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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1890)
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That MM No. HU) take effect Atitll d, 1M0
Xttat.iHMNefiffer to i
e.l,lre(ht to Ma
WORTH VIA HASTIWH
o Hastings leares
Re. 1. tralftt lo Hunting dally "
n. I'M uuwinr Irnm ' .tail f 1
so. in MMweni
ay DIM p.m.
Mo, l, frekht Item llasllnos dully ar
Hre loan pro.
RAMr VIA WVttnftK.
No. IS,tssewKcrtorit .imepa dully
travel lo:W n.m.
No. B iHHwrniiier to Kansas City dolly loi p.m.
Wo. IB passenger trmn Joseph
lyarrhca B,l' n'
Wo. w piunerqier from Kansas t'ltf
No. lotrriftht dally except Tuesdnjrar-
No, oe fretfttit dolly empt Kmidny 1 1 1 p.w,
wmrr rtotma. ,.
No. IS ptMeofier to Denver dolly
.leaver ... ... BiPiW.
No. o puxeocer from Denver dally ,...
arrttea . . lo.5Sp.ro
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M IU f.ll fm.n tlantitr. dntlv (
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artuiMoy . .. :
rent Handatr arrises
Nn. list BPramMoiliillon
s law p.o
to Overlie- .
ram Mondoy.WedenworatMt Mwrwy.
WWW K0TI8 1TJ0UI5T0MDIWTS.
iJtair n4 liifereatlngllema from
Nllserliona r Use Vouniy.
'Undo .Too" llolcoinb wait visiting
friends heroaohiits last wock not for.
getting yours truly. Joseph hss ho
cone quite edtfcoiple of Howard Holl
any and the theories laid down in hia
areat book "Looking Baokwaitl."
tipoaking of looking backward, that's
bout wait moot of ua are doing. In
fact we have very little to look for
ward to under this great and glorious
government until that eormine rag.
known ao the bloody ohlrt, has faded
The truly good in District 3 arc in
a plight. Thn labors of thn worthy
Elder who presides over the spirit
ualwolfaroof thin "small" corner of
the vineyard, hao thus for mr.t with
no pecuniary rcturno. To do away
with thiaatntoor affairs, thn brethren
hit upon a hsppy scheme, vis: An
entertainment, ooneluding with a box
supper, hoping thereby to oonk tho
laoiofrom tho pockets of the unre
generate. All that W neocssary to say about
the affair isit wan in tho main man
aged bj the same parties who made a
lisle of our last 4th of July oelebra
tioi. The gross receipts amounted to
350. Whether the good Dominio
falated when the remnant of this sua
wai banded him deponents sajeth
not. Another item. The Sunday
school in District !l voted that eaoh
head of the famllv should pay 2
month towards its support, The
goat deacons met together and decid
ed that this wan oppressive, and did
away with it, rcoolving to depend
on voluntary contributions from out
site Underlet. Verily "salvation is
free" in Dist, 3. Dennis suggests
that the oipoasos of that society bo
met by voting school bond.
Mrs. W. J.' Vanoo departed for
Canada and other eastern points
Tuesday lo spend tin summer with
friends and relative!. Before de
parting aho looked upon Jimmy's
Sunday clothes to prevent tho girls
from smiling upon him in her aboenco
It wont be a week until Jim will be
going around with one suspender and
"letter In tho poet oaW'aa in days
of yore. He ana Dennis are coming
to town) Wgether ere long, As P. T.
Barnum used tossy "wateh for day
J. B, Grimraiogcr representing II.
U. Boott was doiac the taffy act up
. thi&viynfew davs aso. Jim has
hotitfl of friends hereabouts and unlike
Knooh Arden dont have to wateh
from day to day waiting for a sale.
When last seen Jim had his pocket
run or mcaoranda representing sales.
The 8. 8. in Dist. 70 Is reported as
in a flourishing condition, the people
working together in peace ana har
mony and with good will to each oth
or ana an men.
Mrs. Walton Noble ia very danger
ously ill, small hopes being enter
tained of hjr rooovery. A peculiarly
sad feature of the ease is the presence
of a little wcok old babe. Mr. and
Urs. Noble have hosts of friends
united in their sorrow for them in
An Allianoo has been formed in the
Hummel school house. Some of tho
best and most influtatla) farmers la
tho neighborhood have united with it
and nropote puttipg their shoulders
to the wheel and giving her a roll.
Mr. Woller used to advise 8am "be
ware of the vidders." Dennis ad
vises the Alllence.to beware of politi
cians of all degrees and shades. But
tho great trouble in Webster cotrnty
t least is, tho erdor is already hotey
eemfced with them and already is
there "a handwriting on the wall."
