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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1889)
The prohibition amendment in Ver
mont was voted down on list Tues
day. St. Patrick's day in the morning
occurs on next Sunday morning. Tiic
day will be appropriately observed.
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Ducker's cash Dry Goods House.
On the inside of today's Cnii:? v.ill
be found a good article on Oklahoma
with a map of that territory.
The Lincoln Journal becomes bet
ter and better every day. The facta
are it publishes more news than many
papers that claim to have superior
facilities for gathering the news.
That democratic hurrah legislature
of Indiana has adjourned. If the
Btate of Indiana doesn't redeem itself
from democratic control at the next
election it will be funny, for down
right idocy, the Indiana democrat
ic legislature takes the bun.
The people of Red Cloud should
make strenuous efforts to procure the
soldiers re-union here. There is no
doubt but what it will be a grand suc
cess, as well as a great benefit to the
city. The old soldiers should sec to
it that Bed Cloud has a chance to bid
The legislature which has been in
session fifty-four days to-day, at an
expense of fifty thousand dollars will
adjourn next week in all probability,
the sixty expiring then. The work
of the present legislature is a decided
firce, and the people should set their
seal of condemnation upon it.
Our old friend and former co-laborer
in the printing business of years
gone by, Mr. L. II. Henry, editor of
the Storm Lake (la) Tribune, has be
come heir to a bouncing baby boy.
We always supposed our friend would
make his mark in the world, and he
has now surpassed our most sanguine
expectation?. Good, Henry, shake
857", and may the little fellow grow
up and follow in the footsteps of his
The accident which turns the crank
of the Chief machine thinks it is a
funny matter, this makiug a $10,000
bridge cost $30,000. The tax payers
think differently, however. The
In the first place there is no likli
hood of the bridge costing anywhere
ncarnuch a figure, and perhaps before
the trial is over it may cost less than
the original amount. In the second
place, we should like to know how
much tax the "Twin " pays that he
is so awfully interested in the bridge.
It's wonderful how a three months
resident should become so interested
in the wcllfarc of the county, unless
there is a hidden motive.
Aaiwrn Co Correfiomlciit
Bladen, Neb., March 11.
Editor Chief. How many county
others are there to elect uoxt Novem
ber? '-I ant to Know.'
Six, viz: Treasurer, sheriff comity
superintendent, county clerk, judg
Amboy, Nek, March 9th, 'S!.
Editor Chief. Please tell us how
many war vessels the United States
have, that would be of any use in
rase of war? , Ex-Soldier.
Not over fifty we believe .that arc
able to do service.
Tied Cloud, March 13th.
Editor Chief. How many candi
dates arc there for the lied Cloud
poBtofficc. One of Them,
As near as wo can learn there arc
s of thirty who arc after it hot
and heavyt and about one hundred
who have asIingering longness for it,
with several precincts to hear from.
Guide Kock. March 12th.
Editor Chief. I am a pretty fair
Hooking young lady and would 1 kc to
get man icd provided 1 could una the
lent man: Please tell me Iiow 1 can
loconplish that purpose.
We know of no better way than to
idvertisc in The CuiEr.
Cowlcs, Neb., March 1:2th.
Editor Chief. Please inform me
through jour columns as to what pur
pose ana lor what purpose was tne
taper commonly known by us'farmers
L ia llic S" luononlv started for?
The object of starting the sheer as
kr as known, is generally supposed
ihafe been for no other purpose
Lan to acquire control of the county
ices by its projectors. It is the
ie clique that have been cudeavor-
to get hold of the tunas tor tuc
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We have just received our new Spring goods of all kinds. Come and sec
our line of Henriettas in all the new Shades.
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1 PlPPPQ French Ginghams.
1 A PinnpQ of Fancy and Plain Linen Chambrays.
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Big Pile of Worsted dress Goods
of all kinds. Stacks of embroideries and insertings; seersuckers, plain and striped to match;
dress ginghams in endless variety; calicos, shirtings, jeans, satinades, denams, tick
ing, and everything in the dry goods . line.
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We liave just received a fine line of black hosiery in
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that we will guarantee not to crock or fade, if they do we will give your money back. Wc have more dry
goods and are selling them cheaper than any house in the west You cannot afford to buy
anything in our line without first seeing our prices.
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Next to First National Bank, Eed Cloud.
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