The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, December 06, 1889, Image 4

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Our state senators have made good
use of their time during tae adjourn
ment of congress. They have intro
duced several valuable bills for the
consideration of congress.
Daniel F. Brewer, of Kansas, has
been appointed associate justice of
the supreme court of the United
States, to fill the vacancy caused by
the death of Justice Mathews.
The presidents message to congress
is said to be one of the most state
manlike documents ever issued by
any of our illustrious presidents. It
contained about 20,000 words.
Lloyd Crabill now has full posses
sion of the street railway. We be
lieve that if Mr. Crabill will run the
cars every 30 minutes that he would
build up a good trade. The fare
should be put dawn to a nicklc, and
tbc cars run for the accomodation
of the people as much as possible. If
the cars could be run at stated per
iods so that people could depend on
them the traffic would be much great
er. The Ciiief wants to see Mr.
Crabill succeed and believes ihat if
he will make an effort to accomo
date the traveling public public, that
the public in turn will appreciate it
and help him ont.
Congress has convened and it is to
be hoped that they will do something
to relieve the stringency of the mon
ey markets. The cry comes up frcm
all over the country thac raonoy is
scarce and hard t get hold of. If
congress would put its foot upon
some of the "Lords of creation" who
arc hording millions upon millions of
dollars iu their vaults of ill gotten
gains, it will have done a great good.
Then again these monstrous mono
polies' should be crushed out of
existence as they are the means of
making the poor poorer. What legis
lation there has been made for the
benefit ot thfjfpbor has been made by
the rcpubliWB party, and The Chief
hopof that it will not bo slow in bring
ing about the necessary relief that is
demanded. It is all right for men to
ain riches, but no one man or set of
men should he allowed to fence in the
earth to the great detriment to the
majority.
Mrs. A. G. Titus and 31rs. W. P.
ir,iinrro- received a telegram Monday
Moraine that their father had ditd
at Weisport New lork-, ana nosa
ladies left Monday evening for that
state to be present at the funeral
obsequies. The aged gentleman was
in his 8Sth year.
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All goods arc sold at ilm New York
Store at the lowest cash prices.
Joe Warren has moved hs second
hand store into the Moon block-
Thc water mains are being extended
i on South Seward street one half Mock.
Mayor Holland and (r. W. Lindsey
have gone to the Black Hills for a few
days recreation.
The CniEK is indebted to Senator
Paddock for a number of agricultural
report? .
Mr. Dubois called this week and
gladdened the heart of our reporter
adding his name to the Great Family
Weekly for a few months.
A. If. Brown, our enterprising
marble yard man came in this week
and made us smile with a big round
dollar for the Great Family weekly.
Hacker & P&rker are now whole
sale jobbers in confectionary, etc.
having sold a large amount of such
goods iu the last year. They arc cer
tainly one of our most enterprising
firms.
Those people who have not been in
to look at the immense stock of cloth
ing, at the Golden Eagle will be as
tonished to find such an assortment
and the low prices marked on them
in plain English .
Howard Daggett came in this week
and mide the editor extremely happy
by renewing his subscri ption for an
other year, besides sending a copy of
the Great Family Weekly one year to
friends in Canada. Thanks.
3Ir. E. E. G rcen who has been
uiaaasiug the Y. M. C. A. rooms in
this city has a good offer n Oregon
open to which he expects to accept
soon. 31 r. G. is a worthy young man
and we wish him success. He will
sever his connection with the Y. 31.
C. A. and start for Oregon soon.
Howard Dagsett who was recently
injured on the B. &3I. while coupling
cars was on the streets this week
much improved. He made The
Chief a pleasant call and informed
our reporter that he expected to make
a visit some time soon to his friends
in Canada.
PUBLIC SALE,
.1 ChanrA to - a Hardware Steele
ataBarcala.
On Monday next, December 9th at
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m. 1 shall offer for 6a'c to the
highest bidder for cash, my entire
stock of shelf and heavv hardware.
stoves, tinware, cutlery, farmers tool?,
fixtures, etc. invoicing at Chicago
prices $2,600. Sale will be made,
rain or shine.
D. B. Heard, Agt
For Wm. G. Hibbard.
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Sheriff Scott returned home 3Ionday
from Kearney.
A dog show on Thursday attached
young America .
Jim Sawyer hus taken a position
withG. W. Lindsey.
A fine line of jeans, cassimeres and
flannels at the New York Store.
Overcoats cheaper at Berg & Galu
sha's than any where in the city.
Cotting's window display of dolls
is fine. One doll three, feet high.
Miss Ida Brig", sister of 3Irs. J.
A. Tulleys, is visiting in the city.
G. W. Lindsey will soon start a
branch packing house in the Black
Hills. George is a rustler.
3Irs. 31. A. Williams, mother of
Vin Williams, has returned to White
Heath, Fiatt county, Illinois.
C. L. Cotting will have a grand
opening of Holiday gouds Saturday,
December 7. All are welcome.
