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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1886)
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(Jet our prices on
PAINTS and OILS
lWrc imrcliasluji elsewliwc We arc head
quarters lor all kinds of
At loJlom prices. .Inst received a flue quality
of Imported I)a'inaUon?"li'scet Powder.
ll'arls Green) IHidon 1'urple.
Kellogg & Co.
I can loan moncv on improved farm
AT 8 PER CENT.
too and 3'ou can pay up the dcotatthe
end of any 3'car and cut off the interest
Pay up the debt in
a rtjiit deal easier way than to leave
the wnole amount coming due, all in a
chunk. Consult 3'our own interest and
mulco your farm loans at the beat
terms "to yourself and you will get the
befit terms in mv of lice.
G. W. IJAItKEU.
Rod Cloud Markets.
Winter Wlieat Krtf.t",.
liarlev 'iv.Q, c:c.
Itulchi-iV Mod; 'l Qa.
8 Por ContFarm Loan.
The Nebraska Farm Lo:ui Co. will
make you 't loan on you farm at
traiht 8 per cent and furnish the
mone3' without any delay. Call ou
them in the lied Cloud National .Bank
JIkavy rain last Friday night.
Mi:. Wintkks is building a new barn
IM. 13. McISirr lot a line cow this
.1amf3 Lai:d and family haye moved
A. JI. ICalky will lake in the C. A
It. show at 'Fiisco.
Soiii: one could amass wealth by
starting a first class bath room.
Skkviucs at llie Episcopal Church
next Sunday morning and evening.
KisctiKT ntul sdytndant showcts as
sures a fair crop of corn in this vicini
ty. Mas. Ceo. Valentine, of Wymorc, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
F C Winto.v, the hardware and furn
ituie man, has hung a new banner on
his outer walls.
Hkv. Ceo. O. Yeiskk will preach at
the l.aptist Church, Sunday, August 1,
morning ami evenijg.
lito P. A. L. Fi'Nir is rnisinj. re-roofing
and otherwise improving his resi-
deuce, properly 'on Cedar S.rcet.
1'iikkk will be preaching in the
Prcsbyteian Church next Sunday
morning and evening b3r the pastor.
An occasional hopper may be seen
ti'ulimr thmnh idb circumambient air
but not in tuflicient numbers to cause
The Featherly building is being in
ternally renovated and repaired. In a
short time it will again be used as 11
place of business.
.11. A. Watson has purchased the
celebrated Jihick .lack running horse.
Hereafter Jaek will not figure as a
runner but as a dandy roadster.
H. V. Suiuev, J. L. Miller, A. T.
Ormsby, A. J. Ivcnney.J. S. Kolhroek
arc in the vicinity of Ft. Fettennan,
"Wyoming Territory, ou a prospecting
Misses Blanch Fcight and Vashli
Gardner arc taking lessons in cques
triaushtp from a professional eques
trian. The young ladies already ride
The district convention of Good
Templars held at this place .vas a suc
ces. J'rof.Dungan of Drake Univers
ity, Iowa, and Miss Anna Saunders of
Lincoln were present.
The Hices 01 Willcox & Sweezy in
the lied Cloud National Bank Block.,
have been greatly improved b- the
addition of inside window blinds and
other internal improvements.
A match game of base ball -was play
ed at the d pot on Thursday alternoon
between the lied Cloud nine and the
B. !t M. boys, which resulted in a score
of 31 to Sin favor of the "lieds."
f The Signal imagines itself wondrous
wise in agricultural fair matters, yet
we will bet a brick watch against a $9
bill it can't tell the difference between
a hjgm lincolarh and symph carpM
Wi: are informed that the north end
"Webster brick block is by Juo means
a dead project. Mr. Moon is now ne
gotiating for material and norknenbut
as yet has noi received satisfactory
uriees for mateiial, etc. .
The young ladies of Mrs. Wallace's
class in the M. E. Sunday school, about
14 in number, gave her a Very plessaKt
surprisexmjast Monday night. Ice
cream. cAke; "and other refseshmeuts
were served, -and
all enjoyed them-
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A'rioxs, at the Opera Hous e lugus
2 and 3.
Home grown watermelons have made
their appearance in our markets.
Miss Lavilla Maesh is acting as
assistant deputy in the post office.
john iouo anu iatnn', nave re
turned from the land of Kanucks.
Miis. J. Stewabt expects to start
next week for a visit among relatives
A. F. Lockhabt has purchased E. C.
Walswortlfs residence in the north
part of the citj'.
