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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1892)
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Ladies Shoes Childien's Shoes,
Our prices' are BELOW competition.
Our line, of
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T laeai are FAHT COL
rethe stuwThe Scandia lintor is
the best male and can be found onlj
at Ja-nes tetemon'a tho Imioment
aian, Red Cfcpd, Neb.
The llaadaomett Laay lit lied
ramarked to a friend tho other day
that aha knew Dr. Kemp's Balaam for the
throat aad tanga was a superior remedy,
as It stopped her ooogh instantly when
other oongh remedies had no effect what
Tar. 8o to prota this and oonTlnoe you
of its merit any drnjjRUt will give yon a
ipie ooiue rree. Iarge sue coo and f l
Real Estate Agent,
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SPECIAL CLEARING SALE
To get rid of them
One Lot former Price $3 re
duced to 1.50
One Lot, former price 14 Reduced to
Lots of other Bargains in them that
wo liavo not the timo to quote.
3333 busliols of corn far which
ill pay hichest market priae, Flos
ygiven In exchango.
. Oscar 1'atmor.
To loan on w atones jJiamonua ati
Jewelry. Will pay cash for old gob
and silver. Fine wntch wnrk. At
tihtio letter, emblem and mooograi
ojtnviiig. Full lino of fine watch a
olrckp, juwclry silverware spectacle!
and .'ic. T. K. l'KNMaN. j
In Cotting's Drug Store )
ost all tho republican papers in
tato are swallowinff Rosowatcr
d saying, J' tho Kearney convention
good polities." Well, thiit's all
Khl. Ail that- seems to bo needed
to make crow a favorito artlclo ot
diet it to bo btarved down. Lincoln
In ono column tho illustrious Cal
houn urges his democratic friendsto oat
McKok'haucrow and in tho very same
sreath berates the republican party for
wallowing Uosewater orow. ltoso
water claims to bo a republican, but
MoKr ighan baa spewed tbo democrat,
to patty out of his political stomach.
Bo moro oonls'ent. Mr. Calhoun. '
Any Independent who tries to"inako
money out of legal notices by giving
them to tho old parties can not ix
peot tho support of the People's par
- Tnis it a free country, Bro. Truman,
and bo party or set of men, will ever
succeed, politically or otherwise, who
rule by an iron band. By the con
stitution a man is guaranteed free
speoeb, liberty of action, aa long as
be ataya within the bounds of law, &c,
Vo, and why should the independent
party step outside of the constitution
and attempt to coerce a man into sup.
port of party if ho chooses to do
othorwiBO. No political party has u
right to dietate to any man, or in any
way take from him his persona) rights
guaranteed' by the constitution. Be
cause an independent should give an
opposition paper a legal notice should
be no reason why ho should not be
supported by his party, provided hv,
.is qualified to 111 an offioe for which
he may be seeking. The principal
"buncombe" portion , of their plat
form, is to the effect that it is the man
and not the oSoe. No Mr. Nation,
no matter what yonr men do, see to
the qualiloation of the mao, you
should nt think about the monoy
consideration it is the ameloration
of the human family for which your
party was organised, yon know. One
thing about the republican parly it
naver coerced a man nor compelled
him to do anything that he did not
wish to voluntarily, and if ha was fit
ted for office he got thero just tho
same if he stood witn both feet on
the republican platform. .
Mr. Editor: The eity counoil has
taken a step in the right direetioB to
Erotect home merchants by planing a
eavy license on peddlers. While this
move in our council would seem at
first sight to be solely'iu the interest
of the merchant! it is a protection to
all consumers against being imposed
upon with inferior goods at supposed
low prices, and the money oanried out
of our community, which is a donblo
injury to all laboring classes' and
against home industry. ' j.
