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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1894)
TIIK KKSU OijOI'I) nilKK. KKJD M,Oil. NEBRASKA. FRIDAY, i)V 11), 1894.
Ducker's - Cash - Dry - Go
Commencing Saturday Morning, Oct. SOth.
We have received more special bargains in Dress Goods, Underweai
Come and see us. We can easily convince you that
-, Outing Flannels, Cotton Batting, Shoes, &c. Read our prices, 4
we can save you money on each and every purchase.
31 incb Henrietta at l'JJc.
30 inch Storm Sire at l.c
30 inch Hrocadcd l)re Good,
color, Nary Wue, at IS J.
30 inch Flannel Suiting at ISc.
30 inch Hftnmlt at 20c. Col.
or?, Navv lilur, llrown, Cardi
nal and Hind.
ft I inch Hroadcloth Cnisl cd
Kicking at ft'.Mc. These pood
arc good value at Sftc per yd.
Wo nto constantly on the
watch for t-p-eial bargains.
J 8 Pieces !
We Iw.vo placed 13 piece. of Dress
JijoiIh on titir center tables which
wo have marked lit nearly Imlf
the usual pi lees they nru Hold tit,
Forui-r pricts wer fit), (i.'i, 7fn
i, ml $1 t r d. Wo iiro ruing
to . II them for U.i, .l.i, l.i
mikI 07J-. Thin i" a pniu
b.irgmn mtl. teeing.
India Cahnicro nt 10c.
30 inch Covert ClotliH at 12Jc.
Mulhotihd Cayhmero at lOo.
Extra fine Satinc at lUJe,
wrlh dntiblo tho money.
Wo havo th nicest patterns
that arc undo in Calicoes and
Atliopcrjd. Worth double
Anothor lot nt 8Jc, usually
mid at. lUJo. I'hofto ara nice
new dark Mltles.
At So per yard. Still another
(-pct-iil lot m 0e in handsome
10 pieces Dark Outing Flan,
uels nt fto pir jnrl.
Theso (jooda aro sold by many
dealorn ut 10c.
8 piecc.1 English Flannelettes
in handsome colors at Klo per
Kxtra nicn Shaker Flannel alfic
Special bargain in lied. While
Mini Cheeked Flannels at If),
2-2, 2.) and 28o.
30 inch Fxtra Heavy
at SJc. Fleeced Shirting nt
10c per yard.
JKANS and COTTON ADKS
at 12.J, 1ft, 18 and 2ftu per yd.
Cotton Jetting at fie jut roll.
30 inch Kleaehad Muslin at ftc
Sraw Ticking nt 7j i per yard.
Feather Ticking at 12Jvj.
1 pieces 00 inch half bleached
Table Dimiuik at fi(J. Uxuul
2 p'cecs half bleached Table
Linen at dUe, worth OOe.
Now is the time to huy. We
lire going to Hell them very
We will sell you the best Crash
you evrr saw for 10c. Other
special values at 5, 0 and 8c.
at 1ft, 22, 28 and ,'lSu that are
Do not forget us on Cloaks.
Wu have a nice hue :ui1 cm
Mivo you inonov.
We still have sonic special bar
gains in ltlankets at Ofte, $1 2ft
mid $1 ftll pr pair.
10-4 All Wool Grey Blanket
that would havo sold last jcar
for $ft per pair,
.Special prici 52.90.
Special bargains in Turkey
lti'd and Hrown and White
Figured Caliewn 10 yo- for
3.H'. Only 10 us sold loeach
lady customer betwecu !) and
1 1 o'clock.
o can save you monty ob
Children's Glove Grain Sohoo
Shoes at 7ftc, 8fto and $1 pc
pair that are usually sold at 23
mm iiuc per pair more.
Also spceia! values in Liihosj
Slues at $1, 1.2ft, l.ftO and $
Ladies' Grey llihhcd Vcstq
Fleece Iinsd, at 2fto that ar
Also bargains in Men's au
10 dozen Kxtra Quality
Sizes 7, 71. !) and 0V nt lj
per pair '1 lieso hore are
ually sold at 3ftc per pair.
you cm ue them they aro vc
Our special efforts for trade are bringing us big results. We are doing more; business than ever. Having the right kind of goods an
soiliiv them at the lowest prices, demonstrates tne tact tnat we can save our customers money, wnicn is vcrv important tins tall.
