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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1888)
P ed gland ghicf.
A. C RMXEC,
Pablishcd every Friday inoniiu from tic office
in tut Moon r.lock, Ited Cloud, Xcb.
Th Chief is imblisliMl daily .-aid weekly,
TbkUaii.t Cuir.r is is-uil everv evening
aioept bimiuiy, during the year, at 40 cents lwr
tinth or M er eai . '
The Wi.eki.v Cuinr is isued everv Fridav
aornlng. at Si r jvar. jayaMe in advance. It
nasthf tiroes: circulation of anv jiaiier in the
oouuty, rfrrii'athii: larzelv in t!ie.'tate.
Eulemil at tlie Kt-J Cload I'oit-Oflice as second
All vosimiiuicitinii-. hmihl bo addressed to
A. C. Ho-Mnn, Proprietor.
Amboy,3Iay 10th. Special cor
respondence to the Chief. Chris
I Blankey has returned from his expe-
aition to tiie north pole.
Chas. 313'ers purchased a fine riding
horse last week.
The long looked for rain came last
Sunday night and everybody is happy.
Mr. flasser has just finishod set
ting out a large number of fruit trees
Owing to the inclemency of the
weather, there was no school on Mon
Al. Decker purchased John Bush's
fine Jersey cow this week.
Rev. Geo. Huinmcll delivered an
excellent sermon in the city school
house lust Sunday eveniuir. lie will
also preach here a week from next
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Jonah.
Thi- ovi!cr r v:ir. Mattel of 'Hire
itreriKili and wlio.rotineiicss. n.or.- ecotjoniica!
titan the on'lu. r niuil ;':d cant.ii: be vld in
coinjK'tion uith'ha nm'unid f low ;! Mioii
weight alum or t iii::i( irv.ilii-. Sold oalv
mca:i- i:ovai. i!KiNii,o,,rn:n). '
1 War. str.t:. N. Y. ,1:v
625,000 Post Office Building for
T!m we Boom.
Senator Paddock ha.- introduced a
bill in the I'. S. S'-naie. which has
been endorsed by t he postmaster gen
eral and recommended by the senate
committee o:i public buildings, to
establish public postofficc buildings
in all cities where the office business
has been three thousand dollars "per
3'ear for the last three year.-.
The postmaster general reports the
following cities of Nebraska as meet
ing the requirements of the bill:
Ashland. Aurora. Beatrice, Blair.
Central City. Columbus, Crete. Grand
Island, lla-tmg-. Hebron. Holdrcge,
Kearney. Lincoln. McCook. 31inden.
Nebraska City. Xdigh. Norfolk.
North Piatt.-. Omaha. Pawnee City.
J'lattsinouth. Plum Cr-ek, lltd Cloud.
;?t. Paul. jchuer. Seward. Sidney.
Tecum-eh. Wahoo. Wviurtreand York.
Un Saturday ..;ter..)n the various
republican tlelegatc- assembled in
convention rl ti: i-fart h-u?e. A. J.
Kenney was elected chairman and 1).
F. Truukcy. secretary.
i Un motion a committee was ap-pint-d
t.i select delegates to the
Etate and congressional conventions;
ro' : i: KssiONA I..
G. E. McKecby. James jdcNcny.
M. C. Kdloman, J. ?. Hoover. J. W.
C. Tienuau. A. Garber. F. Auld. L.
N. Edson. H. B. Simons.
J. L. Kaley, J. S. Gilham, R. A.
Simpson, Doug. Terry, O. McCall, D.
F. Trunkey, J. V. " Warren, J. M.
Chaffin, W. N. llichardson.
After transacting other business
the convention adjourned.
Low Bates of Interest.
By a late arranj:inents I can make
you a Farm Loan the shortest no
tice, lowest interest, and best terms of
payment that can be had in the west
All kind of well secured notes bought.
Call and ronmare rate.
1 ' C F. Cathki:.
Office iv r Kt-'oihV;, Kud Cloud.
One f.trsj lister lor sale cheap.
41-'Jtn .!ps::i'ii kavi:s.
Severn! Stau of vuunj; work mules
for sale also some -eed corn warrant
ed t grow by J. 1). Post.
w-tf Cowles, Neb.
Penny Creek, May 9th. Special
correspondence to the CniEF.
A cold wave Sunday.
L. A. Raskins traded for a valua
ble horse last week.
Frank Kuehn's smiling face is seen
at our doors assessing.
Amos Huffman started for Denver
Mr. Beauchamp is hauling his hogs
to Guide Bock.
Mrs. Bodies is on the sick list.
The farmers of this section are all
bus- planting corn.
