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THE RBI) CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2. 1894,
We are offering extraordinary
bargains in DRESS GOODS
Extra values in handkerchiefs. Big bargains
in Remnants of Dress Goods, Calicos,
Ginghams, and Outing Flannels,
NEW EMBROIDERIES, LACE AND
WHI rE GOODS. LADIES' SUMMER
UNDERWEAR, it will soon be time for it.
We have secured the best values in summer
underwear that we have ever had.
G. A. DUCKER & CO.
awnm m mimrnmn mmmmmmm is.
S is the best s
I SPRING iVIBDICLNE
S Try it. Full pint bottle for SI . 25
uuuu tu iii iu ui imuiiuuiiuiwuug
WANrHI).-To buy shoals, wuIrIiIiir on mi
KitilriXH Unl cin.ul.
""V. ".. . """ ." m w iiii. irvdivillbli
r A STIJI.-k roll uf paper to hum; .-K. 1'.
W ft.N T,K1 Tl! ck'an aml repair your urtraiii.
.Work flrst-chiss and fMtisMtctmn uimniu.
teed, 1'flpon reasonable.
.in. w. w. Tullevi
VANTKU-I dcslro to buy fuuror live plus,
' wylKllln from 60 tOLOpouuds-Tlin WII
miii, lleU i Iiiihi,
I AW.K )u.ur f'll'rH '" iMilntliii: with l i
'Iladloy. lii-ur (if Miner llros. store.
WAN 1 Kl).-y uijildle ued ju.ly mi
.;. 1,,LlaVor' .a 'iDUK-kft'iK-r.-Adilre
Cloud, ebriiska, box 4 Id.
lid son, u
I K.-You wniitfinlt trees, unipivlnc or uny
1 niirnery stock call en U II. Must. '
"'ANTi:i. To cry onr sulci, lie,t i.tiiim
' ' iiml niIcikIIiI muU(iiiiioii.c. fc winirc)
1 puL'ity. J. II. Hmttli.
Ilku to Iiisiiiu join
AX'AN ll'.l) -To iriulti ii tiiMMl Hiilky plow for 11
rtVJiSJa,,riM,,c'' A"""y' ,,wl,,n,cu ""
WANTI'.I). IIHI new M-K-1M
' ' in.. i: :it oner.
lillll'HINIIMI. Imk i , I,,.,,,... ,,,,.
r.nierjuii Wl ,,"l',"ll Ml"lj '" l'l',,M "ml
A ai!'i':!; '?." '";' '.'. .f"0'! untilivd tcim,
' John Kuinti, tioiciund,
fVtt SU.U-I lmo tlin.it ood co
I . (I'ukc) Stiitim, Ki-il i ImiiiI.
poll AI,L'-a fouil bOrse, upjily ut tuiboHke.
WgrgrffrSi'ty bH'"u of "" ola
Vtty 1, "-""0 '
V tWSiirL3S -ft "!!' -ni.
Will 11J1V fktlM.1l
cent c.icli for nil viiiues
'B1? V4NTiKI,'"rt0l i0 in runt myihvuii
Drees nmkin imrlorii lmvo boon
openod ut tho old l)r Hall roBiilenco
Alloftliu latoRt fuHhiuiiH. Tho Indies
aro invited to call.
C'liuup i:curiiiMi lo Tvxiir.
Anotlicr appoituiiity of visiiinj;
Toxu.s at notninal cost.
On iMarcli lJJth lliu JJiirlinglon
Houto will sell round-trip tickets ai
the One-way Uato.
Ask tho Company's local agent for
full information and in.iko suro your
tickuta read "Via tho HurlinKlon.'
tho beet lino to all .southern points.
J. Fianols, Gcnl. lWr & Tkt. Agt.,
Ifjmi want n loan on flint clnmi land I
LMiiKiv.Muia hpnciul into lament in
Iwrent with option lo pay part or all lit
liny jeur. Uiill or writo to mo
O. F. (Jatiiiiii, Kod Cloud, Nui).
Thrco hundred bufhels of Whilo IUib
eian outs for bccd. Sold fort-Ami or on
noto on ehort tlmo. Forty cento per
bu&hol. Address or call on
U F, E. I'aym;, Qtto, Xub.