A. DUCKER Sc O
Tin: miin win' llillei Ymu Mnjoro
now, is nudum: an nt-s nf lininelf, and
losing vote fur .1 udg 1 lol"om!i.
MoKeighnn is doomed tn ilefont. A
fnot that in conceded ly his friendfi.
Four cars in enough. Let r.ouio ono
else llllVJ it awhile
Don't foriti't that .Inn. M . Thurston.
Nebraska's elmpiont orator, will ureal: in
1!,..1 f'l.i nl mi Wednesday. (.. 21.
Kvirv mill, woman mid cliild should '
hear this gifted orator diseii'-stho politi
cal issues i if tin-day f i inn a republican
standpoint. Do not forgot, tho date,
linn. V I'.. AndrewH in in many wiivh
purHiiiiiK a H'Mimw'hiit ililfermit Ktylo of
rnmpainn thia full thiin tv..i i-aiti no.
Ho in uiiipienti.iiiiili'.v t rh'hter mid inoro
Akdui-.w willcnrrj Adiinmcounty; ho
will cany Clay county; ho will carry
Hull county, ho will carry Wulistor coun
ty; in fact, ho will carry nearly overy
county in tho district. HnstinuH No-lirabltan.
Ii would require all tho ohlorido of
limo and liichlorido nf ohido in tho
Htnto of NebrunUn mid then ci mo, to
clear tho awful clench that would arico
from u proper ventilation of tho i opuliat
p.irty in Nolirnslia nt tlii. time.
Don't foruet that Dr. O. K. Mc
Keehy, Handolph MuN'itt.T. G. Wilder
and Kobt. Totter will be elected on the
0th. Tho hand writing on tho wall and
the- daily nsauranccH all tend towards
Tiik popa think thoy havo tho hull by
(tin lmrtiH. hut Hills- Hrvan can not do-
liver tho goods. Ho did n good job ' pulary lasts
Tiik HIuo Hill Lender comes out cm.
pliatically in favor of Hubert T Potior
for county attorney.
Kkank Swi.r.zv sayn "1 tun in tho pop
party hecauF.o 1 Imlicvo that tho iei
ulilicau party is controlled by corpora
tioiiB.'' Tho" trouble with Fniiilc is, ho
ia in the pop party for otlico not becaut;o
there iauuv principle involved. HoHnn:
'I will do my best to ytand up for Neb-
raKa. v)f euiirfio lie will as long as tiio
iaci;mg mo umaiia convention, nut mu
true deuiocratfl will not vote for u dis
gruntled politician of tho Holcombntriio.
: , il
Tin: Nation has the gall to refer to ,NU;WS! y,.. ho will bo elected.
Mr. Andrew's apeeeh at (tuido Kock icK0inln has porvetl tho diatrict four
with tho following comment: "Ilia t" j yiUrti and boon found wanting. Do wo
throughout impressed im as being ll;i"WHnt him? No! Mr Androws will
eidedly ptide, Hat and unprolltuhlo.' j mccwl nim m con(;resfl by n Inrgo ma
SraS Kemember vote for Andrews
mm lor iiiu reiuin n (ii.inj.i-in.'
Stewart Albright is in the city.
W S (laiber was in Lincoln this week,
I. It. StatiBcr is homo from Kansas
Fred Chamberlain ia in lluuiingu this
Charley Hajl was in tho city this
The 21th is Thurston's date in Red
Tne. ri.mibbcans hhotlld llialto extra
active and it ii:r:itifiiig t- litiow thnt .,.,.., . l,.(.i rrnublican Hiinervisors Uiim-omh'm chances grow less with
1m iiildrews largo crowds wheiever ly thin o.r. Tho county has been run- leach mieeeodiug day, towards elections.
goep. C'jiii MelCeiirbaii snv iih muebr njK al It vorv iu,UVy espenso, and now is Ho is u money loaner ut high rates of in-
tho time to change. And, by tlio way, 1 torest and Ins iilliliations wun rauroaue,
,1im Ciiuui.ir and IS' I-itiininioi n , . . .mlr V(lt r,.r tho re- is tho millstoiio that will bury him bo-
This week Tan Cmr.r talked with
men who ronriKeuted oer 'J00 Nebraska
towns, and it was tho consensus of opin-1 Cloud.
ion that tho repuliliciru f-talo iieKei
would bo elected from top to bottom.
