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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1881)
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Groceries, Tofciccos, Cigars
Wwkecpea kaaa m fas' a ltsreorgiwtilsiasd
tatMM UNlkl ! IB tko Xalle?,
Iiretii eeaaeetlaa with tke ats-re. wkere a
apply ef freak aas rie are
alwaya kept oa kaaa.
Oar fedllUe for kaadlia tfck daaa of roods
r tha'fcaet la Uwl Give at a eU, at
Meeker'! old ataad.
M J .OVERLEES.
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. FUTKAlt, Prop.
Cora.Maal.BraB Ckoppad Feed and
Visit tke It ed Cload Grecery. Feed aad Pre-
if ion store when 70a wat (applies for maa or
HirhMtmarkat nrica is cash naln Tor errata
III kiods ofeountrr product taken n exchange
:?iie south a( Kctd'a Plow ctorjr.
Moon i Callender,
Bcta A Slices
HATS AND GAPS.
HARDWARE & HARNESS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
. fall line of even-thing kept in a gen
eral store, nt the lowest cash prices.
Moon & Callender.
COWLES, - NEBRASKA.
Proprietor of tho
City Drug Store.
A full supply of
LAMPS, LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
COMES BRUSHES &C.
Patrosage solicited aad thankfully received.
SaTPratcriptions carefully compoasdedBa
One door south of Garber's store,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
R. L. TINKER,
(Successor to O. A. Brown-)
Cofiaa alwayt oa kaad and trimaed on eliort
Botiee. Prioe M low ns any in the alley.
Beaakiaf ef all kind dose promptly and
Burial Robes furnished at reasonable
- - NEB.
J. L. LVSILLER;
'Kecfe eaaetaaUy ea kaad a fall List at
HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLES,
WHIPS, COMBS, BRUSHES,
" , HARNESS OIL,
Ad everything usually kepi in a first-i-
" cUss shop.
,- TWO .DOOM XOKTH OF TWC U5aV
lNihMt Cms M Mt Jsr H1m
P - aaa ito.
DRY LUMBER ASPECIALTY;
BIT IV Til
, R. V If KTla TaWe
Takla Veet Saaaer. OeC 17. 18K.
Xaitward Faeeearer lea M a. fa.
arrirn .7 J6p.au
FreUkt leaves S:S.a.
Waatwaxd Aeeom )tm .
Eastward Aeeosa. Iteree -
Trains dally except Sunday.
O.W.HaLnaiDca, A. K. Tovxalis.
SaparlatcedeBt. Garni. Maaacar.
Miner Bros, sell Superior flour.
Roby has plenty of Kerosino oil.
Choice, early, seed Potatoes at
Live hogs are worth $4.25 in this
Roby's store is head-quarters for Gilt
Roby has received Garden Seeds in
bulk and in papers.
Go to John Cu Potter's if you want
goods at bed rock prices.
The famous Havana Cherootc can
be had at Roby's, 5 for 10 eta.
Mr. Henry Waller of Cowles, has
become a subscriber to the Chief.
The Kirby has changed hands, Mr.
Jacob Wiggins is the new proprietor.
Full assortment of Garden and Field
Seeds, at Perkins & Mitchell's.
A small cyclone visited the eastern
part of Smith county, Kansas, recently.
Fresh Virginia Peanuts, for seed, at
Perkins & Mitchell's.
We acknowledge receipt of cata
logue of Tabor, Iowa, College, for
Dr. Kendall's "horse books" for salo
at the Chief office at 25 cents
Mr. Simons has moved his cows,
milk wagon &.c, to tho "north side of
The good at J. G. Potter's aro all
fresh and new, and are selling at bot
Flour Exchange, Standard Brands,
good as tho best, and fully warranted.
Call at Perkins & Mitchell's.
The roods are said to be in a very
bad condition worse than was ever
known in this country before.
All kinds of staple and fancy grocer
ies at tho old stand.
Perkins & Mitchell's.
