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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1893)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1898.
The Keystone Watch
Case Co. of Philadelphia,
the largest watch case manufactur
ing concern in the world, is now
putting upon the Jas. Boss I'illed
nml other cases made by it, a bow
(ring) which cannot be twisted or
pulled off the watch.
It is a sure protection against the
pickpocket and the many accidents
that befall watches fitted with the
old-style bow, which is simply held
in by friction and can be twisted off
with the fingers.. It is called the
Mrs. 1'arkRon to dangerously ill at
Tliu directum of tho Conicrfl Bchool
have engaged Misfl Mno Hobart to teach
tho full term.
There wiib no Sabbat h Buhool at tho
Ilnniipv pi'lionl hotiBo on account of tho
funeral of Mm. Aiiiistrong.
Laid at rent in tho Of lit Creek conic
tery, Sunday hiBt, Mm. Armstrong,
mother of It. Armstrong, Tho departed
wan 78 years old.
Since tho hiBt writing wo havo had a
nleu rain which improvcB tho general
appearand) of thingfl. Another nuch
anil tho corn crop will ho a Btiro tiling.
Tho ico cream nodal at Mr. SimpBotifl'
was a buccchb. A largo crowd ato cream
anil ho fullllled tho wishes of tho com
mitteo, that the gathering Bhould bo a
financial as well as a Bocial uucccss.
Dkku KniiUK Ab ther ?. no wun rep
resents tliiH plnfi onto ytiro vnlyulu pa
per I thot i wood rlto yn tho nooe.
JoMnr fthotB my olo man) he scm how
1 cnu't think of no nooe.
Sum fokoB Iiot a pnrtlcler gonytia that
way now. Thars timu titcoiu jist a peiteo
down tho crick, lie ken think nv lotfi
uv noo.o, lio ken Hunk uv sum tiling a
and CAN ONLY liC HAD with Jmg.
cases bearing their trademark nQy
Sold only through watch dealers,
wiuiouicxiracmuge. ;,, ;:;""", , " T., t
Ask nny jeweler for pamphlet, mwn nml uv mini nooo a, never will
or acini to the manufacturers.
SpwmI peniionom herenboutB have
huil thnir pensions suspended, based on
Borne little technicality. How long will
thlR thins last. Moro thun 12000 worthy
Eohlierfl hnvo heen lot out by thiB
method in the hiBt four or tho montho.
Times will never beany hetter until
our people who havo their money stowed
nwny in tlieir stockings, tako it out and
put it into tho bankB, tho proper chan
nel for It to got into circulation. That
will fix up tho di lie re neo on Hhort notice.
General Gage, president of the Frank
lin Hank, and tho cashier of tho uamo
hank were urrewtcd tho other day for
taking inonoywhon tho bank was known
to bo innolvont. Mr. Gago wnH reli-aned
on bond, but tho cannier luiujuittkcu in
jail for tho crime.
Governor Cronnse Bhould by all means
call Mr. Garueau back to Nebraska.
Tho adverse raportn given to tho No
briiBkii exhibit at tho world's fair ought
to lo Hullleipnt ovidenco to tho governor
that Mr. Garueau Knows moro about
dotiuh than ho doett about Uxiug up the
exhibits nt tho world's fair. Tako him
The various railroads of tho state havo
sued out an injunction prohibiting tho
Wird of transportation from enforcing
tho Newberry freight rater, on the
ground that it is unconstitutional. No
firm or oortxirution liken to work at a
loss, but wo believe that tho railroads
should havo submitted, and if tho law
was injuriotir, remedy it at tho next
session of tho legislature.
FiiriillitMl liyOnr Couiily
Smtiro Foglo supports a new buggy
Mirt ream w
as down in these- parts
John Fox and Mr. Decker
inenced haying togother.
Wo had a good rain down
parts Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Guthrie's children hao
quite sick but aro some better now.
If mi) body wishes to go down to Kan
piih they can go just south of Will Kos
encrans, as tlioy havo just worked the
road on tho statu lino.
