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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1886)
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Rod Cloud Markets.
Winter "VVh'jat- fc.v
Cattle 1 a6&4 .
votrtj'.-rs" stuck jg.3 sa.
To the Farmers.
3rrm Umt ne?tnitd through W
P. Overman can 1- paid at th" Mid
wiyycar wiMioiit a i.nu-. Itntes al
low jus the Iwp-t. Money fnrnishe.
promptiy. Oihce owr city "drug sioretf
O Por Cent Farm Loan.
The .Kehrimka F.nn L'en Co. wil!
make yon a loan on vou farm al
straight t ji-r rent and furnish the
money without ary o!ay. Otil on
them in the Ked Cio-iJ National Dnnk
Wji. J)l'CKJ:r hu- con to farming.
Ira rfcEEras has been p&iutiu his
J. U. Tla.ii.Ey was in Guide Jiocfc the
Miis Liixie LeisoS visited Hastings
the flr-t of the wnek.
M. W. Dickers s has rcahinglod his
retidei.ee cm third avenue.
Blue Hill i alive with railroad
men engaged in building the new
Djl WcTJeebt is building on na :ul
dition lo his residence in the woet end
of Uir city.
Tjie Farmer and Merchants link
ing Company have received their now j
safe. Jt'h a !atidy,
There are more fine Luggiea in Ked
Ctand than many cities three times the
xe of ited Cloud.
We are orry to note the continued
and danerou-i illness of Wil! P.
0verma.i mr city treasurer.
A Lakoe crowd assembled around
ibe liberty pole Saturday and bucked
tbe lurhtuing mu hine all day
Oi.o. Able'?, brother has taken
joitiou with the Wells, Fjirjro fixpresa
Co., vice Orange Tavlor signed.
AX individual niiuu both legs and a
Jeft arm, amused himself catching ball i
with th strt gamin- on TueHdaj.
JUvn K I J-1. i:n hh Ixtughl two lols
Oppiwite th county judt'ea ofiico, and
ba a carpenter shop cm ono f them
4 hi. r-xi legal iiouaay in Ked I loud
after-iHnoration lh,y, will be circaa
gr .. it a -. -. . I
oay. il cnacM cm xnurKaay, dune 6 Iii;v. Geo. Hawi.ey and funily start
Tlen,liorvfrthe4thof July. ; cd for New York state last Monday,
An operator ind htti-,ti houo has with team and camp equitpage. They
tecu ebUbhshed at Amhoy Junction. p,opose to lead a .sort of nomadic life
and hereafu-r the click of the tclfgniph OXI thxr ivav in hopes of benefitting
machine will ! hfard in the distance.
At the la.t UKfting of the cit
council sidewalks were ordered to be
laid from the north hue of the city to
tht dot ol via Cedar street. A wie net.
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nis ceieorateo: let-lure entitled Jiamon
and Pylhiae" at Superior fot the bene- j
Lt of the Odd Fellows lodge at that
En Cretistox. a type manipulator
frmu Clintxin, Illinois, wtio has been
ii( iiiiog down a ense in the Hastings
,1 .urnal olfnn1 for several months past,
i- ::i Red (vloud this week.
Mii. Cuiag and Mrp. E. C. Wilcox c f J
Wxnior . 2svl Mrs. A. C. Wilcox.!
ti.iuj;!ter An.ia and son Laird, of
Champaign, III., are visiting in the
city, guests of L. II. Wallace.
At'VEKTtsKit letters for the week i
en iiiik Alay 1., IsG: Miss
Tiiiu'.K-t- Mi-- r w t. t i
ll.4b.mk. Mr-. W. . Dn-kt-rioa, Mr..
Hat: toh Ewan. Miss Amra 11 Logron
Fira M fttill. Ji.hu May. John II.
Ji'Mpcr. AitM.t Taic.nt. Ilirmanii i
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Tin nhtftHwa tha .mo f ka Ai., r,
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prettx school mar .us hiI! lav aside the
birch tsoaietimc during the
month of roM and embark in the leiral !
