The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, November 16, 1883, Image 1

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VOL. XI.
RED CLOUD. WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1883.
NO. -15.
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This may interest you. If you
want to buy your Millinery at the
figure other Millinery Dealers in the
city pay for theirs, call at the Lead
ing Millinery store within a week
as we intend to run off a lot of Vel-
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j maKe room tor new gooos. xour
"ance for bargains. Do not miss it
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DOOR NORTH HATIOHAL RAHK.
1W GOODS,
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MILLINERY GOODS!
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Mrs. S. R. McBr ide's
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LOW PRICES,
Jutt Arrived AT BAUM'S Cheap Store,
consisting of
Boots and Shoes
DRY GOODS
fiats and Caps. CLOTHING
Notions, Groceries, Trunks, and Valises, "Men's
and Boys' Suits a Specialty. A nice line
op LADIES' CLOAKS and
DOLMANS.
Also, Soldiers' Overcoats to be sold
Way Down. Bound to Sell I
In Order to Make Room fn Store.
L BAUM.
BUY YOUR CLOTHING
mmb AT THE
People's Clothing House !
Recently Opened in the New IState Bank Block,
One Door West of the Bank.
ARE MANUFACTURERS OP
CLOTHING
And can, therefore, give you
LOW PRICES
We" came to Red Cloud to DO THE PEOPLE
COOD, and respectfully ask every person to
call and examine our goods.
Tb Oldest, XturgMt and
LeadingMillinery Store in Red Cloud
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
that
DEFY COMPETITION
S. R. McBRIDE,
On Block South of PostofTlce.
25ctL&rTmHntk
Now la the time to ubcrib for Tut
Cuitr. for the next 30 dy will
endTn Cmtr loam- addrc for 25
cents. Remember that tin lttera! vP
kr will only con tinuc for 30 day. We
do tlii in order to introduce our paper
in every home tn Web-tcr county.
Come in or send the money at once.
A. C, Hoauek. Editor.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
AH bills fur local. advertising and
job work, will hen-after be due and
collected monthly by thi office. The
bill for the time will be presented the
Tint of eacli month.
Is the place to buy Jew
elry. Watches, Clocks,
Silverware, Plated Ware
of all description kept
in stock. Wait and see
our new stock before
you buy elsewhere.
Repairing a Specialty.
MARYATT & Co.
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HATS AND CAPS!
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
Valises, Umbrellas, &c.,
HOT WILL II SOU IT M LOW BATES
THAT IT WILL SURPRISE THE PEOPLE OP
RED CLOUD AND VICINITY.
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Co;ict nets Tuesday.
Nkwjjoo.1 at Mr. McHri.lcV.
Thk Coinmi"io:turH meet tfMly.
F. H. fit'MP J. V.. lu- KOne to Ohio.
C. E. D.1VH sat in Ivanios this week
Gov. Oakuku waa in Knnsas City this
wek.
For frch fish, venisou etc., go to
Mosher i&isoti.
IIauky Tayixjr j;ot hid arm fractured
the olhiT ilay.
OfK friend Mr. Moutcr called at tht
ofilro lajit Friday.
Go nud fee those Hubbard ItotincU
nt Mm. McUridc's.
Miller &. Dill have sold their drujr
sthre to Mr. Lcnly.
Bead Mm. F'jwler' now atlvertbe-
ment. It will pay.
Mu. Crauill will i4oon erect a nuw
house in Ked Cloud.
Look nt Maryatt's new advertiao
nifiit. You hot on that.
Thk State Itutitc will yive you the
best term on farm loan. 11-tf
If you want bargaini read G.irher
Ilro5. new udrertUemunt.
Mich. Kki.ixks, the milliner, goca to
Blootnintou oon to live.
Call on E. A. Young for a good
tewing machine cc them before you
b:y.
A coitli: of good ofllces for rent in
the new poatollico building. Itiquiro of
R. D. Jonca.
A FINK lot of sewing machine, jus
received at E. A. Young's. Get one be
fore they go.
Tur.Kn will be n social at Mm. How
ard! on Friday evening November 16.
All are invited.
Poor bread is unknown when Na
tional yeast Is used. It makes light,
sweet and nutrious bread.
Mr. S. H. Brooks and Mrs. L. A.
Barton wero united in marriage th'n
week hy Rev. John Harvey.
Pkrkl McVky will sell his stock, ag
ricultural impletncnti.etc., at his resi
dence to-morrow, at public sale.
Thkrk will bo Episcopal servicer in
the Congregational chucch xoxl Sun
day, the 18th inst, at the usual hours.
Thk Blue Valley liladc, publisheil at
Seward, Neb., cornea to our table en
larged and otherwise greatly improved.
Go to Henry Cook's if you want any
thing in the drug line, lie keeps the
iet and largest stock of goods iu the
city.
The Whist club mccU this Thurs
day eve., at the residence of E. M.
Perkins. All interested are cordinlly
invited.
Mr C. A. Owkns has secured the con
tract for painting the Presbyterian
church. The church when finished
will be a credit to the city.
It is not "de land of goahen" but De-
Land of Fairpoit, N. Y.. who manu
factures the purest brand of Soda, well
known in the Aimncun market.
The school in district 12, is pmall,
caused by diphtheria in the neichir-
hood. Jt is hoped that the precaution
taken will prevent its further spread,
V. 11. Stkohm will be the cashier
in the new bank to be started at Ains-
worth, Neb., by Sherwood fc Albright.
The new firm, and cashier, have our
best wishes for success.
