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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1892)
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Friday Jane 1.T, IStt.
ahtcrtatlaa, . 91 Per Aaaum
rlaklr la JaAvaaea
If noteeM In airaBee, after Nil data Mafch
ID, m, tha price will to at .as.
stared at tha 1'oat Offlea la Red cloud, Neb.,
aa nan mtuer or iae second ciass
teaaallcaa National Ticket.
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rf Cotmsstaaatta District
Bfoaraskaae ajr lac Hawdrctfi
Vblt Ike !f ertkem Metropolis.
Ob last Tuesday sight the editor of
Tiro Ctiiir, along with several othen
of Red Cloud's republican!, wended
their wa j to the B. M. depot for
the purpose of taking passage to Min
neapolis, for the purpose of attending
the National republican convention.
In due Beaton Oaaha wal reached and
there the Red Clood contingent was
compelled to wait tin hours for a
orth bound train. After taking in
oar owa capital city, the hour for tho
departure of the convention train catno
and at 5:45 the train pulled out of the
Oaaha Webster street depot, loaded
with enthuslastie republicans who
were determined on talking lor their
favorite eandidates. . After riding all
aight the train pulled into Minneapo-l
lis at 6:30 and then the soramblo for
hotel aeeonmodatloDs comtaenocd.
The Red Cloud people were, however,
amen sore fortunate than many
othen, as they secured very nice quar
ters 1n the Bruiswiek Hotel, many
thanks far which an due Mr. Walt
BeelcyiieoretAry of the etato central
isoaaUtee. This gentleman leased
tha entire house and the Nobraskans
were therefore fortunato enough to
have comfortable accommodations.
Nothing was accomplished on Mon
day, excopt tDme very Bice politieal
starring hetweon the different adher
ents of Harrisoi, Blaise, Ac. .
The first session of the convention
was of very little consequence, the
only work done was the election of
tempertry oflcere, and the convention
then adjourned until Wednesday, and
then the jennanent offeers were elec
ted, Hon. William MoKinlcy of Ohio,
being the unanimous choice of tho
convention for chairman, and was es
corted to the chair amid tho applause
coming from twelve to fifteen thous
and voices. Another adjournment
waa taken antil Thursday and then
the actual test developed Mr. Har
rison's strength. The vote was taken
upon the adoption of tho majority and
minority reports of the oomtmttco on
credentials, The majority report cmi
nated from tho Harrison supporters
and was carried by a good majority,
and then it was that tbo Blaine men
for. Wo should liko to go on and
tell of all tho pleasant things about
the convention- and tho great leaders
of the party present and the thous
and beautiful things about tho twin
cities, but tho crowded condition of
our oolumns forbids, hence wo must
closo by saying that it was tho grand
est republican and most enthusiastio
national convention ever held by the
greatest party known to modern times
and that tho c'aty of Minneapolis is
to bo congratulated on her hospital!
fty extended, to all. Tho railway facil
ities woro splendid, tho creaH'. E, &
Li. V. fry route as well as tho "Q"
hauled their passengers in good shape
thoir trains arriving promptly. Theso
roads arc always looking after the
comfort and convenience of their
patrons and this timo was no excep
tion to tho rule. In short tho minu
tin of .tho convention was nicely
managed and everything passed off to
the entire satisfaction of 'all
On Wednesday evening, Juno 8, '92
at tho house of tho brido Ooeurrcd
tho marriage of Wm. MeAvoy and
Mrs. Mary Miller, in tho presence of
a goodly number of inyited friends,
Rev. Geo. 0. Yoisor officiating. Af
ter many congratulations" nd good
wishes being extended tho guests
wcro invited to tho supper room where
aa elegant luncheon was served.
Many rare and beautiful souveairs
wero ptesenced by tho friends, Mri
and Mrs. MoAvoy Itayo been residents
f this city for a number of years past
and their geniality have wen for them
awidoxiroloof friends who earnestly
dosiro a fuluro At Appinsss and pros
McKeighan is now busily trying to
explain tho Hastings Cadotship ap
pointment and thq ton dollar feo
attachment. It will tako a good
many explanations to satisfy tho peo
ple It was simply unheard of.
Bargain In Summer Goads.
