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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1892)
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Trains MnjrliHt pastenfer leave lied Cloud in
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KAHI' VIA II ASTlNflH,
Me, IttPMftetwpr to Hasting
ne. lfn rretB rur unsung
He. lit PMwnjcrfram Uniting
Ke. IS, raawncer to Ht. Joseph m.
ausa City ami
le. IS. rassenter to Ht. J
to. 14 Passenger toKaim
(i:M p, in.
1 :.10 p. m.
lotto n. m.
I, -oo p. m,
Ho. H raeseniei
Ne. is Passenger (or louver ntid In
termediate point daily 7iMn.ni.
No. t J I'mwenifor for Denver, dully. flil5p.tr.
OXrOftD AND llKO CLOUD ACCOMMODATION.
except Hunrtay CsOOa. m.
Ne.lW local freight from Oxforl d.tlly t
except ttumlay. (til p. m
Ttit saddest ocourronoo I ho Signal
has ever been called upon to olironiclo
is the death of Miss May Busbeo in
this place Tuesday erening as the re
sult of juries received tbo evening
before. About 8:30 o'elook Monday
evening as her brother Frank was go
ing npttair to bed be foil from the
stairway, breaking tbo lamp he car
ried and setting fire to the carpet in
the hall-way. Neither of tho pkronls
were in the house at tho time and Miss
May went bravely to hor brother's res
one and attsmptod to extinguish tho
flames, tn doing this hor clothing
eangbt Iro and bocoming panlo strick
en she ran soroaaaing into tho stroot,
Her aeieasas brought a number of
people to their doors among them Mr.
W. A. Seeley who stopped hor at his
home and who with tho greatest dlf
lenity suooeeded in putting out tbo
flames, bnrning his own hands so so
verly as to be unable to do any work
sinee. By this time a numbor of oth
ers had arrived and sho was carried
to her home but so soverly injured
that reeovory was impossible Tho
victim of this sad acoidont was about
fifteen years of ago, and one of tho
brightest and best young girls of this
community, a dutiful and obodlont
daughter, modest in demeanor, pleas
ant in her deportment toward every
one, a studious pupil at school, sho
was a general favorite with all, That
she should thus meet with a violent
death just as she was blooming into a
beautiful womanhood is aid boyond
comparison and tho sorrowing relatives
have tho sincere sympathy of the en
tire community in their beroavmont.
rem iale or trade.
A Flute Tmeriitjhtrefi Pcrchor-
m Neman StalHem,
yVYhave for sale or trado a thorough-bred
Percheron Norman Stallion,
registered in the French and Ameri
can stud books. French No. 297,
Amerioan No. 4300, He is a ooal
black nod was imported by Singmas
tor j Sons of Keokuk, Iowa. A
good trade will bo given to the right
. parties, by ealling at Tun Chief offiue.
". Drankcaess, er the l.lejuer
; HaMt Cured t lleaao In Ten
A Days my Administering Dr.
Ilalnes' C olden Specific.
It can bo given In a glass ot beer, a cup of
eoftee or tor. or In '.food without the knowledge
ot we watlent, UK absolutely harmless and
will axeet a permanent and speedy eure,
wnewer toe patient li a moderate drinker or
a akhoUo wreck. It ha been given In ttious-
aau.M cases, ana in every instance aper-
Jt Jfry M. CfwIUn
i rites, o., My ta Wiy
etoaas an Astoetsksd.
art leek at Km like' ea
Raised froni the Dead
Long and Trrlbl lllnttt
from Blood Poisoning
Completely Cured fty Bee4&
Jin. Mary T. CFaUon, a very tnunifsti
lady ot Plqus, Ohio, was poisoned while as
sating physicians at nn autopsy 0 years ago,
and soon Mrtlele ulcer broke oat on her
head, arm, tongue and throat Rer hair all
eaaae out She weighed but 78 lbs., and saw
no proipeet ot help. At last sha began to
take Hood's BarsapatUla and at one lav
proved could soon get out of bed and walk,
the Mrs t " I became perfectly cured by
and am now well woman. I weigh 1381b,
eat well arj do the work for a large faatlly.
My ease tCens a wonderful recovery and
physicians look at ma jn astonishment, at
Mswetltka ft fr i the 4tm.
' HOOD'S) PlLLS should be In every fssaSy
tksit. once m, always prsftmo,
H. A. SHINKLE,
New and Second Hand Goods.
New and Second Hand Goods a Specialty
2d doo. north of Moon block
Murray's Fair Store!
Has moved into the Moon block, 2 doors
south of old stand. Haying
MY ST OC5M
in all departments,
will be glad to see my numerous customers.
S. T, COZAl, Proprietor. ,
All hauling intrusted to me will b promptly attended to.
1'HK TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lumber, Coal, Lime, lath, Etc.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Prices Lower than any - rd
Fort Abstract Co., Bed Cloud,
L. II. FORT, Manager.
Afrw tracts of Vltle
Furnished to all Lands in Webster County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOriOE.