Vou might as well get on thu band
wngnii now, for this a republican year
and everything is going our way.
Am. over tho state comes tho good
iimiti Mint rntiiil.lii.un vii.torii.a urncur-
"" -i ..m... !l l.....l....
tal... Tho people cannot hu fcxih-il into"1 "l Ik """"'V
tmlmvlnf the tru iiiimmI-1111 chlllL'CS of! JllO S Mlllflll illlll wife of divide Kouk
Juke Iloaver contemplates :rwving to
Falls City soon.
U. C. Hull and daughter Ilai.d. are in
Lincoln this week.
Miss MoCluro of Lincoln io tho guest
and Hub FitnnminiH
have at least eigiied lei-ins of ngieemeut turn of the couinupiioiieri. which will ho, ,1UIIU, ti, turbiihint water ct defeat
The peuplo of Nebraska have had
enough of such stun" in tho Inst three
jeais and will net down on the pop party
wherebv they will probably arrange u much cheaper and better for tho county.
liuht next Jul v. This will bo n mighty
cintest, tho greatest m" tho age. and j Hvvr. you heard the luiei.t? llioUem
.lohn L. Sullivan iiins it may Inst for "mats of tho big tlfth, have placed m
hours and then otdv'one will iccolvo de- nomination, by petition for deiunciatio
ft-nt bv n cl.ar.on blow. omgrcHMi.uii. lion. ThmmisF. Ashby
,n.,v.--r. ' (, niinimiogton. Mr. Ashley was ro
il. .- Tn. . .u I! I.'iiiiV Miii.eeh at l e.'iv.ir nf the I'llooinililon laud olllco
nop;; V .., was a gmnd etVort. and j n J;r vidand-s Hnjt :
wns universallv ad'iiircd. lie as usual
mercilessly tipped tho donincnitk party
in his jirnverbial piircnntlc vein, and be
gun his Bpeneh an follows; "I conrcFS to
h sense of unillii',.neps to emno before
t his great audience hi ro to night. That
out the district.
AiTouniNi to the Chicago paj'.ers, the
total legit'teration by women in that
Htnto is utterly iiiBign'.tlcant. Women
in b-omo nortioiiB of Illinois will tuku
unwillingness dors not urine from any IK.tjV0 interest in this campaign, but as
lnelc of interoHt which cDiicerns us all, ' a mot ho .idles will imialn nt limur
Do.N'r beTled into the belief that Hoi
comb will be elected by the shouting of
tho pops, it is only their death struggle-.
Majors' majority will not lie-less man
i"i,C0O. and tho balance of tho Htnto ticit
et will bo likewipo elected. Andrews
will bo elecled by 'J000 majority, Dr. Mc
Ki'cbv by about t)0, Uanney McNitt by
r.UO and T. Ci. Wilder and Kobt T Hotter
In- iiiiiinriiicH ranuini: from 100 to '200.
Tliiu in a republican ear.
llosewater and his cohurts about Mil
jors. Kos-water is a corporation cor
morant as much or more mi than any
mini in tho stato- He holds a monopoly
of tho Associated I'rem franchiho, mid
will not allow his competitors t get on
tho inside. Ho was in fuvor of the gov
ernment lopping oir its claim of clOl,.
