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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1892)
QtAa occasion of tie Nail Ida
MtfeMl Ana's Aaaaal eORTMiiM at
tJaaga, M. Y., July 124ft, the Bar.)
.- litgtaa Roate, from Jaly 84 to July
v tih, iaelasirf, 'fill Hit roaad trip
ttekata from all poiate in Nebraika to
, larataga at aaa lowest Intuitu fare,
piae two dollars (membership foe N.
Tiekets are good for retara passage
freai Jaly lfttH to 21st; an eataation
T Aid Nebraska.
The Burllncton tt Missouri River
Railroad has prepared and bow has
ready for distribution a new haad
book, treating of the opportumtiea
which Nebraska, northwestern Kansas
and eastern Colorado offer to farmers,
business men and investors. '
This book lisi boon gotten out for
the information ot eastern people,
particularly thoso who have friends
west of the Missouri; it is written in
f time limit eaa, however ha obtain k pleasant, easily understood style, by
ta hjr depositing tieket at oflee of the
Jolat Agent of Termiaal Liaes, 3C0
The Barliaf-toa Roate will run
Special pallmaa sleeping ears and re
eliaiag ekair ears from Linoola and
Omaha through to Saratoga, leaving
Llaeela at 2:40 P. M., and Omaha at
4:4ft P. M Jaly 9th.
A folder giving all particulars, may
he had upon applyiag to J. Fraa'eis,
Oeaeral Passeager and Tieket Agent,
Omaha, to whom, or to local ageat B.
NRR, requests for reservatlbn
of berths should be addressed.
HairRates ta New Yark.
To Aeeommadata Ohriitiaa Eadeav
ora aad their friends along ita line
who desire to attead the Rational eon
veitioB Y P 8 0 K at New York, Jaly
7-10, the Barliugtda Roate will on
Jaly 4th rua a special traia from
Omaha through to New York, via
Ohloaga aad Niagara Falls, leaving at
11:49 p m, after arrival of all trains
from the west.
A rate of one fare for the round
trip haa heea authorised and will bo
opea to the general pahlio.
1 Ticket, good to retura any time
i witaia thirty daya from data of pur
chase, will be oa sale at dates to bo
The law fates in force, the through
car facilities at the disposal of trav
elers by the Burltagtoa Route, and
x the delightful season of the year,
cemhiaa to make this at naequnjled
opportunity of tisltiag the east
Remtmbt;' that yaa eaa purchase
tickets from your station through to
Fall iaformatloa may be had upon
application la the local agent of the
BAMRRR,orby addressing J.
Francis, General Passeager Ageat,
1 "Omaha, Nobr.
, NaUcaal eeaveation Prohibition
paHy Oiaoiaaati, 0. Jaao 29-30 '82.
All ageaU may sell round trip tick
etatoCiaelanati, O., at one lowest
''Irst-elaaa fare for the rouad trip, tick-
f oa sale Jane 26 aad 27 and limit
c,, fee raters to July 7th.
Annual eacaapsH ovn vi ? ui-
areas U S A aad Ladies Aid Society,
, ' Helena, Moat. Aug. 8-13 1892. All
egeate may aell tickets to Helena,
c at ana forest Irstolasa fare. Tiokets
aa'eale Aag. 4-10 inclusive with tran
sit limit of 20 daya in each direction
aad laal rctarn limit to Ootobcr 10.
" Aaaual convention Societies of
Chrlatiaa Kndcaror New York City,
Jaly 7-l, '92. All agents may sell
veaad trip tleketa to New York at one
- lowest Irst-elass fare. Tickets on sale
Jaly 3 ta 5 iatlasive and same will be
Mod tar return Bascsce from July 10
to Jaly 16th laclailve with a provi
aiea far extension to Augest 10 on de
positiag same with joint ageat of the
traak liaes Association on or before
Aaaual convention National Educa
liaaal Aseoeiatioa Saratoga Springs,
N.'Y. Jaly 12-lft J1892. All agents
may aell roaad trip tiokets to Saratoga
Springe at rate ef one lowest Irst-clara
fare plus $2,00. Tickets on sale July
' 3 9 inelasive, aad tickets will bo good
for retara passage from July 15 to
2lst inelusiva with provision for ex
tension ta September 2 aa provided be
low. An.extepsiea af limit for re
tura trip eaa be obtaiacd provided
the tiokct is deposited with joint
agent of Terminal lines at No. 369,
, Broadway, Saratoga, the extension of
t, limit in no oasa to exceed Sept. 2d or
3d aa the case may be as provided
above, to obtain thia extension the
ticket must be deposited with the
joint agent at the address given above
between July 5 and July 19 inclusive.
