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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEB. 2, 1894.
A. O. Uohmkh, IMItor.
I.auoyTait, Aiet laical KOItor.
ALL PRINTED AT IIOMB
taiiix of :oxTvr.
Pago 1 Weather roiwrt. Twenty years
bonco. Essay on boys, etc.
" 2-Htudy In Scarlet.
" .'I -Foreign und domestic nowo.
Corbcttnnd Mitchell prize fight.
Pittsburg rioters. Market reports,
" 4 Correspondence, editorial and
" G City newB of various kinds.
" 0 Educational coIhiiiii and school
apportionment. Capt. Egbert's
lottor. Supervisors proceedings.
Legal notices and general nuws.
. " 7-Miscollniiy.
" 8 Tnlmiigo'H sermon.
Tin: HOITOITH SAV.
E.Mrntoi; William and 1'riuco
mark have kissed and inudo up,
Gormuny is now saved.
and PiiCHiDKNT Dot.r. of Hawaii still holds
the fort . and is evidently a larger man
than Orover Cleveland.
Tho pcoplo over in Kansas seem to
huvo a "Now Lease" of life. Lcwclling
Hon t socui to appreciate it, However.
Fiiom tho Omaha lice's figures, that
paper certainly is in tho load, and thoro
is moro truth than poetry in thosoliguros
The income tax cecum to bo a thorn
in tho side of our domocratio brethren.
Thoy want to let go of it but do not
One thing Is certain, it Russia, India
and tho Argentine Ilcpublio out rival wo
Nebraskans in tho production of wheat,
wo can uxpiato matters by falling back
on tho augur beet industry.
It would bo a shnino to dispol prize
fighting altogothor, and thereby provent
the illustrutcd peiiodicnls from clothing
tho leading pollticiaus in pugilistic at
tiro, and malting such ludicrous pic
Jp.n Wakd says ho can't sco why this
country needs to bo enlarged by tho ac
quisition of moro torritory, when it is al
ready so largo that Uncle Orover can't
(rot around fast enough with tho olllets.
He's about right.
Theke seems tn bo a great deal of use
less discussion over tho Wilson bill. Why
not pass it at onco. tho industries of the
country could not bo worm, oil than they
are now, while suspended between failuio
and tho democratic problem of fioetrado.
The logical conclusion after n careful
consideration of Mayor Woir'a otTorts
to onforco tho law to exclude tho profli
gate from Lincoln, would bo that Lin
coin would bo eomo bettor off but the
women much woreo. Thoy havo to go
but where! Ood only knows.
I r thoro was an athletic club in the
world, who would securo tho services of
Jim Corbett and somo rival, and bo eo be
nign as to tender tho receipts of tho en
gagement to charity and roliet funds for
thousands of hulf starved pooplo, they
would certainly bo public benefactors.
Tub Cuur predicts thut the republi
can party will havo what is known as a
walk away next fall in tho election of
congressmen. Tho republican party him
tho reputation of doing something at
least., They were never known to Icnyo
tho country in just such a shape us it is
Oun esteemed luuloiupurury across tho
way seems to havo becomo perturbed in
spirit over a little uewslot that appeared
in our columns lust weok, and immedi
ately tho nowspapor fur began assuming
u foliao nttitudo. Now, Coxy, old boy,
don't cull us unkind names, wo uro not
ubo to it, but come over, and we'll sot up
the river wuter.
IIknky Ludlow the utuible editor of tho
Campbell Press gavo tho town butcher a
good sond off, in n recent issuo of thut
papor, und tho butcher thrushed Henry.
A nowspapor man is subjoot to many of
tho Ills thut tlesh is heir to, but noxt
timo that that butcher jumps ou to Hen
ry, he will havo found out that ho
Jumped on to tho wrong animal und we
would udviso him to "steer" clear of Henry-
Tiuhe is a numo suggested for con
gressman from this district next fall. It
in that of tho talented Wnckstoniun
Hon. James McNony. Tiik Ciiikk does
not hesitutoto express its choice for con
gressman next fall, and when wo suggest
tho numo of Jan. MuNeny, there is no
doubt bat thut it meets with universal
approval, irrespective of party nililiu
. tlons. There is a gentleman whoso po.
