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NEB., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1883;
The Red Cloud Chief.
FRIDAY. NOV. :. 1883
All bills for locals, advertising and
ioV Wftrlr will YiornfiOnr fia Attn mt I
collected monthly by this office. The l
bills for the same will be presented the
first of each month. i
Go to J. 0. Potter's for the lowest
Cash prices. , f-2t
0. P. Tayib-, has been laid up with
"biles" this week.
Editor Warren- of thc Argus was in
Lincoln this week.
District court has adjourned after
a two day's session.
BEMEiMBERthe thanksgiving dinner
at the M. . church.
Makb your application to the State
bank for fani loaiw. ll-tf
Groc&Hies, groceries, at bed-rock
prices, at J. G. Potter '8. 16-2t
The ladies' aid society will meet this
afternoou at Mrs. Win. Parker's.
Yodr grocer will toll you that na
tional yeast is the best. Ask him.
Notice For good suits at great bar
gains, call on J. G. Potter's. IC-2t
Exqkaviko free on all goods sold by
Maryatt Co., jewelers. Red Cloud.
Mrs. Kei.mkjg, th!b milliner, will re
main in Red Cloud for the present.
Broom con has been coming to town
in large quantities during the week.
C. A. Owen has taken the contract
for painting the new Catholic church.
The Presbyterian ladies will hold a
social at I. N. Taylor's Tuesday night
A car load of furniture just received
at the furniture wurerooms of R. L.
Jcix;e Pasli.v, opened the Novem
ber term of the district court on last
Look here, bargain? will be given in
clothing for the next 30 days, at J. G.
Frank Potter celebrated his four
teenth anniversary Tuesday night by
Don't forget the ladies of the 11. E.
church hold a grand thanksgiving
diuner on Thanksgiving day.
v Maryatt Co., are retailing goods
at wholesale price. Their jewelry can
not be duptW-tpdJn the valley.
Makyatt's is headquarters -ft a
m'onds, watches, clocks, jewelry ."silver
ware, spectacles, etc., Red Cloud.
Some of our readers took offense at
thc communication handed us by Rev.
Gault last week, and which we printed.
Miss Etta SanPord. is teaching in
Polnicky's district, No. o. I. 0. Walk
er is to teach at Batrn and Ilenry An
derson in No. 47.
The thanksgiving dinner at the M.
E. church, will be a good place for
every business man, clefk or laborer to
get a good meal.
Every body invited to call at my
furniture rooms and examine those
eay chairs and parlor rockers. Oppo
site the postoffice. It. L. Tinker.
H. F. Crawford, now living at Batin
in Webster county, built the first
house in Montana. It wi erected in
'02 at East Bannock.
. Miss Ida Garber, is to teach the
primary department ot the Guide
Rock schools. We now have three
graded schools in the county.
Over $49,000 has been collected by
Treasurer Buschow on the taxes of
1882, A pretty good showing for the
tax-payers of Webster county.
While the people in Illinois are
shivering, with' the mercury down 5
below zero, us Nehraskaus ate enjoying
comparatively fine summer weather.
C. R. SffRzand James Overman,
of LaPnurie, 111., old friends of Dr.
Damerell, are in Red, Cloud looking up
business locations, amTwill probably
Mr. E. M. Stoker, of Wahoo, Neb.,
has our thanks for a jar of very delic
ious honey. He informed us that it
was his intention to start au apairy. in
Red Cloud in the spring.
- Call and see largest and grandest
aispiay ox jeweiry ior guts lor nonoay
presentation aud home use, ever seen'
in the republican valley, at Maryatt A
Ob's jewelry store, Red Cloud.
The dancing club held a very plena
ant party last Monday night. These
4aces ure very interesting and furn
ish great deal of amusement for our
youmg foil- during the wiuter.
Tmdelmquenttc sales nave. oc-
cupied the attention. of Trees rer
Buschow, and 'assistant Dodd, a greater
portSo- of last week. The final sales
were coaswsmated Saturday.
Twc Bed Ck'crearary is stiH
dofega Ikmrishing rbosiB, aad is
sow B-kiBg'frb-nWOtpSOO pounds
perweek. Mr. ftUk4for that
crry will preWWy m
jMur.DirYKB, a Webster
$ luw'bMRJtrMbleiL. with -
tat alierratioa ibr'soMe'time past. Oev-
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PRICE OF THE CHIEF,
A few more corsets offefed you at
cost prices. J. A. FdWLttt.
I am closing out my stock of zephyr
at 8c per ounce. J. A. Fowler.
Col. Wiggins is the happy father of
a bouncing baby boy.
Twenty-five per cent, oft" from every
dollar's worth of ribbon bought within
thc neXt ten dayf;
J. A. Fowler.
A FiVfi-YBAR old child of Frit Zer-
ka's fell from a mule's back and broke
its arm. Drs. Hall and Damerell set
the broken bone.
