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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1888)
LKVI P. JIOBTOX,
of New York.
For Congress, 2d Distri'-t.
HX. JAMKS LA 1KB.
JOHN M. THA1EU.
For Lieutenant Governor,
CEOBCE D. JKEIKELJOHrf.
For Secretary of State,
;. L. L4W.1
J. R. HILIi.
For Attorney General,
Cor Commissioner Public Lands aud
Er Superintendent Public Instruc
tion. GEORGE . LAKE.
COUNT V TICKET.
For County Attorney,
j. it. uriLcox.
I. K. UA9IPTON.
Mrs. M. W Dickerson in in Lined-.
Pearl Skeen has arrived borne from
The State Fair commences the 7th
and lasts until the 15th.
The best lino of boots and shoes in
tbc city at Warner & Wolfanger'p.
Mrs. F. E. Goble and daughter.
Miss Maud, are visiting in Holdrege.
The small lads are having a circus
this afternoon in Morhart's old build
The Union Labor party organized a
etub at Rownds school house Wednes
Chas. Reigle is clerking for the
Western and Southern Mercantile
Next Friday evening, September
7th, 1SSS, the Band of Hope will give
ar concert, fuitiier notice of which
Bill be given.
Charley Marvin, formelv a well
known railroad employ of the B. &
V. in this city, and more recently
agent :;t Oxford, is in the city.
We hope the new railroad will soon
get here. It will not be long b(forc
ibe Northwestern and the Santa 1'e
will be running into this city and
then look out for big time?.
The republicans hav nominated
Warner Miller for governor of New
York, and Col. Crugcr, for lieutenant
governor. This almost insures the
state for republicanism.
C. Wiener is a protectionist, prov
ing it by employing skilled labor at
kome in preference to sending away
to ave bis merchant tailoring done
by c.ieap help elsewhere.
D. Kesler, G. B. Lea, M. B. Mc
Nitt and vyife, G. W. Knight and wife.
J. A. Tullcys and T. C. Hacker will
leave on the 7th for Columbus, Ohio,
to attend the soldiers reunion.
NcKeighan's speech at Rownds
school house smasked to strongly at
democracy to please the members of
the Union Labor party. Evidently
the boys are not stuck on Grover and
Although only opened for three
weeks C. Wiener has found it neces
sary to increase his force in the Mer
chant Tailoring department. People
are better satisfied to select from
piece goods than samples, especially
when garments can be tried on be
fore being finished.
The Golden Eagle is the only cloth
ing store in the .county that has a
first class tailoring establishment con
nected with it, carrying a large stock
ef piece goods, and having the work
shop under the same roof. No more
sending off but employing help at
The Webster County Teachers As
sociation will meet at Cowles, on Sat
urday, September 8th, at one o'clock,
p. m. The following is the program:
Class exercise in spelling, Mis
Paper, successful work, f 31. Hun
ter. Paper, Miss Ella Dorr.
A. G. Dichl.
Essay, general cx"iviso.
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e i---jfxSLlii fl
It is fitting that the pioneer of low-priced
journalism in the West should lead in placing the
American newspaper of to-day
the lowest unit of American coinage, iweive
years ago that unit was the nickel in Chicago and
throughout die Northwest The founding of The
Daily News at a lower price was regarded by the
journalistic profession as inviting certain failure.
But thev were wroner. To-day there is not a
nickel paper in Chicago, and
The daily jmews averages, as snown oy its puo
lished sworn statements, 175,000 copies a day
with a single exception the largest daily circula-
. . - 111 1 4la4h 4 -!
non in mcnc, ana greater uau cue cumula
tions of all other Chicago dailies combined.
The Daily News has prospered beyond the
most sanguine hopes of its founders. For this it
has more than once made its grateful acknowledg
ments to an appreciative public. It believes, how
ever, that the time has now come when, acting
entirely within the limits of a wise commercial
progression, it can give its thanks more practical
expression. It proposes henceforth to "divide "
as to its friends and to multiply as to its circula
tion. To-day it reduces its price to One Cent
and expects to double its circulation.
