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The Red Cloud Chihf
A. C. HOSMER, - - Propilotoi
kkida'y. .skitkmijek fa issn.
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We :u; author. 7il to ..iuiu!tv tlie 'ijune of
.1. I'.Al.I.a. .ic;i!Kii.!.il.' for the otltrcol filer
ill ot Vtt't uui.t. Hilijift to tli: !cci-j!t of
the ltujdihllcan oiihty eoiiienlloii.
.1 II l'i:J!.MAN uiUl-:t camli'iate for tie-
ot Slif-rJlt ot Webster "OHMtv. uH'l to
t:- u'-:l' f the l!"iuM!Mi nih;. eo.i:nita.
to be litU! (.-toi.-r 1. im5.
):k;im!'.i: i m.j:i-.
ltv ijtiiit ! m-oiy iiifiti v.e are :iwllxr-li'-'l
to :iii!i(uii( the liciiK' : J'ilIN 1'.
HA VIIA a a eaielhlat.- :.r the : nt lei-i-ta
I ilvl of Wlil"i eoint. siibjert to til'
-v'tlon of tl' n-jHitiii-;iii 'iiHty otr.t'tttiii
t- t-j held lti it.-J CloieJ. October i. J&.
riitxn f-LiMifj.": i:nhnt.
t V.'. hl'IClNOlCi: v.iIIJk? a randltUtte helore
lb'. !-jiiill!-uiioiitj Hr.'ntJiii tolie lieM m
Itot ('iihkI. (tto1i-r l. 1-.'.. Jor ollire of Stijei
Ii teiali'til ol i'ubnc Instiucikrii ol V.slt4Jt
Vt'circ atltJHirJ" to amioiiacu tiieaiiw o
11. li.iloNI'ri" a- a rauaitlatc for tlir oke ot
tll,t tniiMIMT lf Vf!itT coimtv. ti-.'t to
Mi-a'llo:i ol !'n rfpuMivn:! touuty tmncntioa.
lolnr 1, 1kC.
rollC'il.Nl V Jt'IHllL
P. A. sVKirA.iri!lii.- lllll.vstll lw a miMll-!kU-J'r
tin- o::lc- of I'oiititv .IiHtRc of V.VlrtJ-r
oimi'..ul.j-i't .to tJi ili-cl-ilim of Uiu lUHwWicnu
.OUUlV COllfC.tloll, OcttjK"r 1. l."3J.
'. IfijlH-Ht of IlUIMlTOUS otTH Of IJas3Ilt
UIU ir'rjwt v.'l an; autliorircil to aimoutirt; lli
i .iai"of 1. I- TKt'NKilV as a t-amtitlati-TortLf
ulllf' of county noiiittiMlMm r ot Wi-liMt-r countj
sul.Jirt to th- action of tit- tfii:lJkaii county
t'onwntloti, October 1. JfS.
ron cor.N" I . sritvri on.
I r -ijiccifullj aiiiioinic' nns'-H a camliilat'- tor
tl:v oflW of f'oMHty Sur.ejor. -.iibji-r-t to the ae
tloii of the ii'iul)llean county i'oiientloii.
r. r. Ki:i:i.
Our friend i xhonld not forgot tliat
Tmi: Cnri:r oJIVt." to all nuw nbHctibor-.
tor onn yc.ir in utfrancu, and all old
trim wbo pay back accounts and a
year in advance tbree premium', viz.
one silver wnteb, oik; silver ca-tor, om
not of silver forkd. Kitber of the pte
ininms is beveral timed tlie value of a
yeans mbficription. Tbe diuwini; of
premiums will take place January J,
1 Sf)G. Don't for-t.
En. You.v; baa j;one west.
Tiik fair rotind-s are now fenced.
F. ItuAimiiuoK liart returned from
Mu. F It. Gi'Mf in on tbe ick list
A t..K(JE number citizens Are goini:
to tbe .-tate tair tbis week.
V. II. Fi.aus was in Beatrice last
week, uttendini; tbe reunion.
A: soTHKi: watermelon added to'llli:
Ciiikf's outfit by Ellsworth Tbenuas, of
Tiik unti-monop. brethren bave le -Vled
to bold a county convention,
October 2, ISS5.
piunk: Vtkins, of The Times, IMue
II ill, toppd over Saturday in tbe
capitol.enioute for Indianola.
C. H. lIosroKD has Rone to Lincoln.
wber' be will bave on exhibition borne
f.no l'l mouth Kock poultry.
E. F Ft:us lost his pension certifi
cate. If any one has found il they
win please leave it :il this otlice and
They bave been excavating tbis week
lor a cellar' where Henry Cook will
put his veneered brick btote. north of
Hikam Hicks, whilo at Ucatriec, was
-obbed of $7 and his ticket, by pick-
ockcts. The rest of Red Cloud ol
imo all ri:ht.
.'im Minp.h has returned home from
'ahfurnia. While in Utah, Jim is said
o have broken bread with the Mor
mon Elders. How is it, Jim ?
Tip: CiUKF would suggest the name
J II. Kemshcrg as a candidate tor
io office of county coroner. Mr.
emsberg would make a good officer.