It would be a good, thing for the
people of this commanity and town
had we more manufe,nrr sueh at
the Red Cloud and. Amboy mills in
order to give oar 'farmers a, home mar-k-U
for their prdaota. r
It is to our interest t patronise
these institutions and it wilMterp what
little money we havet Jeff eirenlating
among our home people instead of
' aending it to foreign tenna for their
In looking for flour the other day I
found every merchant handling for
4 eign tour so I had to go to one of the
feed stores to got a saok of home fl ur.
A little oouooil legislation aga'mst
peddlers of foreign lour might "give
u a bettor home markot Fr one I
'will patronize our home institutions
The leap year Carnival of the Y. P.
8. 0. E. at the K. P. hall last Thurs
day n'ght, proved to be a very pleas
ant affair, notwithstanding the ineoa
renient weather. loo ore.im and oake
were served until a Lite hour. ..The
young penplo cleared about $17.
Per cent, 5 os 7 Yearn.
Morning, May 21
The Wobator county W. 0. T. U.
held their third quarterly convention
in Bluo Hill, fllay 11th and 12tb.
Tho delegation was small on account
of tho unpleasant wcathor. Guide
Rook Union was represented by Mrs.
Marshall, Miss Luoy Cone, ana Mils
h zzie Crow; Red Cloud by Mrs.'
Urakcfleld and Mrs. Alioe Pope. The
address of "welcome" was heartil
given Sy Mrs Probascn, tho "rospouso
by Mrs. Mrisiiall.
If-tho contestants could have got
ten thero, a "Gold Medl Content"
would have been held Thutsday tvon
inp, but on account of tho rain and
mud only two were present, conao
quen.Oy tho contest was po-tpon d.
The county President, Mia. Il.iloy
gaye an excellent addnss Wedneoday
evening, subject, "an appeal .for
Woman's King lorn." Mis J llattio
Sa n of Hastings gave ro-itit ons both
evening, w.'iich wcro loudly applaud
ed, as wore Miss Luoy Cones, and
Mis4 Edith Acres, also the littlo ora
tor of Guide Rook, Master Floyd
Marshall, captivated tho audioooo both
cyouings with his recitations, "Idle
Jcr y Jones, and "Tho Happy Child."
A "Han of work" and "resolu
tions," were adopted, whioh if earried
out, would double the number arid
efficiency of the county organization.
Tho Ulun Hill people showed their
interest in the convention, by filling
the church both evening, although
they came through rain aad mud.
They also contributed $5.61 to .the
treasury. v Reporter.
Thp citizens of Penny Creek Ceme
tery Association are requested to meet
at the Penny Creek- sehool hous", .on
Monday. June 6, 1802, at 7 o'clock,
p. m, fur the purpose of tranaacting
any business ,that may , come before
WM. VANDTKI, SeOt.
C. Gust, Prea.
Ice cream at Calinea'.
Organ At a Barajnta.
(Full faco) used but n shoft jtime,
will bo sold at asaorifioe'
T, E. Pcnmak,
Red Cloud Nebr.
Go stfd see W. W. Wright for all
kinds of shelf and heavy hardware,
ceo. Ho does all kinds of Job work
and has competent tinners employed.
While there,-look at thoJo : worla heal
ers. The dry air Cieanablo refriger
ators. Geaeral Conference Metaoallst
Triennial Conclave. Knights Temp
lar; Denver, Colo., August 9-14 1892
ror tbe above oocasoB a rate of one
lowest Irst-olasa for the round trip will
bj madf, tickets will be sold August
4-20 inclusive and limited for return
to October 10th.
8 Ivor Anniversary Admission of
the state of Nebraaka. Lincoln Neb,
May 25-26, .1892. Agents in Kansas,
Nebraska, Iowa, and, Missouri within
150 miles of Lincoln, may sell tickets
to Lincoln at rate of onb fare for the
ronnd trip, tet tickets May 25 26
limit for return Ma v. 27.
National Republican Convention
Minneapolis, Minn., June 7, 1892.
