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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1888)
A. C- HOSXEK,
Iliblbhed every Fii.lay immiliv from the oflice
m the Moon Jii.K-k, i:el Cloud, Xrf,.
of Cowles is in the
Prof. Eppstem is in the city.
The public school... open Monday
The new pattern-in wall paper aie
Siit.-r than ever Mre :lt Cutting:-..
3Iiss Eva J. King, cuuntv superin
tendent of scho.,ls has returned to
Frank Sena ho i,:.. ,vm is
around sitniin. He p.e.- t X.oii en
A ill you pxtiiic. C.tt:.,- U:I nj.j.ly
von with any kind y..a want and of
the he-t. -. .
Geo. Yr.mii: and uiie have moved
to 1ea Cioitd where thv will make
their future home.
3Ir. Ilouchcn and bn- came up
from lied Cloud Tut. lav evcniui: to
work on the water wo:L. airaiii.
A. J. Tomlinson has rented the
pioneer stable of Dcnni-on & Miller.
John proposes to run a first class
feed, sale and exchange stable.
Horses entrusted to his care will re
ceive the best attention.
Indian Creek, eb. April 3 Spe
csal Correspondence. Mud is plenty
in this part.
Ben Heed returned from his home
stead last Tuesda-.
Edd Metcalf is building a stone
A. J. Means is improving his yards.
Mrs. Uerenzen has returned home
after two weeks visit with her parents
at lied C'oud.
J. Xcigh has moved his farming
implements to the Holland farm which
he will over see this summer.
Alex 3Iinnie a well known and re
spected young man who for the past
five vcars has made his home with
Mr. Mcintosh was killed near Denver
last week by a train running over him
the particulars are not fully known
but Alex leaves many friends who
are sorry to hear of his sad misfortune.
Mr. Lizzie Hounds closed her
.school Friday givinir satisfaction, the
school board are anxious to employ
her as teacher for the summer term.
Mr. Wright is expected here this
cniuming week from Iowa.
Miss Uelle Mcintosh may be seen
riding a nandsome pony presented to
her by her fathei.
Mary and Mertie Mcintosh wereJ
the only pupils not absent duriug the
last term of school.
George Scott holds forth on the
larm now davs. Jon:o.
A great many business men and
la'.fvr are coming from Bed Cloud to
). rii.r tn.it mfli- -.11 y.. ...'... Yll...
Special Correspondence U eath.r dm- ti.i- mean? A better town no
Pleasant Grove. Kansas. April :-
Thi- is a mistake. Red Cloud is still
cui.tv. For further particulars call
on r .-iMitess Gko. w-jton.
rather coo! for the time of tb year, doubt. Superior Journal
Mr, u . u. Jjcwis is still on the ,
&ICK l,rt- . j the best city in the vallev and alwa-s
John Wagoner has recovered so he , will be.
can work a little. ' "
Mr. YanDvke and wife made II. T ,, . V'T "!? r i
,, ... --, , , .. ' "slVtf v- half section of good mi
.Merrill a visit through the blizzard. . proved farm land for sale. One ol
Mr. Obashau and wife was visitimr, the most choice farms in Webster
on the divide the other dav. - !
Mrs. Hilton and sou visited Cowles
Thomas Brown bought a fine horse
of John Coon.
. :inri(ifrs firn I.-.li.. t .. ;,. l
We think the way that spring has
iiirned out the ground hog must have
seen his -hadow by star light before
the sun came up. I'VCI.E To.m.
Red Closd, Xeb.
Their Sasizess Swains,
j I'rol'ib'v no sne thin lists c-i'i-ii
i has rented a part of G. r "' :. rev,VaI ! 'V"!" al.I,e''
. . ' I r t . . - firtl' store :i tiwMi- i-mnc
r ft - . i - .. .- . .. ..
larui. .joiui is a DM- niv: v ii. licir rii-tnnsvr- fi.
nt-e ir .ii ooi'o oi i)r ::ij.-.i-
.iv.-n fot co-siiinptj o.
i.:ai J- im hi t iifiroiniiv i i i-, .
" . it i. . i i the :.u-t .hut it iiiwav-
cures .,!; ;i. t.r di-:i:in Mil s. Ccua!:.!
