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ETERNAL VIGILANCE 13 THE PRICE Or LIBERTY," AND t A YEAR IS THE PRICE Of THE CHIEF.
RED CLOUD. WEBSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. -1883.
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The largest stock of Exclusive
Millinery in the Village, now
open at the
LEADING MILLINERY STORE I
The bargains offered you in Hats, Plumes,
Tips, Birds and Velvets, can not be duplicated
in the city. Stock Fresh erom the Eastern
Market. Buying Largely, and FOR CASH
we are enabled to give you the Very Lowest
Possible Prices. Mail orders promptly attend
J. A. FOWLER.
FIRST BOOR NORTH NATIONAL ANK.
- Just Arrived AT BAUM'S Cheap Store,
DRY GOODS BootsjndShoes
Hats and Caps. CLOTHING
Notions, Groceries, Trunks, and Valises, Men's
and Boys' Suits a Specialty. A nice line
op LADIES' CLOAKS and
sfcio. Soldiers' Overcoats to be Sold
i Way Down. Bound to Sell I
in Order to Make Room in Store.
BUY YOUR CLOTHING
The Red Cloud Chief.
A. C. ho tf. Pnu
FRIDAY. SOV. . !S1
Mrs. S. R. McBride's
Tho Oldest, Lmrgost and
Trimmed Hats from
twenty - five cents to
twelve dollars. Chil
dren's Hats and Hoods
all Styles and Prices.
Plumes, Tips, Birds and
other articles at Prices
S. R. McBIDE,
One Block 8outh of Postoftlce.
Now m lbs Use to subscribe for The
CiltEf, for the ixt ) day we will
rend The CniEr to any address for 25
rent. Remember lhat this liberal of
fer will only continue for 30 days. We
do thli in order to introduce our piper
in every home in Webtter county.
Come in or tend the ssoney at once.
A.C. Heaven, Editor.
All bill for locals, sdertiing and
job work, will hereafter be duo and
collected monthly by tail office. The
bill for the sane will a preaented the
first of each month.
CartleJsl .St.O.'A. ft.
Hit vry tkar aUar awta. lUca'ar
Hiiw oa aUaaar taafae a of Ut.
fall ion. M.S. Mcrrr.
S. Vmt. A4J1.
People's Clothing House !
- Recently Opened in the NewIState Bank Block,
One Door West of the Bank.
WC ARC MANUFACTURERS OF
And can, therefore, give you
We came to Red Cloud to DO THE PEOPLE
jCOOD, and respectfully ask every person to
: call and examine our goods.
at the Store of
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Berlin Zephyrs, Midnight Zephyrs,
Saxony wool, Shetland woo), Shet
land Flow, Germantown Wool
And Woolen Kniting Yarn
Hoods, Mittens, Children's
Coats Ac, Ac.,
A full line of
AND NOTIONS. I
Also a large anil splendid assortment
TOYS and CHRISTMAS Gifts.
w afc babbbbkbbbh.
atV91hk1VBw JBllsKBr maw
Drug Store !
R. R. Sherer, Prop.
Headquarters for Faints,
OILS AND DRUGS.
Proprietary Mwdlelnaa a Specialty.
a atw ad Ttrirf MMrtaeat of
LAMP 1ID LAMP FUTURES JUST RECEIVED
Rramso trade at Mrs. McBride's.
Loxo plumes, tery cheap at Mrs.
M. L. Thomis was ia Red Gold hut
Tim fire cents to two doltan each at
Faij. wheat is coming along nicely.
Thn fields are looking well:
Ouk young men and ladies hare or
ganized a tcrpichorean club. ;
Tub MMonic hall will be rsjadj for
the brethren about next weck.
R. V. Shirey's now rdiidcncttiii now
in the hands of Painter Perry. 1
, What are the peoplo going wo do
about tho telephone exchange f
Natobk b satiftcd with little; face
with leos; and sin with nothing. I
Moijhkk ttSo.v hrtvo had their tft
market very neatly refitted. 1
lili: Blue Hill Monitor, an ndvfeli.
ing sheet has made its appearnnco.
Don't you forget it tlut E. A. Yomj
has the bet sewing nischino niade
Labor assortment of Butterick's pat
terns just received at Mis. McBrides;
Red Cioud has the neatest nostofllat
in Wlir.ilra It ia m. sreat framiit Br. I. .
