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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 26, 1894.
A. 0. Hdhmkh, ICilltor.
IjAhotTait. Asst lrfra1 IWItor.
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
tabli: of covit.nts.
l'ago 1 M. Dash'ti squibs. Wcnthor
forecasts,, Correspondence from
California. Other notes.
" !-8tutly tn Scarlet.
s't M " 'A News domestic nnd foreign.
P-y Ejr Murkat reports. Etc.
. Mr-' " '4 Correstiondonco from county
" 5-City Nowh.
" C Citizens' committoo report. Su-
pnrviHora' proceedings. Letter
from Mipnotiri. Other items.
" 7 TnlmnKoXScrnion.
" 8- Interesting letter trom dipt.
Edgbort. Educational column.
Odds and End, Etc.
tiii: uniToirw hay.
Mk. Caui.im.k.'h bonds uro nioro thon
likely to got him into trouble. Tho
American people do not fancy having tho
nation ndd200,000,UOO indebtedness to
Up nlrcudy largo war debt. If issued it
will bo tho death-knoll of Urovor otal.
Tiik CiiiKr has no desiro 10 enter into
u controversy just ns to who should be
nominatod for city oillccs, but wo do feel
like saying that tho very best financiers
in the city should bo delected for thoso
places. Put men who nro admirably
quuliticd for it, men who lmvo handled
thoir own business with success, and tho
people will say amen, Tho city owes
about 910000 now, and tho work of pay
iog it off is no child'n play.
Ik our republican friends wero really
looking for n Hrnt-olnFS niuu to succeed
Attornoy-Gonorni Hastings, let them go
to ltcd Cloud and tako JudgoMcNeny,
whisktire and all. AdamH County Dem
ocrat, Tiir. Ciiiup could say ntuon to tho
abovo article with groat pleasure, and
if we mlstako not, Mr McNony will mako
his mnrk boforo mony youra either in
tho state or as congressman.
At the opera house, February 13, 1891,
under the auspices of tho S.of V cor
Ovorturo Nuggot Nell.... S of V Hand
Malo Quartot Selection
Tullfcys, Castor, Clurk and Albright.
Violin Duot Air and Variations
Hendricks nnd McNitt.
Tuba Solo.... Rocked in Cradlo of Doop
Piano and Cornot Dream of Glory
Smith nnd Clark.
Quintot "Brass" Hunter's March
Miller, Hondrick, West, Tulloyn, Patmor
Cornet Solo-Cyclono Polku. . .11. Miller
Violin nnd Piano.... Medley "Splinters"
Margaret and Mary Minor.
Quartet "llruss" Four Vagabonds
WeBt, Miller, Wurron, Patmor.
Overturo Dramatic. . ,S of V Orchestra
Ladies Quartot Last Night
Martin, Wost, Smith, West.
Trombone, Cornot. . .ChriBtmnB Chimee
Miller nnd Hell.
Violin Solo Lailu Hendrick
Cornot, Violin nnd Piano Selection
Millor, Hendrick, Doll.
Doublo Quartet Nutural Spell
Ladies and Malo Quartet.
Vocal nnd Piano Evening Shades ut
Mandolin Club Selection
Vance and Mcllrido Uros.
Finalo-Tho Night Hell.... S of V Hand
Dr. sawyer's Family Cure cares Stomnch
Dr. Bawyor's family Care cures Liver
Dr.Hwyer'a Family Cure cures Kidney
Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure cures Bowe
ToriuN or Court
Of tho tenth judicial district of NebruB
ku for tho year 18DI.
Adams county, March 19, equity; Juno
1, jury; November 1'-', jury.
Franklin county, Fcbruury 'Jti, jury;
August 7, jury.
Harlan county, March 20, jury; Aug
ust 20, jury.
Kearney county, April. 10, jury; Sop.
tembor 10, jury.
Pholps county, April 21, jury; Septem
ber 21, jury.
Webster couuty, March 12, equity;
July 0, jury; December 10, jury.
Hustings, Nob., Jnnunry 1, 1891.