T:trs"KKY fc Scott will sell seventy
i oiul of cattle on the 24th. at their
-anch near Atnboy. Terms, ix tnonth.
lime. See their advertisement in this
Fkok. Smith, who nssissted in hold
ing the teachers institute recently, was
in Ked Cloud Saturday. He has been
MigageJ as principal of the Guide
Mus L. M. Pierce, of Medina, Ohic,
.ie tnotiier of Mrs". Howard, Mrs. Sher-
fl' Warren, and A. 1. Tierce, who was
ported as dying, is recovering,, we
e glad to learn.
'.' H. PorrEi: and wife, and Chas.
lviscbow and wife, and A. Lauterbaeh
d wife, were in Lincoln this week
'tending the state fair. L- 11. ltust
' iNo in Lincoln.
: x ; another place in to-day's Cn:r.F
oe ftiuud a call for the precinct
: - -naries. Every voter should be out
Lnke part in the election and se-
iv n of delegates.
Mks. C. E. Wood lost her gold watch
Friday evening, but fortunately
tyered it on Saturbay morning near
e residence of Mr. C. E Kcnahon
:re sue nan ueeu attending the
; ..ptist social.
.4 Tiik people of Webster county are
'ious for township org.mtz.ition. and
n. petition will be gotten up to submit
:'i proposition to the people at the
' ning election. In some counties of
f -.t-ttc the proposition has met with
t..ior and in other counties it is no
; "y rpreciated" How the people
ac-IvI iike the change m Webster
cr.mty, an only be found out by a
tnrti of the supervisor system. It will
jp e an expense of something liko
$-J0v to make the change.
EVENTS OP IKE TCSSK.
Re: Ci.orn was well represented at
Beatrice this hot wwt.
Mit?. B. F. Mizi.lt Ihis been (i th
bi.l: li.t fur a fun da;..s.
Cli. r.u.V Foi'.T, :i brother of L. If., is
is in tho city on busmen.
A. W. Coi-i.MM) and o are' its
Kan-a pro-pecing for laud.
Miss Kmm Brown, of Chicago. U-
linois i vishinj; Mrs. A. L. Mitchell.
I.Kv: Mooitn. "uu h.ae Iieen in Iov.ti
for ruveriti week.-, rcittrnud home thi-
Mi:.--. V.'x. iicrrxuncLn.of Ijeariaton,
Ii!a.. is vi.sitinjj tier brother II. V.
Tin: new chool boildiajj will soon
bo cicct'il, :bu brick work having beon
Jet to II. t Co.
Don't furjjc: that f-'auirday i jmy
day in tijo Homestead, lUtihling and
Tiik IlHptiat roeiablu at Mrs. C. Jl
i'eru-on'a was a very pleasant, event
last Frida evening.
Il:y. E. iJoKssr, of nine Hill
preaebed in the Presbyterian church
!aM Sunday morning.
Ki.v. J. L. Lowke, u? Harvard, oc
cupied the pulpit of the I'rehbyterian
cburcb last Sunday evening.
Uev. llv&KU of Urd, 'cb.,de!ivereI
an excellent lecture on the life of Grurt
at the eour'.-botHe Mond.ty nignt.
I' 11. LvxY, wlio has been repairing
the Gregg & Kyer elevator at tbe
depot, lot-, about oom;!cie-J tbe job.
Iti.v. J. L. Lowti:. of Harvard, will
preach in the I'rc-byterian cburcb
next Sunday, morning and evening.
W. .Jo-sj:i.vv( our genial train agent,
wbo has been on a bunting expedition
for about two week.-, bus returned
It Micni' to us that the rents in Reil
rioud hbould be lowered a trifle to
keep in pace with tbe condit'on of the
A.T. Avkiw and wife, of Tennessee
are again in ebraska after an absence
of about onejvear. They will remain
in Xebia-ka about two months.
IloitKirr Gi.; and Mr-;. Lina M.
Frot, were united in marriage by llev.
(Jen. Yeier, on the I (th of September,
Ihf, all of U-iborne count , Kas.
S. A- LK.(.fi: ami I). l Sheeka. old
vel'. at pre-ent ivsi lents of Hitchcock
county took in the sights of Id Cloud
while homeward bound from the Ke
union. W11.1. Mosnnn has sold his residence
on Sewaid .-.Meet to Mr. .1. F. Winter
and will go west to hunt up a location
to go into business. Tin: C'iiikf wishe
Fi:iiy and Saturday tlio firemen's
enteitainmentH lake place, September
LS and I'J. Tbe boys are making
strenuous elfoils to bae tb fine.-t en
tertainments that has ever been
to the Ked Cloud public.
Lvr Sunday Til : Cm r,r and family
visited John Parke? and family at their
handsome farm four miles west of the
( ity. John is settmg his farm into
nice .shape and will soon bave as fine a
farm a? there is in Webster tvtintv.
Tin: farmer.s are rejoicing over the
prospects for excellent crop. Everv
place you may go you will find an
abundance, and consequently the
farmer is happy, and Tin: Ciukk i
pleased to see the farmers on tbe high
road to wealth.
Two or three genuine cowboys, suen
as used to haunt the Republican Val
ley a few years back, were in the city
on Friday. A real cowboy ba-j become
quite a novel ight in Red Cloud, al
though it has been but a btt!o while
since they moved west.