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profession under the ftwUTisi" care of '
a Hie pardne-. Uur new demon Im.. !
a creat mouth for ef ....i ri.....,.l i
iest eougratu'.ations will be forth
coming. , l'4li llilll(- I
We understand that fbn iu,i f
education hve caretullv inquired into'
fortv ai.iilictni t..r .. . , - i '
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pw-pecis ot the !
research have seated as teachers the I
piohahie old mauls
look out for list I
Q. E. D. !
The aUve was placed in our office
Jx for publication, aud we suppo-e
by someone w ho leeis sorry tuat nicy j
are wot to joiu the great matrimonial
band because they arc old maids. !
k woukl be pleased io see our j I:r with that kind of clothes, the bet- being able t find or locate any partic
inend. Dr. C. S-hencK, of Cowles. J ter to enable themselves to wear the j ular street, avenue or building, which
come out as a candidate fur count v i fuim'v limccii... ft.r -,,orr;oo., t;,... ' ?h.M- wnx- .to.-.. t vi.;- n- nn,i n..r t.
representative in niencxt general a,
scaiuiy. if iJicr is an oio citizen
oi Webster county, aud is justlv p-jpu-ular.
If the republicans ehou Id nom
inate mm ue wouiti ie, we nave no
a verv mviiil eor'if'-. .n,i
, a un iopuia. canaitia.e and .
norablerepiesentative m every j
r.u h i i or
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and enterprising county. The Chief
would gladly support the Doctor.
J. A. CiuwwkdV little son met with
a severe accident last Saturday. It
.-Lt nis tie was nding on horseback anu
that the h. rse run into a
lenc?. cutting a severe c
sh in the ;
streets. We hope the city dads
lorL- thn Ttmtlnr tin !Tui in the future
natter up and in
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prohibit the building of barb wire j
iaus ieg, irom wmen ne nas oeen laiu uenerai bears an unsullied reputation : " nou-e m t'ie city. Hie expense
Lp for the last week. This leads us to ! as a statesman and a soldier, having ' u,ou.d bejtit slight m comparison to
r.mark again that h.,:b wire fences ! served his country in both Wzciti
an a positive nu -ance and should be j with honor and distinct'on. Should ! awake city ht.e Red Ciond is complete
prohibited on public highways and the General receive the n-jmir.atiou at ' wnout a door plate. Thev are both
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Tao your purp.
.Miia. W. Jo'llyn i-vis.tmg in this
The treet sprinkler sprinkleth not
On. strcots are a. dry as a St. John
J'eof- Vickjsg has been on the ick
li-t thi week"
.Mk. Lktso.v is building a veranda to
JIe.s-ey Cooe is repairing hi resi
The marshali ;;un ie now loaded for
Gka.vuma M ices has returned from
iier visit to Salem.
v e are pleased to learn George
Young is rapidly convalescing.
Ja-K' CllAIGIIKAI. Of Wowlfct jCK, 111.,
is vi-iting M. W. Wckerr.on and family
I'iiEAr;m:.G by Kev. Geo. 0. Yeiser
at lite IJuptist Church Sunday M:iv 23
at 11 a.m.
1'oWEi. Hmigii nephew of Thoma
Kmigh and hunily are visiting here
Irom liio Vista, Col.
The pro-.pect lor an immense
strawberry crop in Nebraska was never
belter than at present.
Majok.IoeS-.va.v has returned from
bib occidental trip, greatly invigorated
and looking fresh as :i daisy.
Root. Fl-kst i now doing the moun
tain HCt among the snow clad summits
of the Jiockiek as a means of recuper
ation after his recent illness.
Seels Bkos circus, the boss sh tv,
will appear for the edification of your
self, your sisters, i'our cousins and
your aunts, Thursday, June 3.
