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The Red Cloud Chief.
'ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $1.50 A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF.
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1884.
RED CLOUD CHIEF
EVERY TKIDAY BY
A. C. HOSMER.
HATES OF FUUSCR1VTI0K:
Ctc copy. on year.
One copy. ik months. - -
One copy, iur months. - Mt.
Entered at tbu I'oftoSie in Red Cloud as mat
ter of the eicond clus.
John I Bavha, County Clerk.
Cliiis. Busi-how, County Treasurer.
Geo. O. Y-ier, County Judge.
J. W. Warren, Phcriri".
Clias.W. Splinter. Superintendent of
C. 1. Rinker, County Surveyor.
J.M. Moseini. County Coroner.
J. E. ?mith, )
Jacob L. Miller, v County Com.
Jno. McCallutn. j
" Business Directory.
bafing Ulfiaery 8to
J. A. FOWLER, Propreitor.
JT First door north of the National i
Bank. Kd Cloud
T D. DEXXEY jT. I)., .
niYFl CIAS' AND SURGEON.
Opncn and sleeping room over
CuokV druc More.
n DAMEKELL, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Rud Cloud, Neuraska. j
OrriCir Oisr the new ptoi5c.
PHYSCIAN AND SURGEON,
Profoesional calls promptly attended.
Orncv.: At residence near Cowles. 8-51
Isporaianently loc.td in Red Oond.
Neb., ovei S'te Bank. !I:3m
1 Dr. H. A. Baird,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Frank R. Gump,
4VTTOUSSY AT ZAW.
liED CLOUD. NE:'.
Collections r"pMTe Prompt attention.
0rio Ovr the nog poMofUca hnildiny.
- R. CHANEY,
ATTORNEY' AT LAW.
gtntc Bwnk block. Red Cloud, Noh
C. W. Kaley. J. L. ICiLEY.
TTORNEYS AT LAW.
KED CLOUD, NEB.
Acnt for the B. &. M. R. B. Land
edwin c. hawley,
Attorney At Law,
RED CLOUD. - - NEB
J. S. GILHAM,
ft TTOIiKEY A5D COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Officr oppotite City Drvg Store.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA
0. O. C' . J i. McNony
Case 8c McNeny,
TTOP.NEYS A COUNSELORS AT HW.
J V.ill uraNCtici in 11 the Cflurts of thiStat
tui nurtbern ICns. Conpc'iin well a? lit
jjatfcd bnninci crefally nJ eBeicn'lT attend
J to. Ornr:- First lor with of National
Bnnk. tan stair. RED CL'0D. NEB.
Etati M i M Glsi
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Special Attention CIven to Collec
fl Oarber. I.erl Moora,
JL 1). Jontw. T. E. Ooblo.
Buy nnd Pell Exchanj;e. Make eol
lriions. Discount Notes and do a
General Banking Bujinees.
Interest Allowed ox all Time
L OA i i S !
On Farm Property ! .
n Southern Nebraska and Northern
I Kansas, at Si and y per cent, interest
Without Commission !
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A U UI All
Of R. L. Tinker, Red Cloud,
Opposite Postoffice. My stock of Furniture and Mortuary Goods, is
the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE ever brought to the
the Republican Vallev and my prices can not fail to please.
R. L- TINKER.
Dl m - irsrs -
Come and Obtain
Two Doors North,
Nebraska Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATH, SIIINGLFS, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AC.
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY', THE BEST IN THE MARKET AND
NOILD AT TIf E XOWEST PRICES.
Four Doors North State Bank,
JRED CLOU D.
hmim, Fi&tirs Ims,
R. E. HARESNAPE
urn. h .01
Red Cloud, Neb.
dth zii for hide L telt;
-. . i ! i - ' ,
AT THE OLD EELIABLE
sun lliifippffilfmrr Hniica
tiam tpi.uui i&ivBBig ggy?yau B
OCK AID LO
Prices before you buy
a Specialty of
- -- fr
f Bk R
2 fillip vup umup ggUUI
will you come, why don't you come.?
of the State Bank.
hix, L, k,
R. A. SLMPSON.
F. A. SWEEZY.
Attorney at Law
sue m EsanK.
SIMPSON & SWEEZY,
BLUE HILL. WEBSTER CO., NEB.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Special Care Kivcn to Collection?, Farm
Loans at Low Kates. .School 15onda
Uouitht and Sold
Konntso Brothers Bankers. New York City
Bank. Omaha Nebraska.
Infants and Children
Whnt Rive? our Children rosy cheeks, '
What curi their fevers, makes thm sleep;
When B.ih!e: frrt. nnd err br turns.
"What cures their coXc, kills their omm.
tltnt quicklr curr Constipitfoa.
Sour Stomach, Colds, Indigestion :
Farp'ell then to Morphine Prraps,
Castor Oil and J'aresoric, anil
" Costoria. is ho well adapted to Children
that I recommend it a3 superior to any medi
cine known to me." IT. A. Aecheh, M.D
111 So. Oxford St.. Brooklyn. N. Y.
Am altolate cure for Rbea
matism. Sprains. Pain in the
Back. Burns, Gall, Ac. Ania
stantaneons Pain reliever.
