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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1890)
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Enter 1 M the I'm! Office In It I Untnt, Nob ,
u mull mutter of taoarcou.l rlati
TliU lwwdf r Bew tarlfa. Manl of pure
tfrensth and wtiolr omncM, mor economical
tlian the onllnarv kiml unlniumi haj.1 m
formation with Ilia multUuiIrs i( low trt lUiort
wvlklit alum nr iluntliat bowilnr. (V.I.I only
f meant. MUYAI. HAKINrtYowiiKKCO.
Wall slrvet. H. V. Ollv.
astir hf Car Alert Neawrttra, an
Prepare for ear lltUtri.
Stationery at Deyo's.
The lTthisStratricks day.
Dcyo sells the best buggy paint
New dry Goods at the New York
It. M. Martin is
in Chicago after
0 us Hosts will pay
for t hosts.
5o per pound
Norhart for cheap tinware. 1 'rices
A new lino of pioturo mouldings at
K. V. Taylors.
Tbocity should put an electric ligbt
on the jail corner.
Sweet Orr overalls. All styles at
For mothers Friend shirt waist call
on XeXitt & Qalnsna.
If you want the best buy the vVbite
forssle by F. V. Taylor.
Chajttjtffttarvin, formerly of this
city, was in this city Saturday.
We rneam business and wont be. vn
der sold 11. M. Martin Son.
All the lstsst styles and colors in
dress goods at R. M. Martin A Son's.
Deto says he is already havin
good trade on wall paper.
A teamster know j as Hob Cochrane
of this city departed this life on
Willing and polite clerks will give
you their attention and onr prices.
II. M. Martin at Son.
Anything in the line of furniture
carpets, window shades, etc., at lowest
prices at . V . Taylor's.
A. B. Ktarkes who has heel
living here for a year or two has left
(or more congenial tlisaes.
It you are going to buy a carpet
you will save money and get the
beat by calling on F. V. Taylor.
Howard Deisley. Ileary Scott, II. 8
lloleomb, and K. II. Jones will read
the Great Family Weekly for 1890.
Colling Keeps selling those Hot
man Headache powders. Soma po
jple say they can t live withont them.
Dr. Ilaird the Dentist ean now b
found at his new dental parlors over
Spgktiields store, lied Cloud. All
Renumber that MeXitt A Gnlmahn
carry the largest best and also the
cheapest line of Jeans, eotteaadf and
worsted pants in the city.
In onr last issne we made a mistake
in C. Wiener's lota!. rVs had him
closing out his "clothing" whet it
should have hecn "annea."
C. L. Cotting is agent far the
Catarrbo-Broachial Medieater, the
aew inhaling apperatas for eatarra,
old in the head, ete. Try It
I If yon want weavinc done eeJI en
Wm. Huffman, Red Clend ef leave
fr'-m -- Schaffait's. All hind
if carpet weaving dona en short no
C. Witner has rrtarM frsm tha
caaUn market, tad U ahvwincn law-
tr atwck and n hwttt elaae ef ekthing
than aver at prieee thai mm4 hwt
K. SI. Vartin is in Chietft Hying
kialarce srrinaT tUek. which with
spri.ggeod.be new ha.. hmW
till far eicd any aiwtk in pvisw,
esantity and Ht; m ehww It-
Theeitiicnt ef Wcttter Cwwntv
UI h called pn in the sar fwtwtw
v waat pewv
awaaawB naiHnwt wawfwtwan
yfsrwa) 11 wj vwaaawnm
. Wa,ler r cawr mf.rir
AM Aham m, rir m
(to and b'c
oe K. . Haudv.
i New babv carriage at V.
t;lc iu carpels at K. V.
H. A. Manria for Canon
See our 'J.fiO spring
.'I. .'I.IITIK& o.
H. M. Martin ifc Son n tin
to show you their spring slock.
OtU.1 i tho Block for von t InnL at
Mc.Nitt Gaiuiha. Tho Clothier.
Do not fail to call anil trnmir tlnek
I of window shades. K. V. Tayi.ok.
Thu jeeond uumtcriy meeting of
tue .M h I hurch occur next Sunday.
H. A. Handy now lus on hand that
fine Canon City coal he used to hate.
