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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1891)
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By A: C. Hosmer.
Want to save from one to five
On a Suit of Clothes?
Want to save 33
Want to buy Groceries Cheap?
Want to save 33 1-3 per cent on
Hats and Caps ?
Want to buy Notions at less than
wholesale prices if so call on
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SUCCESSORS TO R. A. HANDY.
Lumber and Coal.
Castoria is Dr. Sanel Pitcher's pccaerlfCittt f r laflnts
other Karcotic sabstaace. It is a harmless sutstfarta
"for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing SyrnBs, and Castor OIL
It is Pleasant. Its ecarasiteo is thirty years so by
Millions of Hothers. CastoriadestroysWorsasaaslallays
feverishness. Castoria prcremts rosmitinc Soar Card,
cores DiarrlKsa and T?ind Colie. Castatia relictas
teething troubles, cores constipation and flatolency.
Castoria mssiiilstrs the Cood, ressflates the
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Eternal Vigilance is the
Death T Henry Taylor.
After ocarlj four score years of
life Henrj N. Taylor passed into the
world beyond at twelve o'clock, noon
yesterday. lie was born in Kent
county, Dele ware, on the 1st day of
April," 1812, and if be had lived till
next April he would hare been seventy-eight
years old. "When he was
ten years of age his parents moved to
Somerset, Ohio, where he lived about
thirty cars. Mr. Taylor learned
the shoemaker's trade and followed it
for nearly twenty-five cars. In 1833
he was united in marriage to Miss
Mary Miller, and for fifty-ciui, jJits
they travelled together the journey of
life. Ten children wcr horn to them
of whom six survive, four boys and
two girls. Four of their' boys were
soldiers during the war of 1861-65.
one of whom was wounded in battle.
Fifty-four years ago Mr. Taylor united
with the M. E. church, and for thirty
eight years he was prominently iden
tified with that denomination in this
city. He had remarkably good health
till about one year ago, and a few
months ago he was stricken down
with paralysis, from whieh he never
For nearly thirty-eight years Mr.
Taylor was identified with the busi
ness interests of this city. He came
here when the population of the town
was small, when in fact there was not
much of Clinton . He saw the town
grow from almost nothing to a beauti
ful little city. Through all of tho
storms and sunshine of fifty-eight
years he had the counsel and aid of a
noble aid godly wife who reared her
children so that now in her old age
they are a blessing and comfort to
her. Clinton (111.) Public
The subject of the above sketch is
tbc honored parent of our worthy
townsmen Frank V. Taylor, the furni
A Qaecr Ponllfon
Muskegon, Mien., Jan. 1G. Diek
iJassett, the hermit of Traverse Bay,
was in the'eity today, and tells of his
life on his island and what it means
to him to be a hermit - Ho says the
island is not listed on any map, and
when he applied to the government a
year ago to purchase it the authori
ties wrote him that there was no such
land in the United States, and they
could not sell it to him. The island,
which comprises about two acres of
land, is in a high state of cultivation,
being erpccially valuable for it's fruit
Basectt has lived on the island twelve
years, and durimr that time has not
paid a cent of taxes to anybody, and
aver voted, although he has offered
his ballot in th nearest voting place
aad been refused. As far as the law
is concerned, he has no legal residence
and does not exist. The county auth
orities have refused to recognize him
in anything, claiming that he is not
a resident of the United States. Bas
sett is an educated man and of splen
did physique, and says he means to
live on the island eveu if he does not
legally exist. The island i about a
mile off land, and whn he applied to
the county officers for a warrant for
marauders S'ime tire ago he says
they refused to grant it because the
crime could not be located, and there
wa no person tr. nring the charge
that could be deserbed sufficiently
for legal purposes. Bassctt has mon
ey and livra on the ibland more from
choiec than necessity, and said today
that he considered himself the king
of the smallest couatry in the world,
aad had to bow to no power nor recog
nize any authority. He has however
lost his residence as a citizen of the
United State Tbe many queer feat
ures of the case are furnishing the
legal mindf with plenty of food for
Hearing that reports have beaa
spread aad talked around town that
Mr. A. P. Howard bad baatea aad
defr jaded II . A. Haady darias hi
service, forgone tiev and dceaung!1' Hcref wjwiw.
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eertifthat Mr Rowan has paw aud Whf the Udv viit RJ C.lal i,
btlauctd up every tiling, aad that-
ear transactions arc H tight, as far
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Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, January 23,
Geae to Beat.
