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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1892)
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Slow sale Goods!
We can furnish you with
Ice Cream at Calmes.
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Odds and Eiids of Stock !
Odds sizes and Shopworn Goods'
The above have been placed on counters In our Moro and
be told below Actual Cost.
You can find many genuine
B. Ml RI. R. B. Time Table.
, Taking effect Nov. B,
Trains carrying passengers leave Red Cloud
EAST VIA' HABTIKQS.
No. 122 FaMenRertottaMlnRSt 0:00 p.m.
No, 121 freight fur Hasting 1 JO p.m.
Passenger from Hastings
fives 0;4ta. ra.
KABT VIA WYMORK.
No. 10, Passenger to Ht,.ttseph, Bt,
uml and Uhlcago dally 10:30 a. m
No 14 rassennur to Kansas Cltv and
Atchison, dally. ... :20, p. m.
No, 13 Tasiengcr for Denver and In-
trrmedlato point, dally, 7:30 a.m.
No, IS, Passenger tor Denver, dally, 0 :10 p. m.
OXFORD AXD BUD CLOUD ACCOMMODATION.
No. 133 local freight to Oxford dally
except Sunday. 0:00 am
No. 134 local freight from Oxford dally
except Bdndsy..., RslSpm
Cotting's stioky fly paper.
Sticky fly piper at Deyo's.
108 in the shade on Thursday.
Wright for hardware and stoves,
Try a glass of Cotting's cold soda,
C. M. Myers, of Burr Oak is in tht
Cloth bound books only 20 cents at
Subscribo for your campaign paporB
If you want fioo perfumes go to
Dr. McKecby was in Superior on
L. II. Deyo sells tho best machine
oil on the market.
Deyo sells the best remedy an earth
far barb wirs euts.
Try Cotting's high grade but low
price maehino oil.
Fine neck wear a specialty at Chi
eago olothing store.
The famous Manitou Mineral Water
for sale at Cotting's.
For correct fitting clothing go to
Chicago clothing store.
R. M. Martin, Sr., left for Elgin
and Chicago, this week.
We have tho best stock of hats in
the oily. Chicago store.
For nobby suits tho Chi cago cloth
in store takes first rank.
For fine tobacco, oigars, candies
Ac, go to J. O. Lindley's.
Go to the Chicago clothing store
for pants of every discription.
Rev. E, J. Randall, and daughter,
Annie, are home from Beatrice
Don't forget that Calmes keeps all
kinds of confeotions, bread, etc
Farmers remember that Cotting can
save you money on machine oils.
See Osear Patmor before buying
flour. lie has made a big reduction.
Macaulev's History of England
only $1.00, 5 vol. cloth bound, at Do-
Get one- of thoso vapor stoves of
W. W. Wright and you will never bo
Farm loans at six per cent option
to nev after two voars. D. B. BrAN-
The People's party have called their
county convention to meet at Cowlcs,
on the 27th.
Teachsrs should improvo the oppor
tunity of getting cloth bound books
for 20 cents at Deyo's.
W. W. Wright has moved from the
Skeen residonoe to the one lately va
cated by Dwight Jones.
F. V. Taylor, allows no ono to sell
more goods than he does, at prices
'that aro low, for good goods.
do to the new hardware storo of
W. W. Wright for goods. Stook
and clean and prices reasonable,
Remember the Chioago olothing
store takes measures for tailor mado
olothing, guarantee a perfect fit or no
Children's shirt waists can be found
at Wionor's. The celebrated "Mothers
Friend" costs no more than inferior
(Jotting is having a rushing trade
In wall UBOOr. WO DOB 100 UnUSlli - . - , .. .. .
ul n.: J.nl,nrnnnr1l'rou,u,B. wwwiiaui, F" iu regain lu
bargains on this counter.
L. P. Albright was in Lincoln this
Diok Gray was in Bluo Hill this
D. Sohonck of Rivcrton was in tho
city this week.
II. B. SimonB has taken tho agenoy
of tho American Firo Insurance com
pany. Tho board of supervisors were in
session this week.
Andy Hawloy mado Tnx CniEP
smile this week with a big dollar.
Tho crops aro looking magnificent
in Nebraska, and better than for many
Don't forget that tho fair will pos
itively bo the best over held in Web
Attend the fair this year, if you
novcr do again. It will bo worth
We aro pleased to note that Nellie
Fort, who has been quite siek is slow
A portion of the M. E. church Sun
day-school held a pienio in the Sleeper
grove on Thursdaj.
