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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1892)
Frldayv April 8, 1892.
SrtMcMptlon . 1 Per Annum
Invariably la Advance
If. not paid Jn advance, after this dale March
18, t92, the price will be l.5.
Knteredat the l08t Office in lted cloud, Neb.,
a hjbii maueroi me seconu class
Republican County Convention.
The Republican electors of Webster County,
are requested to send delegates from the sever
al townships to meet in convention at the court
home In the city of Ked rioud, Saturday, April
13, at 11 o'clock a. m. for the purpose of se
lectine 10 delerates to therpniiiilipiirnnin-i.
.... t .t " . . . r. : .T.v
iuui convention 10 ue jieiu at
Nebr.. Thundav. Mav r.tli. ir ti;i hpIo.
Katea to the reputiliican cougresfcioiMl conven
tion to be held at McCook, Nebr. June 15th. 1892
and seven delegates to the State Conven
tion to be bold at Kearney April 27ta. lsa:.
The several townships are entitled to repre
enutlon as follows: the apportionment being
based upen the vote cast for Hon. lieo. II.
IlaatiBgi for attorney general in 1890 givnlg one
delegate at large to each township (except the
Bret and second wards of Ked.CIoud cit vj and
one for each ten votes and the major fraction
Ked Cloud. -
Oak Creek ..
Cathertou ""V."".".."."."". 3
tt ""." .......... . 4
Ked Cloud 1st ward "" n
Guide Kock i4
Stillwater ... . 3
WalautCreek ....'..'.""". 3
Kim Creek 5
Heaver Creek '.. 5
Heasaat Hill 6
' Itedtfoud 2nd ward '.' n
Jil ifLSS'f ndLed tbxt no yroxies'be'kdniit
le5'!SX.tnit.tned,eleeates present cast the full
E32 k .e ?e,3PKion, also that the primaries be
i ,eIl2.tiat;rut'!a? -AP111 2,st 89--. Tle f ollow-
persons shall be entitled 10 vote at the re-
?-S1in.J)riInaries- An republican electors
' H?ii21??I?r.e,fct0,rs wUo " challenged, shall
HSiJr.,J?tntlmtos,ctwlt the republi
JhUISS?7! thecoung election, Uy order of
' n,ww. cG' E: McKKEnr, Chairman,
A. C. HOSMKB, Secretary.
The republican central comniittcc
. men should see to it that a full delega
tion is sent to the convention from
each township. It is important that
w have fall turnout The conven
tion while it is only for the purpose
ui .aeicciing aeiegates to congression
al and other conventions, yet it is
highly important that we have a good
You can Rely.
upon Hood's 8arBaparilla as a positive
remedy for every form of scrofula salt
rheum, boils, pimples, and all other dis
eases caused by impure blood. It eradi-
Miiaa at orjr impurity ana at tne same
iime rones and vitilizes the
Sl friends do VOu know there is a good show,
For me to be?p wiUl lhe brant? b
I'll My very high, ir she'll only die.
For she Is my wife's rich aUj,t.
I'll stock up my store, for ever more.
And live on imidl nes and pies,
And for faarof harm, I'd clear up my farm,
11 uw ujj . .- rjcu aunt ups and aies.
I'll build a bic house, as snug as a mouse,
, And its rooms no ghost shall haunt,
STJr S,I0SA w m I!(' at laughter and glee.
Though it be of iny wlf e's rich aunE
Oh! wont I fly high, like the birds of the sky.
,', c"s" uu,",tjoi mine,
I'll send some men right up to the pen,
And others must pay a big line.
Consumption and aU troubles with the
digestive organs and the liver, are cured
by Hood's Pills. Unequalled as a dinner
Distances to Washington
From St. Louis to Washington the
distance is 894 miles; from Cincinnati
to Washington 553 miles; from Chic
go to Washington 813 miles. This is
via the bee line followed by the B &
O Railroad, the most picturesque as
.. uc,uiuai uireci. route irom the
Mississippi River to the Atlantic Sea
board, stretching across level and fer
tile prairies, amid hills and valleys,
oyer mountain crests, along banks of
historic nyers, through teeming cities
and bustling towns The through B.
