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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1888)
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,- Trunks, &c
2f"I carry the largest stock of these goods in Southern Nebraska, and p.i
cash for them. It will certainly be to your advantage to examine my
pi ices before yoa purchase. It will please me to show our goods
even if you do not purchase
C. WIENER, Proprietor.
Red Cloud and Wymore.
Laughing Gas always ouliand
C. L, COTTING
I TVill compound your perscriptions aud receipts accurately
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"Will show you the finest and latest patterns of wall paper
and window shades in the isaTket'tmd guarantee prices
C L COTTING
Will sail ou mixed paints tinted leads oils brushes etc and
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- las a complete stock of books Ftationery and fancy goods.
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rsnll treat all alike and be glad to show you goods at an time s
That are in wanf of machiner of any kind fnis spring
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Harrows, Plows, cultivaiors,
-Jit want a first clasp machine of any' kind will find it to
' then advantage
Oar gooes are all new, no second hand or carried over goods.
Palmer & Fisher
to Palmer Crawford & Co,firt
office work a Specialty
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Planters, and checrows, maxe
to call on ns.
door west of Miner Bros warehouse
WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB. FRIDAY.
1 he ged bud hk.
Frrh Lionels Culled Within the
Glare of tke Electric Liimiaaiie.
3Ii-s Mav Beal is visiting in Blue
31. W. Dickerton is home from
Prof. Blose. of Franklin wa in the
3Ir. Shelly of Kansas City is in the
3Ir;. Curt Evans is visiting in
Guide Bock Tuesday.
Seed corn and potatoe
feed tore oposite P. 0.
Beautifu' spring (providing there
comes no blizzard) is here.
Children's suit from DOcts and upward.-
at the Golden Eairlo.
Tr. Sherer is moving hi- barn to
hi- homestead near the citv.
Fur the mother's friend, boy.- shirt
wai-ts go to the Golden Eagle.
II. B. Fulton started 3Ionday mor
ninir for Arkansas on business.
Geo. Connor, of Biverton. a noted
base ballist. is in the city Tuesday.
Friday night 3Iiss Hettie Skeen en
tertained her friends with a tea party
A fine line of men's and youths suit-;
at astoci-hing low prices at the Golden
Just recieved a full line of cartri
ges and fishing tackle, at Dany &
A little baby at 3Ir. Weatherwax's
is the latest addition to our growinc
The Southern Nebraska are locating
J their line to this city and trradin"
will soon commence.
Boots aud Shoes Were never sold at
.-uch remarkable low prices as at pres
ent at the Golden Eagle.
A fellow was taken in at the depot
Tuesday for appropriating corn to his
u-e that belonged to others.
The Golden Eagle carries more hats
than several other stores combined at
prices that will gladen your heart.
The green grass is springing up
wonderfully and in a few days Mother
Earth will have a new coat of green.
A. J. Asklund, working on Goble's
ranch had two fingers cut off Fri
day, and one badly bruised by a feed
The street railwar is nrriffrosciiitr
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finely and will be in operation by tie
15th or 20th if everything goes all
There will be five applications for
saloon license in the next few days,
They will all be granted we have nc
3Ir. C. E. Webb, of the Tank Lne
Co. has very generously donated to
the association all the coal oil to be
used in their rooms.
Engineer Petersen had a little mis-;
fortune f Tuesday in which be had a'
team ran off and break a boggy.
When the team was overhauled
Petersen said they were trying to
climb a tree.
If you want to Fee a fine display of
clothing and furnishing goods step in
to the Golden Eagle yom will find the
largest stock in Southern Nebraska.
The goods being bought for cash Cv
Wiener is able to sell at bottom prices.
Goods are sever misrepresented by him
and money cheerfully refunded if goods
are not fouad satisfactory on reaching
G. W. Ball is in the city.
Will Yeiser ha
gone to Utah.
3Irs. Fred Hummell is fjuite sick.
3Irs. Dr. Bon has located in the
Jake Ester is the happy papa of a
bouncing little baby.
Jack Gardner of Superior, was in
the Gate City. Tuesday.
B. S. Briggs has a fine residence
now since he has rebuilt it.
A prominent wedding will take place
in this city in a day or two.
G. W. Barker has moved into the
front room of G. B. Chaney's office.
Street railway contractor 3Ir. Bailey
is iti the city. In thirty days our
street railway will be in operation.
The Blue Hill Leader has an able
article on the public school entertain
ment in it- last issue. Shields is a
W. W. Gardner and family go this
week to Orleans to live. Tue Chief
is sorry to haue them leave Bed Cloud
but bids them godspeed in their new
The bonds for tiie Nebraska South
ern were unanimously voted in the
city on last Saturday. Not a dissent
ing vote was cast in the city. Bed
Cloud township was almost unanimous
while. Pleasent Hill went against its
own interests and voted against bonds
by a vote of 21 to 70. We are now
assured of another railway, and that
dirt will be thrown in ten days, and
trains running inside of 120 days.
Hurrah for Bed Cloud.
The funeral of Thos. J. 3Iosher took
place Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at his
late residence. Bev. F. 31. Williams
conducting the ceremonies at the
the house, after which the Odd Fel
lows took charge of and hurried the
brother with the beautiful ceremonies
of the order. It was ope of the lartr-
e.-t funeral processions ever seen in
the city, there being about seventy
vehicles in line besides the Odd Fel
lows who led the procession.
