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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1894)
. THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAV, MAY 4, 1894.
10 cents will buy a
"roll of nice wall
35cts will buy one of
the finest patterns in
C. L. GOTTING, Druggist.
FuM tins' of all
Pekin Corn Plows, Harrows,
Garland and Boss Gang Plows,
Yankee Sulkeya, Barlow Planters and Check Rowers, J. I
Case Liater, belt in the World.
F. V. TAYLOR,
i no furniture Man has
at ..! i . .. -
ui every conceivaDic uescnption.
Be sure and
Jar M. Us,
(Successor to S. E. Cosad.)
wm- .-a .-at. -aezgarrg grr-
He is prepared to furnish you with an elegant organ or bow
ing machine from $25 up.
He will make you most any terms to suit you.
Ho will do your repairing cheaply.
Headquarters for all kinds of supplies for machine repairs.
IN MY OLD STAND, OPPOSITE WIKNEIt's.
The City Restaurant and Confectionery
JOSEPH HERBURGER, Prop.
New Real Estate Flraa,
J. H. DAVIS & SON,
Loan and Insurance Agents.
Office with D. F. Traaaey, Moon Bloek
We hare located in Red
Cloud and will be pleated to
have people who desire to sell
their farms to call and Hat
their lands with us as we
have eastern buyers.
Gall and see us.
J. II. DAVIS SON
The Webster County Mutual Protao
tion and Anti Horaa Tbiet aaaoolation
meats in Cowle,the laat Saturday of
M)b month, at 3 p. m,
tf Tnoa. Hqdcson, See.
2li cents will buy
something a little
White Lead and
Mixed Paints at
H. G. SCOTT,
e IttjjDierrjefjt JDeale,
klads of Para Mschlaerr, Specialties made ef
an clnborntc and unlimited,
see his stock of
Here's the Idea
Of the Non-pull-out Bow
The creat walch mer. Saves the watch
from thieves and Tails cannot be pulled off
the cue costs nothing extra,
firmly locking the
bow to the pendant,
ao that It cannot b
pulled or twitted off.
Can onJy be bad with cases
stamped w ith this trndc mail;.
aua. iwm I'llicu waicil WOSes arc
now fitted with this ijrcat bow (ring). They
look and wear like solid gold cases. Cost
only ubout half as much, and are Guaranteed
for twenty years, Sold only through watch
dealers Itcmcmber the name
!). TIII-.B tf4 a. m
NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
BRIEF BUT PITHY MENTION OF THE
HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK.
Newi Which Tell the Story at Seven Dy'
Crimea unit Cajuialtlri and Other Zmpor
tent Matter Arranged Attractively and
Glreu In a Few Word.
Cody'a Freah Supply of Indiana.
Rcshvillr, Nob., May 8. Two coach'
londs of Indians, a new supply for Cody's
WlldWeat, loft hero for New York.
Waverly Drngglst In TroabU.
WAVEnr.Y, Neb., April 28. Druggist
Vinning was charged with soiling llqnoi
without a Hcenso. His case was con
tinned one week.
Acquitted of the dure.
Lexinoton, Neb., April 80. Tha trial
of W. R. Frye for tho'Dawson county
Dome ana postoflloo burglary was fin'
ished, resulting in a verdict of not
Arreatcd Cattle Hustler.
Chadho.v, Nob., April 1;0. Sheriffs
Dew of Sioux county and Moses of Hot
Springs 8. D., arrested two cattle rust
lers 20 miles northwest of Harrison,
Nob. They nro George Cobb and James
Northwestern Fair Association.
Sioux City. In.. Mny a. Delegate!
from nearly 100 counties in northwest
Iowa, southwest Minneapolis, South Da
kota and northern Nebraska aro here
holding a meeting to perfect the organi
zation of tho Interstate Fair association.
Captured a Forger.
Nkmubka City, Nob., April 80.
Sheriff Hubcrlo returned from Harvard,
Nob., having in custody S. A. Qlvens,
who is wanted on a charge of forgery
committed in Syracuso in 1803. Ho was
bound over to await the action of tho dis
Faulty Horned lib IJttU Slater.
Waiaacb, Nob., April 80. Whilo
Oeorgo Straus9 and his wife wore mak
ing garden a fow rods from their house
their little boy got hold of a box of
matches, sotting flro to bis little K-year-old
sister's clothes. She died a few hours
Natural due at Casper.
CruDBON,Nob April 0. Thero is
great rejoicing in Cospor, Wyo. In two
of tho oil wolls in that vicinity, wolls
Nos. 2 and 4, natural gas appeared sim
ultaneously. They havo only been
pumping oil nbout a month and this has
liberated tho gas.
Treeldent of State V. C. T. C. Married.
Fremont, Nob., April 80. Mrs. M. A.
Hitchcock, president of tho State
Women's Christina Temperance nnlon,
was married at tho rosidenco of hpr
daughter, Mrs. P. E. Lombard, to Mr.