1'iie I naval e cheese factory has de
clared a dividend of 95 cents per 100
pounds of nilk for April lS'sG. The
Jnavaie factory is always ahead.
Tin: bridge across the Republican
south ol town was closed for repairs
Wednesday and Thursday, but
I again lesumed business as ufuhI.
t' Tlir fmiiilv of I V Tnvlnr ttiirfr.fl
for ll.ugler Thursday morning where
they expect to reside in the future.
i Mr-Taylor has also purchased real
estate in Cheyenne county.
Rev. li. C. Bakiiows, atato evangel
ist for the Christian cnurch, will com
mence a series of revival meetings at
the court house on next Sulurdav
evening. Services at 11 a. m. and S p
!,. .Sudav fcllowinc.
the failing health of .Mrs. Ilawley.
Fifth Avenue, between Webster
and Elm stre ts, is in rather a muddled '
condition. Part of it seems to be '
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pi i ait; juiifi i mill iuu ui iiiau -i
i!lIU. - Tne Avenue ought either be
opined through or else closed entirely.
Mk. and Mrs. Chas. Ovekman, from j
West Point. III.? ro in the citv with
their daughter, Mrs. Dr. Damcrell at d ,
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their son. Will I. Overman. J he
t latter named has been seriously ill for
a few weeks past, but at last accounts
was a trifle better.
Attokny McNeny has commenced
and otherwise improving his lob, on
north Cedar street. It is lair to
prosyme that at no late date in the '
sweet subsequently, the fragrance of .
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oaimv air oi eye.
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1,'riiiMt a visil so iiuu jiui ciuui- i
day night SherilT Scott and several
! other valiant Pvthians weie
upon by the I
upon bv the Blue Hill nieht police to,
smooth down the milled plumage of
,,.., r,,til..,i l,n..n of
sl P"R ol railroad canaries who were
breaking into a gin mill.
The Helmet mistakenly stated last
woHC -i eo Aiei nnti resigueu his
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I101110" ns csPrteS niesscngor and
laceu a position in me lieu iiiouu
Mr. Anel has not r-
signed. D.N. Abel, brother of Oeorge,;i,miUk.lltnertl2llot tlltlitu.Iit lml
is the gentleman engaged iu the ex-Initiate bv the people it must of neces-
E understand arrangements have
been prelected tor a series oi horse
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low'p & d
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SuPerior' June l4 and 15: "lde Bock,
u"lt- i " "IU1 ' Iveu v-iouu, .rune zo -'-
and 25; Burr Oak, Jund 2!? and 30.
The purses and premiums have not
been announced as yet.
We hear of some more young ladies
bavin- an escapade in male attire. We
supnose the object is to become famil-
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will be all right girls if you happen to
hook on to the right hair pin.
Puof. W. C. Picking has been re
engaged as nrinemal of the ,.;..
school Min. p. t '-, i t?
i,',,r,i t.. i i r.' '
.ord. Myrn Brewer, and Joanna Cone, ,
teachers. Tne entire force of teacher. !
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have not been selected as vet. The i
-chool board will meet again on Mon
day, June 7, to fill the existing vacan
cies. General john M.Thayer is b.ing
stronnlv urired bv his numerous friend '
canmdate ior tne governorship. The
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Tv Cxitvc tvhi1h foVo nt-a.i. n iu.-hp. i
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in seeing him elected to nil the guber-j
of i he
Bev Geo. 5. 1)a.xis U abfont this
week, attending district meeting at
.--pecial sale of ladies shoes fo
3'dyr at the Golden Eagle.
Don't buy your wall paper, paints- or
window shades without examining tiie
stock and prices at Cotting's.
Hekey Cook now has the most
complete slock of wall paper, thadys,
etc , :n the Republican Valley.
You ca:i find the largest stock and
the best make of hoots aod shoes, at
lowest prices, at the Guide:: Eagle.
Mks. JoHK JIameb. of .Judson, Kan.,
died vcrv suddex.lv on Monday. We
did not learn the cause of her death.