Tin: gnnd lodge of Qdd Fellow
meets in Ila-ting on October 23. !:-io.
Tbis is expected to be one- oi the larg
gest attended lodges ever held in the
state. Red Cloud Lodge So. G-l will
probably attend in a body, as will tbe
other lodges in the county.
Vrr.sTi:i: county will have one of the
best fair- that has ever taken place in
the Yallev. on the 7th. Sth and 9th of
October. Everything is being done to
make it a success that possibly can be.
Let the people do their part ami the
county will have had a fair that they
can look back upon with pride.
Shorty Watkins, of the lUue Hill
limes, was in the citv this week j
Shorty wont duck hunting while here
and bagged a couple of Colorado rab
bits. He say- be is harder to fill up
than n democratic, editor Thomas, of
the Holdrege Republican, ami King,
of the Red Cloud Helmet, take notice.
School opened Monday with an un
usually large attendance, there being
fully 360 children on the first day. I:
will be the aim of Prof. Picking to give
the children every opportunity to ad
vance and become efficient in their
studies, and his experience for many
vears in the school room especially fits
him for that purpose.
Tiik following suggestive lines were
found on the door of a dugout on an
abandoned claim in Scott county,
IVot to Water.
M .MIlos to Ffl.
Inches to H I.
U0l Hul-sOci: IIoms.
J. H. Smith and wife, of Red Cloud,
have been in our county for -everd
days, visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Kim
sey. Mr. Smith has been kind enough
to accomodate the real estate firm of
Presson it K;r with his team to trans
port emigrants to Eureka Park, Col.
Mrs. Smith is a sister of T. C. and of
course upon her arrival T. C. by her
request, slaughtered the fatted calf,
and the Prodigal, not tipping the scales
at any less than 325 lbs. partook heart
ly of the proffered element to sustain
j life. Benkclman Flower.
Hon. J. S. Qiuhxv. was in
Mr. M wnk. of lowa. h visiting C. IJ.
C'roni thJ vrack.
John AMnn tlio CAthcrioti Ulii
inj, ua.-. in toKii tin wi-eV.
T. J. Htvi.vj:hoi;:. of Illinoi:, ait oU!
fHffiI f I'ruf. l'ickitii:. j? in Uju city.
The U t .M jmv cir ul :he litirti
of Ui nulronl 1mt happy oi ;be i4th.
j VMtmA McXKsr hare Wight the
j Jr.ke SeJJcrs iisot ittiii lire irnproyuig
H J. W'alkkh hu! it $75 hore kiiUJ
: on V.'cJaesday, by boin hooked 13 si
j K. W". Ca.ck, of 2"ew York, brother
j o Hot. 0- C. Gis;, i- visiting in the
j Thi: social l Mrs. Geo. i:. (.Jntes on
i Mmdy evening win ft srAJ SRC
V. W. CAKPMtie and wife, zwl Geo.
Holland ami "ft tie, were in Lincoln this
1;. W. Sttto"? who has been oa the
sick list for some two or thro week
pt U recovering.
Joiissr YotJVi, the onierp"uing
merchant of ki?ertou. was in l!d
Rkv. G. L. Lmvcit will nreach morn
ing and evening in tbe Congregational
church. Everybixly invited.
Mas. M. Albbimit returuc-! from
i in-worth thk week, where nbe has
been visiting her son, Lew Albright.
II rry Feiuiit, J. S. Rothroek, W.
X. Richardson, A. A. Pope, and many
other Rrd Cloud people are in Lincoln
Rev. IlA'vVf.r.r bought the Commer
cial house and will move it onto his
lot.- wc st of the Traders Lumber yard
on Fourth Avenue.
Hon. .J. L. Ku.ey and wife, who
been visiting in the east .'or several
weeks, have returned to Gmi's country,
and very glad to get home.
Rev. G. W. Hcmmem. went to con
ference this week. The goxl brother
baa been preaching for the Methodists
south of the river for .-ix year.
1). C. Sa-h, one of the editors of the
defunct Holdrege Equity, w,is in tbe
city on Wednesday before the pension
board, as an applicant for a pension.
II . Pvok and Peter kasquire, of
Alma, I). C. Nash, of Holdrege, and a
Mr. Douglas, of Nu-kolls county, were
before the pension board Wednesday.
The Baptist A.-sociatiou and Sunday
cbool convention have been in se-ion
this week in Red Cloud, at the Baptist
Church. Tbe-ie meetings are always
ol great interest to the church, and its
). G. Wu.kku and family go in a
mouth or thereabout., to Victoriv
British Columbia, to io,ide for at lea.-t
I a ear, to vi.sit iri ' uher, who is na
val inspector for Her rii;sty 3 gov
ernment at that point.
Tin: Qui rjv fire Jenarlmeut l."ve
had some line scenery painted fo4
their entertainment entitled: "The
veteran of 1S!2, or ICe-iah and the
scout." Everybody should turn out
ami help the boys out on their fir.st ap
pearance. H. I. Coxvkkss formerly with the
Jones tt Magee lumber Company of
Red Cloud, was in the citv this week
on a plea-ure tour, while his visit in
Kan.-.i.-. Mr Converse is now ea-hier
in the Pi.;tt Valley Bank at F.eUwnod.
