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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1888)
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Commciicina- Monday November
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Cloaks,
Shawls, Notions. &v
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Immense bargains m everything.
A11 winter good swill be sold
Call earlybefore, the rush.
Tk Western and Hen Itatile Association
Chas. Scbaffnit, Manager.
of Cost !
Red Cloud, .Webster County, Neb., Friday, November 23, 1888.
Weather appears like winter.
'Lahoti Aubuscbow i? adding fjreat-l-
to the appearance, of bis farm bj
putting in a wire fence.
L. Haskina will not rent L. Moore's
farm for the coming year.
to Ked Cloud
John Fox and wife have moved on
Mr.-. Norri.' place.
.Joe C'ark is husking corn for Mr.
Mr. Huffman happened to a very
s.l accidcti'j last rriaay which came
verv near proving fatal, she beius
thrown from u wagon aud received
serious injuries about the face and
Mrs. Vina 1'all, of Arkansas, is
visiting friends aud relatives in this
Quite a number of Ked Cloud men
come in this vicinity to bunt quite
often the past few days.
Three of the lied Cloud boys
(strikers) come to some of the dances
in this vicinity and introduced them
selves as Messrs. , not
their own names, of course, but they
There was another basket supper
Kiven by the 1. G. S. S. last Tbuis
Win. Kuchu i putting up quite a
line frame house.
John Grave is quite sick.
Gilbert Vunlkc is not at home at
John Ducker and Dr. Dconey were
on u hunting expedition in this viciu
ity Friday. ""
Mrs. Lewis drove to towu Monday
night and hitched her horst; by Miner
liros. store. Tne horse became
frightened aud broke the harness and
rati away but was caught after a time.
The lad procured a new harnets and
arrived home safely.
Mrs. Lizzie Eldridge is borne visit
ing her parents.
The oung folks of this vicinity
took in the republican jubilee last
Miss Emma Moide is in town.
Miss Sarah Nctcaif has
Mr. Moide i road overseer.
Mr. Starks his rented Mr.
Mr. Metcalf is through husking
Mr. Scott -pent Sunday with his
son and daughter.
Mr. Mutcalf told his hogsla.it week.
Mr. S.uvers sister i visiting here.
A .-urprise party too possession of
Willis Fulton's house the other eve
ning. Every one present reports a
Miss May Uummcll is taking a
'vacation with her friends.
Willis Fulton has been beautifying
bi - propertv bv yivinsr hi house a
fWS!,cMtofP - int.
A. Hummer his gone west looking
up a iocation.
Mibs Mamie lcal
spent a few das
in luavaie last
week vi-iting old
Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Hummel
iwore in Guide llock Saturday.
Mr. James Broomfield has gone to
Indianola to visit friends.
K lv. Orchard : attendiu? coct
G rover Cleveland is budding a new
I stable at Buffilo for his installation
Fine weather till continues
Corn busking is the order of the
.Cyras Henry-is getting read t to
jsiars jor -uissoun, wncre rteejepects'
Relocate a new bomj. Cra is a
,gooa neigooor ana we are swrrr to
loon- k .
ThcWoJi waa uken by Craft, xs
Mr. Ctaft witli kis wife aa4 UrnUx
hare Kod iatatkeir new inaie.1
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xae-y nare fwaHN ice a. U. Waif
Election has come and gene, and
with peace aud prosperity has settled
down upon the nation. The great
change brought about by the return
f the republican party to power has
done much towards making the butt
ness interests of the country more
settled, and The Chief looks forward
to renewed vigor in business of all
kinds from one sej board to the
The reputation of the repoM
party during its ascendency in the
pa.t is such as tu stop all fears of
financial disorder and again set ccpi
tal to flowing freely to western fields
as well as into eastern manufactosies.