Ilticul horn bus nover yet tooted tho put
utunt noteti of tho chronic utllco booker.
Indeed hm modehty, ono of his most
promlneut churacUiristic:', forbears. No
ono doubts his ability, or quistiouohis
integrity. For yeurs ho has nour
ished in nu oxteuaive law practice bore,
ovor preserving tho clean stable charac
ttr, to which ih duo much of this high
esteem in which he is hold, and much of
(he prosperity ho now onjoys. Ho is
young in yoars, yut not too young, Ho
JI is tho topical description of physical
and intellectual perfection. Vet that is
' ubt all. Should our Jim bo elected to
' 'congress. thoFitth congressional district
-of Nebraska, would bo assured of uu nil-
ministration which would prove profit
able, nnd.wo would havo a staunch rep.
resentative of which wo could foel proud.
His prominence in tho front ranks of thu
NnbruBku bar, his tirolesri egorts to servo
his trusts judiciously, his Intellectual
attainments und stability of churaoter
frould ussuro us this, and utter tho most
borough consideration there is not u
niun in-tho district, whom wo consider
mawjwi "r iiiwc vroi'vu iHtiion. y
An I'uriiUlicil by Our Country
Mies Ada Hilton and Mr. John
NVolfti were the guests of Mr. and Mrs
Throckmarten latt Saturday.
Piter McNitt had ono of his cows
butchered lust Saturday, Chas. Turner
doing the work.
Henry Hiohmond of lied Cloud,
was visiting Willie Raskins last Sun
Messrs. Turner and Throokruort'sn
urn putting up ico this week.
Mr Hudd ha rented the farm just
Vacated by Mr Dickcrson, and will
movo on soon.
Keep still boys John Marsdcn is
riding with Undo Lush.
How natural it looks to sec Emma
Leigh driving her horse and curt
Geo. Lavorly enmo near gcttinp
drowned last Tutsdiy, whi'e getuiif?
out ice. Wo HUpjiose that Oeurgt
thinks his sins arc washed away.
Miss Mattio Leisure is on tho sick
Mr. and Mrs Katcllff arc happy
over tho advent of a little girl at
Mrs. Stanton is expected honn
this week from Govo Co. Kuusat.
whore alio has been visiting.
Tho news came from Webber,
that Miss Pickcll is very sick again.
D. H. Dillon has returned ftom tin
couBt and every ono is glud to see him
ulr. Foutz and Mr. Toland traded
liorses last week, and now Mr. Tolii.d
drivia n nutch team.
Mr. Fishburns family are having
Willard Moon and C. E. Kony liaye
purchased a magio lantern, and gone
to Smith county.
The spelling school last week be
tween Pleasaut Hidgo and Willow
Creek shools was another victory foi
he latter school.
Williow Creek and Pleasant Hill
will luvo another night of spelling in
he near future.
Most of tho people have been bus
for tho la t fow days putting up ice.
La Grippe is once mors in this
neighborhood. Joe Brubaker has been visiting in
the W' s em partof the st te.
Fred Hon ia going to farm hiB fathers
plueo next year.
oomo people will work harder after
night than in the daytimo.
Charles. Brubakor will work tho
Cutter farm next year.
Clois Jackson expects to work with
llcnr) Rrubaktr for the next year.
Mr. T. T. Lao expeots to ruih twe
crops of corn of! from tho same laud
this year. Ho is huskiug one ef tbim
A young son has come to cheer the
hearts of Mr. and Mrs Fred Blauky
Fred Fraso wus building an ice
house tho fimt part of the
weok. He expscts to till it this week.
A brother-in-law of Mr. Blankn is
hero on a visit. He expects to stay
ltv. Smith of Cowlcs will talk to
the pcoplo of Willow creek some
night in tho near future.
Mrs. Wilder i9 doing a great deal
for tho'ahristian cause in our Sunday
school hero. GUANDMA.
Mr. Judd Whito from south of the
tiver whs visiting his sister Mrs. 11.