F. 11. HnAi.L,Judge.
Mfunt is it? It is n bottlo. What is n
bottle? Syrnp. Why do I bou it iu bo
many housosY Becauso everybody likes it.
What is it for? For Coughs, Colds and
Cronp, Whooping Coogh nnd Consutnp
tion. What lt its name? Parks' Cough
Uo nnd see Sherwood & Albright for
.m . (Corrected Weekly.)
iiOgB. mi .,, -J "T)(('(
Fat cows 1 COift0
Ghlokena ,. doz. a
xiWPayw, i i lb.
Aft FtirnHlictl by Our Country
How did you like the blizzard the
F. W. McLaughliu spint Sunday at
Tho dime social at tho parsonage
was well attended.
Miss Addie Snow rolurnod Satur
day evening from lied Cloud.
In tho tio contest at Hicks' Satur
day, N. E. Bottom of Ong oarried off
tho prizo doll.
A wolf hunt on Friday of this
wck. Let ovcrybody turn out and
have a good day's sport.
Tho California woathor has had to
liavo tar mufflers, mittens, stockings
and shoes put on this week,
If the Illaden Enterprise is a little
lato in rrnohing its readers this week
it is bocauio tho editor got licked.
Loht A reward of ton dollars will
bo given to tho person finding and
returning McLaughlin's mustache.
C. II art man and Jns. Burden re
turned Friday frtm Omaha, where
thoy had been purchasing gooda for
tho new store.
A dimo social at the rcsidenco of
Mrs. France, and an address by the
Hon. John II. l'owors at tho Q. A. R,
hill were tho entertainments of Thurs
Last Saturday Mr, Paihby's littlo
girl fell down tho stairway leading to
tho cellar, itriking on tho head and
side, bruising her considerably, Luck
ily no bones worn broken.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kisor are rejoic
ing over tho advont of a littlo girl at
Mips Lizzio Barrett and Mrs. Celia
Saunders arc visiting in Guido llock
Mr, Martin who bought Dick 0 ar
bor's livery barn, expect! to inovo to
town as soon as the weather permits.
Miss Graco Dalton and Nollio Soy-
more wero in ltcd Cloud Friday and
Mr. ChtiB. Roland has bought Tom
Malonoy's lunch room and oonfeotion
It ia rumored that wc arc to have a
new hotel here.
A maRqucrado ball hore a week
Every body seems to have a bad
Very cold tht last two days.
LitBt Tuesday night was the coldest
night we have had this winter,
Miss Emma Orchard was visiting
tho Misses Nye of Red Cloud, Satur
day and Sunday.
Mr. Dick Aycra of Campbell was
visiting W. G. Knight lust week.
Thoro is to bo a lecture at the
sahool-houso, Friday and Saturday
Miss Lulu Barber spent Saturday
Miss Maudo Knight was visiting in
Rod Cloud last week.
Mr. IronB is in Red Cloud this week
as the Board of Supervisors meet.
Mr. Spaulding ia putting up ice this
Inavalo can now boast of having a
choir, come out to church and hear
tho now choir next Sunday.
The W. C. T. U. of Red Cloud came
up and visited tho W. C. T. U. of this
place last Thursday, RusTMCR
Wc aro having fine weather at pre
sent, Mr. Latta's has movod to town.
Our mcrobam's "Hurd" thinks
stronger and deeper over the vuluo of
kis hotel affair.
Gcorgo Francis is lying very low at
this writting with pneumonia.
Miss Mablo Weller is qulto sick
with inflainatory rheumatism.
Tho party givon at Mis Maiy
Savages by tho Dcgrco of honor was a
Walter and Othol Garner of lnavale
visited Arch Bosen last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ililldroth of Exeter
visited their son and family at thia
Tho week of prayer was observed bv
tho M. E. and Congregational peoplo
thoy hold their mcetin gs alternately
at caoh of the two church buildinus
during tho week. Tho prayer moot
ing is continued at tho Cong. Ohuroh
First clnsacoodfl nnrl ronnnnnliln nrUno
cunalwavabu found at W. V. WVlah'
Miss Nell id 1'iokrcll went to her
home near Webbor, Kin., last Satur
day. Birdio Frazior has bocn on tho sick
Hit for some time, but is slowly im
proving. Frank and Ben Vandyko were tic
king aloug the lino Saturday and
Somo of tho farmers have been
plowing and some thought thoy would
cut stalks, but this little blizzard will
put a stop to all tbat.
