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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1888)
Grand Republican Jollification Monday night, Nov. 12. Fireworks, Illuminations, Speeches. &c. Everybody turn out and jolify.
This prwdr never varies. MarTel of pure
Jtrensth and whole!omcn-i, more ecouomlcal
than the ordinary kind and cannot be sold in
eompetlon with th multitude of low t-st short
Wit alum or phosphate pWdon. Sold only
means. KOYAL liAKINK IOWIKi:CO.
H Wall street. N. Y. ;lty
gte rd gland Plmf,
Gathered Up by Chirr Koporlcra la
And About llin Cltjr and County.
Interest from 6 to 10 per cent.
Time from 1 to 7 years. Call and
investigate. G. V Baukkk.
Canon City coal at Kdleman's only
Buy Ujitcaof Perkins & Mitchell.
JSurc to please.
Such a nice line of bankets at Per
kins & Mitchell.
Every thing in the grocery line at
Perkins & Mitchell's.
Canon City nut coal at Kdleman's
only $0.50. Best thing out for cook
On last Friday evening the ladies
W. II. C. gave an apple butter social
t Mrs. McNitt's.
Extract of Almond, rose, lemon,
vanilla, banana, celery and peach
at Perkins & Mitchell.
Halloween is past so fix up your
property for another year and get
your lumber at Kdleman's.
Have you had any of that Uji tea
of Perkins & Mitchell. It is superior
to anything yet offered the trade.
Dick Tinker, one of Red Cloud's
best aiayors, was down from McCook
on Wednesday visiting old friends.
Fot the next ten days The Chief
will take corn on subscription. Those
who desire to pay up canp ay in corn.
The ladies benevolent society held
a "kettledrum" at the Masonic hall
last Thursday evening. It was a
Mrrricd at Red Cloud, Neb., Nov.
5lh, 1SSS, Mr. Noah ( Ransdcll and
Mis Tillie Peterson, both of Harlan
county, Nebraska, Judgo Swcezy offi
Married at R.d Cloud, Nov. Sth,
18SS, by Rev. Geo. O. Yeiser, Mr.
Geo. E. Whitelcad, of Orleans, Ne
braska, and Miss Katie Strange, of
lied Cloud, Nebraska.
A big crowd was in the city on last
Saturday. The strcots wero just
lined with people all day. It was
the largost number of people that has
been in the city for many a day.
The Ladies Red Cloud Benovolent
Society call a meeting at Masonic
hall, Monday, November 12th, at 2:P0
p m, for the election of officers. All
members are requested to be present.
On Snday evening the wild geese
were nying over me cny in targe
numbers. The electric lights attract
ed them to that extent that they came
down so low that several of our sports
men winjed a half dozen or wore be
fore the geese caught on.
Several jrcntlemcn are hero now
putting in the
incandescent wires for
the new lights. Nearly every resi
dence in the city as well as a large
number of business houses have taken
the lamps. The company expects to
have it in ruuning order by December
1st, 1SSS. It will take twenty miles
of wire fo the new lights.
W. H. Barcus has been returned
from Beaver Creek, and G. W. Hum
mell from Line, as members of the
Board of Supervisors. Both of these
genilesaen'a scalps were wanted by a
few disgruntled politicians in their
respective townships, but they got
there all the same by large majorities
and we arc glad to hear of it.
One day last week Frank Dicker
son fold his Tcstuarant to our friend
Ernst Welsch. Ernst is one of the
beet restaurant mtn that ever came
to the city and will run the business
in such s manner as to make it decid
edly fettcccssf uL Under his manage
ment the West Side ResUmrAmt will
become a desirable recart for tnese
who thirst after MfttAhg gtti Jta
It is too much Goorgc Holland
Wc claim everything B F Mirer.
I am headed for Salt lake Jeff
I am feeling very bad, boys Sam
Tern pi fc
Oli! my, boys ! my pile is gone.
G. W. Lindsey
did it with my little letter Sacfc
ville West to G rover.
J W Moon is in the city
The jail proposition carried
The bounty on woIvcb carried
Uji tea at Perkins & Mitchell's.
