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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1892)
Duqkers Cash Dry Goods House
OPENKG PRICES CUT WAY DOWN !
What we mean is not only to buy a space in a newspaper and fill it with leaders, but to sell the very
best goods at prices so low that we will have a continuous advertisement amongst our
customers. ;Ve seek prosperity by sharing it with others.
Our prices are the Lowest and we guarantee them to give satisfaction.
SPRING JACKETS AND CAPES !
Have received our Spring Jackets and Capes, see them. They will speak for themselves.
. Ladies' and Children's Fast Black Hose 10c per pair and upwards.
GEO. A. DUCKER Sc CO
It has finally leaked out that the al
liance party has been slyly winking at
the democracy, and the democracy
vice versa, with a view to carry out
its first intention of consolidating the
two parties to beat the republicans.
The southern end is to carry the south
and the northern end to help the de
mocracy where they most need it,
There is no question but what, the in
dependent party was conceived in the
' bosom of democracy and reared in a
democratic stronghold for the very
purpose of breaking up the republican
' party, and as strange as it may seem
" there an' some republicans who can
not see but have been deluded into
the belier that it was organized for
other purposes, but gentlemen it was
not, its only object was and is the dis
ruptlonof the republican party in the
interest of 'democracy.
The city election is about upon
and our people who have the the in
terest of the city at heart, and its fu
ture growth, should see to it that good
men are puc into office. The Chief
has been requested to name C. W.
Kaley, for mayor, by many of his
friends. Charley would be a good
man for the place if he could be in
duced to have it John Myers would
make a good alderman tor the north
ward, and for a real live man in the
south ward we would suggest L. II.
Devo. Give us men who will sec that
our city wiil ride on the v rj cie-.t
of.the wave f prosperity in 1'J2
That is wh'it is needed.
The Paddock pure food bill has
passed the senate. If this bill pass
es as it should, the lower house, It will
deal a death blow to adulterated food of
all kinds. For years the people havf
been imposed upon by all kinds of
dangerous adulterations and now is a
good time to stop it and Senator Pad
docl's bill will do itif it becomes a law
which it no doubt will.
The newspaper men, and job pnnt-
Fers should form an association to ouck
the t-pe trust. Trusts of all -kinds
have become numerous and rtiosejype
foundries who stay out of the trust
should be given the patronage of those
who need type.
Ifeyd is evidently holding the
erndrs office without warrant of
Our deniocraticcongress has failed
so for to assist in buildiug up the new
The Hock Island surveyors arc on
the route between Lincoln and Phil
Some few weeks ago it was stated
by the Nation that the board of Su
pervisors was cheaper than the com
missioner system. The following ta
ble will show the expense of that body
from January '91 to Jan. '92:
Thomas 8120 90
Laird 112 50
Miller 85 00
Holdrege and Irons TG 40
Huffman ., 78 00
Berg and Cather 98 10
Kessler 84 55
Rasser - 74 40
Hummel 94 70
I SarcuB aod Kindschor 8C 40
G. P. Cather 140 75
McCall 9G 90
Alyea 55 70
Patterson ". 103 40
Coon 71 50
Zimmerman 82 50
Crary 85 80
Fish 83 70
Total 1C22 70
The expense for salaries seems to
be very extravagant, to say the least
excessive. The statute governing the
board, we believe allows not more than
$75 per man, yet all but three have
over drawn this amount from ten to
$05 and still the board 'is less(?) ex
pensive thau the commissioner sys
tem. It don't look like it to The
The Chief would heartily endorse
the nomination of J; G. Tate for con
gress. Mr. Tate is a sound republi
can and probably has more staunch
friends than any other one republican
in the district. He would be a power
in congress and would command re
spect. Give us Tate.
Col. A. L. Bixby of the Columbus
Sentinel dedicates this touching senti
ment to Congressman O. M. Kem of
the third district:
I can not sing the old song,
For I am filled with woe;
But I can howl calamity
From h 1 to Broken Bow.
"The Chicago World Fair Committee'
has passed a resolution that every person
attending the ".tair'anaii take witn tnem
a bottle qX "Hapaticnre" as a preventive
from contracting blood, liter and kidney
diseases, c. L. cotting.
Tkli Is the Time.
Do youwant a plow, or harrow? If
so Peterson the impleaent man is
headquarters for them. 2t
The Wkltc IIe Stable.
Tive American people are always inter
ested ia anything that pertains, to the
White House. We aro reliably informed
that the stables osntain a fall assortment
of different dregaand medicines r.nd they
also (so the head gtooss. says) keep a bot
tle of Hnller's Barb Wire Liniment which
is the most successful lininufit ihey have
over used. For sale by C. L. CoUiag.
in and we guarantee prices TO BE TEMPTING.
We are showing-a verv
have just in a LINE
3?inc calf shoes at Wieaer's. Also
Kangaroo, Cordovian, Kaniolas. Also
plow shoes at 85cts per pair.
W. W. Wright.
I am now located and will have my
stock in shape to wait upon e&stoniers
about the first of next week, I ask
each and everyone to call ami look
over my stock of hardware and I will
try and treat you fairly. Pou'i for
get the place, Kaley block.
Oscar Patmor has just received a
BIG supply of garden seeds. Go and
see him at Perkins and Mitchell': old
The Girl of the
mow, donn, u l sny
rnnilitllin will rnn nrnmtsn?
better say yes well, it's that you'll get
rvw ww mm w r 4 mw v fcJ s
me a bottle of Bailer's Pain P aralyzer.
