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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1889)
SggSirrrs ---- -
Mods caps only In etc at B. &G.
I Oysters at
Ernst "W'clsch's. Beat
iu preventative Hampton was in the
The AMthi ally Ropatrttraa. j CAWLRI.
This ii'wspap.r is now offe-ed t' J F. Ku-fmin h-ts moved JoOmsha
..: ',r nn'-.rf.-Un-p"h ' Trh'Tt h" vili fnra'C m business
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f ?T p-r vnr, or 3f rents witii E (JiF.rd.
i city on Monday,
j AH winter goods
I the pub!
.1 :n n-t. "ft,
at your own say
15. & G.
Thh ponder never varies. Aland of pnre
rtrcngthand wholesomeness, more economical
than the ordinary kind and cannot be sold m
competiou with tha multitudes ot low test short
lght alum or phosphate powdors. Sold only
Incans. ltOYAL HAKJNG I'OWDEUCO.
loc W'sdl street. K. Y. Oltv.
e il-:.j';l can- i -l-pig'
. he gcd gbud 0i4
a. c nos9ir.it.
I so at
Ucmember a good solid over-coat
can be bought of I. & G. for $1 .50!
Overcoats at cost and more to at
B. & G.
Look at our jean pants for $'.00,
warranted not to rip. B. &G.
Joan Pants, warranted not to rip
for only $1.00 at B. & G.
Sleeper Bros regular days for grind
ing are Wednesdays and Saturday. '
Old copper, iron, rags, etc., taken
in trade for tinware at Adam Mor
Daniel K. Schenck has been ap
pointed by the Governor as a notary.
Great bargains in Iiamburgs, hos
ery and white trimmings at Mrs. K.
All kinds of novelty braid, rick
rack, braid, tinsel cord &c. &c. at
Mrs. F. Newhouse.
and Siu vi-U friends here.
nae I r mor-'i on Similes. It i?
new and crapl"i in every detail, and
is the best, chcapes-l and handsnme&t
paper published in Nebraska. Send
for Eample copy.
G . S G bon returned lost Monday J
There was a dune social at the Con-
Tfcs Mctnal Life Insurance Co.
OP KDT YOP.K.
-RICHAnD A. MCCURDY, PacSSCHT.
Tor tie rttr eziirc Stc Slit, 1EE8.
Wc-r. U- Dunn.
"roati -nal chuich Feb. 20.
Mrs. L. C Glford has gone to the Jrra- in isi.
eastern rart of the state to attend ner , , fr.2M; ;n Scr?iul. .
.itrr"; wedding, which takes place !o!irJ?t In forte. -
earlv in March.
Published rery 1'iiday moinliiR from the offic
In the Moon Mock. Ked Cloud, Neb.
Interest from C to 1U per cent.
Time from 1 to 7 years. Ca'l and
investigate. G. W Barker.
Gathered I'p 1- Chief Brportrr la
And About the Cltjr and County.
'. series of tncti
I arrtivf 3 nrlap j far,
.. ! rtl ; . , . :.. V.n tfAiim Imrn rf. ' l... . .....!. . ....
Xuiaerc -t, railroad a,e being buiit " " " 'J " - . XumtiT - .
in Kna? this sa-on on pP' r. The ' mains unabated. J lrrrta,tdl,rjBS ,rw..
trouble of lt"d Cl.-ud is we Hive had I j;cV. G. W. Hummel is holding a j :;: In for. - .
too manv built en naner and not'' , ,..; , r ,,;, nt Kltn creek i3frrawtfBrItcj.tr,
enouch on terra fit ma. Chief.
' l' ,. .J.r. ..,.n nni.rinr trill ?IV
r : ' :i.i t.,i. h Gilfrd has gone
yu a ie.v itimueis ij idiuunu ... -
dirj Headlight. where he will remain several weekf.
But friend when vou want to view J Itev. Steely and wife have returned
f ij-.c 1.. ....n ln..n 1iap worn
irom iujju tyuui, nut. i"i.j ctw.w
A. A. Peak has returned from a
trip to Oxford.
