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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1891)
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1 Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
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By A. C. Hoss
$1 to $7,
$1.50 to $10
25 to 75 cents.
Goods as represented.
Our Candidal c.
Our old and respected friend Geo. "V.
Hummel, will be n candidate nest week
beforo tho republican county convention
for troaauror. Georgo 13 a conscientious
fellow and ono of the best men in tho
county, besides being ono of those, re
publicans that aro worth 100 centa on
tho dollar. In our opinion tho conven
tion could do no hotter than to uominato
Georgo for that important office. If
nominated and olected, ho would run
the olTico carefully and economically.
Thon there is Henry C. Scott, if tho
republicans want to o to victory Biiro
and certain, nominate "Hank Scott" for
sheriff, and if ho is not elected, wo shall
bo willing to "call in our hopes." Henry
made ouo of tho best sheriffs that Web
ster countT over had, and will do to again
if nominated. Nominnto him by all
Then there is 11. D. Uanney, county
clerk, C. IS. Crone, district clerk, C.
Schenck, coroner, D. M. Hunter, supor
mteudent of sehools. Will Thome, sur
veyor, D. F. Trunkey, county judge.
Theso men havo all been tried
and found equal to tho occasion. Thoy
nregood men and honest republicans
and should be renominated and elected.
Tho independents have uol ono man on
their whole ticket that can compare
favorably to these gentlemen and if tho
convention acts wisely they will renom
Then in addition there is J. M. Chaffin
of Gnid Rock, candidate for county
judge. Also Mrs. Jessie Arnold for
countv superintendent Both of these
candidates are competent people and if
nominated and elected would make good
In a word tho convention should do its
level best to put up good honest and
competent men and then they will bo
sure of election. Tho people should stop
and consider that the county oincee
should be manned by competent officers
who -will do the business for the people
just tho same as if it was for themselves.
It is a delicate subject with us, but
we are very much embarrassed finan
cially and as free from money as a
frog is from feathers. If some of
you folks that owe us on subscription
could have a photograph of our
empty stom pocket, ou would
huBtle a dollar or so and change the
picture. Our casli receipts have been
so light the past month that a Hes
sian fly could cast them up in ten sec
onds We dislike this contraction of
the currency yery much, nnd you,
one and all should extend a hand to
help us out of the money panic we
art undergoing. P. S. Don't forget
to have silver in your hand extended
Investigate their merits. De Witt's
Little Early Risers don't gripe, cauee
nausea or pain, 'which accounts for their
popula'irty. Druggists say they would
Dot run a drug store without theso little
In the first place
best goods to
From $2.50 to
$3.50 lo $23
$ JlP s
30c to $2.50.
The People' VerdictCheer!
Xebrankn's Daisy, our own National
Chnmpinn of oratory, with her "Daisio
Hand" wins and justly claims tho grand
first prize for excellency of music in
the great band contest on Thursday
during tho unexcelled gathering of tho
wonderful Inter-state rounion of soldiers
nnd sailors at Ked Cloud, Nebraska.
"Hurrah! For Daisy's band." We havo
not timo nor space to print encomium?,
which each member of her band right
fully deservos, but would gladly sign our
"John Hancock" to an ntlidawt that they
aro all daisies, tho boys ns well as tho
girls, and successful will any gathering
be, if Daisy's band is there. This band
will no doubt join the grand contest in
tho j ear I8in, upon tho opening of tho
unparalloled exhibition of the world in
Chicago, whero Daisy won tho National
Diamond Pmo. Any one in tho world
desiring tho service of theso musical
children hnd better apply 0110 or two
years in advnnco and at once. Tho jeo
plo of our city should 1h on time and
havo these boys nnd girls return once
more, if ossibIe. Wo are all proud of
our Dais' and her band, and hopo soon
to havo them give us an elocutionary
nnd musical entertainment.
Died on the thirteenth of Scpteni
her 1S9 1. Wnllacc, aged two years
and twenty days, infant on of
and Oris Marv Jargcnsen after a brief
illii'S-' of twenty six hours. His
stricken parent -j have the heart felt
sympathy of the entire community.
All who knew him loved him he
was too frail a flower for this rMih
world and (lod took him to he a link
between his eaitMy home and heaven.
