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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1892)
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By A. CHosmer.
We have seen them and they are all right,
And we find them square!
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Having secured the best assortment ever
See the pictures
A sack of Amboy
C P. HADLEY,
Painter and Paper Hanger,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Moon Block, RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to.
Q C. CASE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to, and
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Maiary Paklle aa GellecUaa Agent.
Reel Claad, Near.
Has a numb r or houses on her list (or rent.
Makes pensions and Notary l'ubllo work a
specialty, and wrl tv doedn, mortpiKe and all
legal inntrunients In the best o( stjlo.
Fay taxes tor non-residents, &c.
W. TULLEY8, M. D.
Rod Claai, Nearasaa.
Oile opposite Writ National Dana,
IT ai Vwaaalntnar Muraeoiu
Cbraaw Oiseawa irpawa ut bih.
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Rid Cloud, Nkhuaska.
Will attend sale at reasonable figures. Satls-
,lV For Flenr and Feed
Qo and seo L, P. AlbriRht. Ho keopB
(be best brands and sells hia flour just
ag pieap as others. . Also sella hard
ani soft coal. Prices reasoaablo. 0'
gee wd sesles, corner of Webster
stroet'snd tb ivxoue,
4 Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
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We are prepared to show a first-class line of
Clothing: and Shoes
And this fall will
given away with $10 and $25 worth of goods.
White Loaf Flour g-ven free with every $25 worth of, goods.
R. M. MARTIN 6c SON,
D. B. Spanoge,
AND L OAN AgEN--
1st. Limit or Aniotints'liOnncd:
$300.00 to 810,000.00.
Farm lonna worth nt least double
the amount loaned.
Complete nbstrnct fiom tho Unit
ed Button down to tho borrower.
4tli Terms of Loan:
Fivo (C) to ton (10) yoars. Exten
sion at maturity without cast to
fttk Rate or Interest:
Eight (8) per cent, annually, on
April, July, October or Decem
Stk Place or Puyment:
Interest and principal made para
bloat your homo bank, allowiog
borrower to tuko up bis note at
the time of payment
Yth, Special 1'rlvllegei
Partial payment in any amount at
any time, with robato of interest.
evidenced by written agroiuont,
providing that Each paymento
shall not exceed in any ono year
ono-flfth of tho principal,
Call on or Address,
D. J. Myers,
Red Cloud, Neb.
Over Deyo'e Drug Store.
Red Cloud, Webster County,
make a specialty of-
shown in Webster County. Call and
15,000 TO LOAN TO
Nomoney required to receive an education at
re a gow moral character and an ambition to
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have not the ready funds. All the time needed will be given In wh cli to pay tho loan: and a
, uu. um irwijr luiius. au uia time neeaeu win oe given in wnic n to pay tho loan: lindii
udcut .can take u full course togrwluatlon without a dollar to beain with. '
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your JudRtncnt which school In the west ranks llrat lu standing." Address,
A. M. IfARGIS, Pres., Grand Isluud, Neb.
C. M. SMITH & SON,
All drayirig promptly attended,
Perkins & Mitchell's old stand.
Choice Flour & Feed,
And sells it cheap.
Get his prices before buying) out flour.
Neb., Friday, Oct. 28, 1892.
tills eollese. The only condlilntm nf mimixinti
secure an education. Thin coiicire tuts aut hIIo
opportunity like this, ten states represented In
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iiiiun, in ivta r.m i
learned In lens time th'au other ayntoms. After
wl.ri In. nn natalu... o.l...'. '.i.. '."...
the Price of The Chief.
"COWARDS AND DE9EETERS
lliu Nitiiio. Northern Democrat Apply to
J.'nlcn fiolrtlcr. Wken Th.jr Talk
ThMr Ileal BautUacotl.
