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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1891)
Friday, April 24, !
Entered at tlte 1'obI Office In Itcd Cloud, Jn'cb.,
as mall mntterof the wcond class
Oil cake at Deyo's.
A. U. Boiler is in the city.
New goods at Mrs. McBride.
Harry Conovcr was in the city this
New style spring carpets at Cozad
& Co's. 35-4 1
Mrs. It. V. Sbircy is Iiomc from
V. K. Gump is in the city from
Sec the pretty pattern hals at iMre.
Nohbicst hats in the city at 3Irs.
Dr. J. II. Rcmsbcrg, was in the
city last Saturday.
Mr. Joi-lyn and wife of Orleans
were in the city this week.
Cotting has the finest and largest
stock of wall paper in town.
Aaron Conovcr is fixing up his resi
dence property in nice shape.
Lost: A large Bum of money, by
not buying wall paper of Deyo.
Haven's, horse, cattle and poultry
food always in stock at Cotting.
A new line of stationery, sponges
and toilet articles jul received at
If you want a warranted pocket
knife for a little money. Call on
Paints, oils, varnishes, brushes and
everything in the paint line at
A young lady from Itivcrton, is
is vibiting with Miss Fcrmor Crosby
Latest novelties in hats, ribbons
and flowers just received at Mrs.
Mrs. Snyder, the lady who gives
lessons on the guitar, is a guest of
Mrs. S keen's.
Kcmcmbcr Wiener carries a stock
of shoes, and that he will undcrscl
any one in that line.
Joe Garbcr has one of the finest
wheat fields we have observed this
year. It looks elegant.
Cliarlcy Hunter, the affable and
courteous live stock dealer, was in
tlie metropolis this week.
1. S. Heal has recently made nice
improvements to his residence audi
added a fine coat of paint.
Talking about pants Wieners, is
selling a good strong article at 75 cts.
to $1.7)0 worth from $1 to $2.
C. L. Cotting has a fine lot of flow
ering house plants for bale. Orders
taken for plants of cut flowers.
Wiener is offering a big bargain in
plow shoes at prices ranging from 7f
cents to $1.25 worth from $1 to $2,
Kcmcmbcr that The CiUKF has the
best selection of horse cuts in the
city, and bills printed at hard times
Prices reduced on my entire stock
of ladies dress goods, notion, hosiery,
aces, hamburgs, etc., at Mrs. 1". New
house's. Wiener has received his new stock
of hats, good wool hats at 25ets. Also
the latest styles oi" spring hats in
Miss Cora Clcgg arrived in our city
last Friday from Alabama. She will
spi'iid the summer with her aunt, Mrs.
Cr. W. Limlscy.
The mins of the last few days has
covered a robe ot verdure over
Mother Earth, and the farmers and
their stock are both happy.
Owing to the hard times and scarc
ity of money I will sell goods at cost
and some below cost. Please call and
he convinced, Mits. F. Newhouse.
Pension Attorney Porter reports
four Pensions obtained for citizens of
this county since our last issue.
Spring trade in his line is opening up
The IS. 11. M. society of the Bap
tist church, held at K. li. Fulton's
last Tuesday night, was largely at
tended, ami a very pleasant time re
ported. Or. A. 0. Faulkner, of York, Neb.,
was in the eitv this week rcorjan
izing the Camp of Modern Woodman.
The new camp will get there this
time iu good shape.
The public schools entertained
their children and the patrons with a
fine entertainment on Arbor day.
Several tttes were planted, and the i
nrn rri, w.s vllont
program was excellent.
Oliver Downs lost a fine jrold
one da) recently on the street be
tween his house and L. 11. Deyo's
drug store Finder will be rowarded
on leaving the same with him.
r. and iMrs. h. li. bmith, desire. 0r panic everj time one of these mes
to return their heartfelt thanks to all rpes nrriveiL They always reach
t-;i f.;,j, -.., i i t Homo marked collect,' and so there is
kind friends who so generously assist-. no chanco to shoro exnense olT onlo
cd them during the
death of Mrs. Mary A
Nellie Fort, entertained hrr httln
r j .i - r. i i ,j
friends this afternoon by a birthday
party in ncr uonor. llie little lolks:" r. uiameKeopsupuiocorrosnonence
ii - .i......t :. .. i xr- x- it- !'ith vigor Itudini will run up n white
had an ek-ant time, and Miss Nolhc H;u: and call the dbenssion off. They
received quite a autuWr f fine prea
Used in Millions of Homes
We can astouish you by
prices on window curtain
paper. U L. Uotting.