Spooking of the Alliance. Dennis wss
paralysed a few days so to learn that
a rather prominent alliance man had
purchased a plutc hat to wear ta hia
travels. If true (and it probably is)
It aolut to a moral.
A rather cheeky piece of business is
bow being attempted J parties whom
it would bo a stretch of imagination
It fall human, The attempt is being
mdeto fasten Mrs. Prank Thornton
ins Walnut ereek towaship for sup
' port, if that esn't he, then upon the
smaaty. As far as thin towashin is
ooaecraed it baa no fuado, is practical-
!j baakrupt, aad of a noeeoseity tho
eoaatv will have to shoulder tho mat
ter. As far at tho woman la eeaecracd
aho Is certainly to be pitied. She ia
not very strong paysieslly -or mentally
and has a helpless ehild about three
years old, and that isn't all. 8he has
an able bodied husbani at Orleaaawho
is earning good wages wbomsrried her
four or ave years ago and after lying
around in idleness until what little
property the had, consisting of an
equity in I BO acres of land was es
hsusted. abandoned her. Hhn has a
father, brothers and sisters scattered
well alio to furnish her with what
littlo she needs, but' together with
her husband the"y think charity is
good enough. Wouldn't it bo a good
idea for some of the "powers that be"
to live her Lusbaad a tasto of Ne
braska justice, just to show him that
"there ia a God in Israel."
Cora plaating le tho order of the
day, some farmers are through pleat
ing, some formers think If it dont rain
soon they will have to plow taeir oats
up and put in oora.
School in Dist. No. 1)0 has closed a
seven months term. One of the pat
rons of the sehool drovo the teacher
home O. but thel'awnees arogrity
particularly thn fair box, you can tell
thorn by thoir teeth.
Mrn Leadabrand has been sick
quito a long tlmo her mother Mrs Zee
from Ht.C'harlos county Mo. is here
to see her.
By tho way what has become of
Judge MoKolghaa. we should like to
hear iron him aiatn tareacn Tin
Cmr.v. Tho Judge eaa toll ua mora
solid faoto In tvo minutes then we
can get from any other man in a year.
Joseph Moler says It Is a boy not a
girl at all and than he curled hia lip.
We are having lino weather now,
farmers are planting corn.
We hoar that II II Ogden has
changed boarding places.
Mr J Q Potter was in Am boy this
Mr Starkey and hio family from
Milwaukee aro visiting with their rel
atives in Amboy.
Miss Waggoner from Ouide Book
was in Amboy Sunday.
Charlie aent his brother homo with
his best girl lost Sunday algal, waa
that right? Old Man.
The weather has been pretty cool
for the last few dys.
Amboy 8undoy school la largoly
attended. Biztjf-tevM present.
Oscar I'atmor and brother were vis
iting at I. Frlible's Sunday.
Uuarterlv meeting waa held at
Amboy Buaday oveaiag. Kldtr Jeaea
conducted the meeting.
John 8aladen is working in Ouide
Bock. Look Up.
Kvery farmer la busy at work.
Qeorge Smelser la out ia tho fold
by sun up. Hurrah for the boys.
Mr. Mndsey had a oolt hart on the
wire fence the other day.
Mr. Kmory Bean calls on Medcalf
every Sunday, Bean aeema to take.
Mr Kvert Bean has been ia door
health for some time bat ia better at
present so Aaaie saya.
Mlsa Kile 8mith has been quite
siok with the measlca but ia recover-
Ben Bead ia baok from tho weat.
School will oommeace la Plat. 33
May, 12th. Kle 8mHk Toaoherf.
Mrs Beuads has boo .tit, tkk hat
ia come bettor at present
We aro sorry to any that Mr. Tom
Fisher haa got the mlttfa.
Mr Geo. Scott haa got a fat girl at
hia house, Good lucki
Last Friday evaaiag at Cowloa the
WCTl! hold a Demorsst contest It
waa quite interesting, tho silver
medal waa won by Ira Thomas, who
lives at Mr. Nouaaaag'a or tale plaee
ho io a bricht, Intelligent voua man
aad well dMerviag the prise he haa
Will aad llearv Brabakcr are doiac
the carpeater work oa AC Boa's
house, aai Mr. t'oayaa ia doiag the
masoaary aad groutiag aad A 0 ia
Bora to Mr aad Mrs Blaakei April
22 a son, weight nina pouads. Dr.
Johasoa ia atieadaaee reports all tea-
ccraed doing well.
