to keep their ehildrea away freta tba
depot, and thay ara hereby forbidden to
eaaaa there far ether thaa leaiaees pwr
pease. L. 8. Sags,
39t4. 8utiaa Ageat.
I deatre to commence herdiag eattle
about die Irst of May. Well prepared
to give entire satisfaction. Tana, 30ets
per saoatb, per bead. Calves gratia.
32 E. W. S. Harvey.
Heed of Farteei's Creek, Ioavale Neb. r
FOR 8 ALE. A couple of good
farms in Webstar county, dose tetown
and improved. Tetane made kaowa ew
ap plication. -
M. L. Thomas. Agent,
Bed Cloud Neb.
FOB SALE, 10.000 Golden Willow
cuttings at $1.50 per M. 100 bushels Jap
anese or mammoth Miller traaa eed 50
els. per bushel, also several large freh
milch cow. miles south west of Bed
Cloud. D. 8. Hi&YlRS,
Old papers for sale a tiie ofice at
SO cents a hanureoV tf
Just received at John G. Potter's, a
large lot of clothing of the latest styles.
Also Boots A Shoes, Hats A Cape, and
all sold down at Bed Bock prices. tf
I have for sale oa my farm five miles
wert of Bed Cloud, one MeCormiek
Self Binder, a Norman Mesaenger Stall
ion, which will be sold for cash or oa
time, well secured.
34t H. Pakhbk.
Wall Paper at th Poet office from 7
to 10 cts, per roll, white 10 to 15 eta.
daiia finish 22 i to 25 eta, tf.
Ladies and Misses'
the latest styles and
John G. Potter's.
Boots & Shoes of
nobbiest make, at
We have for eae a aumber of
most desirable farms in ibis connty.
yoa waat to buy, we can suit you,
Co5VXRsb God-ma A Co. Keep
constantly on hand the largest assort,
ment of Hard-ware goods ever bro't into
the Bepublican valley. They sell cheap
for cash, and if they have not what you
need leave yowr order aad tbey will fill it.
Call on them one door north of Garber's
and Mr. Halcomb will wait upoa you.
JTotlce tt Teecfitrs.
Notice is berby given, Tbat I will ex
amine all persons who may desire to
offer themselves a candidates for tea
chers of the primary or common schools of
Webster eovnty, nt Bed Cloud on thefirat
Saturday of each saontbat nine o'clock
a. m. aharp.
A. A. Pope, Co 8up't.
We havejuet placed on the Market
Tea Thousand acres of Land situate din
Town Two and Three i?ange Nine and
Toww Two anga Ten. On easy Terms
of Paymeat. Eight Payments with
Eight per cent interest, and at low Prices.
Some of the best tracts ever offered.
Discount of Fifteen per cent for each.
Ckw JmKmb s Btt BwMt Ntj Th.
Taken ap By S. M. Wast. Harmony
Precinct Webster Co., Nebraska, on the
21st day ef September, 1878, one red
aad white roan cow, with rod ears, past
tw years old. Appraised before me, at
$20. Unlesa the owner appears, proves
property and pays chargea and costs,
said cow will be sold according to law.
Said sale will take place at the reeideeoe
of the taker up, JvK. West. sec. 24 T.
4. R. 12, eas BKle south- af Walra P. O.
Said sale wOl take place-Saturday, May
3d at 10 o'clock a. m..af said day.
Given under my hand this 24lh day of
March A. D. 1879.
Jao. MeCaawiB, Jr.
24t5 Jatioo of the Penes.
City Express aad Draymaa
Will deliver goods to any part of the
aky with promptaees aad dispatch.
A share af the paHia. patroaaap iese
ftfjpttfii & tfahmr
Partioakr attoatiea givee teahap
werk, aad eofiaa made to erder.
gtarPaiatiag a Specialty
VERL1E3 k NOTE8,
U wecavPtew. ami an kiaas af laairiaw
A wholesale steak af Oeeae af the rsaeet
QuaKry aad aald at
fa the Public
W. T Read.
eW Seeee attewtioasjrvea:te:UaaW
takiag. RED CLOUD. - NIB.
atraaiatnt W loWassa
Dealers ia aad Maaafaetarera of Car U
Vrisses, Chaies, Switehea,
ate., aH af
Parties ia the country wantiag werk
in tkis Una may pay ia
CHARGES : : REASONABLM.
Orders atay be left at 'the mifHaery
etorea and peat aSee.
Orders by mail will receive prompt
DBT LUMBES A SPICIALTT.
TalaVBBtT II TBI HilUT
aie at uvNirHtN
R, 8. J8NIS & 68
HEP CLOUD NEB.
CITY MEAT MARK T
JBOTft ! SffKm
Hattp Caps. 4l
Rtmfy Mmdt Chikimg !
WH taw fk LtTfitt
Stock m ate VtJUy ui wl
ajwa 99 alapaawBajaBj
GIVE US A CALL. ON A ALL
THOMAS 4 WARD,
Highest Market Price
paid for country
The leading paper of
the Republican Valley,
giving all the local and
Book. & Job Printing
Office will be the most
complete in the
at we intend to make a
an2 will' guarantee
to duplicate' any bill
that caff Br had at
Give us a call-
POST OFFICE CLOTHING HOUSE.
ta edJ&ee la eat weS aesertd eteet af
CUiklaf mm CieaTsi Faml-At C2whU.
we have aa head a aeaJ ateek (
Boots, Hats. Caps. G-lovea. Slank
Books. Stationery Confection-
er ie, cigars & tobacco.
Wa ievite tea ta aafi aad eeaaaiee aar etoek and Ware prlaaa. We far.
Wa heap Ceeaetaatlj Oa Hsad A fa
IRV 6SS9S. 6R96gR!SI9 &
Shoes Glassware, Qeenswaro and
We buy our goods for CASH, and defy com-
petion. When in town give us a call.
One door south of Post Office.
XITCHELI a MORITAKT, Frofa.
We keep on hand at all times, a large and com
plete stock of" Hard-ware.
Wa also keep a supply of
Give us a call, as we feel sure we can suit you
iu quality and price
Remember the place, opposite the Chief Office,
Red Oloud. Neb.
YOUR GROCERIES $ PROVISIONS
new gwceW sTefti r
EL. E. SNELL.
NEW GOODS REOEIVED DAILY
L. E. SNELL.
RED CLOUD - JTEB
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Afi wiakiaff te Weak prairia wiU a wH aaa aara saaaaf, W
-r thm CHAMPION. 7if art ssasia awaa
Al Week ia car Sae sseee af taa Vast ajaatxaai aW imaraatieeC
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