J. C. Foutz was out near North
Branch buying corn this wcok,
Thoro was to hava been a lantern
show at tho school houso in Dist. 138
one night last week, but tht professor
and bis lantern failed to appears.
Tho Christian Endeavor society at
North Branch received three' letters
from Miss Piokctt in Japan, The
first was tl feet long, tho second nine
feet long and tho third soyen feoi
long. They wero read Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock, January 21.
Weather is very cold at prcsont.
Low Hummel is ablo to ba out
Burt Rickcrson mado a visit in
those parts sinoo his return from Iowa.
Grandpa Tumor sold his latgo hog
last week. It weighed 500 pounds,
Tho danco at Mr. Sutton's was
largely attended. Tuff was on the
safe sido for music, thero being six
fiddlers present. Alpiiaretta.
E. 1'ayno entertained company Sat
MisB Dora Marker was the guest of
her uncln, J. ilson Sunday.
Thero was no preaching at New
Virginia last Sunday.
Johnny Markor was tho guest of
Wm. Brcthaur Saturday evening.
Miss Spanoglo spent Saturday and
Sunday at her homo in ltcd Cloud.
Floyd Pitney was the guest of Clar
ido Wilson Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Brethaur is hauling wood from
the Littlo Blue river.
A gentleman by tho namo of Mat
kins will moyo on to the farm juit va
cated by Arthur'Wilsnn,
Wm Brethaucr is trying to rent a
farm, Ho did not get that new bug
gy for nothing.
C. F. Cather, Wm. Crabill. S. Lind
8cy, and the Sorgcnsen boys aro all
feeding a goodly number of eattlo
The spelling school at tho Andcr
son sohool-houso Friday night was a
complete success. Tho re was a largo
erowd present, spelled down once, took
a recces, and Miss. Saycr announced
that tho sohool children would tako
a prominent part. The sohool No, 3!)
carrico. away tho laurols.
Stutc Creek. ' '
Mr. Iko Orewoll, Mr. Fogle, and
others hava gone west prospecting.
Wo did not loam whoro only that
they wont about 120 miles. We expect
mat tuoy win roiurn soon as ovcry
one who leaves here always comes
Two prospectors from North Branch
wero on tho creek a few days ago try
ing to worn up a land aeal ot some
Mr. Itolfc and Mr. Francis from
tho cast, was on our crook last wsek
on legal business.
Many of tho dancers went to prayer
meeting Thursday night instead of
our danco. We learn that there will
be meeting next Thursday night, at
Mr. Jrs. Fruit has bought him a
rarm south-west of here of 80 acres
coating $800. Thou Hitchcock has
bought 80 aorcs in tho samo section
for $700. Lon Francis has bought
1G0 acres north and west one mile. I
did not learn the price.
Mr, Baker of Burr Oak was visiting
bis old neighbor John Newland last
Hay sells for $2.50 hero or $4 in
Red Oloud and $5 in Lebanon. Fat
cows, $2 per hundred, hogs $4.50 to
$5, corn 20 to 23 cents.
Mr. Muster has agreed to run the
Uoblo rauoh for auothor year. Ho has
char co of nuito a number of homea
one Hundred head of cattle, nearly nil j
black, over one hundred hoad of good
hogs and several shoals and pigs, has
sold over $100 worth sinoo last Juno,
paying all expense of hired help, oto.,
with hogs. Occasional.
When in Riverton bo sum und stop at
tho UankB houso. 81.00 nor dav. Liv-
rv in connection. By far the moat Dlena.
Jf. L. Chtuvrtnt
In Agony '
15 Years WltTTsalt Rheum
Hood's taraaparllla Gave Perfect
"C. I. Hood &Co., Lowell, Moss.i
" Hood's Barsaparllla Is an excellent madlelne.
I had eciema la my left leg (or fifteen years.