Go to Wir,. Zcluff, for a good hall
cut, shave, shampoo, or sea-foam, on
east fiuV Y ebstcr Street.
Kev. Geo. K. Taylor of Iudianola,
will preach at the Congregattonol
church next Sunday morning and
F. V. Taylor has greatly increased
bis stock of furniture, carpets, cur
tains &c, and won't be under sod.
call ind ecc him.
Flour of both winter and spring
wheat, groceries and garden seeds.
First door south of Miner Bros.
C. M. Mveks, Prop.
M. Wilson. Ag"L
That The Chief has a fine selec
tion of cuts for horcc bills, and that
we do the work at hard times prices.
Come and ace us if you want the
For Sale Cheap.
A good Columbia bicycle. Apply
at this office.
Xoticc to Teaclicr.
Notice is hereby given that I will
examine all persons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers ofthe public schools of this
couuty, atKed Cloud on the third
Saturday of each month.
D. M. Hunter., County Supt.'
Millet Seed For Sale.
F. E. Goblo lias ot 100 bushels nice
dean millet eeeu for sale, -hnnuire i
oflice of Traders Lumber Co. lied Cloud,
Children Cry for
Itch on humnn and horses and nil ani
mals curod in $0 minutes by Woolfortl's
Snnitnrv Lotion. This never fnils. bold
by L. IL Deyo, druggi stated Cloud.
CUT THIS OUT.
If you buy $5 worth of
goods of C. Wiener for cash
and present this slip you will
receive in return 25 cents. Not
good after July 1st, 1891.
It is nuite the fashion now to tnko De
Witt's Little Eprly Risers for Jivcr,
storach and bowel disorders. They ero
small pills, but mighty irood our., c. t..
cotting sells them.
There ought to bo n law passed in
Connecticut that railway restaurant
keepors shall date their apple- pies.
Turefies the blood, iucreaes the circula
tion, expels poisonous humors and builds
up the system. V hat more do yon warn a
medicine to perfoni? Do Witt's Sarsnpa
rilla is reliable- Sold byC. L. Cotting.
Speech is Bilvorn, silence isgoldon, gig
gling is brazon, and laughter is often
Very popular, verv sin nil, very good.
De Witt's Little Early liners, the pill for
constipation, bilionsness, hick headache.
For sale by (J. L. cotting, Druggist.
Tommy: "I wouldn't liko to bo n preach
er's little boy." Aunt: "Why?" "Oh he's
got hundreds and hundreds of slippers.
They nro scattered nil over the house."
A beautiful skin, bright eyes, sweet
heath, good appetite, vigorous body, pure
blood and good health result from the
uso of DeWitt's Sarsaparilla. It is sold
by e. i.. cotting.
Husband: "Woll, yes; I--I think it is."
ifo: oil, tho next tune I catch you
talking to tho girl, I'll discharge her
and do tho cooking myself." 'That cured
Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism, and
most diseases originate from impure
blood. Cleanse it, improve it, pnrefy i
with Da Witt's Sarsaparilln and health is
restored, strength regained. Sold by o.
He: "Jiecomo mine, I-iouisc, and
through lifo 1 will treat you liko an
angel." She; "that means nothing to eat
and nothing to wear, 1 don't liko tho
If food sours on the stomach, digestion
is dofocivo. Do Witt V Little Early
Risers will remedy this. Tho famous
littlj pills that novrgripo nud never dis
appout. Sold by C. L. Cotting.
"I hero Parson Putup talking in tho
parlor." "No; that is our new minister."
"A ow minister! Why, it is tho samo old
Do Witt's Little Early Risors never
gripo or cau&o nausea i 1 1 Ji i". s ure,
assist rather than force. Best little pill
for sick headache, chronic constipation,
dyspepsia. Sold by c. -..cotting.