' " i
1-. eroup .n. ii all o'Mer thrift :i".i l
. !ui';; .!i.-.- -!- ii.iickiv . tired. Yo'i e;t., I
t'.st i. i'.-.'-.re onyin 5y 'jetting : trial
.,..k... ... - . .lr,v ..- -i. j-.t-jy ouiiit:
: 1 - ut-l.
Our city churches should be better
attended. It i- a fact that thev are
uot kept up to the standard in point
of attendance In the busy whirls
of life the moral statu- ol our citv
should uot be lo-t iglt of. Whetli
or religious or not j.-jople should make
it a point to attend i'ivine services on
Sunday at some one of our churches.
F.efore the strike the IJ. & M. had
eighty-five engineers on rolls at this
city. This !rfldy all the engineers
who ran in and out of Lincoln- Yes
terday the number on the rolls were
exactly one hundred counting the
five new men who came in vesterdav
from the Heading road. Quite a
number of the-e engineers do not
have engines but are goini: out with
trains to learn the road. The new
men being reeieved are as a class in
telligent and pass good examinations
in technica1 engineering. One day
last week a bunch of fifteen came in
from Xew England State Journal.
-SOUTH SIDE .EW-
South Side Xew-. Adril -J Special
Correspondence Mrs. Ja-. IJogenrief
iecened a telegram la-t Sunday an
nouncing the death of her father who
lncd iu Illinois. She wa- contemplat
ing of making him a vi-it this primr.
J) wight Chapin was called to Wal
nut Creek last Sunday by the death ol
hi- three months old babe. The be
reaved joung parents have the deep
est sympathy of the entire circle of
Mr-. 11. lioyce of Kan-a- is very
voi.'rlv with conne-tion of the lunirs.
Alfred Sheldon, brother of Dr.
Sheldon of Kansas is vzsitici: in these
parts and from appearance we think
that when he returns to Dekota, our
neighborhood will lose one of its
O yes! We almost fotgot to mention
it. Wm. Richardson weighs more
ounces to the pound than an- other
man on the south side of the river.
Its twin girls one weighing 7i pounds
and the other S pounds. They arriv
ed April 1,
C. E. White had the misfortune to
saw the face of his thumb open to the
bone the wound is about one inch in
length. It is healing nicely.
Mr. Kenward started last week for
Grand Island where he will farm this
summer. Herb. McKini having
bought a team will farm Mr. K's
We arc at times almost beguiled in
to the belief that spring has come, but
about the time we put on cur summer
duds. Dekota blows her breath in our
faces and makes us wish for a buffalo
iudson. Kan.-a-. April ."!. Special
Correspondence. We are having
very disagreeable weather at present
as the ground i- so wet that the farm
ers can't sow their oat- and wheat, but
thi- v. eather i- death on chinch bug.-.
Mr. Hudson has lo.-t six head of
cattle lately with a queer disease they
frothed at the mouth and droped dead.
31 r. Hamilton lost a fin? cold la.-t
Three of our Kansas juyhawker.
started out last Thur.-day night to find
thelitcraiy at the Stone school hou-e
Cheat Fair Lo:
:ifter drivxiiir ei'jht miles thev trot there
but they did not find any literary the
returned home badly sold.
dames Fruit has rented the Kenedy
arm lor the season.
Thii i v r i'ir ia-;-- MamI of pure
streninli and v.l. .! - i . : . mor" eeoaomiral
than tin onlin.irx kiln' a..l cannot be -oM in
comietin uithth.'ii) 't.'nJes of low test slmr:
veteut alum o; ilii..!i:u jt'-.vi!nr-. 5old only
in cans. Itr.YAI. i:.K!N. l'dWDKi: CO.
l'K. Wall trft, X. 'i . .iti .
are snent evory ear bv the people o
this ct:itf ior wor:hle.-s ineilicines for
the cure "f 'liroat -nd lung diseases,
when wo l::mv. t...-t if tney would onlj
invest $1 in Smt.i Ai'i-. the new Cali
fornia discus i-ry ior eon-umplion and
kindrdl consj'hi.'.t-. tiny would in this
)lcasa:it ieine'? tii.d icliei. It is re
cominended l.y n. mister-, physicins
and Duolie -; ak-r- of the Golden
tate. sold and uaianiced by Henry
Cook at - la lotl '. f'T $2.30. Tne
most stubborn . '-a-e of catarrh will
speedily -uc.-'uni. f Cdifornia Cat 11
Cure, six month treatment for -1.