... ..... .... a..-. .vw.. ainu surce
Red Cloud. 1
Tke ?ut Bk ill gire yt &
best trra nn htm kant. lltf
Call cm E. A. Young for a g4
ewisg macblfte aea tWta befure joe
As a true and efficient to&k; aad
one lht nctU all other troo md!ciee
take Brown, iron Litter.
Is your wife's hcalib poor? Ar.
your cliiMrm sickly Ulte tiwra
Brown's Iron biucra It will re
As Grare church will not I rratiy
for public worship for Tbanksiring
day, the Kcr. Stuart Crockett will
preach a Thankgh-ing ernioit m th
Congregational church on, Snnd.y, the
18th inst, at morning scnrice.
-I'tovc all thing! All raxnfactur
er claim to rokc the U-t g -!, l-ut
all cannot le right. We invite the
motl searching and crifcal oompn
Min. aad rw rxtu&drul that DcIUnd's
chemical taking piwdrr will ! ac
knowledged the U-sL It is alolutly
pure in every sene of th word.
Jomo II or, our Fourth sTrnue cloth
ier tn the Sate'.Bank block, has a very
handsome and elaborately painted
sign, which inform those in need of
clothing, of tho whereAltouts of hu
store. Mr. Hy in au cntenriing bu
incss man snd we are more than glad
to learn that he is proapering. snd
tlut hi trade opetu up Ur leyuud his
moU'AAnguiuo expectations. Success
to you Bro Flay.
No wan in Red Cloud deserves more
credit for rcaleutf rprwe than Jcmm Mr
Ira Pleepcr, our carriage and wagon
manufacturer. Mr. Slerper has grown
up with the town, and is now doing
an extensive buiines in that hue. If o
employee constantly twrlrc workman.
Being an expert workman and an en
ergetic mau he belhivr in doing his
work well and pushing his bnaiurss
for all it worth. Such men aro a cred
it to any town. The people should
support him lurally.
Downs iho Dj
We clip the ftillowing article from
the columns of the Clinton. (Ill) ueAV,
edited by our oM friend, Mr. Richard
Butler, one of ttie aldesl and moat
substantial newspaper men in Illi
nois. Fred Hovncr, when he left Clinton,
bought The Cinr.r, a Republican news
pajHjr printed in Red Cloud, and from
specimen copies of the paper which wo
have received we are pleased to note
ax a publisher. He not
onlv owns the Chief but he also
A fine lot of sewing machines, ju bou.hl tho huuin- n which it U
received at E. A. Youug's. Get one lxL.:.,, ,i r,, !..,, mriri rr,.m
tiM oar CUOICK MAJOLICA
No troubl to tbow tooUi.
AAT also, keep on hand a well selected stosk of
HATS AND CAPS!
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
Valises, Umbrellas, &c,
WlHll EE SfJLD AT SH LOW mi
THAT IT WILL SURPRISE THE PEOPLE OF
RED CLOUD AND VICINITY.
:clod cBtrsm and Lrvrui.
Weighs much less than other pul
verizing burrows, sells' about one third
leas, and withal does the most thor
ough work or any.
The Best Thing Out.
For Sale By
33tf Ambov. Neb.
Ptvs rememar thw Phi Ont Dor West of tho State Bank of Red
Cloud, In tho New Stats. Bank Block.
J. L. MILLER.
HARNESS COLLARS. SADDLES,
WHIPS. COMBS. BRUSHES.
And everything usnally kept in a first
Two doors north of 1st Nat. Bank-
RED CLOUD, NEB.
W. H. HOWE, Agent,
The Company warrant the Perkins
Mill to be a qood, durable, ?elf-rcgula-tinc
mnehine, built in a substantial
and workmanlike manner, and hereby
agree to furnish, free of charge, the
part or parts necessary to mate good
any defect in workmanship or mate
rial used, for the term of one year. 41
On Farm Property !
In Southern Nebraska and Northern
Kansas, at 8 and 9 per cent, interest
Without Commission !
RED CLOUD, NEB.
7 Per Cent. Money to Loan !
Money to prore up with on final re-
t, or on deeded land at 7 per cent.
fore they go.
Our friend Hay has not yet discov-1
cred the fellow who took the $22 over
coat from his store.
