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By A. C. Hosmer.
-t-Square Dealing Golden
I. T. I.
1 take produce and pay the highest market
price. 1 also keep a large stock of
Come and see me if you want good goods and
fair treatment at all times.
c. M. MYERS.
Fort Abstract Co., lied Cloud,
L. H. FOKT, M-i.aj.er
Furnished to all Lands in Webeter County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOTIi;E.
llnvinj; had ton year earrlence in rounty record and one f the most compMeset of Al
struct books In the state, we guarantee satMacilon. YH.r Invors solicited
All orders filled promptly tu.ooo dnIUr bond tiled
and unproved. Aildr"sorcallon ....
L. II. FOKT Manager, Red Cloud, Neb.
Best Coods Only.
CMteri Il Dr. 8amm1 Pitcher! pntoiptte ffcr ImfkaU
b Children. It cata!ai neither OpiwBXorhiemr
tfcer Narcotic svtNUace. It is a hanrie mahttitate
Ut Farefforic, Drops, SMthiMj Synps, aad Castor OIL
It is Flfcasmmt, Its gaaramtoe is thirty years' aee by
MilUsmi of Mothers, Castoriaslestroysirorsas saa aUsyi
fCYerishsess. Castoria areveats wossitias; Sour Sara,
cares Diarrhoea aad Wlad Colic Castoria ratteres
teethiar troahlos, cares
Castoria assissilatsa tho
aaa bowels, ciTiac healthy
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the Biggest Stock
Come and see me
The Cash Grocer.
coastiaatioa aaa ftataleacy.
raaa, regalatas t as
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
of Clothing; Furnishing Goods,
The most ignorant may reasonably
and very properly ask for enlighten
ment through the columns of a news
paper, but only those who are well in
formed and understand what they arc
talking or writing about should
undertake to teach, or attempt to fur
nish the information thus asked for.
If the "calamity shrickcrs" of the
independent party would properly ob
serve the above rule many of those
who are foisting themselves upon the
public as political teachers would, in
stead of trving to teach, be asking
for information. There would be
less cry of wolf, olf, " wherr there
is no wolf.
Il is not dented that there arc some
political wolves in the community, but
they arc trying to disguise them.eves
in sheep's clothing; and their irantic
efforts to alarm and deceive the hon
est voters may be styled a "howling"
effort, but cannot be called a uhovrl
ing success;'' for it i difficult if not
impossible, to conceal the democratic
hoofs and horns under so transparent
a covering as the independent "crazy
quilt" which is being patched up for
that purpose. H.
F. A. Good ot Cowlc5. passed
through Bed Cloud Monday on hit
return from McCook. He reports Earl
Paul, who was accidently shot, as do-
"ins well and likely to return home
this week or next. In pulling a pun
from the wagon it was discharged,
and two-thirds of the usele of his
arm was torn away. lis stood it
bravely, but would have bled to death
in a few minutes had not Mr. Good
and the boys bandaged it quickly.
It was over an hour before the wound
was dressed in McCook. A close call
but the arm is likely to be saved.
Hky ( I Frmaklin Academy f
1. Because it is thorough and
2. Because it is safe, the best of
influence, no saloons, careful hoper
vision. 3. Because it is, cheap, board $1.50
per week, books at cost. &c.
4. Because you need an education
and that is the best place to get it
Send for a catalogue.
The Blue Grass Palace of Creston,
Iowa, and the patrons thereof, will be
better informed as to what Webster
county can raise, when they view the
foe specimens of fruit, vegetables,
corn, Ac, that Geo. WhiUoa aud D.
B. Sponoplc have accumulated for
exhibition there. The specimens arc
the finest we have ever seen in any
I will receive bids ap to Aag 15,
'91 for eeBveyisg the city water to
tsc tttBBioa camp groaads, ail cam
ple te aad ready for ase by the 10th
day f September '91, iie of pipe
aotto st lets taaa eae iaeh, aad to
W aqaispes witk foar kydraats, aad
twe taakt of aot less than five bbl.
capacity eack. Esliaiates to bs ba.ed
ob price per foot. J. L. Mines.
