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RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, MARCH 2-1, 1884.
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RED CLOUD CHIEF
EVERY FRIDAY BY
A. C. HOSMER.
BATH OF BUBSCRlFTldN:
QA toy. six moauu.
tTraa epy. four Moatht . - SO.
Entered at the PottoBee is Red Cloud as mt
trf the Neond class . .-.
John P. Bayha, County Clerk.
Chas. Busehow, County Treasurer.
Gob. O. Yeiser, County. Judge.
J. XV. Warren. Sheriff.
Chas. W. Springer, Superintendent of
Public Instruction. .
C. P. Rinker. Cofanty Survejtor- i
J.M. Moeena, County Coroner: -Jfc
. J. E. Smith, ) ' -H-
Jacob L. Miller, V County Com.'
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Leading Millinery Stort !
J. A. FOWLER, Fropre!tor.u
f-gr First do6r north of the National
Bank, lied Cloud.
t D. DENNEY M. D., t
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offick and sleeping room over
rr DAMERELL, M..J).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
REd Cloud, Nereaska.
OrricBi Orer the new pono flee.
R. C SCHENCK,
PHYSCIAN and surgeon,
COWLES, NEBRASKA. "
yrofessional calls promptly attended.
Office: At residence near Cowlea. 8-51
-, DENTIST. :
riiieranently located in Red Cloud,
' NpIi.. overStateHauk
fjjsjfr Dr. H. A. Baird,
Frank R. Gump,
a ATTORNEY AT XAW.
A - RET CLOUD. 3T E. . (
CellecUent rceeive Prompt attention.
QrT1CK-.Qvfr th new portofleo bnildicf.
Jf R. CHANEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
5Ute Bank block. Red Cloud, Neb
C. W. KAI.KY. h J- L. Kaley.
i nORNEYSAT LAW.
RED CLOUD. NEB.
'Acents for the B. & W. R. R: Lands
edwin c. hawley,
Attorney At' Law,
red cloud. - " 3eb
V J. S. GILHAM,
rfrrOBTEY AS1 COCSSELOR XT LAW.
Office oppotUt CUy Drug Store.
BED CLOUD.. - NEBRASKA
i Case & McNeny,
' A TT'BNKYS COUNSELORS AT 1,4 W.
A Will Pretlceinall the Comrta ofthwSbite
Bduorthern Kawat. Collectioows welluln.
it4 buiMM W.W1T n CeieBtlr end
3Ttwf OrrtC?:- Fir 4ejr ju.nth of N.t.onal
Mask. p tfir. RP CLOuD. MiH.
State Back of Sei M
RED CLOUD, NEB.
SpelMl Attention Clven to Collec
tion. ' WBEpIORS: .
RMGber. " Mr
K. I. Joae. F. lboblc
Kibt. Y. 81XT.
Buy mid sell Exchange. Make col
lection. Discount Notes and do
General Banking BuMinsw.
Istkrest Allowed on-
On Farm Property !
thern Nebraska and Jforthern
is. at 8k and 9 per cent, interest
Without Commission !
BD CLOUD, NEB.
Of R. L.
Opposite Postofflce. My stock of Furniture and Mortuary Goods,
the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE ever brought to .the
the Republican Vallev and my prices can not fail to please.
fine carriages and
- Of Every Description Manufactured by g
The Red Cloud Carriage Works,
Ira Sleeper, Manager,
We use oulv the lest material the market affords in the niannfacture of our vehicles, and
and thereby lave coined a widespresid reputation for gom! work. Having orked
a life-time at the Imsiuw". we feerJaarninti?d in piaranteeing entire satis
factiuiu "We are also prewired to do all kinds of
Job Work and Repairing !
&c., at the most reasonable priors. All work warranted. None hut the best feprkmnh
. r employed. Your orders are respectfully solicited. -
EP We arc now located in OUR NEW B11ICK RCILDING, where we will'be glad to
see all our friend? and patrons.
Nebraska Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLFS,
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY,
BOlift AT THE LOWEST
Furniture S t ore
Four Doors North State Bank,
RED CLOUD, NEBEASEA.
Furdtnre, Picture Frames,
R. E. HARESNAPE
Jjxb Cloud, Neb.
Qt pai3 for hiJw pelts.
A.T THE OLD EELIABLE
and Undertaking House !
Tinker, Red Cloud',
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS &C.
THE BEST IX THE MARKET AND
Brackets , k, h,
By Patronizing Home you
can always get
At Same Prices !