Nebraska. He thinks Red Cloi 1 h ts
made --ome wonderful changes.
Tin: Republican voter nf Red Cloud
pre :inct are hereby notified tli.it the
primary election for said precinct will
take place at he court-house in Red
Cloud, on Saturday, September 26.
1SS5, and the transaction of such other
busine-ri as may come- before such
J. S. Gii.iiam, Committeeman.
Hon. W. ;. Tvn.01:, of (Julhertson
who has represented Hitchcock
county in the st ite legislature for the
past two or three terms, tairied in
Red Cloud a short time while on hi
way homeward from the Beatrice Re
union. .Mr. Taylor is a 'ypical western
gentleman ami justly popular xith
the people of the western fionticr.
The Chief takes pleasure thi- week
in ushering tne "Hughes Boys" of De
Witt muniy. Illinois, into the news
papurworld the luung purchased the
Clinton tlilinoi-) lirflisirr. The boys
are old time friends of The Chief and
w wish them success in the newspaper
world, knowing that they have
the ability to get up a first class news
paper, the only o! jection is the bovs
belong to the democratic party.
John M. Snowdilv an old time Pitts
burger and a veteran of the late un
pleasantness, having served his coun
try honorably during the war of the
Rebellion, visited this city last week.
Mr. S. is a fine scholar and i excel
lent pensinan. We learn lie is a can
didate for the otlice oi Recorder of
Deeds in Hitchcock county the county
of his adoption. We trust the peonle
oi t hat rapidly crowing part of the
stute uill cast their ballots in his favor
as he ;is eminently qualified to fill
the position to which he aspires.
The teachers of Webster county met
at the school house in Red Cloud k-u-t
Saturday. Bu: a few were present.
Th e exorcises were interesting oeing
made so by the presence of Prof Smith
of the Guide Rok Schoo's. Several
topics of interest were discu-sod and
arrangements tor the next meeting
were made. Miss Myra Brewer w.ia
elected secretary and Miss Eva J. King
was added to the executive commute.
The next meeting will bj held at Red
Cloud the second Saturday in October,
at which the principals of our graded
schools will be present and a rich treat
y.iu I. KxiBtc i- vw.ng in Gute.
Go 10 J. N. Rirkard for farm lon
Go t? J- . R:ckrdVtor farm lout.-
Jim Potteh is abdotit on n un dvi
Fmxk Quioijet, dcpair P. M, was
in lancoln tht week.
Oi.iveu Dowxs cot back afire (rout
the reunion, on ilwulay,
?Air.unr WjiRars UttAt a esmty man
to Lincoln 0:1 Monday mgaL
A. 1. PAmoft ud wif $tre expocted
iiuine Uib Week foin bw.
AxoTHl.a lo4 of fresh gfvictrks .S
Biii bird's tip town hiu-k &tm.
Thi. iargpt Uxrk of tindervar xn
the comity at tbe Goklen E;le.
Rev. Cuiss will preadi at the
Metbndit chnrch next Sunday fit 1 1
The GoldfnS-gledomif store will
goon move to tbe new store bail; by iu
A. CaKF8LL. Kc public n Valley
Biviicn Superintendent of she B. A.
M.. wa in the city Monday.
J. I. U'.tjia. our genial count? clerk
and a candidate Ur Register .f Deeds
was doing tbe itate fair this week.
Ki. T'akess ha- r tamed from
Council Blulls, Iowa. briitKiuR with
him his wife's sister, Mies Lucy Par-
W. IIorcuTox, A neon Higby. D.
Zerwekh, Geo. ycng, and L. II. Wal
lace weiQ doing the state lair this
Divini: service will !e held in the!
Catholic church, at Red Cloud, on
Sunday, the 20 instant, Joseph Clery,
f I. Si'anooi.k. treasurer of the
Western Implement Company, of Ked
Cloud. Xen., wa? iu the city IVday.
Wtareg?ad m le&m thut J. Hi
Remilerg's bearing w slightir improv
ing. Tbis will lie gratifying news to
his ninny friends in this county.
Tiik young ladies who go water mel
on "conning" and making a peep show
of other people's houses ought to be
ashamed of themselves. Tats should
not happen again.
The Chicago, Nebraska, Kansas it
.Southwestern lias been surveyed
through PlainvilL, an 1 by next spring
the cars will be running to our city.
I'htinville i linole th.) Rrr-.L
Or:: genial friend Jul. Wiener 'nan
embarked in the news and stationery
business with Walter Kleeman. The
firm arc enterprising young men and
possess the necessary vim to win sue-
Tiikrj: will be a Sunday sch ool con
cert and necktie social at the Ash
Creek school house under tbe au.-pices
of the M. K. Church, Friday evening,
September 25. Refreshments will lc
Ocii fiiend, W. H. Ludlow, senior
proprietor of tbe Red Cloud brick
yards, h.s gone ba'k to Indiana on a
four weeks vi-it after a stay in Nebras
ka of many yers. Tin: Ci:rK ni-los
hiiu a very pie tiant journey aud visit.
