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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1891)
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By A. C. Hosmkr.
well satisfied tfat
Isilje Best LAUNDRYSoAPiijilje vV!d
and 1 use IL in &JI my vk-ii
AUt uBir ay ALL 6Bv: Z
N.K.FaIRBANK&Co. Ckico 'RCt EEP J ' '
SUCCESSORS TO 15. A. H.NDY.
Lumber and Coal.
IL V.Siiiuev, 1'rcs. llEMtr CLAitKE.Vice-I'rc:. L. II. Koiit, Cashier'
Ellih A Shikev, Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BAnK,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
CAPITAL - $75,OOG
Transact a genera! banking business, buy and cll count- warrants, alsc
county, precinct and school district bonds. Ruy and sell foroigu cxchaiif:--
,1ns. McXcnv. J- A.Tulleys, L. H. Vvt K. V. Shirey.
John IL Shircy. K. V. Highland.
Henry Clarke, A. J. Knm-y.
Proprietor r Hit
City Bakery and Restaurant,
For a j;ol Square meal. Boarding and Lodifiii ly day or w
All kind-, of Froth Krtad, Vlv and I'nko. II('ultmrlc
for OrnnKt'S Lemon and Hanana. All kiimi or ircii
I rail and Candy, Xul-, :igai. Tolmtco, Trcli 3.!cr,
and ICc cream in mimmi.
I os. Her BURGER,
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
L. 11. FORT, Msnngcr.
ATbsiate of 7VW.ef
Furnished to all Lauds iu Webster County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOTICE.
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"itract iKKiks in tt state, t puiraMttt; sUs(artinn. Your tavor olicJttftl
All onlom fillttl innjtly lft. ilollar Uuul Jilrtl
and approved. AiMrws or call on
li. H. FOKT Manager, Red Cloud. cb.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It comtains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting: Sour Curd
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieve
teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
aad bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Childraa's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
wCMtocUiaaaerpdlgtiin Heten far cfe3
fool cSeci upon tbefc cUUrafw"
Ds. G. C Oaeooci.
Castoria Is the bo rwarfy t oe ckQdwsB of
whls-lilainsoquakitcvi. I bepe he CT
far dcrtas t nhen xaoihrs wOl ccmm&er the reaJ
isixsvst of their cfcDJrea, aod vse Castoria in-sadother-uiMaqiad:BOtarTa:Mwklciiare
dcslroTins their lored ones, bjfortkcPa3
jaorphlne. wth!sj; syrep tad otlacr hartfti
rzrszs dotra their throaw, theretiy
ihem to prKaaiSEre garea.
.fay ensihkltfomb-n .
I reco-siajcad ii esptrkrtoaaxpncripaaB
H. A. Aacsss.3S.il,
111 So. Ori csnS St, IjsvoJOya. . T.
-Our j&rsksaas la tla chBirea" depart
ast bait) spotea hlj-ily of t" spri
a is their ostein pracik!irithCastarf&,
and a&hccgh ire ojJj ha-re aaiot-c "
xaedkail rpiis -srhai Is izotra as recular
p-viacts.yeiipearo frw to coaess that ths
X2eria of Castcxia has vca a to IxdJ: vfck
TJsnra Uoeetzn. jucd Darruw,
Ctrrt, Kc Tferlc City.
Floor paint at Deyo's.
D. M. Piatt is in Denver this week.
Harry Conever was in the city this
"Wanted, butter and-qggs at J. ?.
Mra. J. F. Winters spent part of
last week i Lincoln with her hus
band. All the latest f-tvles and new colors
in spring wraps at R. 31. Martin &
New baby carriages, novelty gear,
patent brake, at Cozad & Co's, Red
Mrs. Geo. Whitson is quite sick
this wrek, but is ccnvales:ing we are
pleased to loam.
The Sunday school convention will
be held in the Christian church.
March 19 and 20.
Charley Myers will soon move from
Amboy to Red Cloud. We welcome
Charley to our city.
Engineer Nelson w?s killed near
Oxford the other day by a collision
with Lew Thatcher's train.
Dickcrson & Conovcr have Gied up
their private office in nice shape, and
it is much more convenient.
Perkins & Potter the hardware
merchants havp been closed up on ex
ecutions by sonic eastern parties.