Enter rises of all kinds arc sure to
spring up and becomo important fac
tors in building up the west. From
the present outlook the republicans
will have complete control of every
branch of government thus assuring
the people of a rigid economy in the
affairs of the nation. Tbc change is
wonderful, and four t'uc first time in
fourteen years is the above the case.
Xo wonder that republicans aro hap
py over the result.
David Francis will be assessor for
E'.m Creek I'recinct.
Mrs. S. W. Foe and children are
visiting friends and relatives here.
F. A. Good, of Lawrence, spent
Sunday in the city. I suppose he
wa looking after his interests here.
A family from Kansas is occupying
the house recently vacatod by Mr.
Mrs. Fultnn, of Ilebros, caaie to at
tend the funeral of her sister. Mrs.
Mr. Frank Hall and wife left this
week for New York, called there by
the illness of his mother. They ex
pect lo make that their home for the
present. We are sorry to loose them
but wish them success.
Jtev. Piatt, of Franklin, has been
called a- pastor of the Congregational
church until Jan. 1st, 18S9, to fill
Rev. Page's unexpired time.
Kev. Hummel, pastor of the M. E.
church, preaches here every Sunday,
one day at 11 a. in. and the next at
T . m.
What has become of the Cowlcs
G. M. Plumb was in Cowlcn Sun
day. A. D. Gilonrt, brother of L. C.
was in Cowles thus week.
Our next regular teachers meeting
will be held in the high .-cliool room
this (Friday) evening at 7:110 o'clock,
J which th? public generally are
most, cordially invited. There will be
a class recitation conducted by Miss
E Reiinberg, after which there will
be select reading, declamation": and
uiumc by pupils and teachers; al.-o
the usual professional criticism and
friendli suggestions on matters of
eaucation especially tnat which per
tains t. our school work. ilepinj
th:.t public interest in these impor
tant meeting important to our
schools will continue to receive that
influence that cannot fail being pro
ductive of much good to the educa
tional interest of our tovn.
J SO. F. CVUAX, SupL
You are hereby notified that if yoa
do no: come forth and pay joar water
reuts by the loth o Xovtabcr, tke
water supply will be abut off. Bear
this in iaind. L. H. Fob?,
If you can't
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6CHOOL AND CHUfiCH.
Hot. Aiurutu-t Totvm. tbo only
OOlortl Catholic pritt In this coun
try, I tiu pastor of St. Jiriph'
Church. Quincy, 111.
tter. Walter I. Htiffman. of Peru.
InL, hrw married ovr l.SJO iwuplo
and preached l.JW lun-ra! jrviri.
His surpa-io&t Uie record of any other
clergyman in the Mat.
lord r.irnarvn i- urin t'i.t. tbo
Anglican eliurche? ouyht lo ba ojKn
da week-dy for pnrtt worblp. and
tbc Archlnnhop of Canterbury iud tlio
othor chunhtn)n arM with bhn
- KenUi'lkV Jui- ix njunUe.- IlAr
lan. Knott, IVrr. IjWlur. Ik-U and
Llio tliat havo novnr liad n clmrcJi
within tlieir border-i during tJie nijcty
or seventy years of their exintoniyj as
Oerraany is dolnsr ormiJerablo
foroifrn nilbfionnry work now-a-day.
It has oijjhtoen sfK-ietic awl upport.
522 miwionarie. vrlio look aft'r tlielr
210,000 oonvorts. Last yo;ir tbo total
receipU in money weri over $700,000.
A rector wrtt- to thf Guardian
that a "collbato order among tlio
clorffy Lone of tJmimivjratlvu neceHsi
tios of tle time." thu reason bt-ins'
"tho impotsibility of xupporticgu wife
and family upon th ordinary Int-omo
of a curate."
