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yilE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1894.
10 cents will buy a
roll of nice wall
35cts will buy one of
the finest patterns in
C. L. COTTING, Druggist.
H. C. SCOTT,
Tije Iirfjpieirjeijt JDealef,
Full lint of all kinds of Fsrra Machinery, Specialties made of
Pekin Corn Plows, Harrows,
Garland and Boss Gang Plows,
Yankee Sulkeys, Barlow Planters and Check Rowers, J. I
Cm Liiter, best in the World.
! r ta.vt ira ...
a v . irri j-oVjl, fit
The furniture Man has nn elaborate nnd unlimited JJJ
of every conceivable description. .-
.J&Ufnre and see
(Successor to S. E. Cosad.)
He iB prepared to furnish you with an elegant organ or sew
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, OPI'OSITL WIlINEU's.
The City Restaurant and Confectionery
JOSEPH HERBURGER, Prop.
New Real Estate Flra.
J. H. DAVI8 & SON,
. Real Estate,
Loan Bnd Insurance Agents.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Office with D. F. Turnkey, Moon Blook
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 aa we
have eastern buyers.
Gall and see us.
JT. II. DAVIS SON
The Webster County Mutual Protoo.
tion and Antt Horse Thief assoolatiou
aneta ia Oowles.the Inst Saturday of
eh month, at 2 p. hi,
tf Titos. Hobosow, Sec.
12 cents will buy
something a little
White Lead and
Mixed Paints at
his stock of
Here's the Idea
Of the Non-pull-out Bow
The creat watch saver. Saves the watch
from thieves and falls cannot be pulled oft
the case costs nothing extra.
bow to thi pendant,
o that it cannot bt
pulled or twitted off.
Can on!v be had ith eases
stamped u ith this trndc mark.
Jas. Boss Pilled Watcli Cases are
now fitted with lliis treat bow (riiifc). They
look and wear like solid gold cases. Cost
only oIkjuI half as much, and are guaranteed
for twenty years. Sold only through watch
dealer Remember the name
news of Nebraska;
BRIEF BUT PITHY MENTION OF THE
HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK.
Nawa Whlcli Tflll tlio Story or fteren Days'
Crime nml Citiimltles nnd Other Impor
tant Mailers Arranged Attractive!? and
Olven In a Vew Words.
Cody's Frli Supply of Indians.
Ruhiiville, Nob., Mny U. Two coach,
lontla of Indians, a now Bupply for Cody 'i
Wild West, loft hero for New York.
Waveriy Druggist In Tronbtc.
Waverly, Nob., April 28. Druggist
Vinnlng was charged with selling llquoi
without a license. Ills case wu con
tinued one week;
Acquitted of tha Charge.
Lexington, Neb,, April 80. The trial
of W. R. Fryo for the Dawson county
bank nnd postofflco burglary was fin
ished, resulting in a verdict of not
Arrested Cattle Hustlers.
CiiADnoN, Nob,, April HO. Sheriffs
Dow of Sioux county and Moses of Hot
Springs S. D., arrested two cattle rust
lers 20 miles northwest of Harrison,
Nob, They nro Oeorgo Cobb and James
Northwestern Fair Association.
Sioux City. In., May a. Dolegatos
from nearly 100 counties in northwest
Iowa, Bouthwest Minneapolis, South Da
kota and northern Nebraska aro hero
holding a meeting to perfect the organi
zation of tho Intcrstato Fair association.
Captured a Forger.
Nkiihaska City, Neb., April 80.
Sheriff Hubcrlo returned from Harvard,
Nob., having in custody S. A. Oivcns,
who is wanted on a chargo of forgory
committed In Syracuso in 1803. Ho was
bound over to nwnlt tho action of the dis
Fatally Uurnod Ills Little- Sister.
Wauace, Neb., April 80. Whilo
George Strauss and his wifo wero mak
ing garden a fow rods from their houso
their little boy got hold of a box of
matches, setting flro to his little -year-old
sister's clothes. She died a fow hours
Natural Cue at Caapor.
Ciiadron, Nob., April HO. Thoro Is
groat rejoicing in Casper, Wyo. In two
of tho oil wells in that vicinity, wolls
Nos. 3 and 4, nntural gas appeared sim
ultaneously. They havoonly b$cn
pumping oil nbout ft. month and this has
liberated tho gas.-'
rrjaWcnTof htato W. C. T. U. Married.
I -Fremont, Nob., April 00. Mrs. M. A.
Hitchcock, president of tho State
Women's Christian Tomporanoo union,
was married at tho residence of her
daughter, Mrs. P. E. Lombard, to Mr.
Wilson W. Wnkelin of Nomaha county,
Rov. H. W. Tate officiating.
Reduced Salaries Oonerally.
Grand Inland, Nob., April 28. The
city council, nt a lively mooting, mado a
reduction in salaries amounting tof.1,240
por year. Councilman's salaries woro re
duced $100 each. Tho salaries of tho
polico judgo, chlof engineer and city
clerk wero each reduced flOO.
