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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1894.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Page V-Lito of General Washington.
, Educatlonol News.
" 2 Nowb of Nebraska.
" 3-r-County Correspondence.
11 d-Public School Entertalnmont.
Departure of Rev. Ely.
' City News.
" 5 General City Nowb.
G A True Ghost story.
A Modorn Way of Moving.
. Genoral Mlscollany.
7T-RepuUo of Coxey.
Great Northern strike settled.
' Rlota in Cleveland.
Sovereign Throat ens.
Told in fow words.
8 Women in Business.
Work of National Law Makers.
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Foi kalsomining boo P. P. Iladloy,
Soo thoeo new refrigerators at Wright's
Go and soo the bargain shoo counter
Soo Mrs. Rich for lino millinery, prices
way down low.
Miner Bros, shippod throo car loads of
hogs this week.
Rov.Putman and family left Saturday
for Ogdon, Utah.
Anyono wishing a good cornet cheap
call at this oflico.
Call at tho Wogmann gallory and soo
tamplos of his work.
Go and got ono of those fine Paris
rimmed hats at Mrs. Rich's.
3. M. Milligan has addod his name to
Groat Family Weekly. Still they
Jno. Saladen recoivod a telegram to go
to Nebraska City on Saturday, that his
aunt was not expected to live
More goods aro being sold for a dol
lar at tho Chicago Clothing Store than
any whero else in this country.
Curt Evans has every thingyou want in
tho second-hand f urnituro lino, Seo him
Bluo Front, Bouth Webster street.
The social danco at the 1. 0. 0. F. hall
ono week ago last Thursday ovening is
reported as being a very happy ovent.
Henry C. Richmond of tho Plaits
mouth Herald was in Rod Cloud a few
days this week visiting with old frionds.
Romembor that when cleaning houeo
81.00 will buy onough wall papor to pa
por an ordinary bod room. Deyo Si
DonniB Lindsey has perforated 300
foot of rock on the Griffith farm wost of
the city. "Howlfirm a foundation" otc,
During tho school ontortainment last
week a small poeket book was found
and is in our possession, which the
owner can have by calling nt this office.
, The managers of the opora houso
Bhould put a stop to tho outragoous
whistling in tho oporu houso every time
thero is an entertainment. It ib very
Cheapest suits over shown now ready
for you every suit at lowest prices, work
manship best in the country and boat
fitting goods ovor brought to tho city
Chicago Clothing Storo.
Our correspondents Bhould not forget
our prizes offered for tboir benefit Thoy
aro as follows. To the one who gets in
the most contributions during tho yoar
receives $3 in cash; the socond 2, and
the third 81. We want you all to make
II A. Pallistor, tho renowned lecturer,
will spoak in tho Christian church on
May 11. 18tl. on the subject of "Martin
Luthor." This gentleman has some
very oxcollont prose notices of his loc
tures. On tho Sunday following ho will
occupy tho pulpit of tho Christian
Tho editor of this paper wants it dis-
tinstly understood that he is not a rela
tive of tho old Sioux chief, Red Cloud.
Every time the pesky route agents get a
lottor addressed to "Chief Red Cloud,"
thoy throw it to tho editor of tho Rod
Cloud Chivy, which causes us many
anxious moments and somo great disup
p )intments,botoro we can docido whothor
tho lottor is a dun or contains monoy.
Thoro aro many funny things in this
world, A man told us Saturduy that he
had lived in Webstor county soventeon
years, find within three hours drive of
lied Cloud, and sold his first load of
hoes horo Inst Saturday. Surely Red
Cloud is growing in prominonco as n
markot. Miner Uros. bought tno
flint's tbo wav to bu Id UD a
turn, mnitn it an ouiugl ior doouio 10
, C come horo and trade,
Uoneuln Oxford, tat. tin.
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unora 8Hiers, Sl.oo, $i.is, SI.80.
We Imvc nlso n Iarj?e Hue of
ft cheaper lino of Women's ntnt Mlsics
Oxfords running In prico from
65c to $1.00.
We are pleased to show our Roods.
Prico our wnlj pnpor. Doyo & Grico.
L C. Olmetcad has moved to Inavulo.
Every body buys thoir fnehionaBlo
hats of Mrs. Rich.
Wionor hns put in a bargain shoo
counter. Call and soo it.
Go nnd seo Calmes for all kinds
broad, cakes, candies, Ac.
Any ono in nood of carriage painting
should call on F. P. Iladloy.