&O. trains, with full Pullman equip
ment of Sleeping, Parlor and Buffet
cars, run from St. Louis to Washing
ton in 29 hours; from Cincinnati To
Washington in 18 hours: from China-
go to Washington in 25 hours. Sleep
ers from all points run through to
New York from the West without
charge. At Washington connection
is made with the B & O's matchless
Royal Blue Line for Baltimore, Phil
adelphia and New York. These Roy
al B.ue trains consist of the staunch-
rsianu nnest coaches, parlor and
sleeping cars ever built by the Pull
man Company; are vcstibuled from
end to end, and are protected bv Pull
man's improved anti-teliscoping de
vice, which makes every car as safe
as it can be made by man's ingenuity
and skill. All the cars are heated hv
steam and lighted by Pmnch gas.
They are the fastest cars in the world,
plaoinr New York and Washington
:!.!" ... . . "C""
wjuiib live nours reach.
Little "Ed" must go, am; poor "Dennis"
And tiie Poor Farmer h mn jtanno
For I'll have enough of the silver stuff.
That is now my wife's ncn aunt's.
Take my advice dear friend, and
look out your name Is not pauts
For a man often gets slipped upon.
Who depends on his wire's rich aunts.
"Jay "sweet Jay, like a printed book," is
the w ay it was set up last week, when it
should have read Joy sweet Joy. The Jay
who set it up ought to be shot in the
back with a shooting stick and be de
prived of his quoins for one dav.
The P. M., at Inavale received a letter
last week from n young lady of Otto, ask
ing if the Poor Farmer was married. No
dear girl the Poor Farmer is not mar
ried, (tears) and what is more it looks
now as though he never would be, (more
tears.) However charley Hunter is, and
he is the onn for you to inquire about.
Preaching, which was formerly held
nere m the morning, has been changed
unui evening on every alternate sabbath
This was done, bo it is said, that
some of the good people might attend
worship in Red cloud in the morning.
One of Inavale's youne bloods, who hv
the way is always saying, "We belong to
the upper ten," got badly April fooled.
For mforation in regard to it, ask Alva
bellars oE the Democrat, who was the
author of the joke.
Tlio Joyous summer days have come.
With bud and promised cheer,
The flies and hoppers yet are dumb,
But the bull-frog he is here.
For he's no chura;,
And he's sitting on that stump. l
The col., had several more versef lke
the above but Dennis stole them of aim
And he is now using them to Btart ''Eli"
with when he Btops to wrest (spelt with
a W.) When Eli stops Dennis takes one
of them out and begins to read it and
the horse mores away as rapidly as he
did the night Old Man Huffman drove
him home after he had been danc.'mcr to
Jim Xiopeman, tne only honest fruit
tree agent in the world, has the key to
the above joke and will furnish it on ap
plication. Apply to him by letter, to
Oscar Teel, the ex-sheriff, was up this
way a few days ago and distressed one of
our farmers for his taxes. The farmer
immediately distressed the bank of Ina
vale (charley Hunter) for the amount,
anu tne county received its own. Oscar
is a goou joiiy ooy and is always welcome
up this way even though he does come on
unwelcome business. He says it always
monococD nun i uiuuii us it aoes tne tax
payer, and we believe it, but still he
will do it.
White wings with frijoles on Jersy but
termilk toast was one of the many fancy
articles on the bill of fare at the B. k M.
eating house here last Sunday, They
have a Chinese cook there now.
John Gray, Allen Ayres, and S. W.
Hull all attended church last Sunday.
Let us pray.
