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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1889)
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Hacker & Parker,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
L. Jeffers, Proprietor,
Fine tables, reasonable rates, nice
THE CITY LIVERY STABLE.
McAvoy & Farrel, Props.
Keep Fine Bigs and Good Teams
At Reasonable Pnces,
Commercial men and others will find this the best lirery stable in the city. First
door east of Holland House.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
CHEAP FOR CASH !
Dry Goods, Groceries, Millinery,
&c is again before the public with a. large and choice line
of goods, and is Felling close for cash.
Latest Styles in Millinery always on hand
THE TRALERS LUMBER CO.
Lower than any yard in the world
.PEOMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO
ia rf spkgy
Collections, Taxes Paid,j&c.
Office with the County Judge, Moon Block
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
OaiT OrEMice tsrwursi o("3Ieasory
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treatment, is ocx motto. Come and see cs.
Notice is hereby iven tliat under and by vir
tue of an order of teile Lwued out of the district
court of Ujc 8rh judicial district in and for Web
ster county, Nebraska, spun a decree to an ac
tion pending IctsaM court wiierein Howell Beds.
are plaintUTs aad Kofcs MIksch, Warv S
Mikscii. Anas K. and Wn. J. Kitsch defers
dant. I suaU oSer for sale at public vendue for
cash in ind at the east door of the court-honse
in Bed Clond in said cornirv, (that beixurthe
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hoIden)OB the I3th dayof An-ra-t JS83 at 2 oclocft
K SL. the following described propertv, to-wit-Lot
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Red Cloud, Webster County,
Cast your eyes o?er the hri ex-
of eouatry ealled the trailed
Statos Mi Wholu tie biggest taiag
im the way of enterprise jet en deek.
What do you see? The greatest
place ia tie world to spread. Aa
oaxly settlers ia Nebraska lived ea her
bread prairies for 30 years. The
range of vision was so vast, and the
prairie? so immense that after he had
been here five yeara his ej es stuck
oat like the glass of a bull's eye lan
tern, and before he died he had so
stretched his eves bj locking that
when he slept his mouth few open to
furnish tbe skin to shut his eyes,
Here, in this land lives and flourishes
the biggest boasters and braggers
otjjhe world. An Englishman riding
within American in Kentucky, was
boasting of the fleet footed horses in
J the old country, you know, when the
American said '-I'll show you a little
trotting myself whereupon he touch
ed his roadster with his line and away
he flew. Faster and still faster they
went until the Englishman held to
his seat with oae h and and to his hat
with with other. Aad still the speed
increased. "What grave yards are
we Boating?" exrliimad the foreigner.
Graveyard," answered the Ameri
cas, "why, man, these are mile stones!'
The same Englishman was at anoth
er time boasting of the large cannon
made in England, when he was supris
ed to here the American tell of a can
non made in Philadelphia so large
that the ball was pulled into it by a
yoke of oxen. "How do they et the
oxen out. then?" inquired tne Eng
lishman, supposing he hai cornerd
the Yankee. "Drive 'em up through
the touch-hole, of course," responded
the champion of American big things.
In this great country, which is the
only one that hts a genuine Fourth
of Jaly, we have the biggest cros of
wheat and eon, of hags and cattle,
hare the most gold., the most liars, the
oat atarrying, the meet school.
houses, charches aad whisky in the j
wide, wide world.
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among a crowd of foreign travelers in
a London hotel, listened to their mar
velous tales of aire attire aad hair
OTeadth escapes until they hai ex
hausted themselves with there yarns,
when he began a tale as follows:
"Well gent lemen, when I was cross
ing plains of the United States in '49
in a company of tea, we camped one
evening by a small stream. We had
i noticed sinns of Indians all day. It
was my turn to watch that night.
About midnight, when all were asleep
I heard suspicious sounds, and tnrn-
ing saw the faces of Indians peering
through the bushes. They gave one
wild, unearthly yeil and fell apon my
sleeping companions. I rushed for
the prairie, pursued by the remainder
of the Indians, and just as I jeached 1
the open country one cf them threw
tomahawk and hit me squarely in the
I head killing me instantly!" He was
thereupon acknowledged the champion
liar, and so suffered the reputation of
the country to be lowered. This
1 country has the biggest and strongest
stomach of any nation known to his-
When the Goths and Hans trctrrun
Borne, sh went down unable to stand
. When the 5 4x0ns we'n over to Brit
on to help th c Scots a4 Piets, Brit
on heeame s-rnwa VThm the
decendant'j 0f Abraham west dcw
intoEgy p they became so" numerous
o.u P- ir3a1 C(jt scared and turned
t 'em V
joee. Bt we swallow mere than
Neb, Friday, July 12,
a Bullion every year eoming from the
stinking parts of Earope. and though
we same times gag a little aad get
iixxj, still we arc assimilating the
vast mass right along.
