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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1894)
THE RED CLOUi) CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1894.
J. L. Mineic
People's Bank of Red Chud,
Red Cloud, Nkbraska,
Transact a General Banking Business,
Special attention given to Collections
Banking Office in Minor Bros Store.
WRIGHT! WRIGHT! WRIGHT
Wright is the Man.
has the largest line of Stoves
You can not afford to mis seeing III stock before buying
mi you will loso money.
! W. W. Wright, the Hardware Man.
Closing Out !
Hardware, - Stoves,
Don't, fail to call. Nolo
.Six InoliuKlbow, iOo.
Six inch Steel Stovs Pipe, IOo.
Strap Hinges, IOo
' NailB. rotail f) lbs for 15a
' ' Wooij Fromo Clothes Wringer, $1.75
, ' Mrs Potts Niekle plated Sid Irons, $1.00
.' Warranted Steel Scoop Shovol, sooket strap, G5o
4 tine Nurture Fork, '100.
i Patent Jift Titular Lantern 50c
Tublnr Lantern Globo, 5c
No 8 Copper Bottom Tea Kettle, 40o
Ropoj Bo per lb.
No 8 Coppor'Wash Boiler $1.75
' 5 gallon Galvanized Oil Can 50c.
Tho Bast Powddr, 25c per pound,
Thcso aro only a few of our prices, as far a tho quality of our goods arc
eoneorned. WK DEPY ourcnnipctitors to carry any better, and our prices on
everything aro WAY BELOW all competition.
Wo will sell you Skates at prices that our competitors pay for them.
Itcmotnbcr if you fail to call on us you will loso money.
A. MORHART & SON.
WkimtkiiCoumtv. f i
In the countv court to nil pewiti Interested
It) the rnUo of Alum H ulilec ilwuseil.
Wlioreim H. I.lmliiilit li.is tiled in tho 'omity
court of Webster emmty, Nflirmkii ii duly ut
Iflecl etltloii irit)lliK to li:iu mlinltteil to iro
rtata curium Initninicnt In uritlni: prclom
ly filed in tlit county court of !ter county.
Nebraska, iuriortln; to lu tlio lust will and
toatumentot Anna Hn-tllcrk, iIIhcmhpiI, into of
said county, which will relates to both real and
' Whereupon I Imvn appointed Saturday tho
'7th day of Junuary Ik'JI, at tu n'dnck In I no
forenoon at my ofllco In ltil Cloud, N.ild county
as tho term and place for provlim hhIiI will ut
which time and ilaco you miiiI nil pO'snm con
ccrncd may appear and content tho rubatd of
It li further ordered tli.it tho petitioner clvo
notlcn,toull pergout luleiejtt'il In salil tvlnt
of tho iKMideueo .of thu to tltlon, alio of tho
time mid nliipo snt I fur Inuring tlm s:miit liv
cmiilim a ii)iv ot Ihu fim-colin: order to ho
published In lint UfdOioiiii Ciiiri' a news
paper publhthcd In laid i ounty tor threo we 'ks
succfislvoly preloiis to tho day set tor s.ilil
In witness whereof I limo hereunto et tnv
innd and atlliedthoteal of s.tlri county court
ths 4th day ot Jninmiy lwi.
!!4-8t JAMES DUFPV,
, Slicrlira iiilv.
Notice Is hereby rIumi, that under nnd by
Virtue of an order nf mio Isiued from the ofllee
of O. II. Urolie, clerk of tho ilisirlct cuiin of the
tenth Judicial district, wltlilniiud for Welnter
county, Nebrasnii, upon n de, reo In uu uetlo'i
PfltiflliiK therein, wherein Tint lliiiiilllou l.iu ft
TrunU oinii'Uiv In I'lalntlff, and .iiMlmt Samuel
,Keekeaint Jennie Hecse, ! fen l.mtt.
I shall olfur lor talut public Aouilue, to tho
highest bidden for canh In hand, ut thu mt
door of the coiirl'hnuHe, at Ited Cloud, In said
Wobittir county. Nebraska, (thst btliiu' the
liutldiiiK wlierttln the Uxt leriu of H.ilil court
wai iioiiicu) on tlio 3i day of February, A
1). im, at II o'clock A. M., ut siild duv, tho fol
lAwini: dencrlbed piopert), to wit: Ihusoi.th
halt ot Ilia inn tji-weit tpmitur, and the north
ll.tlf l theKOUtli-west iliailcror section Iwrn-ty-nlxf.'fl)
lirtonnshli one (),) north of r.ii(?i
tirfle (li,) wettur tuoMiiti pilncliilmeildiuu
(llNeniimlor un huhd this taili, day of De
cember A. U.,lbUJ.
i , I'ko. H.Coon, i-lienrr.