The water works project is progress
ing finety. We hope ere long to see it
an accomplished fact.
Blue Hill will change postmasters
August 15, IMr. Dawson having resign
ed. He will be succeeded by Nicholas
Dn. Hall and lamily have gone to
Iowa on a short visit among friends.
Meanwhile Dr. Kollms will occupy Dr.
The Fourth Avenue Studio ha3 a
porch and a new coat of paint, mak
ing its external appearance more beau
tiful than ever.
With three first class new brick
blocks under way and a dead sure thing
on water works, lied Cloud l:as no
cause for complaint.
We learn that Rev. C. W. Springer
and family arrived safely, although a
little wearied, at their former home in
Maine, and are pleased to hear that
Mr. Springer is rapidty improving in
The Hastings papers complain of
burglars and sneak thieves. It might
be a good idea for the people of that
hamlet to re-organize the "Bold 33''
and turn them loose for awhile.
Vol. 1, No.l, Sherman Center,
KanstiP, Jvciiw, is received, and contents
noted. Replying would sa3 that it is
far above the average Kansas paper,
both editorial' and typographically.
(J. li. Chaxey left on Wednesday
night on a business trip to the east.
However, Fred Beutlo3; will continue
to supply the people with law, chattle
loan?, and real estate mortgages.
A. E. CiaitENDox of Fremont, stopped
in lied Cloud Wednesday morning,
while enroute for Culbertson. Mr.
Clarendon is a candidate for the oflice
of State Superintendent of Public In
struction. This week vc publish a very inter
esting railroad article. The road men
tioned will doubtless be built. Then
with the Rock Island and tho city
waterworks we will be about as neai
the front as interior cities usually get.
Nu.merous complaints leach us about
the big sunflowers being allowed to
monopolize a major portion of the
sidewalk on Webster street between
Messrs. Ferguson's and Barclay's rcs-
l idenccs. This matter ought to receive
A young lady who wps visiting in
the country returned rather unexpect
edly last Sunday, in time to catch her
best fellow out riding with another
girl. It is said a sort of frigidity now
pievails in the atmospheie surround
ing the altar of two tender hearts.
The Adventist meetings are being
well attended. Tuero is a slight
change in their program. Children's
meeting at three p. m. every Sunday.
Prayer and social meeting every Thurs
day afternoon at 3:30, and Sabbath
school Saturdays at 3 p, m. Xo ser
vices on Monday and Thursday cven-
H. liuNDELL strolled into Tue Chief
oflice something less than a year ago,
while the force were engaged at their
regular diurnal watermelon lunch. Mr.
K. saved a few of the melon seeds
planted them this spring, and as a re
sult will haye lour or five wagon loads
of the finest melons in the state, speci
mens of which we have examined.
.Hi?. 1"i.'vn-ev has recently been suc-J
cessful in removing a tape worm, head
and all, '32 feet in length, from Geo.
Guilford. Mr. G. has been afflicted for
several years, and has tried almost
every known remedy, but heretofore
without success. He is continent that-
during the past two years no less than
5UG feet of tape worm has passed from
The Rey. C. L. Barler, of Columbus,
O., a Xew Church minister, will preach
in the M. E. Church Saturday evening,
August 7, and Sunday, August 8. Sub
jects, Saturday evening, "Is the Young
Man, Absalom Safe?" Snuday morn
ing, "What .the New Church Doctrines
Are, and What They Are Not." Sun
tiny evening, "The State of Man After
Advertised letters foe the week end
ing J,ily 26, 18S8. Sam Baldwin,
Sherman Creeck, M. Cossner, G. T.
Dudricks, Prcd F. Freeman, W. J.'
Fwzier.Wm. M. Fairchild, Chas. A.
Hutchison, Millard Helen, Deliah
Macy, Miss Bell May, Geo. McHoward
Chas3foulds, John F. Rooney, Jack
Renasker, Thos. Stacy, Simpson Wat
kins, Lewis Walters.
The H:uttns.v Gazette-Journal of
Saturday contains a general business
and historical rtyiew of Hastings from
its earliest existemcc upto tbepreaent
tittt TniCtencF puWiisWpan. aannal
boiiday 'edition 51 similar characUr,
aancak aware of Wi mwt aaaoant of
Uhor it requires it
papr for th public-; 1
mttm gr crUt lor
Hrepara sw a
BIrs. J. T. Latta is yisiting friends in
Mb. S. W. Coon and wife are absen
on a visit,
i The demand for houses in Cewles
exceeds the supply.