Iov. Geo Haui'incl's uto havinga hard
time of it as thev huiicd a little girl last
Saturday and u boy on Sunday and at
this writing another is not expected to
Last Sunday morning tho lightning
struck the roiith-ttiit earner of Al
Decker's pontine foiico nnd followed it
nearly a quarter of a mile nearly killing
three shoals. Thero wore nine shoats
in tho pen.
Jos. Dresbach has returned from the
Mrs. TIiob. Finney, who ban been
quite sick is now convalescing under tho
caro of Dr. Vnndivor of Guido Rock.
Peddlers aro coming thick and fast nt
nil descriptions. Mr. Turner has oven
got to peddling ico cream with his meat.
Superintendent Hunter and family
wero visiting his father-in law, Suuford
Croxton. Simpson supposes ho is look
ing utter his fences.
Wo understand Mr. M. M. Miller has
sold bis half rcetion hero and lie nml his
son and Harry Hates will start for Ok
lahnma in tho near futuio to prospect
Miss Mary Mclntyie, after a two
yearn nbsenco has returned from Wash
ington, to malm parents and mends a
short visit. She reports times very dull
on ttio i'acilic coast.
This ppctinn of country was visited by
a splendid rain last Saturday morning,
unit another one biimluy morning, fol
lowed by cool weather. Just what the
crop or grnwiug corn needed. In pome
parts of tho county tho condition of tho
crop is Biicii Mini any auiouiii 01 rain
will not mako n full crop, but tho lain
will havo its good effects in bringing on
tho grass and what Into corn is in the
crnund. Tho com in tho hail belt is
killed and drying up, and the chinch
bugs aro wm king on thu corn in paits
whero tlioy havo bail no rains.
Died at Judhou.on Satutday tho 20,
at 8 o'clock, Mis. Nettie Hiown, wife of
Mr. Fred Ilnm n. She was buried at
Ml. llopo cemeterv on Sunday at 2 p. in.
ino liineiai was niu uirgi-M ever wit
nessed ut Mt. Hope. Hovh. Hoopo and
Horton otrered prayer at the grave,
Mrs. Hrown wiib about 22 years of ago,
Showaaa christian lady and thodaught'
crof Mr. Joliu wueaiiy or wouier, one
of tho oldest Buttlers of Smith county,
and thpy uro lielfl in liigli esteem in the
noighhorhood in which they livo. Mis.
Brown had n baby girl a week old which
Iter uifetor Misa Kiuma Whcatly has
taken to raise. Airs, lirown leaven u
father, husband, two sisters and u
brothnr to mourn her loss. Tho bo
renvod Jhuobnnd him tho sympathy of
tbo ontiro'oDnununity. Sin.
If tho hair Is falling nut, or turning
gray, requiring n stimulnnt with nourish-
ing nnu rnioni'g ioou, iiniiH vegctnuin
hcppii. I never did hev euy nnck to
think uv nooe a, never hoponed st nil.
Hunkiun he rit fer a hih?I nil then got
Blmiueil uv hi?, name, then got shnmed
uv blBBolf. Kum Hnnkuin wak up taro
yer eliirt nn do sumttn or nuther an mak
yor mark in tho wurkl.
Thu hale war. rutlior hard on us Wall
nut crick fellora and thar bo sum nv us
as wood Boll out cheep.
rir. vauiiuriiorg lis iz goin ihick to oiu
Mis'oury of ho kon (IIkiiohii of hi tlilngn
end Mr. Davis lie ofer. to sl orfnl clucp
thur iz a lull lot uv uooo it i cood on,
think a uiinit. it lz so hard to think wun
wun wants to reel bad. Grits SombloMin
f. loft Mr. Ilotuuz and gou hum agen.
Sim htz helpt Mrs. Uutou (who & sick)
Ah I lij'V run tni nonodrli wil rito aguii
if this gittt in tho wast bttskot.
i am, trull yourti,
Sallv A.N.N Ji.nkh.
Mr. HarncB and familv entertained
visitors last week.
Miss Annio Cockrall has purchased a
Hno driving horso from Mr. Art Hayes
Mr. Ilarvoy Cox lias .returned from
Republican City, but was on tho sick
list last wook.