Fart of the time my leg was one mass of scabs,
anil about erery week corruption would Rather
under tho skin and the scabs would slough off.
The Itching and Burning
sensation made me suffer Indescribable agonies.
I spent a great deal of money for different rem
edies but did not get relief. About a year ago,
leading physicians advised m to take Hood's
Barsaparllla. 1 did so and have taken fire not-
ties. Now all the aorcs, scabs and pain hart
vanished and I am enjoying perfect health. I
think Hood's 8arsaparlllals second to none and
gladly recommend It to alt suffering humanity."
II. L. Cukuvbont, Leonard, Missouri.
Hood'a Pills act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25c.
Young pooplo enjoy themselves this
winter rb something is going on almost
A fow neighbors gathered at Mr. James
Billings' on Monday night and hud a
Thoro was a surpriso party at C. W.
Barrott'son Tuesday evoning, und all
report n good time.
On Wodnosdny ovoning thoro was an
oyster supper at Chus. Davis' with quite
n crowd out.
On Thursday evening thero was a
prayer-mooting at Morions. Ilov. Hum
mol presided and thoro waB a largo at-
tondanco It is desired to hold the noxt
ono at the homo of Mr. Lonzo Francis
next Thursday cvo.
On Friday ovoning thoro wub n play
party combined with music and singers
at Mr. Scrivncr's.
Ono of tho Smith County Journal,
forco was in this neck o' the woods this
wcok looking after tho Journal's intorest.
Wm. Relihan sold a car-load ot cattle
in Lobanon this week.
If ono wants to sea his neighbors let
it bo known that you want to bny a
horso nnd pay the cash down and thoy
will Euroly give you a call.
Every ono is through husking corn,
und thoso tbat are not through it is
certainly thoir own fuult with such
weather as we huvo had.
Mr. Guthrie and wifo wero visiting at
Mr. Mountford's last week.
Mr. Horb Barber was visiting at Mr.
Billings last wcok.
Mr. Mclnroy sold his old corn to Thos.
Ryan at 23 cts per bushel.
F. L. Smith is hauling corn to Bray
lock ut Womor at 25 cts. Sin.
For Farm Loans
uutli side Echoes.
Miss Maudo Moek is attending
school in Red Cloud,
llov. Hummel intends to start a re
vival meeting in Pleasant Dale soon.
Miss Emma Leigh can bo seon onco
moro in this vicinity.
Chas. Isom has oomplctcd his new,
Tho young folks enjoyed a pleasant
danco at Tuff Sutton's Friday night.
L. A, Haskins is moro handsome
than ovor sinco his rcoovcry from tho
rheumatism. Ho has also lost somo
Thero will be a wolf chase Friday
by over one in the oountry, and will
start from John Marsdon's plaee at 10
Yesterday, January 23, was the
coldest day of tho season.
Mrs, II. B. Thompson is very sick
Bud Robinson's tobtn ran away Mon
day morning. After running through
two or thrco wire fences thoy wero
caught w'thout muoh damage,
Mr. O. W. Kaloy of Rod Oloud is
having a new houso built on the old
Dolph Oroxton plaoo, which he bought
last summer,. Bud Robinson will
farm tho same this summer.
Mr. Brubaker of Willow orcek has
organized a singing class at tho school
houso in Dist. DG, with twenty-soven
Elder L II. Humphreys, paator of
the Christian church at Geneva, com
monced a scries ef meetings at the Lun
solionl houpe this wok and will con
tiuuo two or three wocks.
an? m it! mmmrom
riwl vmi nclr
W' JS XM. T Vll v,,.
5 Yes, wc have them from 4 nice J-IuMft Lamp tor m
5E: 25c to a fine Library Lamp for $6.00. J25
5n A Beautiful Decorated Vase Lamp for $1.50. r25
E: A fine Parlor Lamp for $1.00.
a A good Tubular Lantern for 50c.
5 "We have greatly reduced prices on the Victor
Central Draft Lamps.
jj: Don't neglect to bring us your Prescriptions, if
; you aesire purity ot material ana accuracy ZZZ
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2: r t COTTING "
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And a cold one too,
But we have a bigger snap for people who
want a Heating Stove.