, And anticipating the questionings of the
doubtful let it be briefly said that the thing can be
done. The Daily News all that it has been in
the past, as well as all that is rightly expected of
m . m . J ?. .. A.
re in ine lucure as a leaner in progressive nmen
can journalism can be produced and sold for
cne cent a day, and this by reason of those com
mon principles of trade which make possible
lower prices just in proportion as the aggregate
volume of sales increases. The Daily News now
sells over a million papers a zveeh, as shown by its
published sworn statements of circulation, and it
can afford to sell at a smaller profit per paper than
other Chicago dailies, no one of hich has as
much as one-third the average
The Crete Globe reports that at!
FrmmnrL Kaunas, wlu.e a cieff wore
ti.riship! a bov. wl v eiltt
bauds, :iecidiitail;. :ut tie
the man fced:ii- the ni:-hn;
i.:ili(l of J
out a Moments warinnjr.
tlu fiend !
picked the buy uj ami h Hid him in-j
to the machine, a tlm h In- weie a
bundle of grain, ecttiinU a curious
wav to thre.-h rovs. However, the!
rest of th, men did ... acu.ru heart-
U - . brrs,,::,, and
a sort of loson from whu-li good re-
suits might flow even a? water Irom
a spring tlny t::k the man with thoj
lame hand ami. procuring a piece of j
rope, tied him to on" end of it and a
tree to the oth'.-r Att r .-ecuriiig a J
quantity of untenanted space and j
placing it beneath hi fct, tln-y left
him ! meditate unoti tin- uncertain-j
ties cf mortal existence and otherwise
enjoy himself as eirruuistanees might
permit. At last accounts the tree
seemed to be thriving with its usual
vigor, but the graft wa thought to be
affected with blight. Its a story al
most too awful for belief
Penny Creek, Aug. 30th. Spec
ial coriespondcnce t. the Chikk.
Oh! where! Oh! when La Trtxy
Everybody is putting up hay.
Amos Huffman is .-till on the sick
Jamts Potter's brother is visiting
him fton. Jol'et, Illinois.
Miss Nellie Sanders and Miss Nora
Arbuckle were visiting Miss Jennie
Wall the past week.
James Biacham is vi.ry sick.
Squire Punck and wife have re
C. Gust lost a valuable eolt last
Our Sunday school is flourishing
under Snpt. Vandyke. There will be
a picnic on the 4th.
Mrs Graves gave a watermelon
festival on the 27th. :
H UT H ISOX &. EDG KLL. Props.
Firt door north of C'ty "akcry. re
fitted and thoroughly 'quipued. We
respectfully solicit your patronage
guaranteeing sitisfa'iou in every case.
Ouu Motto: Will he to please all
who u:vi :s their trade. All work
dr. m a !iit-f'--' manner ant! in the
l'ie fiul i 1 unusio!.
announces the reduction
cents to ONE CENT pet
of The Daily News. The large addition to its
present million-a-week circulation, which will
surely come with its reduction to one cent a day,
will fully compensate for the reduced profit at
which each paper is sold. All this concerns the
reader only as assuring him that The Daily News
can reduce its price and at the same time maintain
its high character as the foremost newspaper of the
Northwest that a million-a-week circulation
makes the otherwise impossible entirely.possible.
The present is peculiarly the time to inaugu
rate this popular departure in American jour
nalism. The approaching Presidential election
widens immeasurably the field and opportunity
for The Daily News as an independent, impartial,
fearless newspaper one free from all the entangle
ments of mere partisan allegiance. - The demand
is more and more for a newspaper which shall
give all the political news free from partisan color
ing, and which shall tell the absolute, unvarnished
truth about things, regardless of its effect upon the
fortunes of this or that political party or candidate.
This demand The Daily News aims to meet, and
at its reduced price it combines all the elements
which should make it literally everybody's paper.
To the thousands of new readers whose atten
tion is now for the first time directed to The Daily
News it is proper to say that they will find it
complete in all the essentials of the. best Ameri
can journalism of to-day. Its quality as a rr.w
paper proper is best indicated in the fact that it is
the only low-priced paper in Chicago or tlu
North-west, which is a member of the " Asso
ciated Press." The other " Associated Press "
papers in Chicago, the Tribune, the Times a:v;
Inter-Ocean all cost three cents. The Chicv
Daily News prints all the tervs and sellr. it !
upon the basis of
the circulation of
one cent a day. Sold by all news dealers. Maiit t .
postage paid, at S3.OO per year, or 2c. per inon-1
Address VICTOR F. LAWSON", Publisher t
ARE YOU GOING
You will find at C.