A. .1. TiiMi.iMinN. 1 oputy.
,tandolph MeNItt, I'lalnt It's tt limy.
JlckuI Notice: l'orci'loiurc of
yotlco ii hcreb) clven that by virtue of nn
twisters liuu, an alllil,ilt for which 1 lllcd In
tint olllceof the count cleikof Webstercoiinty
.Nebraska on Ibt Hlh da of dix ember iku, lor
the cine, feedluir and kiepluirot onubiy mnre
with black nunc ami lull, hccn )tnrs old,
named "N II" tho properly of i. II. Stueker, for
thu petlod ot fourleoti wteks fiom tho 301 h duv
Of Almost 1H'.U lo IhelMlMlnx of Deieiubei 1SU
atlheprke auieedtoln xuld Stinker of $i.U)
per week, and for the furlher cine nnd reeding
of said ni.iru tutho date ot this saluutt'iuMimo
price; I will oil the Ut day ot February ICJl.
iiuliliclvoitersHldmaiufor N.ileat Ited Cloud,
Nebraska at ton o'cloi-k In the forenoon of sild
dnytoHitllhfV tho umorir with tost of keep
ing said mare irom lierembor 1Mb 18 U to tho
dslocf siiluntr.UuullJ.tK) pel week and costs
U A. II.Uiiav.
Cahk&McNitt, ru'ntirt's Atioruo)H.
New Real Estate Firm,
J. H. DAVIS & SOtf,
Loan and Insurance Agents.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Office with D. F. Tronkey, Moon Block
Wo have located in Red
Cloud and -will be pleated to
have people who desire to sell
their farms to call and list
their lauds with us as we
have eastern buyers.
Call and see us.
J. II. DAVIS' SON
W. A. Sherwood,
tho following prices:
tillltlHTfAN Church-Services HimilAV at 10:3ft
' imi mid 7:30 p in: Hun.liiv school ut 12 noon
VI'SCE at 0:30 p in and YI'HC I! Juniors at
nuNOItl'.OA'IIONAS dliurch-aorvlces at to:
30 1 am, nnd 7:3ip m: Sunday rohoolatiltsn
, v imu Kntciaoptnaiid
V v s o K Jun-
lor at 4 p m
f KlIKlDlMr church-vr lee at lOflon. m
"- and 7:30 p.m.. Kp world lauuo at 0:30 p.
m. Sundity School at it-.to p. tn.
IjM'ISCOl'W. Church-Services every two
- weeki. hvnnnnliitiiiRiit.
r.UIIIUKAN Church-i:ury third Uuudny
MJ moridni; at hi o'clock
(lAlllOI.IC Church Services by nppointuivnt.
Ari'lsrciiureh Vo rt'itiilar services, .Hun
s' day fchool (regular) at noon. 11 Y I U at
(tllAl'KI. suiuliiv school at 3 v in etery rtuu
Aull W Kach aliemtte Tuesday uveuliiK.
BKN Adbrm Uide No 180; 10 O F every Mon
dHynlitht. CAI,ANTIIKU)ilt;eNo29,KnlKhts of l'jthuis
Ul" II Cloud UMftt fSn IiOi. Moduill Woodmen
ot America, alternate Wednesday evening
VAI.I.KY lodcu No 5, Fraternal Order of 1'ro
tectors, llrtl nnd third Monday ot einh
CIlAltlTY lxlo Now A F and A 51 oach
Friday evening on or before tlio full moon.
Ri:i) Cloud Chapter No to. HAM alternato
'I hursday evening.
CYHF.NK Commnndery No 14 alternato Thurs-
CHAUITY-Chapttr Kantern Star No 47 alter
natu T'leidav evening.
GAUKli:t,li l'oUNo8D(A It Monday een-
inu: on or before the full moon,
G" AKKll'.I.O W it U No 14 meets nlieinatu Sat
AfAltY 8KKKS McllKXIIYTentNollDttUKht-
11 oisof Noterans lloii'luv evening.
Ji KAI.F.Y Camp No23, 8 of V Tuoiday eve-
CillF.KMAN Circle No a, ladles of the U
J llrst and third Saturday ovenltiK.
I)KI) C1.01M) ''oimcil No IS I,oyalMsilo Leg
J luu ot Ameilca first and third Friday eve
ning. Go and see Sherwood
5c Albright for
Mrs. J. A. Frame hns purchased the
city bnkory nnd restuurant nnd solicits
your patronage. Fresh broad, plea und
cakes every day.