Sunday Bchool next Sabbath at ten
o'clock and pleaching in the afternoon
at thrco o'clock, in the school house.
Mr. Charley Cockrall is on tho sick
list at present. His illnths was caused
from Ins being sun burnt while in swim
ing. Mr. Luther Heal was kicked on tho
leg by a horso last week and was com
pelled to limp for several days, but is
Our rain last week mado tho farmers
rejoice, and their hearts aro overflowing
with thankfulness, for corn is growing
good with no signs of a failure.
Mr. Clarence Lewis, who left here
some time ago, has returned. Ho has
been to Nebraska City taking treatment
for his eyes. His eyo bight has im
proved inn lime.
1 ho Amboy readme: circle met last
Sattirdry evening. Discussed tho cur
rent topies ot tlio wceli proceeding.
Read Canto fourth of "Tho Lady of
tho Lake," and debated tho question of
"Woniaus' SuHVrnL'o." Several irrand
and fluent speeches wero made. The
question was left open and no decision
licv. lonikhiB. the Hantist minis er of
Red Cloud, preached in Gospel Grovo
last Sabbath in the place of Mr. Chimin.
the seats woio tilled with people who
listened to mi elegant set moil from the
pastor. During tho last few months
Gospel Grovo baa held tho laigest con
gregations of any plnco in tho county of
wnuu .viuuoy is proiui to uonst,
Mr. Vanco is having his boggy re
painted. Haying is tho orJor of tho day in
Wo hnvo had plenty of rain to raako
corn a suro thing around.
Mr. Irons linn a car of fltono to put n
foundation under bis barn on his farm.
Mr. Knox Iiiib moved to IMverton nnd
Mr. Hull in seon pounding iron at his old
Mr. Tom Jones hnB tnk9ii tho contrnct
to put up Mr. Richnrdson's hay. Ho hnB
Thoro woro nbont twenty of tho young
folks wont to Superior Inst Wednesday to
Min reunion. .
The dance in Mr. Davis' grovo wns
well attended Inst Thnrsdny night and
all report n good time.
S. G. Foglo eports n flno now spring
Uncle Tommy Leudi visited Mr. Kenu-
to Monday last.
Homo sickness still prevails throughout
Mim Mnry Slinrp is convnleKcing under
iiiosKiiiiut treatment or Dr.iVlcKpeuy.
QMrs. F. U. Hutchison from Walnut
crirk visited her Bister Mrs. Galbrcth,
Gutitlo showers still provail and hotter
growing wonther him not been experi
enced for many seasons.
inn autton will ngnin tnke his abode
among us hnving loused tho fnrm lately
pureluncd by Mr. Holland.
Richard Konglo Jr., departed Mondnv
Inst for tho World's fnir whore he will
spoilt! n few dnys, nnd then lenvo for
England to visit his former homo.
Tired, Weak, Nervous
Mra. Mary C. Orvdcrman
" I had rhoumatlstn so severely ttiat I wai
obliged to wo a cane. I wn tired of lite and
was a burden tothoso about me. I often suf
fered from dlzzlncsi, worried much, and was
subject to nervous spells. Hood's Harsaparllla
mado mo feel like different pern. I owo
my present good health to Hood's Rarsapa.
rltla." Mits. MaiiyC. Cuviichmam, La Fon
taine, Kansas. Bo suro to get Hood'f.
Largest Show . Earth
Mighty Monarch of all Tented Exhibitions
It record I iinliiipeili'liablo, iMtperisliiihlc, IJnhlciiiMied, AIou
I lie rvat'li of rivalry an Hie htttvn are above the carlli.
in all its entirety
Big Show of the world.
Thrco ring circtiB. Royal Hippodrome, bugo elevated stages, live-continent uienag
erio African aquarium, Australian Aviary.SArabiau Caravan, spectacular pa-
Plenty of rnln thia wtok and wo nil
Mr. Wilder is supplying tho creok in
Mrs. Godwin gave a farewell pnrty for
Mis May Hon.
Mrs. Godwin's baby is sick, nlo Mrs.