That you will have to pay for
an inferior article shipped
in from the east. All of
our Buggies are
CLOUD CARRIAGE WORKS
F. A. SWEEZY.
attorney at Law
Blue Hill Bank.
BLUE HILL. WEBSTER CO., NEB.
A General Banking Bninrss Transacted.
Special Cure given to Collections. Farm
Loans at Low Kates. -School Bonds
. Bought and Sold
Kountio Brothers Rankers. New York City
Bank. Omaha Nebraska. If
R. E. Jfoore. Pres't John Moore V. Pres't
. II. Ambler. Cashier
First National Bank
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Transact a generallbanking business, bay and
sell County wrrant. AIo County. Pre
einct and School District bonds. Bay and sell
R. . Moore. . la Johit Jlfoore.
CW.Mosher. . , R.C.Ontcalt
W. N Richardson.
. 3Dxr iaa.
Drugs, Paints, Oils
Notions, Wall Paper, c.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
F. M. HAMAKER,
Now Located at Red Cloud,
Is now prepared to do a general auc
tioneering business, and will attend
and take charge of all kinds of Public
Sales in Webster rind adjoining coun
ties at. the most
Rewonatle Compensation I
Having had fifteen years experience in
this line of business, he feels-warranted
in guarateeing entire Hit&jfkction.
For terms apply to hin at Miner's
Store, before you engage your man.
Telegraph and mail order will re
ceive prompt attention.' Your orders
respectfully solictcdi- 39-3ui-
(Qmtimtedfrom latt werk.)
How Watch Cases are Made.
In 1S75, thirteen men comprised the
entire working force used in the manu
facture of the Jama Boa' GoldWatek Case.
Now over five hundred are employed, and the
number is constantly increasing. The rea
son of tlris increase is this: In the Jamet
Bosf Gold Watch Que all the metal in sight
and subject to wear is solid goldjfihUe tho re
mainder, which only lends strength to the
case, is; of stronger metal than gold,
giving gold where gold is needed, and
strongt elastic metal where strength and
elasticity are needed, a combination pro
ducing a watch case better than solid gold
and at one-haw the cost. -ju3ijig.
Over 200,000 of these cases gfc
have been sold, and every jeweler in tho
country can testify to their quality and
merit. Ltowgtoic, Mich-Deo. 5, isa
E. W. Marsh, of the Dtmotrai. bought a Jas. Boa
Gold Watch cue 18 years am. and carried it until a
ahort time ago, whea 1 rurchiaed it, and sold it to a
customer. TbecaBeaboiretlnoeiKusof wear.except
that natural to any case, and I am satisfied can be
safelyRU&ranteodfnratlcMttenreaniiiioze. I have
sold the James Bows' GoldWatch Case for many years,
and the parties who bouifbt the first ones are carry,
tag them to4ay, as well satisfied as thouph they had
bought a solid gold case costimrrtficethemoney. I
regard them aa (he only cases of this kind a jeweler
should sell who desires to give his customers the
worth of their money or values his reputation.
Wv J. Ccbhwat, JmUr.
Barf iMtSM, to BstHsm Wat Caw factorta, MUs.
aWsala, ralMrataii niartnte FaataUrtikawlBghaw
' aaa aiynii Watfk bw an
When you come to think of it, it la not
odd that literary people prefer a pipe to a
cigar. It is handier to smoke when they
are writing, and cer so much cleaner.
And then it gives them tho true essence
and flavor of the tobacco.
The most fastidious smokers among all
nations and all classes of men agree that
the tobacco grown on the Oolden Tobacco
Belt of North Carolina ia the most delic
ious and refined in the world. lighter
than Turkish, more fragrant than Havana.
freer from nitrates and nicotine than any
other, it is Jnt what the connoisseur
praises sad the habitual smoker demands.
The very choicest tobacco grown
oa this Belt is bought by Black,
well's Durham Tobacco Co.. and
appears in their celebrated Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco. It is
known the world over.
Get the genuine,withBull
trade-mark, then you will
be sure of bavin abso
lutely pure tobsooo.
On and after this date,
General Mercliiflii:c, i:.
Don't forget that they
going to be sold at
J. t. MILLER,
HARNESS' COLLARS, SADDLES,
WHIPS. COMBS, BRUSHES.!
And everything usnally kept in a first
Two doore north of 1st Nat. Bank-
RED CLOUD, NEB;
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The Red Cloud Chief.