Having had ton year oxperlonco In county records and ono of tlio most comnleto set of A
stract books In ttio stato. wo Ruanuitce satisfaction. Your favors solicited
All ordos filled promptly. 10.000 dolnr bond tiled
I nd approved. Address or call on
L. H. FORT Manager, Red Cloud, Nob.
Wo noticed Mr. Rowland and his
son-in-law, Koarns, pass through
town enrouto for Furnace county. Wo
aro inlormod that Mr. Kcarns has
bought a farm Ihoro and intonds to
lmpsovo tho placo in tho way of build
ings boforo moving bis family, honoe
Mr. Rowland wont out.
Mr. Gutter of Red Gloud, is having
tho corn crop husked on his placo just
oast of town,
Wo noticed J. K. Rest of Cowlcs
in tho "Hill" on Friday. Mr. B. ro
ports a rush in tho grain business at
his plaoo of business.
Wo aro grieved to chroniolo the
death of Mr. Ellsworth, a resident of
Oak Crook. Wo did not loam any
Our now presiding cldvr dolivercd a
very interesting sermon to the M. E.
congregation last Sunday morning.
Tho flro fiond has loft Bluo Hill and
is making his rounds in tho country.
Tho moustor flro specialist is very
much intcrostod in destroying barns,
and what scorns most peculiar of all is
ho singles out an Arnold's barn and
as yot has laid wasto to no othors. As
a result of his work John. Arnold lost
his barn and its contents, inoluding a
numbor of horses.
DIEDERICH & COOK,
BOOTS and SHOES.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
They keep constantly on hand one of the largest and finest
lines of Boots and Shoes to be had in the city.
They make a specialty of the Waverly School
Shoes for Children . See them before
making your purchases.
HARRIS & GUST,
fact enra lias followed. It nevar Kails. The
lysusm orm tmprecnatea wtcti tue snsoinc. it
ismmnm as uttar ImDosslbtlltv for tna llnuor
MpaUta t Insist. Cures guaranteed. A imiuo
book o particulars ireo. Anureas me uoi
ildreas the Uotden
las Kacatttrcct, Clnciuaatl.O.
The Mini at the Wheel.
xnensn at toe wneei has a grave
poMlbUitriso has he who takea his
in bit own bands ana
nutrlarieMor othsrwlsa Buttering with
any blood disease to which human ftsshls
hair, ignores the advioe ot his dearest
friend and refuses to take Hepatioare as
a ssexUetM that yearly onres thousands of
his feUew euf erers. Bold by L. II Ueyo
Blakeslee A Kaloy, at tho Cincin
nati Shoe Store, have scoured tho scr
vlees of a first-class slioeuiakor and
all wishing fine custom work or re
pairing ean be accommodated. Satis
ForTlour and Feed
Go and sec L. 1 Albright. He keeps
tho best brands and soils his flour just
as cheap as othors. Also soils hard
and soft ooal. Prioca roasonablo. Of
fico and scales, corner of Webstor
streot ana 4th avenue.
25 zs- for 25?
Absolutely Pure JusTTkYlT.
North of Henry Cook's.
Your Patronage is solicited. We Keep
Nothing but the Best Meats.
NOW IS THE TIME TO LUY !
W, Wh Wrigtit
Haa a fine line of
Heating and Cooking Stoves'!
nd is Belling so low thnt all can afford to buy.
YOU WILL MISS IT
If you do not consult him before buying.
&r.JAQUCS'& CO. KANSAS CtTY.MO.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
Webter Street Livery Feed
North opposite Moon Block, Red Cloud.
Your patronage solicited.
Go and see 8herwood & Albright
for ehoice eroooriea. provisions, fruits,
eaadlcs, ete. They keep no stalo
goods, All fresh and tho best brands.
You will find nothing better for
chapped hands during corn husking
tine than Caotus Oil, sold only by
Dkyo & Grick.
Farm loans at lowost intorost.
Strictly first-class loans at lower rates
than has ever been given in this coun-
ay before, Option to pay part or all
at end of any year. 0. F. Gather.
There la no use talking, neithor Harri
son or Cleveland will be elected unless
they take DeWiU'a Little Garly lllBere.
They have a "get tfcero" quality pouoeBs
ed by. no other pill. For sale by Ootting,
For Fire Lightning and Toruado
Insuranoe jn the German of Freeport
and otker reliable companies, call on
o wrlta to Chas, Sohaifnit, offioe over
J)ryo s drug store, lied Lloud, titbr,
Xhranepaia, diatreea after eatlnff, eour
stomaob. poor appetite, bad taste, ooat-
d toncun and heartburn nre oureal by
DeWitPa Little Early Risers, the famous
UHe Pjll. Wr sale by Oottlng.