John Waller, who recently made a
trip to Washington Territory, sub
scribed for the Chief again last Tues
day. The Rev. Geo. O. Yciser will preach
next Sabbath morning and evening at
the Congregational church in this
Potatoes, Butter and Eggs, always
on hand and more wanted, at
Perkins & Mitchell's.
Mrs. N. B. Holyoke will return and
give her second lecture on Wednesday
evening March 23 at Congregational
Those who have seed wheat for sale
would find it a profitable investment
to put an advertisment of a few lines
in the Chief.
"Uncle. Jack" Rennecker has again
became a citizen of Red Cloud.
Hc.will start with his wife to Arkan
sas in about a month.
Henry Cook, the popular druggist,
started east last Monday to see his
wife and babies. He will bring his
family with him on his return.
The ferry is inadequate to meet the
demands made upon it Last Monday
it was said that fifty teams were in
waiting on the river bank at one
J. G. Potter has just received a large
stock of Boots fc Shoes, dry goods c,
which the public are invited to
inspect. Prices as low as tho lowest.
Tho Guide Rock New$ and the Web
ster County Argu look enough alike
to be twins the same reading matter
may bo found in each of them from
week to week.
Fred Stuart left the country very
suddenly last Tuesday morning, not
stopping to bid his friends good bye.
He left several letters, however, ad
dressed to the principal mourners
The fear of being lynched will never
deter us from performing our duty as
a publisher. therefore.our readers will
find Prof. Tice'a weather predictions
for April in another column of this
issue of the Chief,
Wearoglad to note the fact that
John G. Potter has just received a
large and well selected stock of goods,
such as the people need;, and would
say to one and all, give him a call
when you come to town.
Plant forest and evergreen trees on
your premises; it will beautify your
home, make life pleasanter, and when
the property is sold, finally, at sheriff's
sale, bidding will be livelier and your
creditors will realise more from it.
Mr. Kaley informs us that the bill, the
object of which was to provide seed
wheat for the destitute settlers in Ne-
braska, passed the house and was kill
ed in the senate by the howlers who
pretended to believe that it was un
constitutional. Mr. John Boeech, our genial Ger
man friend from Amboy, called last
Saturday and aided us financialy. He
is not a woman's lighter and thinks
that the agitation of that qneetion will
yet drive him from Nebraska Don't
let it do it, John.
George Wilson, a worthless scamp of
Grand Island, lost bis wife" recently
ad beisg poor and ahiftka sold her
body; to the. attandlr physician for
owi t oorar the expenaas f her
ktcknea ajuTbwrial, Md akiwed oat
jl.H" HS- C
Sy UBv JPKHI
eowtairiaw the miinm ai
Hosr G. H. Gar wWiversei before the
Ptcm Association in 18B0, aad ako Mr.
E.M. CarreU'a poem read before the
Press Association at Lincoln at tawstr
last meeting. Copies can be Tied by
addressing M. A. Brown, Beatrice,
Those who may feel inclined to
grumble at the scarcity of news in this
issue are reminded that an editor is
liable to get sick once in a while, as
well as common mortals, and while
soaking his feet in hot water, and
taking nasty medicine he is not in the
best of trim for writing newspaper ar
ticles. Well, that's what ails us; like
the monkey and the parrot, we've had
a helof a time the last week.
We invite our lady reading to dis
cuss tho subject of woman's suffrage
through the columns of the Chief. We
will only ask that they make their ar
ticles on the subject reasonably 'short,
say a half colnmn, and refrain from
abuse, which of course they will do.
This important subject will soon be
brought squarely before the people,
and we deem it but just that the wom
en should be heard, hence this offer.
Will "Betsey" of Inavale, please
rise and address the meeting.
MARRIED. At the residence of Geo.
W. Ball, in Red Cloud Neb., on
March 7th 1881, by Abram Kaley,
J. P., Allen W. Carpenter to Miss
Maggie Saladcn, all of Ambo)', Web
ster county Neb.
MARRIED. At the residence of the
bride's father near Guide Rock, on
the 20th of March 1881; by the Rev.
Geo. O. Yeiser, Mr. Frank Bailey
and Miss Mary D. Parker, daughter
of Edmond Parker Esq., all of Web
ster Co., Neb.