J M Young is back from the east
A heathen Chinese was in Hit city,
The First National bank wants
We will buy county warrants The
First National bank
Dave Zerwekh , of Colby, was in
Red Cloud, this week
J C Brooks lost three head of cat
tle by feeding on stalks
S W Coon of Republics City, was
in Red Cloud, this week
Hot and cold lunches at all hours
at Ernst Wehch's restaurant.
Tor extra select oysters go to E.
Wclsch's, Dickerson's old fitand.
Wanted county warrants at the
First National bank, Red Cloud
C. S. Sill has had his residence en
livened by a fresh coat of paint.
We want county warrants The
First National Rank, Red Cloud
John Tomlinson, who was slightly
injured the other day, is out again.
President Cleveland has designated
November 2!Hh as Thanksgiving da-.
Eastern hard coal is cheap now to
what it will be, only $M at Kdle
man's. Fresh oysters received three times
per week at K. Wclsch's, Dickerson's
Canon City nut coal at Edlcman's
only $0 50. Rest thing out for cook
Mrs Frank Tcnnant, who has been
absent in the west for several weeks
Ernst Welsch invites his friends
to call and see him at Frank Dicker
son's old stand.
Rev. Case, of Aim a, will preach in
the Baptist church Sunday morning.
Nov. 11th, at 10:30.
On the -JiMi Red Cloud braves will
wade through turkev and grease, by
order of the president.
Frank Fausler, who was murdered
at Hastings last Friday night, was
hurried Sunday in this city.
The Chautauqua circle meets with
Mrs. C. W. Kaloy. Tuesday evening,
Nov. Kith, at 7::i0 o'clock.
For Rent. A good house, with -I
rooms, conveniently located, with
good we'll. Apply to this office, tf
For nice oyster stews, fries, A:c ,
call at the West Side Restaurant.
Ehnst Welsch, Prop.
The election passed off very quietly
in this city on last Tuesday, the ex
citement did not run as high as usual.
Mrs Fansler desires to return her
thanks to the kind friends who assis
ted her during her late bereavement
Don't forget that the old settlers
reunion will take place on the Kith
in this'citr. Every old settler in the
county should try and be present.
On Saturday, Sunday and Monday
Kansas and Nebraska real estate took
a big turn (in the air we mean) and
demanded the attention of our citi
reus. The rcads leading to Red Cloud
have been fixed up in good shape,
thanks to our friend, Charley, by di
rection of the town board of Red
Drs Cave, Smith & Co, the great
painless dentists, of Cincinati, Ohio,
will be at the Gardner House. Red
Cloud, Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day, Nov 12. 13. 14
Miss Lillie Smith, the "Little Mus
ical Wonder" of Red Cloud, presided
at the diano during the entertain-
ment at the Opera House Monday !
and Tuesday evening, to the entire
satisfaction of the large audience.
On last Friday afternoon the ban
on Wm Outhwaite's place west of the
city, took fire and burned to the
ground before assistance could be
rendered. Fortunately everything
was out of the barn at the time nak- j
inv tIA ln:a irtnnr tlirn. nr fitn tii?i.
On last Thursday night, while our
foreman. Lou Kenney. was running
off the last side of the Great Familr !
Weekly, on a of the distributing rol -
lors jumped from its accustomed
..l. -;.t, ,c. ,i..,-..i!.j
Ping over it, thus wrenching off the
standards holding tne main shaft, dis-
abliug the press for i few davs. ami
should nur tariff ho lt ),:,..i-
aar caWriW. .1I V. j u.l
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THE CBANaV) CRTS
J VST LIKE MM CiBAftBFA
IK A KM AGS.
A Clean Swt-ea Fran tne raelde t Ike
I'.rry Xortnern mate ,Wltn na r
Two ICxerpiloaaCeea Kannalloan.
Tin- Democrat ;iv II aj for (fan
ana Look Drcldrdly Nick.
Large Ualas In Sksatnern Male
ported and a Ma.ld ft nth A beat
dory Kauash FerOat Bay and
pu bllt an J abllant.
Ciuodbyr, Crorer, Ceedby. Jfay j aar
Shadow .'everCirew Leva.