A comi).ctc line oi
p J Cvwm &C,
VV Kl 1 liNVjr I 1&L.C
VV IV! 1 11IVJ
and see me.
Life size or smaller at '
BULKLEY'S NEW GALLERY.
Have) oti had any of those fine cabinets,
every one is more than pleased with them,
even the tin-types are meriting praise at
Bulkey's Gallery, east side Webster street.
CARRIAGE & WAGON REAIP SHOP
J. E. Heron, Proprietor.
I have just located in Red Cloud, and can he found at McGuire . blacksmith
shop where I will be glad to see all those who desire to have their husrgies or
wagons repaired. Charges reasonable and work guaranteed. Have yeara ex
perience and will do you a eood job. Small jSb carpenting work attended to.
Webster County Fair
September 25-28, 1888.
ncople ot the cotintv and jidjacent territon should not f-r:et the dates.
This year the managers are doinir
and it will he the best foir ovt-r held in the county.
Premiums will be Paid in Full !
The premiums are larjje in all departments !
On the 26th a-.-. 27th will be the
Attractive Features arranged for Every D v.
A. L. FUNK, See'y.
.of its prite from Two
The Daily !rv--. Chicago.
TO SCHOOL ?
L. Cotnnsfs Drur &
School Books, Slate
alfeO the klgCSt Hlie of
1 O in t-ie City. VaJl
their utmost to make it a succe-s
Farmers ui Msrfats
A general banking business trans
acted In all its branches.
imst paid w iks brers.
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY.
Three or five years straight X pe
cent, single mortgage. No delay
in securing money.
Silas Garter. Geo. B. HoIIaad.
E. B. Smith. O. O. Y toer,
W. S. Gsrbrr.
S. C. Smith, A. lligby.
Konnt.Hnw.. - - - New York, nt
Kimr National Hank. - Omaha. N-L
Fir-t NMionai lUnk l.uu-oln. NB
First National Bank of Beatrice.
THE LAND OF
See that curlrabe mark, SANTA AB
IE, is 01: every bottle h is n every
bottle of that pleasant California rem
edy. SatUtfai-tinn ytiaranteed or.nmn
ey refunded by Henry Cook
MAKE NO MiTSAKE
By tliiielliiif; the .-ynuitoni"
mistaken for consumption.
ARI (0 h:l.4 lirnll.'llt I:l(!llfS-t
to many a
houehold and bv promptly
up tli eouzii and cout tnaL
deveIfipp- into that fatal di
yet syvs thousands from an
iave. ion make no in
keeping -a bottle of tnis plea
dv :-.lw:iv in the home
. unt aa i.nMi V .
5tz?u-Jr tr A i Atinn
- : -r Ji - m nmi
T!w onlv guaranteed c!:re for catarrh,
cold in the bean, hay Pevcr, Ifne eo!
catar-hal deafness and soar eves, re
stores the sense of taste and smell
removed had t:iste and unpla-'ant
breath, resulting from catarrh. Polio.
directions and a emv i warranted b
all druegUts. Semi for circular to
ABIETINK MEDICAL CO, Oroville
Six months' treatment for
$! sent mail by .SI. 10
SANTA ABIE AND CAT-R-CURE (
Henry Cook, Agent.
H. T. CLABKDURG Co
WholesaleAgents Lincoln, Neb
. -. .'iK':--'"
Boots and Shoes
Just received a full line of
Finest nivcr brought to Red Cloud
Also. keei the
TiTVnCI T TATT?
i ' i i i i ik i ai i t at t
Of Hoots and .hue. in the vahey.
Prices cb i crtl...n tlu-ehfape t.
'Hjt 3'MlwiwawlBWfwlWa f
Farm Loans. .
Lots of money to Loan on farms ac
G 7, 7, 8, 8.9 and 10 per cent in
terest, for 1, 2. 3, 4, 5. , on 7 year.
Interest payable annually or semi-annually
and principal payable all or ia
installments at any interest pay day.
These terms ought to suit most
anybody. Call on or address me at
Red Cloud, Neb, Office in north ea
Moon block. G. W. Barker.
I am ready and willing to attend all
rale ia AVebfttrr, Smith and Jewell p
counties as auctioneer. Terms Tory
J. C. Wamzs.
Kcd Cloud Neb.