Teacher (at tho mission Sunday
school): "Ves, children, Daniel was cast
into u den of lions, but not one of them
dared touch him. How strange " Pupil
-.scornfully): Aw, dat's mithin'. 1 seen a
duck do that net in dor cirkis last vear.
cousipaton,lilood-ini.ou, lover! Doc
tors' bills and funeral uxpensos cost about
two hundred dollars: DuWilt'tt Jjittlo
Karly Kiscrscosta qnartur. Take your
choice, l'or salo by c. t, cotting.
VThen Paby was sitlc, wo piTC licr Car-loria.
Wln tOio was a ChiM. slie critM for Castoria.
Wlim bbo lxcamc Miss, sJmj clung to Castoria.
When she bad Children, slu: ga c tbcm Castoria.
It costs about $1,000 to tiro a shot
from one of the big guns on an Italian
war vessel, but it turns out that a
diplomatic war on paper is not much
cnenper. omco tiaron favas recall
Sccrotnry lllnino has direct.! his Jinlo-
matio notes to Marquis I injuria!, who
has been obligetl to cable them ovor to
the homo government, at an exenso of
1111! cents a word. Now everybody
knows that Mr. Blaine's notes" are long
enough to cover ?everal sheets of fools
cap, and it is contidentlv believed that
tlkfk Itnlinn riinnct-v l-tit? Iwm - ont
Uncle Sam. Ho is rich and could stand
it, but it wouldn't bo Klito diplomacy,
ni.d po lUily foots the bill herself. Tho
h - - t letter cost $C7.oO, everybody
.over hero will npree that none of the
lMn prisoners were worth iu Perhaps
might as well go to war at once, and of
course Italy is in no condition for thaL
- PlattsHiouth Pern Id.
- - 4o Years the Standard.
Salary, 25 per Week.
Wanted: Good Agents to sell our
general line of merchandise. No ped
dling. Above salary will he paH to
"live" agents For further informa
Chicago General Supply Co.,
178 west Van Burcn St,, Chicago, III.
DO YOU WANT?
To Save From 2ft to 50 cents M
Every Dollar Yon Spend
If so, write for oar illus'ra'cd cat
alogue, containing illustrations and
prices of ever thing manfacturcd in
the United States, at manufacturers'
prices. 10,000 illustrations, all lines
represented. Catalogue mailed free
on application Address:
Chicago General Supply Co.,
ITS west Van Buren St., Chicago, 111.
FOIt HARDWARE & STOVES
o to Zflorliurt'i.
He has the finest line of stores
ever seen in the city. He has th
celebrated Garland cook and heaters,
and a full line of others equally as
good. Hardware at the very lowest
figures for cash. Do not buy stoves
or hardware until you sec me. Opera
house block. Webster street.
-- !- -
The Best Salvo in tho world for cuta,
Ilruises. Sored, Ulcer?, Salt Rheum, fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped hand?, Chilblains,
Corn, and all other Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give paVfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. l'or sale by L. H. Deyo. 33
A teachers meeting will be held at
Cowlcs on Saturday. May 2d. An
interesting programc has been pre
pared. All teachers and others interested
iu education arc requested to attend.
D. M. Hunter.
Of the best lot in the city. When
in want of anything in this line re
member 1'crkins & Mitchell's old
j-tand one door south of Miner Bros.
Seed Corn Tor Sale.
You can leave orders at J. L. Min
er's or mv place. C. C. Coon. 35-tf
A fine fctock of groceries
will be sold at a bargain if
taken soon. Call on or address,
Jones & Krans, lied Cloud Neb. tf
Children Cry for
Woman Health and Lite
ileiieiMls mote on reirularitv on anV or all caus
es combined .u annul or living cleat li Is the
result of ilemniieiiiviit of the functions which
makes woman ulmt .Mit: Is; Inline Hate relief is
theonly .sifej-uanl at;aiii8t wreck and ruin. In
ail cases of stoppage, delay, p.nuful or other
irregularities iinuuiem s female Keguuiior is
theonly surj i emetly. Sold by all druggists.
I used three bottles of Mother's Fneml,"
and when I was sick Ineer went to bed until
li;:(0, and my b was born at 3 a. tn. with
.scarcely any pain. I will do all I can iu recom
t'lenilln It to t-A'-cctaut inothurs. Your thank
ful friend, Mis. J;.F. Waltcrlius, Marlon. O.
Sept. IhOO. 37-tt
Sorrows aro housed in
nro sheil over them.
tho tears that
Worth Hundred of Dollar.