On hut Sunday, at about two P. M.
Mifs Clara J. Baker, aged acventeaa
years and eleven months, passed frost
earth to heaven, after a somewhat pro
tracted illness. She was born in lows
and moved to this county with her
parents about seven years ago, aad
has resided hers since. She was an
interesting young lady and had many
warm friends in her neighborhood,
ffho will be pained to learn of her
premature demise. The funeral cere
mony took place at Pleasant Hill
school house, Rev. E. J. Randall,
preaching the discourse, in the pres
ence of a large concourse of relatives
and friends. Her death was a sad
blow to her devoted parents, who
have the sympathy of their wide cir
cle of friends in their hour of grief.
lis Clara was the oldest of twins,
her sister Aha surviving her, both of
whom were taken sick at the same
time, but death in its relentless
search has stepped between the two
sisters and parted them until time
shall make all things right.
DonMe Weddins; Annlveranry.
On last Tuesday Mr. Isaac H.
Hummell and wife of lnavale, bad
been united in marriage 33 years, and
m order to properly commemorate the
event, tlicy concluded to invite in a
large number of friends to join with
them in this festal day. People from
Bed Cloud, lnavale and adj scent
country were present to the number
of about eighty, and as a result a gen
eral good time was had. 31 rs. Hum
mel is an extra number one cook, and
her tables were literally burden with
i;ood thiugs that could not but help
tempt the most fas'idious
The editor of the "Great
s assail ir. r
Weekly" was present with his
extension suit, and carefully laid
away the numerous good things on
the occasion. It was certainly one of
the most pleasant parties that we have
ever attended and the only thing that
makes us feel bad is because some
one don't have a 33d anniversary
every day and invite us to be present
if all would have as fine a collation
of edibles as did our friends on Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. Hummell, were
kindy remembered by their numer
ous friends with some fine and costly
presents as follows:
The Relief Corps of which Mrs. Bum
moll is a valued member, gave her r set
of silver knives and forks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Smith half dozen
linen nnpkins and one pair turkish tow
els. Mr. and Mrs. Galusha China salad
Mr. and Mrs. Judson, tidy.
Mr. and Mrs. Holdrege, pair Turkish
Mrs. Campbell, Turkish rug
A fine plush doubl couch given by
Mr.Olmstead and wife, Mr. Avers and
wife, Mr. Sawyer and wife, Mr. Knight
and wife, Mr. Hull and wife, Mr. Wol
cott and wife, Mr. Holdrege and wife,
Mr. Irons and wife. Mr. Kenvon and
wife, Mr. Pitney and wife, Mr. Vandvke
and wife, Mr. Hunter and wife, Mr.
Vance and wife, Mr. Eddy and wife, Mr.
Broomtield and wife, Mr. McCune, Mr.
Davis, Mr. Doty.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Willis, a horn hat
rack with whik broom attachment.
MisR May Hummell, their daughter,
five dollars for father, and five dollars
for mot bar.
The Cuief extends its congratu
lations and wishes them maay retaras
of the happy occasion.
The party was also, given in honor
of Air. n. H noldrcdge aad wife, who
had been uuited in marriage 13 years,
haviug been married on their parent's
20th anniversary. It was a very
pleaaant affair all around aad the
guests appreciated it hugely.
Mrs Mary Scars McUeary of Dea
nison, Iowa, Natioaal Commander of
the Womans' Belief Corps, was in
Bed Cload last Saturday, and was en
tertained by Mrs. H. K. Poad, pi evi
dent of the local eorp. Mr. Mc
Henry is a very intelligent and re
fined lady an certa:uly just the right
woman in the tight place. She is a
large hearted and wholcsoaled lady
and is beloved by her sisters of the
eerps for her fairness ia all qaestisas
pertaiaiag to th aehle order af which
she is the highest nicer. Oa Satur
day eveaiag Garfield Past af this city
aad the ladits ef the eerps gare her
aa isaprosaptu reccaio ia Maseaic
will always he highly eatttaiii and
Wl" iw rejasaasraw Wy her ae-
worlers ia this eitw.
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relision. It is the rrnlt . f fccreie
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his "sab" fat 1811.
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One Dollar a year is
That'. Bllit I
Cmeykske, Wyo., Jan. 16, '91 A.
