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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1892)
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A. C. HOSMEK, Editor.
Retired at the 1'ost Omco In lied Cloud, Neb.,
u mall matter of tho second class
Reaafcllcan National Ticket.
For Congressman ttb District
W. K. AHDHKWB,
For Lieutenant flovcrnor,
For Secretary ot Hlntc,
JOHN 0. AM.HN.
.i. k. nAuri.KY.
For Attorney (lencrnl,
OKOKUK II. HASTINGS.
For Commissioner of 1'ubllc Unds nmt Jltdgs,
A. 11. llUMI'ilHKY.
ForUupcrlntcndent ot Public Instruction,
a. k. aounv.
For SUto Bcnator,
w. t. AuariN.
For Representative 44th district.
For County Attorney,
r J XV 1IOVT
If tho pcoplu's party proposo 2
w6rk for frco trado in order to pauper
ize tho American workingrnan, tlioy
will And thoir ranks somewhat thinned.
You may bo alio to hwniboozlo them
by demagogcry on Bomo questions,
but you must not try to decrease- or
reduce their wages to thoso of foroign
lands, or they will bo against you and
against you hard. This is what tho
people's party will do, if tlioy work
for frco trado and with the democrats,
"Chooso yc, this day whom jo will
servo" freo trado and pauper labor, or
protection and high wages) that makes
tho American laborer tho equal of
every other citizen.
Highest of til in Leadening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 18S9.
THE DEAR PEOPLE !
Of this county will please bear In mind lliut
A large number of tho independent
papers in tho stato arc refusing to
support Millionaire VanWyck for
gpvornor. Old Van will bo knocked
out by 20,000 majority.
It looks as if the democrats did not
dare to nominate a caodidato for con
gress in this distriot, right in tho faoo
of tho insults hcapod upon them by
MoKoigban at various times and
Every day wo hear of men who
joined tho indepondent party two
years ago coming back homo Thoy
have found that calamity howling
"M not pay, especially when thcro is
othing to howl about.
The pcoplo of Hod Cloud should by
all means organizo a building associa
tion. If thcro is any ono thins that
builds up a littlo town, it is a build
ing association well managed, ono
that would bo worked to the interest of
tho fltookholdcr and not for tho bone-
lit of a fow. Such an association
would build II :d Gould more good
substantial dwellings than any thing
else, and giyo our carpontors and lab
oring mon employment. Wo can
nam 3 you sovcral towns where tho lo
cal building association has madu the
town grow rapidly, and olevatod it in
to a prosperous city, from a dull, dead
pluco. An ciTort will bo tuado soon
to organizo a homo association, by that
wo do not mean, local branches of
some foreign institution located in
some other state, but a good, sound
association located in Ilcd Cloud.
A building association officered and
managed properly would wind up its
affairs in about ton years. A borrow
or if ho could get money at ten per
cent or a little hiirhor rate, could pay
for a nico homo in that penud, for
about tho saino amount that ho would
havo to pay rent. A building associ
ation is a poor man's friet.d and
a moans of good investmont for a
man who does net earo to Lurrow.
Tho monoy paid each month is loan
ed out to to tho applicants in rotation
as thoy apply for it, and therefore no
injury could bo worked to tho stock
holder. Let our enterprising mon
tako bold of tho building association
at onco and sot Rod Cloud to going,
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. John Kmick,
n son. Usual weight.
Wo demand rain, and plenty of it.
ThoMissch Mizer, Bell, and Fort,
of Red Cloud attendod Sunday-school
at Amboy last Sabbath and astonished
tho good pcoplo of that quiet old
town by thoir superb rendition of a
few popular church h joins. As n
singor Miss Mizer certainly excels,'
possessing as she docs, a voice of
such unquestionable merit. Wo pre
dict for her a brilliant future
Mr. Oscar W. Emmick has departed
for Lincoln, Illinois.
Wo herewith append the namos of
a few of Amboy's bright young men
who want to get married.
Ilonry llasscr, Frank Frisbic, Jack
Barnes, Edward llassor, Billy Barnes,
and Sylvester Frisbic.
FIRST ANNUAL PICNIC
or the Ancient Order or United
Has Just received a carload or
Cook and Heating
And will Discount Any Price in the Valley '
ITjrou are baHdlng don't rail to call on Iilnt. FOR
WHAT YOU are TRYINO TO b WII.
After November 8, our great reform
jtMtdidate for congress in this district
will be asking the same question that
, Coagtessman Cobb, did "where am I
at" and he will bo straightway an
swered "in the soup." Mr. Andrews
will bo tho next congressman for tho
The Hon. John W, Moou, of Rvor-
son, Michigao, and a heavy owner in
reality in this city and county, and
otherwiso largoly intorestcd in Red
Cloud has boon nominated by tho re
publicans for congress in tho 0th
Aliohiuan distriot, and although it is
1500 democratic, yot ho has flittering
prospoots for elootton.
