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If not paid in advance, after this date Blarchj-for Jake Miller for alderman, and
IS, ISM, the price will be f 1.25.
Th OiiiKF desires, crisp, and newsy corres
pondence from all parts of the connty. corres
pondence and other interesting subjects will be
We desire to Diiblished all of the news rand
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Job Printing a Specialty.
Advertising rates made known on application.
All communications, inclosing newsr-ononey,
Ac., should be addressed to
A. C. IIOSMER,
Proprietor, Red Cloud, Ncbr.
Entered at the Post Office in Bed Cloud, Neb.,
as mail matter of the second class
Republican County Convention.
The Republican electors or Webster County,
a-o requested to sen-i delegates from the sever
al townships to meet in convention at the court
house in the city of Ked rioud, Saturday, April
3t, at 11 o'clock a. m. for the purpose of se
lecting 10 delegates to the republican congress
ional convention to be held at Holdrege,
N'ebr., Thursday, May 5th, 1893, ton dele
gates to the republlicau congressional conven
tion to be held at McCook, Nebr. June 1Mb, 18
and seven delegates to the State Conven
tion to be bald at Kearney April 27th. 1892.
The several townshins are entitled to reure-
sentatiou as follows: the apportionment being
kased upon the vote cast for Hon. Geo. II.
Hastings for attorney general in 1890 givnig one
delegate at large to each township (except the
first aud second wards of Ked.Cioud city; and
oue for each ten votes and the major fraction
Red Cloud. 7
Oik Creek a
Ked Cloud 1st ward 9
Guide Rock 14
Heasant Hill C
Red Cloud 2nd ward 11
It is recommended that no proxies be admit
ted, and that the delegates present cast the full
vote of the delegation, also that the primaries be
held not later than April 2lst, 1892, The follow
ing persons Bhall be entitled to vote at the re
publican primaries. All republican electors
atld all other ftlprtnrs n-hn. if rh:t11fni?ed. shall
declare their intention to act with the republi
can parry at tue coming election, uy oraer oi
G. . McKeeisv, Chairman,
A. C, Uosmeb, Secretary.
Our friend of The Nation is some-q
wnat mistaken in regard to, 4fxe nou
partiian'convehtioi. .-While the tick
et does no tr have tin Independent voter
on itf it was -no .fault of tbrf Republican,'-in
fact the republicans to the
anrount of abont 20 worked and voted
would have been nominated hd it not.
been for the independents themselves
nominating And voting for another
man. As to Mr. Spanogle, he was
fairly nominated receiving 80 votes
but of 140. To show that the ticket
was non-partisan, two-thirds of the
ticket nominated were Democrats,
while there are only two Bcpublicans,
and Red Cloud is unquestionably Re
publican. That deesn't look like
fraud. Tiie Chief has no objection
to Mr. Mizer, but be went into the
non-partisan convention and should
abide by it
The wind on Thursday night, blew
with terrible force and it is reported to
have assured cyclonic proportions at
Nelson, at which place it done consid
After all of the affected bluster of
English Government, it has finally
come to the terms of this government
and has warned Canadian seal pirate?
that if they hunt seal they do it at
their own peril.
Of course this paper is aware of
the inherent right of every American
citizens to run for office, yet it is a
proper thing for our friend Mizer to
do at this stage of affairs in Red
Cloud, when so much depends on ab
solute harmony in order to vitalize the
coming interests of Red Cloud? In
the interests of Red Cloud the non
partisan ticket should be elected
Don't let the spring election get
away with you to that extent that you
can not see that Red Cloud is on the
road to prosperity this year, if you do
you will miss it, for as sure as the
world moves, "and she do" Red Cloud
is going to get there provided the peo
ple work together, and if they do not
it will be funny. We have an ideal
opportunity to make a ten strike and
ought to improve it with all our might
That restless, nerveous, doll and heavy
feeling which prevents sleep and causes
as to feel like something terrible was go
ing is going to happen is all corrected by
tin A ft . nnnL MM1
nepaucure -wnica cure uynpepaia ou
consumption. L. H. Deyo.
(Taken from The Tress.)