"We hear they liavc turned the
Pleasant Pale school house into a
James Potter has arrived from his
Three more coons were captured
last wvek by J. J 'otter and Cbas Wall.
The upper Penny creek school is
progressing nicely under the care of
Miss Bosa Smith.
John Graves would like to know
the whereabouts of that hay he is
minus of. Teixy.
- m m -
Judson, Kansas, May 10th. Spec
ial correspondence to the Chief.
Andrew Upp looks up with joy when
he says it is a boy.
I There will be baptizing at Orio next
S una a
Miss Emma Whcatley is working
in Bed Cloud.
Mi.-..- Lizzie Barret', of Bed Cloud.
is visiting at her home.
los. Moler carries a broad smile all
over his face and sings. Johnnie comes
marching home. It's a boy, usual
Some of the farmers are done plant
John Gafney had a fine colt cit in
a wire fence last week.
Thomas Byan bar, had his herd of
Mr. Wood is intending to plant -10
acres of sugar c-aic tins year. He
will run hi- mill by steam, and we
may expect to get some cheap sugar
in the future. Cmxcn Bl'
If you wish to buy r sell property
call on u.
Gump & WurRur,
Opera house block.
German itiifJc;, w tf
For stle at the Gram J5!evstr
Lift yotir property with up.
Gump & Warner,
Opera house block.
PLEAS :t pkaikji;.
Pleasant Prairie. May 5th. Spec
ial correspondence to the CniEF.
What a long livel animal wintet is;
susw, frost and a freeze up. Well,
well, Nebraska must be changing for
it was net thus in the memory of the
oldest inhabitant. But the late rain
or snow has started the grass to the
delight of those who are short of hay,
and that seems to he a general com
plaint. A number have lost cattle this
spring and stock.in general seems to
be thin in flesh. Planting is progress
ing finely, a large acreage of corn bo
ing put in and but little small grain
sown, and that mostly oats.
There are a good many acres of
potatoes being planted, assuring a
lesa priee fot them next year
Our school director sports a new
team and buggy. its said so to head
off some of the boy? from coming to
see the schoolma'aji.
Jacob Bochlit-ter is again at wurfc
aftci a long spell of sickness.
Stillwater. .May 9th. Special cor-,
raapondence to tha Chief. The
marriage bells have been ring
ing again. Married on Thursday,
April 19th, by Rev. Fulton, at the
residence of the brides parents, Mr.
David Carswell and Miss Pearl Shel
ton, all of Thomasville. Wc wish
them a happy voyage down the sea of
life. " D. D. M.
Penny Creek, May 5th. Special
correspondence to the Chief. We
have been having real rainy weather
the past week. It will do tho crops a
great deal of good.
Oats are coming up nicely.
C Gust, Jr., has none to Blue Hill.
John Galbraith, Jr., has returned
home after a protracted visit on Wal
Nellie Saunders has returned home
after a few days visit in the Gat
The Misses Siabb- and Wittwer,
of Kansas, were visiting Lydia Huff
man a few days last week.
3Iiss ose Smith, school teacher at
this place, contemplates a visit to
Chicago in July we understand.
Penney Creek is greatly in need of
a minister of the gospel . We will
also soon be in need of a missionary
if something is not done.
31rs. Norris contemplates a visit to
Iowa, leaving L. Spears to take care
of her farm. Foktiori.
- Sh iioh'& euro will immediately re
lieve croup, whooping cough and bron
chitis. For sale by C- L. (Jotting.
For dyspepsia and liver complaint
you nave a minted guarantee on every
bottle of Shi lob's vitalizer. It never
fails to cure. For sale by C. L. Cutting.
We have customers for house
costing from $500 to $2,000. Bring
in your property.
Gump & Warner,
Opera house block.
The Bev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ind., says "Both myself and wife
owe our lives to Shiloh's consumpsion
cure." For sale by C. L. Cottmg.
Notice is hereby give that 1 will
examine all persons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers of the public schools of this
count-, at Bed Cloud, on the third
Saturday of each month
Eva J. King.
Are you made miserable by indigest
ion, constipation, dilzzni' ss. loss of ap
petite, yellow skin? Shiloh's vitalize
is a positive cure. For sale by C. L.
Colli n ;:
Wliv will Kou rough when 31 sib lis
cure will gir- 'U i:nmcti:att ltri:-1.
1'iic-i 0et-..5(ft-ts,!Jnd ?1. Fur -ale
By Mrs. 31. L. Beadle, up stairs,
3Ioon block. Cutting and and fitting
of ladies and children's garments a
specialty. Ladies desiring switch?
woven on shor. notice will please
O.ic pair b3.- knee pants and one
b s i-L'rt walt !i -I :.: fr in i to 10
yc-: zt 7n) cents f r tl. two at the
G '""c Eagle.