Hank Lcdlow has resigned
position in the "Htenin" shop.
Eighteen smests registered at
Gaidner House on Monday last.
Go to opera block and get prices on
groceries and queens ware before pur
Sewakd street, between Second and
Fourth Avenues, is receiving the at
tention of Commissioner Hutchison.
Father Dkesser, of Franklin, will
preach in the Congregational Church
next Sabbath, morning and evening.
Charlie Graves now totes the cop
ied electricity from the bands of the
genteel operator to the uptown pat
rons. Ihe ladies' aid society will give an
ice cream, cake, and lemonade socia1
in the court house park Friday even
ing, July 30.
All members of H. S. Kaley Camp,
S. V., are requested to report at their
hall at 8 o'clock sharp Saturday even
ing, as there will be work for all.
J. J. Duckeii and P. A. Beachy leave
for the east the first of next week.
Mr. Ducker will g to Joliet, 111., - and
on his return will be accompanied by4
hta mother and sister.
85 feeding steers for sale by Moore &
Gardner, 1J miles south of Cowlcs.
These steers were fed corn every day
last winter and this spring, and are in
fine condition. 52w4
Mrs. H. A. Baird is home from her
eastern visit. Her sister, Miss Emma
Dayfoot, of Milwaukee, Wis., returned
with her, and will enjoy the balmy air
of Red Cloud for a few weeks.
Fansler Bros, have rented an unoc
cupied nook in the Parlor saloon, and
haye placed e first-class lunch counter
in the same, which they propose to
keep supplied with the best the market
G. W. Cline went to Kansas City,
purchased a fine team and hack, and
is now enroute for Red Cloud, driving
the outfit overland instead of paying
the exhorbitaut charges asked by the
The boys of Kaley Camp, S. of V.,
have ordered their band instruments,
which will be here this week. They
propose to settlo down to hard prac
tice, and by the time the snow flies
will have one of the finest amateur
bands in the state.
Fourth Avenue, in the vicinity of
Cedar street, is being nicely graded in
a workman-like manner. The dirt is
obtained from tho excavation now be
ing made for the new store room of J.
H. Kellogg & Co., and greatly enhances
the beauty of the Avenue.
On Sabbath evening next, Prof. Smith
of Mallaheu University will address the
congregation of the M. E. Church, sub
ject: "Why should I educate myself."
All teachers aud young people are cor
dially invited to be present. Prof. Wor
ley will assist with the music.
L. II. Wallace has the most intelli
gent dog in this communUy. The
gentleman is training him to be a fire
man. He can already climb ladders
and leap from building to building
with a grace and agility that would
make some of the oriental fireman
green with envy.
The "Winner' contains more orig
inal matter each week than any other
local paper in the state. Blue Hill
That do settle it! The "Winner"
takes the bakery as the biggest liar on
Mirth. If the ''Helmet" has that euro-
mo it will please forward it to Blue
Hill at once.
A. J. Kenney and A T. Ormsby, of
Red Cloud, were pleasant callers on
the Gazette-Journal this morning. Mr.
Kenney was formerly editor of the Red
Cloud Argus, and is one of the few men
who have made rooney enough out of
the printing business to lead a retired
i;f Hp i nnw one of the board of
supervisors of Webster county. Hast-
Wednesday the street sprinkling
cart broke down just in front of The
Chief oflice. The sills on which the
tank rested broke squarely off. Mr.
Thornton the diiver, was pitched head
long to th ground striking on his head
and shoulders and fracturing his collar
bone, it will probably take several days
to repair the cart, meanwhile our cit
izens will get the full benfit of dusty
FaPeks that get four or five edition
of "patents" from abroad in one bundle
id order to save ifreight t barges had
best keep a silent tongue ml not sing
patents to a sbteVthat g ets them fresh
and crisp every week, containing the
very latest newt up to the hour of go
ingto press. The Winner may possibly
take a tumble to ito own inconsisten
cies if such 41 thing be posaible. People
who live in glass dugouts should be
very careful how they hev rocks.