Land Office at I'loomington Neb. Feb. 16, 1884
Notice !a hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Clerk Dis
trict Court. Webster county, at Ked Cloud, Neb
on Monday, March 31. 1884. vii:
DANIEb D. HULL.
on H'd No. 10.21G. for the west half north-west
quarter sec 8. town 2 N It 9 west. He names
the following witnesses to prove his continuous
rrsidencn noon and cultivation of said land. vi
William Gny and Perry Ncrris of Guide Koek.
Neb.. Adoiphus ! Bon ofmboy Neb.. John i)
Schenek of fowler
febi:-mrhlS. S. AV. SWIlER. RecUter.
(Qmtinuedjrom last week.)
How Watch Cases are Made.
This process of manufacture was invented
by James Boss, who started in business in
1854, and the methods and tools used in
making these watch cases are covered by
patents. Tliis is the only watch cate made
under this process. For many years the in
troduction of these goods was slow, owing
to popular prejudice against "plated" goods,
but gradually the public learned that !ho
James JJoss Gold Watch Case was not a
cheap gold-washed or electro-plated article,
but was made of genuine gold plates of
tiandard quality and thicl:nes. Conscientious
adherence to the determination to make
the best watch case ever put on the market,
and the adoption of every improvement
suggested, has made the James Boss Gold
Watch Case the standard. jatM
In this watch case the parts Ow
most subject to w car the fcotr, croira, hinges,
thumb-catches, etc., are made of solid gold.
Brad t mat ataap to Krjtloaa Watch Cm Tularin. FaUa.
aVIphia. Ta , for tuadwiur IIIaitratd PaaiphUtihowlaf haw
aaaua Com aad Kr;tcn. Watch Caao are mada.
(To be continued.) t
F. M. HAMAKER,
Now Located at Red Cloud,
If? now prepared to do :i general auc
tioneering business, and will attend
and take charsje of all kinds of Public
Sales in Webster and adjoining coun
ties at the most
Bgasode tep;.tiu !
Having had fifteen years experience in
this line of huMtiess. ho feels warranted
in guarateeing entire satisfaction.
For terms apply to him at Miner's
Store, before you engage your man.
Telegraph and mail orders will re
reive prompt attention. Your orders
respectfully solicted. 29-3m
On and after this date,
Don't forget that they
going to be sold at
' Saaixex laa.
Drugs, Paints, Oils
Motions, Wall Paper, fcc.
JT, j .
Red ClOUCs, - Nebraska
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The Red Cloutj Chiefs
A. C. HOSMER,
FRIDAY, FEB. 29. 1884
REST IX PRAYER.
BY AKCHD. THOMSON.
To pray is to abk,
'lo sisk is to pray ;
The dutiful task
Solicits each day.
Prayer, fervid and deep,
Like Daniel's of Yoie,
I certain to reap
All asked for, and more.
The specific need
The Saviour has taught,
The father will heed
"When earnestly sought.
A chain of requests
Whose links are of sand,
And scores of behests,
Xo blessings command.
The King w:ts he near,
I mean face to face,
Much less would we hear
Of words common place.
In presence so bright
We'd hardly neglect
To use words aright,
And yield more respect.
A pharisee's prayer
Has little avail ;
Or articulate air
The Throne to assail.
The publican smites
At corruption within ;
The Saviour requites
With pardon of bin.
To the Temple once came'
The One and the Other,
It needs not to name
The justified rather.
The two mites were small,
But small in amount,
Yet help'd after all
The widow's account.
Or feeling, emotion,
Is but the fruition
Of zealous devotion.
And cannot supply
Principles or facts
To believe edify,
Oi guide moral acts.
But most of us pray,
Yet hardly enough,
And much that we say
Is only mean stuff.
The words we thus say,
Then more let us heed,
And prudently pray,
To get what we need.
Some pray very fast,
Some tardily go,
Some rush like si blast,
Some humble and low.
But some to make known
Their ardent request,
Just like si cyclone
Go their very dead best.
Some formal and proud,
Have all cut and dry,
Some desil it out loud,
While some arc quita shy.
With some the words run
Like beads from a thread,
The yarn they have spuiij
By note they have said.
Some mean what they say,
And others mean naught,.
Some have little to say,
Or much sis they ought.
Y"et say as we we will,
To pray is still right,
Then 'let us pray still.
Noon, morning and night.'
But not to e n harass
Any good brother,
Xo more than another, "
I, my criterion,
Took pains to prepare, "7 v
Which shows P-r-e-s-b-3'-t-e-r-i-a"n'-Is
A $20 BIBLE PPJZE.-.
The publishers of Rutlegde's Month
ly ofl'er 12 valuable rewards in their
Monthly for March, among which-ig-
the following. Cfa
We will give $20.00 to the'person tel
ling us which is the middlie vese of
the Gospel of St. Matthew, as recoWad
in the New Testemeht Scriptur-(not;
the New Revision. )by March lOth1834.
bliould two or more correct answers
be received, the rewsird will be divided
The money will be forwarded v to the'
winner March I5th. 1884. Persona try
ing for the reward must send 20 cents
in silver (no postage stamps token)
with their answer, for which they will i
receive the April Monthly, in wnich
the name and the correct answer will"
be published, and in which several
e(i Addre-. Rnitri t uJ' i.. Xr"
L AU5if3 KUtledge PubllihinK CoB
.JPany astQU, Pa, "f T
i fii rewards will be offer--
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