BEE AND CHIEF.
The WEEKLY OHH-j and bm
OMAHA. WEIJ" BEEfrom now
until January 1st 1889 for 50 cents
Gome In and aubecribe and set
The CHIEF will give a prize for
the beat display of field com raised
in Webster county, Neb:, Jewell or
Smith counties, Kansas, at follows
1st prize, one year's subscription
to the CHIEF; 2d prize, six, months
3d prize, three months. Brine
your best corn.
Denver to Chicago,
Denver to Kansas Gsty
Denver to Onnaha,
Omaha to Chicago,
Kansas City to Chicago, t
Omaha to St. uisv
BEST LINE f
BACCACE CHECKED THROUGH.
Through tickets over the Burling
ton Route are for oale by the Union
ifI- Danvsr Ml Mo Crande and
all other principal railways, and
. li it nf Ihn Rttrlin"tnn
For further Information, aop'.y te
eny agent, or to
P, 8. EUSTI3, l T!i't .s-t,
Xotlec to rrdltor.
M:ittifX.'lrn-k:i.iiMiiity court fur AWbster
(ftiiuty. in prolate In tln: matter di" l!i.-cite
of Jaroli II. Walstrad ik-eeiLsoit. Jolm 1:. Willcox
(.Mr it hereby guru to all j n bavins
claiiuHaml (It-maiids :i.uaiiit .lacol. II. V;i!teat
late r Ui-hstcr -oant, ilefeased. that the time
het! for lilm -I.ihn. a-aiit-t .sail etat' is six
iimiiths from the !)th ilay f Anuit. lx. All
n-rtonar lenuirfil in llreellt their claim.
with the vouehers. lothi' coiintv imlu; of said
county, at hisoilk-cin theei'y of Keil Cloud in
sum I'ouuiv on or ie:or tiie'.itu ilav ot eiiruary
ts-J't.aau ail :l.iir.j m riled will be heard before
the said indue on the :itii ilav of Februarr. 1883.
and all clainir. net m tiled will be foreer Larrl
itaess lav h.uid and oftleiat seal this 9th uav
of Auu, IvJ.. rU.NK A.SWekzv.
:-it (.iiiuity .lude.
O. C. Case. Ja. 11vSks .
A TTORNEV8AND COIIXSELOKS AT LAW
tX Will uroctlee In all court i of this state
Collections as well a litigated bu-ine.- careful-.
y and efficiently attended to. Abstracts f urni
Onnr over First National lUuik. ECd
JOHN O. YEISKU.
ATTORXEY AT LAV. AH business ins! rusl
ed to his car will le pruinntlv attended.
nice, corner 3tb avenue and cbst A street v
Kod Cloud, Nebraska.
I.W. 1ULLEYS.M. 1
TJOMGEOHATHICrilY.SICIAN. T.P. EX
11 aininiiu;Sr2eon. Offlee ojmosite First
National Bank. Ked Cloud. Nebraka.
Chronic diseases treated by mail
C. W. Kalky. j. l ICaikt.
A TT0KNEY8 AT LAW". Agents for theB.
r &.M.K.B lands. Oiicfvn Webster street
Ked Cloud. Nebraska.
A Tlirous-i Sleeper to 'IiU-au-
Every afternoon at '.I ajTo'cIock, T
upon arrival of trains from the west,
a magnificent Pullman sleeping Car
leaves Topeka for Chicago via t
Great Rock Islan-1 Iloute. making
close connection with the famous
"limited flyer" running through with
out dilute, arrivicj at Chicauo the
followiiiir morning. Thi is certainly
the quickest and most convenient
mentis of transportation between
points in Kaiisa and the city of Chi
cnuo. Fur aeeomiuodatioiisyia (Jiis
ear, pleaso mitify your local agent,
and he will he ad to make suci
reservations as yon m:v require by
1 lie Stemwa;., (Jhtekoring. Knabc
anu uther equally reliable piano?.
Sold fur ca.-- or o; mcuth!v j)::ymenU
by S.t-ia J. Uaili-y .
Tin- -Hstey Ur-an" is tin-one
buy. It costs I.-Ss. i, tus-tsab
starsti .! wrl" t !r superior in tone
t' i i . mi - t- the Ejtey
at th . d. -I- I.ii.T.
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