Geo. lleaion. sold anothnr fin w
fat cattle to Hunter last week. Geo. has
had some of the best cattle on the mar
ket seen this year.
wainut creeK 13 going to petition the
next congress to be set off ns a seperate
state. They have selected the following
T.Gv'P,orAlf- Mccall, Secretary state,
Jim Scoles: commander in rhiof r ..11
.the armies "Dennis;" Keeper of the great
privy seal, Sam Heaton; Envoy extraor
dinary ane minister pienopitentiary to
Inavale, Addison Vanderburg. A place
will be made for "Jeff" Davir t. i,f.
not right away. As soon as they become
a state they will begin to drag thir coat
tail Poor Farmer.
King of Medicines
Scrofulous Humor A Cure
- 'When I was 14 years of aso I had a severe
attack of rheumatism, and after I recovered
had to go on crutches. A year later, scrofula,
In the form of whito swellings, appeared on
various parts of my body, and for 11 years I
IMS an invalid, being confined to my bed
years. In that time ten or eleven sores ap
peared and broke, causing mo great pain and
suffering. I feared I never should get well.
"Early In 1SS5 1 went to Chicago to visit a
sister, but was confined to my bed most of the
time I was there. In July I read a book, ' A
Day with a Circus,' in wldch were statements
of cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla. I was so Im
pressed with the- success of this mcdiclno that
I decided to try it. To my great gratification
the sores soon decreased, and I began to feel
better and in a short time I was up and
out of ors. I continued to take Hood's Sar
saparilla for about a year, when, having used
six bottles, I had become so fully released
from the disease that I went to work for the
Flint & Walling Mfg. Co., and since then
HAVE OT LOST A SINGLE DAT
on account of sickness. I believe the diseaso
Is expelled from my system, I always feel well,
am In good spirits and havo a good appetite.
I am now 27 years of age and can walk as well
as any one, except that one limb is a little
shorter than tho other, owing to the loss of
bone, and the sores formerly on my right leg.
To my friends my recovery seems almost
miraculous, and I think Hood's Sarsaparilla
Is the king of medicines." William A.
Lehb, 9 N. Eailroad St, KendallviUe, Ind.
Boldby all druggists. gl;sIxfor5. Prepared only
hy a L HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mw.
IOO Doses One Dollar
Height or Crucify
Nervous women seldom receive thn
ymjBatby they deserve.
While often the picture of hnnif h. 'ti,a
re constanUy t ailing. To withhold sym-
yauiT irom mese unfortunates is the
height of cruelty, ihey have a weak
keart, causing shortness of breath flutter
ing, pain m side, weak and hungry Bpells
and finally swelling of the ankles, on
presBtoo, choking smothering and drop
ay. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is just
the thing for them. For th;r rD,,.,
aeas, headache, weakness, etc, his Resto
rative Nervine is unequalled. Fine treat
ise on "Heart and Nervous Diseases" and
marvelous testimonials free. Sold and
guaranteed by C. L. Cotting.
3333 bh els of corn for whiih
will pay highest market price. Flou
given in exchange.
What Belay Ann hud to Say.
Says she: That air gal of Dekin Po
gram, she don't know why she jest
uuu nu" jjuivj, u anv uuu i. i nere s
that air gal she burned her hand awful
ai she did, and instead of n puttin' on
Halter's Australian, Salve w Itich nd tuck
all the fire right out and ji.-t nidde it six
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nni(,iuUDuiiuum. ii, bile Jlhtj
pat on a whole lot of stuff und -and
yon jisi- oei ane u Knot' oeuor next time.
For sale by C. L. Cotting.
Beat TeraiR on Farm Z.otim
'i-laamMw prfcp'iircd tuttkc
farm loan at low rule. a:ml on
the beat term ever offered In
lata carnaly. Privilege to ny
allar part af tbc principal at
ay laterrat t; aymcnl.
J II Balley
That restless, nerveous, dull and heavy
feeling which prevents Bleep and canses
us to feel like something terrible was go
ing is going to happen is all corrected by
Hepaticure" which cures dyspepsia and
consumption. L. H. Deyo.
The Gale City Milling Co.