Lew Hawley was in town trying to
sell a dog, not receiving proper bids,
he donated the pup to the town. It is
a greyhound and will be promptly
shipped to Red Cloud.
Mr. Simpson has a bump on his
head the result of an accident?
Morey has a hat for sale.
On Tuesday the Dutch fought, on
Wednesday the Yankees, and on
Thursday the Irish celebrated St. Pat
rick's day. Pat.
A correspondent of the Sherman
County Timet gets in the following:
Scene the first Cow-boy and farmer
standing on the prairie in August,
1876. when tho grasshoppers were
flying so thick ns to almost obscure
the sun, and the destruction of the
crops was inevitable. "Let them
come," said the herder, "they will rout
out soine of thoso darned 'sorghum
lickers and "we will have a larger
Scene tho second Same parties
standing in the door of a dug out in
Custer county, in February 1881, when
the snow was flying so thick that one
could scarcely see ten steps. "Isn't
this fearful," said the man in cow
skins. "Let it storm," said the man of
the plow, "it will rout out some of
those darned 'cow-punchers' and wc
can farm in peace next summer."
March 15, 1881.
Board met in special session pursu
ant to call of Clerk. All present.
Propositions were submitted by com
mittee from Guide Rock and Red
Cloud looking to the rebuilding of the.
bridges across the Republican river
but no definite conclusion was arrived
Adjourned to March 16th, 1881, at
1 o'clock p. m.
A. H. Crary, ch'n.
J. A. Tulleys clerk.
March 16, 1881.
Met'pursuant to adjournment.
Present Isaac May, Hugh Steven
son, commissioners. J. A. Tulleys
The Sheriff was authorized to take
charge of all lumber found from the
Red Cloud bridge and see that the
same was property cared for.
Adjourned tine die,
Isaac May. ch'n., pro tern.
J. A. Tulleys clerk. "
FnCTIct'i WettiMt Artikitei Tm
1st, clear or fair, 3d, to 5th, clouding
threatening weather with heavy
storms; 6th and 7th, clear or fair; 8th
to 11th, clouding and threatening
weather with local storms; 11th and
12th, clear or fair; 13th to 17th, cloud
ing threateing weather with rain; 17th
and 18th, clear or fidr; 19th to 23d,
clouding, threatening weather with
storms about the 23d; 25th and 36th,
clear and frost if heavy storms occur
red; 25th to 30th, clouding threatening
weather, with heavy storms if pro
ceeding period was exempt from them;
30th, clear and frost if storsas occur
red. The comparatively warmer days will
be about the 4th, 10th, 15th, Md, and
The comparatively colder days will
be about the 1st, 6th, 11th, lWh, 23d,
and 30th. .
Earthquake causes exist in their
greatest energy about the 3d, 9th,
14th, 19th and 36th.
Auroras will probably he vwiili
about the 1st, 7th, 12th, ISth, 34th, and
No apples superior to those sold by
Pqtnam spleooed for eating or cook
ing Bottoaa ngares gran.
the tumcuUv ui always Jfiftins;
oeee jwweuea wing ura whm
when the "yeast rem dulled"
dough won't. work jnat
Uuasryett can oo
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bad two son.
A4theyorferof themsaidto Mi
father, "Fatter give me the portion U
And he divided unto him his living.
and the younger torn pmrchaaed htm
elf an oil-cloth grip sack and got ont
of that country.
And it came to pass thai be jowrny
ed even unto Buckskin and the land
that lieth over against Lteadville.
And when he was come nigh unto
the gates of the city, ne heard sarnie
And ho got into that place, and
when he arose and went his way, a
hireling at the gates smote upon htm
with a slung ahot of great potency,
and the younger eon wkt not how it
And in the second watch of the
night he arose and was alone, and
the peices of gold and silver were
And it was so.
And he arose and sat down and rent
his clothes and threw ashes and dust
And he went and joined himself
unto a citizen of that country, and he
sent him down in prospect shaft to
And he never before dag.