C00.i uf Hgiiiiibl the l. l lailway. licBides
mi'ny other unclean things that hone.
onsen Majors of. There is lint a mini in
the state who would not put up u joii
Hii.cker than he. Hiiuk to Majors and
vote tho repul.litan ticitei, inert ny
bringing lniii; prnspennii. tunes. IVopl
will not bo misled by politieul fakirs of
tho ltoFOwuter type.
unless i-oaio issue presents itself which
is of vast importance and requires their
tuning place nun which uuvo nim-u pmt-n rjuardeil inn
that the oloiuetuo of an ratnr, if I had ' thought of
it, would suiely mviii to fall far short of ! -,,, ,,.,,,
that conviction which has already taken I Jm, ," l"1
for I never fell a deeper interest than now.
Nor does It ntieo from nt y doubt of our
HiicccBP. for it Rci'ins to 1 nsurecl. It
is lictiiuiM' the irenntat'.- n of tiny urgii- y, N tj,,, piipubst party or any other
inuut by any i-jeaUer, pkpum almost en-'p.ntj atteinptu to II. 'inch as a typical
tirelywniiei-cifMiry. Theia "has boon mi,lilMl, uf pi.r.ty and peifection, there
iirgucd, and in now arguing itself k will bo buipo hhii of :i j;uii whci will lirin
thoroughly in the enuree. of cents now ,ifirrnco on tho organization, in uu mi-
tukmg place and which liavo taUen place r..uarded moment, in u way entirely uu-
porhups. Tho scrape that
ally is into now, will servo to
possei-sion or the public iiut.il. snow uio worm uuu u uiiutiiuuii ui
. ,.v,.-q tho populist party would soon bo mo.
ri.... iincii..,. VMirnulriin iiillu ii ulm. ' ceisury. As u matter nl met uiero uro
plo and impressive Mory of u farmer
from Nemuhii county and a near neiuh
bor toTliniuas.l. Majois, who recently
visited Hat-tings in tho interest of some
husineas transaction. While there ihe
farmer overlu aril rome lemnrli deroga
tory to Col. Majors and ho iiunu diatoly
intorceedeil m bmbehnir, in ti manner
that shut'eui up in n huiry. Tho old
farmer said, in subutunco, that I in had
nhvnys Ih-i n n near neighbor to Mr.
Majors, and In in;; a democrat, hud nl-
waynoppou'd him, but perrionally they
'ro Ihe bw-t of friend imd always very
lliborl'. Ho sal I that Tm Majors
IJOp u'towed u full i 1 to go hinitirv and
thaUili 11 hii lento i wau in the i,' 'tibor.
l!QDiJvire, MiijorB wub ul" hen
tmi U.t, hlsiwrty -
b'i.sI'.i'. ..,, , .
ever so many pops just as vile and prob-
iiniy uioro iiiHiiuiieni iiiiiii iMiuKti iii-ii),
that I avo never jet been discovered in
Tiii.I'iiii'.k would gamble-that Dr. Me
Keoby ami 1'andolph McNitt will grace
tho state i ongret-s with their presence
this wintft. To uso the cprcbfiou of a
gentleman in tiuido Hock Monday, "the
people got stuck on tho Dr. wherever hi
goes, and Ihimiulph McNitt makes
f i lends faster and more of Vm in tho
muiio length uf time, tniui nnjbody of
liisngf." Hoth nf thoso gontloinon aro
able exponents f iuib.0 republican
doctrine. They me e'iuent an I furui
nble speakers, and tim piopie who wish
to sen this bect;on of the stiite nbly rup
roaented uro going tn ceo that ihn two
itentleiiien njr elut'd by ti l.nu.lBoiuo
A large audience greeted Hon. M L.
Huywnrd ut the opera hniiso Thutsday
night to hear him discuss tho issues of
tho day from a republican standpoint.
He wiia introduced by Hon. C. W.
