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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1889)
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Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, October 4, 1889.
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Grand Fall Opening.
We now have all of our fall oods in and
ready to show you and invite your inspection.
Largest and finest stock of Dry
Goods and cloaks.
We have ever shown which we will take pleas
ure in showing you, whether you wish to
buy or not We will cali youi attention
' to our large stock oi.
In which we have taken special pains to get onlj the newest shade. and
styles You know that oar prices :ire so far below what others ask for
the same goods that v.c will not mention tfccm here In cloaks oar stock
is simply immense and everyone asks what arc yoa going to do with
them all, you Lave Liiojgli J-aki to supply every lady in lted Cloud
Our reply is that we arc sing to supply not only every lady in Red
Cloud, but the whole valley.
Our Cloak Room Is
from the rest oQhc store, with plenty f room, fljcr carpeted, cic. You
can take all the time you wish to select or think it over Chairs, etc free
and you will not be bothered with other goods being strewn around We
have over SIXTY PLUSH SACQUBS, JACKETS, EW MARKETS
:md MODJESivAS, alsn hundreds of Cloth Cloaks of all descriptions ia
Children's Misses' and Ladies all new j-tyles and MARKED at PRICES
THAT WILL SELL THEM 'JUT FAST
We also wish to call your attention to one grade oi
Which we are selling at 10 cts per yard, as good as yon can get anywhere
else at lfi cents.
We only have 50 piece? and can not get any more at this price so come early
On the'lst of last January wc staitcd in to double the trade of last year or
quit the town, so far we have succeeded and will try awful hard to keep it tip
and if hard work, low prices anl good treatment will do it, wc will stay with
you for years, if not wo quit the first- of next January. Come in and see us
We wi'l treat you well and save you money on dry good or cloaks of any kind
RED CLOUD, NEB.
'EXT TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK:
SCriOJl- AND CHURCH.
Ruv. Augustus Tottoa, the only
colored CVuoJie priest in this coun
try, is the pustor of St Joseph's
Church, Quincy. III.
Rev. Walter L. Huffman, of Peru,
fnd., has married over 1,200 couple
and preached 1.800 funeniJ services.
His surpasses the record of any other
clergyman in the State.
Lord Carnarvon is urjjiny that tha
Anglican churches ought to be opek
on'week-days for private worship, anC
tho Archbishop of Canterbury and the
other churchmen agree with him.
Kentucky has six counties Har
lan, Knott, Perry, Letcher, Roll and
Leslie that have never had a church
within their borders during' the sixty
or seventy years of their existenco as
Germany Is doinjr considerable
foreign missionary work now-a-days.
It has eighteen societies nnd supports
522 missionaries, who look after their
210,000 converts. Last year tho total
receipts In money wcro over $700,000.
A rector writes to tho Guardian
that s "celibate order among tho
clcrgyis one of the imperative necessi
ties of the time," tho reason boinj
the impossibility of supporting a wife
iad family upon the ordinary incomo
of a curate."
The brother who murmured in his
heart against God whilo tho drought
lasted, but did not thank him for thd
Messed rain when it ciuno, la very
much liko the rest of us ready to aa
cribe nil troubles to Providence and oM
felesBings to chanco. Christian Advotl
Biahop Vladimir, tho new Russian
Bishop of California, Alaska and Aleu
tian Islands, brought to thli country a
full boy choir of forty voices. Tho
now Bishop is transferred to the United
State3 froiv Japan, and his special
wopk will ''e to improve tho now
wretched condition of tho Creoles and
Indians in Alaska.
John Carswoll, a deacon of tho
Scotch National i;hurch at Blooms
bury, Eng., was: recently fined fivo dol
lars in a jjolico court for assaulting tho
vifo of Johnson, a village pnintor
in tho church. The evidence was that
he struck her with the pedestal of thl
offertory box and pushed her so thai
ehe became, ill and had to leavo the
church. Tho assault was tho part of o
row between tho church officials and
the pastor, Rev. J. Maekio.