The ministers of Red Cloud have
tormed an association. Tney propose
to meet on Monday evening of each
Ti'E sidewalk from Wm. Parker'
residence on cewnrd steel north to the
M. E. Church, will he completed in s
Andy Beiig has abandoned
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and is ue oiim: his attention to ngn-
Maueiei), at Red Cloud, Neb, May
20, ltofi. by the Rev. Geo. 0. Yeiser
Mr. Wm. J'. .S.tbin and Miss Ida M
Weiis, H.l of W ebster county.
A MLiniNo of Caiuiiihe Lodge 'o
'J'j, K. P., wul he heJd at Castie Hal!
Tuesday evening next to arrange tor
Decoration Day and other important,
Fur insurance against fire, lightning,
tornadoes', cyclones, etc., appiy to C.
E. Wood, Red Cloud. Neb, agent for
the old reliable Continental insurance
comyany, ol New Yurk.
Wad Ei. Ward, of Jerusalem, will
vi-it this c;ty next week and, assisted
by his wife and chnd, in oriental cos
tumes, gie a series of entertainments
illustrating the daily life and customs
of the people of the Holy Land, at the
Methodist church on Moudav, Tuesday
and Wednesday evening. Admission
lu the full series, 75c.
Union Memorial services will he
held in the Opera House Decoration
Day, Sunday, .May 30, at 11 a. m.
Vduresss, etc., by the city pastors,
music, and interesting exercises. A
collection will be taken for the benefit
of destitute widows and orphans. No i
services at any of the chur jhes in the
morning, aeruces as usual at all the
churches in the evenmtr.
MirtSEs Nellie and Fannie Aikmau
left fur Crete Wednesday morning to
nurciie studies in Doaue College. On
Monday evening a large concourse ol
friends stormed the Congregational
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mi5uiiiii;f iu um aoieu 10 uie gills.
Alter a pleasant eenmg spent mosti
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V"u "'" ,um '3t w,a,,l? 'V1 u,tL
departing ones, the frn:iids betook
themselves tc their homes. Belore
going, however, wishing -o show their
"PP'ciation ot Miss Nellie s serv ices
iia uMiiiK lor church anil sundav-
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cameo ring, for which the recipient ex
pressed in lilting terms, her appiecia
tiun. : w-"s
The Signal man, of Guide Rock, de.
volt,J ll considerable amount of his
vlllill'!-' spuce b u tirade on the
r County Agricultural Society
""l ,ltSK ni"Kil "as "ruBS'uu aionc
"eiween me ami ueain ior iu these
i.. ir i .1 i . v
manv vars 'inifJ in tni-i Mi5j incf r.
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centlv been nlaced on a firm basis bv
our Red Cloud business men. The
' .S'lffin tnuti l.i me t.-k tr oti-.ttr. K.
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' cause Guide Rock business-men do not
5tllrl !l ociation at that little hut
One association is enough and is as
much as the people of the county at
the present day can successfully sup
port, i tie sociely lo'lav is in a. good
tom,d condition, has good grounds.
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Kood sheds, giod halls, and best of all
wul . rowusn m ueot. .uoiiev
"" Ilul necescarny make a nur a sue-
4-t.l lift TVtlttf llltt' 4-1 .1 - , 1 hi . .m
ny lo-e muncj, which it did up to
last year. Had Cloud will take care ol
the association, however, and we are
pertj;od to mlorm the iwn. will make
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your time, and when the fair comes
tisti your complimentary and see what
can tie done at the Gate Ctty in the
We hear numerous
irom our citizens, in
regard to not
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others. Scarcely one person in ten
can tell where 5:h avenue and Cedar
street cross, or 3d Avenue and Seward
or in mci ai.no-t any ot the various
sirev s and avenues of our city. Con
seiiut-ii.M strangers wishing to mm tne
seQuen.U strangers wishing to tim
residence of a friend thev have kno
lo. - merly. aie obliged "to inquire
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everyone thuy meet and then rustle
around til they find it, causing them
no little annoyance and sometimes
:rovukmg them to mduige m a mild
i torm ol profanity The remedv is
n;e- amatl signs should be placed
" eer s'reek corner wita the name
placed on every residence and bum
ornamental and useful, and we are
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ciuiens are aireaov sunnlvinc lb
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seives wub thete almost i"adiiperiibl
w a .
eaiKaie ox xT-aias.