I). IS. .I'nk;i.e. president of i'm
Western Implement Conit'iny. recent
ly organized in this city, l?0. f.-r tiie
'.vest this wei-K, to e.-tal.hsh --: ra'
... i. e.
new m.us- lor li.s rump my. on "-W
Obrrlin branch of the B. it il". .
In our columns to-day we announce
the name of F. A. Sweery. of Blue !J:!l
as a candidate for county Judge. Mr.
Swee.y is 1 well known gentleman of
tliat city, .and a gKHi iawynr. W e aho
pree.it the name of D. F. Trunkey, ol
Pleasant Hill precinct, by request of a
number of voter of that precinct, for
county commissioi.er. Mr. Trunkev
will make a good olli.:r.
Wk take pleasure this week in call
ing the attention of our readers to the
new aihertisunet.t V)fG. A. Duck
er, proprietoi ot tbe new dry good and
notion stoic, which appears in another
column of today's paper. The new
store will be opened about October 1,
in the room occupied by 0. Wiener.
it will pay our readers to wait for the
openi ng or the new store, as they will
make monev bv 0 doing.
k C. Wiener's ikjv brick is fast ap-1
proachiug completion ,and in n few
days more he will be ready to move
equipped! stores 1:1 tlc wt-t. TnRCittur
wi-hes him prosperity. See hn new
advertisement in today's paper.
A. S. M vi:-h, who (or a number of
years has been one of' Red Cloud's
foremost busixuKs men, ha- sold his
dry goixls store in thw city to Athow it
Young, af Riverton, and will now re
tire from busiues-. The Chief is sorry
to Use Mr. M ir.-h from tne circle of ac
tive business men of Red Cloud, as he
was one of our mo?; liberal advertis
ers, but in nlutover business he cm
burks in, in the fuuire, we shall alwavs
le pleasetl to hear of his success.
A Fat Take. On List Friday night
Marvin Jiarsh received wonl from tbe
Louisana Lottery that hi- one
fifth ticket No. tl,059 had
drawn one of the principal
prizes, amounting to $1 ,20J. The or
iginal priz was $6.X)0 and .Varvin
hebl one-fifth of the tickot, the
brtlance of the ticket having been
sold in variou- parts of the United
Suites, atxi we undertlstand that some
fellow in Central America held one of
the other tickets to the same prize.
Marvin is to be congratulated on his
extremely good hick. Now, if the
lottery company would strike some
:oor editor with $1300, what reioietng
there wxmhl be among the fraternity.
stocks of clotldmr. eet fe;w " J" K!y PPr heading of ..rl other K! Cloud g.:.;.- m
r io; . miilj i alii HiItt 11 1 mi Mirtiimei 1 .
roo,lS. iKMit- and di' ,!., I.-, h" C r "tKK,t W rt'k hnt ' " MP h V k. W
' '" "' ' -c. ! ,-.: 1 ., ..-.. .1 . .. , r t 1 . -. - Tm .1
been seen in the 1Uni.,.!b.n vu 1 "'"" '-" "! i.i navai nas Hi qnot-i ri c.
lev hm.! tvill i.,.v r .u 1..-. braves of a little transaction that oe- firtberilT. Ml
. " UI IMTi C9t .. t i .... .1
j ItToojca T-EUa but Tt:riKLT
ir iv.u-herty. hrjf nmx Kw
pott office, mb;i MMkioxiMof fire-
ntc Ue mm i t!tA.WL and n it eon
Mtteuce bo u now miam a bts: toer hnqornt pcruaal prporty
wlach Dr. Darll npuUi tm but j ta ! tiuii th. mt jray ..hi
Thnndar rntnC atjo; t o'clork. lx .Norem.w nr4. !V. az he
Tbe wound ws fntw eriof far a ? W! bcvpe"el to cftJlect the -
lii:J; wbik- hm n iow betJinr hd in t h? 4 rJ f pn-mrte AIjni.
jjii1 -bap-. ni he i!l eoon bav the
me of his fct a f yr.
Jui HrRDFLL, wh lb.- marr yrt
has been connected ith tne e2artr
hustns in Rrd tlt.lt will ouw tan f
a bank in Goide Kock. . a Wv
ma'v,e can rne iim coirter wel
come (all burglar take notice,) ar.d
though only an Oriental JVtoca in
name, be 1? certain!? one' of lha jet
Iiet and aiot bo5e u:ed felbWi we
have ever met. and hne ha will
mkeaiuni of w.ne in his ne
venture in Guide Rock.
PtsMtD' I'jp Birk came try
j near ascending the G..klen Satlr tbe
ot!er day wbdr bauimg bay. It teems
that Pap, while dr.vr aloug with r
preuy large lead aboanl. U.l tbe kmr
belt gave away and let Ue wagon
dtwn. and while lie was down nnder
the load trying to repi tbe break, tbe
J ,i W!J do.ni, catehin bis head
J betwen the noUter and the hay-rark.
and it a with great difficulty that he j Hat i all timr own way in the con
nas r!easil, nd it was ttiaighs for a ennn. We can meet them at tbo
time that be would not Ret out. How-
eTer, i.e wtia anally r:eae.i ana t
urounu again as uuial, with a few !es
te-th aud the bark off his ooe.