I havo iust received a new line in
white, black arid other summer dress
goods, parasols, sun umbrellas,
Hosiery, Maslip, Jfcoit underwear,
corsets, ladies' misses', and children's
waists, ladies mitts, nice assortment
Prfl80nt!of blaoktTouncint?s and laces, ham-
burg and swiss cmhxoidory, h an dicer
chiefs, ore., etc, Ntw is tho time to
buy. Call and sco mo.
lC-flt F. NxwnotjBK.
Joo Hartley of Atkinson, Holt
county, Nebraska, will bo a candidate
boforo tho republican Stato conven
tion foi state treasurer. Mr. Bartley
is a very pleasant gentleman and from
what wo know of him would fill tho
TIio marked benefit which people In run
down or weakened stato ol health derlre
(rum Tlood's Barsaparllla, conclusively prorci
tho claim that thl medicine " makes tho weak
strong." It does not act liko a ttlamlant,
Imparling Cctltlous strength fiom which there
must follow a reaction ot greater weakness
than before, but In t!'0 most natural way
Hood's Darsaparllla otcrcomes that tired feel
ing, creates aa appetlto, purines tha blood,
and, la short, tires treat bodily, ame,
saeatal aad dltestlva strength.
11 tart aPng I was completely fatted out
My strength left mo and I felt sick and ml.
cranio all the time, so. that I could hardly,
attend to my business. I took one bottle o
Ilood'a Barsapartlla, and It cured me. There
Is nothing like It." K. 0. Bkoom, Editor.
Enterprise, Bclletllle, Mich.
"I derlTed Tcry much benefit from Ilood'a
flarsaparllla, which I took for General debility.
It built me right up, and gavo me aa excel-
N. B. It you deeldo to tako Hood's Barsa
partlla do not bo Induced to buy aaytbUi alas
lastead. Insist upon hating
BoldbyandnwiUU. S1 slxforSS. Prtfandealy
by 0. I HOOD 0O4 ApothtearlM,tiawU, MM.
100 Dotas Ona Dollar
To the- parrrrs!
h. c. scon,
Invites tho Farpicrn or Webster nnd adjacent counties to his
Inrgo nnd varied stock ol'
Such as Wagons, Buggies, Carts, Plows,
Harrows, Mowing Machines. &c.
See him before buying for bargains.
Try Cactus oil for brab wire cuts
It in tho most healing romody in the
world. Sold only by Deyo tho Drag-gist.
GO TO THE
J5ity $atoy and Restaurant
For fro It Broad rics
All kinds of cakes,
candles, Nuts, cigars,
and fresh Frultc, etc.
Meals and LrUricJb. i all jh.ou.rs
Boarding and Lodging. Fresh Oystora and Ice CFflam in
Jos Herburger, Prop.
The platform adoptod by tho repub
lican convention at Minneapolis, along
with a full deecrintion will be-found
on the insido of today's paper. Tho'
platform is broad enough and sound
daough on all subjects for every loyal
Amerioanto stand upon. Head it
carefully and then dcolaro yourself to
bo a beliover in sound government
espoused by tho grandest party in this
country, vis: tho republican party.
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To the Republicans of tttV Country:
The resolution, energy and persis
tence which enyk'ed the proceedings of
the convention nt Minneapolis, will, if
turned against tho common foo, win
tho election in November.
All minor differences should bo
merged in tho duty of evory republi
can to do all in his power to cl6et tho
tioket today nominated by tho Nation-J
al republican convention.
Jameh 0. Blaine.
The Calf Shoes Wioner sells
of the best mado and tho prices
cheap as tho cheapest
Harrison and Motel.
There is a poetio sound in tbo names
of tho two national standard boarors
of tho republican party, that fills ono
with enthusiasm and virtually insures
thoir clootion. Two names above all
others in our oountry. Nothing can
stop them from being elootcd 1b .No
vember. Harrison tho statesman, and
Rucklcn'a Aralcea alve
The Beet Salve in the world for oats.
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Bnlt Bhann. fever
Rami. TnttAr. Chanced hands. OhUblalM.
Corns, and all other Skin Ernptlone,
mt,A nfhitivAiv eiitea nlles. or no nay re
quired. It U apajantoed to glvaperfaet
atisf action or money rof unded, Priea IB
oents per box, forssjapy u. ts. iyw. 9
Bids will be received up to noon on
tho 25th day of Juno 1892 for fur
nishing material subjeot to the approv
al of the board of trustees for feie
ing the Bed Cloud Cemetery, to la
nlniln three kinds of fence, 1st Iron,
2nd wood and Iron, 3rd wood 160 rods
long moro or loss. Iho right is re
served to reject any or an uiun.