He Will New; Have Plenty efTJase
"Farewell! A long farewell,
To all hi greatneiu;
This in the state of man,
Today he put forth
The tender leaves of hopea,
And Loan hist blushing honors
Thick upon him;
The third day comes a frost,
A killing frost,
And when he thinks good
Ehmv man, full surely
His greatness i ripening,
Nips his root,
And then ho falls,
And when he follri,
lie falls like Lucifer,
Never to hope- ngnin."
Let the.Kagle Near
Who would have thought that
there was such a Waterloo in ntore
for the democrats The ni'ist san
guine republican did not even dare
to venture such a hope, the chances
seemed too remote for even such a
show for the great republican party
six months ago, but behold the glor
ious news, the people have had four
years of democracy which has so fill
ed them with disgust that they have
shakcii off the barnacles and put on
new clothes the republican party
From east t4 west the olJ party has
reasserted itself and has swept every
thing before it, redeeming both the
executive and lower house of Congress
iuiu ii.t viuiciius wiin a goou repub
lican majority in tho senate bringing
back the government into the com
plete control of the G O P This is
glory enough for the republicans
the victory being the greater over
the fact that the republicans have
not only overcome democracy but all
of the numerous side issues of
which there were many It is a noble
victory and a just rebuke to the bold
assertions of tho democratic party on
the frco trade question The civil
service fraud, the freo trade follacy,
the demogoguery of the president, 1
the slnnsey pretext for vetoing pen
sion bills, and the lack of backbone,
to assert our national rights did
much to bring about this wonderful
change in the administration of pub
lic affairs Just think of it routed
all along the line Even now the in
spiration has taken hold of the peo
ple and raised them from a despon
dent feeling, has alrcad imbued them
with hfcpe, has commenced the revival
of business and the whole land has
put on even now an aspect of pros
perity that has scarcely been heard
of the last 4 years TlIB CHIEF looks
for better times, now, and with a
statesman in the presidential chair to
wield the affairs of the government
and a republican senate and house to
back him there will be much good
work done tor the benefit of the peo
ple at least thero will not be any
ten months sittings of Congress And
not anything accomplished In Ne
braska the republicans carried every
thing. Dr. Janss, the eminent physician,
accompanied by a portion of his staff,
was in Red Cloud on Saturday as per
announcement. The doctor is a vcrv
pleasant gentleman and has an exten
sive reputation as an M. D. He car
ries with him over $3,000 in fine in
struments of American and German
make, and thus enabled to treat all
cases that come before him. He re-
maincd in Red Cloud but one day,
but wc understand
will return at
Ton to twcntj-fiv teoth extracted per
xuinnte, absolutely without pain by Dr J,
C. Cave ccv. painless dentist, at Gardcer
houe. patent paicless operators,
ln -lnntlipr onlnrvn will hf frmnil 9
.... - - -
1 repoi t of tne Killing of t rank r ansler ,
' a Hasting by Ed Hawkins, who it
, will boremembercd was wanted some
months ago by the police of Franklin j
for breaking into the brewery at that 1
' place. At that time Fansler befriend- anWw Unc3e Davie Orra dog a Inst
led Hawkins, and the fellow must ISandAV. The deed was formerly an.
iv. k ..ri t ..!.. .toi to kave neen eomasittesi bj two
' ,.,.,. ,, ,, ,
have killed his fneod m cold Mood,
! sow is tha time to haTe yoar eeiii ex-,
tracted as we positively and abacUtaJy
ensraatee to extract last witkoat Ua
jhaMaaift. Drs. J. &Om 4 On.
Oar town is alive with politics. We
will be some what glad when the s ab
ject of the town talk is changed.
L. N. Edson and Ckarles Woodruff
started for Iowa Friday.
Mrs. E. B. Kniabt made a tying
trip to Weeping Water last week.
There was quits a number out Sun
day evening to hear the Rev. More.
Ed. Parkis was in town Sunday.
Mrs. Call, of Louisville, Mo., is
here visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. It Pitney.
Quite a number from here went to
Pleasant Prairie Friday night to hear
I. B. Hampton speak.
The young people of Inavale gave
Miss Maude Orchard a surprise Toes
day evening. A good time is report
Wm. Barnes laid up with the rheu
matism. Mr. Shaw is putting down a well.