A New Stoke On Wednesday af
ternoon Mr. John Young, of tbe firm
of Athow A Young, one of the most
flourishing btmin&ei bise of Rieer
ton, purchase! A . i Marah's utock of
goils in thn city, and wi 1 at once put
in one of tbe finest and largest efcocks
of general merchandise thn; is to be
seen west of Lincoln. Mr. Young i
not unknown to our Red Cloud people
having made fr e.jtient rinits to Web
ster county's capitot. He is a gentle
man of ertenive btuiue-- mulinVa
tions and experiences, and The Cjhu
warmly welcomes him to Red Cloud
Our bet wistu.- are extended to Mr.
Young for a generous patronage and a
succe-v fu! business career in this city.
We e.uend our AeaV to th- new firm.
Srtl.i. They CoMK. All the returiN
being in, (. xcepi from Kan.sa wo
find that tbe quota for toe sheriffalty
is now tided, bot wo learn that J. H.
Remuberg will be a candidate lor cor-
oner. In ibis connection Tub Chief
would say that there U no better man
in the county for I'aat position. The
fMjople from the j utii side of the river
will bring up the nme of our friend,
Geo. W. Hummel! for county conuuis
si.ner. Mr. Hummed is well knoun
in Welstur county, ami has re
sided here since the county has been
orgnniatl. Wo also understand that
tiu pei :'.e ' f the north part of the
county aie desirous of bringing Prof
A. h. Funk out as a candidate for
treasurer. It nominated, Prof. Funk
would make a good run. Next week
wa bhal! search Ka:i$as for candidates
u Mrs. 5 :;ah Wiu.hms, living ai
f river, on the live,- road, about
i m".1 wet of Red C!iid, has been 1110-
' Ic-.teoK.jJate b; s me lo.iftr who ha
' been mnkn' Hr-i'rrit attempts to
j gain a.lmi:tatceVp her residence
ui:seouHte m.urerve otner ninl
the fedow came around. ahJ as Mrs
W-lliam had become tired of fiijut a
once. !ie firs.l a revolver at !.
wbk b caui d bim t . t..L-.. n .u..Vi',Pftp much more until aft
imuon uti nf aa io learc in imrrv
Mrs. Williams is widow lady, and
lives alone, and the galoot who a ould
take advantage of a deferiaeleas wo
man should be dalt with severely.
The uext morning Mrs. Williame pick
ed up some insurance papers and let
ters supposed to hava iieionged Ut tiie
party, which he will make use of if
his visit are noi stoppexl, and If he
pers"i be propoeea to give him a lit
tle powder and lead on sight, which
he wuld be perfectly jtietined in
doing, we should say.
Ths Wicked Fx-ca.
curred in the vicinity of Indian creek
last Tair-liy evening. we befie. j
It siens Unit some of our loan broker
held a chattel mortgage on -om cauie
belonging to a (Jerma.i. we of Ke-J
Chaid about seven milus or more, and
the instrument having become du, j
and defau.t liaving been mad in tbe
jwym-nt of the ame. the two geatie-
men, armoii with a derringer, ami in j
company with Constable Chamber 1
salliei forth in search of the mn who j
I owed the mor'gage. and not finding ;
lllfn llf1 t-TJ- .yw-.IM n..Wn. . ..t. I
,-. "" kv"-"'1 o a-.
and were driving the ame to the city
out wnen tney arnvou at Jntltan Ueefc 1
the German met them with a donble j
trre:ei shot gun. whim he leveled in l
in such a manner as to make the Soys i
beiieve tnat he meant business, and I
while the men took h.utv live of tbe i
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tor hnMn wKa-m ;Kt T-.-r. .,.,.. ..ft
.-. ,., .,... .. ..v za . i
'at- iiwxvi ot iv wic omcer and 1
hi at;als a! hro....t t Pi I
Thi.. ,- I
0 tf IK I
xo. i iorgBi ;na; e now nave40.t
Tk.. r- . .1 . - i
1 year old apple tree.-. 2j fot and over
consisung of 35 dtiferesi vanfctsea
appias Ploasc examine our stock
before bayltog eisewbere.
Cloud. Jt i- 5cid that the bov actual- ? 'KWl'" f - '
ly made a mile in ll&, ittdudmg .top- i Jrege nred nere one day
Dares. " "QZ."'' They oonu
. t t3frg he-Rr?: 1
2otico to Tax Payora
TwC"nrt itetisurr hbv inform
I imiconr t? .t,or-r le. tiHOfnm
1 " fuyr of t oIhW cwtnlr
n iu tj nour ;o mn Miru
to priie wb ha not y4 jwI tase
tt the.r mil i.Ut. roll and L
- . .,-.- .
imme.liteiy. nd fimcy Mt addt-
ttonI cm?i. a 4M1 trraunr cm-
pitted under an of tbe hm It!-
tore toedteiit .linn-the muoU t4
Ocobe.-. ull land and lut on hcb
the uxe reean unpaid.
Farmer are dooo baia.
nlnwtne baa eooitoeoeed
CVxn u good.
Mr. Aiiowy ha pmt io
k-" .T. ,T.
ntm r w iMTnew, rer u,
caie tht fctJl. Ui them .come. There
ia room Titr alt 1
joiin Btbbey ke4 a fine cow the oth
er day. Too much green corn.