Go to Sherwood and Albright for your
groceries. Thoykoep the befit in town.
Notice to Teachers.
Notioo is hereby given that I will
czumino all persons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers oftho publio sohools of this
couuty, at lied Cloud on tho third
Saturdny of cnoh month.
Special examinations will bo held
on tho Friday proceeding tho 3d Sat
urday of each month,
The standing required for 2d and
3d grade certificates is the same no
grndo below 70 per cent., average 80
per cent; for first grado certificate
no grade bolow 80 por cent., avcrago
90 per cont. in all branches required
1). M. HtiNTKrt, Oountv Supt.
B3oh fiJRrTfciSiUoSS: dm I
i in uiubv nolo dt ariiBvuu.
A MONTANA TROUT BROOK.
The Fluliermnn Who Met Mora Cam
Thnn lie Kipcrtctl.
Prlvato Snmpson was moro than
fond of trout fishing, nbiorvos tho
Now York Sun. It was hta first sum
mer In Montana nnd as tho command
was out ropnlrlnp tho bridgos on
road that lod through tho wlldost
part of tho Hocky mountains, ha had
nmplo opportunity to fish as ofton and
us long us ho chose. Tho road wound
along through n succession of doop
canons, from which tho mountains
roso abruptly, covered with pine and
tamarack, nnd cold, doop torrents
On Saturday tho oommand went
luto camp early, nnd prlvato Samp
son dotermlnod to spond tho nftor
noon at his favorite- sport. So ho
caught a tobacco bag full of grasshop
pars, nnd, cutting a pole to suit his
Ideas, ho was soon hauling out trout
that woighod two pounds and mora
Tho tlmo passed away In this pleas
ant fashion, and just ns Sampson's
mind was mado up to go homo ho
caught sight of a groat plno tree that
had boon blown and was lying with
Its top in tha water, just the placo to
hook a monster trout, as any ftshor
Ho hud boon fishing up a doop and
rnpld mountain torront, tho bnnks of
which woro thickly grown with bram
bles nnd sorvlco borry bushes, among
which ho hnd to throat! his way, his
rod in ono hand nnd his heavy string
of fish In tho othor.
Pushing along to tho great trco. ho
climbed upon it with much scramb
ling and nolso. holding on as best ho
could, for ho wni close to tho bank
and tho btronm was boiling, nnd both
hands woro full. Just as ho roso up.
right somothlng olso roso up also on
tho othor side, closo to tho troc an
lmmonso sho bear, her cubs bcsldo
hor. Thoro was no tlmo to hesltnto;
to run was Impossible and sho was
coming toward him growling wicked
ly. With all his strength ho throw
his heavy string of trout In hor an
gry faco; tho next momont thoro wns
a troiticndous splash and Prlvato
Sampson had dtsappoarod In tho tor
Whan ho omorgod. somo distance
down, thcro in tho plno trco snt the
growling boar, Intently watching tho
holu whoro ho hud gono la Ho did not
go back to inform hor ho was aot
thoro, but mndo for camp.
SHE CONSENTED. 2T
Found tho "Opru Sesame" to
Mo, kin I stay home from school
Ma, kin I stay, ma? I'll carry
up coal from tho collar, ma, nu' I'll
tond tho baby, an' I'll look aftor the
clothes on tho roof, an' I'll"
I said no.''
Silonco ono minute.
Ma kin I stay homo from school,
Ma. kin I stay, ma? I'll mop the
floor, run errands, ma; wash win dors,
ma; help boat tho carpets, ma; clean
dlshus. ma; polish tho "
You heard mo say no."
Silonco ono mlnuto.
Ma If you lot mo stay homo" ?
"Willie, must 1 spunk youP"
"If you lot mo stay at homo, ma.
"Mo. It you lot mo stay homo, ma,
I'll toll you what I'll 1 ma, 111"
"I'll sit by tho wlndor all aftor
noon. ma, and watch tho furnlturo
waggin as It drives up to that cross
oyed Mrs. Skcowa1, across tho stroot
ma, an' toll you, honost, ovorythlng
sho has bought for hor now house, so
you kin toll, ma, whothor sho's boatln'
yoa mn. or you'ro beatln' hor."
Como to my nrms, my doar son;
you will bo proildonl somo day."
A Wonderful Tale.