Col. Gage, one of tho most level
headed politicians in tho state, was a
pleasant caller this week.
F. N. Morwin, editor of tho Beaver
Valley Tribune, published at Beaver
City, Nob., was a pleasant caller this
Mrs. A. G. Willis is boue-frori her
two weeks' visit in Kearney to the de
light of Mr. W. who had been wander
ing aiound as if lost.
Frank Potter, of tho Argus, talks
of going west on a big hunt. Frank
has gained some little notoriety as a
chicken hunter -cspeeially at the
Melvin Potman, pastor of tho
Christian ehuroh, will arrive Saturday
from tho National Y. P. S. C. E. con
vention and will preach morning and
evening at usual hours. You aro in
vited. Robert Anderson of Fulton county,
Illinois, is visiting with his cousin,
Mr. Phillip Barkloy. Mr. Barkloy
has not soon his cousin for 20 years.
Mr. Anderson owns a fine farm in Il
linois, J. II. Rcmsbcrg had tho misfortune
to lose his stock of drugs at Riverton
by fire Tuesday night. Tho loss will
be about 13,000, covered by an insur-
i An err mi
anoo oi eniy z,uuu, xnis will bo a
severe loss to him.
Mr. Newton Mahaffy had a dog that
was supposed to bo affected with the
rabies, so he despatched it to tho hap
py hunting grounds. Tho dog was
known to have bitten several other ca
nines so it will bo well to look out for
Tho Webster county republican con
vention has been called for the 28th
at 11 a. m at Rod Clcud. The cau
cuses should bo held not later than the
26th, Republicans should turn out in
force, and sco to it that none but good I
men aro sclootcu to till the oounty
Our old friend 0. 0. Case, wo aro
pleased to know, hns opened a law of-l
fiue in tho Moon blook, and will here
after dispense Blaekstono in his usual
manner. Mr. Case's numerous friends
will be glad to know thst ho has again
decided to praotieo law. Trie Chief
wishes him success.
Roy. E. L. Ely, pastor of tho Con
gregational church, has arrived nome
from hii plcnsuro trip to Helena, Mon
tana. Mr. Ely roports a fine time and
many pleasant experiences. We ex
L,eot 0B interesting artiole next weck
ODDS AND ENDS
Go to Calmes' for ice cream.
Charley Garbcr was in tho city on
II. B. Simons has been appointed a
Willio Baum has bcon on tho sick
list for the past week.
It is now "Dr. J. W. Warren, sah,"
instead of elmplo Joe.
Mrs. D. B. Spanoglc arrived homo
from Denver this week.
D. Bedford roturnod Sunday from
his trip to tho Paoifio coast.
Miss Magglo CampboH has arriyod
homo aftor sovcral weeks absenoo in
Mrs. L. D. Denney, started for Den
ver, Tuesday evening, with a view to
improving her health.
Mrs, L. D. Donnoy roturnod Moo
day from Bluo Hill, whero sho has
been visiting her father.
Our old friend D. L. Groat, called
in this week and renowed for The
Chief to 1893. Thanks.
Mr?. Barnard, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. 8. Perkins, and son Albert of
Chicago, aro visiting in tho oity.
Every testimonial regarding Hood's
Sarsaparilla is an honest, unpurchased
statement of what this medioino has
Young man do you want a praotical
eduoation? If so, attend tho Beatrico
Business, Normal and Short-hand.Col-lege.
Send for catalogue 51-4
Dr. MoKocby, went to Superior,
Thursday to read a paper beforo a
joint meeting of the State Lino and
Republioan Valley Modical Sooietics.
Coroner Sohenok having removed
to Franklin county, his offieo became
vacant and tho Supervisors appointed
Col. J. W. Warren, to fill tho vacancy.
The Windy-pondents have no moro
hopo of carrying Webstcr'county this
year than thoy have Jof flying, Tho
facts are that this is a republican year
and republicans aro going to win.
Hon. W. E Andrews' specoh beforo
Uho Webster county teachers' institute
on Wednesday evening was a master
pieco of eloquence, and the gentleman
made many friends in this eounty.
When it comes to choosing between
bluster and common senso the peoplo
of the 5th district can bo relied upon
to vote for Mr. Andrews for oongress.