Mr?. K. Skecn and daughter Pearl,
arc hrmc from Omaha where thev
have been for a few weekr visiting, j
Frank Jeffrey of Inavale township!
aociilently shota ball through his fin"-!
er last Sunday. Moral: Up careful
of firearm. i
We mean buincss and will under
sell an)- dry goods house in the coun
ty Call and be convinced. R. M.
.Martin & Son.
If you want good job worl, don't
fail to call at Tin: Chief office. We
guarantee everything. We do and
charge all alike.
At a businc.- meeting of the
Christian church Sunday night O. II.
Truman was unanimously chosen pas
tor for an indefinite period.
3Irs. Anson Higby was o very un
fortunate the othc- da) as to sprain
her ankle. She is getting along how
ever all right at this time.
Mens suits strong and sightly can
be bought at Wiener's at $2.75 worth
$8.50 and from that up, bargains m
all grades of geods bought this season.
Auvoue having lands to sell, or
trade for Red CJoud, Lincoln or Oma-j
ha property or merchandise call at
once on Kaley & Bakkku.
Kid. "W. II. Winters was taken sick
last Wednesday while holding a meet
ing at Cowles. lie came to Red Cloud
Monday and left for home at Lincoln
Daniel Snyder, Geo. F. Pope. I. S.
Real, John Lightfoot and C. H.
Tcachworth have added their names
to the Great Family Weekly for 1391.
31 any thanks.
Elmer Kaley has gone to Lincoln to
clerk in his father's store, which he
has lately purchased. Elmer is a
good and trustworthy young man and
we wish l.im success.
0. H. Trumau will address the
Knights of Labor, Alliance, and all
interested at the Court House this
Friday night. Do not fail to hear
this lecturo on the Labor move
ment. Although hard times, Wiener's
store is crowded with goods, and is
receiving more daily. If you want
any clothes for children or boys, )ou
can Kaye a big sum by buying at
head quarters. The Golden. Eagle
has always bore that name in tbc
Will Parkes has discovered a new
kind of soan. It is called by the
bovs J. T." or Nustcm's beat
ni The facts arc that he had oca--:.,
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notice tsat he was using his plug of
tobacco in performing Lis sbluttou
i it r- I
ou that special occasion
Harry Goblc, Ellis Shircy and
George Morhart are among the great
est acrobats the orld has evr known
in Red Cloud. Reason: They were
ridin? a little buro' very pcacably for
a short trip when the animal beramc
tired and landed the voung men over
In head and then left for tall timber, j
There are several important enter-
prises that seem to be in store for Red
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nate it would be a grand boon, for
Red Cloud. Several capital sta are
on the point of buying oae of oar
institutions' and developing Red Cloud
good shape. Hope they will
U. B. Simons is getting there as a
pension agent The case of Sanel
Bright No. S4G35, has been haagisg
r frtr nnmW of -M-ars for am tn.
creasci. This wrek Mr. S. succeeded
in rettiig it advanced on the calaa-i
' dit and new th; cbici will be allowed.
He is cfrtaisly sacce-sful is gettiag
The Knights of PtthUs Wge is
aran grpwing. They have reccatly
rentedthe locg roeta orer the Bed
Cload fadoaal Baak, foraieriy ete-
pled by the Maaeaie fraieraitj. The I
lod;e is ia a JarishiBg enaditioa
sad work ia arv caas every nfht.
Visiuag ttothtm iavited asi H
ttettatirf ia dtaadiag reaesaea
Red Cloud, Webster County,
Spring is almost here.
G. W. Knight was in the Vale
Link Kelso is seen on our streets
Mr. Turlington of Ainu, was doun
31iss 3Jary Nye closed the winter
term of school last Friday. Inavale
can boast of having one of tbc best
teachers iu the county.
. Miss 31yttlc Sawyer 'commences
her school just east ot town next Mon
day. Charley Saielscr will work for Mr.
Prentiss the coming searon.
Gcrt. Bibby has moved to town.
31 r. Davis of Rivcrton, has moved
onto his farm a mile and a half west
The ladies of the 31. E. church will
give a supper at 31 r. Aycrs Friday
evening 31 arch 13. Everybody io
vited. Ralph Hartwell came home from
Franklin where he has been attending
3Irs. Peterson has moved into the
old Edsou placj just north of town.