Tho followltiff extract frora tha IU
leiRli Ncwa nurt Obaorver or Wpt. 10' ia
an uccount or a speech driiroroll la that
city by ox-Congrcsaina&'J. IT. alufl)'yi
of Iown, Sept. 15. It neoma frofij thU
that tho northern Dcinocratn folly ffrco
M-ltli their iwuthorn wsoclfttcs in hatlpjf
Union Eoldtoro, and don't hofiltatoto soy
o when they think they ftr4ut of hear
ing of tho old soldiers tkeflMtltos:
"The speaker next called attention to
tho infamous raeiQn system. It now
amounts to llBO.oftAOOOpinnnm. In
a few years mora at tho present ratio
of increase it will reach tha limit of our
revenue. Jt trai a thamo that toe thduUl
have tojiut our hands in our pockcta to
paypctuiotu to a lot ofcowardt, deserters
and bounty jumper's.''
J. II. Murphy was a member of tho
FortyAsighth and Forty-nlnth congrosuca
from tho Davenport (Ia.) district, a na
tivo of Massachusetts, add posed ia bin
candidacies and vrhilo in congress oa a
friend of the soldier. This ia tha way
ho talks whon ho thinks he is alono vyitU
tho southerners and ia privileged to ex
press bin real sentiments.
Air. Cleveland's letter as a round wholo
ia as imponneublo and elostio as caout
choucNew York Sun.
A COMPLETE REVERSAL,
Clovrlaml's I'.lcctlon Sloans Control
House, Heuata and Presidency.
Chairman Carter has prosontod tho
situation in plain, unvarnished language
In n conversation at the Fifth Avcnuo
hotel in Now York ho said:
Tho people of this country aro called
upon to say whether they deslro to sub
stltuto tho policy of free trado for tho
policy of protections to substitute tho
wildcat fitnto banking system for tlie
present reliablo currency; to abandon
tho shipping policy and the trado treaties
known as reciprocity. There should bo
no doubt about tho result. Tills is not n
freo trado country. Tho people dp not
favor wildcat currency, Theyre in fa
vor of reciprocity. They deslro tho mer
chant marine of the United States re
established, and are opposed to free trade
and bad money and the reactionary pol
icy of tho Dotuocratio party.
Tho common sonse of the peoplo stands
ns a bulwark opposed to any policy
which by nny possibility may result In
hurling tho nation down from its presont
prosperous condition into commerclAv
chaos, industrial distress and financial
1 think tho peoplo understand that both
branches of congress would necessarily
bo Democratic la tho event of President
Harrison's defeat Wo cannot loso tho
presidency and save either tho senate or
We aro therefore confronted with
what mast ooem to the ordinary cltlrcn
no an appalling proposition to promptly
mid absolutely revise tho policies under
which our present prosperous condition
baa been' brought into extstonco.
ltcpubllcan TurlSf Good for Silver Mlncrr.
Governor Princo, of tho territory of
Now Mexico, in Lis annual roport to tho
secretary of tho interior says: "Mining
haa had its ups and downs during tho
year, but ut present it is flourishing, and
now that choap Mexican labor has been
got out of tho way tho niinors receive
fair American compensation for their
work." Tho roport adds? "It would bo
hard to imnglno a casfi in .which tho
present tariff has been of such ..itntnbdi
ate mid obvious benuilt ns that Upon sil
ver and lead ores'
Dcmocrutlo success next month means
that fur tlto II rut tlmo slueo 11)01 llm
democrats nlll toutrot lioiuo, scimtu uiul
prusldeucy ami bo able to Tererao llii
turin jttm undor which our splouillil
iprosperlty lias been built up. Toil will
be responsible for this reversal If you do
not voto for Harrison and ace that your
neighbors do so.
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Vol. 20. No. 14
ccM3 from onoven.
