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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1892)
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Our stock was never so large,
Prices were never so low,
Goods could not be better.
These prices sell the goods and
See what we offer you for your money.
Children's Oil Grain Button Shoes, 8 to 12 . $
Mines' " ' " " 18 to 2 1
Women's " " " 21 to 7 1
" Beaver Top Foxed Button Shoes, 2 J to 7 i
Youths' Tip Boots, full stock, 11 to 2 1
Boys' " " " " 2i to 5 . -1
Men's Boots .... $it5o to 4
Genuine Dongolii nnd Pebble Goa. $2.50 Shoes 1
Oxfords and low 8hcs at Cost to Close Out
Shoes that rip sewed free of charge and all
We will save you money.
BLAKESLEE & KALBY
dotting bis the finest lamps you
That dollar and a half vase lamp
at Uottings is a beauty.
First class work is done at tho
Golden Eagle Tailor Shop.
For fine tobaeoo, cigars, candies
Ac, go to J. O. Lindley's.
School children Bay Deyo's lino of
lablots is the finest in town.
Hats and caps for tho whole world
at right prices. Chicago Store.
If you aro going to paint this fall,
go to Deyo for your material and save
Thero is no letter paint in the
market than the Lincoln mixed paint,
sold by dotting.
dotting has a big stock of 10 coot
sheet music cataloguo of over 2,000
pieces, dome in and look them orer.
Sherwood & Albright for groceries.
Hacker's old stand. The best of
everything kept in stock.
Trunks and valises and rubber
clothing in endless quantity received
this week. Chicago Store.
dall on us for boys' suits, wo are
strictly in it ia this line.
Go to Sherwood & Albright for
your fine groceries. The boys are de
serving and will make it a business to
wateh your interests.
Do yen need wail paper ? Deyo's
stock in complete and new. He does
not allow his stock to run down and
then work of old stook on you.
Received this week the nicest se
lected stook of men's suits you ever
saw in this city:
diiioAoo Clotiuno Store.
Wo are now prepared to. accept or
dcrs for September delivery.
Eastern hard coal $11 per ton.
Western hard coal $10 por ton.
Above prices aro delivered in your
bins. Platt & Frebb Co.
We are now prepared to aocopt or
dcrs for September delivery.
Eastern hard coal $11 per ton,
Western hard coal $10 per ton, above
prices are delivered in your bins.
7-2t Platt & Frekb do.
C. Wiener has taken the agency
for Dr. Jaros Hygiene underwear. It
is recommended by leading physicians
in the United States. Used by the
.... .mi mii nil tho nrinoinal
cities uso it in their fire and police
departments as an almost sure pre
ventiye against rheumatism.
A pointer to young mon comew
platins marriage is to got fitted out at
Wienor'n Golden Eagle. Wedding
outfits a specialty.
ICO head of good young, cattle
horses to exobBnge for rarm nu. .
D. J. MvEBH, Bed Cloud, Neb,
' dyipepiia, jaundice,
all disorders of
the stomach, liver,
, Every Dote Effective
The Chief is behind ono day
M.-R. Bently was in Linooln
G. Wi Hummel is getting better af
ter a severe illness.
WO Jones of Salt Lako
rived this morning.
Al McClintoo. day operator at t
depot has returned homo.
W 8 Garber, cashier of the F. & M
bank wrs in Lincoln this week,
Vanfi nson has hay for sale at $3.50
per ton. See him if you want hay. tf
Married on tho 21st, by G W Hum
mel, Win. Hilton to Miss Tda Sowle.
Air. Van Barren, of Burr Oak, and
family are visiting with John Aults.
Dr. Raimert, of Bloom City. Wis,
is the guest of Jno. D. Myers this
Rev, J. A. Chapin, tho new M. E.
pastor will occupy his pulpit next
Miss Cora Kaley and Dolly She
ardson or Franklin were in toe c
W. Josslyo, road master for the St.
Francis braneh of tho B. ft M. was in
the oity this week.
S. I. Umpheuour is going to move
to Missouri, where he recently pur
chased a fine farm.
P. Hillyard, wife and son, of Iowa,
are visiting with Mr. H. H Hillyard
of the city bakery.