IL A. Handy will jjiro you tho low
est figures of anyone in town on lum
bcr. Aaron Cotiovcr and (!oo. Lemming
hate bought the A. J. Wlch rrtir-
Mr. II. Clark of Albany, X.
in the city looking after hi it
Henicmber our atook of wsll paper
is complete new and fresh. L II.
Havens horrc snd cattle food and
all kinds of condition nowdrrt at
Sattccns wcro never so cheap before
Great bargains in them. It. M. Mar
tin & JJON.
Call and seo It A. Handy for prices
beforo building as ho will make it to
Great bargains in sheeting. 1000
vards of sheeting at tij seats. It. M.
Mam-im A Son.
The largest and best selected stoek
of dress goods in the city at 11. M.
Martin A Son's.
Tho Nebraska and Kansss Farm
Lnaii Co. want all tho good farm
loans tboy can get. tf
A penny saved is a penny csrncd.
You will earn good wsges by buying
your paints at Deyo's.
JIcv. II. N. I'oad former) v pastor of
the I'resbyterian church in tted Cloud
was in th city this week.
Frank Scott has secured a position
In a drug store at Ft. Collins, Colo.
rado and left for that city this week.
Tho fire alarm has beta raiicd
about twenty feet so that the sound
csn be csrried further an I more dis
tinctly. Hon. G. L. Laws, our congressman
is doing good work in this district. He
hss bcon very activo in looking after
his constituencies and every one
seems inclined to be well pleased with
Vol. 1, No. 1 of a nest flvo col
uwn folio, Tho Times, published at
Superior by Dunlap Bros., h reach
ed our table. Tho Timea shows evi
dence thst it is in the bsnds of good
men who underused the basinets.
Oar old Friend Willi S. Leonard of
Halltvillc, Illinois, hss started a Ba
rter, the Wave, at Illaaeh, Nebrsika,
Will ha our sympathy and wt hone
"not a Wavo of trouble wave over the
Blanche Wave, while W. S. is wield
inc the gray gooe quill for the Wave.
Miss Beaaie ll. Uedlow of Burling
Vt ., had a di'seaio of the scalp which
caued her hair to become very harsh
snd dry and to fall so freely that she
scarcely dared comb it Ayer's Hair
Vigor gave her a healthy scalp, and
mado the hair beautifully thlek and
With tho eieeption of tho Glad-etone-Blsine
controversy, probably no
mora important contribution has aver
been made to macula literature than
the two papers on "the Limitations
of the Speakership, ' by the Speaker,
Hon. J. C. Carlisle, heth of which
will appear in tht March number of
the North American Review.
The Webster Sunday school Asso
ciation will hold their annual Sunday
school institute in this city March 27,
and 28. Worker from abroad are ei
poet ed to participate walkers of this
cownty mtne program prepare ny
tho eieeutive board. Each schoal in
the county is cspecud to scad dale
gates and also a report ef their rtspee
Uve schools for tht year.
A. W, Sxirjin, Prta.
Mna. Wat. Dick in, 8c.
The Muiti ewamlawientn ast a
th eovnty clerk' oslsw nd attended
U ta stnes rar wnn a uey were
nffriintcd . They ergaaliedl by elet
lnJ. L. Miller, chatrmM. Tht
wmmitlM is eamp'aad of Jahn M
cwJUm, W. Hagaa and J. L.
Miller. Thtir hwiisawa Mtskeksf-
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, "J m'J
tar indigent i4iffi of IM tnnmtj
aid a far a tu
pennH, Then were
rer re!ter, wniea
I hart a gawd farm af 169
situated Ive mitew awwih af Ittvettas.
whitA I will eeN aa ea
Pleatv af wa4 aad vaaat.
Mta. BtiMBT M. leittiwa,
The pprr I crowded with advr r
tisrncnts thii wek. Mead thtn and
i will do yon Rood.
Ij. S. HoIcoHili has rrtnrnod to,
, Chicago to take up hi petition in the
iriuunft cotnooiing too tut.
Mr. S. IL Mclirldo has located her
millinery slorc in the rear end of
Sch a ffn it dry goodshoue.
Win Irons I preparing to rain one
of tho finest herd of thoroughbred
I'oland China hoga iu tho couiilt).
( Jo and nee Mothart. He is telling
hardware way doeti. The pice
knocked clear out of tinware, do. If
The K, Si M. bank burked tail Sun
day morning, but H. A. Handy still
hs that genuine Canon City Coal.
