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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1889)
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Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, July 19, 1889.
Hacker & Parker,
BED CLOUD, NEB.
New Billiard HaU!
P. L. Jeffers, Proprietor,
Fist tablse. i onabljea ntw,tce treatmeat, is oati
i and b as.
ftlE CH'YfilVERY STABLE.
McAvoy & Farrel, Props.
Tf ep Fine Rigs and Good Teams
At Reasonable Pnces,
Commercial men anfi othe rs rill.r.l this the best livery ft&ble ic tlhe city. First
v" door tst ef Holland Hooe.
RED GLOUD, NEB
CHEAP FOR CASH
Dry Goods, Groceries, Milliiiery,
&c, is again befove the public with a large and choice line
of goods, and is telling close for caeh.
Latest Styles .in Millinery always onharad.
THE TRALERS LUMBER CO.
Lower than any "yard in the world
SAVED BY HER MOT.i.R.
ft IftaaUhy .Matrlmoalal AetTrnf ter Nu
4y Marries Hla Own UMsktcr.
"It happened about eighteen or
twoaty year ago right boro in this
eity. A certain man, whose tname you
thatk of whenever you read about sew-lap-machines,
because he was one of
(he first and most generally '.known in
vontors of that useful implement, paid
very little attention to the laws of this
country bearing on
Hew street man.
- "Never mind what his -name was;
fou ought to know whe-I an talking
bout, for his matrimonial vagaries
attracted even more -attention to him
than did his valuable .Inventions in
Connection with the sewing-machine.
I When he died, hi 1876, he left nine
recognized widaws, -and mo one knows
hew many' children, -for some of his
widows' did net snake -sufficient of a
fight f or a share f hk testate which,
by the way, amewatedreo thirteen arils
Ion dollars te reveal cheir ideality.
Well, as I started eiefi you, this eld
fellow was the father of somanychU
4rea by hie half secereof 'wives' tint
fee dtda't knew aaere than one in every
tern of kls oflsating.wkan heeaw themv
Be had te be iaaredacea to t aemv
In order the mere ruootwefully to
fcembuff these deluded-wosaem to whom
he oaetalaed the rslaUea Of kbieeadhe 1
gave a different oamote oodl of theaw
oad he used imaoy namtBe that I
guess he forget seme of oheoa.. Be woo
always a great admimtaf pr )tty girio,
and would spend a small frtuao ta
win the favor ef any : handier Be female
at whom he became enamoicd. One
of the employes in the salesropm of his
sewing machine company told; him on
day of an extremely pretty jrirl, who
was playing in an amateur tlramatio
society over in Brooklyn. Sb was 80
pretty that all Uic young folio ws were
talKin about her.
penses with a belt, anil curves out
slightly an inch or two below the waist
line, showing the graceful tapering of
(he figure, while the drapery gives
stvlish fulness about the hips. Coat
sleeves prevail in thick fabrics, but are
fuller at the top and have elaborate
cuffs. Collars are very high at the
kefir, but the front is susceptible of
great variety, sometimes having a
short vest collar, which may be
straight, or pointed downward to show
the throat, or else the fronts may omit
any collar just below the throat, and
the vest be merely cut high, with
rounded corners lapping in a very
aretty way. There aro a great many
turned-down collars of velvet or the
ether fabric used for trimming tha
dress, but these are as high in the
back as standing collars, and in many
eases are sewed to standing bands,
CLARKE Prealdent. Albany. N.Y., J. .A. TULLET,
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FARM LOAM CO.
PAID UP CAPI1AL,$50,00Q.
Red Cloud, Neb. Albany, New York.
H. Clarke. Albany. New Tori: Geo K. Beacd, wgP;
W. H. Robeson, Albany, N. Y. E. S. Francis, 1 kujim
B.V. Shiny D.M.PIett E. V, Hiehlsnd. J.A. TuUeys M.
MONEY LCANED. ...
On improved larms in KebrnMca a:d K hwoh. Monev furnished, as j,.
security is ayproyea. xriii'!it """ -' itiiouu
THE FARMER HOMs.
m m mmw a
-! it ever so humble there Is ae
lace like bome ! a seatimeat that
wiUbeld goat as Wag as the world
Tfee eeaalii peasaat ia ever-
aaaatries where the lordly
rich holddomiasertng sway aver the
ia bis thy bat
aliajttemets to as
ranwundiags aad eoadb
arecrnshei, r nipaedbji the bad.