Ash Creek, 3Iav Jth. Special
correspoi. deuce to the Chief. John
Posey's family are ail having the
3Irs. -J. II. Ferm.:r.. of Bed Cloud,
visited with 3fr. Posey's Sunday.
31r. W. C. Sehcuck, of Akron,
Col., made his sister, 3Ir.-. C. E.
White, a visit las week.
31iss Alice 31cCartnev is goinz to
school in the Coon district.
New- is vtiy -carce as cvry me is
too bu;j t'l gossip, and we will lay
down our pcucil ur.til something hap
Shiloh's catarrh remedy, a positive
cure for catarrh, diphtheria and canker
mouth. For sale by C. L. Cotting.
- ''Hackmetack" a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 25 and 0 cento For
sale by C. L Cottine.
U. S. Land Office, Bloomlngton, Neb. May 5th,
Complaint bavliig been entered at tills office
by Albert Cumiaiiigs against Mat&ew U. Beutley
lor failure to comply with law aa to tlmber-cuf-turoeutryXo.
4312. dated May -jeth,i83ti,uiKn
the w .; a w i section 5. township l n. rauire u
w. In "Webster countv, Nebraska, with a view to
the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleg
ing that there was at the time said entry was
iita1e. irrowinx ujou said sec 5-1-11 at least forty
acre of natural timber composed principally of
Ash trees, and at the present time, to make a
s:f etliiiut there Is growing thereon at least
IU.IMU trees oi natural growin. me saiu parties
arehorrbv summoned to appear at this office
on th H'th d iv of June, iss?, at ten o'clock, a.m.
to rvMond and fumisli testimony concerning
saidhl.cpitious. T. F. Ainnv. Kegicr.
An Abtolnt ;n rs
Tho original Ahietme ointment in
bnly put up in hrge two ounce tid,
bnxf. sii'd 's 'ii aS'S'.lute cur' tr int
sort's, (urns, wmimls. rhapued bands
and nil .-kin eruptions. Will positively
euro all kind of pil- A-j!: frthe
original Ahietine oiituii'n'. Sold ly
Henry ook at 5 cents jut hux Iy
mail 31 o-vrj. tf
E'iclish Spavin Liniment removes
all Hard, Soft, or Calloused Lump
and Blemishes lmm horses. Blood
Spav.-n. CurN.-, Splint?, Sweeney, Stillos
Sprains, Sore and Swollen Threat :rom
nliitfvpr iiii3t n.iinOij tp. Suru
J50 by u-e -f .me bottle. Warranted.
Nud oy Jeyo & lvorr, Druggt."t.
Ar ou made miserable hy indiires
tion, coi.Ktipntion. di.ziitess, ii. (fp
reti:. velbiw !:in? ."hilolfs vitalizer
iu iLouive nirs. For jh:o by C. L.
A nasal injector free with each bt-
tli iit'Slnlnh'.-;rttHrrb rpnitvlv. Prv-
50 ci'iits. For sain v (J. L. Cofrng
If ou wftubi bavt' dt iruUe h-ad
ol hair. us- tiallV Vein table gidi-iii
Hir JlentM-r. tbe uist wndt:rtnl dis
covery of iifHie'ti time-lor tlie lutir
Poisons preinatujji ltiv can have
their inir restnred t it ynnhful
be-.uty. by u-iug Hall's W.'etablo Sic
ilian Iir IlMiwr. :ii- 'ip-Jt ar'iib in
r A Horrible Inheritance.
The transmission of the fearful effects
of contagious blood noison is the most
horrible inheritance" which any man
can leavo to his innocent posterity; but
It can be certainly mitigated and ia the
majority of cases, prevented by tho
use of the antidote which Naturo fur-
nisues, ana wmen is lonna lnthcremo
dy lrnowu all over tho world as Svif t'a
lTr.I.TT.Trnn.n. rf TTnTinllct-ill TiT V
vrritcs: "Three years 1 suffered with
this horrible disease. 3wiJts Specific
cured me complotelv."
Trot. Edivin Baar 234 E-Iad st,N. Y..
writes: "S-vift's Hpeeiiic cured mo
or a fearful caso of BlooJ Poison.'1
Dr. B. F. "VVinclicld, nf the Soldier's
Home, Richmond, Va., writes: 'Swift's
Specihc cured ma of a severs case of
D. W. IL Briggs, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
writes: "I was a perfect wreck from
Blood Poison. Swilt's Sjecilic restored
health aail Lope, and I am well to-dav."