Toliucs .piteL Wo know it ic no ite
(tr ue up here Otren think far oar
j selves, as the people ot tbe "Hub" will
poib. We .ugjet thai tbe rentral
committee turet again and have "evert
ruler in the crmniy a delegate to the
coontv convent hmi. We would ng
geat lb anme of Wm. Cather, of R,I
Clond, for county cimtmiaa toner, and
Cha. Cather for treaanrer. Tbe rr
publicnns mut bring out a goud -trong
Vdtet or tnere atll be sum audible
Ittektng doo around here
A. A. Peak ank C. W. Knife y axe
taking in the state fair this week.
Dr. Sherman, of Cherokee. I. after
shot t vi-it with bi relative heie. lett
on Monday lat for hw hotn m U.e
Hon. .1. K. Terry mde a bhort vk-it
thi week, with his .n Douglas Tt;ry.
Our drugi-i. Mr. Mtnicham. had re
turned from a (aw weeks' visit in Min
nesoto. looking much bettor than
when hp -t.irtfn.1.
J. H. P.ruwn ti bu tiding an addition
to his hotel.
The ml pleasant ufl'air ol the week
w.ii a surprise party at David Paul's
on TueHlay ovening, it being the S3.I
anniversary of his birthday A cotnlly
number were present, and a number
of pre-enis were given, among which
waa a meenehaum pipe, priecntel by
T. J. Ward in a very nice little apuech
on butialfot of the donors.
Drs. A. H. Liu burger is "pending
this week in Red Cloud.
Aii I lord's ick children are recov
ering. Father Waller xnd C. T. Chirk aru
on the fck I;l this week.
In my communication Inet week
'Ilie Chief makes me say "the rams of
the past few days h," & m ftn,i "rt.Mil
proprietor.'' I am quite sure that the
manuscript did not contain such fla
grant error?. Don't let th printer
make this rend "fragrant" error, or
you will bear from
Politic are at tract -ng our at tenth n
so much it is itftpoamblo to writ f r a
I t- Viftf.n
(watermelon ami ,o,ne ..the-
thing? eomsSUebatfe given u . ii
spell of siekneaw. y J
Several from aroun're-i..r'ae
I the reunion. t'mte h h-.-
n to the tate fair :vi .. .ij'tg
whom are J. 0. Cnaud" r a . $i f'
Knight and btdy. M I
Tlie PeopleV Lumber ( r : tea i
what we talk of now. Yi . - i id
ent 1 very anxkxu f r it. k h. jdi
Io build a building to s fi.I. Hi ties
desiring to know what f r w. ' 10. to
write ns pri vilely i
Charley Halt. T. J. M r nkl lov.
Tbe genial, srmling faee (, ; Tcl-
logg w j njsn on our s-trt
List week. m
1 r ii-.u ftf
j. . ikiiiKv., ir.fnj''i.ij' uh
coo-m. Mu Kinker. : r- o?t
McCook Ui wek, to be g
Allen Arer and !aiv, fj
oldu-t itUer. but ') ?iAve
ticating in tbe Uickwoodi r'
for the past year, hx.e r .ar
ki!1 cbse ool their nrvtr:v
sale soc. ami return v, v. -.
. 1 f . - .
ei aou rejufi;erej n-Tte n
ny Kwtb. where tbe n.o- n
hasA and the ducts t
Aatboav Arnieon i 1 :-T'
-ore bund. It is .--e.led J;
its abnormal iz.
zw yoctrg genterner.
e6t wnose names we eou.i
are stopmng wub Jlr I.-V.4.j
A P'1-7 Cr4 f
I .GAkV4f 554jr atMi Mjfi i 11
JV l m- A 1 n. . . A Z - - . T I
wk lmve "
ine lnavoJe corret:
iger a tw not vrtu anva
I Lhxl he
can tuts the axxt
desiring to avail thenue!.
ponenkr -niU do vtll tj
x'K"aHuni i 'imnit l
tMi in Llnctiliu
VAimr Kimr. ol lht lieimvu, n
! riUMf Ue bt of oar rtrh tanin,
j Ir'J ,xPtin,ea l ?t '
: p w, aj &mt
I , ).TV
. Mm Ida Unlian i vHtfap atf
I .V m ft "r " 'J Fl
-1 1 r 1 .....t.x. . tMlnT ind'
j trtit4wc M lh fm-..
3 mr in the fat wet. Tbrr nt itl
itb Wchtrr OowMy. 'c neomi
Ut!" 4.. w 1 ti
fmmit tj- M jt,.
i L Fraane t ffeliC r
d(we. W fk CrmeT"t entire rrop of M
aeerae -S W!xk prt mrwm. WTlnat.
IT TMf neore ewr el iei nlt
Uor raae are veeavnox oet niMw
ikmnnder tbo aufwn letua Ti Hf W.
KWdCraeaH .4 Red tlraMS, It Wfc
tbe brotet a rtne Ui (Mire If
Clod nuAjenr itxk
u- Hoo-bkler rvwoeb. IiV
j mfcy Shoni fntc a WeHa no bait
1 Satoroay, a tKmra. Ct wmrv.
Xtenty of rota
Mifnt4ai tbo robfcie of ltH
Brown lat wek two cooole firoaa !