A. Oonover, Ag't,
oae who thoroughly knows his subject,
and is confidentially recommended as
likely to stimulate immigration to a
very considerablo extent
It pictures Nebraska and tboso por
tions of Kansas and Colorada adjaoent
to it, not as thoy might be, but as they
It is thought that the best method
of distributing these hand books is as
follows: Parties in Kansas Nebraska
and Colorado, having friends in the
east who nro likely to be interested in
such literaturo as this, aro invited to
send tho names and addresses of these
latter to Mr. S. Francis, Gon'l Paaen
gor & Tioket Agont, Burlington Route
Omaha, Nob., who will take pleasare
in forwarding, postpaid, to such adj
dresses as many copies as desired.
Do you want money, happiness, com
fort nnd pleasure? It so, keep your
health perfect by an occasional use of
"Hepatfcure" tho great English blood,
kidney nnd liver tonic For sale by L.
The Epworth League Convention
of tho Hasting's distriot was heid in
Red Cloud Monday and Tuesday,
Juno 13-14. The League is a sooioty
of the M. E. church. The conven
tion was well attended and it abound
ed with good things. Tho following
ministers wero in attendance: '
Rev. II. A. Kffcll, President
of Fairfield, W. R. Jonea,
Presiding Elder of Hastings,
J. D. M. Buokner of Hebron;
A. J. Marsh, of Ouide Rook, Ret.
MeVey of Inavale, A. M. Perry of
Lawrence; Clay Comb of Clay Canter
R 0. Adams of Hastings, 0. B. Len
fostof Chester: E. J. Randall of Red
t Cloud. Besides the ministers, the
following persons had part on tho pro
gram: Miss Anna Randall, Mrs. E.
J. Dueker, Mra.E. J. Case, Prof. O.
M. Caster of Red Cloud: Miss M. M.
Howitt of Fairfiold.
Praise From Sir HMfcart
A more agreeable journey through di
versified aad attractive scenery than that
which ean be made by one ot the two dai
ly rtstibuled fait train of the Baltimore
Ohio railroad betwotn Ulilcago arid
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, aad
New York would be hard to flni. The
Baltimore k Ohio railroad of today is a
vastly different institution from that
Which it was n few yenrs ago. The antl
nuated locomotive and care htoh then
oonatitnted its equipment have given
place to rotting stock of the latest and
best patterns and the thrnngh trains vee
tibaled from engino te n-nr sleeper and
iacladlng diniug earn aud Tollman ears
of the most modern nnd Insurious char-
lac ter, compare favorably with any la 'the
worm, xno Bleeping oars especially want
for these trninn u few months ago have
some admirable improvements. The ele
gant simplicity of tho interior decorations
is in marked contrast to the loader Orna
mentation which not long ago was con
sidered the height of art in sac h places.
The wood is or manogany wun lime earv
eu or raise work whloh the eye does not
tire of admiring. The improvement in
the locomotive equipment is equally as re
markable. Ih order to climb the Alleghe
nlffl, from whoso heights tho passenger
enjoys viows of sublimity and beaaty
which he noyer forgets, heavy grades and
nnmorons curves woro nooessary in con
structing the road and until reoently it
required the help of extra engines to get
n train to thi summit. Now when the
foot of this mountain is reaohed. Instead
of two or more engines bolng called 'into
servloe there Is attached to the train a
single engine weighing C7 tons, having
sis oouplod drivers and oyllndora 21x26
Iriohes In size and this powerf al machine
takes the heavy train up the long atretehes
Of grades reaching ns nigh as 118 feet to
the mile, at a lively pace. The daylight
Wfcea Bafcy was sick, we rve her Osstorl.
When she was a CfclM, she cried for Castorl.
Whea she became MIm, she clung to Oastoria.
Whsa the had CbHdrea, ebe gave these Cattorie,
He who Wapts Health Wants Everything!
The high bred Morgan stallion, Black
Hawk Chief 4tb, will make the season at
the stable ot J. a. Ilolcomb on Elm
street, rear of Holland house. Ho is a
very stylish, showy lioreo, and carrion
more Morgan blood than any horse in tho
state. Breed to good horses, raiso good
oolta and no longer complain of low
PEDIGREE: Black Hawk chief 4 was
bred by 8. 8. Hitohcosk of M?alaia, Minn,,
aire Yearnlv'e Blask Hawk chief 8 by
Black Hawk chief 2 bred by Judge Front
of Salisbury, Vermont, he by nitre Black
Hawk by Sherman's Morgan by Justin
Morgan, the founder of the Morgan fam
ily, 1st dam Lady Mossengor; 2d by Young
ambletoalan; 8d dam by Bishop aatnble
tou!an;4ta dam the Pront Mare by Gilford
Morgan by Woodbury's morgan by Justin
Morgan. It wtll be seen that Black Hawk
chief 4th traces baok to Justin Morgan on
the sires side twice aa the Pront mare does
also, and carried the nambletonian blood
represented bp Bishop's nambletonlan and
loang Banbletoalah Terms on application
at above stable.
