Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1898)
THE KBD CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, TNIAY IK. 1898.
n ; itwyBBtn fi vPirwivniM'nTiMPfiPMniNni
IHIJUBH lHUIBi V'WPIMIIIHB HIW II lllll'W IWWW
3t?H""Jv'vV' '".-. ''' . " ' v.: v. v; : .
C.M.Henderson & Go's
Sewing machines !it Minor Bros.
I. B. Colviti of Guide Rock WHS Ill'lO
Jacob Bailey of Hastings was hero
Lou. Fuller of Lawrence was hero
lli is week.
V. S. Garberis homo after n several
0. 11. Balliol of Umaliii was here the
first of the week.
Robert McBrido is now working for
Mis Grace Garber visited in (initio
Rook Saturday anil Sunday.
1). L Groat is having
Seward street newly sli
his house on
kit) Ml makes the IikhI purr,
whnlcAnme nnd iltllclmu,
Must Have Them.
Galusha & Wescott.
See our book oiler.
Carpets at Miner Hits. Full line.
Excuse these tears. The daily Joke
(to to Butler fur the lm-,1 in saddlery
Head our free book offer.
See lladley for paper hanging.
C. F. McGrcw of Hastings was here
V largo crowd from Superior was
li re show day.
0. H. Dunbar
New wall paper
tains at Cuttings.
of Guido Rock was
and window cur-
Win. Lindsoy and wife of Hastings
were hero this week.
b A. Swp'.V and daughter Mariol
v -re Here let wees.
, . , I Miss Georgia Hlaekinore returned
Mr. and Mis. A. Scott of Canipbol. , f,.om superior Thursday night.
iie here tl 1 tir-l oi the week.
M. Stern of Hastings isbero this wick
looking after property interests.
; Thud M-N'itt returned home Wed
iicmIuv morning from a trip to McCook.
Mrs. John Gnrhcr returned to her
homo at McCook, Satuiday evening.
Hd. Stotvv f ll'i'iii.- was her
i-iting his brothel 1'aul u.i week.
I'lm guns of another Spanish institii
n have been spiked. The l)ail.
. ..ii Auerhuru of Kuieiou, Ii..i,
wa hero the first of the week looking
after court matters.
A Oolortype picture of the battle ship
Maine WVJri given with a new sub
scription to Tin: Chief.
Miner Bros, will in the near future
put in u fHll lino of furniture and
qiiconswnro. Wait for them.
A. J.Tonilinson of this city has re
ceived the appointment of intelligence
clerk at tho stato exposition at Omaha.
The St. Louis Ropublic has no doubt
ai.nr niv tin Mnrninir Glnrv's news ser
vice by cutting off his exchange. And
it is dead.
Mrs. Sardis Kolloy of Topoka, Kan
sas, who has beon visiting with her pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. John Boan, re
turned homo Monday.
Wot our prices on carpets, ah
kinds and at tho lowest prices, hie
cant lino of samples and largest stock
A now subscriber, or an old subscrib
er, who pays n year in advanco of Fob
ru'uy 14th, 181)8. will receive two good
book Read advertisement on anoth
A crayon lithograph of Miss Francis
K. Willard, a co ortype of Mm Maine,
a wall tinned or pocket map of Cuba,
any one of these to a subscriber ivuing
us a dollar in advance for Thk Ciiikf.
We will fur tho next ten days supply
any one paying us a year in advance on
Tin: Ciiikf with a Coiortypo piciuro of
tho battle ship Maine, size 10x25; ready
for framing. These are line and you
should get one at once Copies can bo
had also fur r0 cents in cash.
The John Robinson greatest show on
earth, with the earmarks of tho Ring
lings showed here Tuesday. The show
while fair was not up to expectations.
Tho patronago received by tucniwns
not as heavy as that generally given to
Hhos hero owing to tho (act that the
f avows re very busy.
tall of Franklin, formerly of
was visiting in this city this
Come in and see sample of our port
folio on Hawaii, Cuba and tho Ameri
Med Lavalleo and wife of Riverton
weir heioTuesday, tho guests of NoNo
Lnugtiu and wife.