Mr. Wolf is building nn addition to
Lou lincnu'ii house.
Miss Mnry Lnttn wnH visltlnt? on WIL
low creek Inst week. Come ngnin Mnry.
Mr. Godwin hns gouo to Oklahoma to
put up bay. Ho expects tobegono threo
To sco Mrs. Adamson now. ono would
gnes alio had patronized tho pninlosa
MiVb Grace is on tho creek ngnin to
glndden tho young people with hor hap
A. O. Hon nnd fnmily nro nttending the
reunion nt SuiHrior. They roport n big
crowd, balloon nxeension, Boldiern nnd
ono battery, plenty to eat nnd drink,
Two of Mr. Cntter'a threshers woro
ovorooniB by lunt TueHdny on his fnrm
near Willow creok, alio, ono mule gave
up tho ghost. No wondor: temperature
MNb May Ron took tho train tit Guido
Rock the L'Sth for Pnwneo county, this
state, whero she expects to visit until tho
lib of September, arid then alio will nt-
Sicillian Hair Rtuowcr
io just tliO HpO'
tho Pawnee City high school for it
Tho Snndny-Hchool at Willow oreek is
running along smoothly, with Mrs. Wild-
er as superintendent, xnoy nnve n now
orgnti, iMiught through Hev. Putmnn of
Hod Cloud, and now tho school will feel
slighted if the M. K. choir does not call
on them in their rounds over the county
nnd give them ono or their mnsicnl exhi
Program of tho Cathorton Literary
Club at Mr I) II LnrriokV.
Organ voluntary, O II Cather.
Greeting Glee, A V Lnrrick nnd C 11
Opening recitation, II P I.nrrick.
Iiading from an nddresa by James
Russell Lowill nt tho opening of the
tree publio library in Chnlfea, Mass.
March, Swinging in tho Dell, A V Lir
rick. Dialogue, Tho Kin Pi Society, W V
Lockhart, A H Lnrriuk, II U I.arriok, II
I Grubb. K K Grubb nnd G P Cather Jr.
Duet, violin ami organ, C II and H C
Ktsny, Heiij. Franklin, A V I.nrrick.
Viirid duot, My Kingdom, L D Itnmoy
andC H Cather.
MidBtimmer oxorciso in which about
2,") took part.
Hong, Coino music to my heart. A V
Roeitntinn.ThoIlnildors, I'M Ratni-y.
Linden Quiekhtep, A V harrick.
Reading, Geiuian Idras of Amoricn,
from tho Cliaiitntiquan, C Durnl,
Songs Unit wo loo, A V Larrick and
(J II Cntltor.
Dialogue, Married and Single, E h
Ho of Good Cheer, A V Larrick nml C
Tho Horo of tho Tower, II 0 Cnthor,
WnrblingB at Kvo, A V Larrick.
Amplicoii, C II Cather.
liouisvillo March, A V I.nrrick.
KiWiy.TliflTransi'ondintnlistB in Now
Rugland, R H Pano.
FiuorBon and his viows, Mrs A Wilson.
llawthorno as a writer nnd our future.
Tho Son Hird, L D Ramoy, C Cnthor.
(jitPHtions on the Concord writers and
Cambridge scholars, o.
Tho Caiivassing Agent, K II Pnyne, C
W Cowley, A It Lnrrick, A V Larrick, C
Next mooting nt A N Wilson's Aug. t!0,
Mr. Tliomna Hatte, editor of tho
Graphic, Texarkana, Arkansas, hasfound
what ho believes to be the best remedy
in oxieteneoforthollux. Ilisevporionco
Is well worth roineiulioring. Ho says:
"Last aiimmor I had a very buvorenttack
of tlux. I tried almost every known
remedy, none giving relief. Chamber
lain's Colic, Cliolorn nnd Dinrrhom rem
edy was recommended to me. I pur
chased a bottle nml received almost iin
mediate relief. I continued to use the
nnnliolno and was entirely cured. I tako
pleusiiro in recommending thin remedy
to nny person sntfering with bucIi n dis
ease, as itt my opinion it Is the best med
icine in existence," a."i nnd f0 cent bot
tles for sale by Doyo & (J rice.