Some ot our citizeus havo the Ore
con fever. AMERICAN.
. l,CtJ,Cii II
, rrMrtt frus. U tatrcrt.
to Omaha ' r"' J'dicj-noWrt. -
- i,;s;.fto si
a metropolitan city with ilectric
lights, water works and street rail
roads, come 3'c hither, for Bed Cloud
is "sich." Ilailroads will come and
then Superior will be inferior. 'Nuff
Mrs. L. H. Fort is home from her
Nuts, fresh candies, etc., kept at
Furniture of all kinds cheaper than
vcratF. V. Taylor's.
Get 3'our meals at the Farmers Eat
ing house. E. "Wclseli.
Money to loan at a living rate of
interest by I). M. Blatt.
Great bargains in woolen dress
goods, at Mrs. F. Newhousc.
Jack Adams of Superior was in the
city the othor day a guc.'-t of John
Don't forget to go to W. L. Haines
when you want furniture. He keeps
a tine line.
Doc McKceby and Seward Garbcr
were in Superior this week looking
A up railroads.
WJ There is no doubt but what there
is coal in Bed Cloud and money
S should be raised to prospect for same.
If you want Early May wheat or
White Bussian oats for seed call on
L. 11. Bust, at the city feed store.
"Will Parks has succeeded in organ
izing a "Liar's Club" with some
prominent individuals as officers.
D. B. Fpanoglc was out looking up
Bed Cloud's interest the other day.
If there's a man in the city that can
do more good work than he we don't
Cntr,la- Oliver McCall lir-
Take j'our old copper ware, iron,
rage, etc., to Morhart who will ex
change tinawre for the same. tf .
Peak Sisters at the opera house,
Tuesday evening, March 5th, for the
benefit of the Episcopal church.
1 wish to bu3- county bonds, school
district bonds, also, countv and city
warrants. D. M. Platt.
J. G . Potter has moved into his
new dwelling north of The Chief
residence, at the head of Cedar
The ladies B. II. M. society will
have a special meeting Tuesday after
noon March, fith at Mrs. S. Perkins.
Come prepared to work.
Ed W. Halm, of Bed Cloud, arriv
ed yctterday with his goods and chat
tels, and will bocoinc a citizen of But
ler. David City Tribune.
When in Bed Cloud call at the
furniture store of F. V. Taylor, Oppo
site the post office, and pick you out
a fine kithcn or parlor suit.
Dave Stroup, one of the fine saloon
keepers, was closed up on Tuesday.
Dave has been running in bad luck
latebj. He ha.-, opened up again.
On Wednesday evening, Grace and
Chailcy Fort entertained her little
friends Vy a donkey social. It was a
pleasant event and the little folks en
joyed it hugely.
Today is Longfellows anniversary,
and in order to commemorate the day
the Y. M. C. A- folks and the public
schools will listen to a brief biogra
phy of that gentleman by Hon. G. B.
G. W. Lindsey's packing interest,
have .-o broadened out that he finds it
necessary to put up large quantities
of ice and consequently has, or will
have. :;00l) ton? put in before the
tlt.iw. Wo an" glad to see him and
his important industry flourish.
Diirinti the test of the water works
mislil Have KrHiiltMl lu a IVrcck.
On Saturday last, the train from
Hastings to Bed Cloud had orders to
pass the up freight which had been
delayed at Ayr.. Orders are scat in
such cases to both conductor and en
gineer, but the former has the man
agement of the train and the engin
eer is cspected to obey him. Bv some
oversight or forgetfulncss the con
ductor, M. O. McClure neglect td to
observe the order and ran n to Blue
Hill. Luckily the freight was enough
later than was expecttd so that it
had not left the station here, but Mr.
McTlurc saw that the oversight was
fatal to him and at once sent in his
resignation from this place. Times-Winner.
John Bcuuchatup is up ani around
A better at-
Sehoel is doing line.
tendanae than ever.
C. Gust isited school last wrek.
Squire Funck holds court these
days and deals out justice in great
George Hutchison and Anna Fogle
were married Febuary, 17, C. L. do
inc the job.
Soft weather and lots of it.
