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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1889)
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To help cany off those rent- bargains that have been coming for the past ten days of American and foreign production, all the k
DEY GOODS, DRESS GOODS AND THIMB1INGS TO MATcH.
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Flannels. Bankets, Comforts, Underwear and Black Hosiery warranted not to fade. An elegant stock of shawls and woolen w nib.
LADIES' SHOES in all grades and sizes. A good shoo for 1.50. Men's and Boy s Boots & Shoes.
ir -w, ,n-..'. n i fo.'- or flip O A! Henderson Keel School house shoe. The Little lied School house she is now si: years old and last year was worn by Lwo himV 1 T: i
We .iko W .a he sion. o, t.ic ''dchMimi. Call alld Peeiis aud wc wiil do you Good. Best goods and lowest prices guaranteed
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RsDubli&ii County Ticket.
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CIIAS. A. TKKl..
Fr SuperJuti'i u -:it c f .'ehool-.
MISS i:. J. K1NC,
V. K. TIIolSNK.
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The ebt.tion vr;C
crier j, t t'ir.' dat.
t ifc' rilacc Xov
thc Ijlting out-
fit led uiy Sicicns and
receive a Waterloo.
If we had ever defrauded our broth
er out oi' a f.rm. we might had the
proper repcipitc to run u prohibition
-hoodie paper. Plumb, did you not
J. 1. Ilt'neyeutt iu his last week's
issue comes out flat-footed in favor
of the republican ticket. The Herald
19 an independent paper, hut his judg
ment iu the luaUrr of politics is ex
cellent. We congratulate him on his
The bolters and democrats are do
ing their utmost t cause a break in
the republican ranks so that the dem
ocratic candidate for treasurer will
stand a show of being elected. While
wc consider that the republicans have
an easy victory it would be well to
ktcp a igilant watch and see that
ctcv rtp'ibi;. an votes a straight tick
et, ficirge Hummel is as competent
for the office of treanurer as is his op
ponent and he w.-.? honestly and fairly
nominated at the county convention
and it is the duty of every republican
in the county to ntand by him and
so that Lc la oiccted. Cowles Her
at. Mr. Plumb, of the Hlmet. a paper
that has failed to mako a living under
any of it management mnceit was
started, takes occasion to say that the
First Nitional Bunk has "a chattle
mortgage on us. Of course that is a
1h as there is n" imch a document on
record against us, but then it is in
line with Plumb's recent sell out for
beoJle to the big 8. He has goto
orr to the irorst outfit in the county
and having violated his conscience
(if he ever had any) in selling out for
beodL and then hing about it has to
aid another lie on top of it by saying
tt-t: c b n'. had as moncaged. We
did have fonio icnpect for Plumb at
one time, but a man who will fail and
beat t ho ppople nut of money to the
tTT ni' .rvo'.il hundred dollars with
ocr r.:a at ion lWfc much of a man,
ad : for u we don't know hut what
i voui i ue .-cay; to give a mortgage
tkan to receive ioods without
equivalent. You must feel
ser 1'iiiuii. t-o t'i-nk thut vu ;
ari.o , , -.. cheap, .lust think
ana tnen to he about
ta:r . -.a t l'giu'- to injury ,
Ops- no-i 'iiportant thing for voters
to renumber is that Hnmmeil if elected
wJu no . '.wrh a i-tms of interest on countv
saci. jv. Iw ouf uhs any Insurance that if
Kc t i u.'T is 3Uo;n, be will not pocket
a I'm-;, revenue from interest on the peo
ple 'nonej than they nefU to pav for
aP th'iiv-rrkof thii oflico. Thut idea of
taV-nsf thartlushfnnd oat of county poli
tiE? Jia1? ranny warm friend and adherents
in both parties, and the man who will
intent himself with the salary which he I
MfthfaUv and honeatls earns is the f
niu for i hp farmers. Time are not flnh
eswih o tlio tax payers can afford to pay
inr. tnree r ionr iimra wnK ne
; tik von -BlneHIH TMncsWrnnner
I TiarU!i:a u aggoner nas Dcen very
- ! seriously but is convalescing.
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Our tow minister, liev. 1' olden,
failed to appear last Sabbath.
?lr. V'u llichardson who lost his
.tly. will take his family, ox-
ce;t the baby,
to Iowa in the JM-ir
Mrs. C. II. Smith has taken
the uauj to raise.
The ?i'hool house ia the AVaggoncr
'li.-tne. U progrtissinir finely. Mr.
MclV.mcv and 3Ir. "White are doing
llw. Silerh:s rented Win. Richard
f on"? pi tt- for one year.
W. S. B.
liiavu.t. is prosperous.