Mrs. Crafford is still n very sick wo
man. Miss Jennie lilaine has been visiting
friends nt Hastings.
Goo. A. Harris nnd wife visit friends
and rolativcB in Iowa.
Tbo later corn is jet promising, since
tho Into gentle ohowors.
Mrs. Sarah Peak nnd daughtor Mnry,
left for McCook Monday.
Some of tho earlier check rowed plant
ing is scorched somewhat.
Row Richnrdson preached to n good
congregation on Sunday night.
Little- Jimmy linger had n party of lads
nnd lasses on Ida tith birthdny latoiy.
Misses Liz.io and Flora Drown will
soon visit their sister, tho wife of Rov.
P.igo or Willflcot.
MihH Li.io Stenrn gives n glowing nc
count of the trip to Suloin, Oregon, by
the California route.
Tho AndersouB at the houso of Win.
Thomna hnvo n now baby, weight, box nnd
unino not published as yet.
Tho Cowlea Herald has began a new
volume, with Mr. Richmond ns editor In
chief, who is detoriaineil to make it n
Tho ico crenm nnd enko on Saturday
netted tho ladies of tho Congregational
cuurcu over om.w. i nanus io tue con
What a punster on namos our Roll
correspondent is, to bo suro! "Susie"
must havo boon living on razors nnd pen
Tho Indies of tho M. K. church will
servo ico cream nnd enko, jtiBt east of
Thomas Pniil'B store, on Saturday p. m.
evening. Your patrouago is solicited.
Mr. liailey, that cake you bo miioli ad
mired, and about which you woro bo cur
ious last Snturdny was mntlo by a civi
lized lady, who is also a mnrrlail women.
Somo ot our young mon nro pnrting
with their lovely inustiiuheul What will
tlioy havo to twirl, in their moments of
deep rcilectlon? Whnt will) bo tho nixt
fnd, nt fashion's behest! Shave their
brain basket entirely.
Hood's Pills euro all Mrer Ills, Bilious
ness. Jaundice, Imllaestlon, Blck lleadacbe.
July -7, '.) a. m., Ill mombers present.
Motion carried thut August Uimchow's
cinim ior aeseBsing roiBiiam iowubuiii
bo allowed in lull.
Motion that all claims of assessor
which havo been reduced bo allowed m
Moved and carried that clerk bo or
deied to notify treiiHtiror to transfer 820
funds ot school Dist. '-!3 to Diat. 8'J, bo-
ingu balance of 870 duo Bali I district.
Adjourned to 1 p. in.
1 p. m., board convened, 14 mombers
Report of committee to settle with
count v treasurer laid on table for future
The pioposition of State Hank of Red
Cloud, Hluo Hill Hank, Stato Hank blue
Hill and First National Hank Hluo Hill
to cam for funds of Webster county, as
provided by law, also bonds of each of
Biiid bank was received, rend and re
ferred to committee on bonds.
Committee reported as follows: We,
your committee, recommend that the
various bonds bo returned to each ono
separately and they be required to bo
qualified as to tho amount ench ono is
actually worth over and above all exemp
tions on indebtedness.
Report was adopted.
Motion to Icavo accepting of banks at
pnsent to treasurer was lost.
Proposition of J, W. Robinson of
Guide Hock to pay personal taxes, 807.81
for 1880-7-8, interest to bo deducted, wus
Adjourned to July 28, l) a. tn.
July 28, board convened, 13 members
Moved and enrried that parties renro
Renting tho different bankB who huvo
innflo propositions for euro of county
f undfl to verify the BignatuniB of the
parties signing bonds as genuine. Tho
purtioB being present verttied genuine
ness of said bondsmen, all of which was
uiaiio a pari oi nonus. lionds were
again referred to cominittco to invest!
gate responsibility of said bondsmen.
800 wiib appropriated to build u bridge
over mill race at Amboy.
Adjourned to 1 p. m.