Proprietors of the Red Cloud Roll
er Mills want your wheat, &c, and
will exchange flour for same. Custom
work a speciality. Bring your wheat
or work to them, and receive fair
Gr. W. Baker sold a hog last week,
Arthur Knox has purchased two
Tilhe Rasser, Dolph lleyd, John
Holoomb, Charlie Ball, Walter Tcach
worth and Mr. and Mrs. Knox spent
Sunday in Amboy.
Charley Emick is working for G.
Saturday evening, April 1G, there
will be an entertainment and tie sup
per at the school house for the beneGt
of the minister.
Miss Davis who has been working
for Mrs. Knox has returned home.
Four Nimrods from Red Cloud were
caught in the hail storm near Amboy.
irroiracteu meeting wincii was to
hive commenced last week, has been
It. W. Baker has sowed his oats.
All in this comunity arc anxious to
see a bridge across the river south of
Elvie Teachworth is staying with
her sister, Mrs. Charles Frisbie, and
going to school.
Amboy is sadly in deed of a P. 0.
Charlie Frisbie is buildipg.
Walter Cox returned to McCook
Monday. lie has been visiting G. W
Baker and family, while recovering
from an injury sustained while coupl
ing cars. Gbaxger.
To loan on Watches Diamonds and
Jewelry. Will pay cash for old gold
and silver. Fine watch wrk. Ar
tistic letter, emblem and monogram
engraving. Full line of fine watches
clocks, jewelry silverware spectacles
and etc. T. E. pENMajf.
In Cotting's Drug Store.
Oscar Patnior has just received a
BIG supply of garden seeds. Go and
see him at Perkins and Mitchell's old
For Next 1 0 Days
Sell all kinds of Hardware, Stoves and Tinware at prices that youi
will buy it in need of anything in that line.
It distinctly understood that I will not be undersold but can sell asi
cheap as anv dealer on
Quality considered, and instead of making a specialty of certain
articles each week will make special prices on my entire stock.
You want any tin work done, I have a first-class tinner and will
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. F.CI BSON.
Why havo chills, ngueand fover. suffer
death and take gallons of nauseous drugs
to cure them. If you keep "Hepaticure"
in your home and take it to ro gulate and
purify the great organs of life, blood, liv
er and kidneys, you will never be sick.
ihis we will guarantee. L. II. Deyo.
Other medicines might help but to
make assurance doubly sure use DeWitt's
barsaparilla to enrich, purify and renew
tho blood. C. It. Cotting.
I Want to Buy Farms
Parties having cheap farm lands for
uaie, improved or unimproved can find
buyers by calling on D. B. Spanogle,
Real Estate and Loan Agent, Red
Farmers and Mechanics and all
who need strong well made clothing
win uo well to go to Wiener's and get
Fop Sale or Trade.
A good timber claim in Hayes
county, Nebraska. All perfectly level
land, some good young trees, 40 feet
to water, 'l acres under
One of the most potent factors in
causing the close of the Sioux War wns
the promise of the government to make
suitable provision for the maintenance
of the Indinns, and in the agreement fin
ally signed Young-Man-Afraid-ot-His
Horses especially stipulated that a full
supply of Haller'a Barb Wire Liniment
be provided, as it was the most wonder
ful remedy they had ever used on their
horses. For sale by C. L. Cotting.
In the district court of Webster county
Leopold Baum, plaintiff,
bpencer Alexander, Marion Alexander,
Milton Randall, W. T. Vankirk.
The plaintiff in the abov a entitled ac
tion notifies the defendant? in said cause,
that on the 8th day of April 1892, that he
the said plaintiff filed his petition in the
district court of Webster county, Nebras
ka, against you the said defendants the
object and pray of which, are to foreclose
a tax Iein owned and held by the plain
tiff, on and against lot number three (3)
block ten (10) in the village of Blue Hill
in Webster county, and state of Nebraska
ior tne Bum of forty dollars, (40) and
accumulating interest, and that said lot
be sold according to law to pay said
amount and costs of this action, and that
any claim or interest you may have in
said premises tnav be declared junior and
inferior to pliintiffs tax lein. For furth
er particulars you are referred to plain
tiffs, petition now on file in the Clerk's
omcoof the District court of Webster
county. Nebraska. You are required to
answov said petition on or beforo Monday
the JBth, day of May, A. D. 1892.
iJy O. C. Case, His Attorney. 37-4i
To the . pampers !