Several new arrivals
of late, and
among them is a brother-in-law and
family f Mr. Saw3er, who will go
into h;:siness with Mr. S. Also a new
arrival of small dimensions at J.
iJroonifield's, which will claim board
and lodging for some time to come.
and another fortune has fallen to L.
C. Olmstead in the shape of another
daughter and he sees in the far away
future he will have no need for hired
E. A. VanDyke is occupying his
new house on prospect hill overlook
ing the town.
Mrs. J. V. Turkington of Hebron
made a short visit to aer parents, G.
Mrs. Luce and Mrs. Hunter are en
joying a visit from a sister from Wi3
conseii. Lector Kounty is giving good sat
isfaction in teaching here but we
hear an under current among the
children that "he is pretty strict"
but- the parents say well done.
Wiliie, the littls son of Wm. Trons
is slowly recovering from a long siege
Charley Barber and little eon of
Alinena Kan. were calling on old
friends and neighbors here.
"V. II. Persoii has been spending a
week o- so iu Kanras visiting friends.
C. K. Hicks is erecting a new
house, barn and wind mill on his farm
tour miles east of here.
Alexander Davis is going to erect
a new wind mill.
Last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Wheeler of Champion, Chase county
Nebraska, arrived here. Mr. W. is do
ing the carpenter work on Mr. Hick's
H. D. Kellogne, living north of
town, has traded his farm for a stock
of general merchandise in Swanton,
Neb. He advertises his stock for
sale the 25th, after which he will re
move to h;s future home.
W. C. Wicks is adding more store
room tn the building ocoupiid by
The G. A. R. camp-fire was not al
together a success, a great many were
disappointed at not seeing the usual
army fare of pork and beans. Quite
a number from Red Cloud were here
and added in making interesting
speeches. We hope they will all
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Latta are contem
plating a trip to California for the benelit
of Mrs. L's health.
D-xvid Orr has moved three miles north
A. c. Teal started last Tuesday for his
home in Red Willow county after a short
viiit with relatives north of hi.ru.
Rev. McVey pastor of tho cowles circuit
of thoM.h. church has located in Cowles.
Ho occupies the honso recently vacated by
rholyceura will be commenced for the
winter, Friday Oct 23th.
Rev aicVey will preach at the it. E.
chnrchSan3ay, Oct 27th nt 11 A.m.
Krs.J.o. Waller and Mrs.G. W. Haj?r
went to Franklin on Saturday last to at-
lead their sister's weddinr.
waa: a Portnne.
Is a coodbeatthy, pearly 6kln. Far aro a-
vrnre f the
snori iime tt taxes tor a rtuor
Co cause blnti-hos nn tlm faisn
and a dhrk greasy skin, tine bottln ot REG(53'
lilAUm fUUIFIKK and IU.OOU M MKKli will
rostorj t.'iL organ to its natural Hnd healthy
ntr.to. anil oJainseths bio d ..' :ili iiinirt
Ml is mt:i.ir wtih wonder ;' ,jw Vo
tWa- -ft-- -girJ,
If you have not it will pay you to cali and see
the immense bargains- he has there.
All the novelties that the eye could wish such as tinware.
glassware, inks, paper, pencils, lamps, and in fact
everything imaginable Come and see him.
Gufftore & Honeyoutt
Over City Drug Store, - Red Cloud.
Insiiraius written in the best companies, On
one. Call and bee as 1'efoio making a Loan.
Tbe Electric Light.
We have several times mentioned
the fact and do so again, that the
city ought to own its own electric
light plant. We believe that it
could be put in for six or eight thous
and dollars, and how long would it
take to pay for it at the rate they are
paying for lighting the streets now,
orsides the city could light its streets
much better being able to place lights
on every street for the same expense
that it costs now for sixteen arc
lights. It is certainly a matter of
much moment to the tax pavers.
The citj mast be lighted and the
cheapest way and best light is what is
wanted. The plant could be run with
the same amount of coal as it takes to
run the vater works. The council
should look into the matter at least.
A New Seal.
Thirty days hath September, April,
Jnne, and November, all the rest have
31 excepting August, and we find by
investigating the city records that
bimocs makes it .-to.
All that the big 8 care for Plumb is o
nse him to do dirty work until after elec-t
tion, and then they will drop him like they
did Grant Lndlow when he ran the Helmet.