There will be a atretiag of the re
pafelieaa ceatral eoauaittee of IVebster
caaaty, at the eoaaty eoart reoai ia
tse Mooa block, ia Bed Cleai, SaUr
day. Aag. 22, 1891, at 2 o'ekckp.
A fall atteadeaec is desired.
xt. uiuux, tJBurjsaB.
P. f. IraMT, Sccj.
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, August 14,
A Little too Brccz'.
Kditou Ciiikf: Day in and day
out you can hear loud-mouthed
individuals talk about -more money
needed" and that the country is going
to the dogs, because of mismanage
ment by the republicans. &c, and a
whole lut of silly trash of a simi
lar kind. Now, these selfsame
blowhards hate but very little
conception of the machinery and
ability tint it takes tjo run as vast a
government as the United States, and"
if any one should ak them any tiling
about it, it would be impossible for
them to make an intelligent answer.
Vet. you can hear them talk about the
fin?nccs of the government, something
that has caused the hair of our greatest
and most profound statesmen to turn
gray in trying to solve, but these agita
tors tell you. that it is a siuifle mat
ter to deal with, and all that is needed
is simply fifty dollars -p-e-r c-a-i t-a
&c. Their papers talk it. and in fact,
all of that useless kiud of agitators,
whose talk does more injury to the
great cause of humanity than all the
rest of the ills that flesh is heir to.
The trailers and hangers on to the In
denpendent party are principally men
whd have nothing at stake, and are im
bued with the idea that they are about
to become rich by a miracle or by the
aid of the brains of others, who have
succeeded in accumulating wealth,
while they have been crying thief and
robber, and have been too shiftless to
earn a living. Pick up thcic men one
by one. examine them, Mr. Editor,
carefully, and I will guarantee that
you will find the above statement the
rule rather than the exception, one
thing is certain, that you will find
that the bone and siuew of our
country "are not in it. As a usual
thing you will find them at work try
ing to make an honest living, paying
their debts a.s fast as possible, and
surely and certainly wiping them out
dollar by dollar, and ultimately will
become well-to-doj while the ther fel
lows and growlers are loafing around
and saying that he i getting his
money dishonestly, because they have
not the ambition or desire to labor
sufficient! to get enough to live ou.
and would rather make a loud noise in
order to make people think there is
"something rotten in Denmark" when
the cause of their poverty nine times
out of ten cau be laid at their own
door, and that too by pure cussednesii. , . . , ., . i.
.. ' :..,i.:i:. .A JL ,.... -.i aJ& beat serncc and can not aee why
for themselves, but always sitting
around complaining, and' waiting.
Micawber like, "for something to i
turn up" that will give them riches
and comfort without sivinjr anv
miuuub siivinjr any wuux i
I that kind of people are what will tooa
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cr orlaterundcrmiuc the balwaxk of our
CTcatot and best trovernment on earth.
A man may differ honestly in politics
the constitution grants, each aad
every one of us that right but every
honest and loyal American should
shudder at such treasoaable talk as is
being indulged ia by Bun who have
nothing to lose, and but little to gaia.
aad never will have. It is. ma-American,
disloyal to the government, aad
aaworthy of any otse, who loves his
couatry. Loyalty is certainly the
corner stone of all good .government.
The whole aim of the movement is not
for yonr own welfare, bat the welfare
of a lartre nambcr who cxneet tosiaks
by workiag upon the srmpathics of
i wr wao aave raiiea or aerer tasted
what is termed the sweets of wealth.1
All they waatis either sapaort from the
govcramcat or a chaace at seaw obcj
pile, aaa titea taey will be happy.