B. Drubxkcr Suuday.
Ben Bruncr was up on tho Piatt
visiting relatives at Phillips,
iur. tjranuurg oi uuiuc nock is
canvassing this vicinnity for fruit
Mr Will Brubaker is teaohing sing
ing sohool at tho Wilson-Wells school
Several land buyers havo been in
ho community lately,
Miss Flora Jackson it going to
xehool at PI -asuiit Hill.
lleniy Biubakcr and Hob Adam
ton, huvo beou putting up ico this
Tho Bruncr bovs havo all been
siok with tlio sore throat.
Geo. Francis is stok with Pneu
Mrs Hathaway was very 'biok last
Mis M llio Ackcrson (Xco Smiih)
f Frontio' county is rihiting friends
in tins noighboihood. She was at
ono titnti ono cf Webster's mostvauled
Mr. Cos is teaehino: ono of tlm best
trms of school evor taught on Willow
Will and Hob Jamos aro visiting in
Blito'llill this week.
J. 11. and Will Cozier took in the
town of Mt. Clair last Monday,
E C ChriRty and wifo of Guide
llnuk attended meeting nt I lie Luniui
8"linol house last Sunday.
F, A Killuugh lud u salo lust week
wh ch was well attended and every
thing brought, a gojid piior.
W. H. Middluton and family of
Nuokolls county wcro viMting at Mrs.
M's parents, 'I'hos. Finny's lott week.
E. II. Cox und Win MoCord
up id wood river last Frinay.
will spend about u week visiting
F. V. McLaughlin altci.lctia parl
at Win. Householders 1-st 1'iidn)
J L Grand staff sold two carload
of fat cattle Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kochler norved
oysters to a few of their friends at
their residence Friday evening.
W. A. Hiker rccoiyed a carload of
ice tho forepart of tho week and com
tnenced to till his ioe house.
The danco Friday evening in Hart
man's building was well attended and
it wus very pleaant social affair.
Mrs. Shottenkirk and duughtit;
Pearl aro under tho doctor's care with
Thos.'Bimlcn received the sad ticwi
that his brother who resides in Iudi
ana had died.
Bladen bus the matonal for a g.io'
band. Lot Inr go bn)s.
Mr.". Wash Becd received a tele
grim Saturday saying that her broth
or was hin' at point of death ta hi
homo in Iowa. She started immedi
ately, expecting to reach him before
he passed away.
Mr. P. llorton shipped somo hog?
and eattlc Tuesday morning, and
among the cattle was a steer that
weighed 2020 pnunds; tho largest
ever shipped from here.
Our druggist hus been trying to
have the grip this week.
A surprise parly at W. 12 ThornoV
Wednesday evening was tho amuse
ment for the young folks. Have a
iiond time? Well you just hot!
Hut Hicks and Snow wasn't re pre-
Tho Hon. John Powers, opened tho
fall campaign lat Friday night at
iho G. A. it. In his talk ho told
how tho allianco had gone into hiber
nation, also that ho believed in pol
itical education. He then proceeded
to reorganize tho alliance
into a political school, and presented
them with tho populist's primer. W,
H. Deck who r.in on the people's
independent tioket for Lieut. Gnvcr
norwill speak his piece this Friday
Mrs. Kellie, secretary of the state
alliance, was tho guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Grandstatl last Friday. She
read a well composed letter at the
mcting of tho reorganization of the
si ianee Friday evening.
For Farm Loans
Tho spolliog school at this plaoo
wus quit" a success. Frank Bean was
Al Cooper is hauling n ood from the
Miss Spanoglc spont Saturday and
Sunday wnh Mrs Lews.
Miss Kurchner closed a successful
term of chool last Friday.
Mrs Swihart is visiting at Mrs.
A number of young people gathered
at Mrs Phillips' last Tuesday even
ing. All report a good time.
Mr C. F KelVy and wife attonded
church in Now Va. last Sunday.
Mrs Elliott, who has been siok is
The young people of this commun
ity have bcon attending tho litoraries
at Thompson crock,
Sadie Wilbur is visiting in ll'inois,
After htring some w'ntcr wo arc
again enjoying lessant weather.
Friend J. C. Brooks and iamily
'mvo moved baok to thoir former
homo. He could not stay awiy Irom
his Scandinavian friends.
