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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1889)
Gov. Thayer and numerous other
state dignataries have signified their
intention of coming to Red Cloud
durii" the firemen's tournament.
We thould he pleased to call the
altaation of the street and alley com
mittee to tho fact that the several
jompiog-off places at the various
street crossings should he fixed to
make life worth Uc living, especially
when one is huggy riding. What the
streets need are to he left severely
alone or fixed right when they are
fixed. These jumping-off places
around crossings are a decided out
rage and should he remedied. Per
flaps country roads built that way
are all right, hut it is supposed that
streets and crossings in a city are
somewhat more level than the range
of rocky mountains recently excava
ted in various parts of the city. It
puts a fellow in mind of a corduroy
road, the ups and downs are so fre
quent. What can you expect of other peo
ple in the matter of loaning money at
asurious rates, when professed chris
tian people set the example? People
who are professed christians should be
careful and live up to the devine in
junction, formulated against usury
and not be caught in the seat with
"sinners and scaffers" or words to
that effect. It is a bad example to
get before the world, and especiallv
the sinful part. We arc aware that
the temptation i grnat, yet it should
9 overcome, fui Uaury is usury who-rh- j
or made by christian or gentile, ami
there's no excuse that can be manu
factured that will make it anything
else but usury. No one can serve two
Masters at the same time, and espec
ially in this case, for if we recollect
arjght, devine history relates cases
where usury fiends and money mon
.gets were thrown out of the temple
tfcat had been dedicated to Christian
ity. If there are any of these peo
ple in Red Cloud let them stand op
a4 be counted.
The following are the names of the
frls who take part in the memorial
exercises at the opera house, directly
after the services at the cemetery.
Bach girl represents a state and re
feats appropriate verses:
Dolly Scott, Maine.
Trlx Mlzer. New Hampshire
Alice Kenisberj. Vermont,
Lucilc McKeeby, Massachusetts,
fanoc Fowler, Miotic Iand.
Ifora Vice, Coni.eUicut,
Vjrrt'c Jones, New York,
rfcarl ;kc.u. rennsyhani i.
Lln 1'ott.r, New Jersey.
HetUi Able, L'c!aivarc.
Kir.nu Grave?, Maryland.
Ma-.-ie Jjir.cr. Virginia.
tjjac t;a:b,r, Wet Virginia.
Say L-tson.Noith Carolina.
Ben i M.-itb, -'out'i Carolina.
.fiicc ' ttsilf, Georgia.
Alic Marsh, Alabama,
Hes-is Mai eh, Florida.
& Fort, Ohio.
Iii.-j WaiT.ni, Indiana.
Lois i p., Illinois.
QliTj i o.vns, Michigan.
lcv barber, Kentucky.
Mapsie . tomberg, Missouri.
Maggie Visjcher, Iowa.
-Josie ':! ham, Minnesota.
-Jfcfeie KelIort Nebraska,
liable Howmid, Kansas.
Viol-. Ward. Mississippi.
Leaa Watson, Loulsana.
10 K:i!ey, Arkansas.
KJtfce Marsh, Texas.
Orace Iauchy, Tennessee.
Marion Sweezy, Nevada.
Jis:e father, California.
MQa Cook, Oregon.
Florence Catting, Montana.
JMli. lalkenburg, Ncrth Dakota.
ael Hosmer, South Dakota.
Jennie Myers, Washington.
Helen McFarland, Colorado.
Gertie Pond will be the goddetw of
uwersy, and Nellie West will retro
eat the District of Columbia.
Mea to which aonei. eattte VES; i,S
poultry are subJrKy'aUdr&rfS
" 'H4 WIUB. 1KM nnn M a&
The following are the names of
ipmpils in room No. 2 in the first ward
twhose sUnding in deportment for the
weck ending May 17th was 90 per
cent or above:
Vance Foe, Gertie Brown. Adda
Weod, Clara Able, Nellie Sherman,
Mamie Hunt, Nevada Wilson, Clara
Kellar, Rosa Kellar, Bertha Dedrick,
Sadie Sellar, Bhoda Collins, Florence
Mayfield, Hervey Conover, Walter
Hatfield, Dick Hnmmel.
Belle Spanocle, Teacher.
The transition from long, lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an eporti in the life of the indi
vtdual. Such a remarkable event is
treasured in the memory and the
ijsency whereby the good health has
'2an attained is gtatefully blessed,
jlsncc it w that so much is heard in
rniso of Electric Bitters. So many
reel abey owe their restoration to
health, to tho uso of the Great Altera
tive ami Tonic. If you arc troubled
with anv disease of Kidneys, Liver or
Stomach, of long or short standing you
at Henry Cooks Drugstore. 3
Aaswcra t Crrespea4eata. ,
Red Cloud, May 21.