Mr. S. naylosYihes to announcotn
Iho publio thai hein propared to take
boirdoM at :!.&() nor wnnl- );
included, Apply at 4th Avonue
A.C. HoMtm, Kditor.
LaiiovTait, Asot Ixat Editor.
ALL PKIXTED AT HOME
tabu; oi co.temt.
Pngo 1 Weather Forecasts.
Ijottcr From Xebruska,
Causes of Ilccent Dopreeeioo,
Spring Pootry, etc.
" 2-Letter in Scarlot,
3 Country Correspondence, etc.
4 Editorial and City N'ows.
3 City News in General.
(J ProndorgaBt'a Fate.
Foreign nnd Domestic News,
7 Tnlmago'fl ScrmonB, etc.
8 State and Other Nows.
Charley Uoynton'a Death,
Till: KIHTOIt'S SAY.
Uro. Daggett of tho Kivcrton Guard
seems to have gotten into trouble. Ho
was arrested this week on a charge of
divorting tho funds of tho township of
which ho was treasurer. Tub Chief
hopes that ho will come out of the trou
bio on tho top wavo.
Honry S Forrar, superintendent of the
agriculturalist department of the Ox
nard bcot BUgar factory nt Grand Island
was in lied Cloud this wek. Ho in
formed this olllco that tho factory would
bo run ns usual nnd that they had bo
cured thrco thousand acres of beets for
SoMKcrnnk out at Georgetown, Col.,
is circulating a petition for annozing
Colorado to Moxico. Wo used to think
that most of tho real cranky people camo
from Kansas, but they must now give
tho laurelB to Colorado. Tho fellow
should bo invited to "take up bis bed
nnd wulk" to Maxico. Ho should, be
fihoald, ho should.
Mils. Lf.asi:, of Kansas, has at last
been succi'SHful in attaining tho glorious
fnmo which she has idwnyudoaired that
of u national reputation. I'orhaps tho
poor would have been just as well off it
Mary had nuvor been born and perhaps
her Biiccess can bo attributed to a largo
quantity, to a large nmount of unadul
terated gall, nnd a strong pair of lungs.
The Signal h pleased to sco tho es
teemed Nation pluck up courage
enough to resent the roccnt combined
attack of the other lied Cloud papers
on iho supervisor system. Not that
tho SilmiuI is i nhi.tininn nf I tin its.
tcm lor wo belcivu there is a hotter
but if the Qght tho Argus, Belt and
Chief arc making is, as tho Nation in-
tilnntps lipn.mun tlin minnrrionn donn
: : - - - ""(". ....
shonn a d sposition to hold tho papers
niuitmuu uuith iu luaauuuuiu UUIiruea
for tho work they do for tho ojunty,
tho supervisors for other shortcomings,
real or imaginary, if they will ouly
keep up n still light on this point.
Tlicroure somo hourecs from which,
in view of p'tt eventc, tho howl for
oconomy touns with very poor graoe.
Tho editor of The Chief hat not
read the nriiele Fpokcn of above, but
if any sued article appeared as stnted
by the Signal making suoh allegations,
thoy are untrue. Tho prices aro no
lowor to day than at any other timo,
under any particular political party.
Tho present hoard pays living prices
which is-iuht nnd so did its prede
cessors and nothing moro than tht
has ever been paid. Besides the in
correctness of the aforementioned, this
paper is vastly in favor of a supervis
ors systom over that of tho commission
er system, provided always that it
ould bo tuudu It hs cumbersome and
less expensive. As far as our Guide
Hock brother is conccrnod wn nf iho
fraternity, can eahily f.co why ho kicks.
no is eviueniiy lecatcu wrong to have
a finger in tlio pio, Tho Nation has
no kick coming as it geti full price
for its work and so do all tho other
paper?, and any one that docB not is
not wise. Tun Chief has uiver kink
ed becauso the board was of a differ
ent political complexion, but because
it was too expons vo a luxury for thp
county lo carrv under tho prcsontlaw
For Farm Loans
Tho March i.s'io of the Nebraska
and Kansts Farmer j lit issued is a
great improvement over tho former
number, Uesidi's uoncral farm nowe.
it contains Hpceiil articles on alfalfa
growing by ,1. K. Fitzgerald of James-
own, Kansas and .J no. Churchill of
Dodge City, Kansas C. F. Stephens
of Crete, Nebraska, has an articlo on
penoh growing while A. F. Hartwell
of Iiiavalo, Nubruhkn, treats of tho rel
ative values nf a creamery and cheese
factory. l)r O.r, of Kansas and Prof.