Fas8lcr, and tne biz 8;bolters are making all
klixW of promises to tho people In order to se
cure votes. The result will be, if Fussier Is
elected, that the money of the county will ro in
to the possession of Usurer McKeeby and his
guns, who will use it toloan to por farmers at
exeensivo rites of Interest. McKeeby in his
wild chase lor the county runes, li woncimrior
his iianic, the farmers c Merciianis, uiroiiL'n
which he expects to Re t hold of tlia eounty
funds Mekeeby's mcord in the Aiiifiist I'ier--toil
aud lleurv Teajnie cases is enough to damn
him eternally with people who liaiethe
This rrv of the big 8 rinjr of "no other bank in
the lilit" Is baxclv untrue. The K Si m. ban is
making a deatli strule fortUe funds of tho
comity, and hope to elect Facial Jnt for that
purpose. The .acts are that the entire outfit of
bolter. belonj: to the F. & 31. bank. They could
r.o name tic republican nominee, hence tlty
went into the democratic party and nr.med him.
, A Cioot! Consh Syrnp.
There t eotliiu- parents should be so rarftil
about ;s .selecting a cotiii .sjnip. Ue.su.s'
'herryCoii!:lipri:p costs no more tuan me
chi-ep and inferior nostrums tiirown on the
market, t lie best i nue to j:ood. be sure and
CctBKfJfJbTlIEltUY rOF'SJl yUUI. We
Keep it on hand at all tunes. C. L, Cottius,
NOW FOR : USINSSS.
There is but ene place to buy hard
ware in town, as every sensible man
3aves money when he hi a chacce,
and I will guarantee to save yeu mon
ey en anything in the Hardware,
Stoves or Tinware iine. Remember D.
ft. Heard, Perkins' old stand. A
niuet' at tinware siren awar wiwi
' evtry purchase of 1 r over.
Farm Loans we can gie lietter terms than any
Dr. Jaque's German worm cakes
destroy worms and lemove-t titeiu frvm tlies)s
tern . Kite pleasant antt eiferti ve.
Good mothers use Dr. Winchell's
teething syrup for children with colds, sore
throats, aud to regulate the bowls.
Uncle Sam's nerve and bono lini
ment will rellev, t prains. bruises, neuralgia and
rheumatism, 1. L. Field, "o. S3 Fast Ma
Dr. Jackue 's condition powders
the best fr horses, eatt'e, t-os ana poidtry.
Get the boBfc. Hilorts daylight
liver pills, for sour otoniacli, to:pid liver aud
Cure your cougns and colds with
Eilerts tar and wild cherry. All druQ;isti keep
t. Large bottles fifty ceutaand one dollar.
HaDDyHome blood purifier Is
the people's popular medicine for purifyinjc tho
kloeu and malarial diseases etc. Large bottles
olty cents ana one couar.
City Republican Caaca
The republican voters of the 1st and 2nd
wards are requested to meet in joint cau
cus at the court honse on Wednesday eve
ning Oct 30th nt 7.30 pm for the purpose
of nominating an asseaoor and one super
viser aad two justices for each ward and
any other business that may be necessery.
M. B. McNrrr.
J. A. TUIXBTR.
Committeeman 1st and 2nd ward.
ing opportunity now offered
to secure your
and other school supplies
while the stock is
you that tin 13 the time to
select from the finest line
line of sclool tablets
in the city-
C. L. COTTING.
j Druggist an Bookseller.
BSaatP1 a?itfa nffinrffi Va3fr- a rfiL
Lower than any
F. V. TA
In the city at prices
if in want of anytbi o in his line.
Opposita First National Bank, Red Clond.
K. V.Shiue, Pres. Henrt CLARKE.Vice-rres. .7 so. 11. Siiihhv, Cashier)
HOWARD U. UATHER, As&ibtani Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BAN!
transact a general banking business, buy aad sell county warrants, al
county, precinct and school district bond. Tuv and sell iorMru exc'han"&
Jas. BIcNeny. J. A. Tulleys,
John JK. ahirey.
Hacker & Parker,
- RED CLOUD, NEB.
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
L. H. FORT, Haaager.
Furnished to all Lands in Webster County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOTICE.
l9JJMtrncorilsund oneoftheaost complete set of At
atra4beokslatkeaUte.weguaraQteesaUsfactlon. Yoar faTors sfllcited
AU orders tiled pronprJy. lo.ow dollar bond ttled
aad approved. Address or call on
J. C. WARNER.
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Have lands of all kinds to sell or trade for etoefc or mortgage notes.
property to sell or trade.
Farm Loans made quick and easy
Office ovei McFarland's store.
New Billiad Hall I
P. L. Jeffers, Proprietor,
Fino tables, reasonable rates, nice treatnu...,
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Red Cloud, Nob
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FINEST L'XE OV
that al! can afford
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W. Lindsev. II. V. Shirey.
E. F. Highland.
L. H. FORT Manager, Red Cloud, Neb.
- reditu. Come atu aoo at.
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