We freely accorl the "Winner" the
extra Si days it is kicking about, on
account of a typograpical error, and
then call it txcetdingly fresh ntwa to
boldly announce tha eagagtwaat of
GroTerand Frankie over a month
aftar Um weddroc nuptials hav
celebrated, and ooe4Hl upon bj
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The following unique description of
an Indian funeral was published in
T:e Chief March 19, 1874, showing
the boys use d to have some fun in the
early days as well as now. It has
been the custom of our citizens for
some time past, when showing up the
historical points of interest of our city
and its environ!, to point with a finger
of pride to the graye of Miss Bed Cloud
on the summit of a beautiful eminence
among the south side blufls, and relate
with great gusto the oP told tale how
Chief Red Cloud and his gang held a
glorious old pow-wow and performed
the last sad rites over his deceased
daughter some years ago, It now ap
pears thai it was not Miss Red Cloud
that skipped for the happy hunting
' grounds, but Miss P. Medicine Horse.
There is not a bone of 3Iiss M. rt. left,
all having fallen a prey to the relic
hunters' greed, and when old Gabe
blows his horn, Poly will have a dick
ens of a- time scooting around through
thsLpiuseums all over the country and
getting herself together in presentable
shape for Resurrection Day's exercises:
"Pol-y-f ron-da-ha, daughter of Med
icine Horse, of the tribe of Otoes, State
cf Nebraska, died at her transient resi
dence on the Republican river, south
of Red Cloud, on Friday last, March
13. The funeral on Friday was con
ducted in true Imlian style. They
loaded her pony with all her worldly
goods, then placed her across them,
and conveyed her to a blufT on -the
south side of the river, where they
buried her with all her trappings.
They then choked the pony to death
and left it to moulder on the sod or
become a prey to the wild beasts, thus
destroying all by which the name of
the noted squaw might be held in re
Under tho efficient management of
Prof. Picking and tho able corps of
instructors the present session of the
institute bids fair to be the most S112
cessful one ever held in the county. It
is constantly increasing bothj in num
bers and interest. At present there
are some SO teachers in attendance.
Prof. Barber, from the State University
deliyered an excellent lecture, which
was highly appreciated. StatG Super
intendent Jones, (whose aggregation
of front name makes a ''cap. W" box
look as though a' cyclone had been
there,) lectured in the Congregational
Church Wednesdny evening to a
crowded house. The gentleman is a
a pleasing, forcible speaker. His lec
ture was a masterly effort. He Bpoko
on different modes of education, mak
ing various comparisons and arriving
at logical conclusions, reviewed the
labor troubles, denied the assertion
that the poor wero growing poorer and
the rich richer. There aie three class
es ip society. The rich, the poor and
the well-to-do, the latter of which, ac
cording to statisticy, are gaining the
most rapidly both In numbers and in
fluence. Jay Gould did not get bis
wealth from the laboring men. The
trouble with the laboring classes is a
lack of proper education. When a
strike takes place thoy find thsmsclves
surrounded by a mob of howling an
archists, urging them, to deeds of vio
lence, when the strong arm of tho law
intervenes and the strike Droves worse
than a failure. The remedy lies in a
broader, more liberal and comprehen
sive system of education and early
training for the youth of our land. The
institute will close next week.
Messrs. G. W. Lindscy aud R. R.
Sherer are about to commenco the
erection of two brick buildings. The
Doctor's will adjom Wiener's block on
the north, and Mr. Lindsey next. Pre
parations lor excavating have already
been commenced. Hacker's sorc is
on wheels and will be temporarily an
chored in front of Lindsey's meat
market. Mr. Hacker has purchased
the building now occupied by Mr
Lindsey, and will move into it as soon
as the new block is completed. Wright
& Wallace will move their stock into
their building across the street now
occupied by Will Houghton. Thee
will be lively times among the busi
ness men seeking new locations for
the next sixty days. The new build
ings are to be two stories hgh, each
25x100, and will be finished up with all
the modern improvements. The ar
chitect is now busily engaged prepar
ing the plans and specifications.
We would suggest the- propriety of
the farmers, old settlers, and in fact
everybody, holding a "Harvest Home '
picnic in the near future in one of the
many beautiful groves hereabouts, and
then organize a society to meet annu
ally at the close of harvest ana enjoj
a dav of social converse and pleasant
recreation, compare notes, recount
adventures, listen to speeches, songs,
etc. There are many places m the
east where these ''Harvest Home
gatherings haye been held annually
for half a century, still the interest in
them continues unabated and they are
looked forward to and cherished in the
memorv afterwards with more genuine
pleasure than any other uoliday of the
Tub following is a copy of an ancient
document belonging to Ed- Young, of
this city, who is a grandson of th
Jacob Young aiendontd. The docu
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Kansas, as an agricultural state,
stands in the front ranks, and her
record at a stock growing state a
a proud ane. These facts haye attract
ed the attention of eastern capitalist,
and during the past year many rail
road corporations have looked upon
this state n a most excellent ieid in
which to extend their operations.