N.W. Kingsland, was out west this
weok in behalf of his firm.
Go to J. B. Wright's for fine now nnd
socond hand goods, Moon block.
Now designs in gasolino stoves that
beat the world at W. W. Wright's.
3TFrm for sale I will tnko city
property for part pay. V. Williams.
Irving Cummings and Goorgo J. Ouor
ing jr., wont to Kansas City, this wook.
Miss Rogers, tho export trimmer, of
Now York is at Mrs Rich's millinery
. Two pair of pants with each suit and
cap to match, thoy aro bargins. Chicago
You can buy shoes at two-thirds tho
original prico at Wioner's bargain shoe
You havo put it off. too long but call
at tho Wegmann gallory at onco and he
will mako you tho finest photos you ever
Wanted. Ladies to ubo somo vory
nice perfume. Some new and vory ox
quisit odors Just received. Deyo &
Shea Si Turnuro havo just received a
car load of ohoico Northern, Beauty's
and Hebron potatoes. Thoy aro flno for
table or seod.
Everything in hats just roceived all
tho now stylos and colors; elegant lino of
childrons caps; all tho now novelties at
tno Cnicago store.
Mr. Humo a R. P. O. agent was in the
city this woek visiting with his
friond Cox, tho handsome clork in
Wionor's clothing storo.
Remembor our childrons clothing is
cheaper and better mado than over. Re
inforced seats and knoos, elegant pattorns
and low prices. Chicago Clothing Coin
pony. When you get ready to buy childron
clothing come and seo us look at our
combination suits extra pair of pants
ond cap given with overy suit. Chicago
Clark Stevenson is playing In hard
luck. His little boy aocidontly set his
barn on fire Sunday, causing n total loss
of 200 with no insurance. He had for
tunatoly turned his stock out just a
few minutes before.
A. J. Clute, at ono time editor of a de
funct democratic paper in this city, was
in Red Cloud Sunday. Ho takes Hon.
P.W. Shea's pluce as salesman' on tho
road, while Mr. S. will remain at homo
to look nttor his grocery business.
We had tho ploasuro of mooting Mr.
Bennott this week, tbo expert civil engi
neer who lately moved hero from
Lincoln. Any ono wishing land survey
od will find
Mm reauy wun
all of tho
instruments for that
Miss Clara McClintoo of Riverton, was
visiting in Rod Cloud this woek. Whon
alighting from tho buggy she droppod
her watch and did not miss it for a halt
hour. On returning to the place whoro
she got out of the buggy on 4th Avenue
she found it
It is being suggested tnat our city
dads pass an ordinance donating tho
city water to tho people. It is a good
suggestion. Thon every ono that is will
ing to go to tho exponBo of putting in
tho tops could have water without
f urthor cost.
Our Competitor, Geo. J. Warren, who
has served tho public as postmaetor for
the last four years, has made an excep
tionally good officer. Ho has always
aimod toTtcep tho oflico open all hours
and othorwiso accomodated tho public
No matter who tho postmtstor is there
will always bo tomo ono to llnd fault, but
with all that he has dono his dnty and
and mado a first-class officor.
Tho following is an itemized account
nf .wlint It cost Justice West to attend
tho entertainment Saturday ovening,
just bocauso ho wont into tho oporn
house at 4 o'clock to got a seat: Ticket
10 conte; fans, 10 corns; papers to read,
10 cents; boy to bring supper, 15 cents;
new pair of pants, 17.00; to say nothing
of all tho pain it rest him; but he said
bo had a soat and iiaw the show.
John Wilhehnson wna in tho city this
O. S. Crano of Exotor woe in the city
Mr. Isoni of Guido Rook was in tho
city this week.
loo Dnudorund is tho happy pnpa of n
littlo bnby boy.
J. W. Edward of Orleans was in tho
city this week.
Tho Rlvcrtnn Guard hns been sold by
C. W. Daggett.
D. D. Morrow of Bladon was in tho
city thin week.
Alex Stownrt of Wymoro was in tho
city this weok.
F. P. Hndlor, tho painter, was in Su
perior this weok.
U. U. Clnypool of Orlonna was in Red
R. V. Wheeler was up from Norton,
John Simpson was down from Bluo Hill
tho first of tho woek.
Mrs. L. Horry of Republican City was
in tho city Saturday.
M. R. Bontloy loft for Holdrcgo
Monday on business.
F. W. McLaughlin of Bladon was on
our streets this weok.