Bora la Mr aad Mrs Harlot) April
SSaaoaNra Jaektoa la attoadaaeo
aays every oao la
Mr. H or ton. Wo wis
wish laam maat
happy hours with their bov'e
Mr Blaakey'a mules raa away the
other day aad tort hia harataa all la
This vicinity was visited by a
ploasant aad welcome rata laat week
which broaght out tho plum aad ap
ple blooms ia great arofaeioa.
Miss Minnie Bailey began bar
sixth term of school laat Monday al
the Willow ereek aehool hoaao
also Mlsa Bell 8kilea aogaa Oathiaa
the same day al Fleaaaat Hill school
We hear Mr Biehmoad haa told
his beautiful farm aad ia goiag wool
sorry to see all them leave.
Iteh, mamre, and aerotokwa at ki
animals eared ia thirty mlawtaa at Wast
fordo lOnitOM lstion. TkU mtit fail.
SolJ by L. U. Dto druggist, SMCIewi.
Rather cool weather.
The raia to day made all look hap
Jack Front put in his appearanco
Wm. Baker went to Colorado Isot
Don't forgot tho festival Thursday
evening Mov 15tli.
Rev. Ingham lino otnrted n oinging
Kv.llarrison-Nhiyeil n our load of
cattle .in Monday of this week.
Mrs.C. K. Hicks went to Hauling h
Thursday of lout week.
Mr. Wm Cox hot put chased another
span of Oregon iioirt-i.
Our lumberman. V 8 llal wore a
broad smile lost Tuesday and had a
cigar ready for his friends, to which
he added, "its afino boy".
i tOii. ufe
mramrwa ATaFAT i
fWOMBMkMof HTumtfrtov w
nrna win maia oon aiHin.m. jnn pro
ratoa In tn mmiiaiih. ut Arim. ukI
unrn. wnini will unnri mwwmn
lapmlM HMMi mm) liUMMrn tb imki
tteknnwn. Cm to tuml with of without .pltiu.
IV fctlln i h 11 rywwlt known. Fullillrop.
tnw M raHduni. RoM bv Iriirlt i
in Mr im ihih irmnjf Known, r
two twakffa h OO Cta. U.B. Uubw Ukrn in
MO. . STIKbTIE, traad RayMt, aHefc.
irtuqrun or iwm vj
f Alwayt avtaUoB thn wW7
Bv lrtut) nf on nnler of Mle Innwl liy I.
fort elf rk of Urn tllitrlet wiut or Hie eighth
judicial district In nml lor WrtiMci
lirimkit, utiou n ituvmi In n ncllnn icii.IIii
i mill lor wmsifci cimiiir. nn-
llierein wncrrin inn runtHSKu wmu mm Trim
S'nmuony I itlalntlff unit Im HlcrNr t m itrw
lefpiidonld 1 shHlT otter for sitlo at ImiIiIIc
MilniitiirMili III Imnil In Inn liluliMt lila
tier, t tho . east tlwir ol the
court inmw In licit tloiid In ctitcr
county Nchnwka' I Hut ImiIuk Hid icc wlicro
inn IHM tPnn m mm niurt nnx iiuuirM,; un
4tk ar Jane A, I OHO,
nt nine o'clock am the folluwltiir ilcsctllieil real
estate tnnlli Knur (I) acrus oil of tlin south
nl f lilurk IhpiiIv l liri'ii I xi i In Hiu tit ami
Monre'smlilHIuiitolhnloniiof lli'il Cloud ilo
Kflbetl M follows! llinlnnliiK at tho nonth-vtcit
rornor of hmIiI tiloctt lncut)-thiie (1) ittul run
nltiKfbeniiMiortli on I-ih'iim slritt two linn
ilreti law liwt, tlii'iicn fait flvn liuiiilrril nml
fifty tr) feet, thenro north otio liunilml llml
frwt. tlii'iicn cait linn lillililrrtl lllliftj'llllio anil
seventh tenths (IK) Mil) ft it liilhu vast linn of
aalii lilock twenty tlirii- (VJ), thciiro smith along
salii east lino thtee liuuilred cW) foot In the
south Mitt corner nf mud Mock on eighth oteti
tat anil i hence writ mIoiik flKhth iivenue to
place of beainnlnK.
Ataoalimit ulna (0) acres of latnl oilloln no
OBstdlractlreast of the aforvnientloiieO tract
and being portion of tho uorlhasi iiuarter
in ine aoutn-ai'si iiuanrr 01 nrcuuii iniri
(Mi townhlntwo(7i iKirth rarunii.