o, mere Ckety, aa bod is -ever allowed
ee-fena. So H aays are Kat in aa
mending Teued of wretchedness, yet
bisliumVIe est 3 hi heme. All his
jBteasmrac. :howeer 'meagtr, center
1 Aero with his iaaiily around him.
-But wsth the Jarmers of the United
Statoa.btw different the conditions! The
iormorl 'ot U dependence, .and thclat
ter's ie Independence. Sa it would
.seem thtt the American farmers should
i nntn timmt T t- li . ..... l.m. 1 --A
TT- ,- ., l 1 1- "-l . A. f "" l .UiUIUI U1ULI' litIM JiUiilC ilUl
"uuio.iiuiugCr,uowiiOTuei what a home ba:i ,
fifty-two yeaw of age, found o ut when .Jlomo? . w lllca that a homo
she vas to mr-ke her next appc sarance, 7oc a lacu wllick f;irmei. c.m .
and secured front seats tor tfco per- herc Ms cllildn;a .u aroJulfd
.uriuumx-. w iuii .iueio F iu 3lim lo s of dLs;I.lJtioru The l)U;jd
9n9 liti i fi'i tf h OM-k rriHi hninvta t .
j ,u lu,o .uiu uiu. ., , j, should bo kept in ood reuair. The
days mamiired to secure an in troduc-
tioa to her. Then he offered h br dia
monds, dresses, uniehed house,
WALL PAPER RENIN tHlS.
At lew than cost. Ilutve afew that it wrfu pty Joa U
examine. Beat quality of Painta, O flBi Dmg n
chine Oili, the beat at the loweitpr j
C. L. COTTING , Druggist
R. V.Sbimet, Pres. Hbt CLAKB,viee- &,., Jko k SniMMtt Casaier
Howard B. Catm, A ggatoat Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BAnK;
Red Gioini, I Nebraska.
UIVIJS chrilllH Vir.L-..,il In r,.,1 .,....,;..
r t, .. j. u .. ic;ian.
W W I mn tdl ijliitttll It. n.,kiU, f ...,..1 . .1 A
j J. r-uwjitiu uu UIU-'U 1UUCUUUIIU lUllUU-
ed. .Shado and fruit trees should be
cctoutin abundance around tho dwell
img. There should also be a nice gar-
horses and carriages, and. in f act, ail j with VCffctnbies fruit3 and beprfes
.those things which a- richpersun can
(procure, and almost all women yearn
for, if she would marry Slim. Her
meetings with the ancient -fwainj were
held in secret and without her mother's
knowledge. She used aa assumed
Bamo when she appeared oc the ama
tear stage, although moro-th&n half
the persons in the audience jkdew her
by the name she was addrestcA by in
the vicinity of her residence.
Ihe girl listened with boi ears te)
whet tho old nisi: said, aC aaHy
a&ked him to call xX her home to ce
Coive his answer, lie went thorp, sir,
OB the appointed evcaing. It was
a chcaoly-furnished and small iVouso
In a xcrther poor neighborhooii. Tho
Oddfellow hadn't beea irrthehouscVive
minuses bcioro dm Jermer 'iwfc, thp
where tc iras.
into tH rtom
l'710-MIT ATIEXTIOK GIVEN TO
other, (uid then the cid olwi had?, a
txAiu-raisqusrX SlhcuroAdd ztomistaltet
is their stason. so that the pork barrel
will .only have to be visited at inter
vals "Jew and far betwecn.',, The
thildron should have a good district
sehool education and a winter or two
at the .academy if it can be afforded.
What stock is raised should be
of .good .blood, so that the beys
wall be interested and encour
aged. Improved machinery ought to
be used so that largo results may be
retained with an expeadituro of but
4ttle muscle. With the reaper, horse
jurtt, vuuey piow una otner riding ma
chinery, thelarm and farming have no
terror to an ordinary enerjjetic boy.
There should be a work-stop whore
leisure hours- aud rainy days .may be
spent. A few necessary tools h.3uld
be there, the more tho better; then
when a rainy day conies, the bovs wilf
bo there, hard at work raalcing or re
pairing soinotlilii' that will please the
Transact a gencraloJn'ivingDusince, Day and sell county
county, precinct aad school district bonds. Buy and sell foreign
Jas. MoXeny. J. A.TulIeys, G. W. Limlscy. R. V Shirev.
John K. Shi.rey. E. F. Highland.
Heary Clarke, A. J. Kcnnoy.
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Ho. had Dot-ov-ea hiarishtaaiaeto tts I yi 'J. wqr will, soon
.1 '1 . .-.-. . . .j. I " M IC.i Ul 11IO 11A Of
wotuan wlien Ire rtiiwidajl har, aat'0iv
did -not icsovr Ch'xi he wus the- veaddn
and wldelyrkncnfa im,enMtB.ft
"Wht w tire uiicf th afflair?"
"Well, the ottl-BKin iade aaaad- '
in tu'o use of tnnta.
thereby saviu goad-'murbills. Aad
aa reardi th hoHso. the homo spe
fh'at it Is supplied with roodiog matter
SuitaMo to the airagnf th nwcjimnn
Paints, Oils, Varnish, Stationery,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska, - .
Lh.'vmr ;i a?s.
Collections, Taxes Paid, &c.
W- Office with the County Judge, Moon
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
a nm wwa- eMi -. .. r . . IT."