Prof. Hondncka says, "Send mo tho
Groat Family Wookly."
Col. Wilder, spociol pension oxnminor
wus In tho city this weok.
Mr. I). Ewin of South Omaha was in
Red Cloud Inst Saturday.
Tho granddaughter of A. J.Carey, has
gone to Cortland on n visit
Tho alloys must bo cleaned up. So
sujb tho now marshal. Good.
Mrs. R. P. Martin of Bluo Hill was a
guest of C. J. Pope's this woek.
This wook tho intorior of D. StofTer's
barber shop has boon nicely rofittod.
J. Murphy camo forth this wook with
a big.dollar for The Chief. Thanks.
The, "Droam of Fair Womon," to bo
given May ltb, is postponed indefinitely.
Wm. Irons, tho Inavalo lumber man
was in Rod Cloud Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Wm. Josslyn and children of
Orleans nro visiting in tho city this weok.
Fred Polz and Iva Sltelton were guests
of Charloy Robinson and wife this weok.
Lost A trace to work harness. Finder
will confer a favor by loaving it at this
Nathan Kingsland has purchosedthat
well known mare, Col. Patterson from
Mrs. Saulsbury of Lengmont, Colo
rado is visiting with her daughtor, Mrs.
L. G. Graham.
Young Godwin of Cowles, who was re
ported killed by a wreck; west, was only
Albert Payne of Oskaloosa, Iowa, an
old friond of E. P. Bolton, was visiting
in mo city iuib weetc.
Tho llro alarm system from the depot
up town has been broken, and It ought
to be repaired at onco.
Why pay 03 cents for one bale of hay
whon you can buy two bales for C5 cents
of tho Red Cloud Produco Co.
Go to McNitt for your Mammoth
Clover, Gorman Millot'and Whito Rus
sian outs it you want good seed.
Tho B. &. M., has organizod a spring
excursion of land seekers, to take placo
tho 8th nnd 20th of this month.
Frank Pottorono of tho handsome ed
itors of tho Plattsmeuth Herald, was in
Kcd (Jlouu tins woetc on business.
John Poyer of Cowles, who has been
on an oxtondod trip to Fort Worth, Tex.,
for two wooks, returned last Friday.
Jos Barnes, brother of Z. Barnes, has
gone to Lincoln, where ho has taken n
position with the Wells Furnace Si Co.
Mr. ond Mr. E. A Hadoll, parents of
our popular drygoods merchant, returned
to tins city v ruiny evening
to toko up
thoir future residence
Elinor Simons, who is prosiding over
tho destinies ot Doc wells rarm, noar
Cowles. was 23 yoars old on the 27th,
ami about foity young folks ot that
neighborhood guve him a grand surprise
Minor Bros, are in receipt this wook
ot n pair ot horns, takon from a South
American steer nt Kansas City, pre
sented by Vernor Si Scroggins ot that
placo. Tho horns moasuro six foet and
four inches from tip to tip.
On last Friday ovoning C. B. Crone
and wifo entortainod a large number of
young folks at thoirploasnnt and beau
tiful homo on west Fourth avenue. Mr.
nml Mrs. Crono are noted for their en
tertaining qualities nnd tho young folks
all report u most uujuyuuiu uvomug wuu
The new city council convenou on
Wednesday, with Mayor Roby at tho
holm. Attor much routlno work tbo
counlcl ndjourned. Tho mayor's ap
nnlntmonts woro as follows. For ensin-
oor and water commissioner, Harvey
Vincent; city marshal and stroot commis
sioner, ChoB. Winfrey. Tho new officers
nre well known to tho Rod Cloud publio
and will no doubt givo satisfaction.
On Wednesday night Night Patrol
man Mlllor caught onto a nest of ''soiled
doves" and puliod thorn. In thoir com
,,rmv wng also found two mon who woro
arrOBlOU Will Ull wmu wouu uuiuiu
Squire West Thursday morning, whero
thoy onterod a plea of guilty. Tho mon
woro sontonceii to ton days in jail on
1. .1 .1 1 I i.i hi.. Inlf nn iiaFaha
broad and water and tue women dis
charged. Thoy gavo their names a foi
lows: Jack Pardy, Henry Davis, Sadie
Litinington, Bird Roger and said they
came from Kansas,
Ed Kellogg wiib In Kansas City this
J. C. Warner was in Lincoln this
J. G.llotchklss was down from Bladen
Miss Haltio Ihiunoy is homo from
Row J. Seat dopartcd to Missouri,
Mrs. Isaac Hummel of Inavnlo is In tho
city this weok.