Other children may come to bless tho
home and grow up to noble men and
women, but his place can never be
filled, he will always be baby Wally
long after his ptrents are gr.y and
old. Ileisgonebnt not forever, wc
havctheblcsscd assurance that wc shall
meet again, wc know that our darling
is at reft and safe in tle arms of
Only a Hltlc child
I":iiim not here to wo
Scarcely on earth hoiuilrd
hre lie tell asleep.
Onlya little child
(UhI to ns had given .
Only fit for heaxen.
Only a little child
Such as jcmis blevsod
Wo were unreconciled
Only he thought best.
Cnlva little chil.t
That our love tfswd
Thai oar enres beguiled
That is now at rest.
M. U H.
The Secret oi succes.
C. L. Cotting druggist, believes that
the secret of succe$ is perseverance.
Therefore they persit in keeping the
finest line of perfumeries, toilet articles,
cosemetics, drugs and chemicals en the
market. They especially invito all per
sons who have palpitation, short breath,
weak or hungry spells, psin in side
or shonlder, oppression, night ircre, dry
cough, smothering, dropsy or heart dia
hse to try Dr. Miles' uacqu.-Ued New
Hart Cure. In-fore it is too Into. It has
the largest snle of niij similar remedy
Fine book oi testimonials free. Dr
Miles' Restorative Nervine is unsnrpass-
I ed t oc sleeplessaMs, headache, fit, etc..
ana it coataua bo opiates, 5
LET US TALK IT OVER !
Ave have just returned from the Eastern Market and have made every effort while buying to get the
I for the least money, AND
NOW let us hear from you, and give us your judgment.
come and examine our stock.
$2.25 to $23
.25c lo 2.50
5 cents to $1-00
Departed llii Life.
led at his home Sunday afternoon
ptcmbcr, 13, 1S91, at 2 o'clock, after
and illness of only a few days. Le
lond Anderson Hedge, age 1G years.
2 months and 14 dajs.
Funeral from the home at 10 o'clock
Monday morning, interment in Ked
Cloud cemetery. Anderson Lclaud
Hedge was born in Putnam county,
Missouri, Nov. 27, 1ST I. In the year
1SS4, he moved with his parents, broth
ers, and sisters to Ked Cloud, Nebraska.
Hero he ha: lived uutil the mesengcr
came Ho was a dear son and a lov
ing brother, always ready and willing
to do his part. He always loved and
obeyed his teachers and took sreat in
tcrcst in his Sunday School. His loss
is great that nothing will ever be
bright enough to replace it. Only
those who have suffered such a loss can
appreciate how great it is. Hcleavcsa
father, mother, six brothers, and two
.-istcrs to mourn his loss; but good by
dear brother, until the drama of this
mysterious life is over, and there, by
the grace of Him who loves us. we
will bid our trouble i hearts be still
and be reunited by .stronger ties than
earth has ever dreamed.
The drama entitled the "Tennessee
Scout' which has been played for the
benefit of the Sons of Veterans of this
city, under the management of Cnpt. "L.
D. Dobbs nnd wife, is a play that merits
praise v hero ever given to the public.
The spacious opera house has been
crowded every night to its utmost capaci
ty. The dramatis personage was made up
principally of Rod Cloud peoplo nud the
various characters were well placed and
acted much better than one would sup
pose for so brief a period of training.
The tableaux were beautiful, nnd when
it cam toeomic characters. Pat McRride
as Mike O' Flnnigan, Will Cozad as Hans
Schneider. Dell Olmsted as Ganymede the
colored cook, took the cake, bun and all.
The three characters were splendidly
representee:, qui no oetter tnnn the reist
only as to the comic part of it. Capt.
Dobbs and wife are hosts within them
selves, while the balance of thecompanv
did their several ports in a manner that
could not be duplicated by half of the
best actors in the countrv. The piny
was a decided success and wll taken.
The whole play was one calculated to in
spire one with the truest of patriotism.
We should like to mention each nnd
every participant but have cot the time
and space this week.
Bohemians and foreigners are net
wanted for office in Webster county bv
the calamity croakers. Only their
votes. In other words "no Irish need
Two Ter S !.!.
The New York Weekly Press, the
best republican weekly paper pub
lished ana hie L'iiief one year
$1.00. Come and subscribe now.