Sntuo lJitrncIs froaa PraaMest Clevelaed'e
It is sad bnt Una that la aroeariag
poiiDlons there aafftsa wHisyrsal dls
regard of tmth aitd'gao faith) the raoa
after thsso pensions votjld stsiamlata
woakness and pretemdsd lacsmaeity aad
put'o. promlum on dUaoaastyaaisaen
ilaolty. Veto of Dependent Peasioa
Tho number of iastaceat la wale
thooo of oiir soldiers "wha rale aims
dining tho war 'wsro ttar'tyMag
thrown forward aasa .their ajMlaf
would indicate that these saaaJdTwara
very dangerdas oeatrlvaasas. Vsta af
Alfred Ddnny Pansiaa Bill.
Her ponsion ia aahat lat aataraly
bocauss of her seeds aai tat saMkfal aa
vko of hor husbaad sad heY'aaai. That
prosenls the queMoa whsttaTaftWIa
such a case is a proper akMaWal af
money appropriated far aaaMHsiYeto
of RMy Ann uradley MIL v
Tho soldiers of our otvu war i
pay and bounty, reealvod'aaah
nation for military service; at has :
ucon rccolveu by soIaMers
mankind wont to war, ThsraHlyatsir
havo boen provided for 'al taldlarsf
homca.-Vcto of DepeaitatPeaalsa Bill,
Though twelve neighbors of tha aea
sloncr tcstifled that 1m waa fraa fraaa
neuralgia and disease of the eyas hsfer
cnllstmont I am of tha aaiatoa thai tha
ovidonce against tha ataatoa waa aatta
satwraotory. veto of Mil
H. L. Kylor.
Every relaxation of sriadal la aha
granting of pensions invites- aiaUbaessaa
of pensions without sfhrit alp' aataar
to become dishonest. af Bliahttll
8. Do Kraltt DUL t
This officer waa nafoaMatly tagtsj
nnu ciucicnr, ronaenag asj ejawarj
nnoio ccrvico, out it aata asa
huvo been of so dl
nctcr, nor nro the dretuaelaajaf af
widow such as ta reader a
of Commodore Marohaai.
I boilove that If, the retenas af tha
war unow ail tuaftsgataf aaai
would oo more disgustea taaa aay
of citizous.-Veto of Jane M, lMtV
I cannot spoil out aay
wuicii tuo bounty af
should bo bestowed through i
mentality or the coot at
that reach rae. Tha theory
liuvo boon adopted taaa ao taaa al
served in the army can ba tha aahlasj af
death or impaired health aawHtaey
aro chargeable to his seTvto-Tta af
M. A. Daugherty Bill.
Whatever else nuy fw aati af thai
claimant's achievesajati dataaghijaheH
military career, ttajhatha ataaiM that
ho accumulated a grfat daalaf Jatfjatt
ity.-Voto of Wilson Peaataa MIL
A Noble TriuasTlratV-TrteagelUf,
Suggested by tho New York WarUL
-Now Tart Aamtttor.
DEMOCRATS UKB IT.
Tliey Commend tke
Union fioldler MaHeeata aai
Hundreds of Democrat. Mat
nblo In tho state, inolaiwf aaajrsjhi.
colonels, captalas and priratai a tho
Confederate army, tad whoao aaajsa wa
havo permission to ttso, kawa'aaisfU
mented and congratttlated tsWoirtorof
Tho Globo on his utteraaoai oaaoaratag
tho "Incompetent, corrapkdiaxtafofu
and dishonest" a4mlalwaMi af tha
pension office under BaaaUMaa rale.
Nor was this all Taayiasy?ataU at
that when we charged that '
dirty, sneaking, i
able scQUndreis who hCval
eolvcs upon tho poaaWa folal, at ithit
cdnntry were marteTlrt, tmmmm'
diaries ana, UbarUaM tatft wBMB W
solid, hornet truth, "v
And when wa' said 1
half as many thltvai
raped and plundered tho eothea tho
, pcnslna rolls .today as there wore ta tho
penUefifMries of a doasa.statoj wo oalr
told'tljoifrut-DurbJun (N. O.) Oloho.
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IIIUU tUUU VKQVSHS. Vila i OT
Voto tho Republican ticket.
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