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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1892)
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- Mucker's Cash Dry Goods Houses
:- MID-SUMMER - CLEARING SALE -:
Conmencing Saturday Morning, July 9th, 1892,
800 yards, 60 per yard, worth
. 10 cents. '
ONLY to per yd.
Ladies Ribbed Vests.
Our 25 and 40c
'v Vests Hcdaccd lo c.
We have decided to close out all of our Spring and Summer Goods, and will make prices very inter
esting. Be sure to coirc and see us, and Begin Early Saturday Morning.
v Friday, .JalyS, lit
fahftcrlptlra, - 1 Per Aaaaat
lavarUMy la Advawee
II astseM In adTanee, alter thU da March
Ts, Ms, Um price will be It M.
tatefrt at ta Post Office In Red tiloud Neb., I
as Mil ssMterol the second class I
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publican National Ticket.
Vor Conrs " ttk District y
W. U. WKW8.
In th 'ooming campaign republi
oans should gut forward only their best
me nws?ar., noted, for their good
.vaUtlaa. 0 euoh a basis we can win
and will win, for aa certain a lata, w.d
liar eounty will ba redeemed thia fall
wlthtaaright kind of men as tandard
Ouroidand honored friends Dr. 0.
Sob ok. and wife, have concluded to
tot. to Rlrtrts. The aged oonple
bar. llred In Webster county for years
and hare numberleaa friend, who will be
aerrr to hare them leare the county.
Tan Canur wishes the dootor and wife
aany yeara of lite and happiness in
their deeliaiag days.
The "Windy-pendenU" have finally
pasted, the trying ordeal and have .elect
ed that well-known offloe seeker, Gen
eral leaver of Iowa to lead, them, and
an ex-confederate general named Field
of yrgina aa vice-president Never was
there a more consumate oflloe aeeker
than Weaver and all under the gala, of
a reformer. Hnvlng been kicked out of
h. Mnublioan unrtv it wsb natural for
him at that time to ioln the eroenbaok
erase hoping to sain what he could not
get In the republican party L e. oflloe.
The ticket is very week.
There is no public offioer in tho
state of Nebiaska that is doing snore
work for the state and government
than is Senator Paddock. Ho is ono
of the hardest working senators in
the seaate. lie is always found in
bis seat watching the interests of
Ms eoastituency and induing so does
and should merit the approbation of
ear entire people. An earnest man
ia tba balls of congress is what tho
people should desire, and Senator
Faudbek la oe rtainly that man.
Wo advise all our readers to procure
"Marshall's Manual of Health." This
valdable book should be ia every home.
It U a masterpiece of science. Sent free
cation to Marshall Chemical Mfg.
. ifar"p City. Ma, or Lawrence, Kan
We have a few prices oa which
the former price hai teeea
1 per yard. Special Price
9c per yard.
Only 5c per yd.
Royal Bedford Cords
As a result of the strike at th. Home-
stead Mill at Pittsburg OB or 40 Pinker-
ton men and strikers were killed and
wounded. The rioters numbering 5000
opened fire on 2G0 Finkcrton men who
come up th. rlyer on barges to protect
the mill and came near wiping ont th.
whole number. It was a bloodthirsty
affair. We do not rauoh blame the work-
ing men for pelting the Pinkertona, bat
at the Bm, tlme men who can ,n
other methods than spilling
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humau blood are not to be plttled muoh.
The law should be strong enough to pro-
teat all both the weak aid the strong
and if it is not, then it is time to see that
new laws are made. The following ar. th.
DUD AMD WOUHDXD WOBKMBN.
The following workmen ate among the
John Morris, married, shot through
Henry Btreigel unmarried, shot through
Marko Wosky, Hungarian, shot through
Andrew Btreigel, brother of Henry, shot
through the chest.
Martin Foy, leaves a wife and five chil
dren. William Fry.
Reuben Oorest, shot through th. heart.
The following are wounded so far as
Miles Longhrnn, dying, shot through
the legs and hips,
Jo. Sltta, shot through th. leg.
A. Dewlder, two bullet wounds.
Michael Murray, dangerously.
Andrew Bourler, seriously.
John Kane, badly.
Harry Hughes, slightly.
Two unknown men, badly:
THK FINXSBTON BIU.XD AKD WOUNDBD.
Only one Pinkerton man has auooumb
ed to his wound so far.
S. W. Kline, shot in the head.
Captain F. Hein, who had charge of
trie nnxerton men, was taken to a hospl
tal at Pittsburg with four wounded com
panions. The list is as follows:
Captain Hein, shot in the leg, will re
Russell Wells, shot in the shoulder.
J. O. Hoffman, shot in the leg.
David Itesttr shot Jn the hoad; condi
Another wounded man, shot in the arm
was loft at the hospital, bis name is
Another wounded man will arrive later.
The merit of nood's Sarsaparilla is
not aooidontlal but is the result of
oareful study and nexperimont by
Bring in .your old worn-out mow
ing machines and rake teeth and get
work or cash for them,
604 G. W. Dow.
We have got the best
In the country.
They are worth teeing.
Co at Half prlca.
5c per yard.
Harvest lias already begun. As
far as we havo hoard tho wheat crop
is good, '
In behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla is
strictly true and will bear tho closest
investigation. No matter where it
may bo from, it is as reliable and
worthy your confidence as if it came
from your most respected .neighbor,
Have you ever tried this excellent
For a general family cathartio we
confidently recommend Hoods Pills.