Ingeri-oll of tho Nebraska Agricultural
college and other noted contributors
lmvo apcoinl articles that bhould b
nillfl llV PVl.fl- I'.llltior Tim Tor,n. J
flcst only to tiibseribcrs. 15 spcoial
arrangrniQiit wo can nond you tho lied
Cloud Chief mid Furrurr, both ono
year for one dollar,
complete surprise party waB given to
Dr. McKceby on Thursday night in
honor of their 25th annivcrfarv.
There was a large number af invited
f C8,9r T80?1' Inclu,ding D A WaU
"entr,cc an old friend of the
doctor's, who chanced to be in town
at tho time. At an opportune hour,
refreshments were served sufficiently.
Thare came a repetition of their mar
riage. Tbu was most laughable
performed by Hon. C. W. Kaley, who
while be 11 known to be a man of anil
ity, he never could in his palmiest da; 0
while serving as county judge
marry people and do it rieht
The social nature of the whole affair
was most excellent, and highly en
joyed by thoso present Tho doctor
and wife have the sincere wish of all
that they may live to celebrate many
moro anniversaries of their marriage.
xiii lyiiiEK acknowledges a choico va
riety of elegant cake, cigar?, etc.
MarIHED HV THP. LlfillT n Tin?
Moon Joseph Sparks, principal of
me vrieans ochopis, ana miss lvzzic
K. Sackett, assistant principal, came
into lied Cloud Saturday evening on
a west bound train, secured a marriage
lioenso and nrocccded 10 lltv. V. I.
Ely's residence and thero asked his
am in maicing tnem man and witc.
Mr. Ely in his usual happy manner
said tho mystic worda and the two de
parted, happy in the faot that they
were ''two souls with but a single
thought two hearts that would, as long
as life should last, beat as one. The)
left on the first train for Orlcais.
L M. Crabill ia kiown to be u
cortcous and wide-awake business man
but in spitoof all, tho other day he
thouL'ht his watch said fi:3n wlion it
really said G:30, and hence mado no
"-'"l'' uicvk iuu iraiu, in inc
mcau-time Everett Dver madn tlm
train and secured a load of passengers.
J. h Miner and Geo. E. Coon arc
aa yet tho first who have been honored
with a visit to tho mid-winter fair in
San Francisco, and they arrived Wed
nesday night, returning via Omaha.
They report the fair doing nicely and
while nothing in comparison to the
world's fair, is by far greater than a
state fair. The attendance is light
at present, but will probably increase
Thurmlny, Veb. 29.
lioenl option 1ms been carried In Allen
A brnnch of the A. P. A. was orauized
nt Slu-lbyville, IHm., with 50 members.
Dr. Sawyer Boyd, head of the famous
diopter syndicate, passed through New
Grief for her dead husband induced
Mrs. Thomas Smith to commit suicide at
her Decatur, Ills., home.
Now York capitalists have purchased
thenntural nnd artificial ras plants nt
i uv minimi ana urtinciai
nuil ubout Ijfnyett, Ind.
The ltpmitillrnn nf Tln.oli fl..u v .
been sold to n stock companyat law Paw,
wlieru tho plant will be removed.
Unemployed miners of Dunfermline,
Ills., have issued a petition to bo sent to
uuiiTiiur .nnKcm cnwnK or relief.
Joseph M. Urown has secured a judu
ment of f 1,500 ngalnst the Illinois Central
t Gnlenn, Ills., for injuries received.
Milwaukee ii taking every precaution to
prevent the spread of smnllpox, which is
getting nearer its borders every day.