Ed Chiff How many honorable
positions did Abraham Lincoln occu
py during his lit e? Politician.
He was eaptian of a company in,
the Mohawk war, he was a member
of the Illinois legislature, a member
of congress and president of the Unit
Red Cloud, May 21.
Editor Chief How much money
has been raised by the new commit
tee for the Red Cloud Improvement
company for the purpose of boring
for oil, ooal etc. jacob.
We give it up, in fact, we have
not been informed that they have
raised anything as yet. The com
mittee should shake the dust off of
themselves and get to work.
Cowles, Neb. May 19.
Mr. Editor How many candi
dates are there for the county offices
for the coming fall elections.
1 Want une.
It is too premature to spring that
question upon us at this time. How
ever there are a number who want of
fice and have for years, but we pre
sume they win oe reiegatea to me
rear ranks as usual.
Yea Caaaet ASTerd
At this season of tho year to be without a good
reliable diarrhoea balsom iu the house, as
cramps, colic, diarrhoea and all iuflamation of
the stomach and bowels arc exceedingly dan
gerous if not attended to at once. One bottle of
Ucgg's diarrhoea balsom will do more good in
cases of this kind than any other medicine on
earth. We guarantee it. C.L.Cotting druggist
The Quaker social given by the la
dies aid society at the school house
Friday evening was a success both
financially and socially.
Mr. and Mrs Vance have settled
down to housekeeping. It's wonder
ful haw things improve in appear
ance when there's a woman around
Chas. Hunter has gone to McCook
to ship several car loads of fat cattle
that he bought near there.
Mr. Hartville has got out the April
dividends for the cheese factory,
whieh is very favorable to the paU
Mr. tV. Root of Hudson Mch., is
visiting H. G. Sawyers on his way
home from Washington Territory.
He is very favorably impressed with
Oar popular railroad agent, A. I
Morris has got a vacation, and gone
cast on a visit. Mr. Stone takes his
Miss May Hummel is taking a va
cation of a week or two from her la
bors on the Red Cloud Republican.
3000 lbs of milkreeievedat the fac
tory Monday morning, and Mr. Hart-
well lookes pleased.
Graves has gone away hence we are
Tke Pride of Weaaaa.
A clear pearly and transparent skin is al
ways a sign of pure blood, and all persons
troubled with dark, greasy, yellow or blotched
akin can rest assured that their blood Is out of
order. A few doses of Begg's blood puitfler
sal blood Baker will remove the cause and the
skin will become clear and transparent. Try it
and If satisfaction Is not siren it will cost you
nothing. It Is fully warranted. C.L. Cottlng,
Mad dog scare.
The lost is found.
L. D. Mouser moved into the Look
I. David shipped a tar load of
hogs to Omaha.
Lew Keith ha4 a fine steer killed by
Robt. Thorp has moved en the
farm east of Nona Springer.
We an glad to see Mr, Prthbyon
file streets again after having a taesle
witb the measles.
Messrs Person and Hicks with
tleir families drove to Campbell Sun
Steve She and family left for Kan
sasr teavinc he merchants of Bladen
withi sutrciena sums for remember-
Mksv Persso started east last Wed
nesday for Casekill, N. Y. where she
will spend the saxamer with her moth
er. She wa accompanied by her
broknar from Falls City, Nebraska.
That people Ilngar along always conptkiaing
aoMftthatcontinaal tired feeling? One bottle
of Begg's blood purifier and blood maker will
rcawve this feeling, give them a good appetite
auLregnlate digestion. C. L. Cotting, druggist.
Dr- W. T. Johnson went to Lin
coln last Tuesday to attend the med
miss Uenic McMillan visited
Cowles the first of the week.
Mrs. J. O. Hayes, our popular
trcss at tlns pwec.
Miss May Hayes will be the deputy
Mrs. C. Schenck of Red Cloud vis
ited in Cowles this week.
The Cowles Herald says there is to
be a wedding in Cowles soon, and we
also heard that one of our merchants
was contemplating a visit to an ad
joining state. Wonder if there is any
connection between the two state
Mr. A. E. Blalick was buried here
on last Saturday. He leaves a wife
and six children. Pickwick.
As a prominent newspaper man
once said, we can often clip as good
an article as we can write, so we turn
ed our sheares loose on the Pawnee
Republican and this is the result:
"Nine-tenths of the unhappy mar
riages are the result of green human
calves being allowed to run at large
in society pastures without any yoke
on them. They marry and have
children before they do moustaches.
They are fathers of twins before they
are proprietors of two pairs of pants,
and the little girls they marry are
old women before they are twenty
years old. Occasionally one of these
gosling marriages turns out to be all
right; but it is a clear case of luck.