Mr. Gentcr has sold his farm to
Mr. Graham. He has moved to
R. C. Wilson bought three head of
horses in Red Cloud last week.
Whoa to that mule that turned
down the railread track last Ihura
Bro. Williamson preached at Orio
Saturday evening aud Sunday to a
J. T. Stones will preach at Orio
next Sabbath at 11 o'clock. All arc
We understand Mrs. Miller will
teach the school in district 9 for a
term of four months.
Some of our boys were over to Red
Cloud to the rally Thunday.
G. M. Plumb moved to Red Cloud
Dr. Johnson has purchased the
property formerly owned by W. T.
R. I). Carrier has bought the
property where he lives of L. C. Gil
bert. Miss Minnie Petersen returned
from Red Cloud the first of the week
ftom a visit.
Mis Jessie Polly, of Franklin
county, was visiting last week with
the families of J. D. Schcnck and G.
Our schools arc progressing finely
under the management of H. C. Pro
basco and Miss Bessie Wright.
Mrs. R. Adamson has received
$2100 pension money. It was due
Mr. Edson. She has been trying
several years to get it.
Special correspondence. Corn -0
cents. Several loads arriving daily.
A. E. Malick, from near Guide
Rock, was doing business in town
Nobody dead or mamed since last
week that wc know of, but look oat
for a wedding in the near future.
Uncle John Moore is feeding 200
of the finest steers that has been our
privilege to inspect for many a day.
C. E. Brittcu and family, residents
of Ludcll, Kan., but formerly of this
place, were visiting friends in this
locality on Thursday. Mr. B. in
tends to make a visit in Iowa before
returning to his home. He reports
matters in that country as being in a
prosperous condition. Glad to see
you Charlie. Come again.
G. M. Stevens, Isa Paul, W. C.
Hurd and Bob were taking in the
sights at the county seat last Thurs
day. Rev. Hart, of Franklin, expounded
the scriptures to the eitiieas of
Cowlcs last Sunday morning and eve
ning, Mr. Page being absent.
P- M. Ward and brother are visit
ing with their brother-in-law A. C.
Scott, in Edgar.
Editor Ward and A. McCall were
doing the city Thursday in beralf of
the democratic ticket. That's right
boys, now or never.
Editor Plash's validictory appears
in the Cowles Herald of November
2d. While we appreciate the import
ance of his labors, we cannot help
thinking that so far as the Cowles
Publishing Company is concerned the
enterprise has proved a financial fail
ure. "It is useless to cast pearl be
Th Cowles) school, nnder the pro-
fessorship of H. O. Probasco, is tak-
: 1. .. .l. I.-.. .1.-t. f
the county. Mr. Probasco carries the I
best certificate of any teacher in the
eeaatv for discipline and tfcaronzfc
work. Caaaot be excelled bv aay.
Some miscrant nasi the asdaditT ta
of our precuneal towasssen but stere
.accent iarstigation shown it to be a
mistake. We eoald probahly name
the irautY party bat pradeeee warns
" . . -H
s to acstst.
Caa City esal at Sikawtj
Fia weather still continues.
The farmers are buy gathering
Oar post asatter has a new cellar.
Ed. Assaek has returned from Mis
souri. He thinks Nebraska is food
eooagh for him.
Dr. Jaass has been out to Me
Frank Keat. It is to be hoped that
he able to relieve him from the rulic-
naat malady, which It a orc putzle
to so asaay eminent surgeons.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at Bole pott office, Nov. 1st, 1S5S.
Mr. McNatt, Mr. C. P. Brown.
These letters will Ik sent to the
dead letter oSce, Dec 1st, 15S3. if
not called for before that time.
N. L. D. Smith, P. M.
Corn gathering is the order of the
day, but it does not require much
crib room this year.
Married at the residence of the
bride's parents, Sunday, Nov. 4th,
Mr. Sutherland and Miss Eva War
rington, the Rev. Williamson officiat
ing. Mr. Warrington had quite a mishap
on Monday morning. He had bor
rowed a table, loaded it in the wagon
and his team started and run through
the corn field, threw the table out o!
the wagon and broke it. Then the
tire came off the wheel and broke the
spokes out, and Mr. Warrington
didn't swear eithci. Su.