New Mr. Editor, I aWt-waat te tread
oa aay eae's toes, bat I deem it &at
a few plaia facts shaald aot iajare
aav oae, aad a laaresch taveatumbea
i ww prove u set all, saect all f sty
Hats, Boots, Shoes, &e. In the meantime you can
Tkc mmc Fcllcm.
To morrow the Independent- will
hold their conventional Cowlcs. We
notice that the fellow who have hung
on to the old parties for office arc now
hanging on to the Independent kite
with the hope of flopping into office
by that route. If the way the straw
bio is any indication of what is to
come several of them will be very
much disappointed when the ides of
November roll around. We don't im
agine that the independents will have
a walk-a-way. A great many people
are becomintr tired ff the thcoriea
advocated by their leaders, and are
stepping down and out. It is said
that the ring" has the ticket' fixed
for nominating at Cowles, tomorrow,
and if it pans o at that way. the tick
et will be dropped like hot .cakes. A
great many of the more conservative
independents kick on having a ticket
set up for them to vote, by ringMcrs.
Prof. J. It. Thornton, Representa
tive Wilson, Bankers Keohlcr, Simp
ton. Garrison, Implement Dealer
Klingman and Editor Shields of Blue
Hill, spent Monday evening in the
Gate city catching sparks from the
electric globes. Mr. Klingmtn was
herein pursuit of a license with which
he succeeded in convincing Miss
Maude Wilson that she ought to be
come a Mrs. Keingman. The pleas
ant and ceremonious affair took place
at the home of the bride's parent,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, in Blue Hill,
Monday evening. Aug. 12, 1891.
The Chief entares congratulations
to the newly married couple and wish
es that their married life may be one
well filled with all the possible joys of
There has be2s eoasiderablc said
about the voting of the tax list to
The Chief. The facts arc that it
was not by a party vote at all, but oa
the other brad, both republicaas. ia
depesdeats aad democrats were
among thoc whe cast a vote for this
paper. It wat not a party issae, but
miitf rr i4 tn which limner eoald snre
hoad "1,cd tranor for
doing his daty. If we andemasd
the word indepeadeat," it aieaas
DOtb;n? jf jt does boL meat, lhata aaa
a i -. - j j j
acts as his judgment directs with-
oat regard to party or creed. If it
means cy thing else ia that coaaec
t;oa we hve not be n fully advbed.
D. F. Scots aad wife aad thtir
daahtr, Delly, departed this week
far Moataaa, ia which state they will
take their fatcre hoaie. Mr. SeU
aad family har randed ia Weaatar
eoaaty for aaaat eight years aad tkWr
maay frieaas w.TI be aerrj is sear al
their departure from this caaaty.
liToweTer Tbe CatUT wisea tWm
prosperity aad sappiaesa ia their aear
same aad hope it will he a p!a&&aai
Jadge Traakey is fa:Bg
week ass tae eaaaty xen
arc Wiae; laakai after by
Via WiQiasaa has aaksa s
si dart is Jbasr's fttft.
the Price of The Chief.
Clothing House 1-k
A Card a! Tamak.
To the dear friends who cared so
tenderly for the precious rem ins of
our beloved mother, and whose kindly
heart.- and helpful hands did m much
to comfort and sustain us in our sore
bereavement, we tender our mot sin
Emma, Maiiki. and Makv Nvk.
Bed Cloud wants a creamtr. Kor
the people of Bed Cloud to want a
good thing is a guarantee that they
will obtain it. Republican City Inde
Wo are neodinn rain.
Oh, but wann't Saturday hot?
Mr. Hull and family, went to Itherton
Mr. Story aud wife, of Cuwfe were ia
tho Vale- Sunday.
Mr. Orchard of Exeter Nob., is taiu
ing bin father IL K. Orchard and family.
Mrs. Talbot and daughter of (Juido
Itock, arc visiting friends in the arta
Charley KeiKlo was on our treta
Mr. Jones and wife were vinitlntf Mr.
Hunter nnd family Tuetnby.