Wherefore when he spat upon his
hands and lay hold of the long han
dled shovel, wherewith they were
wont to shovel he struck his elbow
upon the wall of the shaft wherein he
stood, and poured the earth and
rocks over against the back of his
And he waxed exceeding wroth.
And he tried even yet again, and
behold ! the handle of the shovel be
came tangled between his legs, and
filled his ear high full of decomposed
slate and the perphry which is in that
region round about.
And he wist not why it was so.
Now after many days the shovlers
with their shovels, and the pickers
with their picks and the blasters with
their blasts, and the hoistcrs with their
hoists, banded themselves together,
and each said to his fellow;
Go! let us strike. And they stroke.
And they that stroke were as the
sands of the sea for multitude, and
they were as terrible as any army with
And they blew upon the ram's horn
and the cornet, and the alto horn, and
and the scabut, and the flute and the
Now it come to pass that theyonnger
son joined not with them that did
strike, neither went he out to his work
nor on the highway, lest at any time
they that did strike .should fall upon
him and flatten him out, and even
send him unto his home packed in ice,
which is even after the fashion of that
And he began to be in want.
And he went out and joined himself
unto a citizen of that country; and ho
sent him into the lunch room to find
And he would fain have filled him
self up with the adamantine cookies
and destructible pie, and the vulcan
ized sandwiches which the tourists al
ways did cat.
And no man gave unto him.
And when ho came to himself he
said: How many hired servants hath
my father on the farm with bread
enough and lots to spare, and I perish
And he resigned his position in the
lunch business and arose and went un
to his father.
But when he was yet a great way
off, he telegraphed to his father to kill
the old cow and make merry for bo
bold he had Btruck it rich, and the old
man paid for the telegram.
Now. the elder son was in the north
field plowing with a pair of balky
mules, and when he came and drew
nigh to the house he heard music
And he couldn't seem to wot why
these things were thus.
And he took the hired girl by the
ear and led her away, and asked her,
whence cometh this unseemingly hil
arity? And she smote him with the palm of
her hand, and said: "this thy brother
hath come, and was dead, is alive
again," and they began to have a high
And the elder son kicked, even as
the Government mule kicketh, and he
was hot under the collar, and he gath
ered up an armful of profanity and
flung it in among the guests, and gat
him up and girded his loins and lit
And he got him to one learned in
the law, and he replevied the entire
ranch whereon they were together
with all and singular the heredita
ments, right, title, franchise, estate,
both in law and in equity together
with all dips, spurs, angles, crooks va
riations, leads, veins of gold or silver
ore, mill-sites, damsites, flumes, and
each and every of the them irmly
by these present
Tbx Chicago, Burlingtosi & Qsdncy
Railroad company is burning pits of
coal and clay for material for ballast
ingtheirroad. First a layer ef Iowa
coal, thenoflampyday,thenof eoal
and so on. The first layer' of coal is
fired before the laying on of the day
commences. The pit is in the form of
a cone and hums for month
product resembles coal cinder
much harder. Two pits have recently
been Bred at Jted Oak. fix
miles of road will he
apply tfonage seed nt n very 1
SSBHaSBldkwer S '
smvefswealen -, . ,
a party ef
Mtthenst of Bslndere.
gave him until klm 21st of this
th to leave the state. The offense
gsinst him is that he is at
to jam p the timber chum of
an old cirksn, 8. J. Davis, Hebron
Woanen may vote in school uett-
That is, she may vote if she prop
erly qnalines herself. The require
ments are of three kinds; she may
have personal property npon the ae
samment roll; nt she may have babies
more than ive years old. If she com
plies with either of the conditions, she
may exercise the yeoman's privilege.
The property requirement may he de
faced possibly on the ground that if
she pays taxes she has interest In the
disposal of school money; but when
the privilege of voting is dependent
upon her babies, we submit that it is
rather hard to require her to com
mence Ave or six years back. Two
good yearling babies are worth as much
as one five year old any time. And we
believe that this should be like the
naturalization law, which does not re
quire an applicant to be fully natural
ised, but lets him vote when he has
declared his intentions. (Fall City
When the congressional apportion
raent bill passed the lower house of
Congress, it was considered certain to
pass the senate in the same form, and
the provision of the bill, which requir
ed each state to be divided into as
many congressional districts as the
number of members to which it was
entitled, would have required an extra
session of the legislature of Nebraska
for the purpose of forming the con
gressional districts of this state.