"Whon I was fishing on tho Kan
knkoo borne llftoon yoars ago." said
tho mun with tho ciguretto to an In
dluunpolls Journal mua 'a whirl
wind cntno along and carried otl my
vest, that was hanging on a limb just
ovor my head. It had my watch in
It and a taylor's account WolL tho
wholo outfit failed out of sight la less
than a mlnuto. Sovon yours aftor
wnrd a party of us woro campod on
tho sumo fiver, only a hundrod yards
further up. It was my turn to do the
cooking, so I sturtod out for somo dry
wood, btopped on a log which cavod
In. and lo! us tho story books say,
thoro lay my wutch. with that sumo
old taylor's bill twistod through tho
ring. It was btlll running." 'Oh
como oil! You want to nsk us how
fitch a thing could bo, and thon you'll
explain how tho whirlwind wound
vour watch up so tight that it ran for
sovun years." "I didn't say tho
watch was still running," said tho
U'S toiler, as Jio lighted unothor
bnclllus oxtormlnutor; I had roferonco
to tho taylor's bill. It Is running yet,
Monkeys In Captivity.
Of all menagerlo stock, the monkoy
tribo Is the moH precarious. The
comparative comfort of a roof tree
does not couiponsato for tho activity
of their natural Ufa, und. considering
that thoy feed on frosh fruits In tholr
prlmoval forosts, it Is not amazing
thut after a tlmo an unlimited dlotary
of hniol nuts and stalo buns Is apt to
llsugroo with tho quadrumanal dl
jodtion. A Witty Anawer.
Queen Carollno of Kngland onco In
lulrod of Mr. Pitt, tho older, what it
would cost to shut up tho London pub
Uo parks, and make them prlvato
Mr. Pitt know thnt tto pooplo would
aevor submit to this, but his answer
was polite. "Throe crowns, your
inajosty," wns his reply. Harper's
THE LITTLE RED MAN.
An Interettlng legend Current Among: tha
Tho logend of tho Llttlo Ited Man
is, Hko tho most of tho stories of tho
Diggers, Homowhat Incomplete, but it
resembles so closoly tho stories that
havo boon handod down by our own
juvenile writers of tho past, I have
thought It best to rolato it hi my own
way, as tho pigeon English of the In
dian is not easily understood.
Many long years ago tho captain of
tho J'amblo tribe lay very sick In his
wickiup. In vain did tho Inedielno
man brow his herbs, and apply bin
fomentations, bent his tomtom and
inako his rattle. Tho fever could not
bo checked, and tho old man Htcadlly
sank. All tho tribe Mourned, and
thuro was much feasting and self-torture,
but the bad Hplrlt that had sent
tho fovcr could not bo appeased.
Ono night the captain's youngest
daughtor had a dream; thoro ap
peared to hor tho llttlo red man, who
told hor that ho wns tho bad spirit
who had sent tho fever, but that if
sho would follow him ho would give
hor an horb which, when steeped in
water, would heal tho sick. She
arose and followed him, and after
great many hours of tramping across
tho hills and valloyH thoy camo to a
mighty gorge whoro tho wonderful
"fovor plant" grow. The llttlo red
man plucked tho herbs from tho
rocks, guvo them to hot and told hor
to hasten back to her father.
It was only a dream, hut tho girl
could not forgot It, and'tho noxt day
sho left tho camp and endeavored to
Hnd tho gorgo whoro grow tho heal
ing herbs. For soveral days she
sought In vain, and thon ns Bho was
about to roturn sho heard a volco
whisper "Follow," and saw tho foot
prints of a man forming in tho sand
before hor, She obeyed tho voice
and followed, and her invislblo guide
led hor to tho gorgo whore grow the
healing horbs. Sho put forth her
hand to pluck them, when a volco
cried "Stop!" and tho little red man
stood beforo her.
"You must not touch the horbs
now," ho said, "but follow mo. This
Is tho second time you havo seen mo.
Now you shall sco tho homo of the
bad spirit. Follow."
Again ho followed, for she feared
tho llttlo red man and was anlous to
pleuso him. They entered tho gloomy
gorgo, whoro all was as silent as
death; hero the birds and bees and
Hewers were of stone, and oamo to m
mighty cavern, tho wulls and roof of
which woro covered with glittering
crystals that flashed forth all thu col
ors of tho rainbow. In ono cornor of
this lonely cavorn was a llttlo spring
thut sparkled and sang with entranc
ing melody. Tho little red man
turned to hor and said:
"This is the home of the bad spirit
that sent the fovor to your father. I
am ho. I can save your father's life,
but you must promlso that whon you
have taken tho hfrbs to him you will
roturn to me, drink of tho singing
spring and remiln with mo forovor."