My wife ned only two bottles of "Mothers
friend" licfotu her coiilliieincnt. Sayn she
would not 1'f without it for hundreds of dollars,
lind not half as much trouble as before. Dock
Miles, Lincoln l'aiish. Lit. iold by all droi;-
Woman has been compelled to suSer. not
only her own ills, but those arNnif from a want
of kuouledeou the part of those with whom
she is connected. In tlio mansions of the rich
and the hovels of the poor, woman has bejn
alUe tiic patient Ietim ol ills unknown to man.
Hut now-the hour of her redemption ha) come.
llradflold'.N Female Kegulator cures all dis
eases peculiar to her .se.. xld by all drug
Kists. mmammm mmmmmmmmmam 37- t
Tho firm of Perkins fc Mitchell have
dissolved partnership this tiny, April 7,
1S'.)1, having sold out to C. M. Myers,
who assumes all liabilities of the firm.
Wo tako this method of thanking our
customers for their tintronaire for tho
past 1- years while engaged in the mer
cantile business and recommend to 'you
our successor, C. M. Myers, who you will
tmd honorable in ml ins dealings and
worthy of ycur patronage.
Pekkins it Mitchell,
I. VT. TI'LLEYK, JI. D.
Itcd (loud, . XcbranKH.
OHJro ttpiuiNltc First N:ttivn:tl Hunk.
U. S.K.uuinln; Miii-fon.
Cliruiiir ttisc.isci trv.itfil . nil. '
Cure D)icfHkla, IIcartkmrBt Mil
ncMs IndlgcsUont Urcrf C-rapUlsl
Clear the Complexion frtrm tPIrrplW
HIotchrMJiul SallotVHcs Care eTrar
form of Headache. An Excellent AfMff
Thce LUllc rilln have laeMMt
feet action anil pleasant rlct faajr
pill ever made. Sold by Draggis, c
cut by mall Tor 25 rent. rj.
Hacth. " " m- Safe.
E. C. Ii: WITT A: CO., Chlcaco, III.
Miles F. Hayes'
Patent - Collar !
For sale by J. O. BUTLER
Bed Cloud, Bockeje
Usujysm shop. -
" ' ' i,- m55B
Jm A ffaSHBHaW
3c jv- wbbbv
Cannot afford to buy poor goods because they are cheap.
The Cincinnati Shoe Store
Goodyear turns or
Plain or Patent Leather Tips,
Button, Lace or
Optia or Common
$1.60 to $6.00
Kubber3 and llubber Boots,
Hunting Boots, Plow Shoes.
WAK.VER & WOLFAXGER.
State of Nebraska, )
Webster County. )Ea'
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims and demands against
Hannah Brown, late of Webster county,
deceased, that tbo time fixed for filing
claims against said estate, is six months
from the 1st day of May, 1891. All per
sons are required to present their claims
with the vouchers to the county judge,
of said county, at hisoQice therein on or
before the 2nd day of November, 181)1;
and all claims so tiled will be beard bo
fore the said judge, on the 2nd day of
November, 1891, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon. Dated this 20th day of March, 1891.
37-4t I). P. Tkuskrv, County Judge.
AiilMIorsc Tlilct AsoclHlIon.
Tho Webster County Ifatual Protection
and Anti-Horse Thief Association meets
at Cowlcs on Saturday previous to fulling
of the moon each month.
F. Hodoson, Sec'y.
D. B. Spanogle,
and Loan Agent
W. L. DOUGLAS
and othrr ncl!
tlr for OcntlemeB,
muted. nnl -o nttmiwd on tiottnni. Ariilmi
W.L. l)OL'C:i.AS,lrck-a,MM. SoMbr
IIERV DIEDRICII, Boot aatl
Shoe Dealer. Red Cloud.
rUCfJO iWTtO WTH THE C0 OUfHT Of THIS COWmtT U MT
wow tuuiu nrotMinoM raon a truer o this n u o nrf
ib i-uaa wunst m im nan cuo, jout, ottaam.
