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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1888)
Is novc lOfidv to take vour meruiv i'ov a
Tailor Made Suit !
And tr.ii ofc-r vou tho selection of
OVER TWO HUXDKED PIECES
Of Cn--imcre, Worsted, Meltons, htc.
Carry The Piece Goods in Stock
It is ii j v aim to build up a first ciais
Merchant Tailoring Establishment
If good Goods, fine trimmings
:vad first-class workmanship
and low prices can ac-
'&.- complish it.
' Air. W. Houghton will have
this dejiartment in charge, will
he pleased to show you our styles
C. WIENER, Prop.
. Red Cloud and Wvmore
Geo. O. Teiser & Co.
beai est ;:, -j
30 GOO acres Lar. J for Sulo. Improved Farms, unimproved LandB.
Business Houses, Residences and Tow uLot
60 DAYS !
You can buv
OWN PRICE !
BEG & GALUSHA,
THE CHICAGO STORE CLOTHIERS
rvs i-a Qj'n y r
WEBSTER COUNTY. NEB. FMOAY AUG. 3 1888-
. .'. KOK'HS...
fi. K. Cha.:ty .'-:: ! :rm-: home.
Ed. Wiener ha- :et .-.-i! from Wv
Wm. At how
I lie wen i- i
be cut tio" n.
Join: ?. ?.-.
llit- -;,i'iHs ontrhi to
is:- t'liim ( i aide
lt;ivjir food cUt - chicken cholera
Sold by Costing.
J. M. Chaflin. of'Juide Rock, was in
the jity Thursday.
J. X. Richard, oi' the -state of Beit
rice." i in the city.
John Gros Iiusr t.:keu a position
with E. McTarhind.
Aids. Gather and Emigh were in
Miss Xellie Adelsheim is the ;ucst
of 3Ir. aud Mrs. C. Weiner.
H. J. Pickering, of the Oinah.
Type Foundry, was in the citj Wad.
Won't we cut a splurge with our
little red wagon, sajs the -Big Eight."
The best michine oil in tke mar
ket for I0 cents per gallon at Cot-
Peail Skeen went to Orleans Wed.
morning for a week" viit with Vashti
The citizens should he sparing with
the city water until a better supply is
All of the be.-i eatables in thj hind
are to be found at Kaley & Caltncs'
B. B. Tinslcv, of this city, has re-
ceived a pension by special act, from
E. J. Cuitis left . turdaj evening
for Kansas City, whe he expect to
reside in the future.
C. W :ner. our pn. ular clothier,
goes ea5 altpr !!- J., i F'.ock on me
15th or thereabouts.
Geo. Young returned Satuiday eve
ning from York. Xeo.. where he has
been on buinei for the past three
The "Big Eight ' expect to play
sheol this fall with their new outfit.
Sail in boys, esre.itnce is a wise
Chairman Iloge, of the B. & M.
strikers, has sued the Lincoln Xews
for libel. He ha- Lo sued the B. &
M. detective, Mr. 1'inneu. lor $10,000.
31r. Brubaolur, who hr.s been agei.t
Iiam !.. caiha tiniA Yi..r i nip tlif !
., t. , r.' . ,
F. Express Co., nas been transferred
to a messenger position we under
stand. This morning when Fred Brad
brook come up town aud ascended
into the second story of the Moon
block, he found a live bull snake !
about midway up the back stairway, j
Taylor, who has been an
employee in the grocery store of E.
McFarland for some time pust, has
resigned and intends to go west and
grow up with the country.
E'itorWard. of the Helmet, is
learning fast that an editor lite is'
not one of "Flowery beds of ease."
His fine thoroughbred hog died Tues.
uight. That's what a fellow gets fci
I being an editor.
Mrs. Bert Zerwckh, who has becu
in the city visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Thos. Emigh, returned to
Colby, Kansas, Monday. Her sister
Miss Rose Emigh, accompanied her
for an c " " 'it.
Th 0;n:ilh iU-toiblicau ii .-waking
..! I' !
II. t'hanev, (':; candidate for
uttoi - iv tretjcrjil. -:'..- hi- chances i'ur
:!!. oHioe are ivxid ..it i thai the i.:cu
h.:- been tun owed d"7.i: between
!i. i:ev .:iv. I o. feott.
lifht wi'eat in the sens in was
maiketcd at the elevator Saiind.iy by
Wm. Barrett for which he received
3(1 cents per bushel. The first oats
Monday by .ir. !'. Fr.ise and brought
IS cents per bushel, he selling SOU
Thu'viiaud Army of tho llcpublic
bos j ere inspected Tues. iveniug by
Uepartiueutr Inspector G. W. Stultz.