J. 1). Leach, formerly of thin city
and now of York Mate Is hero hxtkitig
after hi? I arm. He will rviuain tin re
Loan maile at low rates of interest
by tho Nebraoka A Kauoa Farm Loan
Co. Money ready as soon at paper
are signed. It
Feataerlv A Aulla are still selling
vinegar and Irantular juice. Call and
see tlicm. Good cider vinegar for '.'A
cents per gallon.
Wienei tho largeat dealer in south
crn Nebraska in clothing, is closing
out his watucn' s snd children's shoes
at less than cost.
Tho union revival meetings at the
M K church are atill progressing, and
many are turning from the ways of the
world to religious paths.
Morhart the hardware man is up in
arms and is selling haidwsre at almost
eost He is knocking the bottom out
of prices. Comeatouce. if
Our l..'0 men's shoes esn't be best
in th- United States. In buttnn.lsee
or congress. Try a pair, at Chat.
Schaffnil, Ncv York St-jrc.
Our spring stock of bats a.id caps
is now complete, eonsisting of every
thing of tho late designs of nobbv
goods. McNlTT A (iAH'SIIAt
Head J. J. Ducker's now ad in to
days paper. John alwajs aims to
lead in butincss and hss one of the
finest lines of goods in the great wast
For your spring suits either tailor
made or ready made go to McNitt A
Galusha's. Ou a tailor mado suit
they guarantee a saving of from $5 to
$10 from any one fit in the city.
For correct fitting clothing go
where it is kept. We arc tho only
merchants handling the shoulder pad
ded suits. They aro equal to any or
dinary tailor mado suit MrNlTT A
If you wish to purchase a shoe for
your boys or girls that will stand tho
wesr and tear of every day urage.that
is mane of honest leather throughon
and on common sense iiess call at
the New York store.
The insurance adjuster has settled
with the F. A M. bsnk and allowed
them the full insurance the amount
being l&.OOO. The money has hoea
paid over and contractor, David Kes
cr, with a corps af assistant is at
work recoastructlag the hnildlag.
A penny saved It that much in
your pocket If yon can sava the re
tail profit, and mere on the price af a
pair of shoes, it behooves you U do
to. Wiener the clothier ia disposing
of hi entire lino of wimen e and
ehlldrens shoes at lest than wholesale
coat, aad will in the future not handle
The lecture "Ahraeidsbrs" at Bap
tist church Tursdsy night was heard
by a good audience and highly appre
ciated. The rich kernels of thought
clothed in dry wit with a frt
hurst of eloquence, mad the lecture
a real treat llev. Mr. Leonard has
made a good impression. Come
The Mutual Life Insurance Corn
Kay, sinew its organisstlon in DMS,
psid to its poliey.hnlrri 'i",
681,948 20. The woauerful growth of
the Company is dae in a large degree
to the freedom from restriction and
irksome conditions in the contract
aad to the opportunities for invent
cat whieh are offered in addition to
to indemnity ia ease of dtsth .
Don't forget citisens of IU4 Cloud
that the spring tlsatio is abowt here
aad that good men shoald ha aeleeM
for mayor and aldermen, vt showM
aelect oar meat aarvfal basinet men
aad men ef entarpriae combined for
the pwaitioa. The Cmitr would
eaggeet Harry Fond for a.drmaa la
the north ward and Dr. Schcack far
oath ward, aad Henry Boott or Vt.
Kmigh for mayor. If the gentleman
named above ewuld ha prevailed waoa
to accept the ofteee, we feel safe ia
aayiag that we would have a eaitfal
admiulotratiea of public affair.
At a regular amanal meeting of the
Rod Clead Fir Dtpertmewt a Ta
day eveakag Mareb 4th the foliewiat
oaneeri veto elected.
AtoUaai Aad; Warner.
aa Tom tie Penury.
Funmaa No. 1 W, W Gllhoti.
lot AeaiHMt-Will MiMioa.
Favwmaa Ka. .'-T. W. Batf aM.
lot, Aaaiawaat C. L. Wiafnrt.
14. isBnitawt M. A.
cwanaa aswaw nam svawwaw-Btwo).