J. C. noLOoMn, Manager.
If dull, spiritless and stuped: it your
blood is thick and sluggish j it your appe
tite iaeanrfoloua nnd uncertain, you need
n Sarsaparilla. For beet rest result use
DeWitt'e. O.L. Potting.
ForFiro Lightning and Toraado
Insuranoe in the German of Frecportj
and other reliable companies, call oa
or write to Chas. Sohaffnit, office over
Beyo's drug store, Red Cloud, Nebr.
ride over the mountains, especially in the
time of verdure, shows a wonderfully at
tractive panorama in whioh grandeur and
beauty aro constantly mingled, aaa in
deed the entire tourney between Wash
tnaton and Chlcano proves the prawriety
of calling this road "Picturesque B. k 0.
Hallway Ago ' a
My head aches; my stomach ie sour;
Ican'tBleen: have bad dreams, bain in
baok and limbs, dUxinesn. absent minded.
bilious, lansuid. dull nnu stupid. AH
these tire indications et malaria, blood,
liver or kidney disease, deadly typhoid
fever, nil of which onn be avoided by
uaing "llopntluures" For sale by I H.
Children Cry for
pramkenness. or tke Uejwer
Habit Cured 41 Homo ! Tern
Daya hf Adntauttriag ar.
Haines' Ctoldcta faaclle.
IJ can fee given In a gift of peer, a
cud of entree or tea Oc in food without
the knowledge of the patient It in ab
solutely harmless and will effect a per
manent and speedy cure, whether the
patient in s moderate drinker or an at-
eoholio wreck. It haa been nivan inf
1 thousands of cases, and in every instance
taw. The system once impregnated with
the specific, ft become an utter lmpoaat
bility fo the liquor appetite to exist'
Cures guaranteed. 48 page book of 'jpar
tioulara f ree. Adjleeasthe Golden Hpe-
oiflo Co., 185 Race Street, Cincinnati, O.
We auviBe nil our readers to procure
"Marshall's Mnnuul of Health." Thia
valuable bwok should be in every home.
It in a masterpiece ot science, oentfree
on application to Marshall Chemical Mfg.
Co Kansas City, MoM or Lawrence, Kai.
For sale by TU. U. Deyo.
Children Cry for
To Mosm Bnan: You will take no
tice that the mayor and council of the
City of Red Gloud, at a meeting of said
eonnoll held May 28d 1802 by resolutions
oa a fall vote of the eonnoll did on the
date aforesaid order the rebuilding or
eonstmotlon of side walk along the sonth
side of lot twelve (12) in block four (4)
City of Red Cloud fronting on Fourth
Avenue said wain toae or the width or
feat anal 75 feet long to be constructed
of 2 inch nine lumber bavins not leas than
SxS inch sills four inch lumber to support
same, ir within fifteen (loi daya alter
the pnblieation of this notice the said
Hoses Stern or owner of above described
premises shall not have built or
eansed to be built said walk as ordered tho
mayor or city council of said city will cause
said wait to be constructed and the ex
pence of building same shall be made a
special tax on said described property in
accordance with the law in snob ease made
Red Croud Jane 2, 181)2.
Attest Tnos. 1. Wakd, City Clerk,
D. B. BvAuooLn, mayor.
Bar a jsaaav
saamfeM - sm '
W,"- , v'saam
sfesaaSSll!' ' sB
There are millions of Derscna in this coiflijtrv who suffer
from chronic diseases or an affliction which incapacitates
them from business, and frequently makes life a burden.
many of whom would place themselves under diflferenff treat
ment if thev were acauainted with the fact that a new
treatment was in reach of them. Remedial agents for many.
of those ills we have endeavored to secure. Of such we oiler
to the afflicted one, on a business like bauiri the maiiagment
of which we trust will be temperecfrby a m,oral and philan-
Ws mctles the Bnrfxerhoff treatment of jar forms of BECJaL DISEASES.
rnaaUr ewe a debt cf gratitude to the father ana founder cf this system and not to pah
Ilia tc the world suetTipOTiJe Jg. wonjd be to do mankind an justice. This 1b the
remedy that thousands Mess, and one that I have seeurejl at -great oijfcneo,""trld"ad
tattsdialbre(Berlnglt to you for your conslSeratlon and Investigation. Descriptive
yamphlsts sent free sn application. OMeo dbnsultatlon free. Nemes ofpartlos yho have
ccBCimi cheerfully given on application. x
L. D. DenMey, M. D., Red Cloud, Neb
,5J i ffij &T fen wsm fK SPW
THE TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Willi MAKK -
DtJfvAPJILITY and FINISH
Prevent chills, fever, malaria, loss of
time by sickness, Take "Hepaticure."
xxx saw oy u. a. utyo.