Mr. Luw-on is holding meetings
hero this week; He is a hard woikcr,
did anxious to eayc sinners for Chrst.
John Lao wh, has lived with Otto
Skjelvor for four years, has moved
hnmii tolivo with Ins mothor who he
ivill help run tho farm.
Harvoy Bros, shipped a car-load
if hou'S. Thoy aro rustlcrn and don't
you forgot it
G. E BringolRon is restless while
hi best girl is away visiting.
A son has arrivod at the homo of
Mr, Lindgrccn, all aro
John Hoardslee killed a beef yesterday.
Farmois aro holding onto their corn.
Mr. Gibson's toam ran away Monday
and hroho the tongue, ruined tho side
boards and spilled u hog out ot the
Tho young folks onjoyod a pleasant
niiiK ut Mrs. Hilton's on last Saturday
Thoro was an oyatcr supper ut Mrs,
Witwer's Thursday eveninir.
Wo rerot to noto that somo corres-
iinnrlnnt Impmiia Inn mit.n Inat. wnnlr imtl I
said in thoir little nrticloentitlud"l)utcu
Cicek ' Homo thiiiKB that did not Found
will. If it had reference to our Fleiemm
firovo teacher they nre talking of ono of
llio most rellnca and well cultured
girln in tho utate.
1'eoplo aro nearly woll of tho la grippe.
Wo are all stuck on Tub Ciller.
John Witwer gavo n pleasant danco
Monday night und it wnu onjoyod by u
largo crowd. Hilton and CoIIIuh f ur
nlbued tho munic and W. II. Lowis did
the calling. Evoryono danced to their
Fred Ureeohbull'H son und wifu ot Cub
tex county, Nebraska, who hare been
visiting hero n couple of weeks, returned
What'H tho mattor with tho boys on
Dutch Flat? Lots of tliciu uro losing
thoir moustaches. It's too cold weather
Mr. H. H. Wall
Like a Miracle
Pains in Side and Breast
Despaired of Help, but Mood's
"C. I. Hood - Co., Lowell, Mms.:.
" I am glad to state my son's experience with
Hood's Sarsaparllla, as It was the means ot lay
ing hU life. Last fall tie was taken 111 with palai
In his breast and side. He had the best medical
attendance possible, and waa treated by the
doctors for some time, but did not realize any
relief. He could not lay down day or night, and
our hopes were fast falling. My aged mother
advised a trial ot Hood's Sarsaparllla. Ho com
menced taking the medicine, and to our
one bottle cured him ot his pains and restored
him to perfect health. This case has been looked
upon by many In this Ylclnlly as nothing short
ot a miracle." II. II. Walls, Oswego, Kansas.
Hood's Pills euro liver Ills, constipation,
blllonncss, Jaundice, sick headache, Indigestion.
Considering the cry of a general
depression throughout tho couutrv, it
behooves us to sai that the business
of the past month has greatly excelled
our expectations. Our merchants are
cnioyinK a iroou trauo as also our
stock and grain men are paying the
highest market price and making fre
Considerable sickness is rcportcd'm
tho surrounding country, but fortun
ately our little city is blessed w th an
over productionof thoso cla in u' su
perior exocllcnoy in the medical pro
fession, oi abling a nujurity of our en
ergetic neighbors to be on tho move.
Dr. IIot rccntly performed a verv
critical thouuh successful surgical op
eration for J. 1. Sprinkle, which Mrs.
Sprinkle sas was claimed bv fume of
tho doctors of Ued Cloud and Uasttngi-
as being a very doubtful undertaking
Mrs. Ed. Reed of Chicago ariivcd
last week in rcsponso to a telegram
that tier tatner, u. v. rrancis was
dangerously ill. At the present writ
ing he is convalescing and considered
nut of danger.
William Trobaugh, ono of our rus
tlinu farmors, will bid farewell to Ne
braska within a few diys and try the
relative of Oklahoma.
Sam Fuller recently made a flying
trip to Oklahoma and invested quite
extensively in it" beautiful red soil
and enormous blackjacks.
