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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1892)
By A. C. Hosmer.
Stock has been Replenished
we could find.
We are ready to furnish you with well made
honest goods at Lower Prices than
OUR ASSORTMENT OF
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, HATS,
MEN & BOY'S BOOTS & SHOES.
TRUNKS. &c, IS LARGER
Than you ;ill find in any house in the Republican Valley.
And employ First-class Tailors, if you desire
clothes made to your measure.
Our Prices and Quality of goods, will convince
you we are desirous of keeping the trade
Qf those that have patronized us in
the past eight years,
And to make customers of all others who will call and examine
Eternal Vigilance is
s Short of It
We also keep on hand a large
Eagle Clothing House,
C. WIENER, Proprietor.
the Price of Liberty,"
Red Cloud, Webster County,
m ' 1
and One Dollar a year
Neb., Friday, March,
Important Even In for Rcpublf
April 27th State Republican con
vention at Kearney; Webster
has 7 delegates.
April 23 County Republican con
vention to be held at Red Cloud.
June 15 Congressional Republi
can convention at McCook; Webster
county has 10 delegates.
June 9 Republican National con
vention at Minneapolis.
May 5 Republican convention at
Holdregc for the election of National
Republicans should keep these
dates in mind.
Senator Paddock's postoSzo bill
has passed the senate. Nebraska Is
more ably represented to day by Sen
ators Manderson and Padlock than
she has ever been. The state of Ne
braska can feel proud of her republu
can representatives in congress, for
they are exqfcnt ?ork.rra and never
uisu a qpp.ortun.iiy to. Co good work
for tb,c Sitfc.
With the return of prosperity, The
CuifcF icturns to its accustomed size,
a bis. column quarto. There is no
particular money in newspaper sub
scriptions, especially at o.n& dojlay per
year, yet ?o fel h$ to fceep abreast
of thp ty,es, it fc teeessary to ohange
th.c. paper. Wo hsvo always done our
level lestto give cur patrons the news
nd shall continue to do so. We hope
our friend3 will assist us in gathering
news and sending in new subs
CjOYqiftor 8oyd of Nebraska has
published bis itecesion not to call an
extra session of the Legislature. The
members of that body are aversed to
leaving their work and business for
another session and it woidd p un
constitutional o rfcappwjtyDft the- State
into Lgisjat'Y and c-wigyessiaoal dis
tricts, tfius. are Wasted tliO J)omo
crqtic hopes of another xGtcsq uely
iulutio grrviuaner and of the theft
of on- or jwo more presidential elec
tors from a Republican State Denyer
The so-called decision of the United
States supreme court in the Thayer
Boyd case doubtless appears more ab
surd to every sensible citizen with
each days consideration. The idea
of the whole sale making of citizens
without their request, knowledge or
consent, is repuznant alike to propri
ety and patriotism. Should such a
decision be good law, every Indian in
the territory at the time of Nebraska's
admission is made a citizen as fully
as Mr. lioyd. But siuce the court
stood on the alleged decision four for
and four against, it is to be hoped
early steps will be taken to deny its
validity. Hebron Journal.
Did you ever stop to think that
Red Cloud had the best water power
in the state cf Nebraska, and it is
not artificial either. The Republican
river at this point has a decided fall,
much greater than elsewhere, and
with a very little expenditure, a ten
to fifteen thousand horse power can
be developed. Eastern capitalists
and manufacturing institutions who
are looking after immense power, that
is both cheap and plentiful should in
vestigate it. The water power sur
passes Kearney, and any other Ne
braska point. We have good ship
ping facilities to all parts of the world
via the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
Railway, one of the greatest roads in
America, besides other roads are com
ing this way. Red Clond has a natur
al drainage and is a beautiful little
citv of about 3000 souln. Coma and
see us and be convinced of what we
Disease never successfully attacks a
system with pure blood. De Witt's Sar
saparilla makes pure, new blood and en
riches the old. C.It'Cotting.
is the Price of The Chief.
People Mnns Convention.
The voters of the city of Red Cloud
without regard to party affiliation are
invited and requested to meet in a.
people's mass convention at the court
house on Monday evening March 21,
1892, at 8 p. m. Bharp, for the purpose
of placing in nomination candidates
for the several city offices to be voted
for at the regular city election, to be
held Tuesday, April 5th, 1892. Also
to nominate two members of the board
of education. G. J. Warren,
Chairman Republican City Cora.
F. . Richardson,
J. L. Miller,
For the People's Independent Party.
?. J. Ward,
Memtafs democratic Committee
A self-binder has been invented and
patented, using instead of twine or
wire tho straw of the grain being cut,
U promises to revolutionizs the har
vest business and knock the life out
of tho twine trust. The next thing
in order will be a straw trust, and
when it comes to that the farmers will
hold the grain end.