At his homo in Garfield township,
Nov. 18, 1892, A. F. Daxter aged 42
years, Mr. Baxtcr.oame to this coun
ty about fiyo years ago from Colorado
to whiuh Btato ho had inovud from
Iowa, Ilia hoalth Imi always boon
frail, but ho was not considered dang-
orour to tho day of his death. Wo
saw him not long ago in Hod Cloud.
tnday morning was tho first he was
considered siok, Funoral sorvioos
wcro conducted Sunday by 1W. G. W.
Ilummol, at tbo Ash Greek church.
Ho was novor married but lived with
his mother, a sister of G. O. Coon.
Two sisters in Iowa and Dakota with
mothor remain to grieve his loss.
Mm -mi it i
At the homo of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Buster, north of Guldo
Hook, Nov. 15, 1892, Thomas Buster,
aged 22 years, 9 months, and 4 days.
Services were conducted at tho homo
on Wednesday by llor. A. G. Black
well. The family havo our sympathy
in their borqavemont.
Piles of people hnva piles, but Do-
For Sale at GottinR's.
Htntn ot Nobnwkn
Wobutor county, )
Notice is horuby givou to nil persons
imviDK ulnluiH nud demands ntrahiBt Mil
ton Jt'8ter Into pt Wobster county,
ilecenaeil, tlmttho timo nsed for tiling
ulniiuit nKuinst sutil OBtnto is six months
from the (
wth dny or Movvmltur 1b93.
all such persons nre required to present
their claims with tho. vonohers to tho
County Judge of saidonunty nt his office
ineroin, on or oetore tne
Ollt IlHysr June, 1N!I.
nud ull claims so flllod will be heard be
fore the said Judge on tho 10th ot Juno
1608, Ht U o'clock, p. m. James Duffy,
Dated this llth day of November 18.
Castorla It Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neithor Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OH.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use hy
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys "Worms and allays
feverishness. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Dlarrhaoa and "Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
toothing troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sloep. Cas
torla is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
Perkins & Mitchell's old stand.
Choice Flour & Feed,
And sells it cheap. '
Get his prices before buying oui flour.
THE DEAR PEOPLE !
Of this county will please bear In mind Hint
Has Just received a curload of
Cook and Heating
And will Discount Any Price in the Valley
ITyou arc bulldlHc don't full to call on lilm, FOR MONEY I
WHAT YOU tire TltYINtt TO SAVE.
H Call in and get a Golden Gem.
mwww 9xay ifim.
All draying promptly attended. Your orders
" Castorla Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers hare repeatedly told me ot Its
good effect upon their children."
Da. O. O. Osaooo,
" Castorla U the lwt remedy for children ot
which I am acquainted. I hope Uio day U not
fardltant wlwn mothia wlllconslder the real
Interrct ot their child (en, and use Castorla In
stead of the various rj uack noil nuua w Iilch are
destroying their lovel ones, by forclotfoplum,
morphine, sobthlng syrup and other hurtul
acenta down their rhroaU, thereby cendlng
them to premature graTei."
Pa. J, F. Kincikzok,
" Castorla is so well adapted to children that
I recommend It as superior to any prescription
known to me."
IT. A. Aacaia, K. P.,
Ill Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians In the children's depart
ment Iuto spoken lilRhly of their eiperl
enco In their outside practice with Castorla,
mid alth'uueh we only hare amonc our
medical supplies what la known as regular
products, yet we aro free to confess that the
merits of Castorla has won us to look with
favor upon It."
Ukitcd Hospital ad DisrsxataT,
Aixsm a SatTQ, Drt$.,
Watner & Warren,
" THE TWO JO'S "
Have opened a Real Estate Office,
AND AIIS BEAST TO SELL YOU
Farm or City Property, or Auotion off your Stook or House
hold Goods. Have some Bargains to offer to any
. who call at this office,
2d Door North of F.& M. Bank, Up Stairs
15,000 TO LOAN TO WORTHY STUDENTS.
Tke OeaUmr Oeaapsmy, TJ Murray MrMt, Xw York City.
No moupy required to rccelyo nn'cdnrntlon nt this coIIoko. Tho only condlitons of admission
nro n tsood morul character mid nu uiubUlon tu secure an education, litis chIIcrs Iirs set aside
SIS.O0U to be loaned during tlm iiresont year to young pooplo who wish to attend our school, but
have uot the ready funds. All tue time needed will be Klyeu in which to puy tlio loan; and a
student can tako a full rourae to gruduatlon without a ilol ur to beslu with.
uui it aiiis ,o (iunKi'.,iiio j vu vmiifr nuuru ui fll'trt
un. ion swies represeutetl In
x sstnia.a aa as. buu .,,
In lite without au education when vou ma an opponuiuiy ikc
iia itnlitiii niul flitv urniliialt-s Inst year. Hoard III lirlruto
w. iu.li tl Vlulrln tthnrt.llnliit wlilcli .'an tin teamed III
family Si.ui wr week.
Imsilniu than otliorsvxloms. Aflur
.. l..v rand h liilar nf nil rvtlirr aehooln. ulid for Olir culnloirue unci wu will Ihhvm II
your judRtucnt which school In tho west ranks first In standing. Address,
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