Why! Because it's the best thing for
headache and rheumatism I ever heard of
and then it's so nice for babies when they
hve tho colic and diarrhea. For 6alo by
Deyo is already having a nice wall
paper trade. His stock is new, the
rc-y latest styles, and pricci Hie
Take your prescriptions to Dcvo's
drug store, where they vrili bo pre
pared with the greatest skill szH irn'
Bays an old physician who has practiced
medicine 40 years: "I guarantee thero is
not a case of blood liver or kidney disease
in the world but what "Hepaticure" will
positively cure. C. L. cotting,
For Sale or Trade.
A choice farm of 1G0 acres, 4 miles
from town, good frame house, 80 acres
in cultivation, all tillable but about.
10 acres timbc Easy terms or will
trade ' D. J. Myers.
i-d Clsud, Ncbr.
Why have chills, ague and fever, suffer
Sflvk. sd take gallons of nauseous drugs
tatfOffiMfh.' If you keep "Hepaticure"
in your . home ajafke it to regulate and
purify ihe great organs lC life, blood, liv
,ex and -kidneysj you ,wiu ' neVf? o sick.
1?his we will guarantee. .C.L. Cotting,
mUmm9 Neifte and M.ver Fill.
Act on & ajr principle regulating tha
liver, stomach jaud bowels' through the
nerves. A new gicayery. Dr. Miles'
pills speedily cure bileufcftuS, bad taste,
totpid liver, piles, i5-Dntipai-ia. fn
eqnaled for men, women, children.' &uaU
est, mildest, surest! fid doses,. 25 cts
,- -m . .-
Handsome Line ot JNew INovelties in Henriettas, joeaiora vorus.
&c. They are worth
OF LADIES AND
When you want furniture or under
taking goods, it will pay you to see
F. V. Taylor, who keeps only the best
goods and sells them as reasonable as
others ask for the inferior article.
It is a fixed and immutable law that
to have good, sound health one must have
pure, rich and abundant blood. There
is no shorter or surer route than by a
course of Do Witt's Sarsaparilla.
Frank Fuller of Bed Cloud was ar
rested laet woek on the charge of
stealing a horse. He had sold the
horse to J. N. Bent, but as Bent had
failed to to pav in full, Fuller took
the horse without process of law.
The preliminary trial was held Mon
day before Justice West, and Mr. Ful
ler was bound over to District Court.
Men must he careful how they collect
Report of the Condition or the
Hunk of Cowlt'i.
In the state of Nebraska, at the. close of busi
ness. March Mil, Iff'.
KoausniuJiHx-nuiitR 3U,777 a)
lliu from National Hank 47 15
JJeal estate, furniture ami futures. ... 2344 14
Current expenses and taxes paid rnsi &z
iwcKsaml otner casli items 104 31
Bills ol other' Ilauks 1010 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels.
Total 19.2GI v
Capital stock paid in 10,000 oo
UniliviJeil protit IC78 as
IndJ viJual deposits subject to check.. 1S84 37
Tjrnectrytjcatcsof deposit DM5 00
Duetr-Kati'' i Unnks 2 83
Note and MiU rfr-diseouiiteil 12S0 00
Bills pajaMe 2300 OO
T ' . I?A'I If
? .ti oi t i. ..:.u of Wi.tar S3.
I, r il. sii. y. avt.r cijsi lx tjf tlic at'ovi
:i;irsu(l I'ii , m -.nle!ui.j .' Kir th.it tho ai-nvt:
:. :rcf..k.:u i ru- t ;! bri -i my knrmeii;;c
i!i'l I'ftlr. .: !. -ihrt, aciiii i.isliier.
N.i.3,,u- -'i-i-iviun lolN'ioi'ime Inn lull,
iteyofJU' .' :
Will serve a limited number of choice
marcs this season.
He ia.C yearo Jd nnd strongly built,
15.V hands high and a natural trotier, J
and has an excellent pedigree,
T. .W. MoraxVille, Prop.
, ' Red Cloud, Neb.
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I Children's Shoes,
WAMDWABS, glTOYBg & ffiHTTSyAIRIE.;,
To the citizens of Red Cloud and Vicinity:
I resrJectfully invite you to call and see nie, get prices, and get acquainted. I
expect to sell some goods in Red Cloud and vicinity and you will not know how
Cheap I can sell my line of goods until you examine my stock and get prices.
TO THE FARMERS
1 wish to say .that as soon as I can learn tho necessities of the trade hers jolt
can buy anything you want the line of
Agricultural Inplcmciits, Ilurventcrs, Wagons and Buic,
CSy-Keep an eye on this space, it will change each week. The balance is yet to be
told. Yours respectfully,
B. F. GIBSON.
SHItfKLE & AULTZ, Props.
new and SECOND - HANDfurniturk,
In the Stern Building.
We shall liavo bargains that will pay you to investigate
ia our second-hand department.
AUC HON EVERY SATURDAY.
On Saturday commencing at 1 P. M we shall have auction,
to which we invite the public who aro interested
in procuring good bargain?.
We buy and tell SecoiuMiand ood on communion.
TRANSFER LINE "
S. I. COZAI, Proprietor.
All hauling intrusted to me will be promptly attended to.
Lpwer .than any
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