Traaie-nV.i. fwaway, Fred
Our old ftlend Peter .Marsden who
hat had a miou conflict with la
crirp' i abtut gais. We are glad
to ee hint out
Geo, I' IW and Geo W, Hagan
ill read the Grot t'amllv Weeklv
for lr'.H People who anl lhe(newa
alay read TtIK Citttl'i
Till Clllir ha the l-eil line of
of county rotrriponJem tf any
per in the vuuh U jo want the
iiexn read I lie Great Kaintti WerVlj,
tX C Con of PleiMht Hill ton.
hlp who hi been lay tn leetmd liJ
die lo la gltppe U out gix tfter a
U week illnei ot a Very teveie na
Geo, W, llgn of Guide Itoek waa
in ihe eity thl week attending the
tcMion of the enlon eoium(tohf,
Mr llagati L on of our jnMpiou
1111 Hair iteiirnei iv i ( lo
hoi and lir tht Ihjnu tho Vln, ll
it teieutiirio'li) tireiitHI and olll te
ttotogii) l.atr to It origin! rdot
The llutehiiitou A Gulf railway
tirtrjn run th tr Hn inln the e'iy
on TliuinU) 1 ,vti lino iuu up
Cliviked C(ra The depul gtoutid
will probalily Ik near tl.o city witir
The Guard office at llloomlnglon,
Neb., was burned tht week, Loss
ItiOO, intuianee ISOti. Hntry Lud
low's job office waa in the aatao build,
itig and wan burned Henry'a lost
will be shout f :iH. inturetl for WOO.
Bad blood eautet dltpeptla aad dlt
deptia read by eauilkg bad hlixtd.
Ho both go on grating wntre, until
the whole aytlcm It oitcned, The
surest mesnt of Tclicf for the tlctim
it a thorough and pcnltlcut court of
Dr Ilaird, the dentist, left I he fore.
part of tho week for lied Cloud, Nebr,
where he hat located for the practice
of his profcttiun, The doctor did a
good buisncM while heie, contiderlng
the site of the town, snd we regrst
that he found it neeettary to go lo a
larger town in order lo teeute a prsc
lice commcntursic with his skill aad
ability aa a dcntUt. Daring his slay
of nearly a year In F, I wood b did
work for a large number of our tord,
and without a tingle ticcptloa hi
work lias been highly satisfactory,
We bav heard many of his patrons
speak ol what he had done for them.
and all unite in pronouncing him a
first cltti workman and a pleasant
and agreeable itentlsman. Many
etrs of eiperiencs have added to
hit thninuglr'knowledge of dentittry,
amine la tho e0 I at a tkrilful proe
licioner ef an) other man in ths pro
fettion. Llwood Nehr, Hccord.
Tin litnJ Lib .Mima d.
rwCMAAO A. McCUItDV. raisMtr.
IW tht year oaasaf aW I In, law.
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lUUwty fvlal MS)kiv1i lfh4 Haettofw
to ChlaotTO aa mmt wnf watah II sav. I A
raUowW Im argt4 $t latefatooaalo
I'd. Methoa4ra l ate SMhe afme
eortk UiOt raol-g frees eeei o4
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fui fariha tllrte orH f 4lf mm
MM- t-t fttt tWtiAgo J.K.
Koa MAt.a A yesjoc' Frcoeh Cna
diss to) lino, yrs 44, W hlorh
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Clt, Jt4iiee l)le ad ajaia.
la sot tr skowa ia Rod (lewd.
We lathe yaws fooortio. M, M,
u bought' goods CHEAP I
This means thai we vvtll c them to our
Bargain Prices !
You will find upon ex
is larger than ever
mis spring better goods
FOR LESS MONET
Than ever before.
VVc will not tjuotc you any special prices, hut
come and we will be plc:.sccl u show
you our goods, and will show you
Clothing, Furnishing Goods.
Boots and Shoks,
Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Valises.
can be sold, if bought cheap.
RED CLOUD. WYMORE
H. C SCOTT
Agricultural Depot !
And niw in k uu liatnl nil kind of
Farm Machinery. ;
HUGH AH '
IV kin Plows corn PIowh,
The Dutch Yankee Plow.
Keversihle Steel Harrow,
Old Champion Hinders & Mowers
The Ttihlar Smith Wagon,
The Sutton lload eartis
Stalk eiitters. Etc.
I hall also keep a complete line of machine
oils and machine repair.
I am located in the old butter and egg .tore
.store of M W Dickers mi on south
.mining our stock which
that se arc ofiering
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