1 p. in., board convened, 10 mombcrB
Committee on bonds report: Wo rec
ommend bonds of Ulue Hill Hank, Stato
Hank llltio Hill, First National bank
Hluo Hill and Stato Hank Red Cloud
and that funds of county bo placed in
these goncral banks.
Roport of cominittco to settlo with
county treiiBtircr wiib adopted.
Moved and carried thut Mr. Fulton
havo roof of court-houso painted.
Uonds of bankB wero approved in
amounts as follows: Stato Hunk Hluo
Hill, 810,000; Hluo Hill Hank, 812.000:
First National Hank Hluo Hill, 20,000:
Stato Hank Red Cloud, 8.0.000.
Claim of A. W. Cox for $.'11.80 was til
lowed. Roport of county attorney in regard
to tho DcLaney estate, also Mrs, Crow
ell, wiib read and ordered On tile.
Moved and carried that 820.20 bo de
ducted from Jos. Garner's personal tax
for 1882. being an error in tho assess
of 10 head of cuttle.
Moved and carried that treasurer bo
instructed to transfer all amounts on
general funds of 188t)-'J0'Jl.l)2 to general
fund of 18'J.'I. b
Sinco its tlrst introduction, Klectrlu
Hitters has gained rapidly In
furor, until now it is clearly in
amonc pure medicinal tonics and altor
ntivvs, containing nothing which permits
iU tiuo ns n bevernge or intoxicant, it is
recognized ns the best and purest medi
cine for all nilmetitd of stomach, liver,
or kidneys, It will euro sick hendncho,
indigestion, constipntion, nnd drive inn
larin from tho system. SntUfnutlon
guaranteed with ouch bottlo or the mon
ey will bo refunded. Sold by C. L. Cot
(Coi reeled Weekly.)
Wheat 8 30& 10
KVO IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMMIII 2
I lllX tftttt ( (0
Hogs :i r,of:i 7:1
Fat cows 1 C0(it'2 (A)
ChlckoiiH doz. 2 00
Turkeys lb. 0
.fill)-'.", m, clnlniH Hiidlled.
K A Parker cokIh Hrlk c.ii-o rejectol
O t'Teel dlstreiH win mats
KWHliiilelMkerreiinlrliiK lrlilo cron lax
(Milium WIImiii brltlRouuik
John Ileal "
W II (I runt "
M II .Maihli liniiluttrit for liridgu
l.iulliiw work mi hrliluu
W A Heeluy Imlts for hrldgu
H Wlillten liiinlicr lor hrlilKo
All lluiriiiiili lilidsuuoik
(i WDowhollHlor hriclKu
Muik'lit Jiiiu-h Imrilwhru
It s rrouilllt luinlier
V v ,.'.I.",H "ll cr on tax
Jan (illlinui atty fees
lliiney Vlucent work on court house
A W HoliiiKrnln
V J Wriuht
A II Hirtieh(T
J K Wiitt
A II llnmmin
It II I'nlKm
i: II FlHI
TiihIcih Lumber Co
cr 011 tax
fi f l
Wonnthorizeour advertised druggist
to Bell Dr. King's Now Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and oolds, upon this
condition. It you nro nfllicted with a
cough, or nny lung, throat or chest troub
le nnd will uro thia remedy us directed,
giving it n fair trial, nnd experience no
benotit, you mny return tho bottle nnd
have your money refunded. Wo could
not mako this offer did wo not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery could be re
lied on, It novor disnpoints, Trial hot
tlos free nt C. L. Cotting's drug store.
Large eio 0O0. nnd 81.00.
Heo W. W. Wright before you buy barb
wire. Ho sells tho Gllddou for ilio.
Cam. ut the Harvard Painless Dental
Pailom and get iicquainted with their
methods ot tilling teeth without puiu.
geniitH and traus-Pacillc wild beast exhibit, ut
II At 21
lAtcviitLG 4K wAvoriFcu.T snrrATm ttsrniST ctorir.
I'resontliiK an Unabridged ami t'lipiunllelcil n;oi;r.'iiii. i-xalti-d la alia and pure la tone.
eiini.ii, pupiu.ir aim piciimiik c"iiit'iier.iuuii.