Corn husking is the news of the
A. Mcintosh lost a cow lat week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lav and Mr. and
Mrs. Dickerson were visiting at Mr.
Eliza Bennct is at New Virginia
going to school.
B. F. Reed lost a heifer last week.
Miss Belle Mcintosh has a new
Mr. Bradshaw has a new bui;gy.
Mrs. Breaxen's sister is here on a
visit from Kansas.
Wc arc sorry to say that Mr. J.
Jiskra is going to leave us.
D. Hefflcbower has a new buggy.
Frank Lindacy, of Rivcrton, was
hero buying butcher stock last week.
Mr. Alyea has completed his mill
The school bonds didn't carry.
Husking corn is the ordr of the
day. Every man, woman and child
who is tall enough to reach an car of
corn, is in the field. Even some of
our Webster county teachers (ladies)
arc at work in the field some day.
Some of them have no school until
December, so they say they can make
more at work than play. And our
object is to explain that the people
in this vicinity are "rustlers."
Corn will make about ten bushels
to the acre in omc fields.
No cabbage was raised in this vicin
ity worth mentioning.
Labon Aubusehow is fattening hogs
and selling them.
Mrs. Graves and son Louis have
retHrncd from Stcl'a, Neb.
John Fox has rented Nolle Norri
place for the coming year.
John Grves is on the sick list.
George Hutchinson is a pleasant
caller in this vicinity every .Sunday.
Lida Huffman is taking a vtcation
as her work does not begin until De
cember. Geo. Hilton and wife arc visitinz
in this locality.
Chas. Gust has shut up the road by
patting in a wire fence.
Labon Aubuschon sold some calves
last week .
Some of the republicans in this
vicinity got John McShanc's letter of
acceptance asking them to give him
their support. But no! no! No Mc
Shane over Thayer.
All kiads of dental work performed ab
solutely without pain by Drs. J. C. CaTe
A Co. painle dentits. at Gardner hoc-.
Slo jday, Taasday and Wednesday, or. 1?
13, 14. Charge reasonable.
Meadota, Mo., coal at Edlcman's
For fresh oysters call on Joe lit r
bargcr, at City Bakery.
Huskiag gloves are all the style
now. Every farmer has a pair.
Goat skin patent husking gloves at
Berg a Galasba a at only fifty cents.
Canon City nut coal at Edlcman's
only $6.50. Best thing oat for cook
ing. Farmers take notice Call and see
as before going aaywaere e!e to bay
you Inmber for corn crib, Ac
M. B. Edlexax.
Lowest prices oa ship lap, stock
j boards, sheeting aad all kiscs of hs-
br at EdlecanV.
Caaea City cat ewel at Edlcman's
only KM. Beat taiag sni far
4t ax- n na
lAacnusjaat eaai ttxv;caMava
ealy ffcSt Ben this ewt far cok
For r: class commercial iasmr!
asee call ea Sill di Stowe.
CaH aad as Drs. J. C Caaa t cavat ltd
wis grtw yw
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Do Not be Deceived
Is as well made as any put on the market, and
our prices are (as every one says that has
exmineci them) much lower than
others ask for same quality of
If you want cheap truck (and you need not cry
for it either) we will sell you
Men's Suits as Low as $2.50
And should you want
we have at all prices from the cheap Hitinet to tho fin silk
Ill children's Overcoats wc com
mence at prices far hclow $2.
Suits at as remarkable Low Prices.
In Our Boot and Shoe Stock
re keep the imc brands, that liave given no many of j m
Our Prices arc as Lou' as the Lowest Re
member wc never follow, always Lead
on LARGEST STOCK. Honest
Goods at Honest Prices.
Our Merchant Tailoring Depart
ment speaks for itself.
innce cosittirn: a hare !ris
t have th tai!r hcp nier raf
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FomishmjE Irrrtn?emi we offr (ha vary kaat vajajsaj fr
can jet, ana we iil nark sp ernry
In our Hat and
W aave anry Ur- a4 eo:ka fcad.
a i 4 eadd as we aV aTl
F?e veare ef Haet l?a!!'fT cast fcwik wn a
rjrre asaor Gire . call, we an!4 trasn yd
to the GOLDEN EAGLiX
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