Edwin Moody, one of our Thomas
ille subscribers, made us a pleasant
call on Wednesday.
L. Baum, our general merchant, is
the father of a bouncing baby boy.
Baum is very happy.
Use National yeast, and you will
never have poor bread. It is always
reliable. Grocers sell it.
Garbeb & SitAFKK have found it nec
omuiry to move their slaughter house
to a more convenient location.
We call the attention of our readers
to Mrs. McBride's new advertisement
which appear in another column
J. L. Kaley, is the happiest man in
America. It is a boy and weighs
twelve ponnds. Father and mother
both doing well.
Now that Thanksgiving day has
been set for the 29th, wc would sug
gest that the boys locate their turk cys,
and the first dark night pull the roost.
Mr. Chaxey, the new lawyer has lo
cated in Red Cloud. His office is over
Marsh's store. Mr. Chaney comes to
Red Cloud highly reccommended as a
The Rev. S. Crocket left this mor
ning for Omaha, to attend the conse
cration of Trinity Cathedral church,
Omnha and nlso a joint convocation of
the diocese of Nebraska.
Mr. A. C. Hosmeb, a Clinton, (Ills.)
printer and publisher of experience
and ability, hae purchased tlMf Red
Cloud Chief from Mr. M. L. Thomas.
Printers Au xiliary.
M. L. TftoXAt, late of the Red Cloud
Chief, baa joined the innumerable
throng of Nebraska editors whose aspi
rations are gratified with a route agen
cy. Printers Auxiliary.
The ladies of Grace church -will
serve am oyster supper on Tuesday
evening, Nov. 13lh at the court-house.
Supper from 6 to 6 p. m. Then will
also be the usual enjoy nseajL Come
one. Come all.
We would ask the teachers in the
various parts of the county to seod in a
jaoBthly report .of their schools, in as
brief a saaaner as nossible for nab-
lication in The Chief, alo send us
the news transpiring in their vicin
ity W.SLMrxxms, of Webster county,
recently went into North Nebraska to
llecate. He concluded after a brief stay
that V etvter was Um test coaaty in
the state and returned. He will settle
JfcKswPTPw iiWP"BTy. $ PWBrjrWWt;
kn $4 tsW f.T J. Wx 0
0uUh--T. 3 If , CImm Urn
AssfaAcw wt w n-is)MSw st
r ,!$ ! rrMstirff
lim wc leant that he is succeeding bo
jnd his expectitations, and that tho
wtlook for tho future is very encour-
s-eing. Although Frel has spent hu
Ifce in a printing office the manage-
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at oi a nowspaper is a new ousineas
lohim. HctAke hold of the work
k h determination tosuccecl, and
frfc a knowlelge of him, dating back
toki boyhood days, wo have no fears
IttoR Furay passed tlirough this
cityfjitcrday on his wsy to DeWitt,
whetthc hiwl worked up a easo against
Walit S. rhilips for "abstracting," se
cretion and emlexzeling articles of
mcrclndise from the mails." Philips
was ft potal clerk running between
Crete In Red Cloud. He was brought
before t.S. Commissioner. L. W. Bill
ingslcyU morning, when he waived
an exafA-nation, and was held for his
appearalVo before the next U. S. court
at Omahk A Do Witt correspondent
of the Oskha Herald says.-
'Whils Major Furay was telegraph
ing at thmition he left young Philips
in charge W tho deputy potmatcr.
Philips faster in Beatrice, in the mean
time, had teamed of his son's arrrst.
and drovelto this place and at the
point of a revolver took him out, when
Major Funs; arrived upon the scene
and again toek bim into custody.
Mr. Philips is enly sixteen years old,
and has been in the mail service five
months, and ad nits the taking of the
goods, someofwiich were recovered.
Daily (Lincoln) .Yrce.
straight 9 pr cent, no commission. ho,. rrsd Tm e,,, znd b
lHT.i per cent, commission, or at j down oa his timber claiai, bcitd a
Jko. R. Wiluxx
Office at tho Conri House.
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iPhysiaian & Surgeon,
Sxd Clocd, Nejulaces.
Frank R. Gump,
ATTORSEr AT L AW.
KED CLOUa HsTB.