"Late to bed and early to rise will
shorten the road to your home in the
skies." But early to bed and n "Little
Eany Riser," the pill that makes life
longer and better and wiser. C. I.
Tho Ladies of tho Congregational
Aid Society served ioo oream in Mar
tin's old store last Saturday aftornoon
Thoso ladies will servo ico cream
every Saturday afternoon hereafter,
perhaps in eomo building down the
Brinht people are the quickest to reo
osnise a (rood thins and buy it. We eel
lots of brinht people the Llttlo Early Ri
sera, If you are not bright these llli
will make you so. v. it. uotting .
Elder Futuian, pastor of the Chris
titn church is expected homo to-da;
and will preach in tbo Christia
church next Sunday both uiornin
Disease never successfully attacks
system with puro blood. DeWitt'B Bar
saparilla makes pure, new blood and en
rtcnes tne om. u. iv uoiung.
Tbo voar of 1892 is ono long to be
remembered as being ono of great dis
asters, both fire and flood. So also was
the winter of 1891 noted for its
deaths of distinguished people.
Mrs.L.n, Pattori, Rockford, 111., writes
"From personal experience I can recom
mend DoWilt's Sarsaparilla, a cure for
inipuro blood und general debility."
D.lt. Dungan'a lecture at (bo Opera
Uouso last Faiday evening was not
very well attended, but it was a good
locture Just the same.
. . . in
It is a Used and immutable law that to
have good sound health one must have
pure rich and abundant blood. There is
no shorter nor surer route than by a oourse
ot DeWiU's Sarsaparilla.
Terms to suit customers.
8ADA J. BAILEY, Ag't.
The Red Claud Dray Liae have four
gaed aad heayy mule teami. All
baaliaf promptly attended to your
4n aalielted. Jito Bakklby,
" ' Proprietor.
Take efAtiawW aad prevent chilli
anal faicr-tatAer the nauseous danger
oua rlmgs to etva them. For sale by L.
inrrne Ser eat wssibwui vwonm, ew.pK
1 ..HHKHaMBBiaBKBaKAMBsisieMina laaaf smmjpv amnaai aa? aMMssaa smam aalB&UslBl HABHXACCttrwW
B " M i ii -- amw 0 vpbb
emwsrB w asrwaanwavajawev
OIET SiVED IS M0KETM1DK.
sre te W oeau ea every.eouar jooipa.
Lower than any yard in the world
ImlatSa Untied BtaUS. Or Oct rt ML
MML uiene, cw. u"t
Jsufcii, Clocks, wylry. aUverwsre,
WfelDS. AatleeJtarsl lapUeienU, etc.
1ST OLAJiS qpous. Catawgae mi
leg the fewer Uw.euse
.! Mutt ter Tr s
b coacetn which etiu at sswtfsetarers arleM,
ilessJe bejpr. Ve
iifiTi . riH. a Iba wkotaula I
reaiee ail apo as nr""") u " ""
dnmi rsMndtO. oooos seat ey expiw r
18 Qalnty Btreett Chlesgo, ill
WE WILL PAY
A eslsry e las to IM per wetk te GOOD sMBto
NffMMt milm vmyitanxy, snd sell our gXwsl
awes who wwt stbadt ssrwisni
trt.v. CeuloRss and psrUcuUrs seat oa receipt
sera for mdbmmi,
Fort Abstract Co., Red GloiKr
h. II. FORT, Manager.
AliBti?a)iB f Ti
Famished to all Lands in Webster County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOTICE.
Having; hnd ton yean exporioico In county recVrd nnd ono ot tho most rrimnleto set of At
street beoks In Uie HUitf, vi guarantee satisfaction. Yot.r f nvnrs Solicited
All or de' flllcd promptly. 10,000 dollar band tiled
t niiapprovcd. Address or call on
L. II. FORT Manaqeb. Red Cloud, Neb.
tt. E. POND, IPMNCE ARTHUR
A. KARPEN A CO,
:y stress cucsgo, uu
Notice la hereby elren that the Interest aaa
reutft! upon tho contracts ot sale and lease to
tho followin described educational Maaaalu
uattd In Webster count. Nebraska, MsetefC
Kslte the mimes cf the respertlve belders
ftrMif. 1 itftllnniunt. mid If uld dnllnnuesMiy
Is not paid up wltlilN ulnety days (roaa the date
of this notlco. said contracts will be declared
rerfeltrd by the tmard of educational lands and
I funds, mid said forfeiture will be entered of
Mrs. Newhouso was
in Omaha last wool.