II, went of the
Uth i m, ood tlearrtlNMl aa ftriTowst
uortfc of the south west corner
two hunilretl anil thirty
acres and said warn
west corner 01 saiu tony
tielng also tho south east
corner of Mock?wrnty thrt-e.sml running thence.
north along salil lino of sahl block twenty threw
inree nunurea leei. luenen east aiuuiy nats
half section line three hnndretl feet, thence
weat to thn plaee of twinning. al
Also lota one ami two In lilock loOr In the
the half aoetlmi Hue. tlienea south along sal
orkttnal Umn, now city of.Uetl Llotul.
The atait o description includes nun intends
to convey all of block twcltn la hinlth anil
Moore's audition to the city ol Ited I'loud In
Webster county. Nebraska.
(Ilreti under my Stmuil this 'iml day of May
A I) inn.
llytt.0. 1i:KI.. IK'imtv.
Jno. U. llusiin, I'llR's Attr. 4:
The High Drod Clydwdole HtaUlon,
will make tho aeoson aa follows t Monday a
and TnMdoya at hia owner's otabUa fonr
aad oao naif ralloo aorth-eaot of lied Cloud.
WodnoedoyeatJ Urooto livery stable
Thursdays at Kniigh'a ranch alt nuloo
north of Red Cloud.
Fridays and Hntnrdo)a nt Holland
honso livery stablo rear of Hollnnd house
Wild BUI is a strongly bnllt young
horse, color bay, excellent legs and feet
good bone and plenty of it, good dioposi
tloa, aad is in faot an ideal draft horse.
Ho wao olred by tho celebrated Imported
Earl, hio first dam by imported Robert
Baraa who ore both prioo winners.
Torino fa to insure foal to stand up and
aaei. Bare foal-getter. Poioa Smith.
frtmnt, EMen fc Mo. Tillty.
(rtiiraao and Northwestern lUllroad.
raaosngec M , 3:40im lOfloam
Aeeom. and Freight a : p m 3 :U at
IIAMTINIiH TO TI!K RAHT
ls Motthwestern route
ArthM at Omaha B.'J0pm: C)ilcatiT.op.m.t
Imvm Chicago 6 ,M p m; Oin
a m; ar
am at itassina a;a p nt
Oanamai at PaulMilwaukoa KstnaM
OHy, aad ail pototVi
NORTH, KAST, SOUTH. WKST.
Thoolnr Itnelo aouthra Nebraska. lUkota,
Threuh tickets and bagsaire checked to Ueo
For rate, tlmo Ubles etc, call on
C, II. M iTVitrrr. Agent,
II. t). Mimr,
J. it. avt'iiAiiAir.
tlcn. fas. Agent
Mi:7r'5' ( SeVllBIVtlBaisaiS
A. jiu-, ij. rti LlzrrFwamm'1
Miles T. Hayes
Patent - Collar !
For nale by J. O. BUTLER &
Co., I'm Cloud, iiuckeye
All parties desirous of utiitif;
First -Class Horses
will Snd it to their advantage by cal I
A. J. TOMLINSON
and imspeetint; his horses before con
tracting for services elHewhere.
Slallions will stsnd for services at
tho I ivory barn of J. C. Holcomb, in
rear of Holland House.
Lotiirj i li BuilStii f itlin
Stat of Zacattcat. Mtxico.
A oyndtco'.e of capitalists have secured the eon
oraslon foe oiwratlug this.
and will extend Its business throughout the
Untied wutes and MrllUh Columbia.
Below will bo found a list of tho prlzeo which
will be drawu on
MAY 27th, 1890
At Zoatot. Mtxloo.
and continued monthly tacrealter.
Vemlia ill Aanerlrsm rarroacy.
LIST OK I'Kl.K.St
1 1'KIZR OF tso.omi Iim.000
iruiy.Kov ro.tunis bobu
1 I'ttlZK OK 2S,QUDis SB.IHI
a miKnur io,isMare :avui
u rill.KHOK oaare to,aee
nl'UI7.KHOK '..eeoare lu,ouo
to ritUKHDK l.aiiare !,(
lol'lUZKHOK (wuaro to.ueo
200 rifiKiHiK jeoaro som
am H(l7.Kit OF la) are iss)
AO) I'KUM OF tware. ...... . 8O,OM0
ISO l'KI7.K OK SIM are fnuoo
ISO I'MIKICa OK 100 am IMBO
iwrKinzsor on are t,
m Terminal rnies of .. man
oiaaat mJWIA waam
Clilim mATBai-a Tlekcta r.r IO,M
8pecial Kates Arraag4 with Agents.