The editors of tho calamity papers
are like tho fellow who oould distinctly
hear a fly wink a hundred miles away,
only that tbeir hearing seems to be
better, for thoy ean hoar tho imagin
ery wailing of the workingmon when
thoro is none to bo heard. Thero is
bo batter paid, nor any happier peo
ple ia the world than tho Amorioan
MoKoigban sayB he ean get thero
with a mulo team. Now then, with
all respect to his abiliy as a racor, we
believo that Mr. Andrews tho repub
lican candidate will beat him. Mr.
Androws will carry Webster county,
notwithstanding it is MoKcighan's
homo. And what is truo in Webster
county will bo truo in Adams, Hall,
and a majority of all tho other coun
ties in tho distriot.
Hon Kuohlor, tho boy whom Con
grebsman MeKeighan recently ap
pointed to Writ Point, is going back
to Iowa in a fow dajs to niuko prep
arations to take up his studios in that
place. Banker Koahlcr's relatives
com to bo in luck. Four or five of
them arc in tho army, and now Ben,
an Iowa boy, gets tho appointment in
this Htnt.o lor tho similar position.
Verily thn rich man rides in "shazes"
whilo tho puor Inrinor boy keeps right
on plowing corn.
'TUB ClHKl' doniioa to extend its
appreciation of Senator Paddock's on
ForeBt Protection, which is ontitlod a
"Bill to proyido for tho protection ot
public forest resarvations." Tho pro
visions of tho bill are pitch that here
aftor tho forosti of thn nation will bo
proteotod from iihoIcsi destruction.
The bll has been endorsed by tho
proper oommitteo and is a wise public
doeumeat showing careful research of
tho iraportank subject by its author.
Senator raddocV;VvJ,c bill should
become a law.
Tho democrats, through Qov. Boyd,
has let tho cat out of tho bag, and
have deolared their intention of vol
ing for Weaver, and not for Cleve
land, in order to down Harrison. Tho
republicans who belong to tho popu
lists, or independent party, should
stop and think twico beforo casting
their votes against tho republican
tiokct. There is no hopo for Weav
er's clcotion, but the domocrats in or
der to make a eatspaw of tho inde
pendents, propose to voto for Weaver
and against Cleveland in order to
throw the election of prrsidcut into
tho house, and thereby cloot Cleve
land. It is a fair political dodgo for
tho democrats but it will bo hard
on American workingmon to bo made
tho instrument to doorcaso wages by
froo ttrado with the nations of tho
world. It would plaoo our American
workingmon along side of the cheap
labor of Europo and when you com
paro our wages with theirs you
will find thorn much lower.
For instanco tako the wagos of
iron workors in Belgium. Thore they
get 65 oents per day and in turn
country from $10 to $15 for tho samo
work. This, then is what democrats
proposo to do by votiog for Woavcr,
and thus eleottng Cleveland. Do the
workingmon of America want tocouio
in contact with the cheap labor of
Europo ? It is nico to talk freo
trado, it Bounds pretty in theory but
when it comes to putting it in prac
tice in America, if it ovtr is, it will
bo a sorrowful day for our country. It
would simply moan tho prostitution of
our people to tho tnoro pittanoo 'of
wages received in England; which
every Amoriqan knows uro twioo as
low as thoy are hero.
Tlireo Tilings to Remember.
flood's saroaparilla has tho most
Hood's sarsaparilla has won un
Hood's sarsaparilla accomplishes
tho greatest cures.
Is it not the medioine for you ?
Constipation is oauso by loss of the
peristaltio action of tho bowels
Hood's pills rostore this ajtion and
invigorato tho liver.
Thcro will bo an ieo cream social nt
Pleasant Dale, Monday, Aug 22,
1802, for tho benefit of O. W. Hum
mel. Evorybody como,
By order of committee,
Wo desire to Ray to our oitlzons, that
for years wo have been soiling Dr. Kings
Now discovery for Consumption. Dr.
King's Now LifoI'lllB, Burklen's Arnica
Snlvonud, Kloctrio Ititttrs, unci lmvo
never handled remedies that poll im woll,
or thnt Iibto given such universal satis
faction, We do not heMtato to gunrnn
tt j then every time, und wo stand ready
to refund the purchase price, If satisfac
tory results ao not follow, their use.