"Peoria, JU Sal, Moluw, Roca Zauai. la ILLXNOJS;
DartaBert. Mn-catlae, Ottuatwa, Oakaloaaa, Sea
Motaaa, Wlatomi, Atatalwa, Bariaa aaa Osaadl
Saflk. la IOWA i atliraajBlH aaa St, Faal. la MrK
VXSOTA: "atmava rat Men TPalk. la DAKOTA;
Caaaana. St 3mph aa4 Turn CKr. ia MS80UTU:
Oaaaka, Uacols, Tairt-ny aaa Xaaaa. ea KXMLASKA :
AtcUasa. LaaTcavefls, Hinaa. Trrrfct. HlralT.
Wfcalta, BtnrrUl. AMtew, oa4ai CKr. CaMvcQ. fa
XSnrfOBT: Dantr, airala larlaai aaa !.
aa cradsc bad, aaTec-Uai ttw ttarc ftatllKai af later.
atXFFS aaa OXAXA. aat
scrr-or, colokado tnxmm mm tcmma -m
KAStAS crrr aaa TORKA aaa -rtaSZVQaVnr.
raat-Oaai Day Caacaea, TMMX UCLErBrrj CKAZX
cabs. aa4 ralan
LaatCMr. Ora aa
LASTO aa taa
TfeavBBffT. Ata9 T)a
lca BOC7X ftaaaXat
era. Sew -fajav, KXSSXATCHM
t mm. i i m 3r
DM MOOTBL CM3K3Z.
I aaa YBBHaaa. TBS JaXS
Bfe-aet aa rawaea law ta aai
a-aaTrlaall.i.7naa I-ak aa ajaaaraaaTaajy sat
BA2LT rAsrlpmxM mi
Tiaa-a aat laa Iiiaaa Twrt-atr. ATaa -ria Aiatm
Cordoraa McKay tewed
DogoU J Hand Sewed
Parin, LaadoB or Globe
Plain or Cap Toe
All Width-, All
$1.50 to $6.00
Fine Custom Work and Repairing
Place for Honest and
SARSAP ARILLA !
FOR THE BLOOD.
It h I he kent Spring Medicine on
Dry Goods House !
Of Ladies' and Children s Gloves and 31 ills,
One Day Only Saturday, April 25th.
We will show you the Largest and Ucst lot of
Cotton, Lisle, silk gloves and Mitts
You ever saw, and at prices that would astonish the firm that made them.
These goods were shipped here to be sold at whatever
they will bring, and if yon want to see how 1 can
Cut Prices wiien I have the chance to do so
at some one else's Cost. , .
I .will' warrant
- .sto -1
HILL AN CftEEVft
Plain or Cap Toe
Solid Counter and
Fine line of Baby's
50c to $2.00
a Specialty .
Good Goods !
Blakeslee & Hatch.
TO It A. HANDY.
ATTEND THIS SALE !
these goods first-class in
f-ift,' - .
F YOU SHOULD TRAVEL OER TttE WORLD
AS FAR AS YOU
A BETTER 50AP
CHAS. M. MYERS,
Having acrtircri the liiwrcf or iVrkltt V .Ullrhcll In lac irccr)
line will lierenflrr take all irler for
Flour, Feed, Groceries
And Garden Seeds.
(arden Seeds a y-Kvialty at
hand. ('all and
M Wilson, Manacjer
R. V.Siurev, Pre. IIe.nuv Clarke, Vieol're. 1.. II. Fort, CmMu
Ki.i.1- A iimiEV, Aiait4nt Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BAnK
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
CAPITAL,, - S75,000
Transact a general banking businc--, bnv anl ?dt county warrant, alic
county, precinct and aoIiooI district bond.s. I!uy ami ctl foreign embattir
Jan. McNcny. .1 . A. Tiillcp, L U. Von K. V. Slurry.
John K.Shirey. K. 1. lltjchland.
Henry Clarke, A. .. Kiumnj.
lripiirfur uf Hie
City Bakery and Restaurant,
For u good Square meal. Itoar'lini; aul l.iMluiMg l la) or rr
All kliula oT Ire-h llreatl. I'ie- and Take. llt'Mliiartrr
Tor OrmiKe, l.eiuoa- and llaiiana. ll kind of frch
Triiil and (and, uf. luar-,'l'ola . rrrli Ojatrr,
and 14 e cream in t'iioii.
I us. IIkkhukgf.k,
One dav oniv and CASH ONLY
TfAN SANTA CLAUSJ
qET TO KMOW.
pn-M-nt, a Iiiu n-ortment
Ic't of the bet st-txls in
C. M MYERS.
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