Mr. John Elley and Miss Laura Mc
Bride were married at the home of A
B. Gewdy last Sunday afternoon in
the presence of a number of friends,
Rev. Snow officiating. Both of the
contracting parties are well known in
this vicinity and may their voyage
through life be a happy and prosper
Rev. B. O. Snow and wife, visited
friends and relatives in Red Cloud,
Herbert Ludlow of Red Cloud,
was the guest of je editor last Friday
Miss McCall is in Red Cloud this
The prospects keep looking brighter
for Republicans, and by the time
rolls around for campaign work there
will be more enthusiasm displayed
than has been observed for many years
The Republicans will be in it in '92
with increased majorities. The Inde
pendents would make one believe if
it wcte possible, that the Republican
party was one of tho most debase or
ganizations extant, and that those
composing the Independent outfit had
left it because it was such. Now let
us look at this.
The Independents most of whom
have been Southern Democrats, and
for that matter are yet, are the ones
who arc doing most of the organiza
tion for the main purpose of knocking
the props from under the Republican
party for the sole purpose of putting
the Democratic party in pqwer, and
when that is accomplished they will
have slipped quietly back into its
folds with the exclamation "Didn't we
do it, though," and about that, time
those Republicans who weie induced
to follow them will be making an ef
fort to hire some cheap boy to kick
them, for ever taking up with the
movement, In fact many are already
seeing the error and have concluded
that enough is enough and will return
to the grand old Republican party be
fore the fall election arrives.
"The Chicago World Fair Committee'
has passed a resolution that every person
attending the "Fair" shall take with them
a bottle of "Hepaticnre" as a preventive
from contracting blood, liver and kidney
diseases. L.H. Deyo.
The Cowles lyccuni was to close on
the the evening of Friday 25th for
the season, with a grand public enter
tainment, but on account of the rain
it was postponed till next evening, af
ter which the Alliance folks had an
A Sunday-school was organized at
Pleasant Ridge, on Sunday p. ni. to be
known as the Congregational Sunday
school of Pleasant Ridge. 3Ir. John
Greenhalgh is Superintendent,
Miss Addie Hayes commenced to
teach her fifth term of school, in a
school-house G miles ncrth-cast of
II. A. Sheldon has sold his farm
and removes to the Bright place cast
of Red Cloud. Mr. Ernst the. pur
chaser of the Sheldon farm is to have
possession at once.
Miss Flora Brown is spending a
week's vacation with her parents.
She has the Grammer department in
public school at Franklin.
Mr. Carrier is suffering from a par
tial paralysis which came upon him
on Sunday p. m. and hn has been
growing weaker and helpless ever
Mr. Geo. Letta started on Tuesday
29th, for Fresno, Cal., to join his fam
ily, and spend a year or less. His
wife and children went last fall.
Tho marked benefit which people In run
down or weakened state of health derive
from nood's Sarsaparilla, conclusively proves
the claim that this medicine " makes the weak
strong." It docs not act liko a stimulant,
imparting fictitious strength from which there
must follow a reaction of greater weakness
than before, but iu the most natural way
nood's Barsararilla overcomes that tired feel
ing, creates an appetite, purines tito sionu,
and, in short, gives great bodily, nerve,
mental and digestivo strength.
"Last spring I was completely fagged out.
My strength left mo and I felt sick and mis
crablo all tho time, so that I could hardly,
attend to my business. I took one bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it cured me. There
is nothing liko it." R. C. Begole, Editor
Enterprise, Belleville, Mich.
"I derived very much benefit from Hood's
Sarsaparilla, which I took for general debility.
It built mo right up, and gave me an excel
lent appetite." En.JnNi:ixs.Mt.Savage,Md.
N. B. If you decide to tako Hood's Sarsa
parilla do not be induced to buy anything else
Instead. Insist upon haviug
SoldbvalldrnpKists. gl; slxforSS. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothccaries,Lowell,MaM.
IOO Doses One Dollar
To loan on Watches Diamonds and
Jewelry. Will pay cash for old gold
and silver. Fine watch work. Ar
tistic letter, emblem and monogram
engraving. Full line of fine watches
clocks, jewelry silverware spectacles
and etc. T. E. Penmbk.
W. W. Wright,
I am now located and will have my
stock in shape to wait upon customers
about the first of next week. I ask
each and everyone to call and look
over my stock of hardware and I will
try and treat you fairly. Don't for
get the place, Kaley block.