The fire company look fine in thefr
Webster County, Neb., Friday, September
2.5c to $1.75
Suits made in
the house !
25 to $40
Belln Caolden Troupe.
This truely celebrated actress, support
ed by a most excellent company of ladies
and gentlemon will produce two of their
now and successful plays at the opera
houso Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. -2
nnd 23 for tho entertainment of the
amusement lovore of our city. And ns
tho press nnd public have so strongly en
dorsed their performances, ns worthy
of the most liberal patronage. We opine
that few if any of our citi7ens will fail
to see them. Bella Golden, is a house
hold word in tho eastern, middle and
southern Btntes where her sterling
womanly qualities nml brilliant genius
has endorsed her to all. Sho is an easy
graceful nctress, nnd well suited to the
part she plays. Her association from
earlloht childhood have been with tho
stage. Sho combines a perfect famili
arity with its business and details. She
has an excellent full round womanly J
voice oi piensnni lone, ami sue ut-es it
with taste and judgement, anil without
resort to stage tricks of any kind. Tho
Springtield Missouri, Herald says of,
Thi excellent company pi yeil a two nichtV
encasement In Perkins iJrand ojK.-ra llouo
tins week. The production or "Tho Martyr"
jrtve our people an opportunity of feoin;: one of
the mo-t brilliant iIu presented an n here,
by a company tho strocsest that eer reached
this pUro. It wo ruasnllicrnt from the le
nlnin u eud, and mw svnerausly ppUudcil
On the cond cheilitis 'The Little Uuclie-"
w.,5 predated to a packed house, and proved
equally pleading. The- pla are the evcliuiie
property oi the iSoMen Troupe, and won 'sold
eu ' opinions here. The orchestra Is rompo-et
of artl-b..aad their niu-ic is cxceptioM.-iKy line,
their decnptie pieces taking immensely.
The band is ouo of the finest fn the ronri and
their remarkable street ilr.lK as well a their
choice elections, drear lar-e. appreciative
crowds eacti day. The ;Mer are worthy of
big crowds wherever they p and for thelat
fit teen e.irs hare been gvUing them In all part
of the country. Unlike itanj other compani'
tae rest oi me now i not an on m or.inie.
though Its worth a cowl dral to ec their drills.
Herald. 5prin?fleld. ilo Kescne teats ir-c.
Keneral admission 50c, childrcu undtr 12 jears
atreonr eats at Deyo's Urus
Our "own McKeighsn" and some of
the old soldiers had a misunderstand
ing at Grand Island at the reunion the
other day. JIcKrighan made an ad
drets there on General Logan, whtch
was said t be finf. but when they
called on him for hs war record he
thought they were attempting to in
sult him and proposed to give them a
physical demonstration of bravery if
the parties who insisted would step to
the rear so the report goes Why cot
send for Sullivan if these things are
soinc: to occur often?
Highest of all ia LtaTtaroag Power.
W X &i2&
WE HAVE SUCCEEDED. We quote you a tew prices Del-
The marriage of II. H. Hurley and
Mis? Kathcrine Spanogle occurred,
Sunday. Sept. K5, the Rev. Bayard
Craig officiating. Mr. Hurley is the
artistic 'ad man" in The Times compo
sing room. Mrs. Hurlcv has resided
in Denver but a short time, having
come here fiom Nebraska. Both have
a host of friends in this city who ex
tend hearty and tinccrc congratula
tions. Denver (Col.) Time.
The young lady above mentioned
is ihc youngest daughter of our wor
thy townsman. Mr. D. B. Spanoglc.
Mrs, Kate Hurley (ncc Spanogle) is a
well and fovorably known voung ladv
of this city and her many friends will!
take pleasure in extending congratula
tions. The Chiek wishes them many
happy years of wedded life.
T-iitcd Slates Senator A. S. Pad
dock came up from his home in Be
atrice Thursday for the purpose of ad
dressing the old soldiers at the re
union held in this city. The Senator
made one of his mos: happy speeches
which never fails to fill his audience
with a thrill of pleasure, in fct S n
ator Paddock is highly appreciated by
the entire people f the state for his
sterling qualities and his ever watch
fulness for the interests of the state
he reprcscnU o ab'y. While here he, wjll be i-nd Saturday's. The Srat
in company with Col. Gage made TnE,iMae miitt a orT cteubi appir-
i.mt. a very piuasawk can. i uc ecu
ator is one cf the most faith ftl ser
vants the state has ever had. Through
his able effort, in supporting the
meat inspection law. can be laid the
fact that Germany today again admits
Amencan pork to her realms. He is
lwavs oa ihe alert for the interests
of the frtatc. a thoroush republican.
and a roan to be depended upon.