Cotting will guarantee to sell you
albums and family bibles cheaper than
any peddler dares to, and better
goods.
I can save you big money on furni
ture and carpets. 100 different pat
terns of carpels cut without waste at
F. V. Taylor's.
Remember we sell a melton over
coat for $10.00 that other people ask
$20.00 for.
BERO & GALV8IIA.
3Irs. D. C. 3Iycrs, who has been
very sick for the past sixty days, has
again taken up her school duties at
the kindergarten. We are glad to re
port her complete reeovcry.
For useful holiday presents go to
Young's C. O. D. Emporium. Silk
Handkerchiefs from 15c to 50c
Sec our great bargians in silk muf
flers for 50c: Also mens' suspenders
for 13c and- ISc worth double. Bed
comforts reduced to 45c. We are
making lowest prices on dress goods
and would be glad to show yon our
bargains. Xcw goods arriving every
few days.
Youno's C. (X D. Emporium.
Dr. Jaque 8 German worm cakes
destroy worms and removes them from thejsjs
tern. Safe pleasant an- effective.
Good mothers use Dr. Winchell's
teething syrup for children with colds, sofe
throats, and to regulate the bowls.
Uncle Sam's nerve and bone lini
ment will relieVf nrains. bruises, neuralgia and
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L. Field, No. 53 East Ma-
Dr. Jackue's condition powders
the best for horses, cattle, nogs and poultry.
Get the best. Ellerts daylight
liver pills, for sour stomach, torpid liver and
indigestion,
Cure your cougns and colds with
Eilertstar and wild cherry. All druggists keep
t. Large bottles fifty cents and one dollar.
Happy Home blood purifier is
the people's popular medicine for purifying the
Mood and malarial diseases etc. Laiye bottles
fifty cents and one dollar.
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The Bed Cloud Helmet is now one
of the mvincibles of the past. The
gigantic luminary, G. 31. Plumb hav
ing sought fields of wider toil. 'Tis
well. Plumb, wis a kind of a side
show business anyhow. Blue
Leader.
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Business is picking up in Bed
Cloud, as is evidenced by the liberal
patronage of the advertising columns
of The Chief. We have been com
pelled to print supplements for the
last sixty days in order to give our
usual quota of news. Our circula
tion is gapidly growing and advertis
ers find that it pays to invest their
money where it does them the most
good.
The grand bail given by the rail
road boys last Thursday evening was
a gran a ailair, and is
reported as bc-
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(f th e finest and most social
entertainments that has ever taken
place in the city. 3Iuch has been
said about railroad boys, but when
you find a class of men that have big.
gcr hearts, more liberal, and enjoy
life better tnan th;y do, ws want to
sec them. We are pleased to be able
to report the success of the entertain
ment. The boys richly deserve it.
The county press is discussing the
commissioner system at some length
for several weeks. For various rea
sons not here necessary to mention,
the present system is decidedly the
most popular not to say the best. A
supervisor from each township can
much better attend the needs of the
county and their constituency than
can three men. While the present
system is a little more expensive its
workings will be much more satisfac
tory. Blue Hill Leader.
All
Inequalities Of The
Eyes.
Whether young or old, heretofore
pronounced by others as an impossi
ble to equalize the eyesight and fur
nish glasses, will now find their suc
cess by calling without delay on
Professor Strassman, .the expert op
tician of National fume, now in our
city. Consultation Free.
The Mistakes of Others
Corrected.
In the difficult application of com-
vinauon glasses; anu an Kinus oi cy
lindrical and prismatic lenses manu
factured to order in the various mer
idians to meet all requirements of op
tical delects.
Our universal low .rices ar- what
catch the large buyers from outer
towns. The last ten weeks they have
been quite numerous with us.
Berg & Galusiia.
What woald make a nieer Christ
mas present than a nice Smyrna rug.
Call and see them
at F. V. Taylor's.
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Strange,
Fishes are weighed in their scales
And an elephant packs his own trunk;
But rata never tell their own tales,
And one seldom gets chink in a chunk.
Dogs seldom wear their own pants,
Which fact lays them open to scorn;
No nephew'or niece fancies ants,
And a cow never blows her own horn.
A cat cannot parse its own claws,
No porcupine nibs his own quill ;
Though orphan bears still have their pawn,
A bird will not pay its own bill.
Sick ducks never go to a quack,
A horse cannot pleugh his own mane ;
A ship is not hurt by a tack,
And a window never suffers with pane.
And so we might continue, but what we wanted to
say. was, The Greatest Stock of Substantial Goods
for the Holidays will he found at Cotting's Drug and
Book store. The Largest stock in the city, and
ssme prices on these goods will make you think we
stole them (but we didn't.) Bought them awfully
low, though. When you get ready to buy, come and
sec. and if you have time before you want to buy just
come in and look around. We want to knock our
stoek down by the first of the year, aad prices on
anything in the store will be about right.
-Just received at-
Murray's
In the Moon Block
A large assortment of Christmas
Goods, and Useful Articles
Suitable for presents.
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