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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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Slow Sale Goods!
Odds and Ends of Stock !
Odds sizes and Shopworn Goods'
The above liuvc been placed on counters In our More and will
' be nold below Actunl Cost.
You can find many genuine
B. Sc M. R. R. Time Table.
, , TnklnR effect Nov. fi,
Trans earning jtassonscrs fcavo Hcd Cloud
KA8T VIA HABTINU9,
No. is PaenpcrtolWitljiK, - nWp.m.
M, 121 Vrelgl for HiMtlnivt - aii.in,
Passenger Irom Hastings
rlYts 0:41 n. in.
, KABT VIA. WVMPIIK.
unh and Chicago dally
no it I'ameniHir to Kansas Cltv and
10:30 a. m
Atchison, dally. 9:20,1). in.
. UOINO WKST.
no, 13 Passenger for Denver and In
termediate points, dally, 7:30 a.m.
No. IS, Passenger for Denver, dally, 7 no p. m.
OXFORD AMI HEI CI.OUD ACCOMMODATION.
No. 133Ioc4 freight to Oxford, dally
except Sunday.. C:00am
No. 134 local freight from Oxford Uygy
except Hdnday Htisptn
Croquets sots at Doyo's.
Londoudory mineral water at Doyo's
F. A. Swcezy was in the city this
Hammocks and Crofjuot scIb at Cot
tings. l'atont rucdiomos of all kinds at
Devo'e 15 cent wall paper is tho
finest in toflm.
Paints apd oils, "brushed varnishes
&o ., at Doyo's.
A. S. Marsh is up again, aftor quite
a serious illness.
M. A. Fisher, of McCook wa in
tho city this week.
Fine neck wear a specialty at Chi
cago clothing store.
For oorreet fitting clothing go
Chicago olothing store.
Wo have tho best stock of hats
the oiiy. Chicago store.
Harry Pond has money to ldun
first class city property.
E. W. Andrews adds his namo
tho Groat Family Weekly.
For nobby suits tho Chicago cloth
in Btore takes first rank.
For fino tobacco, cigars, candies
dec, go to rT. O. Lindloy's.
The pienio at Smith's grove last
Sanday was a grand sucocss.
Tho board of supervisors met this
week as a board of equalization,
Go to tho Chicago clothing store
for pants of every inscription.
W. W. Wright has been "whooping
her. up" with tho whooping eough,
See Oscar Patmor before buying
flour. He bars made, a big reduction.
Cotting sells tho best paints and
iols in the markot. Don't forgot it.
Farm loans at six per cent option
to pay after two years. D. B. Span
ogle. Cotting has some of the finest wall
gaper ever shown in the oity. Call
Tho Lincoln mixed paints sold by
Cotting are tho best in tho market.
We guarantee them.
F. V. Taylor, allow no one to sell
moro goods than ho does, at pricos
that are low, for good goods.
Don't buy your wall papor until
you bavo seen tho best stock in town
which is to bo found at Doyo's.
Wall paper and curtain trado is
brisk at Cotting's, tho fino selection
and fair prices plcaso tho customers
Remember tho Chioago olothing
storo takes measures for tailor mado
olothing, guarantee a perfect fit or no
Children's shirt waists can bo found
at Wiener's, Tho celebrated "Mothers
Friend" costs no moro than inferior
L. 11. Doyo is in the lend on the
wall payer trade, and his largo block
latest; styles and low pricos will kcop
him in tho lead.
H. A. Shinklo hag purchased tho
interests of John Aultz in tho second
hand store. Mr. S, is a" rustlor and
Tup, Chief wishes him succoss.
That Quiok Meal Vapor Stove, sold
by W. W. Wright is tho best in tho
market, furnishes tho most heat and
uses ono third less gasolino. It is
simply porfectiou and eolipses all oth
er stov-H tliut use gasoline.