Four or five fights took place on
show day, and our polioe ha d their
hands full managing the poople.
Don't forget that Adam Morhart
has the finest lamps in the city and is
selling them at way down prices.
Geo. Newhouso who has been
sent for two years has returned -horn
George has neon very suoeessful
learning his trade.
Jos. Garber wa at Mo Cook this
week to hear the joint debate between
MoKeighanand Andrews. He says
Mr. Andrews poured hotshot into Mr.
M. D Sksggs, was robbed of $40
in cash on Thursday night and $60
worth of clothing. Somo ono entered
his room while absent and helped
There is no excuse for any man to
appear iu kouictv with a griizly beard
alncotho introduction of Bucking
ham's Dye, which colors a natural
brown or black.
Charley Barber of Almena, Kansas,
was a plea-ant caller this week, and re
newed for the Great Family Weekly,
dharlie is doing well out in Kansas,
and we are glad of it.
For men's, boys' or children's
underwear wo are after jou sharp
beoause wo havo the stock and quality.
Price is made to suit you.
Chicago Clothing Stork.
Mrs. Crosby, of Hastings, formerly
of lliverton, met with quite a painful
accident one day this week. Sro was
working with a gasoline stove when
an explosion took plaoe burning her
severely about the face and body.
Tho Rinding Bros., circus was
best ever held in Red Cloud. Mo,
than 8000 neonla attended it. &
were in attendance iu the afters
and more than 2000 at night. It was
good and drew people from 30 or 40
On last Thursday, sometime, the
residence of Fred G. Blakcslee was
entered by burglars, while the family
was absent, ana throe valuable rings
stolen. The houne was completely
raniacked, but no further valuables
were taken. Fred thinks the burglars
were scared away, and fled with what
they could carry away easuy.
No Idle Talk.
Oscar Patmor Bays flour has got to
bt sold for what it is worth. There
foro he has made one more cut making
his prices lower than they ba,yo bean
far years. Don t take our word ior
this but call ami be convinced. 5H
nmamW that W
W Wright will
make you the lowest prices on stoves.
Oysters at Galmes.
Mrs. 11. M. Cochrano is homo
II. D. Ranney was in Bluo
Miss Pearl Smith hs returned
home from Linooln.
F. P. Shield., of Blue Hill was in
tho oity this week.
Mrs. R, M. Martin, 8r., has return
ed homo from Illinois.
Mrs. J. F. Curran, of Hasting, was
in tho oity over Sunday.
Ed Smith has returned to Salt
Lake, after a weok's stay.
Francis Dow, of Iowa, brother of G.
V. Dow, is visiting in the oity.
Tho band girls were very tneessful
with their dinner and supper on show
Mrs. E. ilohanan of Lincoln, is
visiting her parents E. B. Smith and
Robt. Martin, and wifo , havo re
turned from their wedding tour to the
Ed. Smith, son of J. H. Smith, or
Salt Lako. Utah, has been in the city
for several days visiting his parents.
F. V. Taylor left this week for
Illinois, whore ho will visit a few days
and then will go to Louisville and
Rov. E. L. Ely is at Wilcox this
week attending tho meeting of Re
publican Valley Association and
Breached on Mondav eve.
in Martin's advertisement oa first
page, it should resd "Call and see the
piuturcB jiyen wy wiiu fiu mu u
worth of goods," instead of $10.25 as
Capt. A. L. Cooper, of Mammoth
Springs, Ark., is in the oity on busi
ness; He reoently purchased the
Helvern farm. Mr. Cooper is a sound
republican. Ho may at some futuro
time move to this oity.
Tho father of Mr. Martin living at
Elgin, Illinois, died a few days ago
after a painful illness of many
months, during whieh time Mrs. Mar
tin attended at his bedside.
MoKecbv has con to
Louis to take a further courso iaf
!-!.. V J 1 .!.! ! I
rruu is Drigut ana eaer
getio young man
and if we mistatfe
not, will be a shining -light in his
profession belore many years.
Mr. Joseph Freudenstein, of d'.in
ton, Illinois, an old friend of the edi
tor of this paper, for twenty years,
was in Red dloud Sunday. Mr.