Will the party who borrowed a
woolen-shawl of J. A. Fowler last June,
please return it without further trou
ble to the owner.
We have been compelled for sever.il
weeks to omit the real estate transfers
in Webster county for want of space,
but will endeavor to publish them next
Ir you are going to tnake your
friends Christmas presents, don't buy
until yoit see Honry Cook, who al
ways carries the largest and most -elegant
stock of such goods of any firm
in the valley. He has everything that
one could desire. Be sure and see him.
The basket supper Thanksgiving
night at the M. E. church, will be a
very pleasant affair. Every, basket
sold will contain supper for two and
the name of some lady, whom the
gentleman is expected to take supper
with. It is very amusing and a source
of much pleasure.
At Perry McVey's sale last Saturday
morning, cows sold from $30 to $3S
each; spring calves $13 to $15; yearl
ings $16 to $20; corn $6 per acre ; hay
$4 per ton; shoats $3 to $6 each; horses
and ponies $50 to $75. There was a
large crowd present and thc day very
pleasant. H. B. Simons, was the auc
tioneer. Mr. A. Lindley, a practical and ex
perienced druggist, has purchased the
Miller Ball drug store. Mr. Lindley
comes to Red Cloud highly recom
mended and proposes to carry on the
business in first-class order, and do a
strictly legitimate trade. He has al
ready largely increased his stock and
extends-an invitation to the.people to
call and see him.
The Woltz comedy company will
commence a series of entertainments
at the court-house hall, commencing
on Monday evening, Nov. 26. The
play on that evening will be "Dora, or
driven from home," Miss Jennie Woltz
-iiiahestar This company has re
ceived the most flattering noncesrrtmrj
the press every where they have exhib
ited. This will be a rich treat for our
people, and we hope to sec the hall
crowded. Admision, 50c, nothing ex
tra for reserved seats, now on sale at
Cook's drug store.
What is the reason that Red -Cloud'
can not get up some kind of a manu
facturing establishment? We have a
first-class water power and all the rail
road facilities that could be wished.
Why not start a pork packing estab
lishment? Something of the kind
would be a big thing for our growing
city. Our wealthier citizens could
increase their fortunes in a speculation
of this sort. We hope that an effort
will be put forth to secure a manufac
turing establishment or a pork pack
W. F. Hughes, of Texas township,
brought the Public office the other day
a turnip that weighed three pounds aud
thirteen ounces. This year seems to
have been a good one for root ciops.
Clinton (III.) Public.
Yes, we should say so, Bro. Butler,
but Nebraska takes the cake on raising
vegetables, Only a few days ago The
Chief was presented with three field
turnips by Mr. Olmstead, of Inavale
precinct, which weighed from seven to
eight pourids each. How is that for
turnips ? Mr. Robert Hicks also pre
sented our office with a common red
beet that tipped the beam at nearly
eighteen pounds. '
It has been said, and wisely too,
by some of our citizens that Red Cloud
ehoald be better protected from the
ravages of fire. The means at hand
are inadequate to cope with a confla
gration of any magnitude should one
oecur. The subject is worthy the care-
fal consideration ofthe trustees and
Ihechfeens. Self protection is one of
the saiiF-gaards that every -person
should feel interested jnv The Chief
would suggest the formation of a fire
rkrade: jtnd also, that city fathers take
action in reference to the purchase of
.. nre engine at once. juu invesiea
insoMethincofthektnd now mar be
the BiMBa of sa'vregsevevat times that
much in the futusev We hetieve the
people desMnd it.
A HOLIDAY PJKESESrr.
' A pair of beauehs A etruscan gold
braeek-, set wkhsjameti ad 'pearhs
wor i $15 to be given-away tier the cash
pfcchw of the hwgest bW of goods
at Mr- srellogxVfiM tW 30th day ef
November terthe 2tthi day ef Deceaa
bw, 13, provided tbeb tieeeds $
the. above prise isvbii- siMiiiio, at
'Mm. Xellogg's store,, whev'
80A;W I -receive atichet-lwith
purchase; whfchir to 1e held WHa;ha
day of Lb.wk thw7.
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rge travel east over the
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tipreseat. There aiso a
lathe travel west."
i is, havCag his haaas,
tv. i. 4ii;. '
MaKfedtoill the o-
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iey foreaaan of the fouT
i cUy,hae gone east, on,
v . a " c
y. evening. Mr.
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loyo'ot theB.'and M..
met with a ntost ' serious
I vt which he lost a Dortioh of
jfjir. Brown it seeaw ihad
rK cieantne up a- eoaen.
ted borne wifhaifeop that
apart, under his arm. Thw
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jwtoxwhileintheactofj,MkW-Jbw, stti her
k- i a. .i i i
ae tracr, arc cue. not oaserve
ictiine engine which run hia
tt he was aware of its p?e
i'bUbk- his fool ah xhnvm if h lad" i
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company s suraeon, was
ass-todby Dr. Da e'reUV
portion of Jp foot was
He will coHsequentry be
lay off for several weeks-
Eis indeed fortunate in es-
,a crushed foot,, as one step
the track would ao doubt
Mm his life. It wssra
ipe front instant death.
ago the 16tn of.Novesaber",
Natioaal Baak of Bed
onraaissd. aod liceased to
iialhankiag busiiess'ia Ne-
aaviaf become the sucesaso'.
