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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1888)
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Ve have heard it inthnated that
some of the laboring men of this city
will oppose Mr. Kenney for state
senator. That intimation has led u
to examine his record in the last
I i .r itcr varies. -Mariel ! pure
.-.-"'' .iuU . . vuent?, more ecciu um-al
Ju. t. f ord. ui kiml jiiitl cannot bo old m
c r,t'. 4. w .:.:.. multitude of low titt short
v,r j. : .. :- or j ! ojiiiaie i.wlor. Sildonly
... . .4: I'A Y.VL KAKIXU I'OWDKI: CO.
!"; Wall -treet. -.". "i . City
The anti-Keaaey clique have at last The "w.j 8" and Their "Korean."
found sewerage for their vituperation . What an arrav of hrilKuncy there
through the columns of the Omaha wiH t,e on the ne;v paper, whom toe
Bee and m the issue ot the 9th attacks I bank comb:ne fe
Mr. Kenney in a half column article , , . ,. ., , ,!
which certains hntonr.i;i hcad individuals propose to bring into
lies from beginning to end. Two mail , lostcr wu" tne,r httle 4 Per House on the labor question and tve
sacks of the issue have been received cent a month profits. The whole i find it to be favorable to those who
for distribution era the eve of the sc,,e"ie has been brought about vir-
1 primaries. The effort is quite on a par tually by Lew Aibringht, Dr. MeKee-
with the plan adopted by .the "Big 8" by and S. Garberf Tlie facts are
iu i4iu,r ugni on ai. is aic-Mit last tall that these sentlemen havin- failed
when they toned the fwnou. red t0 rake in the political chestnut in
headed circular' vilifying every one the t are snl, trv- tQ a
outside of their unholy alliance. The .,,-, , .
Bee's compound dose ol physic and '?. , fattloall't a par value 11,
law will prove an abortive effort- Such ' cbster couut? aild presume to
sruerrilla warfare will hav - influ. . start a PsPer whereby they will be
ence of honest voters. It will prove a better prepared to have their venom
boomerang. Every voter should scattered abroad over the county by
procure a copy of the paper in question hich they hope to keep up a faetion
and see for themselves to whit desper- sl finht which in the la?t few years
ate straits the gang has been reduced, j llas nearly bec0J1Je estinctj anj ould
, ., .- ' ... . . i be new if it wert? not for this rinir of
Do the farmers of ebster county .
want to elect a man to the-tate senate J c'6 who desire to dictate what the
who belonged to the shippers' pooi Pe(Tle shall do politically, a.wajs
which was broken nn bv thu assaro .looking to self interest rather than
'earn their bread by the sweat of their
brows.' .Several bills were introduc
ed in the House in the interests of
labor and the printed records show
that they received his support. On
page 093 of the House Journal Mr,
ivennev is recorueu as navmg voted
in fayor of a bill "to create and con
tinue a bureau of labor and industrial
statistics." This bill provides for a
commissioner whose duty shall be to
callect statistics relative to industrial
classes ind especially to examine into
the relations between labor and capi
tal, the means of escape from fire aud
protection of life and health in fac
tories and workshops, the employ
ment of illegal child labor, the exac-
thc people. Peopln who go outside tion of unlawful hours of labor from
of their own legitimate bu iness- to women and children, the educational.
of Nebraska of thousands of dollars ' encage in some other which thev are sanitary and financial condition of
and much credit is due the legislature QOVices in. have certainly u ciupti- laborers and contains many other
f ir liMVintr inni":fitf nl .f lir lotr lint . . .
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since that actios wa taken a grain , , , ,
trust uas oeea or'ianirtfa. Air. ivennov
From now to September 1st
of a law at the last session of the Leg
islature. This pool robb:d the farmers
IEi: JA.TXt.V TIAItlEISJO',
F or Vice-President.
supported the Jaw -breaking up the
pool and we Lhinkhe woula be agwd
man to do likewise with the trust.
m:vi i. .iokton,
of New York.
For Congress, 2d District.
i:ox ja?h:s LA1CD.
r. P. Shields, of 3!ue-11111, ?ras in
tin aittropolis Thursdav.
Dave Trunkey can now be called
Judce" having been 'appoin ted b-
it e board 'it, aapervisors as sistant
C "jntv Jude.
K. "W. Miller, who has-been loedfast
for several weeks, diedThurs. m orning.
He has been a constant suffere r. His
wife and family Lave th-frsymp ithy of
Ktv. C. W. Wells, the nrst
4iiini?tir to lied Cloud of 1 5 years
4-'J. will visit the city aga in next
Jilbath to dedicate 'the C'hapel.