Bv mail SI JO.
Hungry Creek Xeb. April ."i Sjiecial
Corresondence. Fine April weather
now and farmers have began sprini:
Elias Goble ha.-began to plow for
Ian Xorri- plowed potatoes on good
Mrs. Devlin who has been sick all
.-prim; is now confined to her bed.
Mrs. Lu. Hummel closed her term
of school on State Caeek last Friday.
School District No. 70 never got
their year -ettled until two years af
Yes. McCall w.u- laid up la.-t week
Mis.- Dell Osborn is visiting at
home this week. JiMl,-ll.
1 e;m make u the hejpcit Fami '
Loan that you can get in the we.-i j
No. delay. Money leady a- soon is
titb-is peifec: and security ghen
Yin can pay part on principal at ei.d
of., .y '. c:.r and slop intoicst if o:: ,
w;-li I)i fore making a loan compare'
n- rate.- with others and you yi!' it
onvii.:-ed that thi-statement i.- ci r
rect. Ail kinds of well secured notes'
!'"L'ht. C. F.CATIiK!!.
Ulne.-over 1'ost Oflirf. Rod Chuid.
the i.i:svi. : .u.-i:.
Farm to Hent.
. i n- nil'. 1 o . i. i:-i
on .s'. ur.niHrv fin -".!
Iv ouirt at !-;-' 'or.
1 III 4'Sr- !t!l-erii'lr-
m: '.. -
lion. eo...-'i;iHtio!.iliiCzi'.-. !. . ' n.
petite, yellow -ki:.? -hi'-ilt - ji i j;; :
i- a po-itive cure. For -.ile by C L
In addressing Sunday School a while
ago a speaker said to the bo'..-: -Al-w-y-be
kind to your little sisters. "
Now I never had a little -ister. and
I once tried to be kind v. another fel
low's sister, but she had a cruel father
and he hurt me, helping me of? the
We are selling men'.- -nits S.5 (Kt
boy's suits '1 '0
child's suits 1 00
men'-wool hats 2."
men".- calf boots 1 7.")
men'- kid boots TiO
We buy for cash and sell for cash.
We aim to .-ell a large quantity of
goods at small profit and do it. Here
we stop: we might jo on in this -tra:n
indefinitely, but all things must have
an end .- we say call and examine our
magnificent tock of men's fine siiit
in French e i Imere. a'riscas-iinere.
satin lined broad wale and c.-rk.-i-rew.-.
Enuli-h .o'-ted suit- from So u:.
Children and bn's ".uit.-. cie-jr-'utiv
niaue from 1
sldloh's catarrh remedy a pontile
cure for catarrh. '15 -rri-' ..! i-tt:-ker
niouf foi .- . L. .
i ti tip. .Men s nants tron
In fact nothing should al
lure a man into j.artini: v.ith Lis tu-ui-
cv until tie h - M-;t, d
Stoic Clotiii u Dfj.ameiit.
READ THIS I
Go'i p:ture for 200 head of cattle
6 mile from this city. ood water and
fine pasture. Call at J. T. Emigh's mtat
market Red Cloud. 4 t w
Slatnifnt " the FiiuiHcittl Comlitioii of the
City ' Unl Cloial, March :HU, A.V.V.
CITV fiEXEHAI. VUS1.
Total uinoniit receive! iticltiiliiif.
warnint" taken ly Co.Trea- for
Totul uniount o! (lbbur-ineiits. ..
Meetinp Of Republican Committee
Garden Fie.'d and Flower Seeds
Don't send off lor garden seeds,
when we -an fill our orders by the
oz. cr lb. -.ir les- money and with
better seeds. Our ;-tock is fresh and
reliable of the h.test improved var
ieties from the best seed house in the
land: who handle northern grown
tseeds. Wc do not sell on commis
sion, and nothing but fresh seeds in
the bulk. Give us a call.
Perkins & 3Iitchell,
diw feb imch lied Cloud Neb.