A. L. Hildrotli of Cowlos WjW in tho
city this wook.
Mr. Delhthoydo of Bluo Hill wrb in
city this week.
A. Morhnrt returned from Lincoln
Myrtle Jones was visiting in Red
Cloud this wook.
Mrs. P. W. Shea is sick in St. Josoph
with tho measles.
E. H. Marshall of Bloomlngton wob in
tho city this woekv
F. E. Goblo is visiting his family in
tho city this woek.
Now is tho tlmo to call on
nnd have your picture takon.
Dennis Finn has taken a position with
Odoll Moushang on tho farm.
Romomber that McNitt koops both
tho top and bottom onion sots.
Rev. Putmnn rotnrnod from a business
trip to Lincoln Friday ovoning,
Wm. Mend, editor of the Oborlin
Times was in Red Cloud this week.
Rev. Piatt of FrBnklin will speak in
tho Congregational church Sunday.
Nover borrow troublo, but rather bor
row monoy. It is easier to get rid of.
C. M. Calmes and wifo returned last
Friday from a trip to Omaha and Lin
coln, A. P. Hull and son Wilbur havo ro
turned from KanioB, whoro thoy woro
Mrs. Low Clnpp returned from Wy
more Wednesday, whoro she has beon
visiting her daughtor.
There seoms to bo a numbor of travel
ing Bowing mnchine -fakoa in the city.
Give your work to homo men.
Irving Cummings wns in Kansas City
this woek, whore ho attended tho ship-
mont ot somo hogs of Miner Bros.
At tho council mooting Wednesday
night, saloon licenses wero issued to
Morris Stern, John Polnicky and N.
Goo. B. Holland, for somo years past
proprietor of tho Holland Houso. loft
Thursday for Hot Springs, Ark., where
he will reside in tho future.
Dr. Moranvllle left Tuesday morning
for an oxtonded visit ta Donver, Ogdon
and other portions of Utah and Colorado.
Ho takes tno trip for rest and recreation.
Grandpa Coon and wifo of Republican
City, former residents ot this city, who
have beon in St. Joe visiting their son,
were in tho city this wook on their way
Rev. J. B. Boat, a vory ploasant gentle
man of Darlington, Missouri, occupied
tho pulpit in the Baptist church last
Sunday. Ho is n vory forcible divlno
and will probably be called hero to
Frank Pottor. ono ot the editors of tho
Plattsmouth Herald whilo visiting in
the city, walked too close to tho Repub
lican river, and making a mistop fell in
to tho water. Tho joko is on Frank but
wo shall not tell it
Soe MrB. Rich for your millinery. Sho
has a flno lino ot French pattern hats
that cannot be excelled and she Is soil
intr them vory cheap. Sho hns also
lin? of 81.00 hats that she ib soiling for
25 cents. Soo hor before you buy.
List ot letters remaining uncallod for
at postoffico in Rod Cloud for tho week
ending May 3, 1804: n m n .
Miss Evn Bnrker, S. W. Roof,
Thcso lotters will bo sent to tho dead
lottor oflico May 18. 1891, if not called
for boforo.FiiANK W. Cowuen, P M.
Mr. Joseph Gorber, ropubllcon con
gressional committeeman, occompaniod,
by Messrs M. R. Bentloy nnd John R
Wllli-nx. woro in Holdrctro this weok at
tending a session ot the republican con
gressional committee. The convention
was called for August 9lh nt Holdrege.
Mr. nnrlinr ronorts ovorv thine very har
monious and enthusiusm running high.
Tho City Bathing Pnrlors, situnted on
Wobster stroot, in tho building known
as tho Sleeper building, aro now open
and ready for business. Clnronce Jones,
the proprietor, has expended consider
able time and monoy to complete tho ar
rangements, and has tho rooms nicely
linod insldo, making everything look
neat aiid cozy. It is a flno place, suit
able for hot or cold bathe, and we pro -diet
a good patronage tor the City Bath
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
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You can buy all kinds of
For that kind of
Our prices are as
Dry Goods House
We have received a full line of the
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are the best and they fit
Special bargains in Summer Corsets,
Special values in New Wool Dress Goods
Hosiery, also Nice Line of Men's Shirts
At Bargain Prices !
Lace Curtains from 25c and upwards,
Ingrain Garpcts from 25c and upwards.
Window shades on Spring Rollers only 25c
G. A. Ducker & Co.
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