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4 Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
By A. C. Hosmer.
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, Aug. 19, 1892.
Vol. 20. No. 4
SUMMER - CLEARING - SALE !
Do You Want a Bargain ?
If so, Examine Figures Below.
OUR GREAT CLEARING SALE LASTS
2 - WEEKS ONLY ! - 2
WE QUOTE A FEW BARGAINS BELOW :
Our entire stock of shoes at Cost.
Our entire stock of Black Organdes at Cost.
Our entire stock of Black Sateens at Cost.
Our entire stock Colored Sateens at Cost.
Summer Jackets at cost, Ladies White Underwear at
cost. Our entire stock of Summer clothing at cost.
And many other articles too numerous to mention. We also have a few
Bargains in the Grocery Line: 19 lbs. Gr. Sugar for $1; 5 packages of
Coffee, 95c. Everything dse in the grocery line in proportion.
Highest prices paid for Butter, Eggs, corn and Oats.
R, M. MARTIN 6c SON.
Remember the place and call and see us. Moon Block, Red Cloud.
6. W. DOW
Keeps a full line of-
Sickles, Pitman Boxes,
Knife Heads, Sections,
Guards, Guard Plates, Rivets,
for all kinds of Mewing Machines,
$3T Old iron taken in exchange. Machines repaired in
good shape. I have also a few kind of rake teeth on hand
o. w, now.
FLOUR and FEED.
Perkins & Mitchell's old stand. -
Choice Flour & Feed,
And sells it cheap.
Get his prices before buying ) out flour.
Castoria la Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Karcotlo substance It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil
It Is Pleasant. Its guaranteo Is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers Oastorla destroys Worms and allays
feverlshness. Costorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wlud Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria It an excellent medicine for chll
iron. Mothers hare repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children,"
Da. 0. 0. Osoood,
n Castcrla to tho bet remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope tho day U not
for distant when mothera will oonalder tho real
Interest of their children, and uaa Castoria in
Ktcad of the various quack nostrums which aro
destroying their lored ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents' down their throats, thereby eroding
them to premature rjme."
" Castoria is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend It as superior toaoypreseriptloa
known to Be." ,
IL A. Aboti,bLD..
Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn.. T.
M Oar pbysfoteu la the children olepart
mest hare spoken highly of their eiperl
esoe la their outside practice with Castoria,
and Although we only have aajosg our
medical supplies what Is known as regular
product, yot wear free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look wttfc
favor upon It."
Uritxo notprxAJ. ixo Disrsruar,
Alum a Smith, Pi.,
The Ceatsmr Cosjwaav, Tl Muni tenet, Maw Yek City.
The Old goltllcr Racket.
Tho following resolutions passed at
tho meeting of allianoo editors at
Hutchison, Kansas, rcocntly, lias
raised a terriblo howl by tho allianoo
press of tho state, and beon declared
a "forgery," anotl.or "republican lio,"
"Hksolved, That wo condemn tho
organisation known as tho Grand Ar
my of tho Ilcpublio, organised for
tho purposo of'proying upon tho Uni
ted States treasury, and thcroby
flinching from tho pcoplo in tho form
of pensjons, monoy not their duo.
Wo also condem tho mombcrfdiip of
said organization for pressing upon
and demanding of tho pcoplo the
right to hold office and bo rccognizod
as an activo factor in tho politic of
tho country. Tho right to voto wo do
not question; but their right to dic
tate or suggest poliliotl action nnd
political party, wo ucnounoo, ana wo
tho representatives of tho reform (al
liance) press, do hereby plcdgo our
selves to resist such presumption on
tho part gonerally of tho ox-union
soldier, but especially of tho Grand
Army of tho Republic."
But the Salina Sun has taken tho
troublo ts investigate tho matter, and
has run tho roport down. Wo givo
tho result bolow. It wll now bo pro
per for tho roform (?) press to givo
the report of tho Sun's investigations.
Will they do bo or will thoy oither de
clare it anothor "republican forgery"
or remain silout on tho subjot ? Wo
"It was to got at tho bottom faots
that a gentleman of this city wont to
Hutchison this week and after spend
ing two days there returned jestorday
bringing documents that proved con
clusively tho truth of every assortion
made. Tho resolution was heard by
a numbor oi gontlcman of hiizh re
pute in Hutchison, who wcro in the
convention at tho timo of reading.