Frank Jeffrey shot a hole through
his hand while fooling with a re
volver. 31r. Moore was shaking hands with
friends in these parts last Friday.
e'coine spring is most here.
Dan Snvder is cutting his
Pdry 3Ic"ry has moved
, Ali Creek.
j August Wuberman has been quite
sick for three weeks.
School will commence at district
No. 31 on 3Ionday the 10th, uuder
J the control of 31iss Jones of Red
; Pixks I5ai Boy.
Mrs. 3Iary Borin. finished a winter
term of school the Gth, of 31arch.
Her pupils presented her with a very
nice silver pickle dish, it was her
seventh term at Pleasant Hill.
31iss Miuuic Wilder arrived at her
home the 23th Of February. A bevy
of young people gave her a nearly
welcome the next evening.
31rs. Waggoner, who has been liv
ing in Henry Brubakcr's house ior
the last three weeks, moved in the
France house, at Cowles.
We have had some very cold
Will Brubakcr has gone on the
Harris farm, near C. Jackson's
Miss Effa Adamson, just closed a
very successful school at 31c Hope.
Literary Friday evening at G. A. R.
Pearl Cauffmau spent last week
visiting Grace Hicks.
II. C Probasco reopened school
Monday, after a week's vacation.
Mrs. A. Williams started last
Tuesday for a month's visit with
friends in Wisconsin.
A flag staff has been pat up on the
school house, from which the stars
and strips will float.
The members of the Sona of Vet
erans, went to Campbell last Friday
evening, where they organixd a
camp of thirteen mcLibcrs.
Uncle Billy Richardson and wife
returned last Friday evening, after
spending several months with friends
in Indiana. S .
Winter is still staying witfe us.
We have bad some very cold weather
the past week, better now than later,
when croping time comes.
Quite a number ot hogs are dying
from some cause, principal cause,
There arc meeting's at
m,1 ... a ,
'. cieuuu i
s little cirl
Mrs. Billings is able to be around
3Ir. Hitchcock will farm the place
where H. Stcffen and family used to
Inrin Collins is moving back to his
own place, he rrnted last tear tn J.
Oscar Provol was here frots
-? looking a ftrj his prop-rty.
Dirtnct No ia will ma
months more s-ehool.
JudeeStoae danchter has
quite sick in Smith Colter.
Quite a number of faraers were
closed out in Smith Coauty last fall,
aad the probability is there will be a
good ataay farms that will aat be
farmed at all this year.
By the way what ha beeeae of
Detais, we shoald like to hear frota
hiat arsis. Sin.
Raat of a
Neb., Friday, March
Joe Blair has been on the sick list.
Mrs. Dr. Tu11jb is quito sick-
Frunk Qui?y is home aain.
It now looks as if Buytl would have to
go. We hoi5 so.
There will be two tiekcU in the tield
for the city election.
Johnnie Iotter has lien
this week out is improving.
L. H. Deyo and vifo nave returned
home from Ohio. The retort n plena
Walter Warren has t:one to Odeu,
Utah. He went in charge of I). V. Park
J. L. Miller nnd J. (5. Ilrown, were m
Bloomingtou Wednewluy night on K. of
The Brazilian treaty of rxipror ity
has been fully declared betwi-en that
country and the Cnitexl Stnt.
The M. E. church folks nre having
quite an interesting time. The Gonj-el
Crusadere nre hero and the reltguu h
fevor is Baid to be increasing.
Tim A net mllinn linllnt lnu" 1H nnw in
full force and the coming city election
will bo on that plan. bile the law
is n little complicated one tiling is cer -
tain the election will be fair nnd Honest
under the now law.
A xon-in-lnw of Mr. Irn
bo unfortunate ns to have hu? leg broken
nt Holdrege, tho other dny bv a tJo sud
den stop of u D. fc -M. train, which threw
Mr. Joe. U raves. Das purctiasou uie
meat market of Geo. W. Lindsey, and is
now in full iKKtsession. Mr. Gnives is
well known in Bed Cloud and vicinity
nnd will do n nico business. He has re
mined Mr. Charley Theuiinfi,onoof tho
mnut prixtrineHl butcher in the state
who will superintend his baMine-. We
wish Mr. Grnves puccejw ns one of our
busines men. Mr. Lindsey will remnn ,
in Red Cloud for nwhile nnd then will
go west undoubtedly to grow vp with
the country. Tin; Cnu;i is wrry to
lose him from nmong our buHins men
as he wns n thorough going and suh-tUin-tinlinnn.