Sermon 10:o0 a. m. Old settli ;rs and
all friends of the cause incited.
The "Kstcv Organ" is the one to
buy. It costs less, is tzstefi il. sub
stantial, well built, is superior i n tone
t . any other. Call and see the stey
at the residence of Sada J. 1 Jailey.
?'ld for cah or oa monthry payi uents.
The Helmet says it j? impo ssible
to throw a stone without hitti ng u
We should like to ash our Iemo
cratic friend "how about the demo
cratic throng that arc clauorinr for
i5cial honors cvi in -Webster ioun-
Pi. K. Stowe has beer, tppouited
agent for the "ortt German Lloyd
Steamship Co., which sails-from New
York City via Souths mptar.io Brem
en. Gcnuan-. The company Lave
pre-ented him with fine pk'ture of
the -Fulda' one of her fastest ships,
and Mr. Stowe invito old-sailors and
foreigner-: and the poaplc to-tall and
Mrs. G. E. -McKecby and JanaMer.
Iiacelle. are vieitiug relatives at James
The tile huve arrived for tappkyr the
creek. In a -day or two more vre will
have plenty -of city water.
The f aaerel of E. W. Miller will take
place to-morrow. Saturday aftexroon at
2 p. m a.i his lat residence.
Joe Karr and the street car-are hav
ing a legal tusssl this attar-noon in
reference toomc delinquent v:ages.
The ladies of the German Lutheru
church wil! give a 'estival at their church
to-morrow eveniac. Ice creara lemonade
aid sapjttj:. Everybody come.
Jacob .aatein, the cigar maker is her
and has opened-his cigar fact-y. Xo. 192,
jnst north of A. Cook's boot and shoe
store. Tue Cincr hopes he w!l make a
success ef the-budneis.
Xo Ta. the fast freight trail? on the B. &
M and No. .4 paisenger tried to pass on
the sam track ltst night at Trete. Both
eacines were-batllv demolisi"2d. Xo one
Judge Wilcoi:, of Red Gloud, was in
town Wednesday evening. He is prob
ably okt next county attorney, and will
make a laithfal and efficient officer, he
has our hearty good will. Cowles Her
ald. Hou. A.J. Kenney. of Red Cloud,
was detained in the city ever Wednes
day night, an! favored this office with
a pliasant call. Next to a prohibition
ist, it would please us to see Mr. K. in
theSeaate ihis winter. Cowles Her
ald. Go. W. Lindsey. our worthy pack
in house man, has finally came out
and joined the republican party, don
ned a Harrison and Morton uniform
and marched in the republican flam
beau club last night. We are glad to
see George ccme oat on the right side
Some men can stoop to very low,
mean acts. Witness the article in the
Omaha Bee of last night
in reference-to A. J. Kenney. A man
who will write or indite 6uch an infam
ous, untruthtul article is to contempti
ble to have the confidence of the peo
ple. But. then the "Big-8" have about
8 of that kind-of fellows.
Dr. McKebv. rh
the euphonious titleof"doctor. lawyer,
politician and editcr.' will no doubt
be the political adviser, while I. P.
Albright, his right, hand man, -will be
the financial luminary, and Seward
Garber will follow closely at his heels
holding the sack strings, while the
rest of the outLi will dance to the
tune of Mret your money ready."' It
is the same old clique that has tried
to run the county for years with their
political chicanery but the people are
on to the outfit and should sit down
on the venerable "S'T who presume to
dictain how the people shall vote.
All Dry Goods and Notions
is sad to important provisions. y the aid of
o wtRrs Mr. Kennev this bill was passed bv
the last Legislature and is now a law
upon our statute books. Also ou !
rage b'G7 he is recorded as voting in
favor of a bill prohibiting the em
ployment of children under 14 years
of age in workshops, factories, mines,
etc. This bill received a favorable
consideration aud is now a law of
Nebraska. Other bills of a similar
character received his support and
his whole record on the labor ques-
Remember we will not be
lc pays to-
Th Helmet man still evades our
assertions in regard to Harrison and
the Chinese by getting off on some
thing else. He wants to know how
the Chicago-mado Joss," referring
to Gen. Harrison expects to be elect
ed president. We think we can
answer that assertion, simply by
saying (1) that he was a patriotic
freeman, having borne arms in de
fense of his country, and by valiant
service won the rank of Brigadier
General. (2.) He is. in favor of the
laborer of the country. (3). He
doesn't believe in free trade by whicfi
America would be putting shekels
into the rich men's pockets over in
England. (4.) Because he is a wise
and pure statesman and a sonnd re
publican, and believes that America
is for Americans, and there are thous
ands of other reasons why he should
succeed the -St. Louis white w.i-iicd,
whisky lined. what-3o-you-eali-it-can-didate.