Freudenstein is a captalist ani is
heavily interested in Nebraska real
Prof. Lillotson who is hero seeking
to organise a class in voice culturo
presided at the organ at the Congre
gational churoh last Sunday and at
each service delighted the musio lov
ers in the congregation with a bari
Blue Hill C
following aro tho M. E. ohuroh
for Webster couuty:
dowles To be supplied.
Guide Rook H. If. Seymour.
Inavale E. A. VanDyke.
R?d dloud J. A. dhapin.
Miss Maggio dampbell learned the
painful news of hor sisters death this
week, Mrs. Ellon Prime, who resides
in the west part of the slate. Tho
lady was a teacher in our public
schools, a year or two ago. Miss
Campbell attended the funeral.
In an ago of fraud and adulteration,
it is certainly gratifying to know
taat such an extensively-used .prep
aration as Ayer'a Sarsaparilla may be
implicitly relied upon. It never yaries
either in quality, appearance, er effect,
but is always up to tbe standard.
dhaneey Warner, son of J, d. War
ner, went to Lincoln to attend school
while there he was taken down with
typhoid fever and has been danger
ously ill, but his parents who have
been in constant attendance, have
hopes of his recovery at this writing.
A universal boautifler. Harmless
effective, and agrceablo, Ayer'a Hair
Vigor his taken high rank among
toilet articles. This preparation
causes thin, weak hair to beeomo
abundant, strong, and healthy, and
restores gray hair to its origioal
An infant child of Henry Harris
on last Saturday and was buried
last Sunday, Rev. E. L. Ely con
ducting tho funeral. Only threo
weeks ago the mother was buried and
now tbe littlo one. Mr. Harris is In
deed sorely afflicted and has tho
sympathy of tho community.
Rov. E J- Randall, pastor of the
M. E. church of this city for five
years, has been appointed to tho Fair-
field enargo. j;ne people of tied Uloud
who have known Klder Randall and
bis estimable family, wi'h them God-
i ui ncu uiuuu
speed in thoir now borne. They
havo many frionds in Red Cloud who
will miss them in obnroh oirolcs.
Marshall Roby, who we remember
as one of Red Cloud's youngsters
years scq. and who has been west. v
Vr"d J?1 we to Tl,lt A!" 1?.ren
nnnan uai oui-grown n'mse.i anu
his friends. He now woighs 935 and
is "clear out of sight." Ho is depot
agent for the B 4 N at Atlanta, Neb.
I at present,
Tho republicans of Inavalc, (oner
ally turned out to-day, to tho political
rally at that place.
Tho Rod Cloud S. of V. band was
there to enliven matters and tho spoak
era did themselves groat credit. Mr1
Austin tho republican candidate for
state senator, a man of superior ability
and a man with a clean lecord, mado
tho oponing speeoh. Ho was follow
ed by John Modallam, candidato for
county representative, who in a
twenty minutes spoech showed that
ho understood the political situation
in a manner that surprisod all. Fol
lowing Mr. Modallam, camo Randolph
Morutt,candidato for county attorney.
"Ranney" as every ono calls him, is
fast making a record for hirosolf that
will place him among our best politi
cal orators. The way he handled tho
various questions soon convinced his
friends as well as tho independents
present that ho fully understood what
ho was talking about, it was an
exoellent speech and carried convlo
tion with it. Aftir somo excellent
music by the band Mrs. Adda Billing,
tho noted lady orator, was introduced
and entertained tho audience in her
usual happy manner, expounding that
kind of political talk that republicans
like to hear. Sho understands lior
themo and knows just how to deliver
it, and has many telling hits in it for
tho opponents of republicanism. Tho
picnic was held in L. d. Olmsted's
grove west of Inavalo which is a protty
fdace far suoh a gather
ng. Truly tho indica
tion are that many veters aro re
turning to tho republican ranks, and
certain it is that the fair name of Ne
braska is to bo kept brieht in the fu
ture. "Stand up for Nebraska,"
A Now Firm.
This week a new firm sprung into
cxistonoo in this city. Tho woll-known
drug houso of L. II. Deyo being tho
Bceno. Mr. Doyo has for yoara been
doing an exceedingly luoratiyo busi
ness, and it has been growing so fast
that bo has found it an absolute
ncoessity to havo a partner. For a year
or inoro ho has had employed in bit
store Bort Glico, also an expert phar-
moist, and this week Mr. Deyo took
jCl . -l.l.t.. :1. I.! J !.