Auother thousand-barrel oil well was
struck at Fostorla, O., which is also good,
It is said, for r.,000,000 feet of gns a day.
Criminal proceedings against William
A. Mowre, telephone manager nt Kala
mazoo, Mich., lmvo bceu dropped. He
made good his stedlncrs.
.lames niockmoro nnd William Eagle,
farmers, were arrested at Alpena, Mich.,
for HllUlL-lllllir horxi-u from Pmimln 'PI...
men claimed to be immigrants, and thus
Km, me nurses in ireo or uuty.
Carl Plenrd, the Thayer county, Neb.,
farmer who started to fast 40 days, was
interrupted In his task by the cruel board
of insanity, which found him crazy nnd
sent hlni to the asylum. He had abstulned
from food for two weeks.
The 13th nnnunl encampment of the
Grand Army of Knnsas convened at New
ton with the largest attendance ever
known. The first session of the encamn-
'"" "ruined wivu reports or the de
partment officers, which showed tho loss
of only 880 members during the last year.
Friday, Feb. 33.
Eiisdlo Garibaldi shot Morelli Leonard!
and then blew out his brains in San Fran
cisco. A line vein of coal has been struck at
A. D. Jones killed Constable Jerry Peck
nt Wnlton, Neb.
Texas fruit crop is said to have been In
jured by frosts.
A girl In mnle attire was arrested with
n gang of tramps nt Paducah.
A lone highwayman went to Hancock,
Mo held up six men nnd got away.
The L'Oth annual convention of Illinois
dairymen is In session nt Dixon, Wn.
Home Interesting hitherto unpublished
letters of Niipnleon have just been printed.
Slxty-ono firms nnd Individuals control
over 1,000,000 acres of lands of tho Creek
Thu first nnnunl session of Illinois
chlefo of police wna concluded at Bloom
ingtnu. Stack White and Henry Hocrnth were
Indicted nt Nebraska City for burning J.
Sterling Morton In effigy,
Mrs. Sophia Uere.sford died at San Fran
clsco from glanders. A diseased horse
had succeed In her face.
Petitions of its Iron Hnll clnlmnnls
werupicsRiited to Judne Winters ut In
diaiir.uolls Neurit- S'iV) flOrt U Inviilvwl.
Whlto Russian oata at tho Rod Cloud
Over Post Office
Siinduy .Scluiul ConvctiUon.
I'rncram of Hie nr lutpr renntv Snnd.iv trlirnl
convention tobelie'd in Ited Cloud, Nebnul,
March 15 and 18 is?l.
Day ss!on l the lUptlit church.
KTcnlng sMstnn at tlio Con.-regatlonal church.
MAnrn IB. isoi
2.50 p.m. DeotlonM exercises led by
2-30.-Addre of welcome by Mm. Urakcfleld
Suportntendent Itaptm Sunday scliool.
Keaponie by K. II Knight,
3:00Heport of secretary and treasurer.
3:30--Co-oieratton rural Sunday school work by
Itev. E. L. Ely.
Olicusston, Sunday school worit.
70-Deetlonal exercises led bv Bov. Andnr.
9,C0-Address by E. A. Stephens of Grand
Query box and collection.
MARCH 10, 1894.
0:00 a. m, Devotional exercisJs ld by
10:00 Flection of oniceri.
ll:J0-Theworkof the superintendents by It.
2.00p. m.-How each superintendent conduct
tils services, by superintendent. Inlluence
of Sunday scliool on the rrtnrali of the com
munlty by C. S. Co?nd. How to Interest
church members In Sunday school work by
.Mrs, (. v, father. Inlluence of homo re
llKlonln the family In relation to Sunday
ichool attendance by Itcv. Seymour, tte
latlonotSiiiidaysclioolstothe churches by
It Is earnestly hoped that every Sunday
s hool In tho county will bopreentat least by
a large delegation; but In any event the super
intendents will be expected.
Entertainment will bo provided for all who
attend. Come prepared to haven ?ood time.
Mrs. A. I.. IIii.iiumtii, Secretary.
It. H.For.TON. President.
Fjax l 20fd 2.'