The meeting v. as pioductive of much
good.1 The W. 11. C. ladies, with
their ,usual euterprie. entertained
the Post members in royal style.
Judge McKbighau't! little baby
died bu:u night and was hurried Mon.
af.ernoon; This make.- two child -en
that have died in the Judge's iamily
iu the last few days, and Mrs. Mc
Keighan is also. liug very sick at
the present time.
C. Wiener, the goldeu eagle cloth
ing man, opened his merchant tailor
ing department Wed. This is an
enterprise that we are pleased to ncte,
and in the bauds of Mr. Wiener will
be successful, lie will keep the best
goods to be had and will make suits
at reasonable, figurec .,
A couple of sehoolmaruirf were vis
iting a farmer's family near this city
the other day, aud they were quite
interested as the farmer proudly
showed them his stock and gram
fields. Ouc of thejouug ladies asked
the farmer when the corn would be
gin to tail out. Probably she meant
The city duds have concluded to
pipe the creek for a complete water
sbppl, and have scut a committee of
t;o, J. H. Emigh and C r Cathu.
to Beatrice to investigate their meth
od of iiitcnng and to secure tileiug
for the water course. This is a sen
ihlc move aud will be the means vt
solving the water piobleiu for the
The other -day v. hen Col. Hoover
w;.s in this city fixing up his political
fences with the "Big S' we think he
left tlic bars dowu by publishing his
aunounciucut iu a democratic paper.
Queer kind of republicanism that,
where a man has to resort to demo
cracy to auuouuce himself whan there
are four republizan papers in the
Republicans throughout the state
will be pleased to learn that Hon.
I (Jeo. 1). Meiklejohn, of Nance cou::-
ty, has consented to be a candidate
for Lieutenant-Governor before the
Republican state convention. Mr.
Meiklejohn was a member of the last
state senate, was president pro tern of
that body, in which position he dis
tinguished himself as an able and im
partial parliamentarian. He took an
acl;c lKlrt in the proceedings of the
I 5CIiate a.iu was on the right side of
every question iu which the interests
of the people were involved.
The Republican voters of Garfield
township are respectfully requested to
assemble in the school house in dis
trict No. 7, on Wednesday, Auk. loth.
1SS3, at 2 o'clock, p. m., for the pur
pose of electing delegates to the regu
lar county convention to be held at
Red Cloud, Aug. IS. A general attend
ance is solicited. There is tc be sub
mitted to the nieeun:, the question of
r prohibition amendment to the con
stitution. Also other matter of im
portance. X. L. D. Sm'th,
.1 -d u.ijy.
h-ir.i'' i'rojii Maiik-iio. i
ff ii tvp :.- iii-tdi::'! r.::t: i".y
W. y. Yisscher :-h no from iir
ltev. F. 31. William:
in the citv.
and wifrt arc
Bed Cloud is g'dug to have a circus
had an . ttaek ot
the city Thursday.
Geo. Burr, of the Tinu'S-Winner, wa
in the city Thurslav.
Uu:hie ?I:iif;r went to Xoiton
Kansas, Thursday morning.
(ir.mt Ludlow -saw snakes" Thuts.
morning. Ask him abmit ir.
The Chief will give the weekly
one year for the best display of corn.
Mr. Metzgcr, of Beatrice, a brother-in-law
of Anson Highy, is in the city.
Mrs. Floyd Reynolds left Thursday
morning for the west to visit her par
ent. Deliveryman Conover wears u regu
lation express cap nowadays. He
Those who are indebted to this
office on subscription MUST settle
up at once. "- ...-.
Mrs. Al. Galusha aud mother left
Thurs. morning for Seward, Neb., and
A. S. Marsh has taken a position
in the Chicago Store as manager. He
will be found there at all times ox -
cent between mail hours.
A little fun occurred Wed. night by
Allien a siran"er was arreiu Jr
cai tyiiig concealed weapons, but was
released before the case come to trial.
This metropolitan reporter went
ov r into leeding Kansas on Tuesday
under great difficulties. In return
ing our fast horse took sick aud we
tieie compelled to work our passage
The following gentlemen have given
the democracy the "cold shake:"' Gen.