Ther see here a most promising future
for their linos, and this fact induced
the Rock Island to invade cur territory
The Burlington route is now endeavor
ing to enter Kansas and share the
labor of exporting her products with
other roads. As yet all have been
from the north and east, giving an
eastern outlet alone. This cannot re
main so, for reasons that are obvious
to all. The east furnishes a market
for the cereals and stock of Indiana,
Illinois. Minnesota and Iowa, and
this territory is also drawn upon by
the south, which has to be supplied by
Kansas and Nebraska. Under the
present condition ot railroad facilities
the products of tho west are shipped
first east and from those points south.
We have long been in needjof a south
eastern outlet direct to the Gulf, by
which means better prices might pre -vail,
owing to the immense reduction
in freightage. A company has been
organized that will supply the long
felt want, and open to Kansas and Ne
braska the Southern markets. It is
tbe Ft. Smith, El Dorado fc North
western, a line protected from Ft.
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Smith across the corner of the Terri
tory, entering Kansas at Chautauqua
count yand'running northwest through
Elk and Butler to El Dorado, then into
Marion county by way of Summit and
Peabody, and through Callin, East
Branch, Liberty, and Risely to Hiils
boro, and from there through Durham
Park to tho north line of tho county.
From here tho proposed lino travels
McPherson and Salina counties, Inter
secting the Union Pacific at Salina,
and on through Ottawa, Lincoln,
Mitchell, Osborne and Smith to tho
Nebraska line, and then to Red Cloud
in the latter named state.
A glance at the proposed route shows
what a fine territory it has to draw
from, and how feasible such a scheme
as this is. This route would open up
to Kansas and Nebraska tho rich coal
fields of tho southwest, tho quality of
which is equal to tho Pennsylvania
anthracite; the yellow pino at rates
that would be a god send to the resi
dents of Kansas now cenipcllcd to pur
chase lumber from the pineries of the
north. It would give us a direct mar
ket for our flour, corn, cattle and hogs,
as it would givo us a direct routo to
tho Gulf by way of Ft. Smith and the
Arkansas river, which is navigable
throughout the year.
There has never been a road project
ed in the state of Kansas that is of
such importance as this line, or one
that will provo so beneficial in dollars
and cents to every resident of the west
ern part of the state. It is a line based
upon a substantial foundation and
backed by a wealthy company, and m
these icspects differs from tho wildcat
schemes that have drawn upon the tax
payers of the stato without giving or
offering to give anything in return. To
the counties through which it is to'
pass it will be of inestimable value and
calls upon every citizen of said coun
ties for strong efforts to secure its ad
vancement. Tho completion of this
road will open a new era of prosperity
to this part of Kansas and do moro for
the developemont of hci resources and
the introducing of manufactories than
anything else. Let us have the Ft.
Smith, El Dorado, Jk Northwestern.
Ptixbody (Kan.) Graphic.
Go to J. W. Warren's when in want
of hardware and second hand goods
He keeps everything and you can al
ways find bargains there. Ifyou have
anything to sell, sec. him. Don't for
get the place, opposite Chicago Lum
Brick for sale at the Chicago Lum
Brick for sale at the Chica go
Wanted Salesmen for rruit trees
rnamental, etc. Unequalled facili
ties. Stark Nursery, Louisana, Mo.
House for rent, Apply to C. H.
Potter. Good buildings, plenty of
water and near the business portion
of the city. 48-tl
Sulkey hay rake at cost.
43 4t G. W. Dow.
A two seat half platform buggy for
sale cheap. 48 4t G.WHtow.
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THE SQUARE DEALING
THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS
VlIich wJ Lave at a GREAT EXPENSE procured for Uia
fitting of Spectacles to all
DISEASES OF THE EYE !
We guarantee this instrument to most perfectly
correct all deficiencies of Either Eye as
each eye is tested and fitted to its own
JT IS THE ONLY INSTRUMENT !
In the Republican Valley that can correct the Following
Diseases, Astigmatism both iimple and
We especially invite those who have experi
ence the greatest difficulty in procuring "spec
tacles to come and have their
EYES TESTED FREE OF CHARTGE !
Call and see this latest invention of science.
WRIGHT ft WALLACE,
Jewelers and Opticians
Red Good, Nebraaka,
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