All agents may soil round ttip
tickots to Minneapolis ata rate of .one
lowobt first olasa fare. Agents' in Ne
braska will "sell tickets June 4 5-6
omit on same. for aootinuous passage
from date of ;slead exeoutor with
final return limit-of June 25th.
General Awrmblv of the Presby
terian ohurch, Portland Ore , May 19.
June 21892. All agents may sell
round trip tickets to Portland Ore. at
one lowest first-otafs'fare. Sell tick
ets May 9-44 inclusive, with final lim
it of 90 days from date of sale.
A. ConojeR, Agont,
See Oalmes for ice brcajn, -
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Use4 in MiUiooi of Hornet 40
From June 29th froa all points
cast to Omaha will he one., fare for
round t.ip, good to return to July 15th
From Omaha to Nebraska point tho
usual July rates will be in foroo. It
seems to be a rare opportunity to ac
euVo many visitors to Red Cloud.' '
That resthsss, Derveons, dall and heavy
feeling whioh-prevents sleep and eaesea
us to feel like something terrible waa 'going-la
going to happen is all corrected by
"Bopaticaren whioh cures dyspepsia and
consumption. U. H. Dayo.
Wanted, six teams to break sod.
70 acres to break before the first of
June, and sow in fax.
W. M. G 01 wits, Rod Cloud, Nob.:;
Bradbrook's Photo Gallery.
J list lee of the Peace,
nil Notary Publl.c
Offlee over l'oet ornce.
Heel Cleud Nebraska.
A eafe Investment. We guarantee yon
will never be siek it a course of "Hepatl
cure" is taken spring and fall. L. H.
OrellBaaee No. 5.
An ordinance amending section foar of
Ordinance No. 48. Entitled, an ordi
nance providing for the levying and
ootleetlog of a license tax on occupa
tion and baalneM carried on within the
limits of the, eity of Bed ClooJ, Ne
braska to regelate the same and to re
peal ordinance No. S3, entitled, an ordi
nance relative to licensing poddlersj
booth stands or stall keepers, wheel of
fortune, circuses, menageries, side
shows, revolving wheels and shooting
KBo it ordained by the mayor and conn
oil of the eity of Red Cloud, Neb,
8io 1. That section four (t) of 'ordi
nance No. fortv-flve ft!0, entitled, an ordi
nance providing for the levying ana col
lecting of a license tax on occupation and
bualnesa carried on within the limits of
Miecltyot; RedOlood, Nebr;, to regulate
the same and to rspeal ordinance No. 83, '
entitled, an ordinance relatWetnlloenaiug.
peddlers, booth stands or stall keepers,
wheel of fortune, . circuses,, menageries,
aide shows, revolving swings and shooting
Xalleriea, be amended to read as follows:
ny and all fire insurance companies do
ing business in tbe city of Bed Cload, Ne
braska, shall pay into the eity treaaary
the aum of Ave (A) dollars per Tear.
Bbo. 2. That all ordinances and parts
of ordinances la oonfllot with this ordi
nance be and the same It hereby repealed.
Sao. 8. This ordinance shall be in
force and effeot from and after ita adop
tion and publication according to law.
Fasaed this 11th day ot May, 1892.
D. B, (tpiHOOLB, Mayor.
Attest, T. J. Ward, City Clerk.
"The Chicago .World Fair Committee'
has passed a resolution that every person
attending thn "Fair" shall take with them
a bottle of "Hepatloure" aa a preventive
from contracting blood, liver and kidney
dlaeases. L.H. Deyo.
Tbe township board of Line township
Webeter county, Neb., will meet at the
residence of the township olerk on Mon
day Jane Oth, 1802 at 1 o'clock p m to aet
as a board ot equalization for said town
ship and for the transaction of any other
business that may oome before the meet
ing. Dated May 3rd, 1892,
Dl ease never aucoeaafully attacks a
ojuvoui nifcuvuis UIWUl su ,, inv B kH"
Bunarllla makes pure, new blood and en-'
riches the old. 0,1 Cottiog.
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