AQENT8 WAMTED. J$ V
TlMMyastntof jprtiea aro onarautoed by a
special ilepmlt of Cn hand rt4 thousand dollars
(tMe.eee), with the state aovernnent, and ap
lrted by Jtsus Artvlilfa, Uovernor.
Urawlnn under the personal suierlolon of
tic. Ilerntlno Arteaca. who Is apMnted by Ue
Rotrvrnniont aa Intorrenlor.
I ranrirv that with the state treasurer all
neeessary ruarratees are drncHltnt, aasurinc
full a mciit of all ptlrea of this drawing.
IUrmimio AaraatiA, Intcrtrntor."
Remltunccs must be either by Xsw York
Draft. Kxpress or Meftitered tetter. Amerieaa
money. io!lecllonecabe made by Kxpreas
Companies or banks. OTtclrrU sent direct to
laanatfement nUlbe lutlilby drstts on New York
MonttMl. nt. laul nilcaW Ht.Krnlco or
city of Mr-ttco. For further Information addreao
Juan piidad. Manrr.
Sat 01 has il ro natrow.
sat aatlslactloa la Ue
cure el Uobmtw ami
tiled I prteerlbs h)ed
foal sate la recomi
It to all sal
C. k Cottinu, AflUt
TJOmOKtHtATHrnrHYStCIAN. V - '
Xi aaslnhnt tMmewn. SVa opeslte ftrst
iMawaTlUak, Be ttowd. webwka.
Cliwalo dkwaset iivaMed by mail
pwawJ"-vvHv -v I..
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
h. II. FOBT, Manager.
FiirniHlitifl to all LuikIh in Vbnter County, Accurately unci
on snonr iN'orK;io.
IIlnit h nl ti'ti yr:ir niicili'i(c In icii'i.iy KCdnl uik! nrooft'ii it t tomtit t f Al
Mr,Ml iKMiki In tin- ilntH. MDKinriiiti'tt gitl-lHollon ir r tur inllrltitl
All union nlli'il . rititl)' lu.'xiilollir lion 1 n l
iiml iil r.'vr.l, ,uiilrt(i Oi r.til bit
F. V, TAYLOR,
KKKI'S Tilt: I'lNEHT LlNl. OK
In the city at prices that all can afford to buy
if in want of anything in his line.
OppooiU First National Bonk, lied Cloud.
LI VERy, FEED, and SALE STABLE.
LIVERY ANDFEED STABLE !
I. C, Holcomh, Proprietor.
First-clas? Turnouts. Everything New, Neat
and clean and in good repair.
Boarding nntl Fewling IVams at Rnnranablu Raton, Only
tho b!8t liff and grain iihchI at tliin ntablo. Givo
h'iui a call. Gate' Old Stand. Rt)d Cloud,
R, V.Sinnrr, l'rcs. Hknry Ci.AiiKr,Vice-l'rcs. Jno. It. Siiirey, Cashio
IIowahi) I). Uatiieii, Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
CAPITAL, - $76,000
Transact a general banking business, boy and sell county warrants, alst
county, precinct and school district bonds. Buy and sell forcigu exohang
Jas. MeNcny. J. A.Tullcys, G. W. Lindscy. It. V. Sliircyfl
John H. Shiroy. E. F. Highland.
Henry Clarke. A. J. Kennay.
J. c. WARNER.
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Have Undo of nil kinds to sell or trade for stock or morlnu note. Town
property to sell or trade.
Farm Loans made quick and easy
Office ovei McFarland's store.
THETRADERS LUMBER CO.
wmS 3 sm
Lower than any yard in the world
City Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
McAVOY & RIPPLE, Props,
First-class lligs and Good Teams.
Boarding by day or week, good hay and feed
for teams. Come and see us.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
S. M. SEAL,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Fitting Spectacle-, and repairing a specialty
D. B. Spanoglc,
and Loan Agent
L. II. i-'OUT Manaiieii, Bed (loud, Xeb.
George Watsons old
stand where we make a
specialty of educating
young horses for track
orroad. Call and see us,
Uwli Urr Vt 1 ChMi twlkat'alaai
e4l.tfr WITU31T A Kit At. hlwun
mi utik.r(ti.MMjiVki iKuriw awJkn.
Wm a. n. Jall!(.U.tjUt
"JtJf zt Oroii asiht FraztrN
.r tt t.11ru.i.klpMMam
Iimimim. a. . :-, btri'Iiawafl
if rfirc.JW.Mwl vIKklh i ' a.
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