The United States senate, however,
failed to reach the bill and it was lost.
Perhaps at an extra session of con-
great, perhaps at its next regular ses
sion, another bill will be introduced
ana passed to apportion tne congres
sional membership among the several
states. If the new bill contains the
same provision as the old one and per
mits but one member to be elected
from one district; an extra session of
our legislature will be demanded. If
congress shall merely designate the
number of members to- which each
state is entitled and shall permit the
state to elect in its own way, Nebraska
can elect her throo members
"at-largc," and thus avoid an extra
Under any of the proposed schemes
of apportionment, Nebraska will be
entitled to three members of congress,
but will not get them for two
THE SUNDAY MAGAZINE
The present number overflows with
reading matter to suit all elapses, and
which cannot fail to prove instnictive,
entertaining and profitable. It is a
publication which must find a wel
come in every family. The contents
are abundant and varied, but we can
only glance at them. "How the Poor
Folks Liva," by the editor, is deeply
interesting, and the twelve illustra
tions serve to intensify the interest.
"Memories of Egypt," byS. K. Hunt,
"Easter and the Days Before it,"
"Good Friday in Munich," "The great
South American Strnggle," etc., are
among the particular notable articles.
In the department of fiction are, a
continuation of the admirable serial
"Out of the World," by Mrs. O'Reily;
"A Ghost Story," by Rev. J. Hyatt
Smith; "For the Coming of the King,"
an Easter Story, by Helen W. Pierson,
etc There are several excellent and
instructive essays; sketches of Rev.
John Macintosh, D. D., Bishops Atkin
son and Kerr, Rev. Dr. Chapin,
Carlyle, Rev. J. Hyatt Smith, Rev. Dr.
Hoge, etc. etc The poems are quite
numerous, and of great merit Among
the peculiarly interesting feature are
"The Home pulpit," "Hard places in
the Bible," by Rev. Dr. Deems, "With
a smile in it," "The Invalids Portion
and Thoughts for the Afflicted," "Tern
Talk,' "International Sudday-school
Lessons." "Editors Portifolio", etc,
etc The miscellany is unusually
abundant There are 128 quarto
pages and over 100 illustrations, and
a single copy is only 25 cents; annual
subscriptions, $3, postpaid. Address
Frank Leslie's Publishing House 53,
55 and 57 Park Flvce New York.
Bacon, Pork. Lard. Hams. 4c
quamy, ana-Dotcom prices.
A fresh supplr of "White Rose"
Atchison winter wheat flour, at Put
Roby has jnat received 500
more of these nice Sugar Cured
Go to Roby's for s Gun, Lorillards
. B, and Gold Sod, Red Rose, Nobby,
Horse-shoe, Corn Cob, and New Frtut
plngCharm, Fine-cut and Durham,
and Feay, K. K, O. a and Chubby
I will make a delivery ef Fruit tress,
th spring at Red Ckmd. and will
make it to the interest of all who
warn anytnmf in the nursery nme to
Beat trifle with, a
in tame, if yeu wish to
e eetue of ur. Her-
Syrup. Price only 2f
S eents. geld by all
r,,iD" Tf insrisMsisiiiiiii Hi iniin
Btve these nifseemd sessL Fssmesn will ssssd
XOUT TO LOAJT!
Money is pre up mlih on fUal re
ceipt, or on deeded land at ? rcr crnt.,
and 1-43 per sent commiMoK. or at
straight 10 percent no eommWioa.
Jjen. K. W lUiCva.
Omce next doer to Chief oslcc. 30tf
Not the Crown of King, nor the
Crown of Olory, but the Craw Scvinr,
Machine, the latest and Urn machine
in the market t will pay you to call at
the Pott-Odbce ami cr u Wore you
purchase! For Sale by M. B. McNrrr.
Forest uii Timber Trees.