Jim BeauchamD ntarts to
erect every Saturday evening.
THE ASSETS AIE IIVESTEI AS FIUIWS:
BaniN anJ JtortMTM. - - fl?.l?.t; W
I'cl.l Matf a J cthf r M-ctritlM, flH.ClS.TM 14
Era! I'stttr and Loan oa roUtt-
mi, ..... t;i,:!,i:i 31
C'aIi in Caaia aaj Trat Cob-
icnifs at latrrrot. . - f,S13j;; 60
Istrrrtt arrrnrd. PrradaiB! 4e-
ftrr4 and iatraaUt. Itc, $3.4M'?
, r.it V.mkt . ,
AnuJ. r.inuH aw"".
it. f.-4.tti.4? $36i,m; f4..?n
17 OUJ7.h 4i7,O.SCS. . ejeM.l
15 lUVn; 4K.lSt.lM . T.MO.IW
KOUERT A. CRANNISS Vice PmUcn:.
NAAC 1 LLOYD. Hi Vnffmidrct.
WILLIAM J. KAVTON. - Sccmaiy.
W. F. Allen, general agent for Ne
braska. Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming
and Utah, office over First National
Baak, corner Farnam dt 13th et., Om
Aiiuili. r Clianie For l'n.
'What are the piospects for the ex
tension of the Missouri Pacific in the
state during the coming summer?"
'The Missouri Pacific is anxious
and willing to extend its lines where
ever the business will justify it. If
business opens up well in Nebraska
this spring the Missouri Pacific will
build some road in this st:tc during
the summer Just how many miles
and in what direction is a matter that
will have to be determined later."
The following from Church Howe
to an Omaha Beptiblican reporter fur
nishes Bed Cloud people with a rail
road lead that they should not heed
lessly cast aside. If the proper effort
is rut forth on the part of our
enterprising gentlemen the Missouri
Pacific can be secured, and The Chief
knows of no better wa-, than to ser.d
a de.cgation to Church Howe, who
can do more for cd Cloud than an
other man in the state of Nebraska.
A delegation should be sent at once
and with a good fat bonus protruding
from our pockets as a sweetener Bed
Cloud -:an get the M. P. By. This is
our road. Come! Come! : ow is
the acceptod time.
Ht-d l"iil Will': tl Tlirui.
There i again ome intercut beinu
manifested in Bfd Cloud in regard
to the jtrobablf m'tvoments of tboj
Joseph Henry Cor, sob of Henry
and Cora Cox, departed this life Feb.
10th, and was buried on the 18th.
at Orio cemetery. The child was a
year aud seven months old. The
bereaved parents have the sympathy
of their neighbors and friends,
The snow on the ground makes it
look as though winter was going to
stay with us a while yet.
The literary at the Star of Hope
was well attended. The question for
di.-cussion was, "Resolved that the
negro has sufforcd more at the hands
of the white man than the Indian.
The M. E. quarterly meeting will
be held at the Lone Star school nouse
first Saturday and Sunday in March.
All are invited to attend. Sll.
Quite a winter but much warmer.
B. K. Orchard and family arc at
home on the farm.
Miss Maud Orchard is attending
school at 1 uavale.
J. Uuchleiter, Sen., will move his
family to Superior toon.
Mrs. J. B. Cleghorn died on Feb.
2lid, ifter m.iny months of ill health
of consumption. Mrs. C. came
three years ago and had
l manv fricmU anion" those who had
Uocfc Island and Santa Fe r.uiruads 1 1 d; .icqua5ntanct. Sbc eaVC9
Miss Mollie Cook is visiting id ths
north part of the state.
The district court has adjourned
until the April term.
D. B. Spanogle went to Lincoln this
week in the interest of Red Clond.
There is not the least doubt but
what Red Cloud will boom in the
The jail committee met last Satur
day to consider plans and specifica
tions for the jail. Every thing was
found to be satisfactory.
It now seems that in a spirit of
firmness, the candidates for post-office
favors should cither submit to
election, or convene and draw cits
for the golden egg. The clnctiou
idea seems to be a good one and the
lucky fellow could then rest easy.