These remedies havo ono their groat
popularity purely on thoir moritB. O. L
Tito stato ropublican loaguo will
hold its annual meeting in tho city of
Grand Island, at 8 o'clock p. m., Aug
ust 24th, 1802.
Each republican club organized in
tho stato will bu ontitlod to tho fol
lowing representation: Thrco dele
gates ior each club, and ono addition
al dclcgato for ovcry fifty members, or
major fraction thereof, in addition to
tho president of each club organized.
Every republican editor in the Btato
by action of tho executive committee
has boon made a member of tho stato
loague and is entitled to a voet, and
to participate in tho proceedings
thorcof. Delegates attending stato
Icaguo can procure ono and ono-third
faro rates over all lines in Nebraska,
by paying full faro whon going and
rocoiving from the ticket agent u re
ceipt, which receipt must bo properly
endorsed at tho convention, roturning
for ono-third faro.
Send credentials of dolcgatos to tho
secretary at Omaha until August 21,
after which timo address samo to
I. W. Lanbino, Pros.
Brad SLAuailTEK, Sec, Omaha, Nob.
Winifred Fulton the infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Ful
ton was born Oct. 22, 1800, and died
suddenly on Aug. 11, 1802.
This blow is a peculiarly hard
one to tho parents and grandparonts
as sho was tho only child and grand
child. And not only to theso but to
all who know the littlo 0110 for she
was dearly lovod by all booauso of her
bright, winsome ways.
But God loved her too so Ho know
ing what was best for her took her In
his own beautiful home and there
"whero everlasting spring abides, and
noyer withering flowers" sho awaits
tho coming of thoso who loved her so
To'inany hearts Heaven soems more
real, and moro bright and more to bo
dosircd now that sho is there.
Twns a loving hand that gave her,
Into loving hands she camo,
And tho' God hns culled her back to
We love hor just the same.
And we'll think ot hor waiting yondor,
Thro' nil tho years to como,
As ono by one at the gate sho meets,
To givo us n welcome- home.
R L. E.
Somo few week's ago it was deter
mined by Red Cloud lodge No. GO, A.
O. U. W., to get up a goneral picnie
for the ordsr, with tho hope that it
would bo kept up each year, and there
by result in much good to the order.
Therctoro, sovcral meetings wero
called and arrangements made, and
August 18 was decided as the day.
On that dato, whioh was Thursday of
this week, delcgatos from thirteen
lodges, along with Grand Master Tato,
making altogether, with Red Cloud
lodgo No. CO, moro than 20U Work
men who had como together for mu
Tho Workmen formed in line at 12
o'olock headed by Grand Master Tate,
and Master Workman Ely of No. GO,
and with the band in tho lead marched
to Gov. G arbor's grove, by the way,
ono of the finest places for pionio
grounds that we have ever seen. Fol
lowing tho procession camo a large
number of our citizens in buggies
and all together made an imposing ar
ray of men who are sworn to protect
tho families of members of tho order
Arriving at tho grounds, the day's
program was carried out in full as follows:
Music by braBB bands.
Call in and get a Golden Gem.
McGinty to the bottom of the sea,
But the Buckeye Harness Shop is still on top nnd will give a
ticket to the Webster County Fair with every
$5 worth purchased at his store at one time.
J. O. BUTLER, Prop,
Singing Opening Ode Workmen.
I'rnyor by ueo. V. reiser.
Singing Duett Mr. and Mrs. D. 0.
Address of Weloome Rev. E. L.
To the pampers !
H. C. SCOTT,
Invite tho Fanners or Webster and adjacent counties to Ills
large and varied stock of
Such as Wagons, Buggies, Carts, Plows,
Harrows, Mowing Machines. &c.
See him before buying for bargains.
Tho following aro tho jurors for the
noxt term of tho Distriot Court:
D. F. Mizer, Frank lrtairo, A. H.
Ivaloy, 0. W. Lindgrcn, Elmer Mousor
W. Holsworlh, II. A. Stevens, Frank
Dickerson, Thos. Rlankinbakur,
August HiiKchaw, James Mattocks, C.
V. Evans, 0. R. Pitnoy, B. F. Wood
hoad, John Coon, Pctor Conovor,
Chas. Putman, Clin?. Drown, R T
Payno, I. Frisbic, Ed. Metoalf, James
Patterson, John 0. Riloy and J. B.
The White Hume gfubics,
The American pcoplo aro always inter
ested lu unything thnt pertains to the
Whito Houbo. We nro reliably informed
thnt tho stables contain a full assort
ment ot different drugs and modioines
nnd thoy nU (so tho head groom says)
keep a bottle ot nailer's Barb Wire Lin
iment. which is the most successful lini
ment they over used. For sale by 0. L.