Oscar Patinor has just received a
BIG supply of garden seeds. Go and
see him at Perkins and Mitchell's old
The Handsome! Lady in Red
remarked to a friend the other day that
she knew Kemp's Balsam for the throat
and lungs was a superior remedy, as it
stopped her cough instantly when other
cough remedies had no effect whatever.
So to provo this and convince yon of its
merits any druggist will give you a sam
pie bottle free. Large size 50c and $1. 2
Other medicines might help but to
make assurance doubly sure use DeWitt's
Sarsaparilla to enrich, purify and renew
the blood. C. Lt. Cotting.
For Next 1 0 Days
Sell all kinds of Hardware, Stoves and Tinware at prices that you
will buy ii in need of anything in that line.
ir S6 'y.
It distinctly understood that I will not be undersold but can sell
cheap as any dealer on
Quality considered, and instead of making a specialty of certain
articles each week wjjl make special prices on my entire stock.
You want any tin work done, I have a first-class tinner and will do
your work on short notice and will do
As cheap as possible and if there
Anything in the stove line you want come and see me for I don
say how cheap these stoves will be
But will guarantee that they will be sold
My entire stock must and will be sold to make room for a new stock
MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE.
Come and see if I cannot save you money.
B. P. GIBSON.
The ate City Milling Co.
Proprietors of the Red Cloud Boil
er Mills want your wheat, &c, and
will exchange flour for same. Custom
work a speciality. Briag your wheat
or work to them, and receive fair
I Want to Bay Faraw
Parties having cheap farm lands for
sale improved or unimproved can una
bnyors by calling on D. B. Spanogle,
Real Estate and Loan Agent, Ked
A few fine days the past week.
More rain, more mud, more cold
Some of our farmcia would rather
gather their corn in the spring, than
during the nice fall weather we gener
A wedding is being talked of in the
Bev. Griffith thinks he will move
to uiue imi to live until ne can get a
W. H. Huffman returned from Ivan
sas City bringing with him a fine lot
of new epring goods.
Mrs. James Burden calls the atten
tion of the ladies to her grand open
ing of millinery goods March 30th.
Hicks, our drggist says he has lots
of faith in Nebraska soil as he has
traded for another quarter of land.
The funeral of Mrs. Wm. Chad-
wick was preached by Rev. Griffith at
Harmony school-house on Tuesday at
The ladies of the Baptist church
society will give a corn supper in the
G. A. 11. hall this Friday evening.
Proceeds to pay for church seats.
On account of the bad weather
there were not a great many out to
the supper -for the benefit of Grandma
A good work of putting down a
crossing on main street toward the
G. A. It. hall and school-hou.se has be
gun, let the good work go on until
the walk is completed to the school
Quite a number of our young peo
ple attended the exhibition at Five
Star school-house Saturday evening
and report a fine entertainment.
For Sale or Trade.
A- choice farm of 160 acres, 4 miles
froiutegrojjgood frame house, 80 acres
m cultivation, jf.if, uiaDie duc about
Hj.aV tpjrjns or will
D. J. Meps.
i.td Claud, Nebr. ,
Farmers and Mechanics
who need stiotur well made
will do well to go to Wiener's and
Some of tho most startling, interesting
discoveries of tho lifo and customs of
buried Egypt aro now being made
through extensive excavations. These
discoveries aro exciting a great interest.
Many discoveries are, however, being
made in our country that are not leas
strange and remarkable, among which we
may mention that of Haller's Pain Par
alyzer which effects entire relief, and in
many cases a-complete cure of that ter
rible disease rhoumatism, and which also
relieves pain of all kinds. For sale by
C. L. Cotting.
Nothing speaks more clequcntly for
a town than a fresh mid attractive ad
vertisements in its papers. The name
of every interpnsing merchant is sure
to be kept before the public, and the
better the business representation the
better the impression created abroad.
v. V Knwver of Rochester. Wis., a
prominent dealer in general merchandise
and who runs several peddling wagons,
haA nnn nf his horses badly cut and
burned with a lariat. The wound re
fused to heal. The horse became lame
and stiff notwithstanding carefnl atten
tion and the application or remeaiea. a
frinnrt handed Sawyer some of Haller's
Barb Wire Liniment, the most wonderful
thing he ever saw to heal such wounds.
He applied it only three times and tho
sore was completely healed. Equally
good for all sores, cuts, bruises and
wounds. For sale by C. L. Cotting.