If you ucsiro to sco tho finest gas
oline stovo that has over been produc
ed you will bo obligod to call on W,
W. Wright, tho hardwaro man in the
Kaley blook. It is tho Quiok Meal
Vq'por Stoyo and discounts all others
of lb,o tamo prioo,
Binder For Sale.
Good Estealy bindor for sale cheap.
anaiira oi v.'v, afuhkuv.
Eg- ggg ! H- , J, 1 f-gg-gaB j-..gB.i
bargains on this' counter.
Charley Kaloy is building an
tion to his house,
Fidelia Schaffnit is homo
Qaincy visiting hor parents.
Mr. Mirt Fcarn of Chester, Nebr.
is visiting friends and relatives at
this place Wo understand ho will
return tho first of next week.
Now let every republican bo firm(
and with Mr. Andrews for our candi
date for congress, wo can scoop Mr.
MoKeighan. Mr. Androws it a clean
man and fully ablo to represent this
Miss Josio lgou left this weok
for two or threo weeks' vacation in
Missouri and Arkansas. Sho will vis
it with her mother in Missouri, and
thn with Mrs. Geo. Holland in Hot
Ed. Johnson and wife camo to Red
iCloud in tho winter some time. Dur
ing tho foro part of the week Johnson
anfi family, aftcs getting all they could
on credit, departed for parts unknown.
They are wanted hero by soveral.
Tho city council has at last awak
ened to tho faot that it docs not pay
to put in board boxing for sewcrago,
and have, consequently procured large
drainago tile that will last a lifo time.
That is a senoiblo conclusion to arrive
Tho led Cloud Pcoplo who wont to
Minneapolis will ever remember Mr.
Williams of Grand Island, ono of tho
delegates, for tbo many favors that
ho extended to thira whilo there.
Mr, tV. took caro of tho district in
If any of our peoplo' know where
there is a bed of good hard rock, suit
able for ballasting railroads, tho B. &
M. folks would like to know it, if such
is in this county, or a erood bed of
sharp gravel. Thoy proposo to bal-1
last their road,
Tuir Chief is very much indobted
to llev. E. L. Ely for the able and
mastcraly report of the Commence
ment exercises whio'a ho turnished
for.its columns during tho editor's
absence in Minneapolis, and other
favors in the reportorial line.
W. E. Andrews of Hastings, was
nominated on tho republican ticket on
Wednesday, at McCook, for congress.
Mr. Andrews is an able soholar and a
mtn peculiarly fitted to cope with
McKcighan in a race for congrets, and
will bo elected in November.
Wo wish again to call attention of
our stookmen to the salo of short
horns at Superior, Nob., Saturday,
Junp 25. Tbo salo will bo at tho
creamery stables. This will bo a grand
opportunity to get Borne fino cattlo at
your own price. See ad in another
column of this papor.
Hon. T. J. Ward of this oity, .a
propseotivo candidate for congress in
this district on the demooratio ticket,
leaves Saturday to help nominate the
next candidate on tho demooratio
ticket for president. Jeff is a Simon
Puro Bourbon and is never so happy
as when helping tho democrats to get
Tho oity authorities should at once
notify all property owners and others
to clean up tho alleys. They are in
a beastly condition and will bo the
means of much sickness should thoy
remain in this way any longer, Tho
counoil should authorize Strcot Super
visor Ward to seo that tho work is
Attention 1b called to tbo publln
sale of short horned cattlo by.J.'W.
Dean of Marvvillo, Mo., which will
tako place at Superior, Neb,, Juno 25,
1892. He has been a prominent ex
hibitor ut tho leading fairs for several
years. Our stookmen should not fail
to attend tho sale. Seo advertisement
on anothor page of this issue.
Tho Nebraska division of the league
of Ameiioan wheelmen will hold
their sooond annunal tournament at
Hastings, Neb., July 4th and 5th.
In addition to tho bioycle races, ar
rangements havo been mado for a grand
celebration en tho 4th, closing in the
evening with a grand balloon asoon
sion and a magnificent display of fire
works, lloduccd railroad rates will
JPirie Ice Uffeam at Gaines. ,
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QDDS AND ENDS
Walt Sherwood was
McCook this weok.