Singing Weloome song.
Response to welcome L,
Singing Quartette Mrs. Briggs, Mist
Emigh, (Jotting nnd Albright.
Music By Brass Band.
Mnsio Male Quartette.
Toast The Qoair W. P. Buok, Super
Mnsio Trio Qilospie and family.
Toast The degree of honor Mrs. 21.
Mnsio Duet Flow Gently Deva
Mrs. Briggs and Albright
Toast Our Beneficiaries H.I. Weth
eroll. Musio Male Quartette.
Address Ron. 3. G. Tate.
Mnsio Gilespie and family.
Elocton of Annual picnio officers.
Bingmg -uoa be wltb you till we
Miss Josio Igou Organist.
Tho program was one of great in
terest and the spoech of Grand Mas
ter Tato was listened to with oloso at
tention. Ho is a fine talker, has
splendid command of languagj and
always interests his hearers. The
musio by Mrs. Briggs, Miss Emigh,
and Messrs Cotting and Albright was
splendid. The 'band musio was also
P.ov. E. L. Ely's address of wol
come whs delivered in his usual happy
way. In fact, tho wholo affair was a
grand succoss and will be remembered
by all. At tho close of the services
the Workmon assembled and elected
tho following officers:
Presidont W. T. Austin, Franklin.
Secretary N. J. Ludi, Ropublican
Committo to fix date of next Pie
nic Uov. E. L. Ely. No CO; W. P.
Fulton, No. 241: A. H. Kline, No.
211; D. Wagoner, No. 160; B. 0.
Snow, No' 2U; N. J. Ludi No. 120;
W. bi. JSwing, JNo. 114; H. E. Bow
man, No, 79; Mr. Everhart. No. 74:
L. Uumplo, No. 50; J. W, Robinson,
1N0. 41); 11. iM. McUlure, Wo. 204; C.
Latham, No, 248.
After election, tho committee met
and decided to invito other lodges to
participate and appointed a meeting
at Kcd L'loud tho urst Wednesday in
October to dooido upon the dato and
place of next pionio.
Evcryono was well pleased with the
pionio and will look forward with
pleasure to tho next ooe.
Disease never successfully attacks a
system wun pure uiooa. ue Witt's oar
sapnrilla makes pure, new blood and en
riches the old. U. L Ootting.
The Girl of the Fatare.
Now, John, it I say "yes" it's on one
condition wen you promise 7 Yon bad
better say yes well, it's that you will get
mo a bottle ot nailer's Pain Faralyier.
Why ? Because it's the beat thing for
headache and rheumatism I ever heard
of, and thon it's bo nice for babies when
they have the colio and diarrhea. For
sale by 0. L. Cotting.
On receipt of four cents to pay post
nge, the Mailer's Proprietary Co., Blair,
Nob., will send a aet ot handsome cards
and a sample bos of their celebrated
Australian salve, free.
60 TO THE
(JMty $akepy and Restaurant
For tre h Bread Plea
All kinds or cakes,
candles, Nuts, cigars,
and fresh Frulte, etc.
Meals and Lunch all hours
Boarding and Lodging. Fresh Oysters and Ice Cream in
Jos, Herburger, Prop.
Every One Should Know
That the place to buy
h n m mm mn
Iron, Tinware, &c.
W. W. Wrii
New Gooods and
S. J, COZAD, Proprietor.
All hauling intrusted to me will be promptly attended to.
!5,eOO TO LOAN TO WORTHY STUDENTS.
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No money required to receive an education at this college. The only condltlousof admlnslon
are a good moral charactor and au ambition to secure an education. TliU college has lot aside
15,000 to be loaned during the present year to young people who wish to attend our school, but
haye not the ready fund. All the time needed will be given In which to 'pay tho loan: and a
student can tako a full course to graduation without a dollar to begin with
. '.7 ' u"T T ?,AY AS VOV CO but " ,nl8 ,a Impossible you cannot afford to start
'me..WU?0at Aufcatlon ?hen ym havo " 0PPHuntty Hke this. Ten states represented In
the attendance and fltty graduates last year. Board In private family 2.oo per week.
We teach the Klectrlo Sliort-Halid which can be learned In (outline than other systems After
you havo read the circulars of all other schools, sei.d for our catalogue and we will leave It t
Tour Judgment which school In the wst ranks first lu standing. Address,
mmtm A M. IIAROIS, Pres., Grund Island, Neb.
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
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Hating had ten year experience In county records and ono of the most comnleta t of a
tract book In the stato. we guarantee satisfaction. Yoi" favors solicited
All orde filled promptly 10.000 dollar bond tiled "c'wa
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