Mrs. IJently wa vinitinp Mr. AjerV tbe
fore part of the week,
Tlit re will lie a mutch game of lall,
Saturday, Auguat l."th, tietween the
Inavale Lot a and Farmers creek.
Mr. Sawj-er now ridea in a new buggy.
Mr. Editor, as this part ban not been
heard from for a long white, we will give
you a few itms.
Stacking is about all done aad the
buzz of the threabing machine b heard
in ererv direction, grain is tornieg out
Heroert Ogtlen baa been tick, too
many good thing? menu to be the
Sid Cox is on the aick lint.
Several of the young folks reprised
Walter Cox Tuesday sTeeing in boaor of
his l&h, birtliday, a good tisae reanrtatL
August Cth, was G. W. Baker's 23d.
birtidsy, his wife, children, aetgabora,
aad ladies of the G. A. ILShnaaa Circle
of lJed Cloud gave hira a grand saarisa
sevety-two prosa being pre went with
loaded baakeU. tber left him soaae very
n;ce presents aatocg tbem was a gold
star prase ated to him by ladisa of tha
G. A. K. Circle rfarseatiac that order.
Mr. Baker was Tery baprj by his friada
gatSenag to sarprise him aad was ready
to receive tbeas.
Saaa GIger'a barn was struck br light
nicg Thursday aoraisg bat so
damage doee only his sales cast
John S2a1&c west to Nebraska City
f last week.
Fred Prase has moved ta Amboy to
D. F. Scett's ptoca, d A8ea Caraaatsr
arhiacatUa. Mx.Soottie aeeaaeaag far
bis deaartare ta Mnataaa W are
to bare him Jeers bat
The FSeaaaat Hill achoal
Miss May CjuascaM
Mrs. Ktney of Marengo, III., pnt her
74th, birthday anniversary with hr mo,
E. Keeney she and her children bare
visit another sou at Dewrse, this wiwk
and from there Mrs. Kewicy and hr
daaghtor. Ma return to lllino ts.
IUr. Steely finds the climate of outh.
wrxt Miiwottrt dot not agrr with hi
health. He t expect! Vt return to
Two seere canes of jicWomm ar re
jorted, Mrs. Ham Burton, and oldst
child of Ed. Uatr.
Be. Wolf is Handing tbw wi-wk rt
heweettt. attending tbe caiapmetig
The Ladies of the Congregational
church will give a harvwt fewtlval on
Friday evening, for the lnefitof tha
church Th church will be decorated
with the fruits of the ftelds, the orchard,
ami the gardea. Cak and ice cream
will be sirred. X
Warm weather these daje.
Corn is bovtning. All predict a good
ielil, where they hae jen successful
enough to keep it ahead of the wesds.
With the exception of enme tUt bar
vesting Is completed.
Stacking la not all dons but !
greasing the tine d.
Meesrw. White I'rather antl
Thotaa havo purcttsed a new tbrftdter.
One of L.D. Thomas' littl Uj fell
from a tree, receatly and hurt his htad.
it was thought for a tims sertomdy. Dr.
Isom wascalleil. the littl Mow is rtport
ed all right now.
Mr. Tboralon Fos will Uch tbs
school at the Elm Creek school Iiouss,
aad Miss Olive Foe t th- Shebloa
Mr. Wm. Thomas L1 the mUforttis
to lose oae of hts horsaa tuA loag ago.
Thomas Crouch is bszziag arouad with
a aew mor.slayBg the weeds
Mr. E. Aodsrsoa'f grand deagater
from Kansas, is tSsitiag with him at
prases. E. IL K.
A feafc latrcaf ascai.