Nebraska Creamery Men Meet.
Hastinos, May 2. A delegation of
creamery men from Sutton, Harvard,
Fairmont, Bluo Hill, Fairfield, Daven
port, Uobron, Suporior, Mindon, York,
Aurora and Hastings met hero for con
sultation and transaction of general
Father Corbett'a Contempt Case.
Plattsmouth, Nob., Muy 2. In tho
contempt case against Father Corbett
tho prosecutiou asked leave to filo
an nmended petition. It was granted
and Father Corbett given until Tuesday
next to answer. Fathor Corbett held
sorvico at Palmyra on Sunday.
Killed In a Saw Mill.
Taiilk Rock, Nob., May 2. A torrl
bio accident happened horo. William J.
Drock was at work about tho circular
saw in Feller's fenco factory nnd foil on
or was caught by tho saw and literally
sawed to pieces. Ho was 4ft years old
and leave n wifo and two children.
Omaha Car Lines Woro Itloeked.
Omaha, April iJO.In au effort to en
forco collection of a judgment for 15,000
for personal injuries two of tho principal
street car lines wero blocked in tho cen
ter of tho city for four hours by tho
sheriir, who lovlcd on tho trains its fast
as they camo up to tho junction of Six
teenth nnd Faruam streets.
A Juror Arrested For the Crime.
South Omaha, April 27. Tho coro
ner's jury decided thnt tho flro which
burned tho Leo hotol on tho morning of
tho 21st, in which J. E. Swift lost his
life, was of incendiary origin. J. W.
Dlako nnd Nick Martin aro charged with
the crime, and nro under arrest. Mar
tin was a mombcr of tho jury.
Lincoln Industrial Secure Work.
Omaha. Mnv 13. A mwelnl frnm T.in.
coin says: Tho superintendent of tho
Burlington road offered employment to
all members of Colonel Duff's company
of the industrial army. Sixteen accepted
the offer, and woro iHvon trnnRnnrfnMnn
to Montana, Thoy will work on an ox-
tension or tno roan ana will bo paid f 1.40
per day, Efforts aro being mode to or
ganize an army in Omaha. A mass
meeting was hold for that purposb Tnes-
uay mgur. a none uuu men agreed to
join and march to Washington,
INTEREST WILL BE DEFAULTED.
Foreclosure of Oregon Hallway and Navi
gation Company's Mortgage Probable.
Omaha, May , The Beo says that
there is an extromo probability that tho
interest on the Oregon Railway and
Navigation company's mortgage 0s and
0s will bo defaulted for December. This
will bring about foreclosure proceedings.
This is based on information privately
received concerning tho naturo of the re
port mado by tho representatives of tho
foreign bondholders of tho Oregon Rail
way and Navigation company, Messrs.
Dougherty and Cook. These geatleinen
went over tho ground very thoroughly in
January and have reported, so the story
,$m, adversely to tk,UslejPctIo. The
I Docs Not Cost Anything
To try Parks' Hnro Cure. A. speotflo
Anre of all diseases r uoulinr to women.
Ssk your druggist onr guaranteed plan,
oole by C. L. Cotting.
Agent: Is tho master of tho houso at
heme? Cook: Yes; I ntn at homo.
"Don't Tobitcco Spit or Smoke
Your Life Awny."
The truthful, (startling title of a book
about No-to-bac, tho only harmless, guar
anteed tobacco-habit cure. If you want
to quit and can't, use "No-to-bac1
Braces up nlcotinizod nerves, eliminates
nicotine poisons, makes weak msn gain
strength, wolght and vigor. Positive
cure or money refunded. Sold by O. L,
Book at druggists, or mailed fret.
Addresa Tho Sterling Remedy Co.,
Chicago office, 45 Randolph St., New
York, 10 Spruce St.
It is believed that stori haro much
woaker influenco over women than thoy
have over bald-headod mon.
J. W. Hailoy of Safaris, N. T., Conduo
to on N. Y. O. Railway, and one of tha
best known men on the road snys of Parks
Tea: For tea years I have fonnd nothing
of lasting value. Iteming so many talk
ing of Parks' Tea I tried tt wlthont ranch
hope. The first dose moved my bowels
easily aad now I am cured. It works
like msgle. Sold by O. L. Cotting.
IThoro'a an enduring sympathy botwoen
tho small boy and the growing weeds.
He has no desiro to hurt them.
Cough! Cough! Cough!
If yon want to, bat if you desire to stop
set a bottle of Delia's Cherry Connh SvniD
It will stop yonr congh in flvo minutes
aoia and warranted by Doyo & Urico.