C. Hosmer, Dear Sir: Inclosed
please find one dollar for Tue Cuief
for 1891. I think if a paper is not
worth paying for it is sot worth hav
ing. Yours respectfully,
Thank', fiicud, wc only wish there j
were many more of the samo opinion, j
what make happy editors.
The county jaifLas four occupants,
Small in size, great in results: Dc -
Witt's little early risers. Best pill J The winter to far ha.-been remark
for constipalion, best for sitk head-i able for it mildntf.. It ha bern a
ache, best for sour stomach. Sold by godsend to our ufferin? poor.
Cotting. 5 J). M. Hutitsr, our superintendent
Walt Whitman does not believe of public infraction t now the happy
that we have a national literature. , papa of a little z baby. Uaual
He says o in an article which he ha.-. Nebraska weight.
written for the February number of Bishop Graves and lie v. Mr. My
th c North American Keview. res, will hold service in Graee Kpi-
Acts at once, never fails. DcWitt's copal church on Wedueaday evening,
cough and consumption cure. A i Jan. 2Sth at 7.3U.
.remedy for asthma, and that feverish
condition which accompanies a severe
cold. Sold by Cottinij. 6
The distinguished financier, Jesse
Seligmau. will discuss free coinage of
silver in an article which he has writ
ten for the February number of the
North American itcvicw.
Your cough will not IaU all winter
Yoa will not be kept awake at night;
You will get immediate relief if,
Ysu will use DeWitt's cough and
consumption cure. Sold by Cotting 4
Justin McCarty. the leader of tic
anti-Parnellitics. has written nn ar-
tule on the recent split in the Nation-
alist Party for tbc February number
f the North American Itcvicw.
Our friends should give DeWitt's
coach and consumption cure a trial.
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ffija Ttraica rfnvifl frntti all rlin u4i
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Father lenatius has written a
ply to a trenshaiit article by Ouida,
on the importance of Christianity.
h articles will appear iu the Feb-
xf number of the North American
Headache is the direct result of In
digestion and stomach disorders.
Bsnicdy these by using DeWitt's lit
tle early risers and jour headache dis
appears. The favorite little pill
everywhere. Sold by Cottinu. S
Students of the character of the
first Napoleon will look with interest
for an article on his relation to relig
ion, which H. A. Taine the author of
the History of English Literature, is
writing for tbc March number of the
North American Beview
Several collectors for implement
hcuscs were iu the county this week
looking up their notes and claims.
It seems that these fellows have but
little regard for a fellow's misfortune
and vulture like snoop dovrn upon
him for the laat Jarthiur
boys a chance and they'll pay out.
Mrs. Mary A. Wood, aged Ob year
living on Farmers Clock, and an aunt
to the Parkes' boys, died on Sunday.
The lady had lived in this county for
nearly twenty years and had made
many friends by her upright and
christian life. Only a few weeks ago
her sister, mother of the Parkes' died
at Indianola, and now both have past
ed to the land beyond, where trouole
and sorrow is not known.
John A. Barber, 18 years a sub
seriber to this paper, came in one day
this week and renewed for the nine
teenth year. Mr. Barber has .-etu
the "Great Family Weekly' grow
from a babe in swadliag clothes until
it has reached a good obi -age. He
knew it when it was published in a
dugout, and he knows itte-day in its
present commodious quarters. Ia
fact he knows that the paper has been
a great factor in the upbuilding and
development of Bed Cloud and Web
ster coanty, ana he proposes to stay
by it. Good.
The extraordinary extent to which
a -m m .
pauperism prevails ia tne imtea
States is shewn by an artiele which
the celet rated economist, Profesasr
Richard T. Ely, of Johns Hopkins
University, has written far the North
A teachers saeetiac will be held at
Cowiet, Saturday , Jan, 31 t, 1S11 at
10:30 A. M. The program is as fol
lows: Paper, The reading cir
cle, Mr. L. F. Bailiff. Paper, is
taaeaiag a profeseioa? Mr. Prwbasco.
Class drill, teaching reading to ari
ssarj pspils, Miss Bessie Knight.
Essay, raise ef eesapaeitioa work,
aad how ta make it practical, Miss
Clara Brewa. Paper, the teacher a
a character bailier, Mr. Miller.
Diea-sie after eaeh rzerctse A
fall attendance is desirrd.
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the Price of The Chief.
P. M Plait 15 koine frcan Denier.
ltob Martin was in Campbell tbia
The Holland hou-e hxa been leased
by Kan.4 parties.