However w wih him nbiind
ant success wherever he may go.
Tho demorats if Illinois Hnnlly cap ,
turwltwoofthoF. M. H. A. nwi nwll, a a tu T
aSr-St'SSSls! o. Sr- Ctaaoi, Ext M & Pacific Rj,
er.JohnM Palmer for I mted States' Tfct Wnrt j chir.Jo!iH.ct.wa.
Senator. Cockrell nnd Mwre reruwni IVoria 15 Mojin-. iuk uumi . in Illinois :
to vote for A.J. Streeter on very siiniKy irrnpcrrt, Muwadnr. (Ktomra. fkw,
iirtitexts. and threw their HtlplKirt to II Molnr. Wlntrrt. Audubon, HarUn an4 Omixlt
democraU he incis nre ini-
hi been- life long nnd unlent btipiK rt
er or me HUieenueni CTi. uuu 1
mer lins been anything if not in league
with monowHes of nil kinds. It will le "
surprising to US if the two F. M 11. A, i
men's actions do not enple the ,-ariy ,,. ,
Illinois beyond rvcuinitton. Hie re ,
publicnns tTiel to do tho Sqiinro tiling 1
with eho Independent jmrty, but it looks ;
ns if there had been n tie up with the
democrats from tho first, ns they let (
slipnn oportunity of a life-time tn
elect a straight out nnd out Independent;
nnd refused to do M. ,
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Itch on liumnn nnd hores nnd all nni-,
nials curel in 30 minutes by Woolford s
Snnitnn Lotion. This nevor fniK Sold
hv T.li. Dmva. dnit-pist. Ked Cloud. '
Tbc Illllc Tycoon.
.Messrs Frank Cowdcn, Lew I'. Al
bright, and others are now engaged
i preparing that famous opera '-The
Little Tycoon" fur boards, in the in
terest of the Red Cloud lire depart
ment. Theltpera is one that :- full of
iutcrest and will be highly apprecia
ted by our people. The fact that
Frank Cowden and many of our best
amateur couimcdiaxi are interested
in putting it on the board i. evi
dence that it will be one of the best
entertainments that h ever been
.ccn in the city. Tliedtci will be
given later on, and when they are the
citizens should not forget to help the
fire dcpaitment out in rendering "Th
CUT THIN OtT.
If you buy $5 worth of
goods of C. Wiener for cash
aad present this lip you will
rcccivo in return 25 cents. Xot
good after July 1st, 1S91.
In Denver, Colorado, March 3. 1801,
f pneumonia, Mr. William K. O Rricn,
aged 32 yeaie, 11 months, and 0
Mr. O'Brien ti. born in Nova
Scot'a, and came to Boston, Maw., in
ia 15C9. lie has been a citizen of
Red Cload. Neb., since ISS3. By
those well acquainted with him, he
is detenbed as a young zaan of fine
charaetet, good education, intelligent
aad possessing dratoitic talent of bo
coaaoa order. His genial nature
and sociabilitv, together with & calu
rated natural ability, gave him suc
ee in boaiaer., but also led to evil
aoctitioc and diipatior. About
tx week ago he weot to Desver to
legia life taev, aad enggd with
the Un'ina Clothing CoaipBT He
was dill'gftst in ba:ntf asd leading
a straight forward life when striekea
Ui father, J. a O'Bric ef Haye
tatre. Neb., brosght ht reaaaiaa ta
Red Cla last Friday. Faaeral
aerriees wctc cecdaeted Satardiy
afteraoos by the Karats of Pythias
aad Fire dtfartajeet, Bev. Ge. O.
YeLer efidatiag Nalioa.