I will furnith tret in any quantity
to suit purchasers. I have Box-Elder
aad Soft Maple at tow figure. I will
sell Cestoswrocd arcdUnaatt) 25 pr
1000 delivered ar Red Cloud. Neb.
3w. a M. UAJUU.TT
Our druggUta arc selling Urjj quan
tities of Dr. Manhall'a Lung Syrup for
coughs, colds and pulmonary com
plaints generally. It take the lead oJ
all cough remedies. Try it. Only 25
cents and 50 cents a bottle.
A Farm to Rent!
Of 150 acres, with good atone houe
16x28, one story hij;h. Mtwt of the
land is in a good state of cultivation.
Also one brood mare for sale on
time. Apply to
D. S. Hklverx,
Seven miles south-west of Rett Cloud,
CHATTLE MOTGAGE SALE.
Where sefealt kaa beea made la the ar
eat of the tea cae in a certain eaeulemert
ne. delete the 1U day of Ottobvr A. D.
IBID. aM only Sled la tae once of the eoanty
5 lets er wetoter rooe'y ebrah on the mh
ey ot Oetoeer IBM. eieen!U by Jom4 W.
eere aaJ HerciM Moore to C II. Potur. to
eeeere the Bayaeat of oee kan-'reit end tlity
eight (1161) dotlare aad laUreat apon which
there U bow dee the laai of one hundred end
aiaty eae dollar aad alatr eeau. (1131 VS.) I
will tl at aablle auction (a froat of my eflre
eaWeeeter etet Red Clou! Wobtter coast
Nearest en the llth day of if are h A. D. I Ml.
at 10 o'clock a. a the r orarty deecrihed
there!: fit: O grey mare. ae dark brow a
korae. Oaeaetot doable hem era. Use twe
C H. Porta, Xorta ta.
By W. C. RsiLV. hl At: y. SJ wS.
cdiat, the Albright Horse.
Will stand this season at Red Cloud
at last year's rates, viz: tH.OOtoinaure
single marc; Two marcs $15.00; moro
than two by the same owner, $7.00 each.
Far tho season, $5.00; single Venice,
This horse needs ouly to bo known
to be admired. He has been acknowl
edged by many good judges to bo the
"ill M of 1 ki"
seen in this section. Weight, in flesh,
1500 pounds. Beautiful Bay, Symmet
rical form, good life, hich carriage and
best of all as kind as a kitten. His owner
also expects to stand n good Jack with
him. Until further notice will be found
at the Commercial barn.
D. LUTZ, Proprietor.
A full line of Stato Journal Co's.,
Blanks (tho standard blanks of the
state) are always kept for salo at the
Chiip office, and at the samo prices
that they aro sold at in Lincoln and
Omaha. The following is a partial list
of blanks on hand:
Power of Attorney.
Bill? of Sale,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Order of Attachment.
Affidavit of Vendor or Lessor,
Assignment of Mortgage,
Notice of Constables Sale,
Release of Mortgage.
Agreement for Warranty Deeds,
Complaint to keep the I'caca.
&c, arc, Ac.
And most all kinds of blanks used by
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Puddingis in the
You have only to call
on us nnd wc can easi
ly convince you that wc
A little BELOW the
so-called "Bed rock pri
ces" advertised by other
Urv t9f ftf
BOOTA aad IHOEM
HatSs Caps. &
Rrlj Madt Clothing
W liivt th. Lirgttt
Stock in tilt Yiltfty mi will
Hit bt URntrttln.
Give xs a call, one and all.
Bed Cfoad Heb.
rtotlee l he rahy ilt.n.tbat I "ill aiamlBt
ell panose who may dvira to offer thenualTM
ea eaadldatte lor trarhti vf the primary or
?iibboi tcbnolt of WalMt.r county, ai M
Hoed oa the first Saturday la the a nth o(
Ktbraary. Jfar Aort and Nutatsb.rt At
blue lllll oa the first aturlay In the laontbt of
anuery. A Hll. Ja'y r$l October. At OuUe
Xoca on the Sirst tUtunljy lo the taoatbe el
Mwub, June, bcptsmbet aal IeewUr.
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