Wilson W. Wakolln of Nemaha county.
Rev. H. W. Toto officiating.
Reduced Salarlei Oonerally.
Grand Island, Nob., April 28. Tho
city council, at a lively meeting, modo a
reduction in salaries amounting toil, 940
per yoar. Councilmen's salaries wore re
duced $100 each. Tho salaries of the
polico judgo, chief engineer and city
cierK wore eacn reduced f 100.
Nebraska Creamery Men Meet.
Hastinos, May 2. A delegation of
creamery mou from Sutton, Harvard,
Fairmont, Dlue Hill, Falrflold, Daven
port, Hebron, Snporior. Minden. York.
Aurora and Hastings met hero for con
sultation and' transaction of treneral
Father Corbett'a Contempt Case.
Plattbuoutii, Nob., May 8. In the
contempt caso against Father Corbott
tho prosecution asked loavo to illo
an amended petition. It was granted
and Fathor Corbett given until Tuesday
next to answer. Fathor Corbott held
sorvico at Palmyra on Sunday.
Killed In B Saw Mill.
Table Rock, Nob., May 2. A terri
ble accident hnptwned hero. William J.
Drock was at work nbout tho circular
saw in Feller's fence- factory and foil on
or was caught by tho huw nnd literally
sawed to plociw. Ho was 45 years old
and leaven a wifo and two children.
Omaha Car Llnna Wero Blocked.
Omaha, April HO. In nn effort to en
force collection of a jndgmont for $5,000
for personal iujurite two of tho principal
street cur lint wero blocked in the cen
ter of tho city for four hours by tho
sheriff, who lovicd on tho trnlns as fast
as they camo up to tho junction of Six
teenth nnd Fnrnam streets.
A Juror Arre.tod For the Crime.
South Omaha, April 27. The coro
nor's jury decided that the fire which
burned tho Leo hotel on tho morning of
tho 21st, in which J. E. Swift lost his
lifo, was of incendiary origin. J. W.
Dlako and Nick Martin aro charged with
tho crime, and aro undor arrest, Mar
tin was a momber of tho Jury.
Lincoln Induetrlala Secure Work.
Omaha, May 8. A Bpocial from Lin
coln snys: Tho superintendent of tho
Burlington road offered employment to
all members of Colonel Doffs company
of the industrial army. Sixteen accepted
the offer, and woro given transportation
to Montana. Thoy will work on an ox
tension of tho road and will bo paid $1.40
per day. Efforts aro being mado to or
ganixo an army in Omaha. A mass
meeting was held for thnt purpose Tues
day night. About 300 men agreed to
join and march to Washington.
INTEREST WILL BE DEFAULTED.
Foreclosure of Oregon Railway and liavl
gallon Company' Mortgage Probable.
Omaha, May a, Tho Boo says that
thero is nn extremo probability that tho
interest on tho Oregon Railway and
Navigation company's mortgago es and
6s will bo defaulted for Decomber. This
will bring about foreclosure proceedings.
This is based on information privately
received concerning tho nature of the re
port mado by tho roprosentotivoa of tho
foreign bondholders of tho Oregon Rail
way and Navigation company, Messrs.
Dougherty and Cook. Those geatlemen
went over tho ground vary thoroughly la
January and havo roportad, ao the story
Jf aavorieiy to Us UgiPfcttc, The
I Docs Net Cost Atirthlns;
To try Parks' Bare Cure A speclflo
Aure ot ail diseases peculiar to women.
Ssk yoar drngglst onr guaranteed plan,
col by O. L. Cottlng.
Agent: Is tho master of tho houso at
homo? Cook: Yes; I nm nt homo.
'Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke
Your Lire Awny."
The truthful, startling titlo of a book
about No-to-bac, tho only harmless, guar
anteed tobacco-habit cure. If you want
to quit and can't, "No-to-bac'
Braces up nicotinizod nerves, eliminates
nicotine poisons, makes weak men gain
strength, weight and vigor. Positive
cure or monoy refunded. Sold by O. L.
Book at druggists, or mailod free.
Address The Sterling Remedy Co.,
Chloago office, 45 Randolph St., Naw
It is believed that etorj havo much
woaker influonco over women than thoy
havo ovor bald-headed mon.
J. W. Hailey of Batavia, N. T , Condue
to oa M. Y. O. Railway, and one of the
best kaowa msa on the road says of Parks
Tea: For tea years I have found aotbing
of lasting value. Ilenring so many talk
ing of Parks' Tea I tried tt without mueh
hope. Tha first dosa moved my bowels
easily aid sow I am cured. It works
like magi. Sold by O. L. Cottlng.
There's an enduring sympathy botween
the small boy and the growing woods.
He haa no desire to hurt them.
Cough! Cough! Cough!
If you want to, but if you desire to stop
et a bottle of Begg's Cherry Congh Syrnp
It will stop your congh in fivo minutes
Sold and warranted by Doyo & Or lee.