When a man accopts charity, Bomo
no is fiuro to say that he is not dosorv
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in tho world for cuts,
uruises, sores, ulcers, unit rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chillblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, nnd posi
tivoly cores piles, or no pay requirod. It
iB guaranteed to oivo perfect satisfaction
or monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
uox. xorinie oyuoiung, tr.
Wo all ought to havo a good deal of
chanty for worthless people
s s i
- Why Do You Cough?
Do you not know that Parks' Cough
tyrup will our itT We guaranteed every
lottle. There are many Cough Syrups
mi we neueve tarns' is the boat and moat
eliable. 8old by C. L. Cotting.
It is never hard to do tho right thing
fter tho mind has been made up.
Bcggs' Cherry Cough Syrup.
The greatest and best Cough Syrup.
t Will relieve a OOnirh nlllnVnr aiirn. nn.l
nore effectually than any thing on tho
'" ooia una warranted by Deyo &
Qriee' x.- .-.
W jajt.r-w i
It is doubtful it God evor made a man
who could pleaso all his nolghbors.
i i m m i i
Afraid or Pneumonia.
Mrs. Catherine Black, of Le Itoy, N. Y.
OOk a Severe COld. Tha nlivatnlnn foo.
d Pneumonia. She took one bottle of
Parka. Cotloh Rvrnn nn.l iv. Ilti .i.l
like majio, Stopped pay eough and I am
pencowy wen now. i reoomend it to
everyone for Throat and Lung Trouble
is I believed it saved my life." Sold by
u. u. vuuiug.
It takes a good deul of grace to bo a
?ooa unnsuan with n big Income.
What makes a honsa a hnm? Tha
mother well, tha ahlldren rosy, the father
in good health and good humor. All
brought about by tha use of DoTTitt's
aaraaparuis. ii reoommeuds llseir. C.
All sins promiso to more than pay
thoir way to begin with.'gET3ISSSSm
The Prettiest Girl In Town
Has been using Parks' Tea and she says:
"My complexion is vory muoh improved.
That muddy look is all gone. I take
a eup of Parks Tea three nights a week,
And feel just ' elegant." Sold by O. L
A man with corna is naturally 111
tempered, and that is why ho does not
itand well with the community.
Nonpareil Ilnlr Curler
Will keep the Hair in corl the dampest
weather Every bottle posltivey guar
anteed by Deyo A Qrice.
A closo friond: Tho ono who novor
lends you anything.
Pure blood means good health, Re
inforce it with DeWltt's Snrsaparilla. It
purifles tha blood( cures Eruptions, Eozs
ma, 8o(ofula"and all diseases arising from
impure blood. It reoommends itself. O,
Tho richest man is tho ono who can
zivo away the most without regretting
Small boy (aside) "Gee whiz,,' bnt those
Little Giant Pills tako the cake. Sold
and warranted by Deyo it Grice.
DeWltt's iBarsararilla prepared for
cleansing the blood from impurities and
disease. It does this and more. It builds
up and strengthens constitutions impair
ed by disease. It recommends itself. O.
Tho man who fears tho light ia always
ready to run from his own shadow.
Tho best fitting clothing on earth go
to tho Chicago Storo; elegant stock of
square cut coats, pudded shoulders, vests
stiff breasts, correct in every particular.
No one except us can show you such
goods. Chicago Storo.
It is a good thing for you to havo
riches, but a bad thing for riches to
IS AS 8API AND
It la applied right to the porta It cures all diseases of women. Any
lady can use It herself: Bold by ALL DRUCrGISTS. Mailed to any
address on rooelpt of $1.
For sale by C L, Hotting. '
J. L. Miner, Hugh Miner, . "W. A. Sherwood
Peoples Bank of Red Cloud,
Red Cloud, Nebraska,
Transact a General Banking Business,
Special attention given to Collections.
Banking Office in
Ed Qoiid Steatti Laundry.
-P. A. HANSIN. Proprietor.
First claaa work guarenteed In every particular.
N. E. ROBINSON,
PAINTER & PAPER HANGER
First class work a specialty. Prlcsa reasonable.
Office first door aoutli ol Chief with W. F. Hull
co him before living your order as It will bo to your Interest
Jno. B. Wright,
Dealer iv See&ld-Bfard Goods
Moon BJoch, Red Cloud,
PLATT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
MTMBE RAM) r,)AL,
Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Jos. C. Hlcon?b,
PROPRIETOR OP THE
Holland House Livery Stable,
Has the beat rigs in the city and the moat reasonable prides.
Your orders solicited and fair treatment guaranteed. Ban
North of the Holland House.
SMITH & CO.,
mUMU sW. MmdZKLtlM MLQMJLMm
Orders promptly filled.
JT. C. WAJRNEll,
Real - Estate - and - Emigration - Agent.
Red Cloud, Wxiwtkii County, Nuukaska.
Wo have some of the cheapest and best lands in tho stnto for salo. Attend to
colloectlons and pay taxes for non-residents.
Office Corner Wcbstor t and Illi Avenue
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