The Famous Peak Sisters will be
presented at the opera hou.'-e Tues
day evening, March 5th., by the home
talent of Bed Cloud, in which will be.
presented someofathe finest selections
from our oldest authors, Mozart, Beth
oven etc. All those that want to
help a good cause and enjoy a good
hearty laugh will not fail to attend.
Fare One Cent a Mile
I have this day concludtxJ to open up
A Cash House, February 1, 1889,
T.will run a strictly cash house. Please call and note my
prices. It will be a greater cut on price? than on, cent a
mile by the railroad company. I vrUl positively NOT sell
one cent's worth of goods on time. If any goods that aell for
15c or two for 25c. I will sell for 12c. fca Will make exact
change so you see you will save 20 per cent by trading at a
StricUy Cash House. You will not have to help pay bad
accounts. As a credit business is run all customer hare to
pay more for goods to help pay the looses of bad debt. I ctn
do'businesa for less profit for cash, and that is what I am go
Sell Strictly for Cash or Produce !
So come and see me and you will say that I have struck the
right key note to that great hereafter which means in a
commercial way great success in business. All will aay we
have found the place and the man to trade with. Come,
come, ccme and see me I will do you good.
Great Cash House, no goods sold on time
bring your cash or produce and trade with
the best house in Southern Neb.
B. F. MIZEK,
The Opera House Cash Grccer.
YOUNGS C. 0. D. EMPORIUM.
OurStock of Millinery
Will be on hand about April 1
We have engaged a first-class Trimmer from
the E.ist that will sjive vou the Latest
Styles at prices that will enable every
Lady to buy a New Spring Hat
chased at auction the famous stallions ,on Wedn-sday solid stream of water
was thrown litty leet over me new
belonging to the Ked Cloud breeding
association, paying therefore $900.
They are beauties.
Our old friend 1). C. Smelscr receiv
ed the other day a treasury warrant
for $4S0, for back pension and a no-:-
.!, i,nraf tor Uncle Sam would
settle on him a monthly stipend of jY
"VVe presume that the "Scorpion"
who writes heavy editorials for the
"weakly thing" knows how it is him
self "when he speaks about it being
cheaper to move than pay rent" if the
story be true about his house rent.
Frank Tenant sole twenty-one head
of hozs the other day that averaged
31 G pounds each. He realized $14.22
-per head, or $293.02 for the lot.
Frank is one of the thrifty farmers of
Webster county. They were sold to
Mr Cutter in Cowlcs.
The Chief furnished most of the
items for the last -'weakly whinr"
and the Argus, the court report,
Between the two papers the sublun
ary outGt mauaged to get enough
items, with his old plates, to get its
paper out by Saturday night.
TIior. Vaughn sold his farm of 307
n: .i. rvnwlnv nn Mondav
acres to nuiui. v.v".-. .
.' for $3500. Mr. Vaughn is one of
' our best farmers but has been impreg
nated with the Oklahoma fever and
will so there as soon as possible. N c
shall be sorry to lose mm irom "u
Frank Tcnnant, one of The Chief's
banner subscribers called in one day
this week and made us happy. Frank
is one of those whole soulcd men who
believe that the printer should have
hi. dues, and therefore keeps his
nr id ahead from a year to a
bank building which is over sixty
feet high. This. Was done by direct
pressure alone aud only SO pounds at
that. It is estimated that with direct
pressure and stand pipe pressure a
stream could be thrown 300 feet eas-
Captain Uouclnn. a poor hut Hon
orable old soldier, received the joyful
news this week that the government
had granted him a pension lor scrvi-
tins spring me ia nani-a ocng c- i,lls.K:llltl ad two little bovs besides
pecteJ to iiiov... from Snpet.or, the I mnnb(,r of ,,.olhtfrs and si8teI8 who
first named from lsoii. Ked Clou-! .j wUh the tLought that