tion as we said at the out,
set ought to be satisfactory to every
man who -earns his bread by the
sweat of his brow." It is much in
his favor also to say that this record
was made nearly tw$ years ago. some
time before the labor question receiv
CU Sl.-4.UU3 tUUSlUtldl.'MI ill .luuiajna
and those who favored the passage of
these laws must have fol.'owed their
inclination, unirifluenced by popular
clamor or efforts from any quarter. It
could not well be otherwise, for any
man who has performed the drudgery
of a printing office for thirty years is
not apt to make a bad record on the
labor question and our advice to labor
inn men is to hold fast to that which
is good and not exchange it for what,
to say the least in this particular
case, is a very uncertain quantity.
3IcKeishan got Itft
the other cav for Congress and.a man
from Crete named W. G. JIactings.
yvr:.s nominated . In November there
shall be erected over his remains in
some quiet graveyard osiethin like
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; From Too Much Laird. I
fDvember 6th, 'S3. :
flon. A. J. Keaney, of Webster
county, made us a faithful and intel
ligent float representative in the last
Legislature, always it his post and j
acting for the beet iBterests of his
constituents. A few ambitious sore
heads in his own county ar? endeavor
ing to compass his defeat and to se
cure this end are trying to lie him
out of the nomination. It is to be
hoped his friends' will stand by this
faithful servant of the people and give
him his deserved prouetion. Bloom
Terms Cash. Call and
MASONS OLD STAND.
CARRIAGE & WAGON RE AT? SHOP
J. E. Heron, Proprietor.
I have just located in Tied Cloud, and can be found at McGuire's blacksmith
shop where I will be glad to see all those who desire to have their buggies or
wagons repaired. Charges reasonable and work guaranteed Have years ex
perience and will do you a good job. Small job carpenting work attended to.
Mary loet-her little lamb.
Its fleece -hung on the fence.
For Grover:s free trade message sent
It down to fourteen cents.
But when she found her fleece gone.
With all her might and main.
Sha went to booming Harrison
And raise .the price again.
Doc McKeeby and his gang, in order to
defeat Mr. Kenney, have employed tha
notorious guerilla sheet, the Omaha Bee.
to pound Mr. Kenney, in order, if possi
ble to down that gentleman. They have
ordered three or-foar sacks of the Bee for
'handing out purposes" and propose by
billingsgate- and aumerons ie to form
public opinion against him. The rotten
ness of the clique asd their known repu
tation will have but little i.illatxuce in that
Notice le Water
Consumers of city water will take
notice that on and after tkis date,
that any or all persons discovered
violating the water ordinance will be
shut off promptly. Act accordingly,
and don't forget it.
L. H. Fort,
The Steinway, Chickeriag, Knabe
and other equally reliable pianos.
Sold for cash or on monthly payments
by Sada J. Bailey.
There will be a festival at the Ger
man Lmtberai charch m Saturday,
Agost lltb, for tke beaefi ot the
We are authorized to announce the
name of Col. John S. Hoover as a
candidate for the office of state sena
tor, subject to the decision of the
There will be a republican caucus at
the court house, on Aug 15. Polls will
opened at 3 P. M. and close at 7 P. M.
for the purpose of electing delegates
to the county convention selecting
township officers and voting on the
question of submission of a prohibi
tory amendment to the constitution.
J. A. TOLLEYS
Central Com. 2d ward.
Thb fed Cloud Street Railway Co.
Cars run every twenty minutes leav
gthe Holland "House at 7:00 a.m.
and making regular trips until 10:00
p. m., after that time leave the Hol
land House at 11:30 p.m. and make
aiidnight train. Cars make all trains.
TICKETS ABE FOR SALE
at the Bed Cloud National Bank and
J. J. Ducker.
The Republican electors of Pleasant
Hill township are requested to meet
at the Pleasant Hill school bouse on
Wednesday August 15th at 3 o'clock
P. M. for the purpose of electing 5
delegates to the County Convention,
and to nominate township officers. A
full attendance of the Bebublican
voters is requested as a vote will be
taken on the question of submission
of a prohibitory amendment to the
constitution. 9. F. Tbcnky, eh'm
Mb. Editor: I am informed that cer
tain parties are circulating the rumor
throughout the county that during the
war of the rebelion I was engaged in pub
lishing in Iowa what was then known as a
"copperhead" newspaper. I desire through
your columns to brand the rumor as false
in every particular. I had nothing to do
with publishing or editing a newspayer of
any kind from the fall of I860 to the
spring of 1S72. a period of twelve years.