It is our opinion that the railway
committes or some one should go and
see about our railway prospects. If
we are going to have railways, now is
the time to get tnem. Red Cloud is
going to boom this spring and it is
time that our people become aware of
the fact that to get these roads we
must work incessantly, and widi an
Set all the bell a ringing,
And fire off your cun.
Blow your trumpet inside out,
And bane your biggest drum.
No Sunday School Lesson. A Mat
ter of Busdneee.
Leaving out all nice talk about
Sunday School teachers. I quote some
prices below. We DO DuJ 'or cash
and SELL at small profits:
3Ien"s suits from
Boy's i: :t
Men's, calf boots from
Men's kip :
Other goods ia proportion.
We desire to express our siaccre
thanks to the many kind friends who
so pleasantly surprised ns, both, with
their presence and beautiful gift, and
also for their generous patronage
Iduriag- tbe four years of ov residence
Ma. a Mas. W. W. Gaidsib.
APRIL 6. 1888-
The street railway is progressing
Fred 3IcAvoy is visiting his parents
in this city.
It will take 3a tons of iron for the
E. J. Adams of Superior was in the
The first installment of Kansas town
lots come over to-day.
L. H. Fort is building a fence
around his residence.
3Iiss Lula Warner has irone to
Franklin to attend school.
Henry A. Howard has received
notice of an increase of pension.
Court sets on the 0th of this month
with Judge Gaslin on the bench.
Wm. Flohr.- has received word that
he will soon be allowed back pen-ion.
Out of 40 cities reported in this
state 33 went for high license on
W. Dany will soon commence suit
against the city tor $5,000 damage
for false imprisoment.
W. 31. Visscher has moved into
the C. W. Kaley house just north of
Thos. Emigh's residence.
Peter Johnson was arrested to-dav
at the instance of 3Ir. Walling for
taking a harness. Trial to-day.
Oskaloosa, .Kansas, elected a lady
mayor and a city council of women.
The first appropriation made will be
for spring hats and the latest de
signs in bustles.
W. B. Thome, W. E. Thorne. Le
Grande Thorne, Joe Grandstaff. J.
Harp en and Wm. Baker, of Bladen
were arrested yesterday for attempt-,
ing to move the sqhool house in dis
trict 3, They appear on 3Ionday
In this city to answer to the charge.
The government having declared
that the St. Joe & Western land n-ant
void it will put many Nebraska citi
zens to trouble, some of the void
land grant lays in 9-4-10 including
Blue Hill. Col. Hoover has had his
claim filed upon and also some one has
filed on Bohrer's addition. It will raise
the deuce with the title to Blue Hill
property unless it is settled in some
Election passed off quietly yester
day with the following result:
For Mayor Geo. B. Holland;
For Treasurer T. C. Hacker:
For Clerk L. H.Fort;
City Engineer H. Anderson;
For Alderman.. 2d ward J. S.
For Alderman. 1st ward John
For Board of Education J. B.
Willcox and A. L. Punk:
A very light vote S cast and the
utmost harmony prevailed.
On April 26th the B. & 31. will run
an excursion to Norton, Kansas, for
the benefit of the Odd Fellows 'anni
versary at that place, at one and a
third fare round trip.
Rev. . Schubkegel, of Blue Hill
will hold German services at
the Germaa Luthern church Sunday,
April 7, at 10' o'clock a. a., and
English services at 3 o'clock p. m.
Everybody is- invited to attend.
Genaaa auDet;- tf
Far sale at itfrOtai- Betafar
Grading Commenced this Moraixur
on th Line.
HURRAH ! HURRAH ! !.
"Glad titling- of great joy" we send
to our many reader.-. The street rail
way contractor. 3Ir. Bailey i in the
city, and h:d the grading commenced
this afternoon. Mr. Wat-on putting on
four team-. The iron will be here to
morrow and the car- the lath. Hur
rah for the street raiJwav.
THf L ND OF
BEWARE OF DUTAITONg
?ee that cur trjbe mark, SA.XTA AB
IE, is on every bottle i :; on every
bottle of that pleasant California rem
edy. Satisfaction guaranteed or-mun
ey refunded by H-nry Cook
MAKE NO MITSAKE
By dispelling the symptoms so often
mistaken for consumption. SANTA
ABIE has brought gladness to manv &
household and by promptly breaking
up tha cough and cold that too often
developes into that fatal disease wi
yet syve thousands from an untimely
grave. You make no mistake by
keeping a bottle of this pleasant reme
dy always ia the house.
The oniy guaranteed cure for catarrh,
cold in the head, hay sever, Rose cold
catawhal deafness and soar eves, re
stores the sense of taste and smell
removed bad taste and unpleasant
breath, resulting from catarrh. Follow
directions and a core is warranted by
aU druRpste. Send for circular to
ABIETINE MEDICAL CO, Ororille
Six months' treatment for
$1 sent mail byl.10
SANTAABDS AND CAT-R-CUBE foi
Henry Cook, Agent.
H. T. CLARKDUBGCo
WholesaleAgents Lincoln, Keb
FARM LOANS !
The old reliable Saitk Bros., Loaa aad
Trart Co, are making farm toaacattae
lowest attainable rates. We reqaireao
appraisers on oar applieatieae. Leaas
completed quietly aad qakklT. Call on
heir ageat, O. W. Barker
Several Spaa of yoang work aimle
for sale also some seed corn warrant
d to grow by J. J. Post.
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If yon wish to bay or sell property
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