A. L. Pearson. Hon. Orange Xoble,
Judge Handley, Ex-Mayor Farwood,
Hon. John Slingluff, Frank Heath,
J. W. Gcphart. Frederick Standford,
11. C. Trextcr, C. E. McKenna, R. K.
Mortin. J. W. Hindcmarch, Geo. H.
Mers, of Pennsylvania, and hun
dreds of others are coming over to the
side of republicanism.
Piatt & Frees Co. have for sale
one small house with one lot for $400
to be paid for in installments of $15
per month bearing 10 per cent inter
est. A good chaucc for some one
who is throwing away money by pay
ing rent to secure a home.
One good large house, nicely locat
ed, $2,000 to be paid $500 down, bal
ance in payments of $25 per month, -
10 per cent interest.
One good farm 100 acres under
wire fence, about 100 acres under
cultivation, about 23 acres in hog
pasture fenced with boards. A fine
farm house, etc.. aud only 3 miles
from Red Cloud. Will allow almost
any time a purchaser could want.
Also one perfectly new self-binder,
either Buckeye or Peering, on long
time. Might take a good young
hoise as part pay.
The Piatt & Frees Co. are making
some valuable additions to their coal
and lumber yards.
One dollar buys a number one
scrcon doir at the Cbicigo Lumber
" . '
John ( Titt r i-
At a rqt:!..r :..cci;ng of lied rit,uil
tri . .1
fit. I. O. O. V. St(u:d.iy
i lu'.rimr t:iiMs weie in-
n. . -::.i- Paikcs
V. (!. 1'. V-. I:mi.;:iell.
S(.Motarv. " ill Parke-.
V I. . i'jvlM.
Con K. kscn.
0. G. W. E. Kamis
1. G. (J X..McUanie:j;.
Chajdirr Geo IFmuEi.d!.
Support" N. (I. -.1. S. M.t:.-u .mil
T. W. Hatfield.
Support"'--- Y. G. A. Moihart and
A C. llosmer.
S S. A. O. Be'rg and l. W.
lltpresenuitivo. M. K. Beutiey.
Mayor Holland ha.- issiud Ins pro
clamation to dispatel) the canine
race of Bed Cloud by trie gran route.
J This is riiht r.nd the people shouM
either muzzle the curs or take tic
The Change Maul -.
Monday A. J. Welch w.v installeJ
as express agent for the Wei's, FargO)
Express Co. The uptown oCce will
be removed to the depot This pari
of the change will be undesirable, but
the Appointment of Mr. Welch will
suit the people of this city perfectly
well. He is a very pleasant j-eiitle-mao.
and will bo a good agent. We
are pleased to note his appointment
Fred Sleeper has not been sleeping
all these years for, nothing, and when
i fao iiamn jliwn Iahii Trw riAmin( nnn.
: . . ... .. . .
witn niB iacc. as it was wreatneu ib
., - . .
' smiles from one "year to the other.
j()ur rcporter Mticed the orcling
therct.f, and questioned Fred us to the
cause, when he replied "what's t)
matter with d.-d." We tumbled a.B
straighUvay called on grand-dad ju3
extended our congratulations. Fnd
i.-st happy that there is talk of Iarikt
iuxhim if ho doesn't subside sotn.
The IEa..t!ii! PorftttT..
The people of Red Cloud, 3"i;..! a
and Kearney can go n with ih ir
'Nebraska Southern" project, but if
they do they will scmo day awake to
the fact that they have been sold.
Don't worry yourselves ahoutUdd
Cloud Mr. Gazette-Journal. Our
people will take cere of themselves.
The people of Kearney, "Mindcn and)
Red Cloud know that yon want the
Santa Fe, and arc usicg jour best
j endeavors to beat the bende, but that
will do you but little good. Hogol
ogy don't work in this country, so
phase come out of ihe peot or quit
An AUenpCto Halldoze '(rfcta Oflca.
On Saturday eveniug while the
force in this great metropolis n outfit
was picparing to close up the week s
business, for the purpose of better
observing the Sahhath-, our pa act ma
'was invaded by two gentlemen with
all the savage waring accoutrements
of frontier life, and demanded that we
retract out assertion that they were
the laziest men in the citj. We
threw up our hands, and) came nearly
throwing up our dinner also, we were
so scared, but just then the devil ap
peared with tho shooting stick and
the cowboys were put to fight, the
devil in close persuit. It was a fear
fnl(?) mtment of suspense but we de
cided to break the neck off of a
well, a pop 'bottle and shake bands
over the emptiness thereof, anw just
let the assertion remain, aa it was
high coapliscnt to them. Thisifem
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