C. 7. Lan-atll, Savannah, Ga.:" I
sufferc Uor.g-with Blood Poison. I tried
Swift's " ":ific and am icrfcctlv well.
A.W. .. ell, of Poxer'd Hotel," Roch
ester. N.T., writes: "It is the best, blood
remedy on earrn. I cared mvself with
It. I recommended it to a friend and it
made- him well."
Jttr. P. L. Stanton, of the Smitnvillc,
(Go.) Kews, writes that a friend wa3
aifiHctcd with n caso of Blood Poison,
an& two bott.es of S. S. S. effected a
Trect.so on Bleo-J and Skin Diseases
TnlSr1 fT-Sf T-Tt- Kr-TOT QnT....
' Drawer 2, Atlanta, Ga,
The u :' u sinuif in-tcic of Jb.lIV
Vt-getJi! le SiisiHm iJiir i.eeewer will
siiww it- lin in re.nriu tb n.t
ur.il ci! ol thcbuii and Je.tn-i:: the
ln n'.iu, fiUt of the. nair, wjh itch
ing ; in -.:Jp. irew ittd. ami the
c"il; .i.a.l.- c-l ninl he.ihbi. by rne
use., ha'.'s VtuetahU Sie!;..u llair
1: itie intiin-io me .t al'.ii" of
Hall's Vtvet.iS'ie ieii in if i.r l:-n-w-tr.
:hiit n. i- ii'iif.i-il tt.r it ure: popu'sr
it. Jr resu-ring tne naair.i! coiwr f
the ! ir.
A huh-d orgiizzly t-eirdi- unbt.coni
ltig t ai.y lu.tn. -ill"! tniy be i o!orel a
natural ro.wii 3r o;.iik " u-iug B.ick
nigiiam a Dve for the Whiskers.
IIriP-Vegetable Si'i!i-'n fi
ewer:s i e :no-t r i.ibit- i- ' . .-
for rt-t. nmr gray I i. .. . - ....... ..j
co'or an ' promoting the growth o. hair.
Suc'i-s res'.it- fro'ti inert. HUV
Vegetable Sieiliaii Hair II. i-t-.vr is
placed before tiie pu ie- m-ii-I. .ii!t
merits, its jj'i.'i-es- i-indi-jii::tbie.
Want of Sleep
Is sending thousands annually to the
insane asylum ; and the doctors say this
trouble is alarxuingly on tho increase.
The usual remedies, whilo they may
gtvo temporary relief, are likely to do
more harm than good. What is needed
is an Altcrativo and Blood-purifier.
Ayer's Snrsaparilla is incomparably
the best. It corrects those disturbances
in tho circulation which cause sleepless
ness, gives increased vitality, and re
stores the nervous system to a healthful
Iter. T. G. A. Cot5, agent of the Mass.
Home 3Iissionary Society, write3 that
his stomach was out of order, his sleep
very often disturbed, and some im
purity of. the blood manifest ; but that
a perfect cure was obtained by the uso
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Frederick W. Pratt, 124 Washington
eirccr, Boston, writes: "3Iy daughter
was prostrated with nervous debility.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla restored her to
William F. Bowkcr, Eric, Pa., wa
cured of nervousness and sleepless&CS
1y taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla for about
two months, during which timo hi
weight increased over twenty pounds.
Dr. J. C. Ayer ft Co., Lowell, Maw.
BaldbyfcdDraggiiU. Priee $1; rix bottlN,
f ; -v
'." 3' Vj
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Birfts and Shoes
in i received a full line of
You will find a
Better selected than any
thing ever shown in
the city, made especi
ally for us.
Something entirely new in
SOFT HATS !
In fancy shirts we have the
" Clarendon Shirt "
Best fitting shirt in the world.
"White Shirts, we handled the Gold
Silver, known the world over as
the best fitting garment
Don't forj-et this little item, that we
only ask you for
Child's Knee Pants Hoc
and give you a waist free.
Berg & Galusha
Addition to tiie city of Eed Cloud
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I I I I I I a I I I I IHI It
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BUY LOTS IN
This addition is the most choice and desirable
locality in or around Red Cloud--giving
-a fine view of the city.
Now is the time to biijr lots.
Geo. O. Yeiser & Co., RedCloud, Neb.
I'ine-t over brought to- lied Cloud. ,
Al-o. keen the vtt-.-n -un
i 13; jr, i jljjN Hi
Oi !' -t A ?'.oe in tlii. vallcv.
r l- u -.'
Geo. O. reiser & Go.,
th. th-spest. 30 000 acres Lacd for Sale. Improved Fannr,' unirDprovccl Loads.
Euslncss Eeuses, Eesidonces and Tovr nLots
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