,doag-basineas p Co
i business of theFirt
has been steadily grow-
nt until now it has become
ill and flourifthing basinem
our city, iae more prom-
iBterested in its orgaaisa-
rtx; Messrs E. E. Heote,
r, John Moore and. W.
i, and has the disjunction of
irst.and only natioaal bank,
republican vaHeY. ' Tnei-
i laak has beea .far greater
T 2V - !. -.
rerk aaticipated by its. most
ipaortersTaad to-aayau k
iters aKg-airelasses of
lad.mHvate citiseaer ThedeV
; shows a heakhly stale efl
; upsosac oVeriMCWt
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stockholders, and naturally makes
them. feel good over the result of their
efforts to build up a good business-, so
much so that they have determined to
erect in the spring a large and elegant
banking house, which will be an adorn
ment to growing city. The location of
the building has not yet been
selected, but will in all probability, oc
cupy a sight in the immediate vicinity
of the present building, and with 'the
zeal and general go-ahead that charac
terize the managers, we shall look, for
ward to the erection of aaicc building,
fully equal in design and architecture
of any in this part of the state. The
officers of the bank are : R. E. Moore,
president. John Moore, vice president,
V. W Am hi pr r;ilnpr Tfic Huirv ia
pleased to learn that the fiwt year of
.lie imtmm. a wioivnvt ii utoi m ticil
success aud a financial benefit to its
The Presbytery of Hastings in ses
sion at Bloomington, in April, 18S3
r'w'commendcl the building of a church
edifice, and the establishment of a
female college at Red. Cloud, to the
liberality of the friends of jprestcri
anism. Thc church edifice i now
about enclosed and floor laid,-and rt is
expected to go on steadrff fo cnrtfple
tion. When Jinfahed the town1 has
reason to expect a sefcstantiaf and
comfortable house; and the hope is to;
establish a hard working church.
School Retort! Report of Stillwa
ter school, district' yf, Webster" county.
for the month ending, November 7
"Number of days taught.
Number of Dupils in attendance
Number of girls,
Number of boys,
Number cf days all pupils af
Pupils who misssd'axy jaysy Jeunie
Shirlav, Grace teel, Bertie Shirley. Ol-
he aiurtar. Maaave flhirUv. -f
k Test and Oscar Shirley. '
cthtf buetoess m of
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week to take ae-
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tie a wkL W la lb. lHh.t
hest;. Aser isikckir srttni;-
the tiriie; ft 9aured 1 tl'-n J
bashful be.tUt arV.UMk
tot be as;
ins loved zmmir
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with his. for tl
davas kre he scaindlt
mue aod hat iatended
leth:reUh bw ht ,
was resiened. Tb nay w:
was ia.aa iritab lemood.;
fiict a cosrinlB-tian f-reaiAs
now r iievecsasa-, ae m.
arouad 3Shsrethe;o4d wonwwt.'
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ting th elothethrauwh the I
IMm law had, keen shot out of
TUw. iqestka tBMbt ej
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loetat Mtopocewr vetee'
Xs be spoke the hut wor he
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iato the tab of hot waters
er was amazed, bttU thnr r.l
wau. kw iae answer eat, jii
home kt bis excitesseaC-' E'
Georare" did not hare:
feet of induchif him te-frf5.'
or retracing his steps? said m
ed marriace'eea failed to b.c
aiated. Truly, a- fiw-t heawi
won ir lady '
lima come for thai
die not Tieiinppnsrbly
bcuvo. Oslendfcaoagh, the
makes fhe-mefc and calls' thl
dancinsryou hewb 'Iteetj
on the norwhh'Missi
hie rover exit out Rnn l
"Ciiear or atffm,"- &cl
L change. lt';aVirftri
oi ine ci'y, nu i
to a townsman
the country, vhil
with his- coiins,
buoyant, the spirit
bles over in its -exci1
code of etiquette
guided by good sense
are endowed. The "ho
on such occasions njakti
feel cTnly gratefiu1
garden of their nii
niaillB 2b ItfMiinilU
for in the peefoBce
Webster county N
week cndiHg4 tovl I.
Wn. BWrett Amaf'
Jack Bfovrit. GaiMrl
Xnrfco- Cecehvaev Aqfc M
JMiiwoa erw Belrrr
Hetim rarkir. eo. Al
H. W. Rose: Miss- Fl
In caflmg' feraboVe;' plea
Tertuerf, giving date of list!
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Kansas- Cuy"- to
chance of ears.- Thar
people of' ft
called to the
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to-the-west prac tic
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