J. B. Tingley ban renrarcd hia al
legiance to the'O K. W.
John Doejh relieved hi allegiance
to i he "Great i'tmily Weellj" thin
A car lead ef aid mved thi w?ek
j for t&e benefit of the drought
jcr ,n l!m county.
The article by Mr. Lccky to the
January cumber of the North Ameri
can Keview, on Ireland in the Light
of History, which comes with peculiar
timeliness, in view of the existing
situation, will be followed by a further
contribution from the same historian
in the March number.
To buy six good work mules.
11. W. GuLLiron.
Annual meeting Nebraska, Im
proved tocL Un-cdcr A.-Mciation
Beatrice, Neb. Feb. 17-11. agent in
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eb' V'1?-.?,7'? " l.&y.
I'1Bco!n. ,Ncb' j!I - certificates.
Nebraska may sell tickets to Beatrice
Annual meeting National Farmers
Alliance Omaha, Neb., Jan. 27-28,
all agent.- way tell ticket to Omaha,
'Jan. 21-28 inclusive,
ugust 1 est,
atA Miiilftr. T 'i aa til klteai nrhh
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nir'ni, full fnr Ain will lir rrtrirnfrl
at one third fare on presentation of
ccrtiGcatc sigucd by the proper officer
ef the meeting on gaaiantee that
there h been an attendance of one
hundred or more who have paid full
fare on the poing trip.
A. Co.so EH, AgL
SUv Kiiircrcd for Ftncn 1'rnr.
My wife has hiilTirtl for tifUrn yiar
fpnm nAtiiffMif fnn rtnl nntfiftil tnAnkfrnn.
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lion. -uer uninp inno imiua ot itrau
tieltl'ri Fftnnlo iulator aho ih now aide
to lo lier hoiiso work and gv where ahe
pleawH. J. W. lavu. Moravian Falla
N.a Writ? Bnultleld !U?gulator Co.
Atlanta, (J a-, fur further particular
Sold by a 1. Cottinjj. 'Si U
John Burnett has more I
b. Lee lost one of hia beit horaea while
makings drivo from here to Wilcox.
F. W. McLaughlin went to Haatinjra
on btiRinttHK Monday.
C fl Ilickfl hail n horne badly cut on
. a barb wire fnoe lant Monday.
-tno li laden litrar- and (lebaunir
tociety which wait organized a fsw
'Aeks nco is runninj; with creat auccecM,
and it id a ood thing for tlw achuol
boys who seem to take quit an interest
A few dayn aero a young boarder ar
rived at the liotel at Bladen and the pro
prietor Mr. La has concluded to RiTe it
board and clothe a he is looking for
ward to an tacreaae of buain and
thinks he will need more help.
We sell more of DeWitt' little ris
ers than any other pill; their actioa
la to easy, do not grip or cause pain,
are the best regulator of the ItTer,
stomach and bowleg. 2
C. L. Comso.
CIcMina; Owl ante
Of the Webster St.. in ery, feed asd
feed stables. I a ill offer my entire
livery atock. corulnting of 10 head good
driving homes, 1 span of 4 year old marea
3 top buggiee, nearly new, I carriage,
new-. 1 spring wagoc 1 road wajroa. 1
hearse.? set double harneaw, alaaoat new,
2 good sftddlm. a lot of robea, blanket.
whipH. etc Tbe above aUjck w ta good
conbUon. Theae good will lie sold far
caab or tralv at reaaoaabk urea, or
at private sale, and must be closed out
at once aa I am going into other bue
see and do not wih to kep the stock.
F&Ag A. aCEH?r,
Mnc Irosa ha been oa tbe
but t now able to be around.
Mrs. Lead wan takes Tery aick ntoa
flure Grice srent Satardar and 8sa
day in Inarale the guest of X. E. Wei
U. G. Knight vat in the parte Jsaa
dar. There were about tvect j of tha
of laaraie went over to Mr.
aodspeatthe eresuaa; oaa aiat
weak all rtnorted a good tiasa.
All the Iaaraie foiaa and a part tt
Bed Cload, were gstharwl at Mr. Hasn-
aaaTa oa last Treadny to eeiearaee
33 aamiTeraary they repcrteJ a geei
Xr. IlBater ahipfeii a ear
PwAiiy rrt c - at cine.
I Sander acfcno) at twelra. everybody is-
20 per ecn.
Reduction. On all Suits.
On sums of
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