On iR-t riturdHy afternnon About
thirty member of Caar.trj LvJg c-
29. Kuipnti- of i'ythia-. of Rxl GotMi'
under instructions irom the Grxnd
Chancellor oi the Jurv.di;tioo of -
bra. k a. J M. Irwin, tended their ay
! to Blue Hill ;or the purpose of iau
tuttng s kjdge of the order at that '
beautiiu! hule city. Pre:aratios ior
receiving the Rti Cloud deloga:on
had been jreviously mndt, and ?
must say that a more courteoo-'. and
jolly -et of Knights do noi exist in tne
Grand Jurisdiction than those at li.ut
Hill. The reception and entertain
ment of the Rei Qoud Knights was
simply of the highest i pe and wt
duly appreciated The new lodge
start out with the mot tl&ttering
prosecv for a succossfu! career. The
I )i-lnrt I)riii!v off Vtnnf .. f ,rft. V
29, had the supervision of the work f
and wa. ably assisted by I'a-t Chan-
ceiior, Bro. J. L. Miller, and the entire
corps of Calanthe's otlicers. besides
receiving much necoo?ary aid from
Bro?. Campbell and Forbes, of Had
Wiilow Lodge, of McCook It wns
indeed one ot the most t!easnt events
mat has occurred in Pythian circles j
for many a day. Th2 new brethren j
rode the oHt m good fly e with but
vfrv little kicking The CuiEr hope-
! 5 5 will Jive Jong and do . ztt-xi work i
in thv great tnuii- of Fr.T.it-;ip. Char-
i - .. v. .w. n..v. v." n ,
ity and Benevoitt.o- ;,itti has been
' handed down Lv nlusir
ious protot p-s.
D-tmon and I'ythiHs. Tne great worK
ol I'ythiam.-m is stiil bmg carried on,
and on, by those whose love tor tiie
order can only be measured by the
earnfcst efforts put forth to make it one
of the grandest secret s'cielio-- on th
Clone it- grow in :.a- ji.n unprore
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v ith a nvmhi-r.-hip ol .-een, at tne
city oj Washington. D ('.. it has
steadily increased to 'otnething like
300.000 members, and has lodgus in
nearly every part ! it." world.
The G. A. P.. Camp Fire.
The battle-scared veterans of Gar
fiied Post No. SO. Grand Army of the
Republic, were in their element on
Wednesday evening at their hall m
secret ( onclave, mustering in new re
cruits, and subsequently at the court
house in open communion with the
outside world. The Grand Commander
of the iVpartment of Nebraska, Gen.
John M. Thayer, was pre out and
mustered in the following recruits.
Ex Gov. -m1ii Garber. John F. Mers,
, Wiliiam Flohr?, W. E .lackson, Wm
Gatw, Judge W. A. ,cKeigiian. t. N.
Richmond. Jacob Post and John
KIohiB, after winch the Po'-t adjourned
to the court house, where the exercise
wore opened by singing several old
i.nd laminar war sones. General
Thayer was then introduced and in
an eloquent manner the old com
mauder slated the aims and objects of
the order, recounting a number of
personal reminiscences of the war of
the rebellion, paying a glowinc tribute
to the memory of General Grant and
Abraham Lincoln, relating many m-tere-tmg
episode- and personal inter
view? with the gieat commander while
on the hard (ought field- of Dou.ildron,
Shilo and Vicksburg during the dark-o-t
days in our country's history, and
at a tune when tin. hero of Appoma
tox was comparatively unknown to
fame. Jefl Davis was alluded to. al
though the compliment paid him wh
not tlnttering viewed from a loyal
-taiidpotnt. Lack of space prevents
our giving as fu 1 a synopsis of the
General's speech as we w uld were it
oinerwi-e. Captain Munsell made a
few well-timed remarks, after which
tap- were sounded aud .the homeward
A Groat Boom.