'iniu iuki jiminiuiomji wim uai, uu uu
firm will boreal tor bo known as lisyo
A Urico. The CHIEF has known Iboth
gentltmen for many years and there
fore without tbo least hesitenoy reco
mmends them to tho public Bert's
many friends will bo well pleased to
learn of his enjbarkment into business.
We wish them success.
Every citizen in Webster county
should seo to it that he is in lied Cloud
next week to attend tho county fair
anu bring with him some artiolo for ex
hibition. There will bo many attrac
tions that havo never bcon seen before
among which will bo a grand ballo)n
ascension and a groat paraehute leap.
Come prepared to stay a week and have
a good time.
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E.
Hard, of Groton, B. D., we quote: "Was
taken with a bad cold, whloh fettled on
my lungs, cough set in and finally termi
nated in consumption Four doctors
gate me up, laying I could live but a
short time. I gave myself up to my
Savior, determined if I could not stay
with my friends oa earth, I would meat
my absent onea above. My boaband was
advised to get Dr- King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and eold. I
gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles; it
as cured me, and thank Ood lam now a
well and hearty woman." Trial bottles
at O. L. Oottlnge drag store, regular size
SOota and $1.
Cora Myrtlo Harris, died Septem
ber 24th, aged one month and eight
days. She was the daughter of Hen
ry and Cora Harris. Sbo leaves a
fathor and threo small brothers to
mourn her loss. Her mother preced
ed her threo weeks ago to tbut
Heavenly borne. What joy thero will
be when husband aud wife and chil
dren shall meet to part no more.
Another little lamb has gone,
To dwell with him who gave,
Another littled darling babe,
Ia sheltered in tbe grave.
Qod needed one more angel child,
Amidftt His shining band,
And eo He bent with loving srallo,
And took our darling's hand.
The GeHHlno Merit
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla wins friends
wherever it is fairly and honesty tried.
Its proprietors are highly gratified at
tho letters whioh oomo entirely un
solicited from men and women in the
learned professions warmly commend
ing Hood's Sarsaparilla .for what it
has done for thou.
Hood's Tills euro liver ills, jaundice
billiousncbs, sick headache, constipa
tion. Caucus Meeting.
The republicans of Red Cloud
township will meet at the court-house,
Dot. 8, at 2 p m, for the purposo of
nominating a township ticket and to
atten4 to such other business as may
S?9 e'oro lt
r Portir Hbuqe, Com.
The Maiostlc The Dumlu.d General
Lee was a man of perfect discipline,
He wrot a frlnd that it was due to Hepa
tleore whloh he always kept with him
?! ? war, whloh gave him petfeot
oeawa. ror saio n voyo org wo.
Do You Want
Well Made, Stylish Clothing,
Warm nnd Health Preserving Underwear,
Stylish Hats or Gaps,
Serviceable Foot wear,
-:-:- IF SO -:-:-
Gome and so us
Having just returned from the Eastern mark
et our stock is ready for your inspection.
"We have many Rare Bargains to olVer you
Square Dealing Golden Eagle.
O. WIENER, Prop.
Meal Eatatc Transfera
for the week ending Sept. 30th, 1802, fur
nished by the Fort Abstract Co.
Geo J Warren to J. 8. Gilham
trustee all of Fairvlew add wd 1 00
GeoJWarren to Donald Warren
end if of all blka 1-2-34 lota 7
to 16 blk 4 Iota 1-2-3-7-8-U blk
5 Fairvlew wd 603 00
Elisabeth Hens to Barbara
Bhrader e ) i ne .( '22-8-G wd . . 400 00
Henry Brnnko to John Stun sw
i 7-8-12 wd 100 00
Smith Bros to Joseph B Brnd-
ford ne 1-4 4-2-10 28 00
Jas L Robbins to TL Trow
bridge lot 7 blk 13 Blue Hill
wd.. ins 00
Thos II Roberta to Eliza Vlere
lot 20 Robert's add GuideRook
wd .- 1700 00
O G Caso to F B Goble und H
lota fi-G-0 blk 0 Smith AMoore's
addwd 75 00
Carry B Norris toll II Merritt
lotu blk 17 Blue Hill wd.... 400 00
0 B Q RR to O E MoKoeby
vj nw 1-4 7-2-11 wd 482 18
R E Moore to T P and A B
Kinard so 1-4 nw 1-4 ne 1-4 s
w 1-4 20-1-12 wd
AU Becker to Ephriam Rife ti
4412 Wfli t
F G Fobs to Mt Pleasant cem
etery association 1 acre in ew
1-4 18-1-11 qcd
WmFlohrs to II E Fond aw 1-4
II B Pond to Helen Floors sw
24"il QOd IMMMt IIIMIItt
Joe Green to W A Watkina w X
Francois Broilette to Edward D
McGabe te 1-4 7-4-12 wd . . . .