Certificates from some of thorn assert
ing the material statements aro in
Salina and will be giyen to the public
that they may bo tho judges. The
resolution was taken in shorthand on
tho margin ot a copy of the Hutchi
son News as it carolesely lay on tho
lap of a young man as he sat in tho
invention and the printed copy was
transcribed from it. This was some
thing the members of tho convention
did not count on, and so havo beon
taken unawares. That copy of the
Hutchison Nowa is likewiso in Salina
and tho shorthand report was trans
lated in our prenenoo yesterday by
Mr. Smith, two district court steno
graph! r, and Hon. T. F. Garter, both
separately. Excopting perhaps an
unimportant word it is identical with
the resolution ai published."
Mrs. Wright was buried on Satur
day 13th from tho M. E. church,
which was crowded with mourners and
sympathizing friends. Elder Putnam
conducted tho funeral serv ieo.
The sick children among us aro
It is pleasant to see tho loads of
lumber going out from tbo yards of
Fawcolt & Hildroth, for buildings in
tho country. Thoso gentlemanly
dealors have tastefully painted their
offico, outside and insido, thoy have a
largor stock ot lumber than tho yard
has carried for two years past and aro
now figuring on bills of lumber for a
church nnd also for soyeral good
dwellings, Thoy havo just told n
largo bill to Mr. S. h, White of Ehu
Greok for a nlee furtn house.
On Monday, 15th wo wcro shookod
by a disgraceful sorimmago between
two of our newer citizens, who do not
mm lb ft tfWKfd df Alt' law abiding
habits of our peaceful poople. From
words thoy went to knifing caoh other
One did not quito hit tho other is the
oyo, nor did tho other quite reaeh hit
heart, and so thoy aro both all ye.
Dr. Watts' oradlo hymn might be ap
propriately quoted tu tho belllgorents.
"You should norcr let your angry
passions rise; your little hands were
never made to tear caoh othori eyes."
Tho thrcshcrmon aro gathering
their harvest now. The wheat is ex.
collont, but tho oats aro lighter tbas
Mr. Ghapin's father, yorerable and
gentlemanly, tu spending some weeks
with him on tho farm noar town.
Mrs. Isom will soon movo from
among us to Guido Rook.
Tho son-in-law and daughter of Sir
Albright, aru to tench our publie
Again has our vicinity beon blessed
with tomporaffco honor, this tine
Miss Ethol Brubakcr won the gold
modal at tho eontost hold at Guide
Rook Saturday Aug. C. Ereryone who
was there join in saying it was the
best eontost spoaking they ever heard,
socmod as if thoy all deserved s gold
Most every farmer is harvesting.
S. G. Wildor returned from Ltnooln
Good corn weathor now, it is rather
31. 0. Jackson threshed last
Miss Nottie Padon of Roynolda thle
sla'o ono of Webster county's former
tcaohors Is visiting this plaoe and
L'owles tho home of her father.
Thomas Crawley of Unioaville,
Iowa, is stopping a while with A. 0.
Bon whilo onroute to Chase eottatv
whoro ho owns a half section of land.
and Henry Brab
a new host
ti .u l . '. -trv, .
xuur, uiu, nonesc wiSRryv.Wsf
thcroover anything moressssslsss ,''
ana puenio than this prolenged insia
uating depredation of the silver dol
lar, which has so largely formed the
"stock in trade," of the free-eoinage
obstructionists ? And this, whes all
know that any dollar stamped as sack
by the government is as "honejt dol
lar." Whilo any sueh dollar will pay
100 cents of a debt and buy 100
cents worth of any commodity that is
or solo in tho market, no matter
whether silver, paper, or gold. The
legal tondcr inscription makes the dol
laragood dollar. Any dollar that
will do this Is not good one, and
nobody wants any suoh dollar. Tnere
for;, all this loud pretense and hue
and cry is tho moreit trash, bosh,
and nothing more. When the law
creates and puts in circulation legal'
tender monoy, bo it silver or any
thing else, that is good, honest mosey
aud it is entitled to the conideaee
and recognition of all honest men.
This is a good law and good seir,
pood othios, good politics and soRd
polloy. National View.
The B. & M. will sell round trip
tickets for ono fare to Dcadwood and
Hot Springs, 8. D. from Aug. 10 to
31 iuolusivo with transit limit of one
day in caoh direction and final limit
of thirty days from date of sale
A special rate of 130.45 for the
round trip has bean made from this
point to Washington D, C, toeottnt
annual encampment Grand Armv of
tho Ropublio und Baltimore, Md., ac
oount Annual Reunion Dupont Naval
Veteran association. Tickets on sale
Sept. 12 to 18 inclusive final rtttra
limit Ootobor 12, 1892.
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