B. B. Fulton, Clerk.
I Want to Bay Farms
Parties having cheap farm lands for
sale, improved or unimproved can find
buyers by calling on D. B. Spanogle,
Real Estate and Loan Agent, Red
Osear Patmor has just received a
BIO supply of garden scods. Go and
see him at Perkins and Mitchell's old
ee Keeacr'a gupalles.
A. Mohart, the hardware man, trill
hereafter keep all kinds of Beo Keep
er's supplies. Mail order filled
The best in tho world, for salo at,
A. MonART's. 40-tr
Go and see W. (V. Wright for all
kinds of shelf and heavy hardware,
Ao. Ho does all kinds of Job work
and has competent tinners omployed.
IWhilo there, look at thoso world beat
ers. The dry air Uioanablo refr igcr-ators.
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a h fnBns
J. O. UlJTLi)n,
Is better prepared than ever to
sell you all kinds of harness
collars, s,adlery, etc
In the Tinker Building. IIo lina the
rr..t alnrlc In litis nS-l nl Ilia vallv.
mad will make It sm luducemcntto trada
Roid tho diplomat. Where could two
irn.. ii,.. !, ... v,n. r fi, txad that the country honors
.ln.ft.1 fcBlt,f. .,i-Un. .J .r. mo" ? Starting from the moro hum-
O - 1 - L ,
Friday moraine's session, Mr. Ham-
eon was nominated on tho first ballot
by a vote ot 535. Blaino recoived
182 1-0 and McKinley 182, with a fow
scattering votes. The mention of the
names of Harrison and Blaino was the
signal for great applause which lasted
about thirty minutes, tho enthusiasm
was so grest that it just took the. moro
. mention of tho two great leaders'
names to mako a tremendous wavo ot
enthusiasm travel over tho great sea
of admirers who thronged every nook
and corner of the great building. It
was a great time and a greater con
vention, and ten minutes after tho
battle every republican of cithor iao
tlon had their coats off and wero loud
ly praising the wisdom of tho conven
tion which nominated tho nest presi
dent and vice-president of tho United
States, vis Benjamin Harmson and
WuiTELAW Reid. All hail to the
standard bearers of the groatest and
noblest political party ever organised
the graBd old republioan party. Sue
cses is ours in November.
' Minneapolis is a great city and did
herself proud in caring for her guests.
The city is among the prettiest and
eleanest in our republio and every at
tention possible was shown to the dole
gates and visitors. During tho
recesses between each soiBion the vis
itor took in the sights of which
Minneapolis Is noted. Tho big mills
tho fine buildings, the falls, Lake
Minnetenka, Lake Harriet, Lake CaJ
howi, the parks, the beautiful streets
e,, 6e., were All in turn visited by
the visiter and every attentit give
bio walks of life, stop by step they
havo climbed to tho pinnacle of fame
and this in tho land of tho free, for in
no other land is it possibio for men to
gain their way to prominenco except
by traditional blood, must he born
great to aohiovo greatness, but in Am
erica our greatest men como from tho
humbler walks, and suoh aro tho
standard bearers of tho republican
party for 1802. Hurrah for Harrison
IS. J, COZAD, Proprietor.
All hauling intrusted to, me will be promptly
Has Moved his l?lour and Fec'd Store of the
Perkins & Mitchel building .
Nothing but the best goods kept; Call an -1
when yon want anything
in my line
Fire, Lightning and Tornado Insurance !
Tho proposal that tho publio schools
of America lead in tho commemoration
of Columbus day is ono of tho most
sonsible suggestions that has boon
mado for appropriately marking tho
four-hundreth anniversary of our ex
istence as tho Amorioan raoo. There
is an especial fitness 'in giving this
prominenco to tho American publio
school. There aro many reasons' why
every friend of frco education should
aid in. nuking tho Columbus day ex
orcises a marked buoocss. The day
will bo put to tho highest education
al use if tho school children in every
sootiou of tho oountry can be simul
taneously commemorating the greatest
event in secular history. The dedica
tion of tbo exposition buildings and
grounds will bo an event of great
significance. But it is not sufficient
tbe four-hundreth anniversary bo al
lowed to pass with an observance of
merely local scopo. The disoovery of
the ndw world burdened uqmoasurably
the horison of men of nations.