So the more I think of tbe great
ness of oar eoantry in extent, in en
terprise, ia accomplish! facts and in
prospect, the store I am inclined to
ay "It's a big thing."
Did you ever think that people
talk about you as you do about them?
The next time you stab a person by
means of malicious word?, remember
you will be punished for your offence,
and that you will be punished in the
same disreputable way that you pun
ished him for then are plenty of mean
people to talk about each other. As
you sow you shall reap. Ex
Any man who harbors malice is
liable to commit 'murder. A man
who hates another a long time is sure
to get into a
or later, and when the fight finally
comes to pass their is likely to be
mischief done. Men wait for years
fr the first blow, and the first blow
is liable to be with a deadly instru
ment Don't waste yonr energy in
hating people; each a course will
aaake job wretched, aad finally get
yva into troable. Atchison Globe.
A boy being requested to write a
composition on a school mans, wrte
the following: A school ma'am is a
verb because she denotes action wten
you throw paper wads at the girls.
Switch is a conjunction and i used to
connect the verb ma'am to the noun
boy. This is a compound sentence of
which boy is the subject atd sritch
the object. First person, plural num
ber bad case. A school ma'em wears
her hair all banged on her forehead.
She puts paint on her face and has
some big feller to come and take her
Lome. Ma says a school ma'am never
gets to be older than eighteen until
she gets aunied. It takes two school
all day to cook dinner. Ex.
"This thing of certain newspapers
continually digging at a fellow after
he has been elected or appointed to
ftee aint right Whea a man is a
candidate for an oSce the newspapers
have a right toach him up a little, but
after he gets there they ought to let
him alone and give him a chance foi
his white alley until he does some
thing in his oflicial capacity to be
roasted for. When I first got i nto
office they pitched into me pretty
hard, but I went about and did my
buisness on the square and paid no
attention to these alleged newspapers,
and they soon quit trying to bother 1
me. The province of a newspaper is
to print the news, and not to deal in
personalities and dirty flings at a
man's private character" State Jour
fincklia Arnica Saivc.
The best sai"ve in the world for cuts,
bruises, eores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns; and all ekin eruptions, and
positively cures, or no pay reauired.
it is guaranteed to ffive perfect satis
faction, or maney refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Henry
Kotice is hereby given that I ill
examine all persons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers of the imblic schools of this
county at Bed Cloud, on the third
Saturday of each month.
Eva. J. Kiss.
What have you to offer Tor a good
cW and calf, a Buckeye mower, (good
as new) and a Steele rats. Address
W. care Chief.
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Albany. K.Y, J. A. TTJLLEY.
Kotot. V. 8BIBKT, Troawcror.
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FARM LOAN GO.,
PAID UP aiII2jL,$Q0,000.
Red Cloud, Neb. Albany. New York.
H. Clarke, Albany. New Tors Geo B. Beach, BalstonSpa N.T-
W. H. Kobeson. Albar.v, ". Y. E- 5. Francis, Pittafield. tf as
R.V.Shirey D.M.Piatt E.'K. Hiebland. J. A. Tullevs -M.B.McXit
On improved farms in iebri'-.Ka &uxl Krs-aA. '-loner furnished as soon s the
security ia approved. Pnncpal ana interest payable in Bed Clouii
At less than cost. I have a few that it wiD pay yon te
examine. Best quality of Paints, Oils, Drugs, etc. Ma
chine Oils, the best at the lowest prices.
C. L. COTTESG, Druggist.
B. T.Sattftir, Pres. Hzwry CLAKZ,Vice-Pres - Jso. B. SarrmiT, Caeaiof
Howabd B. Cathsr, Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BAnK
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Transact a general banking business, bay and sell county warrants. - -
county, precinct and sehool district bonds. Buy and sell foreign exchan .
Jas. McXenv. J. A. Tulle vs.
John B. Shirey.
Paints, Oils, Varnish, Stationery,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska,
Mvm W$ wli
Just received a fine and complete line of
Ladies' Summei Goods, Lace and Swiss
Embroidery, Flouncings, Hamburgs
Laces, Jerseys, Challies, Iwhs,.
Sateens the latest styles. Shirtings ginghams, dress trim
mings, hosiery aud gloves. Goods sold at the low
est figures, .
F. V. TAYLOR, .
KEEPS TEX FETESTLIXE OF
In the city at pnces thatall can afford to bu.v;
- if in want of anytb i ig in his line.
Opposite First Jfaiioaal Bact. Ee? CloccL
'. Lindsey. R. T. Shirey.
E. F. Highland.
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