Atnboy, Xeb. April 3. Special
Correspondence. The city schools
arc out for a two weeks vacation.
Mrs. Williams and family from
Iowa arrived here Thursday evening.
The' will take charge of the hotel.
Ed Krouce the night agent has
gone oast for a lew weeks visit.
Miss W:la MeFadden will act as
agent during his absence.
Chas. Ilasser is building a new
Our streets have been well filled
this week with mud we mean.
lohn Emick passed his fiftieth
birthday last week. His friends pre
sented him with an easy chair in hon
or of the event.
Miss Wilson, principal of the pub
lic schools, is spending vacation in
the countrj-. Hats.
- .. .--
Penny Creek, Neb. April o Spe
cial Correspondence Spring has
The party at Wm. Saunders was a
Jim Potter of Bed Cloud is visiting
at James K. Wall's.
Miss Mable Day of Ked Cloud wa3
the guest of David Huffman the past
Miss Mable Saunders was visiting
in Ked Cloui last week.
There was Easter service at the!
Pleasant Grove school house last
1 Sundav . Fortiori.
The members of the county Cen
tral Republican Committee for Web
ster county are requested to meet at
the court house in lied Cloud on
Monday, April 0th. at 1 o'clock p. ni.
to call a county county convention to
select delegates to attend the state
and district conventions, and to
transact any other business that may
come before the meeting.
D. F.jTuuxkey A. J. Ke.nxev.
Gone To His Last Reward.
Thos. J. Mosher, one of the old
land marks of Webster county, and
for a number of years familiarly iden
tified in one business capacity or ano
ther in this city, died last evening,
March 30, at his residence after a con
tinued illness of more than a year.
Mr. Mosher was a thorough-going
business man and for many years
was an active member of the city
council, and a highly respected citi
zen. By his death ths city will lo'se
an enterprising citizen, the wife a de-
todown with riuuimonia or "galloping
mg parent, I cace be to his ashes. ' Consumption." lttin no risks, but begin
The funeral will occur tomorrow af-, immediately to take Ayeis Cherry
Cash on hand
From nleif 1k)ii1- ?
torleit on contract
Sale ol warnint No. 1 on water levy
Total amount received
Cash on hand
OCCUPATION TAX IX'Ml.
Total amount received
Cash on hand
Total amount received ,. ...
WATEi: LEW FCNK.
jiimttuiiuMiii iLprt'.iiu " ui linn:?.... 7
SPECIAL HKiDCE TAX 1'UNH.
Total nniomit received s; l.iict SI
Total di-diir-uicuts . t:5"l
r.alanceou hand toU.itc. .. -f l4 .:
.1. S. l.ICKAWl.s.
We, the committee :iiuointed to settle with
t. N. Hickani. Treasurer ot the city of Ited
Cloud, do certify that we have e.'anniieil his
account- as treasurer and tind thi- stateaient
to lie correct to the lest ol our lielie!.
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B. &M. TIMETABLE.
Trains carrying jias-eimers, leave Ited Cloud
oin i:n.t ia IVjmorc.
No. n;, I'.ii-eimer to fliin;o. daily, .TiVJa. in.
No. -JO, i'aeiiirorlo KanabCi: daily, U:U'.a.ni.
oi:i Eaot via Ilnhliiix
Xo. C, r.t-enerto lla-tins, daily SiWa. m.
Vo.lX.', iias-eimcr to Chicago dailv 1:10 ji.ia.
No st, l'.isst'iizer daily 0:45a.m.
N'o 15, I'as-enuer to Iieiner, daily, 0&. in.
Niimlicrt S9 and t connect with Ohcrliunnd
lean- branch train-.
Number-,.". audi; from Hasting-. comiccN uith
A..T. Wki.CU. AST.
GUMP & WARXER,
REAL ESTATE&L0AN BROKERS
Call and examine our bargains. Correspond
GUMP & WARNER.
Opera House Block Red Cloud
The First Symptoms
Of all Lung diseases are much the same :
fercrishnuss, loss of appetite, sore
throat, pains in tlio chest ami back,
headache, etc. In a few days you may
bc well, or. on the other hand, you may
ternooii at 2:30 o'clock from the resi
dence. He as 00 years and 7 dats
I can dehorn your cattle as cheap as
any man on earth. See me before you
make any contract.