It seems that McKcighan in his
Htlo five minute spceeb in Washing
ton the other day remarked. "That
tho democrats would take care of the
silver bill." This little remark innck
vertantly slipped out but tho demo
crats arc always sure to Sod him upon
any important x&aier to them. We
never; doabied that he was a sincere
democrat, only that his outf ide coat
is alliance, while his regular garment
is democratic. Nelson Gazette.
Bright people are thi .juieiest to
ognize a good thW3 anil buy it. We soli
lots of bright yopie the Littlo Early Ri
per, t OJarnot bright these pills
$ Hjnaio. you, so C. L. Sotting.
Have you corns or bunions? Wien
er sells shoes that will not hurl your
State Sunday School Day.
The first Sunday in April (the 3d
ult.) is State 'Sunday-school day, when
every Sunday-school in Nebraska is
invited and expected to devote at least
a portion of their regular session to a
season of prayer for the Sunday-school
work of the State at large and especi
ally for the State Association and the
forthcoming convention. Or if
thought best by the individual schools
they may have a special service for
this purpose. Each Sabbath-school is
also asked to give a collection at the
rate of two cents per member, to aid
in th's work on that day. daid col
lection to be S2nt to the secretary at
Hastings, who will properly receipt
for the same.
E. A. Stevens, Ch'm Ex. Com.
Cuas. Kelsey, Secretary.
N. B. State Convention at Kearney,
June 7, 8 and 9.
For Sale or Trade.
A fine 80 acre farm only two miles
from this city, nearly all tillable.
Easy terms, or will trade for stock.
D. J. Myers, Red Cloud, Nebr.
Highest of all in Leaveminj Power.
1. X &&em
Vol. 19. No. 34.
Is a concentrated extract of SaraaparllJa,
Yellow Dock. Pipslsscwa, Juniper Berries.
Mandrake. DandelloD, and other valuable
ogctablc remedies, every ingredient being
strictly pure, and tlio best or its kind it Is
iwsslblo to buy.
It is prepared by thoroughly competenfphar
maclsts, in the most careful maimer, by
a peculiar Combination, Proportion and
Process, giving to it curaUre power
l It will cure, when in the power ol medicine,
Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Blood Poisoning,
Cancerous and all other Humors, Malaria,
Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Sick Headache,
Catarrh, Rheumatism, and all difficulties
with the Liver and Kidneys.
It overcomes That Tired Feeling, Creates an
Appetite, and gives great mental, nerve,
bodily, and digestive strength.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists.
SI; six for $0. Prepared only by C. I. Hood
& Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
N. B. If you decide to tako Hood's Sarsapa
rilla do not bo Induced to buy any other.
S. S. Convention.
Report of the Sunday ecbool conven
tion held March 9th at Cowlee, Neb. On
arriving at Cowles in tho early morning
wo mado our way directly to the Congre
gational church. We were tho first ar
rivals but others soon began to come in.
When wo found that the president of
this association, Key. II. D. Piatt, was
sick and could not be in attendance,
Charles Kelsey of Eastings was called on
to preside. E. B. Knight was appointed
assistant socretary. Rev. Randall con
ducted devotional services. The first
topic, "Tho relation of tho S. S. to piefy
and character," was assigned to Rev.
Randall and his treatment of the subject
was interesting and edifying. "The re
lation of the S. S. to reforms," led by
Mrs. Hayes of Cowles, and "The S. S. as
the fore-runner of tho church" led by
Mr. Kolsey; all of these topics were free
ly discussed by Revs. Pulis, Randall and
Ely, Mr. Kelsey, Mrs. HnyoB, Piatt.
Knight and Miss Hayes.
At noon a bountiful dinner was served
in the church by the ladies of the city.
All were ready for, and freely discussed
the refreshments. At two p. m. the
house wa3 called to order by the presid
ing oflicers. Devotional services were led
by Miss Addie Hayes. Prayer by Rev,
Pulis. The topic of "Push in the S. S."
was then taken up by Rev.Ely and hand
led in his usual happy manner, and was
discussed by nearly nil present who took
part in the convention. "Lights and
shadows of S. S. work" was led by Chas.
Kolsey in an able manner, and was fully
discussed by the convention. The ques
tion box was found to contain a large
number of questions which were assigned
to the different members and the answers
were very instructive and amusing.
Then came the election of officers with
the following result: Emma B. Knight.
Pres.; Rev. E. I. Ely, Vice-Pres.; Addie
Hayes, Sec. and Treas.; C. L. Eddy. H.
D. Piatt and J. D. Pulis, members of the
A set of resolutions were presented by
the committee appointed for that pur
pose, consisting of Revs. Pulis and Ran
dall and Mrs. H. D. Piatt. These resolu
tions were to the effect that the members
pledge themselves to greater faithfulness
in their work and their lives. That they
tender their thanks to the people of
Cowles for their hospitality and their
sympathy to the president of the society
in hiB affliction and their gratitude to
press of the county for' favors received.
Adjourned to meet at the call of the ExJ
board. E. B. Knight.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, i98
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