For some time past onr esteemed
friend and vory successful farmer, J.
11. Pocr, has been diPBatishrd and
wiihing to lncato in a warmer, climate,
or find a better producing soil, pur
chased an excursion ticket to New
Orleans, Louisiana. After making
mnny stops, nnd looking through scv
er.l diiTeront states, ho has returned
to Webstf r count v a wiser and better
satisfied man, John has take his land
off the nnrkct and will stay with us
yet a whilo.
Win. Thomas has ranted hit farm
bought property in town, ind will en
gage in other business in tho near fu
ture L. C. Gilbert of Exotor has been in
our city sovcral days looking after his
real estate, banking, lumber and other
buincss that he is interested in,
On Friday night, tho 120th ult tho
post ottice was broke m'o and robbed
of stamps and money lo the amnunt of
$SC. Postmaster Storey was also re
lieved of some of his goods, but can
not tell the exact amount, Tho thief
broke in at tho front window, Fecund
his booty and escaped without tho
11. A. Sinipcon of Blue Hill was
looking after business in Cowlcs yos
tordny. Tho Christian church choir are
practicing for an cntcrtainuint that
will bo presented to the publie in
tho near future.
United States Stook Inspoetor Gar
field has been looking after business
in this locality tlm past few days,
Earl Paul ia trying his ability as
school teacher this week in Dist. 22,
whilo 11. D. Paul tho regular teanhor
is taking oaro of a light attack of tho
,U on glnnoing oyer t' e placidinus
columns of (ho up wtuirs Golden con
temporary, wo find the old familiar
name of "Dennis" subscribed to quite
n lengthy sio sompor tyrannis. Now
is it possible that our dearly beloved
and old timo tried democrat, Walnut
creek Keeleyito, has forsaken his first
lovo? Wo cannot bollovo that such is
tho case. Our opinion in that Dennis
is je.Bt trying to gratify tho whims of
fome political mugwump that has or
mny eivo him a passing smile, or it
may he that ho is growing into a state
inocuotts desuetude. Nasuv.
Over Post Office
S Did you ask for a Lamp ? S3
S Yes, wo have thorn from 4 nice Ilund Lamp for ZZZ
ZZ t5! to u fine L.brary Lamp for $6 00. 2
g: A Beautiful Decorated
JE; A fine Parlor Lamp for
- A good Tubular Lantern for 50c.
AVe have greatly reduced prices on the Victor
- Central Draft Lamps. J
; Don't neglect to bring us your Prescriptions, if J
g you desire purity of material and accuracy S
; in dispensing. ;5
C L COTTING
lUiiUii iii ill Ui iii iiiiiiiiUiUiiiiiiiiiiiK
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
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 bast tit the lowest price on earth for the
Baker Wire $2.85, Glidden 2.75.
A. MORHART & SON.
Programmo of tho Cathorton Literary
Club at tho meeting held January Gth
nt tho residenco ot D. II. Larrick:
Opening march A. V. Larrick.
Secretary b report.
Recitation, "Hoys' Hights'A. It. Lur
rick. Recitation, "Catch tho Sunshine" A.
Song, "Sailing O'er the Leu" A. V.
Larrick nnd C. If. Cather.
Essay, "Henry VI 1I"-C. W. Cowley.
Kssny' "Julius Caesar" C. C. D.
Organ, "Home, Sweet Homo" A. V.
Essay, "Luoy Stono"-B. C. Cather.
Essay "Abraham Lincoln" F. M.
Song, "Tho Old Oaken Bucket" A. V.
Essay, "Roman History" L. D,
Organ, "Longing" C. H. Cather.
Essay, "Murnus" P. S. Cather.
Organ, Waltz A. V. Larrick.
Essay, "John Howard " C. II. Cather.
Duet, Violin and Organ L. D,
Rjimoy nnd R. C. Clutter.
Rccitution, "Casablanca" A. R
Rccitution, "Tbo Song of the Corn"
H. P. Larrick.
Duot, French hnrpa Brettheaur nnd
Rccitution, "That Vallor Dog" C. W.
Sonir. "Tho Star'' L. V. LarrieW
Reading ot questions from tho Chuu-
tuuqua. u. opanoglo.