R. D; Bodford and Goo. O. Yeiscr
aro in Omaha this week.
- Sorvices next Sunday at tho Episco
pal ehurch, morning and evening.
Attorney McNitt was in Omaha this
weok on legal businoss for the city.
Say, aro we going to havo oar streets
graveled, paved or curbod this year ?
A. CalmcsJWill Kizer, and Moll
Sherman aro again looatcd in ltod
II. M. Tinglcy is a now subscriber to
The Chief for which ho has our
A. ,0. Bclgt Who has bcon on tho
sioK list for tho past week or Cwo, is
Hon. Tom Majors, flow stands a
fair show to becomo tho next, govern
or of Nebraska.
Mrs. J. S. Cromwell and daughter
Graco, wcro tho guests of Mrs, F. R.
Gump thid week.
W. J. Orchard, wifo and son from
Exoter, aro Visiting R. K. Orchard of
Inavalo this weok.
W. B. lloby, of Ilaiglcr is in tho
city. Ho say his county will go re
publican this year.
Harry Miller and S. E. Cotfad are
in David City this week attending tho
state encampmont S. of Vs.
P. W. Shoa is a mighty good demo
crat, but believes that tho greatest re
publican paper on earth isTuit Chief.
Mr, J. W. Bogenricf mado the Big
In jtfr happy thiawcok by an addition
to its gold mino for Tuc Chief for
Rccso Thotopspn and Mr. Bprachcr
of Cowlcs, along with their families,
wcro guests at Tub Cuief offlco this
Mrs. S. U. Bcokwith and ohildron
leavo Saturday morning for Bolvidicr
to visit Mrs. W. L. Haines, formerly
of this place.
Dr; Damerell, C. Hi Potter, Jas,
McNcny and G. R.' Chancy ' wero in
Omaha this week attending- United
The merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla is
not aooidontal but is the result of
careful study and experiment by edu
Don't forgot that, if you havo not
already dono so, you ought to begin
to think of what you ar goiog to ex
hibit at our next fair.
Our cornet band has been hired by
Campbell people for tho 4th. Wo
can assuro tho pcoplo of ihat city
that they will have good music.
A large number of our prominent
republicans went to McCook;this weok
for tho purposo of nomination tho
next congressman from the 5th'.
The city should appoint a marshal.
Tub Chief bolicves that Colonel Win
froy would mako a good one. He is a
constable arid could work tho two lo
ev. E. L. Ely, loft this week for
Cortland, 111., and later for Helena,
Montana, whero ho goes as a delcgato
to tho National convention of the A.
0. u. w.
Prof. Caster, who has nobly filled
tho position of superintendent of our
citypublla schools, goes cast this
week to tako a summer courso of
study at Harvard.
The Webster county fair associa
tion will bo tho best equipped for an
exhibition this yoar it ever has. Re
momber that ycu ehbuld now begin
to make preparation for an exhibit.
The Btreot sprinkler now makes the
rounds and tbo cooling effect of tho
water as it is let looso upon tho streets
is a pleasant reminder that tho uso
of water for such purposes is all
Tho other day tho eity nrrcstod a
man for canvassing. Ho was jailed.
On Saturday he was released on a
writ of habeas corpus issued from tbo
U. S. court. Ilia a pity that our eity
morchants oaa't be protected from
those agents who generally represent
shoddy nouses and'soll poor goods for
On last Sunday Chris Christiansen
living in ' Inavalo township, near
Franklin township, left his premises
and tried to piok n quarrel wilh John
Mattiflon by Betting Jits dog on Mat
tison's catt)e,rand when robuked for
his audacity, Christiansen drew a re
volver and shot MatMson in the arm,
Tho sheriff was notified of tho re
sult, but too late to annrehoad Chris.
tianBon who fbd to an adjoining state I
tor security, n was wo Mcoia at"
tempt oa Mr. Mittisen'a life.