Hogs i .to
Fat cowb o -,o
Chlckena doz. 2 00
Turkeys lb. f,
Iletail prico of the Red Cloud Milling
Monogram "0 Back 8 00
Koynl patent "0 eack 80
B.ofD.S. Back...... 05
They Said He Would Not
Live a Year
Perfectly Cured - No Catarrh Now
Hood's Did It.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass.:
"Gentlemen: It Klves me pleasure to certify
to the cfllcacy of Hood's Sarsaparllla In the case
of my fattier, who has suffered for years with
Heart Disease and Catarrh
In the head. Tho former grew worse every
day, and especially nt night tlmo. When tie
would He down a curious feeling would rise
around his heart nnd tils mil wmiM t ,,-, ,.
Ing for seconds. Ho could breathe well, hut all
the air ho could Inhalo did not seem to relievo
him. He would have to get up out of bed nnd
stir round until It wore off. WfliMm...,im,i
and our frlonda said ho would not llveajear.'
iiiuiiiiiijrpiijrsicinii prescribed several remo
dles.butnlltononv.ill. l-hniiv n i,i,vi,.u ...i
vised him to tako Hood's Sarsaparllla. He did
so, and before lie had taken one nottlo realized
that It was helping him. Ho has taken over
four bottles now, and Is not bothered any moro
with heart spells. Ho can sleep sound ns a
baby. Ho does not have, any moro trouble
with tho catarrh, and
Is Himself Once More.
no is M years old, and can ilo ns much work la
a day as any man of his age, slnai using Hood's
Sarsaparllla. You aro at liberty to publish this
for tho bcuellt of suffering humanity, for wo
can recommend Hood's Sarsaparllla to, ho nil
and mnruHinn Is chimed for It.1, M ss iAsnik
Wnr.Ki.Kii, Koui o, Missouri. Ml
Hood's Pills aro hand made, and perfect
In proportion nnd nppearancc. Mc. per box.
ami Anion AVilflnlt, i
uess under the llrm
nameof Avdeliiti ami
m. C Wlllbmson,
Ibenbovoiiiiiued dofendant M. O. U'llm.
soil, will take nptl. that on the 10 h ,, y
I'oliru try lM, Me above named tlittiuirT-t me
a petition In thu district court f Wet iter
eniinty,,Neliiska, against (ho mid dofen ,1; ut
Wlllli.iUMin tho oi ect and ini)cr of wl J ! ,iu
to ii'i'ovorfinm said ilefend.iiit the n loiint ,f
iirer talu prmiiissoij nole.for the sum of ja
dated at Denver . I'oKirndo, .hum Ihu ml iVaj
due In urie ih.y niter dalo paynblo 1 1 tli" o Uer
on snulMin, ai liieraie'oi' To pef rant ir an
iiiim from .nine uth, l:i, theri lieln.' nov .n n
on said noto nnd unpaid, thu Slid sum of Vho
with Inteir.Ht ihereo'n ar'ti,!, ratoof 'in per cm
per Huiium Ironi ml oth. day of .lime isni
, tt ' l1!',' "i'1'1 d-sfendaiit W illlaniHon, tuithcr
In tho nbovu entitled eauso in N,ild iCt h uv
an lil m itt titi l ft it It . ' IA k.,,1 . ,M"'
wi.l eonmv in win Iho Hoiih eaifr,, .mer' J, ,'
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AAUON 'Mii:r.TI. I'm
llffill J. DoBllS, ' ' "l'hlltl's
AUorntos'fjr plaintiffs. t,11 8-
now in stock.
We call your attention
to the fact thai our
stock is much
We quote here a few of
the many low prices
we have to offer :
w ail -r-
10, 12,15, 18, 20,
25c and up to $1 ,75
per double roll.
Note paper 5c, 10c
and locper quire.
Envelopes, all sizes
Box Paper, 10, 15,' 25
cts per box,
Tablets lc to 50c, each
Pencils, 5c, 10c, 25c,
40 and 50c per doz.
Remember our line of
stationery is complete
and prices lower than
ever. We also have
a large stock of
Price's always the low
Heath & Milligan's
Mixed Paints guar
anteed. PURE DRUGS.
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