We understand that Codman
Whitney intend starting a horse ranche
in connection with their sheep ranche.
They now have 3500 sheep and intend
to increase the number to 5000 soon.
The formal opening of the new Cath
olic church at Red C'oud (St Julian
Falcrnexis) will take place on the ISth
at 10:30 o'clock, andg n. m. Dedication
services ou Wednesday at 10:30 oclock
a. m.
Our old timo friend, Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. C, Ehrntnan, of Bearer City,
Nebraska, made editor of this paper,
and family, a very pleasant visit this
week. Mr. Ehrnman is a arriage
manufacturer at Beaver City.
Mrs-Wt. N. BiCHAJUMOit. who has
been sick for a number of weeks past,
departed this life last Saturday evening.
The funeral services took place at 1 1
p. m. Monday. Her reaaains were fol
fowed to their last resting place by a
large nuator of sorrowing friends and
relatives.
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tiugly familntr to nstrly vory Ainrr
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pun to be acociatel with om sH
huadotl individual in human form,
and of the masculine gender. Nearly
every town or city of prominentia in
the country have more or a lrcr
number of the-c ptippiH who take a
delight iu tiiakinc muihtn on tho fair
er .cx. to the dingu.41 of every decnt
person in the community. They have
the cheek oj a brass coiiarett mule, and j t (,4 j,
neither wail for an introduction ". working u
chance acquaintance, but promimc that .
every lady H ueaa on tlictii at tjrt j IVtwcenl
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COMUStHS.
BY OCR UAIMViY RtcrOKTXR.
llic II. and M. i dittg n imniont
btuinooi at jtrcml.
Alotit nn huudrrd proplo
daily at the railway hot!.
tti fes
T. Mv'Crary4 relatives live dwtdl
not to nooto Red Ootid until .Spring
fionrwl
their help
men atu ci
ne.vary. On la?l Saturday evening
two young ladies who had bron prom
enading tho Mrcets of Ked CJoud, wto
approached by tw'o ofthevi brainlr TIm kJ
foj, who iul tho question directly, 0lW acrj
"would yon Indies object to our com-; i trmpting
pany ?" Being perfect utiange r the lwo car
voung ladus verv properly objectltoj .,,, ,
and ho informed the duties, who till jcral wccJ,
penuated in follow ing them to their !
homes. A No. 14 boot proprrly npplb E L 11
cd in large doe is rather n mild med j gtock yariN,
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tnakta counltm? bnwrt-n
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of other remedies, it would, wo beutc, " W-$ . vr :" ;"
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viduaU who make a pxwticc of forcing; they have 1m
their prc-enco ujn unprotectctt le- TJicv report
male... We ar,- slad to learn tint- Mich ,
thinir do not often transpire in Rod
GUwtlLjunl when tliy lo. it i done by ,
imiorteiI niateual iiuH ymvnmmi
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.. iiajion met
Thr lecture bv Rev. Gaull Tucsdav but fef tmr
night ttiw not a success so far it the ' aoualion a
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nwim iilu mil vuiin.imu. iuu '"(k"' I Al IWO p. Ill
was to cold, too many other meeting f order by Mr
were going on. 'Die people of Red j mi- bv the irb
m the Plat!,
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abundance of
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Cloud are not yet prepared to support
Gon as the next nominee for the presi
dent ofthi Republic. Rev. Gaultis
lecturing through Nebraska, Kaunas
and Iowa, in favor of bringing Goointo
politics. He peeim to think that the
moral cwlo Goo gave to the United
Suites of I?ial, wouli! answer for our
Republic But loo iliany of our peo
ple think we havp outgrown Gon
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ciann nm the uvernin"nt
Even Rev. Todd in Iim j rer lciore
the lecture, inierjcetcd the word "C
so frequentlv that it was evident ho
was suspicion; of the movement. Bro.
by-lavs rad
tng officer (
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iioj?ing.
Toaxrher Am-
ey arc in favor of retiring the old ,Mn ,, ,
illeman from politic, t.ion mv ! , , ' . "i
i our churchm but l-t the poiti-'' l " Im
I.av. -Mtj.
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eld tc:nc all
Gault In trying to get Gd back into carried over
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the government will find he has an el
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OFFICIAL CROP REPORT.
The following is the official crop re-
p rl received from the statitical re
porter for the United States, for Ne
braska: Corn yield, per acre, 41 bnshcls.
Quality, 85 per cent.
Potatoes. (Imh) H7 bushels.
Quality, 109 per cent.
Potatoes (Sweet) 114 bnahc!.
Quality, 1 i 1 jr cenL
Hay. average Ume and wild, two
ton.
Quality, 107 per cent.
Sorghum, yield per acre, 129gaTIon.
Grapes, yield and quality. 83 per
cent.
Apples, yield and quality 97 per
cent.
Pexn, yield and quality 5 per ceat. ;
jt irst irost, uctoocr rth.
Corn ready lor market, Dec J.
Condition oC orchard. 100 per cent.
Sprinc wheat threshed at date, SI
percent.
Grade of Sprln Wheat, Xn. 2.
Daxiq. IL WHrxuca, Secietary.
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LssJey. .The.kawix tfisBBnlysB
to tarn M JCUar 4 Ball
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Query Uox com
Derided that th
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in December.
10 to 10:10 tu
10:10 to I&39 i
A. I'arons.
1030 to II a.
H toll JO a.
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fraction, II Wei
II 40 to 12 m
Adjnorument
10 to 125 p.
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2.40 to 3 p. s
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