If there was a law against young ga
loots sparking and marrying before
they have cut all their teeth we sup
pose the little cusses would evade it
in some way, But there ought to be
a sentiment against it. It is time
enough for these bantams to think of
finding a pullet when they have rais
ed money enough to buy a bundle of
lath to build a hen house. But they
sec a girl tha. looks cunning, and they
are afraid there are not going to be
enough to go around, and then they
begin to spark real spry, and before
they are aware of the sanctity of the
marriage relations, tbey are hitched
tor life, and before they own a cook
stove or bedstead they have to get up
in the night and go for a doctor, so
frightened that they nearly run them
selves out of breath and abuse the
doctor because he doesn't run too.
And when the doctor gets there, there
i not enough linen in the house to
wrap up the "baby." Wymore Un
REPORT OF THE CONDIXZOH
First National Bank.
AT RED CLOUD.
In the State of Nebraska, at the close of busi
ness. May 13, 18S).
Loans ami discounts S 135,311 03
Overtlratts 4,112 01
V. S. bonds to secure circulation 18,750 00
Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages ... i ,uc 75
Due from approved re- 1
serve agents S16j653.72( ..m, ..
Due from other National f ,'."I
Real estate, liinutureaml fixtures l2,r.co 21
Current expenses and taxes paid '2,iS$ 39
Premiums paid 1.3G7 23
luecKs aim oiuer casn nerass 612 10
Fractional natter currency.
nickels and cents 2 05
Specie 5 .348 75
Legal tender note 1,361 00 J
tteuempuon iimu wimu.s.treas
(5 per cent, of circulation)
. 820153 96
Capital stock paid in
f 75,000 e
National Bank notes outstanding,
Individual deposits subject 1
to check S4.4K7 m
Demand certificates deposit 23,438 9
Due to state banks and bankrsi57 23
nous ana oius re-aiseountea..
8,000 as -
SUte of Nebraska, County of Wckrter. wi:
I. Jnp.K.Shirey, Cashier octha ahoVenaated
baBk.dosolemnlT swear that tha above state-
k.11 & w. "TSTW "'
incnt is irua is imm dfx at n bmmmim and
" ... . no. . Bwmy, vasawr
HubMrlbed and sworn to before nw this 23rd
day of Mar . o. c. cabb.
Oamet-Attavt: J.A.Toixara 1
Jambh McNamr VDuvetota
Great English Remedy.
a gaaraateea care for all aer
Tousaiseasessucnaa weaa mem
ory lose of braia power hysteria
headache pain la the back ner
vous prostnUion wakefallnesa leo
corrttoea universal lassitude seat
inal weakness impotency and gen
eral loss of power of the Genera
tive Organs; in eitkei sex. caus
ed by Indiscretion or overexertion
and which tdtuaatelr lead te
I'RXMATURX OLD AGK. IKHAN
rxr ana voxbvmitiivi: u
box or six boxes for $5 00. Sent
by mail on receipt of price. Full
partlcnlars In pamphlet, sent
free te every applicant
WelGwarmartee flax Bexea
to cure any case. For every as
order received wc send six boxes
with a written guarantee tore
fund th uinpr If mr Mrlfl
does not effect a cure . Address AftSff aktofi
jut c imnmuiia iu iu miib
nanutacturers. The Mukjuv Hanicnra Co.
tar-Sold in Red Cloud byC.L. COTTING sole
To X. D. Fox:
You ero3irbr notified that on the 7th dav
af October, 1887, 1, L. Benin raucfaased at
rrivate Tax sale, from tne County Treasurer,
M. B. McNitt, at the Court-house in Bed Cloud,
Webster county. Nebraska, for the taxes of the
year 1885, amounting to $127. The following
lot situated, in Webster county, Nebraska,
taxed in the name of N. D. Fox In the villam
of Cowles, to-wit: Lot 8, Mocks. The time tor
redemption ot said lot irom tne lien of said
tax sale, will exuire October 7th. 1889. and if not
redeemed before the above date expires, I will
inane appucanou iora lrcasurer s lax ieci.
You are hereby notillcil tlmtontIi 7tliil.iv
of October, 1JS7, I, 1. Bauiu, jmrcbised at
tiriv'flti. Tfiv StiT., frrtm fill f'mmt-v TrifictirA.
.M. II. McNitt, at tlio Court-itonse in Ileil
Cloud, Webster county. Nebraska, for the t ixes
of the rear 1Sn amounting to 70. The follow-
taxnlin the name of N. I). Io. m thcriiliagel
'cf Cowles, to-wit: Lot 7, biof-k 9. Tha time fori
wz Int sitiir.reil in Webster cauutv. Ncbraskn.
sale will expire October 7th. 1S.S9, ami if not re
ilccmcil hufore the above dite expires. I will
make upiiiicatloit for a Treasurer's Tax Hel.
O & eg
It can be done, and if
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