But tho captain's daughter was
frightened. Tho llttlo red man was
old and hideous, and a very bad
spirit. Sho lied from him und re
turned to hor homo, and as she en
tered her futhcr's toopeo tho old cap.
tain turned his faco to tho wall and
died. And unto this duy thu Diggorti
belle vo that tho llttlo red man Hvqs
In a wonderful cavorn somowhero in
tho Coast rungo, und sends sickness
upon them becuuso fco captain's
daughtor would not drink of tho sing
spring and remain with him forovor.
6ur to See Htm.
Mrs. BUklns Oh, goodlo! Here's
u letter from Cousin George.
Mr. BUklns Huh! Who cares for
Mrs. BUklns Eh? Why, ho lives
in Chicago, and his houso is closo to
tho full grounds, and Its tho very
placo for us to go next summer. I
wroto to him, telling hlra wo woro ull
just dying to seo him and his lovely
futully. I wonder what ho says.
Itoud It; I'm too nervous.
Mr. BUklns, reudlng "My Dear
Cousin: You will soon havo a chance
to seo us ull once moro. I have
rented my houso, and wo shall muko
you a good long visit noxt summer.
Pride and Its Vail.
James Quin, tho actor, was ex
tremely Indignant ut tho success of
Rurrick, und retired from tho stage.
Tho publio missed him, but not to thu
extent he imugined, and ho.thereforo,
became anxious to roturn. By way
of hinting tho possibility of such an
occurrence, ho wrote to Rich, the
munugot'T a note romarkablo for Its'
brevity: "I nin ut Bath. Quin." To
this un answer, equally laconic, came
back: "Stay thoro, and bo d d.
Illch." But Quin could he sarcastic,
too. Ono day a young jackanapes
suld to him: "What would you glvo
to bo us young as I am?" "In truth,
sir, I would submit to be almost us
foolish," said tho old (allow. Argo
Little Tommy Say.nro you enguged
to my sistor or aro you not? .
Algernon, blushing furiously I nin
am nbt, but I would like to to bo.
Little Tommy Como out from be
hind that door, sis. I know I'd earn
Overlooked the IJttt,
Claru, fishing for a compliment
This is your fourth dunce with mo.
Why don't you danco with some of
tho othor girls?
Charlie Well, tho fact Is, I dance
so budly that I hato to nsk them.
Hweet Day of Rett.
Joblots I begin to undurstuiul
now why thoy term He. Thirdly i
Elder Borry Why?
Joblots His preaching ha cure
"iNi it Til rif
Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infant?
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitutb
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty yctuVsuse by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
fererlshness. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieve
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency."
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates the stomach'
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" CaitorU It an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have rerieatedljr told me of Its
good effect upon their children."
Da. Q. O. Osoooo,
" Cutorla U the best remedy for children of
which 1 am acquainted. I hopo the day is not
far distant hen mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castorla In
stead of the variousquaclc nostrums which ere
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agenU down their throats, thereby serdtog
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. KiNCULor,
i Conway, Ark.
Tke Geateu 6oapaayt TT
Served ExC.USlVe.y to the ;,'
21,477,212 People admitted to
the World's Fair Grounds.
Leading nne coffee of the World
For sale only by Sherwood & Albright.
irJtf iliissffr''ii!jffi r3f iMMffTl 'fTTiTT'nii
A. H. Gray, the Insurance Man, Red Cloud,
Is now prepared to insure you in that well-known company,
The Home of New York.
Walt Tor him; lie will call on you In a few days. You can save
saoney and get moro satisfactory Insurance thnn from any
other nan. lie lins exclusive control or four counties.
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-PIIOPUIETOR OP THE
Holland House Livery Stable, f
Has the best riga in the oity and tho most reasonable prides,
Your orders solicited and fair treatment guaranteed. Barn
North of the Holland Houso.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
Building Material, 'Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
' " Castoria is so well adapted to.chlldren th
I recommend it as superior to any prescriptlo
known to me." ' '
II. A. Aucmr, M. D
' 111 Bo. Oxford Bt , Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians In the children's1 depart
ment havo spoken highly of tbdlr experi
ence In their outside practice wl(h Castoria,
aud although we only have among our
medical supplies what is knowu as regular
products, yet wo are froo to confess that tha
merits of Castorla has won us to look'wlta
favor upon it." ' "'
Uhitid llosrrr'it, and Disriasiar,
AtXKN C. BlOTB. Pret..
Murray Street, Jfew York City.
accepted as the
ilillll i 1J3 iSSlSW
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