Other medicines mlght help but to
make assurance doubly sure useDeWitt'e
SareapariUa to enrich, purity and renew
the blood. 0. L. Cottlng.
A few (;ood farm .loans, six per can
interest. No Bccond'mortc. P. lit
uU.m i-lllw. n. I1. Niwinmrr.
, w!.i-i w, iioicoinu mm iiroiaer.
KM, IMlo w, A. T. Onimh
nwU, I0-M2 w, Joslah
aud neM. eU, 302-12 w, Harvey
1UIIU. HIIU wiu iuiiciiiii. mil W V
record In tbo manner provided by law,
NU.fliWi-riiw. 'Iliad Arnold.
K'S.smU, 1(K 0 w, Frank (1, Johnson
NwU, IU-2-1I w, William Catner.
W'i.sw.'i mid uwm, 11
Hali. imV, I6-M2 w, Joseph W, Jones.
8ew7uwUamlnwM,eH, 1G-1-12 w.Joslah
KU.swMundoti.sem and swl-4, se
dwM.ueUnuduoM, nwH. 10-1-12 w,
Mil. new, 10-1 19 w, Sylvester Cayou,
Bwui. iiwW and uwi-i, uwH, M 1-0 w, Chas,
Dated alfJufiolH, Vejjrftska, tills 1st day of
June, IMS. , f A.W,t;jPHnnv.
Cmmliloner ot l'ubllo lAtunVJilt,
u!neM. 10-1 19 w, Sylvester Cayo
ml nwl . iM-e. w. K. II. Hiiirley.
til-it as-'J-lO w, John Zackory.
Children Ory for
Sole Ageat far Webster Cauaty.
People nroposluR to buy sewing machines
should not fall to'see the
The Finest Machine Made In
Every purehaser of a fine draner Oak or
Walnut ease receives free a 1'eerletts button
hole attachment. Don't buy until jrott see the
Sinner Improved Hewing Machine,
Gee. Guilford, Agent.
iflli I'itTai'rTaTimsVrii I ltfl7hi,isYi sVnl1! in.
GI WITS & SON
Aro Prepared to do
Carriages and Wagons
ri lath Wood and Iron.
Martin RtprrlntfStcay whan
Latne warn id Required.
Shop Just nortli.fiI.tli6 m'aVtlo works. North
Conveyancer, Real Estutn,
Leans, Insurance,' uutl lcn
Red Cloud, Ncbruaktt.
I especially invite you to onll on mo for
anything in my Hue. Lcmns made on
farm property at 8 par sout. Insurances
in the best companies I rrlRo,
AGENT FOR THE STARK
Call and seo mr if you destro, shrubbery
flowers or fruit stook . You ill find prof
itable to see me.
II. E. POND.
D. B. Sparing1 e.
Real . Estate
, and Lan Agent
I. W. TULLEYS, M. D.
1 Memstopatttlc Pbyslclaw,
Peal Cladd, tichrmmt,
. ofllce opposite First National Dank.
V. H.ExainlDlne burgeon,
Varaaie dlseaws tceatoa. by mall.
Will servo a limited number of clioio
march this season,
IIo is G years old nnd strongly built,
15J hands high nnd a nnyirul trotter
and has on excellent pedigree,
J. W. Mohanvilt.k, Prop.
Hod. Cloud, Nob.
Notice to Touchers.
Notico is horcby given that I will
examine all persons who may desiro
tQ offer themselves us candidates for
tcuohora oftho public soliools of this
couuty, at ltcd Gloud on tho third
hfeturday of each month.
Special examination will bo hold
on tho Friday proceeding tho 3d Sat
urday of each month.
Tho standing required fui !M and
3d urade ccrtiQoaton is thu mime no
'grado below 70pcr con!., uvorogc 80
per cent; lor lirst grado certilicuto
no grado bojow 80 por ocnt., avorago
90 per'cont. in all branches required
D. M, Hunxer, County Supt.
CHEAPER FARM LOANS.
1 can wnto ou a farm loan at n ,
straight T por ofht. with tho privilegoj
ui paying 011 any part 01 me prviuv
pui uv uny uuercHt payment.
3. II. Daiubt.
i i i $
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