Henrietta B Wioka to Mary B
Loe lot 4 blk 10 Bladen wd. .
LB Thome to EmmaRloken-
defer lot 17 blk 0 Bladen wd
Frederiok Monioe to Godfrey
Monice ne 1-4 8-1-9 wd
Kate R Carr to D P Newcomer
lot 3 blk 21 Bine Hill apol wd
Cbai Cameron to ii jj uoe aw
1-4 24-4-11 apol wd 2800 00
Total 952CU0 88
It ia rlaky and
physician but it is fcofe and anre
patient to tako Hepationre
prompt anu eneoiive cure ior an stomaon
bowel, tlyer and kidney troubles. Per
fectly pleasant to take. At Deyo's.
One buggy, herso and harness for
sslo on reasonable terms, fpr further
information call on
Mrs. Miller MoAvoy.
Tho Republicans of Line township,
will meet, OoU 4th, at 3:30 p m at reg
ular voting plaoo to nomtnato a town-
ship ticket. G. W. Hummel, Com.
ii I. i
J, M. Hale, of Rivcrtoti, added his
namo to tho Groat Family Weekly
Highest of all ia LBaveaiag Power.
I sal BbV ' 'kV iMLaaiSMaB
It OHsjkt te be Dame.
Editor CiiiRr: Can you lafora
me why it is that there soems to be no
systematic effort on the part of our
various executive officers, to give a
warm campaign in this county ?
Ai for as The CimkYs knowledge
is concerned, the Central' oomnitfcte
is at work, but as yet have lot laid
out a program. Tub Cuiir believes
that it should be done at oioe, and
that every town and hatslet shottM
havo ono good republics speeeh dur
ing tho noxt month. Therepttbllcais:
should seo that tho good wore is la
augurated at onoo. The eountj cen
tral committco should seo that ho
stone is left unturned in this earn
It's not very pleasant to eoughaadhaek
To suffer pain in chest and back,
Many people oeuld stop it, for aire,
By simply using one minute cough sure
For sale by Oottlng.
Nlate Creek Iteau
Weather warm and dry.
Bowing grain, making hay and But
ting cam is tho order of tho day.
Miss Guthory, has bees ia poor
health for some timo.
Our school commenced last Mon
day with only a few soholars, the
teacher lives north bf Inavale.
A big lire on the Goble raaeh a few
nights ago that caused a great lots.
Mr. A. Paton and Jus Fruit will
snake sorghum soon.
Gbas. Isom sold a fine mare to Mr.
TuffSutton has sold his lae a,rey
8. Mountford has a very sore hand.
Mr. Geo. Mountford had three nlee
calves killed by straBge dogs.
Mr. Hsskins threshed nearly 1500
hundred bushels of grain.
W. S. Rosencran is building a new
Our oreek is newly dry for the
first time iu two years.
J. W. Smith was bitten by a dog
0. Arbuckle and Sam, visited Tossy
Bryon ast Sunday. Occasional.
Far Flearaael Fees
Go and seo L. V. Albright. He keepa
tho best brands and sella, his. lew just
as ohsap as others. Also. Bella hard
and soft coal. Prioes reasoaabla. Of
Geo and soales, corner ref Webster
stroot and 4th avonue.
Kltnor Beaver who has bean io
Grand Inland for the last few months
) is home on a visit.
U, 8. Gov't Report, Abb; . 17, itta.
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