S. B. LlGHTFOOT.
w-ti Red Cloud Xeb.
By Mrs. M. L. Beadle, up stairs,
Moon block . Cutting and and fitting
of ladies and children's garments a
specialty. Ladies desiring switches
woven on short notice will please
List your property with us.
Gump & Warner,
Opera house block.
Several years ago, James Birchard, of
Daricn, Conn., was severely ill. The
doctors said he was in Consumption,
and that they could do nothing for him,
but advised him, as a last resort, to try
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After taking
this medicine, two or three months, he
was pronounced a well man. His health
remains good to the present day.
J. S. Bradley, Maiden, Mass., write! :
" Three winters ago I took a severe cold,
which rapidly developed into Bronchitis
and Consumption. I was so weak that
I could not sit up, was much emaciated,
and coughed incessantly. I consulted
several doctors, bnt they were power
less, and all agreed that I was in Cos
sumption. At last, a friend brought me
a bottle of -Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
From the first dose, I found reliefi
Two bottles cured me, and my healtk
has since been perfect."
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. Aver Co., .LowtH. Mate.
Geo. O. 5Teis8r & Co.,
TT Wsi 3il
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30 OOO acres Land for Sale. Improved Farms, unimproved Lands.
Business Houses, Residences and Tow nLots
1 f-9 i kI
co a n "m
ill & ir ife
Go to "Winton's for Caskets and Cof
Why will you cough when Shiloh's
cure will give immediate relief. Trice
10 cts, 50, cts $1, for sale by C. L. Cot
ling. "Hackmetaok" a lasting and Ira
grant perfume, at 25 cts, C. L. Cotting
If you would have a desirable head
of hai. use Halls vegetable hair renew
er, the most wonderful discovery of
modern times for the hair and scalp.
You are feeling depressed, j'our ap
petite is poor, you are bothered with
headache, you are nervousstand gener
ally out of sorts, and want to brace ud.
Brace up but not with stimulants,
pring medicines, or bitters, which
have for their basis cheap whisky, and
which stimulant you lor an hour and
then leave you in a worse condition
than before. What you want is an al
terative that will purify your blood,
start healthy action of liver 4 nd kid
neys, restore yitalty, and give renewed
health and strength. Such a medicine
yon will find in electric bitters, and
only 50cts a bottle at Henry Cooks.
English Spavin Liniment removes
all Hard, Soft, or Calloused Lumps
and Blemishes from horses, Blood
Spavsn, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Stifles
Sprains, Sore and Swollen Threat from
whatever cause, Coughs, Etc.- Save
$50 by use of one bottle. Warranted.
Sold by Deyo & Dorr, Druggist.
We have customers for houes
costing from 8300 to $2,000. Bring
in your property.
Gump & Warner,
Opera house block.
A Dlatlacuiihed Clergynaa's Tm1
Rev It. M. Pickens. President of tba
Methodist ProtcKtant Church ot South
Carolina, write from Greenville:
"AKiut four years ago I was attacked
witL what the physicians pronounced
neuralgic rheumatism, accompanied with
erysipelas. My appetite failed me entirely,
and I had an intermitting pulse and very
irregular pulsations of the heart. A ter
rible paiu ioon came into my chett and
shoulder?, and I beenme so helpless that I
)ould attend to no busineaa at alL The
pain were movable, and would sometime
au from uue part of my body to another,
'inally the erysipelas broke out an my left
hand and arm, and produced much swell
ing. 1 irw tor eighteen month afflicted
in this way, and of course used a great
many kinds of medicines, but nothing gav
toe relief. Friends finally persuaded ate
to try Swift's Specific. I aoticvd a decided
improvement while taking the first tattle.
I continued its ue until I had taken atkxit
one dozen bottles, when 1 found myself
sound and well again, with no sign of dis
ease left except a stiffaeas in my hand, m
result of the erysipelas. While takiag
the medicine 1 gained on an average two
pounds of flesh per week. I think S. S. 8.
a valuable medicine, and I frequently
recommend it to my friends."
Write to the Swift SrEcrric Co,
Atlanta. Ga . for a Treatise on Blood aad
Skis Disease, saailed free to aayotM."
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