Kaley, and several representative repub
lican's occupied tho rostrum. Thu
speaker was fidiueutly cheered, nun mo
speech has been tho subject oi uiucii
fuvorublo comiuont ever sinco. Mr.
llayard in n very logical, impressive and
convincing speaker, but of eourto Iub
doctrine did not plciiuo tho pops and
democrats to perfection. His discussion
of tho taritf and money Miiestions wan
very tiblo and effective. Uo upheld
Tom Majors in a inannor which gratilUd
all who havo n desire to see Urn popu
listo snowed under. Mr. Majors, he
said, is respected ami loved by all m
uoighburs wliero ho lives, in Neiiiaha
county, mid all people there, regardless
of partv iilliliations. will give him their
support". His epigrammatic stabs seem
ed to lit where they belonged, and when
the speaker referred to tin a-.-tum of the
populists iliuing their campaigns inn
in the legislature; tho audience should
their opinion .r tho s.iuiuinu wi. i
upphiusr. He cn.ltrad;cte.l . "
statement Hut tho iiutn.iu.l l'" '
svstetn wiih lni.iultious.aud rdioved Hiai
il luid been u saxior to tho eoiuUrj . iMr
liuywaid is a lino political epeakor.
Or7Prlco'6 Cream BaUlug I'owacr
A i ...- lr;, - ,..3.uen8:tai,PcwJ.r.
Mr. Georgo W. Tuley
Cured of Rheumatism by
"C. I. IIiHxl&Co., Iwcll, Mass.i
" I wun taken tluwn with rliouinatlsin over a
jcar ago. I wai sick for over tlx months.
Often I wouM havo such palas that I cnulil
lianlly einliire llit'in. A frlom! eaiin;. l i"" au;l
nililstaliiuiM try llooil's s.iraparlll.i. 1 lok
ami at mi worn aim K.a nuinu ui n, nun
lmvo talii'ii elglit liolitui of It.
It Hgu Curocl Mo
Vlicn the ductnrs could ilonio noRonil what
ever. Alter helisi; bciwltteil to nuali from this
ineiltt ino I il. s. u o Hood's s-trviparllla an a
woiiili-riiil uu u. Im I iitso iiiIiIm' eM-ry ono
who Is irout.K .1 w uli rheumatism nol to ho w Uli-
niitJPi','i S.irninrl'li. 1 am a firn.'r, aii'l
UiHini'itlelno luii tfHfn no imiell eiHTiiy ami
Hiroiu'ili to jx-rtiinii my wrk." Ui.tunu. .
Heod'a ri!!- ar k"il r.iii'.aml ;rIeot
la pre-,ivit!bii u;ut nwJvw. Sic ft lf.
Were in tho city tldB week.
MtConu has uaiiied its suit with In-
dianolia for tho couutv seat.
Imlgo II ay ward of Nebraska City,
was in Kd Cloud this week.
To rent; My re'ddenco property in
Hod Cloud. M W Dickernm.
A Wnullo and wife of Illnden were the
guclita of 11 13 Pond this week.
D C Jenkins the new bund lender.
He comes highly recommended.
M W Dickersnn contemplates moving
on to his farm in Lino township.
II. Co?ad and wife are visiting at
Long Island, KausasMliis week.
A brother of Kditor Warron in in the
city visiting. Ho is from Lincoln.
Mr lirakolield and wife expect to go
to Illinois next week for an oUeniied
Mrs. (ieo. Leining of McCook is vis
itiiiu with Win. r.irkcs and wifo thiu
Mrs.lames isvisitiug in Lincoln this
week, ami expects to visit in Miseoiiri
Street Cominisrionor West has re
signed and will tnko u position with A
M Downer .V Co.
M I! McNitt, ex-county treasurer, was
down in 'Icsub last week. Hois much
pleaied with that country; but tbegieas
ers well Mc don't like those chaps
much, but the country is nil right mid
Ilenieinber that C L Winfiey will cry
your auction sales at reasonable tlguies
and guarantee satisfaction. Ho u-porta
sales good this season and prices rang
ing fairly high. I'lace jour orders with
him and you will not regret it.