The Earle dramauc corapanr which
', held furth at court-house hjJl Thursday
sigr.u one o: ta best Tbaatriesi
cosciyaziE on the roai Their rendi
tioa of tec Planters' wife, was bejood
BEET A SB POUNDED.
On last Monday evening a serious
pounding affair took place at the resi
dence of the pastor of the Methodkt
Episcopal churca. The minister and
family were sitting very quietly in the
parsonage, north cf the church, atten
ding to the uual routine doties of the
household, when suddenly the door
opened and a large number of people
rushed in upon them. The miiiHtsr
began to think that he was surrounded
and in ftct he was witk a great many
warm friends woo bad connied to
gether, a arranged a surprise party
udoo the family. Tor ok minute
a constant flow of worldy goods, sup
posed to be in pound packages, were
deposited in his lap, until it was evi
dent that his Isp would have to be en
larged, or the articles deposited else
where. The preacher was so complete
ly sarprised that he could only say
aaak yoa" and could not say that
last aaoaga to keep up with Um vari-
a afaoaa that h was iscetnng.
the Urge number of presents
wsaa large beat weighing sixteen or
ASASBBAASsm " BhvA AVSM1MW SSI SISl
Tery afeaaasUy swat hr tb lana "
aaiaasr prsaewt iaaUsertsof ewjoya-
Massfhtite'- New York,
vanu. Connpctinit. Kn.
braka hare be!i rtrrmtt
ptlbllCArt bating urn tad fcix
thr nia.irm narnol Ihit with
majoritlr. Jtn Hntlcr. th
jrue gjvernr of Maafbttr
corcrtd up wuh a oo dnft
KerMiUican vt. S'U ll
mlrvn Jcl tn elct htm Th
feel happy orrr lht st! r
TucdaT' eject nt, ajid can m
way clear for lSl.
The democrt mrTl f"ir t
the eleven iUIi luh held e'e
on Tuk!ay lat, vu; Man land.
tnippi. New Jersey mul Vtrpitt,
Nebraka wh.vila inU 1 no
lncrrel RepubStAn mantir, t
b' electing Hon. 31 Jv ll-e UJ
judge, uvor Mr Sarjne, Ue net.
nupoly and democratic tMMninee.,
cttar county rirciwl lb rn
ticket, ll!i tho eicrpUon i4 he
Mr. Jim. vtarrcti. lnJetiHietl "
date defeaUug Hrr.ry C rVotl tht
ular nominee ol th lUpuMun ji
Tlie tight In Wrbrirr counlr rrvl
largrly Co the otfire of ebrrtl t
friemlt of Injth geniimen working hVf
Turka all day. We am rry of Mr
Scott'a dr-feat, Irtit Ikiv In the will of the
prople. IWow r giv the names of
Uie stato, county and prcclnot otnctn
Judge of tho attpiem court M. R.
Regents of thn Univi.rslly. full
term M. J. Hull, John T. MalUlieti.
To fill vacancic-. M. illat, Ed
ward P. Holmes.
judicial snt ttFTtcr.
Hon. Wm. Galiu, Jr.
cut NT v.
Clerk J. P. Dayha.
Tserwurer Cha. Huachow.
Judge G. O. Yener.
BhcnlT J. W. Warren.
Superintendent of Public Induc
tion C. W. Springer.
Surveyor C. P. Kinkcr.
Coroner J. M. Mmtim.
Commissioner John McCallum.
Assessor lulwartl Smith.
Justices of Peace F. R. Gump, 8.
CsnsUbles Chas. Winfrey, M. S.
Assessor S. II. lhooVi,
Justice of the Peace P. M.Coch
rane, R. R. Pitney.
Consubles L. 0. 0!mtead, C.
Assesaor David Carpenter.
Justices of ths Peace Jolin May, W
Constables Douglas Ycnon, K. J.
Asaeor M. WH!iamon.
Justices of the Peace C. II Putnam,
Constobles William Arnold, a
Asseswir ndlip Rock Jr.
Ju.'Jcf-s of ths Peace F. C. Rua-
chow, J. M. Tof
Consubles L. D. Mouer, u mun-
Assessor A. 0. Wslkcr.
Josiicca of the reace W. D, Rency,
Constable C Lammon, R. Wood-
Assesacr F- A. TeaL
Jnsticea of the Peace John Blabi,T
Finney. CorwUbles C Johron, Fran k
Assessor John Street.