Red Cloud l- about to experience a
reat boom if very thing paus out in
proper shape. It seems that Mr
Moon, of Rxerson, Michigan, h-is pur
chased lae eight lot.- north of the
Opera House, ami proposes to put up
a .-olid brick block costing, it is rumor
ed, something like $5u,U00 rrhis will
give the uptown block a groat boom
ami help Red Cloud out immensely.
5uch buildings as those contemplated
have been long needed in this city,
and we feel certain that Mr. Moon's
investment will bring him hack many
returns of the good o:d Ooli-irs of our
daddies It i confidently expected
that excavating for the new block will
commence withiu a fortnight or two.
.Such enterprises as the one above are
highly to bo sought alter and from
this on we may look forward to rreat
results in the growth of Red Cloud.
This, together wiih the railroad pros
pects makes The Chief feel go.nl. and
we have accordingly added another
brick to our ash pile for future uses.
We are fully assured that the new
block is bonafide.
G. R. Chanev. of Red Cloud, was nt
Nelson last week on business On nis
way home he called at tne Journal
office for a few moments. He has not
decided yet whether he will accede to
the urgent request of his friends to
run for congressman or not, but ll he
does he will get a large support
throughout the district wherever he is
known. upenor Journal.
It would be our advice tc Mr Chaney !
not to "Decode to the urgent requests
of his friends." It would be uo.icv to
wait until after election to make "the J
cieci-ion, ior in either case he wi.i
get left. Ileime:.
If Mr. Chaney receives the nomina
tion of the Republican party of this
district there will be no dan;er what
ever of Lis getting left.
A Card of Tnanka
To the neighbors and friends during
the sickness aud death of my wife,
their kindness can never be repaid, but
may Gods richest blessings be poured
out on each one o: them, is the prayers
of J. A. SNODOSAss.
The Red Cloud Milling Company wo. .
pay 60 cents per bushel for good wheat
that will test 57 or 5S pounds. 41 if J
Now is the time to get your farm-
ture. Car load jus: received a: "
Special ale ofiadies shoes fir nn:
30 days at Gulden Eagle.
J0S' : fra:er' ,e woeer-SS?:??,
jc, oirca oeer, e;c. a U. . U!:ne . riiii.itQ.- 02
AU irnz and sice. Cli ftad s hix. 1 c2- jr
i . a
rocyn A tthu. en roc ct of
towti Obiter ca bate pmprr.r It
', oTn: utmc noi 7riuz i-? th
."oethins nir tho j;!i: ilotied
,'!. np?r jul received at CMUr'
"ew ceihnr p&pjr and dooorAUom
- i t Cot 4ng .
Uo the Straoer floor paint Mat .
perfect ceroenl. at CotUn'.
I arn prepied to furm?h door pUtcs
which fjr durability, eboapoe?-, beaoty
of defirn and finish, cannot be excell
ed, rauip'tts "a exb'.biuon l ;ho
oaire of The Cmiet
C. rl Wooa. tf
respectiul.v -ohc:tU. C
Store rtom ior rent. !5ii5 f I
door- south of po toSice Inquire ol
If yoa wj,a to sell roar nvrai or towa
propcrtv call on Josiai Geavbs,
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Fo btilo or rent A rood iUKO room
in south Red Cloud. A iirsJ-clse lo
cation for a coaifeKnt bueineis man.
hxpnre uf W. II Jackson ZZli
'xTtuK suits, bed room su.t-, dr
ers. dmme room and kitchen furniture
in abundanc" Lawn chairs Mil -t :
es, picture iramar, etc
F. V Tvi -e
A go.dfarm for sal or rent A
furnished A,plt to Joseph tirvr?