Epworlli Lcngue Convention.
The Epworth Leoguo convention of
Hastings District hold its' 'annual
mooting at tho M. E. ohuroh'in this
city on Monday and Tuesday of this
week. Tho delegate bogan to arrive
early on Monday morning and as tho
beam of tho scales weighing their
combinod mental and moral worth
went down, tho indicator of tho spirits
of the local committoes went up, as
thoy thought of tho good things in
storo for us. Tho weather was all that
c6uld bo desired, Tho bright sun
sfaino was reflected in brighter smiles
and happier facos of old and young.
As the mooting progressed enthusi
asm and interest waxed moro fntonsc.
Miss Anna Rundoll gave tho ad
dress of wlecomo in a witty and wry
pleasant manner. This was respond'
cdbyltov. W. R. Jones, P. E. df
tho district, after which tho address
of tho evening was .given by Rov, II.
A. Etvoll, president of the Distriot.
His subject was, "Why tho Epworth
Lcaguo is hotter adapted to our church
than any other young people's society."
no spoko appreciably of other de
nominational sooiotins, whioh his ar
guments wero most convincing, that
for tho M. E. church nono can ap
proach tho Epworth Loaguo in their
ability to train and cduoato tho young. 1
At fivo o'clock tho next morning the
early risers gathered at tho church for
a pun-riso prayer mooting.
Later on, tho program was taken up
and soveral able and valuablo papers
wcro prosootod, bearing on tho differ
ent linos of work.
Among our distinguished visitors!
was B. L. Paine, M, D. of Lincoln,
who interspersed tho exoroiscs with
songs rendered in his own ploasing
and inimitablo manner,
In tho afternoon "a model Epworth
Lcaguo dovotional mooting was con
ducted by Dr. Paine, "Difficulties in
tho work" as viewed from various
standpoints was ably and forcibly dis
cussed by various porsons.
Mrs. E. J. Caso and Prof. O. M.
Caster, of our city, eaoh favored the
convention with practical, scholarly
papers on tho "Literary Department
of Work." Spaco forbids our entering
moro definitely into a report saoh as
tho morit of each deserves.
In tho evening Miss dadio Carr of
dgar and a youijR Junior of Hebron
f,avo recitations, whioh scorned to do
ight tho audience and eaoh wero
heartily encored. Resolutions wero
read by Rev. Burbank and other busi
ness mattors attondod to.
Tho closing address of tho conven
tion was givon by Rev. 0. B. Lonfest.
Ho spoko impressively and feelingly.
Thus our frionds havo cdmo and cone.
leaving behind them the fragraneo of
ploasant memories, and taking with
them, wo trust, happy thoughts and
favorablo impressions of our homes
and our city.
"God Bless tho Epworthians."
Red Cloud Public Schools.
Items from tho onrtual report for the
year ending Juno 3, 1892,
Enrollment during tho year G23;
per cent, of attondanco, 90; per cess
of punctuality, 99; Number of days
taught, 1711: avcraco daily attend
The following pupils ranked high
est in their rcspootivo grades during
Namo Grado Marking
Donald Popo 12north sch'l 94
Willlo Kellogg 11 90
Maud Greenleo 10 ..94$
Wm. Heffel bower... 9 93
Harry Letson 8 96
Pidna Henderson.... 7 UJ
Sadio Overing 0 95
Ella Cook 5 ..93
Jessie Hendorson... 4... 95
Graoo Kollogg 3 03
Alloc Coombs 2 95
Dollio Gordon 1.. 94
Iterbort May field... 8soutlisol'189
Stella Umphinour.. . 7 ....85
Carrio Eriokson U 87
Susio MoCord 5 91
Fay Toothaoro 4 91
Harvoy Snider. 3 ..92
Maud Short 2 9G
Blanoho Osborn 1.. 94
Roll of honor: Tho following pu
pils wore neither absont nor tardy
during, the entiro yoar: Willio .Kel
logg, Luoy Eames, Olivo Greenlee,
Willio Eames, Laura Boyd, Sherwood
Albright, Orlando Bontloy, Earl Pond,
Bella b'aincs, Eva Foster and Freddie
lientlev. t '
Tho socond room of tho north
school secured tho banner tho great
est number ot times during tbo year,
for tho "best at'ondanco. Thoso in
tho honor roll se,t a-vVy? worthy ox
ample during tho year, and it is hoped
that many moro will be reoorded in
this roll noxt year than there were'
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J. M. Cabtm, Supk
The above Mentions Suit' are)
Our display of children and boys' suits' is a
ClHCAGO CLOTHING STORE.