IsesM watsa k araaraatesS to
yam satinfaatan rassiU. t im
ars a rttara af are ban arias, Oa taia
ufa alia m auto t.iv fraaa rr Jrr)l.
sd Drsggist s betUs f Dr. XSag Sew
DiseaTery for Coaeematisea. It is gssr
satsed to bnrg r4if ia rtj mm, was
uJ for aay aCeztUm tt Tarast, Lsagt
er C4t. sack s Coswematiea. Islam
mstiea ef Leag, Bra-MsitK AHsitaa,
Whweyiag Cgagk. Cror ete-, sts. It h
ptesett sarfsgrsriUet'j tasla. trrfsea1f
safe sa! esa alvsjs km detras-s sasav
Trial awtthf (re t U IL lnon Drag
TE CHIEF wxe ta laarale. en
Moaday of thb week, aad was mrpm
ed aee that litIe city ferjriag bsg
ia Sae hapr- The haa aca are
all doiag well aad carry a nice lis ef
gaeds. The cheese factory, aader the
aperiatcadcaey f Mr. X B. Hart
wcll ij oae of tie ysWtaatial tcr
prisa af the town sad draws trade
J from all over the wustcra part of tie
caaatr. Mr H. a thcfraagh aad caaa
peteat ch ee maker aad has aaeeeed
ed ia pUciag a rrpatitiea tm Uk Iaa
vale cheese tha carria with it laaari
arity whererrer k U said. Totc
CaiKr ia plaaaad ta see IsaraJc as the
. S. CsVi Kspait, jVag, 17, iU
Vol. in. No.:.
Maay iivss tr lik m basket of or
ripe atisiasr fruit sfctUd for ut, Kt
oaly ta ha east aat.
Diidioeasty wWayaatusUy rsult ia
bwtruction. Trsa " ChihaMaiiay -tsrs
practically into tha haaastas stefy
ibiy life. -
It U eay enough to talk. bl aai Si
w j evy to talk about something
A company of coneecrale! )uum
le in a charch t a bditea'tt:Sajr
I4wtor. Tly w ill put. aaeaaaBBW hds
heart, fire into his aaaaia9aiBa1t'lae-nt
iu. into his ahaatJlsaBSBary.
A baaslSBB?JaSaMmtr l o-d
oae gSSaVP'sSSfS tha abeeflt oo-
Maay charchea aad Uimtt tueislavts
cltaslsg porkal ImbAl up trso intsd
of soub down town,
TbeaclMol of itfnw i free
A UilJed heart can afr ! xt
alle unU Ue IrtL T1ir ia nH nm
eaough in the heart for tao 0d
It U folly for a man lo i to tag a
aim4e iifs ! (ct th ressfd aad
bUssdsgM wbirh r tW heritage tlst
which worketh HgntouMs.
Tint U a gioi ktad U cbsfitr tiat
tegas at hem. JfUtKU-l it lUmm &H end
Vousg Qhristiaas hv'M ar be gull,
ty of Ulkifig !aag. It U lb laagaag
the bon-n i'key, th gambW, 1 Jkm
11 ail ti ditmiit outl wp tha
aambsr of psraoas tbs-y ia iI to church
Ur past saoath. They will r4'e to
iariie mora aeat sseetk.
The iaafi wh talks ta hut steep i mm
aapleassst thlag lt bars mrotmL Bat
hs ia agreesUe eamjtsred with U m
whi aleeps ia his talk
riest Hsseasatuwa oftea last, ft stay
bs m with the straSbfer wh droafeJ la
to yoar eh arch last Seaasy for the Srat
tiaaa. What was hm eseiw.ite hi jvtt
Wa da aet asad m saaeh ts atlaat hs
WUa to the Oats as n A tU Utaea
There ts a mabty Jaefesop U(t
Jwrrtag hetl ef Ifce trath aad the truth
hariag he4d ef yta.
A AS)asseSMM aacaa.
Te heWag f the nW rk ia a
city seareety, Sfly year e4 vSt he a re
sssfheUe evesrf. W4 Mf K wSf realy
sry e4 tae SisSseaiJea frri ! ff.
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thrir eaeets sir awes i. Tssasis.
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