Its effect was far reoching, the wholo
order of tho European destin beina;
transformed by it. Ik should be cele
brated by n demonstration of equal
If von do not want tbe earth,
Wiener can pleaso you in anything
you may want in clothing.
For Salo at a Bargata.
I desire to dispooo of the W H of seo.
10-1-12 in Webster Co. at ortoe, aa I need
the money. Apply to JSdwara noma.
Savanna, 111. for particulars,
Farm loans at lowest interest.
fgtrfetly first-class loans at lower rates
than has over been given in tnts coun
ty before Option to pay part or all
attend of any yeas. 0. F. Cathbr.
A pair of cold eye-glasses, by Mil
ton Lester, Finder will plotso leave
at this office and rocjeivo a liberal toward.
Tho thermometer is steadily rising
you will want lighter clothing under
wear, ao. wioner has made an pre
paratiens to supply your demands, his
stook Is large ana prices low.
Notiee is hereby given that under and
by vlrtna of an order ot sale issued from
the oSea of C. B. Crone clerk of the dis
trict court of the tenth Judiolal district,
within and for Webster county, Nebraska,
upon a decree in an notion pending there
in, wherein Zllph j S. Hubbard is plaintiff
and against Henry MeCormal, James Mo
Gcrmal and Anna MeCormal bis wife,
Catherine Feltis, .John Feltis,
Mary Mehuke, formerly afary MeCormal
and Karl Mehuke, her husband, Wm. 13.
Jackson, executor of tha last -will
and testament of Henry MoOormal,
deceased, and Kaley Brothers,
defendents, I shall offer for sale at publio
vendue to tbe highest bidder for cash m
hand at the east door of the court house,
at Red Cloud, in said Webster county, Ne
braska, (that being the building wherein
the last term ot said court was holden)
fa day of Juno, 18&9,
at one o'clock p. m. of said day
the following described property
towit: The north halt of the north
west quarter and the south-west nuarter
of the north-west quarter and lot three
(3) all in eeotion elaht (8.) township No
one north, ranjre nine west Cth t m.
uivea under my hand this 6a aay or,
The sale on the above described prop
erty was continued to the 19th day of
July 1803 for want of biddors.
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HAW BArtKEn, rit'f'a Atty.
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the estate of James lalrd,
Natlva or salt?.
la the natter ot
Notiee M hereby siren Wat Inpursuanoa ol
aaoraaror v. n. Haaii. luuse or rno aistrioi
aaurtel Webster county, made on the asd day
of April, 1893, for the sale ot the real estate
BerMoarur aesenoea, were wiu do soia aims
court house door, Had Cloud. Mb., on theetu
day ot July, JM, at 2 o'clock p. m.. at wubllo
Tendue to the highest bidder for eash the fol
lowing described wal estate Lots n, block 7
A. H. GKAY,
The Insurance Man, - Red Cloud, Neb.
Will Insure your properly ugalnst
Fire, Lightning, and Tornado
j Also, will insure your crops against hail, He
represents the best company on earth
The old Continental of N. Y.
CITY OFFICE-With J. H. SmUh 1st door
south of F & M bank.'
and lots e and 7 la block 7 village ot Bed Cloud.
Nebraska. Said sale
Dated June is, 18W.
will remain open one
Administrator of the Estate ot James talrd,
Hull: Hall! Hall I
II. Ii Pond, will write Hail insur
ance In one of tho best companies ren
(o Mike thefr- eta, pleasait. tT c-J'CM-tCiaJk) west as ckesp s Dy;wjtj,iUiia tculip! all.'
An unexpected demand on oustosaar
in prices oftpn frighton the buyer,
this can never happen at Wiener 'ai
Golden KaajwltVro prices are it-
The nartnershlu heretofore existing between
L. v. Gilbert. John Blaine and K. U yawcett as
partners In lumber business lu Cowles. Web
star eetwty, abrasks. and known as "Cowles
1AIISDW uorapaiij, u unauujr uuwiku dbiu-
taai eeaasnt. nates anu accounts) aue u arm
ol Oowlas Lumber Company are
fn tha hands of John Blaino at thabank of
bogles for pqljepyon, and he Is hereby author -g
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" You Come in We Sell the Goods,"
Wh W, WRIGHT,
The Hardware Man,
-Jletl Clotvd, Nc&rtirfea,
Will sell you more goods for One Dollar than
than any one m the Valley, It will pay
yqu to see me, hefore, buying.
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