10 acres timbt.
A IIiilmnr Mistake.
Husbands too often permit wives, and
parents their children, to suffer from
headache, dizziness, neuralgia, sleepless
ness, fits, nervousness, when by the use
of Dr. Mile3' Restorative Nervine such
serious results could easily be prevented.
Druggists everywhere say it gives uni
versal satisfaction, and has an immense
sale. Woodworth & Co. of Port Wayne,
Ind.; Snow & Co. of Syracuse, N. Y.j J.
C. Wolf, Hillsdale, Mich.; and hundreds
of others 6iy "it is the greatest seller
they ever know," It contains no opiates.
I rial Dottles ana line book on nervous
diseases free at C. L. Cotting's.
Nebraska is getting right lo the
front. Now there is Purs Lard Pad
dock. Tariff Bill Bryan and Silver
McKeighan. If they do not properly re
present all of Nebraska's interests, how
would you go about it to represent
teem. Lineoln Sun.
Why have chill?, ague and fever, suffer
death and take gallons of nauseous drugs
to cure them. If yoa keep "Hepaticnre"
in your home and tako it to re gnlate and
purify the great organs of life, blood, liv
er and kidneys, you will never be sick.
This we will guarantee. L. H. Deyo.
Or First National Bank Build
Sealed bids will be received at office of
the receiver of the First National tianir,
Red Cloud, Neb., until 12 m. (noon) May
2, 1892, for banking building, furniture
and fixtures therein; lot 10, block 20, in
Red Cloud, Neb., one two story OncK
building, furniture and fixtures, consist
ing of Yala time lock safe, walnut furni
ture, desks, chairs, etc,
Right reserved to reject any or all bids.
3G4t O. C. Bkll, Receiver.
Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of an order of sale issued from
the office of C. B. Crone, clerk of the
district court of the tenth judicial dis
trict within and for Webster county, Ne
braska, upon a decree in an action pend
ing therein, wherein the Smith Brothers
.Loan & Trust company arepiBinuii,Buu
against Richard K. Stowe as administra
tor of the estate of Nels Poulson, de
ceased, Line Peterson, Joel Poulson, Car
rip Poulson, Nels Poulson Jr., Mary
Poulson, Mjra poulgon, Martin Pqulson.
Christian Jasperwn aa guardian pf said
Joel Poulson, Carrie Poulson, Nels Poul
son, Mary Poulson and Mira Poulson, de
fendants, I snail oner ior Baie at puunc
vendue to the highest bidder for cash in
hand at the east door of the court-house
at Red Cloud, in said Webster county,
Nebraska, (that being the building
wherein the last term of said court was
linllnn ran the
3d Day of Hay, A. D. 12,
at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day, the follow
ing described property towit: The
south-west quarter (1) of section twenty-nine
(20) in township three (3,) north
of range eleven (11,) west of the Cth p.
Given under my band this jutn day of
March, A. D. 1892.
3G-30d Geo. . Coon, Sheriff.
For Sale or Trade.
A good timber claim in
county, Nebraska. All perfectly level
land, some good young trees, 40 fee,
to water, 12 acres under cultivation.
10 miles from a good R. R. town.
Will sell as claim or give deed cheap
for cash or trade for most any thing.
354 Red Cloud, Xeb.
We have the best stock of hats
the ciiy. Chicago store.
"My dear sir, I love your daughter and
Hayes want to marry her, but she says you hav
rmwizm wrr v w v
Tl7 . " t" Jour consent."
"Certainly, sir. I want you to nromNo
to keep Haller's Sure nr f, ?c? f?
the house." rui.
"All right, you have my blessing."
3333 bushels of corn for which
will pay highest market price. Flou
given In exchange.
To the partners !
H. C. SCOTT,
Invites the Farmers of
Webster and adlaeeat
large and varied stock of
counties to hi
Such as Wagons, Buggies, Carts, Plows,
Harrows, Mowing Machines. &c.
See him before buying for bargains.
Warner & Warren,
" THE TWO JO'S "
Have opened a Real Estate Office,
AND ASE 1EASY TO SILL TCV
Farm or City Property, or Auction off your Stock or House-
hold Goods. Have some Bargains t offer to
who call at this office,
2d Door North of F. & M. Bank, Up Stairs.
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