is a beautiful little city and in ' j their loss is her et-rnal gain. The
respect, a progressive one. In :hc'ains ;vcre uke1 t0 J0bnson coun
acquirement of modern conveniences. , , , fc h f
Icral obsequies and interment took
place. Mr. C. and his mottierlcss
lercd during the war. The
such as electr.c lights, water works,
street cjrs, telephone lines, etc., she j
is abreast or ahcid of her neighbors,
but in the acquirement of railroads
she has been singulary and f.i tally
unfortunate, sum we cry much doubt
il her people even now appreciate the
gravity of the situation or the extent
to which the future of their city will
be affected by the action of the rail
roads in quotion. It. is given out on
authority of those who arc supposed
toknov that the Hock Inland will
onlv conic to them on conditions that
arc hard to control, and that the
Santa Fc finds a preferable route De
leaving the valley in Xuckoll.- county
little one have the sympathy of the
Captain gets $271.20 back pension
and jv monthly allowance henceforth
of $0. He was one of those brave de
serving soldiers and entitled to the
sum. though small, that has been
Presiding Klder .loues occupied the
First Meihodist church pulpit on Sab
bath evening and delivered an able
sermon. !y the way we notice un
der the careful guidance of Kev.Tal
kenburg, that the M. E. church is
prospering and the congregation in
creasing." Mr. F. is an able and log
ical theologian, and gives evidence of
a bricht future. Among other good
features the church has one of the
finest choirs in the state; aud that to- j a nortlnvcsteriv direction, the other in J
IMKMER9 CUE Kit.
G. H. McKinley, of Cawkcr City.
Kanas, is stopping at his fathers for
a couple ! weeks.
Mr. Va:iDyke' sale was largely
attended aud most everything sold
E. II. Jones, who has been kept in
the house for a couple of weeks, from
having iargc cake of ice fall on bis
foot, is -b!e to be around asrain.
Oa ls.-t Monday evening the young
and taking in tne town ui Lowies on ?f()Iks of thc ncJj:hborhooiJ C1ned in
the way. Of course these rumors may j and gnTC Mn &n(f Mrs N E vVorlcy
be set afloat for the purpose of gain-' - AU rt nav.
ing extra inducements from lied ' jn a 00 t-i;uc
Cloud, but hercitizons cannot afford Veare quits sorry to learn that
to so regard it. If they do not get j MUt Carnahan jost quite a sam 0f
one or thc other of these roads when j monev from his pocket whlle in at.
they move forward they will probably tcndaUC(. at Mr variDykc's sale Sat
ntver have better railroad f.icilitTes ; urtsav NlCK.
than they have toda. Should either !
of these roads (the one extending in i .. i
i i;. ai--At. .i.j ,. rtt - n
VilVA lUlUil'U UU CtL Uifcil
nether with good
. .i ! i vrnnn: m, r
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cr wunguou ftl..u,wu - -asoutnwesteny airecuoii) cnooseio; . ..... Rrrftnt . n ... t
church r. pleasant place to go. jmakc Cowles a prominent point on,.-.
their line, the other would probably; Mr. June Ileiit now sing "hush bye
do the same. This, with the central j Ua.v." All because i cirl.
Ked Cloud is working hard for a
., i l r, :iUn n i)a filmnct
raiiroau, auu is wiiun
anythinc that is reasonable to acquire
one. At present it seems to hare a
innL- towards the Eock Island esten-
Dr. Jutiss was in the city on Wed
nesday. W. II. Hoilmau, the post matter at
LJlaik'n vrns in the city Wednesday.
S. W. Fulton, of Bladen was at the
hub Wednesday on business of impor
tance. The ladies social cuild of Graee
E i.copnl church will meet at Mrs.
Ketiuey's Fridnv afternoon March 1st.
A iiuml'cr of our old soldier boys co
:o B mien tonight for th purpose of
taking 1-att in thc G. A. K. camp-tiro
at tliai place.
Mrs. Ferri, received word Tuesday
that her sister, living in Wisconsin
v a danseroujly sick- She left Wed
nesday morning for that state.