We have a few heaters left from our Winter
Stock that we are closing out at
Come in if you want a Heater.
They all go !
We would rather carry over the money than
to carry over the stoves.
We are in it on Barb Wire also
The best at the lowest price on earth for the
Next - 30 -
Baker Wire $2.85, Glidden $2.75.
A lonesome school niarui. I am
teaohing on Dutch Flat among the kids
and enjoyed my work very much until
tho big boys began to come and then
tho kids wore no longer company for
me, I long for tho nights toeome
when Georgo and Burt cDmcs up to
Mr. Merrill's to talk with mo. I
would liko to correspond with a few
of the young men of Dutch Flat, but
I am afraid Frank would not liko it,
co I will havo to bo satisfied with go
ing to tho parties, but, oh, how I
wish it was leap year.
Weather, rather cool with some
The sickness is all over except the
Mrs. Engstrora has tho grip.
Miss Mablo Morrill had a birthday
party and received somo nice prcs
ents. Ono was a nioo silver ring and
several others. Tho girls all report a
Wc hear that Frank Slaby has
rented a part of tho place that he
rented of Mr. Moore to Mr. York, and
Mr. Mouger has bought Geo. Coon's
forty aores and contemplates building
in tue spring. We wolomo him in
We hear that the boys had quite a
time at Hunt Young's charivari the
other night. Uncle Tom,
A number of ships is called a fleet,
A fleet of ships is callrd a flock,
A flook of girls is called a bow.
A bevy of wolves is cailed a pack,
A pack of thiovos is called a gang,
A gang of angols is called a host.
A host of porpoises is called a shoal,
a snoal ot buffaloes is called a troop.
A troop of quails is called a covoy,
A covey of beauties is called a galaxy
A galaxy of rufliuns is culled a horde,
A hordo of rubbish is called a hoap,
A heap of oxen is called a drove.
A drov of blackguards is called a mob,
A mob of whales is called a school,
A Bohool of worshipers is called a con
gregation, A congregation of engineers is called
A corps of robbers is called a band.
A band of locusts is called a swarm,
And a swarm of poeple is called a
Ono Package ot patent medloino bv J
H. Smith. '
for n TiHllin? r2
m.-sm. - -jj- - -w
A. MORHART & SON.
As for poultry George Hollister
takes tho load.
John Holcomb Jr. has bought him
a fine span of mules. '
Mr. Rutlcdo is laving qWX
timo wrestling with a severe oold. ik-,
Georgo Stewart has ono of tho best
stock farms in southern Nebraska.
We understand that Mr. Fords' are
soing to move into the William's
MiBS Elsio Church of Denver, Col
orado is hero visiting her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mra. Montanye arc homo
again, after a month's visit to friends
The section men nro tmctr fiii;nr. i.
1oa house. The ice is shipped hero
Jim Swearingcn is going to move
aoross the streot, into the houso whoro
Mj. Putney lives.
MiS! Louise I'rill i hnmn frm
Omaha to visit her friends, sho will
return in about a month.
Charley Mendonhall has been con- "
Ined to tho house for some time, but
wo aro glad to seo him out again.
Engino 150 broke mam rod strap,
nd Enginoer Anaon and Fireman,
Clark have gone to McCook with her
Mrs. Frank Roid'c littlo girl has
been very siok with lung fever but
under Dr. Moranvillo's oaro is getting
Did you notico how dark it was
Bunday night, It is no wonder when .
threo Knights got out in ono night to
tisit their friends.
Tho scholars of rooms threo and
fourof south ward, uave a hlrtlnUw
surpriso party on Morris Groat, Mon
day evening. All report a good time.
.tuiiu owiionman Hank was doing
some work ho took off bu nnnf nj
'est, When ho roturnod for them he
louna tuoy wore gone, Henry Leo had
taken thorn. Henrv was nvn..in
oold wave soon.
i have a fow thousuml dollars of nri-
Vain mnnov ( ! it """ ui !'"
nllvoy7arstime or less. ' C'aBS rmB
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