U. & Grt XcfOft, Aaf. 17. x
i Iain 1 nneeeary la hlldlirtli.
lr.:a n so looxr acxroarT tn child-
i birth. lt caun lrR underr-tood. arr
, t'&Uj OYercvmc. Aur -omaa mav oov j
j Ix-cotae a tnuthrr vtthoct affrr;n j
t paiu wua-rter. inc inuor ueiug niaor
. fhort, faj, ntatl I: on Irua danrr. Morn-
' isi oicknrit. dlcd limbs and all othrr
j like evil- cn be rapidly contrt41cx!, and
' all female di!-ea tpdilj cured. lhj-
, ician pronounce it a vondrrfal dicocrj.
J Never known to fail. i),l)0 ladie attest
, K merits. Cut thb oct: it may
i jocr life. Suffer not a day longer, bet
?"nd us two 2-cent itatcX. and reeetTe in
'elded envelope foil particular, tentltnon-
tAls conildeottal lettea. Ac. Addrr,
Frank Thomas A Co, Itattimora, Md.
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lir vlrme of an exenzxtott dlrrrW to w from
U lltiict wort of "Vtt:r eonatr. JCfbranta.
oo a tudj-rortit ohUlaed before aald euart at m
April A. I. 1V trtm Ol Webtrr rutr,
bralta. on tlie ZXt daj- cf April. IBto. m favor
of Jaltv-4 W ui-n and FayeOe I. Yvm a
ptaloUSa. atul acaiBtt mrabetb PpcV a
Werdnt, for Ue com of cram ttssdre4 ltlx
SvedoilanatMl forty ernt. and efctg tasnl at
?ii and arcrula. roats. I have Wie4 tfi tfee
(olniinr real est: taken a ta fmrprrtj 4
Mid tri esdaut. to atlf r ald JmJtticst Vnrlt
VoSn tblrt-en, fourteen aad irmrr la Mark.
twif-ntriwnen. In tb wrtstnal tew-s, rrw eHr f
Jetl tioud. Welrrtrr eouutr. JWbra. an4 wlU
oUer tbc j'e for aalr t ti hlkrt UaW for
eah In bndfm Um-
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tn II Cloud. tid coentr. at tao r-axt door of
UK eormbae ,that-ricx Ue tmiillat wberrte
tbe last terra of aald rwa.-t wm JhtMJ at ta
hour of o'eiork p. ta. o( -mid 4iy. wjrn aa4
wbere due fclaae will W irlveti Vj tbc a-a-Uert-ned
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tbi eta. b-rt3 Lraaaer W. Tttrra Mrs. H
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For A FEW DAYS
We have a new siock
Different than von ever wore liefore Come
and see our One Dollnr Pant, ri'cjyill
rip, so lons as vou both d live --
McMtt & Galusha.
S AR S APARILL A !
I "OR THE
It faihr tmt Nrrlas Hrllrlac mn
Blakeslee & Hatch
Arc Mra4r tmr Haattraa.
Clean, Fresh, New Goods.
Best quality, Lowest prices.
Having reopened tlie Cindnatti BK)t fe Sho ntcm;, formerly
oirat-d by Warner fc Wolfanger, w ofTcr to the
citizeiiH of Red Cloud and vicinity
bargains in Men's. Women's
and Children'? Shoes.
Carataaa ttnk aHl rraalrtag m aawrtally. fai TmruTt Ut
Blakesle &. Hatch'
itarj A. filxUoa tul Martia K. MaaV-
mj Y03 art b-rr-fcy ctill tktH
ea t lutb day of JsJj lv. I pmnjwm
tb folknrtiij; diKTill lot tvit !a Ua
Tillaa of GokJ Sock Lot 1, tVek 12
is WrtUFr Coaaty Sebrs.ta.
Taxed ia tb ta f Itarr A Kta;tta
aad peAd for tb 4iiq9st tax f e
jar J-ST, by tb eewaty trrT f
l"btr oratr, acsflroxt f93 aa4 11 at
t&mn&d cs or tHfrar i-rfj Kn. 1U
I val ak applkatioa Uf a trirr'a
3r L. Baca. Ajat.
U. B. SpfUicjlc,
AND LAS AgE
AjHt Marie TkMrl A nartaHata.
a atw A a . a i
Vol 18. No 31
Styles, Better Goods !
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Miles i Hayes
Patent -Collar !
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