H. C. SCOTT,
Invites the Fanners of Wcbutcr and adjacent comities to
large and varied Mock or
Such as Wagons, Buggies, Carts, Plows,
Harrows, Mowing Machines. &c.
See him before buying for bargains.
iu mnes irom a good It. . town.
Will sell as claim or give deed cheap
for cash or trade for most any thiag.
T) .T AIvpoo
j 35 Red Cloud, Neb.
William Marshall, 1
cultivation, J Jacob II. Shugart et al
is me man who sells the best man's
and boy s shoes for the least money.
Her Head wasLcvefc
"Say, Jennie, will you have meV
"Why not, Jennie?"
'Cause you carry bottles in. yor Dock- i
Why Jennie! that is ely a bottle of
nauer s isure (Jure Uough ayruiw
It is a truth in medicine that the small
est dose that performs the eure is the
u.-ou uo tvuiiB jjiliio xiurjT-iiisera are h
two buuiuuab puis, win penorm tne cure
and are the best. C. L. Cotting.
Warner & Warren,
" THE TWO JO'S "
Have opened a Eeal Estate Office,
AND ABE SEAS7 TO SELL 707
Farm or City Property, or Auction off your Stock or House
hold Goods. Have some Bargains to offer to any
who call at this office,
2d Door North of F. & M. Bank, Up Stairs.
Did You Ever See as Large a Stock of
3Qlf atfd ffeaVy ffardware
At is to be seen t
AFFIDAVIT 0 FILE.
The defendants O. P. Johnson, Frank
W- W. WRIGHT'S
Orcutt, Orris W. 'Robertson sand Jes-I KaleVS Blorlv - "R fA CA XT U
Foster. will take notice that on ti, x,dlcJ l& -1J,,Jl-K - XVea VIOUG. JNebr.
Gthdayof April 1892, the plaintiff here- Qfntrc rf ill L-Inrlc A C T r -- i-
in filed his petition in the district court troves, or an kinds. J line line of Gasoline
Stoves on hand, best in the land.
Terms to Buit customers.
SADA J. BAILEY, Ag't.
of Webster county, Nebr., the obji set and
pra)rer or wnicn are to foreclose a cer
tain mortgage executed by defendirats J.
U. snugart, ana .Helen M. Shugart, since
deceased to Edwin D. Orme, who assign
ed said mortgage to plaintiffs assumee
L. Jt. iwve, now xazzie ju. lieiuie:
that said. mortgage is on lot seven (7) in
hlock three (3) in Talbot's addition to lhe
town of Guide Bock, Webster count.y,
JVebrasK a, ana was auiy recorded in the
records of said county, that default
haa been made in the payment o
the1 amount decreed by said mort
gage. You are therefore required
to answer said petition on or
befon the lCth day of May 1892, or said
petitiin will be taken as confessed by
you and decree rendered, foreclosing said
mortgage as prayed for in said petition.
37-4t William Marshall,
By Jons H Chaffet, His Attorney.
Ho, ther;! Calines, the baker, in
Ira Sleep jr's building north of
TnE CiiiifiF office keeus the nMt
6, cakes, pies. &c, in Ked
ry him. tf
hair cut, c
jntress & Zeluff, fora sli.
loan shave, mustache black-
At the aty bakery and restaurant.
Call on Jos. . Herburger, Red Cloud. Neb.
died acres of prairie broke
r DURABILITY, and FINISH
ierjia to suit cmtamirj. """
SADA J BAILE
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