When a man accopts charity, some
ne is euro to say that he is not deeerv-
Bucklcn's Arnica Salvo.
The best salve in the world for outs,
bruises, sores, Ulcers, Salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chiliblalns,
corns, and all skin eruptions, nnd posi
tlvoly cores piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Cottlng. tf
Wo all ought to havo a good deal of
charity for worthless people
Why Do You Coughf
Do yon not know thnt Parks' Congh
Jyrnp will onre itT We guaranteed every
bottla. There are many Congh Byrnps
)ut we believe Parks' is the host and most
elisble. Bold by C. L, Cottlng.
It hi never hard to do tho fight thing
fter tho mind has been made up.
Hoggs' Cherry Cougli Syrup.
The greatest and best Congh Syrnp.
(t will relieve a oongh quioker, surer and
nore effectually than any thing on the
narket. Bold and warranted by Deyo &
Qrloe SSS Baft-ci---
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It is doubtful if God ever made a man
who could pleaso all his neighbors.
Afraid of Pneumonia.
Mrs. Catherine Black, of Le Roy. N. Y.
ook a seyers cold. The physician fear
d Pneumonia. She took one bottle of
Parks, Cough Byrnp and says: "It aeted
like majlo, Stopped my cough and I am
perfootly well now. I rcoomond it to
everyone for Throat and Lung Trouble
js I believed it saved my lifo." Bold by
C. L. Cottlng.
It takes a good deul of grace to bo a
?ood Christian with a big Income.
What makes a house a hornet The
motnsr well, the shildren rosy, the father
in good health and good humor. All
brought abont by the use ef DeWitt'a
Sarsaparilla. It recommends itself. O.
Ail sins promise to more than pay
moir way to begin with.iEvgQ
The Prettiest Girl In Town
Has been using ParkV Tea and aha anva:
"My complexion is very muoh improved.
mat mnady iook is all gone, I take
a onp of Parks Tea three nights a week,
tnd feel last ' elecrant." Sold h D. T.
A man with corna is naturally ill.
tempered, and that ia why ho doca not
itand woll with the community.
Nonpareil Hair Curler
Will keep the Hair in oorl the dampest
weather. Every bottle positivoy gnar
anteed by Deyo it Orice.
A close friend: Tho one who novor
londs you anything.
Fare blood means good health, Re
Inforoe it with DeWIU's Bareapnrilla. It
parities the blood, pures Eruptions, Ecze
ma, Scrotals and all diacases arising from
impure blood, It recommends itselt. O.
The richest uiun is tho o'no who can
rfvo away tbo moat
Small boy (aside) "Gee whiz,,' but those
Little Giant Fills take tho cake. Sold
and warranted by Peyo & Qrloe.
DeWitt'a ISarsararilla prepared for
oleansing the blood from impurities and
disease. It doet this and more. It builds
op and strengthens constitutions impair,
ed by disease. It recommends itself, O.
Tho man who fears tho light is always
ready to run from hia own shadow.
. i I.
Tho best fitting clothing on earth go
to tho Chicago Storo; olegant stock of
square cut coats, padded shoulders, vests
stiff breasts, correct in every particular.
No ono except us can ohow you such
goods. Chicago Storo.
It is a good thing for you to have
riches, but a bad thing for riches to
It At tAn AND
It Is Applied right to the parts. It cures all disoosos of women. Any
lady can use It herself. Sold by ALL DRUGGISTS. Mailed to any
address on reoeipt of $1.
For sale by L, Lotting. '
J. L. Miner,
Peoples Bank of Red Cloud,
Red Cloud, Nebraska,
Transact a General Banking Business,
Special attention given to Collections.
Banking Offioe in Miner Bros Storo.
.IRed Clodd Strain Landry,
-P. A. HANSEN. Proprietor.
First class work guarenteed In every particular.
N. E. ROBINSON,
PAINTER & PAPER HANGER
First class work a specialty. Prices reasonable.
Office first door south ot Chief with IV. F. all
See him before giving your order at It will bo to your Interest
Jno. B. Wright,
Dealer in Secoqd-Ffaiid Goods
Moon JBIoeJe, Red Cloud,
PLATT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
RED CLOUD, NEB. .
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
LUMBE Ran AL,
Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Jos. G. J-iolcon?b,
-PROPRIETOR OP THE-
Holland House Livery Stable,
Has the bait rigs in the city and the most reasonable pridos.
our orders solicited and fair treatment guaranteed. Bam
North of tha Holland House.
SMITH & CO.,
mvw -BAY iiim
Orders promptly filled. "Sour patronage soliolted
JT. C. WARNER,
Real - Estate - and - Emigration - Agent.
Rkd Cloud, AVehsteu County, Nxukaska.
Wo have some of the cheapest and best lands in tho stnto for Balo.
colIeectlonB and pay taxes for non-residents.
Ofllco Corner Wcbstor St and llh Avenue
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