-oome yearly aUavranca- to the mother. 4 rTf ""T. Z" n OI KiL'
oentthc irfii to VMoaaainscchoal. ati
TrtM rMwirr Trmislafc
'Ccarved ia redif .
Ercrr 1iiU mad mialt ereatly OeaaStted.
Oreai isdmesiEts to Cotrepodica OlaHM.
Pr;M!tas, frith oyiaiani of Ir. Wm. A.IIbSI
tvrolt- . I' If inbsvd V
. W. W.JUtor.JuAze fithssa. JadakP.
foair! JrolafThirtpOB,thrTt Pyclir-
. JfJ.Al1Kl.r,.WWUlsw fcuw .wwivit
nicsBra menq Mv". ."5
edilarof tba CAruttan
Notice Is hereby given that iiiulf r and by vir
tue of an onlfr of sale isueI out ( the district
citirt of the 8th Judicial district in and for Vttb
ster Manly, Nebraska. un a decree in an ac
tion pendins in said court uliercin Howell Bros,
pre i!aintllT'.s and Kufns Miksch, Marv S.
Miksch. Anos It. aud Win. J. Miksch arc defen
dant I shall offer for sale at public vendue for
ca.sU in hand nt the cast door of the court-house
In lied Cloud in said couutr. (.that beinxthc
place tihcre the last term of said court was
liolt!on)oa th mill day of Aupistissiataoelock
P.M.. the foiloinK desoi!blf.roi.-nr, to-wit:
It.s T aud S. Mock 1 in Lutz's aililitfou to tlie
town (now city) rf Hod Ckmd, V. ebster Couiitv.
Civcii under nv I:and fliis 9ih day oJulr,
!!. H.C. fc'corr. .Sheriff.'
Cic fc McNftiy, l".-.rnticrafnr!itv. yc. w.
hon he died ho itSll the asujfitor 1l
arar.JeU fo marry. haU a z&ft&qa dclr
L?rs. Strajg-stopy, isa4 it? DttJ it
atfao ono, utA rot5 of. tho -olcfitLmera'
who read it will ramsnAer- the aaaa.
Wbdt's his njipie? 1W1; auH hi
HQmmcrs tbat'scloBughU. k
Features oflaw Gowsa
-Rat fronts la altats from belt to
foot, or olse kag drapoiue3 that neatly
corer the lower skirt, ace-seen on tho
new dresses. The gfcloUy Empire
style forbids mueh fulness in the front
of tho skirt, 1ut It i" found Jboregea
ersily becoming to cafch ujp tho frorfE
breadths sighly on eac side just be
low tbo waist, and to father thbvtfqnt
breadths to the belt. When eearate
irjageiv is preferred ft is very Ionian
deed, anu iii usually hooked up aboye
the edge af the coreajje, 8ometinio3
only in the back, giving ariteesse
effect, and eomctimea all around tho
bipa,' !l:e letter pica oftaceals thovhole
edge of tho corsage, aad ffvai e
escort vooud wafet, afcfcfr aor dja.
j lowiejrr.i-kina, howeTer; jve ti&m
ciwranv npwspapers, magazine etc.
If Le" httYo r. desire for music -et on
organ, oc 'pir.no K- can be TifFbrdeu.
What Continual fo:ist aid po.irer tor
good & a musical lasirunie'nt ui a
iaxaiy. wh?e all cantr aroad'lu
iog,pcaicd to tho jSTvsa Giver.
boy thot is brbngit up uader suh
Salaonces can be trusted, and,, at the
pMfer agp, it would be wfl to gira
Siza a nioe carriage, harness aiid
horse, Whicli he has- aa'nrind nitav
MS -. - . i
UD203 oxer, -sua wheat be drives. oat
and oiretflates with companions, who,
iflthout doubt, will b of the fmg
tamp as himgelf, evoa then ho will
0 heme with pleasure because, he was
pearea ia a picasant hornje, and whea
In leaves it to .fight Ufo!s bVttJeall
Jrill be a leave-taking of proto'und sar
row. Cor. 'JiuratNcw Yorker.
-The hot w.ator cure is hnjbij
spoken of. A yonng man of oar ac7.
gaainjtasco was cempletely cured o'f
a& attachment lor a youhir lady by
Ohe hjettiofu!, which. tls alS maji 1"
feia have. Costam Commercial" Bul-
Just received a fine and complete line of
Ladies' Summei Goods, Lace and Swiss
Embroidery, Flouncings, Hamburgs,
Laces, Jerseys, Challies, Lawns,
Sateens the latest styles. Shirtings ginghams, dress trim
ming3, hosiery and gloves, Goods sold at the low
F. V. TAYLOR
I . .
KEEPS THE FINEST IaNE OF
In the city at prices that all can afford to buy
if in want of anytb , ig in his line
Opposite First National Bank, Red Cloud.
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