A. J Welch has feft foi McCook to
take charceoflhe B. i.M. station at
thst place. :r. W. and wife will al
ways be kindly remembered by our
Mr. Ilarri-, tho new station agent
to succeed Mr. A.J. WVlch at this
I'l.ce anmtitl the duties oi hi office
tday. The Chief welcome hira to
The entertainment Tuesday ni;ht
at the Y. M.C. A. hall wa a craod
Micve, ad the young ladies and gen
tlcmen taking pirt thereiu did them
selves credit. The Kfo reccipU were
Four n.xv str h vo been added to
the grand gaUxy of states o bi
great American union, viz: North
and South D.ikoU, Washington and
Mont-ma, making a grand aggrega
tion of i states all told.
On Wednesday our firemen under
theinstructions of water commissioner
Fort, tapped four hydrams and threw
four streams at once for the purpo
of displaying to the board of un Jer
wri'crs our ability to copa with eo
flacratior. The gentlemen wre weU
fatt'fied and have irdncrd the rate
about one per ctnt. Red Clond ha a
fine system of water works and should
feel proad of them
COME TO US FOR DRY GOODS
Young's C. O. D. Emporium.
location that place occupies in thc
county, would give to it a prominence
that would eventually result in ae-
dine from here. A far better nd priving Ked Cloud of that which has
Mr. Clack Cje a concert at the
Amack school house, Satirdaj aipht.
Our c rptilent Bro. i having daile a
. ' tussle with the r!enmatim.
Mr. Ullery's have moivl to MiMou-
surer road for the people of Ked Cloud j always been her chief honor ar
would be the Northwestern from Oak, J vantage, namely, the possession
i.;c onimiv. whic.i in all probability countv seat of Webster. lb
will be extended in a westernly di- corporAtioas are proverbially uppu.cdf
rection. as it has all the southern afid . to want the earth, and to not be back- j
southwestern branches and extensions wanl about aking for it, but if Ked j P antl rOT Rent.
Mr. Woolev hye moved on the
farm vacated by Mr. Pvy.
CimUm awl Cl U.
Cart Evans, oar tank line naaa, i
doing a Sie buinen in that lioc Mff.
Cart is doing bis beft to ple Hi
costomers by tclliat only the best
hua trat rvyi. Ht inQe iatfee
tlon to ail patront and TTIE CHIaT
wihe him fucc and proptrity.
likely to wish for. The Cloud can obtain the assurance if a'
from market. SO acres :
Adssi Morhxrt. ear porclar hardi
J dalr. uja no that ti rephiieaa ar
in power aaia he ha jHercsistd to
knock ui bottoca obx or bara wira axd
from thi datf will Q fa.im.Ui barb wir
. , 1. Ul..r itN lltOlV IO WJSU lUf. " I IflUtt Wll UWifliu iuc ihumhh: ii a ,,
i . l.ir HA flH UEEU r-l- I - . . T -. - il 4J,iv: iivia u.a,A.. wv - . " .--I ...lv.J r. mt .1
year ana a - SCTeteen Koek Island 11 a first class road but is Iroad, n0 matter what ,Cna,tion, , VltBlJ of wffJ aod wller. - fa of T
senber to Aiit deBOCrat alm0st a settled thing that it will run . tke i-ompany may impose it would ; be ha: Uniieemlle or address 1 .rr iao pood, nf . Ti.t
jciua. :- - - . f mm hcre to iveanivjin wwwntBe partox wisjoa xo accept ii w;ia-i TLi. iTTii
but notwittwwww-w ' Jnrwd. Irat mlmWn, M ftflk clrfrti.
. - J 1 ww -"- i w
of niWfW I0Dle
The Golden Eagle
J ust received a larjc and complete line of
For Spring and Summer Wear !
A special offer the next
J All wool suits made to order for
25, $27, $28 and 830.
Pants that we have heretofore charged 10, 11
and 12 dollars tor will be sold for 8, 9,
and ten dollars.
We don't want you to think that we intend to
do a cheap trade. The cause of this reduction
is that we have bought these goods dirt cheap '
and intend to give our customers the benefit
of the bargains, All who ccntcmplate wear
ing clothes this spring should not fail to take
advantage of this opportunity.
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mwBM vwi Kwob aaill
tggoewaT. to retcra again .,
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