Justices ofthaFsaee T. Honchia,
H. C Wolfe,
Conrtsbles John Posey. Jobo X.
Asse ssor 1- Taraer.
Jartices of tka Peace DaI Norris,
CoostabUa-Wfa. sTaaw, isaeph
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Warner, JnxU Wn, WlJ H
Caa. IMw, Ury Milkr IftHtH
Hrnty Iju!, UH SKVUWlU
We rWIsy. Will WeM,
Kta Hayta, Maijuc HaiVtrd Miaa4
Ida Ktdd, UtcU HtKnhf. Cr Ka
ley, Mao iVe, Oaiiea Nlrw, ViU
r&c-rer, Xytit JotM, WiUI MsW,
Wartrn Mrhll, L)dJ aarwi,
Juhn riertii, iWftl 1V, Hay
W, Cim KmIJ
tink, I.r 9 A, Ulrwt Nvtvr
Carl Kodd, JUmn nwurtj., u44m
rUrr.r, Jeio Rele.
t Viviry OtUi I'ttpct. Pe4 JttWH
hUrnrat Jor, IIM W iH5io, Jeal
UuthriH-L, Majnrirt Viher
I. iMt,, Pftoelp!
Tlie follow ing UiAnt,iiii proelu
atiMi m teen iuurl by ll Joiif
of the tata ft ebrkA:
Heeoittung tho rciurfSiabrVotrt
better cturth rery sSMJkaf
feet gift, it U light od proper tlsslTsBW
oitiiclia of tbt ciliHto.eUH
otfer their m l statfui tVV tt
Him natii in ih Mktt uu a
lnunteH4ly ili !
llio Prtlent of iie Cdtd Hu!
ha dUtuatet 'ntuitatay, the 27th dar
of Novemler, a a day a Ntimt
Tlank airing, and in hanmrtiy Uer
with 1, Jam W. l)e,fcetor f
tho atate of NrbrVa, ib berlyj
ommeiul to the triple of this
that the dy o apnntnl lw? r5erVf4
as a day of TliaikgivJnga!d pfyr U
Manifold have been our ble?ngs.
Ixit , so far as pracUcahle, VaIn
(rtm tecular pursuit th-t dfj ami
galbwring in mir acrntml Wm of
worship twlr ir human tbna
for the merce and blcwifg tht bvi
len bowcrel ujhwi it durmr. the
yenr, and Invok a cntlnuai of Iks
In the ftitdt tf le fenefftj rrjC
Ing o hwi!l remember the pmr aid
the needy Mlle i. ha tnal COftU
erolh Ue for.
In witet wherrnf, I hsvt? Herui
el my liarwl and reI b afijei
U.e Great ifeal of trw PUi J Nefcr
ltn at iJncoln. Oil Hfth df of
NTemlr. in tli j-r of oiir !or4
0neTlxtao4l Kigbt Hundrwl and 15
ghty Tiire-, of this UU of t)i 9vn
leenlb. avl f thf Iodf rujfne of Um
United niaUa the One Hundred s4
Jtvn W. IUt,
By th Gorenrtr.
K. i, Ro;r., .rUr offJcrts.
Mwt fi rt4
l9t art w'w
T oV! rdiiU ;' g3 3W
ysrd eubltthefi at Ke4 Ct4 m Ihtf,
U ttill at U frt3t and dfy owbmw
I -! . lti mmm tkajs lex
loet, and it da?m waell a Wt4f
grade oflasnW tik ?W fey aay
thr vmttm trt tKs s4e f NWaii-.
THe stock of H VmA gVsii4 sasl
tem! at tkt yard W iwf -4
prfcrieor rartfufly ask Tn9Af
in want of aaytMag iu liu SUM U
saM mtA t tasaeit s.
Jasticsa ofUsersaea Ishw EoMa
sow, P. xftasdMrsaktr.
C.sssfitlw T W. Jws,J. Mkca-
A few tertr ky tV
soaae rU; $ aod
at tb fisraser's
A gosai girl ta ak Jgeaeral
Apply at tae ratiskoae
Juaticesof tie T
People waatsaf UyWhs,
do wl W wart far Ae
wMrkwiH W ifia to 4 tsssa.
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