Wo understand that a measure is on
foot by tho A. 0. U. W. boys of this
oity to get up a big pionio for the
mombers of the order in South-western
Nebraska, to take place in Red Cloud,
about August 1, By this method a
big turnout could bo sooured, and the
gathering would be of great benefit
to tho membership and the order gen
erally. non. W. E. Andrews, the next con
gressman from the 6th district was in
Red Cloud this week. The gentle
man ereates a gsod impression where
over ho goes and Red Cloud is no ex
ception. This is a year for republi
cans, and with a good olean man we
can sweop tho field, and Mr. Andrews
is the man. No republioan need be
ashamed of him, as be is a bold, fear
less, clean loader,
A Polat for You.
In view of what Hood's Sarsaparilla
has done for others, is it not reasonable
to suppose that it will be of benefit to
you T For Scrofula, Salt Rheum, and
all other diseases ot the blood, for Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Sick headache, loss
of appetite, that tired feeling, catarrh,
malaria, rheumatism, Hood's Sarsaparil
la is an unequalled remedy.
food's Fills oure siok headaohe.
State Convention Epworth League,
Hastings, Neb . , July 22-24, 1802. Agents
in Nebraska may sell tiokete to Eastings
for thlB occasion On the oorttflcata nlan.
July 18-21, inclusive, A Tobie, corres
ponding secretary, will sign cef tiflontes.
A. UONOVER, Ag't.
Bring in your old worn-out mow
ing machines and rake teeth and get
work or oash for thorn.
G. Wf Dow.
Highest of all la Lvealaf Power.
SB kV . aCVewftawfPjT
The Bloody Shirt.
For three or four years back tho dem
ocrats have been pleading for n cosntion
of tho oeremony known as waving the
bloody shirt. If somebody mildly sug
gests that the republican party is not re
sponsible for the publlo debt which it
"will take as many bushels of wheat to
pay now as at the close of the war.'
That somebody Is admonished not to
ware the bloody shirt. It somebody
asks under his breath, why the
Oniahn convention of the Independents
did not refer to pensions in thoir plat
form he is answered by a soowl and an
exclamation " Bloody Shirt I " Now fair
ploy is said to be a jewel. Recently an
assemblage of exbrigndiera C. S. 4.,
ABsomblod In Middlesborough, Ky., and
passed a sot of resolutions the purport
of which we gather from the answer
whioh we copy,
Gray Gadlis, Buzzards Bay, Mass., )
July 7th, 1892.
J. W. Campurll, Esq., My Dear Sir:
I desiro to thank you for sending me
a copy of tho resolutions adopted by the
Democrats of Middlesborough
I do not wonder that those presenting
the resolution speak of the force bill as a
horror ot republicanism. Such doctrines
ns it embodies nro a direct attaok upon
tho spirit and thoory of oar government
and while such a measure especially
menaces the welfare and prosperity of
the South it mnst be oondemed and de
nou need by all those every where who
love their country and have the best
olaim to be numbered among those who
believe in the principles of true demo
cracy. Very truly yoars,
Ah, cheek sublime, Oh, trust supreme
in the forgetf ulness of the people. The
man whose pulses never qaiokened dur
ing the bloody confliot which made this
country free indeed. The man who when
compelled by the fear of conscription to
go through the motions of doing some
thing In the struggle, sent a pardoned
criminal to represent htm on the bat
tlefield. The man who poses aa the
lover and defender of so many ot the
down-trodden and oppressed as happea
to have votes, writes to men who object
to having their methods ot conducting
elections subject to the vulgar inspec
tion of an offloer of the law, and says la
effect, that republicans do not love their
country. From such a man to suoh men
this is a terrible indiotment No honest
elector ever fears the presence at the
doIIb of an offloer. On the other hand
no wretch ere felt the halter draw with!
good opinion of the law. They say to us
"As long as we are the under dog doat
wave that old shirt when we get on top
the old grudge stands."
' It Is a fixed and immutable law that to
have good sound health one mnst have
pare rioh and abundant blood. There Is
no shorter nor anrer route than by a coarse
of DeWitt's Sarsaparilla.
Furnished by the Fort Abstract Co.
Red Cloud, Nebr.