Hill. Their natu bat ooi yei oooit)
J4n RaOMrtl ha hi mtfU aH roaw
and Ml) n wet a mknx m Vk$
weaber atti fHratt
Mdt Kndalt and ." A!catnOfonMofo
taken uk io da lt . MiU fei
- a 1.1 t nrtattel bit Sooncor bi
till in hi utt! brd
Mr. C. C Stre) b born on tfeontefcr
ToWohtr orrantrathwi tbo
to be Titled upon at next eleeUoo.
Kv HarrtM took He toada oflt
bog to Red Comi I tda.
A traii)l? noi t itr rd io th feteift
rorj iff grandma Urkbail' :4arO
It' a bov m weigh u powodb Ui tfio
M Dntf!.! R Mouer belpal Sawt
Sj m 'f bin w4er mio neirb wMi
the toe of hi boot, that bad on lb
F'tttveUine and StckoaII
llimir were vUittrt; withVVdiMiWi
UieliafdHi btt week and UikMt: d
gvt.eiil rbicVen nnnt Itrvrac
September i MtHtnt an Skimliv
r hi. li(Ul n. ptrmr in the Oieethmii,
Rf..ve atal inviti! lb nrreindtnai
th.Hj Spaker Rev. J, Gbeihai,
Rev J Annitste4. Uev A. miloHy,
ami Ml- Tximhteof KmI (1ou1. Tb"
txnni Mia Trtmr !e upoke tun tnt be
i.ril by tle who in n r toaid Utyf
I hr pu'fcniik dinner w ! h hijtb
day dinner, tbe otng tcni. Cj rl?
HiHiper agnd 10 ami Chit!A RebaM
ageii IT We were honored br the
nreen e of Rev Ho;r uriababin
MiMideY and Snoke yo -itn Wed their
chicken wings with u will
An eventful hour Mr Frank Tnorn
ton and. wiiU, w Tibitthy Mjurs wiwo
the hnppy couple.
The m;Ih)I of Ditrtc. No ,1 pxmii
monret September Tib Mr. John
District 6'J 1mm htreil Mim Bonn feuit
Mm C D Kounan and her dnibt
er I'.i'nc are iti'ig rcitviivr ni-.r
j. r-a ia -j x V X VJJlU
Athow it Yo''Hrf hnvlrjr I'ute1
chiiHOil tho ntoek of uoKln viioyt
by A. H. Mureh, ono t'o' r nortiTof
tho Hod Cloud r-ntir-rwil B'inJf' 'rllJ
roopon Uio Htoro rtu j i ly fljrVjtom
bor 10, ivmt will hvvo u hirwTiatock:
ot k'oodn on hruid next woVjk. Ho
iitombor thin nnd ronvrjjii your' or
dorn. Tho nUiro will Roronftor-.
known nu t-.o Cluciilfo Storo'"' 5
Cora nndOtn tfoutod.
L'i'i:.w h verC.il i-t ,.. -.i
.i'T, XCbf,, fr ,in,ji AJ w.
j-" " - '.u a fk 11 Aftjiii
;w nT 7i .,.... ,i.'.i , .. 7 .i!
vW Lwmbor I L
-.. . .
The Trailer' Lfindr Ominsnv arrf
mo vi 115 the R,.ed i INwiey too' of
lumber, which they p-irebacd a weok
or m ago, on to ther new ground on
Fourth Avenue, where 'her haro
erected ncrr hed Unto aiwl orwl
housed, eic . ami wBl herrccforth be
ready to give you extromnly low fig-
wa in HtmUn. building material. .,
etc Tliey a ill put in a largo tok of
coal, and have already 0 car load of
himlKsr on tbe rOad for the new yrd.
Se the Trader' Lumber "o. btfore
a pace your ordnr, for they aru
ml tO give you figure Uiat Will Dai
' to buv of them Ion't buy cbia
iHro until you ej tito
TvLXhr.vX Ijsuaai Co,
New good are arriving dadr at the .
Golden Eagle, and are markrl at nuah.
low figure. that nono e4rd go away
Ir yon an in need of boot or h9er
go to the Golden Hcle, and rou can
" frim 10 Ui 20 per cent, and get th
the celebrated Sclz make
Sixty cow.t ami hvt&r fnr wile o
time Will exchange (or Uml.
tl .1. f. UrcKtx.
A large invoice of freh paint jmi
received which will be okl at bottont
price at Ferguson 4c Co.
One tpan of 'work" home, and one vpti
of young -Korea, inqmro at ink ou
Go to C. A. Owen for chHp window"
hadffl and wall paoer. If e ha marke-j
hl gooj$ down to a rrr low Sgre
nd w bound ty ucll them. 4fe buo0
One fine Durham bl, z wUt
north-wc?t of Bei CIotkL
7w4 G.JL Corxi-s.
Vt Ilaaa' hog cholera renofw'r lor
.-i 1 t f r..:-. . rjn. ,j: . r-
ns w VU VW4I, Mir t cote NT
ptxtod. qilT 'A ior citokon.
cholera, , jf"
htxtr crws ami beiferv f h
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15 bto: tW9 ypar VI Mmz. he
j . T. ztMmtmf niftmtt
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