A. C. HOSMER,
FRIDAY, MARCH 21. 1884.
Gowas for Jadge.'
David Dudley Field, a fa'm'ous New"
York lawyer, in behalf of the New York
Bar Association, has asked the judge
of the Court of Appeals of that State to
wear gowns' hereafter, similar to' those'
in use among Episcopal clergyman, and
which" indeed ia the uniform of all En-,
glish judges ns well as the justices of
the Supreme Court ofihe United States.
It has also' been propose'efihat when'
judges enter a court rob mr the lawyers"
and all others within its.waltfwhall rise'
and stknd uncovereountil lixey are'
seated. It is thought that thB greater"
respect thus shown to judges, and the"
sense of sacredness wjich will thus at
tach to the office, woulrf raise the tone
of ourjudiciary and improve the morale'
of the bench. iT
Solid Facta aid Logic.
The Bessemer steel rail manufactur-'
ers of the United States have already
closed contracts for from five to six hun
dred thousand tons of rails to be deliv
ered within six months at an average
price of thirty-five dollars per ton.
While in 1870 and prior to that time
railroad builders were compelled to pay"
English manufacturers from$110to$116'
pcrton for thesamekindofrails. Thus,
has the high protective tariff on steel
saved this country millions of dollars
besides fostering and building up an
industry in which millions of money is
invested and employment furnished to'
thousands of laborers whose daily'
bread must come from the fertile farms
of the west. Will Dr. Miller or the
Free Trader please demonstrate where
in this has been a robbery upon the
American people and draw free trade
logic therefrom? Wahoo Tribune.
It is now said that the house of tho
future will be of glas. The manufac
ture of that transparent material h'as'
reached such perfection, thalfc it is
claimed a glass house would be super
ior in every respect to one of wood,
brick, or stone. Glass can be cast in
any shape and in blocks of any size
It is quite as hard and durable and
would not be more costly than granite.'
It will take any color and be made to'
imitate very perfectly any knowa preV
cious stone. The proverb about the
the danger of throwing precious stone.'
The proverb about the danger of throw
ing stones in glass houses is a mistaken
one, for huge cobble stones would not
hurt the material under consideration.
What a splendid sight would be a city
of glass ! How it would sparkle in the"
sunlight and reflect all the colors of the
rainbow ! Some of our young readers
may live to see not one but many cities
of which the houses will be' rriainly of
A World Wants Proof.
"The proof of the pudding is the eat-
ing thereof," aud not in chewing the:
string that tied the bag. Therefore,
take Dr. Jones's Red Clover Tonie. It'
cures all blood disorders, torpid liver,
sick headache, costiveness, and all dis-
eaees ot the urinary organs. The best'
appetizer and tonic known. Sold by
A. Lindley, 50 cents a bottle
Griggs' Glycerine Salve
The best on earth can truly be' said"
of Griggs' Glycerine Salve, which is a
sure cure for cuts.' bruises, scalds,
bums, wounds; and all other sores.
Will positively cure piles, tetter and
all skin eruptions. Satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded. Only 25'
cents. For sale by A. Lindley.
Notwithstanding- Mother ShiptonV
dire prediction, the world still exists.
The people will live longer if they use
Dr. Bigelow's Positve f ure, which sub-"
dues and conquers cdng hs, colds, con-
sumption-, whoopfnfc cough, and all
diseases of the loltes. For Droof call-
at A. Lindley's drug store and eet a
bottle free I
These are Solid' Facta.
The best blood- purifier and system
regulator ever placed within the reach
of suffering humanity, truly is Electric
Bitters. Inactivity of the liver; bill
iousness, jaundice, constipation, weAk:
kidneys, or any disease' of the urinary
organs, or whoever requires an appetiz
er, tome or mild. stimulant, will always
find Electric Bitters the best and only
certain cure known. They act surely
andqtiickly, every bottle jruaranteed
to give entire satis faction1 or money re-'
ndSd--S?,d atrfifti' centea bottl. by
KenfyCook 4 "
Backtabs Araica Salve.
The greatest medical wonder of the"
world. Warranted to speedily cure"
Burns,Bruises, Cuts, Ulc'ert, Skltrheum
Fever Sores, Cancers, Piles; Chilblains.:
Corns, Teeter, Chapped Hands, and all
skin eruptions, guaranteed to cure in1
every instance or money refuutled:
25 cents per box. For Bale bv
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