Of Ctuickshank Topped Short
Horn Cattle at Superior, Neb.
Satdrdry, Jdiie 25, 1692.
22 cows and Heifers, 5 Bulk,
This sale includes the top of my herd and contains Several
good show animals. They are all nicely bred and good
individuals. The females have all been bred to good
Croiokshank bulls. They are all recorded or eligible to
Tho AmlHe represented arc Mazurka, Yeans; Mary, Gwjtm
and Blaam. Came to tho salo unil see n good lot of cattle.
Teris ! months will he given on bankable paper hear
lag tea per cent Interest, or two per cent oft for cash.
Salo at 1 p . prompt. For catalogaes, address
.T. W. BEAM,
Col. F. M. WOODS, Auctioneer.
Hurrah for Beal I
Hurrah for Bon Harrison 1 1 1
Crops in these parts sro looking
Sailor & ShufBlebarger can givo you
Chas. Haller was in Omaha with' a
ear of hogs last week.
Mr. 8ailor of Indianola, has boon
visiting his brother P. H. Sailor.
J. M, Snow attended tho republi
can ooayention at MeCook.
Strawberry and iee oream supper ut
tfyo G. A. R, ball Thursday evoning.
Mr. Lotkhart from Washington is
spending a few days with friends in
The Me8ha Bell firm of Bakiuinro,
MdVaave sewied the order for tjio
Congregational church bell,
Rer. Griffith talk's of moving to
Bluo Hill to reside as he oan not find
a vacant house ia town.
One of C. F. Kebler's ponies died
A great deal of grain'is coming in
at present, Gund & Co. are paying as
high as 35o for ooro. "
Bladen and surrounding aountry
was blessed with a fino shower of rain
both "Saturday and Sunda nights.
R, M, Coohrane, of Red Cloud, has
secured the contract to build Mr.
Graadstafl's nW rrouse and work will
I? l 0iB,
Childrei'a day was duly observed
Post - office.
at tho congregational church whiet)
was handsomely deoorated witfc
flowers, Tho mingling of the soag
of birds and tho voices of ohitdrea
gavo it a ehcorful air. Tbo reeila
tions and singing woro good, eat
should havo boon thero to appreciate
it. Tho houso was well filled.
For Flour and Feed
Go and seo L. P. Albright. He keeps
tho best brands and sells his flour Just
as cheap as othors. Also sells bard a
and soft coal. Prices reasonable. Of
fieo and soales, corner of Webster
street and 4th avenue.
What Stronger Proor
is needed of the merit of Hood,a
Sarsaparilla than tbo hundreds of let
ters continually oomiag la telliag of
mozvolloui cures it has ef eeted after
all othor remedies bad failed ? Troly
Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses peca
liar ourativo powers aakaowa to other
riood's Pills euro constipatioa by
restoring tho periBtaltio action of the
alimentary canal. They are the best
On last Friday, a number of yoaag
frionds nut at the home of Miss
Blanoh Sellnrs, at 9 o'elook a. s aai
from, there gathered in the grata
south of tho river, and spent the day
in tho most enjoyable ways, they re
ported a Yory pleasant time ea tbair
return in tho evening. Tbere wera
about thirty present.
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