The brother who murmured in bU
boart against God while the drought
l&Ktod. but did not thank him for tho
blessed rain wbon it camo. i" very
much HkoUio rtmt of u- roady to as
crilw all troubles to I'rovidenco and all
bbwiingi to chanco. Chrxxtuin Atlvfr
cats. Ilhhop Vladimir, tho now Itusslnn
Bishop of California. Alaska and Aleu
tian I-Iands, brought to UiN rountry a
full lwy choir of forty oiet. Tim
now Hishoji i tranfernil to the Unilttl
State from .Japan, and his special
work will lyj to improve the now
wretched rendition of tho Creoles and
'Indiann in Ala-kiu
.lohn Carswoll. a denron of tho
Scotch National church at Moonis
aury, Kng., wannrently fini fivo dol
lars in a police rourt for a-4-multine: tho
wifo of Johnson, a village p.tintw,
in tho church. The evidrnco wa- that
ho Htniek Iior with th" pedestal of tbo
offertory lox and pu-hod h'r w that
ahe bixamn ill and bad to 1iivp tbo
eliumh. The a-ault was th- art of a
row Iwtween tbo cbtirrb otllcialu aad
the itor, Kev. J. Mnckic
niiladclpbia Jia a new religiou
Met wliose- title U fearfully and won
dcrfully eontru't"J It U 'IlieEo
clesia of Isra"'; the 'yip. of Worship
ping Congregatbui of Our Katlicr'n
Kingdom on Earth." Tbey havo rv
Tlsod tho opening vntonivs of the
Iord' Prayer so that they road "Our
Father who art In Heaven, hallowed
bo Thy name. Thy band of powor our
oul do fear; Thino ear of love our
prayer do hoar; Thy voice of light
Illumine our feet: unto Thy hona our
step we bend, eternity with Thee- to
pend; Thv kingdom ha come; now
let Thy will Jw done on earth a it u
Areording to a Tndm eontemp
rary. among th" o!Tir nvontly r
ct:ivod for mif-don vork i one from
"nmnrriil man with a small family
of lourtscn," who vrns quite willing to
proete! to f"hina and to leave hi- fam
ily behind him. for a iarge family he
found a "great hindrance to grace"
Probably he is going a little too fnr to
find gracv- If h" would lay home and
look after hi- family perhaps ho would
secure more of tho preoiou articlo
than by abandoning his family for a
foreign trip. Thl declaration recalls
tho disinterested patriotism of the lt
Artcmus Ward, who wa willing to
aacriOco bin wife's relations in tho war.
ChritU-an at WorL
Mr. Vanderbilt pay hi cook $10. 009
a year, my boy. which is a great deal
more than you or I earn or at let it
is a great deal more than wo gy be
cause ho can cook. That I a!L Pre
sumably borauM be can cook holier
than any other san in Aisericn. That
is alL If Monsieur Sauccangrari
could cook tolerably well, acd shoot a
little, aad pcak threo I&nguagco toler
ably well, aad keep books fairly, aad
aiap soaie. aad understood gardesin;
pretty weiU aai could preach a fair
at a sermaa. aad kav soaetiiaj
aad aould teizrapk a
oali da light portoc wurk.
iawuU raad proof tolarabfy.aad could
ieajajia hne aad ig piatiy. aad
kaisaw m taraafciax arr , aad
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ONLY 3 DAYS.
Commencing Thursday, Nov. 22.
And continuin- until Saturdav the largest line
of Cloaks and Winter Wraps ever dis
played in Red Cloud. We mean
business and intend to slaugh
Wednesday, November 28th 1888.
We will offer our entire line of Hoot and
Shoes at prices thai will surprise the public.
Special inducementsjoffered in all departments.
Highest prices pttid i'org Butter &
K. M. AIAirrJN.
No Difference How You Vote
IT STILL K KM A INS 1UT TUT
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OLD STAND IlED C l')H
Dry Goods & Grocery Hciisc; .
Keep on hand a fiiH Inau ol
And sell them at
cill and ice them.
-Iwavf on band.
New goods arriviug dujj
ONLY 3 DAYS.
lowest liyinir once
full line of cAareb
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