Chas. G.Wilson to GL Pope 9
nw 24-4-10 wd 3000 00
Geo. E Coon to Jacob Monia
nK ew& 2-2-9 deed 7G0 00
David Paul to Geo. A. Latta
part eeJi 33-3-10 wd 203 00
0 B & Q., R. R. Co., to Chaa. R.
Besse se 29-2-11 wd 400 00
0 E Perkins to RM Jones ne
neJH 3-4-9 wd 20000
Jehu Hanson to E H A J 0 Cox
nw 32-4-11 wd 3000 00
Silas SWells to Robt S White
part 12-4-12 10 00
Daniel L Bishop to Ohas E Tex
ton lot 9 blk 14 R R add and
lota 4-5 and 0 No. blook Yelaers
Leopold Baum to Ernst
Welaoh lots 3 and 4 blk 19RR
John B Sabin to Jerusha Teach
worth lot 11-12-18 blk 2 and
lots 1 and 2 blk 6 Quids Rook
Carrie E. Vance to Ella A Van
Woert lots 0 0-7 blk 15 Vanooa
addwd .. 50 00
Horses for Sale or Trade
I havo eighteen head of horses and
colts for safe. Will trade for oity proper
ty or real estate, or Belt cheap for cash, or
on time for good paper.
G-t W. H7 Fuller, Red Cloud, Neb.
Call on T, E. Penman, Jeweler and
optician for fine watch cleaning and
repairing, artistio letter, emblem and
monogram engraving. A full lino of
watohes, clocks, jowelry, spectacles,
etc. alwavs on hand. Can fit any eye
with tho vorv best of snectaoles. You
will find, in Cotting's drug stern.
ii i m m "
Wright tho hardware man, is soil
tag lots of hatdwaro, tinware, Ac,
and you aro not in it unless you see
him before buying.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, sMe
hot ran CLOK
So Cheap and give you goods so
comfortable that hot weather will
have no terror for you.
We have an unusually large line
Light Coats and Vests
This season. Nice patterns and at
PRICES THAT ARE CORRECT,
and within the reach of everyone.
Straw hats of every style and price
Men's fine furnishing goods of every description
CHICAGO CLOTHING STORE.
WAIT FOR THE BIG SHOWS.
AN ENTIRE CITY BY ITSKLF-10 TIMES LARGER THAN EVER,
F. J, TAYLOR'S
Huge World's Museum, Caravan, Hippodrome, Menagerie
and Congress of Wild and Living Animals.
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WILL EXHIBIT AT-
RED CLOUD, NEB., MONDAY, JULY 25, 1892.
Non Owing to arrangements made by the American Showmen's Fool Leagae
this will be thi only big show to visit Webster county this year.
I Of 000 That we give the best
STAB - PJBBFOMMERB- .ft - FUNNY, - FAMOUS CLOWNS.
A show to think and talk abont. The greatest number of favorites ever asses
bled nndrr canvas. A great holiday of rest and reoreatlon for everyone. We gear
antee to all a moat enjoyable, moral, refined and artistio entertainment.
JIP AND SAMSON,
Tho Mightiest aNtl Biggest Unites thnt Breathe.
The Goliath of the Giant Tribe. The largest elephant and eamel ia the world.
JIP, the grand old battle-scarred war elephant. BAMSON, the tallest sky-towerlag
eamel the world eyer saw.
Only Parflarod llophant In Captivity, laby Carnal Tan Month ON.
And a menagerie containing au the
A -- GRAND - DOUBLE - CIRCUS
Of two exalted circus companies. Grandest of hippodrome specialties.
A GRAND FREE STREET PARADE
a trat niaeant one mile Ions, crimsoned with the radiant lustre of tke aooa
day saa refecting scenes more grand than king or conqnsror ever beheld. Tons
upon tons, block after blook, a solid moving mats ot wealth and splendor. Every
nation represented. Noble knights and warriors. Ladle fair oa praaoiag horses.
Open dens ot wild and ferocious animals hungrily surveying the snrglag erewds
A herd ot camels and elephants, blooded horses from Asia, England and Xaatueky.
Oomlo downs and mules. Bands of mnalo filling the air with melody a sight worth
oomlng many miles to see
X FKMID i-fLlOHT TO 0100 OT..OXJDS BACH PAJyI
Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m., performance oommenoes one hoar later.
Don't letotbtr advertisements mislead yon;
we never disappoint
Admission to both Circus
Post - office.
circus performance ever seta la the West.
animaia worm seeing naaer we pw.
DAILY, RAIN OR SHINE
nnd Menagerie 25 and 85 cunts. '
SZTt In MM : "v-"0 his trip In and IbrottgU Ihb Boeklgi.
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