Truly Yours. A. J. Rennet.
WAIT UNTIL WE ARE WITH YOU!
Thfc ffl Ynill' he arranKiricnt of the European and American Showman's
I Hid IU IUUi p00led league will prevent any other big circus from visiting
here this season. Ed.
PH2ST -X-OTTZ3 XT AMEBICAf
A Through Sleeper to Chleago.
Every afternoon at 3:55 o'clock,
upon arrival of ' trains from the west,
a magnificent Pullman Sleeping Car
leaves Topeka for Chicago via the
Great Rock Island Route, making
close connection with the famous
"limited flyer" running through with
out change, arriving at Chicago the
following morning. This is certainly
the quickest and most convenient
means of transportation between
points in Kansas and the city of Chi
cago. For accommodations in this
car, please notify your local agent,
and he will be glad to make such
reservations as you may require Ly
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Low Bates of Interest.
Dy a late arrangements, I can make
you a Farm Loan on the shortest no
tice, lowest interest, and best terms ot
payment that can be had in the west.
All kinds of well secured notes bought.
Call and compare rates.
Notice is hereby given that I will
examine all persons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers of the public schools of this
county, at Bed Cloud, on the third
Saturday of each month.
Eva J. Kino.
Omr bread wagoa makes the rouada
ofthetity every day. Leave your
orders and they will be promptly ill.
ed. Kalbt A Calxbs,
Proprietors St. Charles Baker y.
There will be a republican caucus at
the office of A. A. Pope on Aug 15th.
Palls will be opened at 10 o'clock
A. M. and close at 7 o'clock P. M. for
the purpose of electing delegates to the
eoun ty con eation selecting township
officenandTOtingosthe question of
efa prohibitory amead
it to the eoostitutioa.
L. H. Foar.
Central com. 1st ward.
Royal European Railroad
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CIRCnS AND MENAGERIE.
1 EING 1 BIG MENAGERIE 1
BE SURE AND SEE IT, BECAUSE:
We have a grand arenlc assembly from all nations. Male and female champions of many lands
A cyclone of pastime! No old acts, o two or three rings to bewilder you. One big old time
ring- and a first class one ring performance. We saUsfy everybody young and old. E crytmagr
new, strictly mora, ana pnuseworiny. Tne peopie bcoukv. asiuiieiiuus "" - ri-??
and educated animals from all parts of the globe. Molock, the largest norse on eanai oaap
mgb.welgning.aai pounds, a $10,000 aen or pcnormiDjr uora. - "c"'" ri"X v....
phants. The only educated hipiioppotamus on earth. Celebrated American and hurapeui
riders, male and female, in herofcdleeds of daring and rivalry. ArtU sensational acta, lofty
laddes acrobats, active votigeurs. Caledonian athletes, wonderful Jupglers. tight rope sows
high standing wire sUdes, electric leaping and tumbUngouadruple high brother acw, equilibrists
nerralean feats of strength, Arabian and Japanese jugglers and ritnnXw5wo.
celebrated bands-Prof, Wary's lady band and Armstrong's Americ Jd-.nnej and catch
ing music A grand street parade at 10 o'clock free to 1 everyone. Everything JverUsedtruUh.
fully seen, with our big railroad shows. The carnival day is coming, its ia JSKSISSi
Come to town early, ifeats for 10,080 people. See our city of white tents. Johajrerequtt
autnortues or your aty to issue no ucenae w avvvuyas wu mj "r-'ffc, y r5ZZmi2
nee in the streets, as we allow none In or about the show grounds. IaA this be a grand gala
4av for rest, recreation and innocent amusement, auanena owrnuuiu. bu . .
Stop the plow. Hang up the scythe. Kest yourselves; rest your families; IWWMuiii
uh!m want tnMmii ail. We travel on out- own train of 23 novel and beauttfu
foot cars especially built for this enormous world's Fair.
Bear in Mind Place, Day and Date.
Close up skoa
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Wi Nmr GtapoirDili. wi Hmr DtrWt m Stan.
Two ExehibitioBS Pally at 1 aad 7 p. n., sharp. Circus perfonmaaeerWwkttt
Admission. - - - 60c.
Children under 9 years. - 25c.
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