Philadelphia has a new religious
sect whose title is fearfully nnd won
derfully constructed. It is"ThoEc-clesia-of
Israel; the Cyipz of Worship
ping Congregation of Our Father's
Kingdom on Earth." They havo re
vised tho opening sentences of the
Lord's Prayer so that they read: "Our
Father who art in Heaven, hallowed
be Thy name, Thy hand of power our
soul do fear; Thine car of lovo our
prayers do hear; Thy voico of light
Illumines our feet; unto Thy house our
atop?, we bend, eternity with Thee to
spend; Thv kingdom has come; now
let Thy will bo dono on earth as-it i
According to a London contempo
tovy, among tho offers recently re
ccivod for mission work was one from
"a married man' with a small family
of fourlcan," who was quilo willing to
proceed to China and to leave his fam
ily behind him, for a largo family he
found a "great hindrance to grace."
Probably he is going a little too far to
find grace. If lie would stay homo and
look after hii family perhaps ho would
vecurc moro of the precious article
than by abandoning his family for &
foreign trip. This declaration recalls
the disinterested patriotism of the late
Artemus Warl, who was willing to
facrifico his wife's relations in tho war.
CJtristian at Work.
-A& agricultural papet says1
When flies are bad, wash tbi horsq
all over lightly with a weak tolulion
of carbolic acid." Wo should think
it would bo a better plan to wash the
bod flies all over with a solution of
carbolic &cid. It might tako longer to
catch "em, but it would requiEe lesa
acid. Norrhhtnn Herat d.
Little Slargarct for two or three
nights refused to ray ho. prayers.
One night her papa owed his faco
with his hands aurt sa!d: "it inakca
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pJ)U lU'Cl Lililv IU UiUlli :!,. illl v.oa F j
ay her prayers. "t :-:,a Jeol nck? I
"Yes, dear.' "Fa'j letter takejf
fasseroiL" Iho s;ijct of prayers
was no longer diseased that night.
W. W. GILBERT,
Wishes to notify his friends that
he l;as leaFert tlte
Watson Barn !
Iiwatt'd fast of :l:att &Trws Lumber Yard when
he will kuop
Boarding Horses' Feed Barn !
At reasonable rate, Come one and all.
THE TRAbERS LUMBER CO.
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Lower than any yard in the world
F. V. TAYLOR,
KEEPS THE FINEST LINE OP
In the city at prices that all can afford to buy
if in want of anytb ig in his line.
pposito First National Bank, Red Cloud.
R. "V.Shiuey, l'res. Henuy CLARKE,Vice-Pr. p . .7 no. R. Shibkt, Cathie;
Howard B. Cather, Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Red Claud, Nebraska.
Transact a general honking business, buy and sell county warrants, ali
county, precinct and school district bonds. Buy and sell foreiga exchange
Jas. McNeny. J. A.Tulleys, O. W. Lindsey. R. V. Shirey.
John R.Shirey. E.F.Highland.
Henry Clarke, A. J. Kenny.
Hacker & Parker,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
L. n. FORT, Manager. .
A)siraHs ol Title,
Furniled toaJl Lands in Webster County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOTICE.
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Having had ton years oxriencc in county records and ono of U:e most complete set of A
strsot- looks in the state, ru guarantee s:itigfactioiu Yosr favors solicited ' '" "
All onlcrs filled promptly. 10.009 dollar liond filed '
and approtetl. Address or call on ."''.':
L. II. FORT Manager, Red Gload, Neb. :
New Billiard Hall!
P. L. Jeffers, Propriefor,
RED CLOUD, ...
Fine tables, reasonables rates, nice treatment, is our motto.
Ladies will lintl it to their advantage to examine my stock of niMiaery a4
fancy goods before parchaseinh elsewhere. My goode ate ali
New and First-class.
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