Bi Colossal Circuses !
Separate Mammoth Rings
200 All star arenic artists. 200
.100 Sensational and Startling Acts.
Heal Roman Illppnilromo spnrtal thrilling and spirited races of every an ami nation,
atU Heroines of itorseiiiaashipl speedy sports nt aiieient khiKdoiitt! ,ucs
v lilch sin prise nil tin lltes.
lioldcii elites tilled with It. ire Wild Hcats, einlinii'lin: eiery enpthe lie. lit known
to exist. I'rsetit inom i.uc, exi'liisho re.itures than all
oilier slnitti fomlilncil.
Sells Bros., Enormous United Shows,
The Illustrious piedccesnr ot all aiiiii'ineiit alll.itici's.
One million aitually hivented to perpcia.itu Its grandeur.
Iinn't full to seo the inlulitlcst, richest, l.irnest nml most rkssle pictincoiiiu and novel street
pniniloi-M'rserii la any clly. 1'rodlc.il pinfasloa oi princely pitr.iplifrmilia proudly pu-neiitud
la itraml proi'esiloii at I ted Cloud, nt 10 o'cIocK on lliu iimiiiln nf aii '.'4.
lied Cloud, TliarMlay, Aai; til. IKetit'Kion raleN on all rallroiuN.
A. H. Gray, the Insurance Man, Red Cloud,
Is now prepared to insure you in that well-known company,
The Home of New York.
Wnli Tor him; lie will call on yon In a few lajN. Von eaa avc
inoney anil cot more MitM'ai'tory lasiiraaee than from any
other mail. lie liait exclusive control of Tour coiiiiUcn.
UI D DilDICD 9
$ Will iVfaQ Low Pigiires
i On Plumbing
rf) Anyone wishing wntor works, will do well to see him boforo uiakiiig n
j contract. Ho cbo tit you up with nny kind ot ropairs, and furnish
W you with nuything in tho lino of
) IIorc, Hose KccIn, Xo.zles, Spriiiklei'N, CoiiplingN, conn-
rfjj IIiikm waNlierN, lieltlnv, wIimIiiiIIIn, taali's, piiinpN, and
1 cylinders llN nnd all kiii(lM or lutings, hath
ty tiibM, wash IminIiin. and Naiillarliim llvliires,
(() even ciiKlneM and hollers, Ntcain healing
A apiiaratns, etc.
h Retnombor his figures nro very low and ho will gunrautco his work to be
Y sntisfnetory or ho don't wnnt tiny pay.
llcadiiiarlerN at WllllainVi Hardware Store.
Cp --tj:r &r- $& 4
p. p. HEED,
City Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Ci.oud, - Nu
Tho following aro a few of tho lied
Cloud people that attended tho lonnion
at Suporior thin week: Tbo MiRFes
Lulu Potter, Mary and Mnrgaiot Miner,
Unttio llnnuey, lliuiicho (JuiiiuiingH,
Laura Smith, mu-u Niee. Dom Wtird,
and Corn MarHli. V). ,1. Ovoring, ,T. K.
Aultz, J, A. Chapiii and wife, John
Diukerrton, Clareneo I'Vanie, Hvorott
Dyer, S. Day and family. A. II. Kaloy,
JohnWillinniBou, Win. Llndlev, Ciun.
Fort, A.(i. Willis. Hert Hlair, Tereo Me.
Ilrldo, tl.ll. Hiilland, It.H.r-'iilton, A.
Hedge, Capt. MiiiikoII. Ii.D.Oatiiuin.H.
K Mizer and family, Win. .elufV, fieo.
Overing, 1). KrHler and wife, M. Marsh
and wife,.!. A. Held and wife, Ike Ludlow
and wire, ftlrn. W. O. Hupp, Mr. Maliully,
Mrt3.lt. 11. Wilson.
8. JE. COXAD
Has ti lino lino of Sowing
chiiiDS and Organs froin
AUo Ucepxiill liliulu or nineliiiie
MnpiillcN. oi'H reiuliiti;v
pronipiiy. tun ami Mt.L. ,e,
ft!l JtJ. -V
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