Red Cloud, Neb. A t:
WA5TW A girl to da gprir-r'.
housework. Inquir nt M. B Mi Nut r
Tlie brak Kanurt Farm I. a. ?
Co. hae olentv of moftfj t '. -an.
A nice line of dry goods Hu br - . 1 (
but very cheap at Mrs. Nr:.u - j
A eul team of horses lor -. I: -
quire of Joseph Graves, Red C i i '' t
A riNE line of -baby carriage- .it F ;
V. Taylor's, successor lo R L T.i k
ror cheao larm loans cai at t- i
oili:e of Chancy fe Bentley, Red C
A gooo span oi nores ior "" e .
an ot iones tor fai e
Howell Bros lumber yard l f
Boys' long hose at the Goidon Eagle
Ladies' cheap hosiery at Mrs. New-
Faints and oils of all descriptions at
Ci ttmg s.
Two rooms for rent. Inquireof W
9 per com loans nt tha Nebraska A
Kansas FarmLim Co.
Go to G. W, 1'hne? for frah homo
made candies, cigars, etc.
Fresh home made candies al G. W
Chne's. Call and see him.
iNsfP.E jour property with Chas
Schaiiuit. Red Cloud. Neb 30tf
Tut A in bo j" Milling Company wii'.
pay no cents jnr busiiel for good wheat
that will teat 57 or 5a pounds Jl tl
Bo. blue flannel sailor suit- at the
Goiden Eagle clothing store at $I.5u
and upwards. Dou't fo.'got ft
A woman lor laundry work, &tn
dining room girls, at once, al IJ v
eating house. JlPtf
Wall Pnpor at Cost.
Cotting ha? eotne fine samples of
wnli paper that he is ofiering at co-l
to close out. Ai.-o ajieauiiful stock of
new patterns at very low pi ices. A
fine line of borders, reding paper, etc
It will bt to your interest too see him
For Solo Household Goods
f'on-i'-.mg of stove-. beUtead- and
mattre.-.-c- chairs, table, curpet., tc
all new and in good condition Will
be omI cbcap Ci:! at Co!igregHt:.nH'
wro!iai-, lo-xt door west of J II
Rrv J Aikmvn
.: (..ir'r. I'res't. Oih.. h 11
s f.artxT '!
,::::;: :r,i Msrchant
A gonoral bnnkine businoas trans
uctod in all its branches.
triiiBi Mt tar l
5ft Carfcar. Ge. H. IloOaai.
IL n. 5MtUi. (. 0. VLcr.
w S. Gacfeir.
CORK RSFON JJPliNTS
Firt NnU-fcl Ban.
First NaOooa; Hark.
Ni-w Yark. city
.-r"&- Mors ecxBtam&M
ot- hvr&cr vW osJ?
AX 4A.15G fuWDES CO.
iO per oettt. ttff nun
member we offer you n chantv t wm one of thu following,
four priifi-. July 1th. IbG.
First Prize $20. Second Prize $15,
Third Prize $10, Fourth Prize $5.
In goods. .Every juinha.-T f will iM a lii-kft fr
clian''- in alf it:.''
Wiener's New block.
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THE CHICAGO STORE
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
.1 U B T R E C EITED
G-ood Shirting for 8 l-3c yd.
Best Standard Prints for 4c yd.
Figured Lawns 4c yd.
A I Hit ft not iter lot of Jiohe iPrn Pattern
ftt price that con not le Duplicated
GOLD AND SILVEPv
Gold and Silver Shirts are the Best Mad
We have bargains that can
White Goods. Pillo- Shams.
Examine our stock of
ATH Si YOK
111 Hit: !
net be had anywhere else, iu
Giorat of all Kinds.
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