Out nblo and energetic young friond
Kobt T rotter, is conducting a vigorous
race tor tho olllco of county attorney
and will uudoubtly bo elected, l-'ioin
recent developments it in very probable
tliat he will H'ceivo even u linger vote
limn any other candidnto from this
Last Friday afternoon October lJ at
Ihoiesideiice of CM Smith occurred
the niarringo of A. l'atinor of Santa
Ana. California, to Mrs. M. IS. Htill'nian
' of this city. K'v. Cleo. vv. Hummel ut-
lu'iaiiiif. I'oiii puitii's are vvui Known
' ui licit L'loutl. whf-rn they have icuitlcd
for venrs as Mr. I'ntmor only re
cently having e.-.tublithed hi limuo in
('..iifiTinii, Tm. (?iuii extends its enn-,1-i.i
iui.miH Io il." newly inarii.d
, miiple. Thry left tho eiinio evening for
' tl.t n- fntu"- noil e in bantu Ami, nccom-
punieil Iv Mm. Djtdricu una uu UM-io
of hire Vinas,
A good cigar givoa away with ovd
2.")Q cash purcliiibeat Knight's bakery ,
Yesterday's Omaha World Herald co
tained an item somothing like thj
"There wero eight infant tourists at tl
depot yesterday morning, and they sect
eil to take full charge, ordering tho b
policemen around as thoy pleased. A
of tho chitdicn wero mero infants in
all bore lag. tolling where thoy can
from, their destination ate Ono'of 'tl
children vv.is trom lied Cloud an
was tngccd lor ..Memphis, .Mihnour
Another was from Kansas lwnind ftf
Wisconsin, and still another from Topi
kit. going to Cret-tnn, Iowa. They totj
i uu luuiM' oi ill" iienui iiiiiii VII
boarded their respective trains.
The list f letters remaining at th
postoluco uncalled for uy-toOot. 18.
CKinpbell las Chapman John
Cleveland 'Joo (iill.Ias P
Magvern (uo M linger Frank
I'otip Lemi lfoden J as
Tullies F M Weinberg Aaron
'I ho above letters will be sent to thl
dead letter olllco Nov 1, if not callel
for. lii.vMv Cowiiks, I'ostmastor.
AinltcuH at 2SIiiUii.
Tuesday niuht Hon. W. V, Andrew
.pnkr io tin large-it and must cntlui:
iahtio eaiiuuign nud'ence that ha
onngiegiiK'ii in Kladen this yea
There w;u not even Mantling rocin
Tle Kladec male (juartot sang 'l'ar
well to the l'ops" and at the untranc
of Mr. Andnws he was loudly cbeoici
At thu clie of an able uddret
which wai liiiicntlY interrupted b
hi arty cheer Mr. C. K. 1 licks pn
jmod thi!e clivers for Andrews, whic
wore ivii in a way which nearl
iiiiroidodlhi- hnine. Tlio inontinn o
Majnr'i mine met with gnat pplaus j
Truly thilis a republic?!! yrar, an .
the mcntjnn of Tom .Majors' nam
dr.'V7 forth tho pntriolisin of all gooj
people andrepiihlie ins generally.
Amhivc Io '(PrivjM)iiik'iiN.
ii. l. .i.Lowi.i.s, les, you nut (ii' i
ureiid naKc rresli every dav, liesides a
liinus oi iikcp, pies ami cookies ii
F.. Lightlot Tor blackt-iuithing nm
wood work. First door south of Inun
Low inteijt, with option to pay all a
part of pritiipal at any year. Write, o
call and st me. O. F. (Jatiicii, Koi
I say, Tom, lot'
i.'o down to Colting't
Drug st oro, and go
one of thoso OU
KAN G1HL clg-ira
They ara tho best J
cent cigar in town.
lleliry IVikdl4 111 liiku iictli-e Mint on IIm
Mil il-iv nl Him. i I- 'I I .tviu.l '.lifoul, u Jui-
lire ol I lie eio. I I unli s, . -inr oniity,
Nrhni-hii. iii an imti'i i f . ti.i.-i nii'iii fur
tlio nuni ill $.u.' ii ni'tiim p.
l.llt'f.'lll .1 I.. I r,.i s
UllrlU. lll'f. Dili . I. Il I.
ll.llll OnlllUUll I II. ,'!. v
one -u'Uy i'lntt, I'lm.n i
mi., mil ieur ("'V niti'n i
UiMtli.tt kluve if b nl ,i
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;i ii or
year euiUnff Juno 30, 1894, by Mr. John 1 jn the correct roiuuvo posiuoiib uy u
o. uojmuur, comuutsioiier, nai jus,! collar rltrlil on tlio axlo una auuttluc
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