Among those who attended the re
union this wek were a number of
the immediate relatives of Doctorh"er atlact of qainry.
Schenck, numbering 31 in all, thus
making a family reunien. They were
ohotocrirhed on the camp gaoand br
t- k-4 ,-i.i i, t.. n l-irt. rmnn
in anoi nt uiuwm, m. ...-.
r - f-.l l.;li fti T)rvtnr
replied, snd scldow with a hiBdiaaer
man at the head of the family.
U. S. GoVt Report, Asg. X7 H
60c to $3
35 cents to $1.00
BOOTS & SHOES;:
People arc through haying and arc Kimtoh Chiki Oram is coming
now busy in their broom corn. in very lo.
Wc understand Mr. Joe Taylor ban Dr Swigart and K. Lull of Homeland
a fine crop of peaches, and aho Sam- ; were on our t trceis Monday,
utl Martin and other. in thu neigh- The Band boy will give another
borhood. djiioc Friday evening September, IS.
Miss Grace Judd of Amloy is vi-' Mr?. Jatnc Burden ha rccoiTod
ittng her grand parents, Capt. Mun-jhcr full ,tock pf milliocry good,
sells The Hopubhcan will hold their
Miss Kvd Mmncl!, of Chicago, is j caucus at '1 o'clock Saturday. Septeto
visiting her parent and friend on a ber 10 in theG. A It. lull,
return trip from Gold Hill, Colorado, ; The infant daughter of Mr. ad Mr.
and expects to cross the range and J II. L. Kichrndifcr died Mendar,
visit South Park and other places of j September, II.
tntcrc-t before returning. V. S. Hall is erecting a new oorn
Mr. Ivct . Amark ha? bought the crib and granary on hi frm ronth
Collins farm. 'cast of town.
.lr. Huderber of Kan.-a it buy- Mr. Fred BartUtt f California i
ing cattle in this vicinity. -pending a few wools with hi ocin
Ai we were out riding, Sunday, wc Nol.on Bartlct-'.
discovered Brsdbrook,of Ked Cloud,. Bev Kir of Itfd Cfend, Mod ttc
photographing apples in CL Mnn-lpaljnt at the CwagrrgalioMal chorrh
sell.- orchard. Cnt. ha the finest or-! lat Sunday
chard in Webster countv.
Mr. Thornton, of the Blue Hill
Time-, ha established the MWebir
Coaniv Indernd3nt" at Cewlc. It
ance. The F.ditor was obliged to dif
charc his first subeditor, J.J
JUfer, rumor y?f for too frequent
nubibin!? of John StorT'a dnir. Are
nQt fnd cpendcQt rlJ Jape Wcoa-
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tQ' "ther namrfoaa m oar county?
G-i:de Itoei. Inarile and Bladen are
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school districts, also.
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I ,rtfct ,nd over SasdaT, ih sore
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'Mr IUtt. Urittrn at the - K. church1.
ii i nir.1 Tlr Wnlf -!Tei TrfTi
excellent screoa at the Cocgrtstics -
. efcfinilJI o.th.
Britten'i ?rm0a w highly aWd.
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raised screes Zoll'TS for tht object
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of its joys wbo th Liood k kdexj vita
iapantasa ad diss. Corrscttkas am
dttaos withDe WtttV Sarssitk. it
to do so justly,
Toe, to 8 1
$1 to 3.50
'; Gloves and
Qn-U: a ouuler from lb. ttwoilj
tUnding the rcnni.n hW at tU
county ?atlhi ..
The lambr bmc c to L
picking ap a quite a acraLtr of oer
farraert are buiidme grn-r.
Mr. B d: who ha teca confioo4
to her bed om; fTen or eht wrV.
is now ocTilccont.
Tboc atUndisg the ufc fair at
Lincoln, report having a Js-li tisa
and eemg the bejt fair rrrr held ia
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