Duot, "Singing Chcrily" A. V. Lar
rick and C. II. Cather.
Heading ami questions on economy
r . rj. x'uynu.
Music. French harps, organ und violin
--W. Bretthauor, J. Brotthauor, K. C.
Clutter und L. D. Ramov.
Assignment of topics for noxt meeting
ut O. E. Ramey's, February 10th, 1891.
Last Tuesday morning was first
ci usin to a blizzard.
Miss Lizzio Barrett was in Guido
Hock lust week on a visit,
S. C. Johnson and family wcro in
Red Cloud last weok attending the
funeral of Riley Hayes.
Grandma Ilaresnapo is ablj to bo
Mr. J. Hilliard takes tho girls to
meeting evory evening,
Revs. Decks and Hooper havo been
running a protracted meeting at Fair
viow with good success.
Misses Maggie and May Barrett
wero visiting at Mr. Weaver's last
Spelling Fchool at Lono Star evory
Clay Weaver was home on a visit
The wolf hunt in Logan township
was a failure Two wolves wero start
ed, but both got away. Nevertheless,
there was feonio fun for the hunters,
as throo or four Jack rabbits wcro
I. Loadabrand has a new hoy at his
house. Poter said it took all liis time
Tuesday night to krep up fire to keep
the boy from freezing.
Died, on Mr. Conover's farm, Mrs.
Griflis with cancer. Sho was buried
at Oriole cemetery on tho 24th inat.
Vase Lamp for $1.50. 28
$1.00. ' r5
closing out at
- 30 - Davs.
A. Akers was in Bludon Friday.
Evcrrctt Bean was doinc business
on tho creek Saturday.
trank Crabill attended meeting at
New Virginia Sunday.
II... I i -i . .
nuv. ijuuu was uwT.oirrk in
Uuwlcs Monday. K,r
Claudo Wilson was outV.Jhng
Mibs Spsnoglo was the guest ot Mis.
G. Lews Saturday.
Win. Swihart is visiting near New
Virginia this week.
S. S. Lindcy and family wcro doing
OUH1DC33 in ncu uiouu luesuay.
E. Bean and family of Cowles wc
tho guests or Ins father Sunday.
Miss Christina, and Peter Hanson
were c.illing in lied Cloud this week.
Mr Matkins has moved onto the
old Round's farm.
Several of the young folks attended
the spelling school at Mt. Hopo,.
Oley Hansen and A. N. Wilson wcro
transacting business in Red Cloud.
0. N Wi'son and family wero call
crs of J. 0. Wilson Suuday.
Littlo llanjc, tho youngest child of
Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson died
eaily Friday morning with iuflnmation i
of the Btomaoh. Ho was only sick
about three days, ho was ugtd G years,
7 month and 17 days. Tho fun
eral services wcro laid to rest Sunday
in tho grave-yard on Mr. Genscn'o
place The family havo tho sympathy
of all their friends in their sad'bercavc
There aro a number sick with tho
grip but all reported getting better.
Tho debate between tho Red Cloid
It's and tho Ambov Ivccutn waa
grand success and all report a ood
lime. 'Iho houso nas packod unt 1
standing room was soarco. Come
again Red Cloud U's.
On last Saturday niht tho young
pcoplo had a parly nt 0. L. Lowis'.
Tho houso was full of joung folks and
all report a pleasant timo.
There is a protracted meeting com
nienced at Auiboy. It is hoped that
there will be groat good done.
Mr. Jones and Mr. Bailw wem in .
Red Cloud this week. t
Mr. Vlindivor has returnril frnrnV-'
Now York City whoro ho has beon
taking medical lectures.
Mr. and Mrs Montgomery are re
joicing over tho arrival of a baby boy.
Mr. Vicrs is nlowlv recovering
rk a i !.
1 hero was a danco
wcrs Monday night.
at John Whitt-
. A. Saunders has
their now house.
Ihere was quite a gathering at Mrs.
Hilton's last Saturday night, All ic
portagoodtiiuo. One of M, Saunders hovn imo Himnn
from a horeo and recoived a bad bruin.
a. ft' $' v
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