Thoy should bo in every home mcdi-J
Persons wanting painting done will
do will to call' on Frank P. Hadley.
Prices reasonable. tf
Bucklcn's Arnlcca Salve
The Best 8 live in th. world for cuts,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers. Bait Rheum, fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all other Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to giv. perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25
box. For sal. by L. H. Deyo.8
The glorious old Fourth passed off
very quietly in 11. 0. Some of our
oitisens wont to celebrations near by,
many staid at home and made ieo
cream aod took buggy rides and com
fort generally. Ia the evening, fire
works could be seen ascending the sky
from different parts of town. Mr.
Gangbin and Mr. Tcnnant brought
up quite a lot of fire works from the
city and had quite a nice display at
tho residence of This Nation editor.
"Late to bed and early to rise will
shorten the road to your home in the
skies." But early to bod and u "Little
Eany Riser," the pill that makes life
longer and better and wiser. O. L.
Osoar l'atinor has just received a
DIG supply of garden seeds. Go and
boo him at Perkins and Mitchell's old
VA in Mfflkjji of HaaaH-40 Yan to Strati
Only 3c per yd.
Pacific Bedford Cords
6c per yd.
Aaaaal Appropriation Bill.
An ordinance providing tor the levvlag of
taxes upon all the taxable property ot the city
ot Ke4 Cloud, Nebr.. for the municipal year
commencing on the first Tuesday In May 1893.
And showing statement ot the entire revenue
ot the city tor the previous fiscal year.
Sbotiok 1. Be It Ordained by the Mayor
and Council ot tho city ot Bed Cloud. Nebr.,
that the following taxes be and the same are
hereby levied upon all the taxable property or
said city ot Ked Cloud, Nebr. for the fiscal
year commencing on the first Tuesday In May
Istn for Uenernl revenue purposes, 10 mills on
the dollar ot the assessed valuation of all the
assessable property, to meet current expenses
and liabilities ot said dry (or the payment .ot
Interest on water bonds. 71 seven mills on the
dollar of all the taxable property for extendi?
maintaining, and operating water.
seven mills on uie
olIarbT all the taxable pro-
nertyot the city and lor caring tor ana Keep-
lag city's poor 1 mill on the dollar ot all the
8K0. 2. And oe It further ordained that the
clerk ot the city ot Ked Cloud, Nebr., be, and
Is hereby directed to certify under the seal of
said city ot Red Cloud, Nebr., to the clerk ot
Webster county, Nebr.. the number ot mills on
the dollar ot taxes levied as hereinbefore enu
merated. . .
8ko. s. And: furthor showing statement ot
the entire reveuno ot the city lor the previous
fiscal j ear, as follows:
School fines and tuition $ warn
occupation cash and warrants low 27
uiir .uiiua .
1887 General lund
f St t ll !
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118 Water levy...
1B90- " "
Total , 14826 11
8io, t. This ordinance shall be In force and
effect after Its passage and publication accord
ing to taw.
Dated thls7th dsjr of July A. D. 18M.
D. B. hpaxoolk, Mayor.
Attest, T. j. Wabd, City Clerk.
Take "Hepatioure" and prevent ohi 1
and fever rather than nauseoua danger
ous drugs to euro them. For sale by L
Farm loans at lowest interest,
Striotly first-olass loans at lower rates
than has ever been given in thia coun
ty before. Option to pay part or all
attend of any year. 0. F. Gather.
Mv head aohee: mv atomaoh is sour
Ionn'tsleep; have bad dreams, pain in
book and limbs, dizziness, absent minded.
bilious, languid, dull and stupid. AH
t.hmia an, indications of malaria, blood.
liver or kidney disease, deadly typhoid
fever, all ot which oan be avoided by
using "Hepatioure." For sale by L. H.
Harried July 3d, 1803, at Sherwood,
Smith county. Kansas. Mr. Peter Upp
and Miss Nancy Cox, both parties of
Smith couulv, o. w. Hummel omciatea.
We have lots of thein and
there are lots of pieces that
can be used for Children's
They are cheap.
5c per pair,
150 yards, 8 cents per yard.
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Webster Co. Abstract Office
J. II. BAILEY, Abstracter aasl lrorlctor.
Accurate Abstracts Promptly Furnished far amy Lands In Webster
county. A complete and Accurate set of Abstract books
and a $10000 bond filed Tlth county Judge Insures satis
For Abstracts, Cheap Farm Loans or some
good Bargains in Real Estate, call ou
J. H. BAILEY.
SSJSSSSl :. NEBMASKA.
Fire, Lightning and Tornado Insurance !
A. H. GRAY,
The Insurance Man, - Red Cloud Nob.
Will Insure your property against
Fire, Lightning, and Tornado
Also, will insure your crops against hail, He
represents the best company on earth
The old Continental of TV V
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i i x ur r inwith J, H. Smith lstrlSgg
south ot & M bank.
45 In. Embroidered
5 dozen men's white
shirts with colored
Former price $1 each.
We also have some
J. O. BUTLER,
better prepared than ever to
sell you all kinds of haincps
collars, sadlery, etc
In tb. linker Building. Ho lias the
sweat stock In tills part of the vally,
bo will make it an luducemcnt lo trade
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