Mrs Aaron Conover left Thursday
morning for a week's visit withiola
lives at Franklin, this state.
Subject Sunday evening at the Fir.-t
M. E. church, "The Proper Use of tho
Urania." You should hear this.
L B. Tail is organizing a class which
he will instruct in tho art of swinging
Indian clubs, etc. Ho reports quite u
J a largo class.
A vorj enthusiastic war mooting was
held at the court house last Saturday
night and there was up to that timo an
enrollment of 85 on tho enlistment
A large number have in tho p'ist two
or threo months paid their obligations
to us and received some good books by
doing so. We liavo still a nice line of
books but they won't last long.
V. 11. Scrivner, real estate man,
will sell your farm for you for a rea
sonable per cent, or will trade your
farms for Missouri lands. Address, V.
II. Scrivner, Red Cloud, aobr.
O In a telegram sent us by l'ho Now
York Herald they assured us that no
paper in this statu was authorized to
use cablegram bearing the copyright
of James Cordon Bennett. The Morn
ing Glory Used them however.
About twenty of tho young friends
gathered at the home of Master Garner
Potter on Wednesday evening, the oc
casion being his seventh birthday anni
versary. All report a very enjoyable
timo and unite in wishing him many
bappy returns of tu ocaairoa.
Carpets cut to match and lit rooms,
with or without border. MiNUlt Bltos.
A foundation lias been put under
lite Kaliy building north of Jos. Her
burgerV. A special train was run from Super
ior to allow people from there to take
in Robinson's circus.
The Lincoln Mixed Paints is made in
the west for tho western climate. It
stands the test. Sold by Coiling.
Miner Bros, handle tho best sewing
machine on the market. Guaranteed
tor ft years, price $20. Call and see it.
Adorn oiir walls with a l!x25 pie
tuieol the Maine. Given to any one
wlio will pay us a dollar in advance for
100,000 sweet potato plants for sale.
Early Jersey ami Southern (Juecn. In
quire ol airs. Henry uicucricn, neo
A good many are still in arrears on
subscription who might just as well
pay up now and take advantage of our
offer of premiums.
Dout buy quconswnro or furnituro
until seeing the stock of Miner Bros,
which will arrive in a few days. They
can savo you money.
Charley White ami Eltmcr Schaffuit
left Tuesday night with tho John Rob
inson circus in tho capacity of table
waiters. Charley will also play in tho
Tho farmers of Long Island nro not
planting any peas this spring because
they aro afraid tho Spanish will oome
over and shell them. Beaver City
Raymond's "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
company has the finest free street pa
rade ever attempted by a theatrical or
ganization. It will take place in Red
Cloud on Friday May 20.
J. 11. Smith writes combined insur
ance for a term of live years at a per
cent. On schools houses, churches and
farm property on tho installment plan.
Drop him a card at Red Cloud, Neb.
For Homescekcr's excursion dates
via tho Missouri, Kansas & Texas rail
way, and information of their tourist
sleeper arrangements, address G. A.
McNutt, 1). P. A., 10 M Union avenue,
Kansas City, Mo,
Raymond's "Uncle Tom's Cabin Co
will be in Red Cloud on Friday May 20.
This is the biggest and best dramatic
company playing under canvas, i ney
will play "Uncle Tom's Cabin" com
plete, not cutting it as is usually uono
by inferior companies.
A Georgia girl rojoiccs in tho uamo
of Mary Rementa Olla Ludentia Laura
Suzetta Missouria Gcorgiana Jennie
Presslev RhodaDiaretta Jnno Cornetta
Biiiiey Purdue. That's all at present
tliouuli some young man may wish to
add his name to her collection sooner
or later. Boaver Valley Tribune.
I have beon a sufferer from chronic
diarrhoea over since tho war and haro
used all kinds of medicines for it. At
last I f nnd one remedy that has been
si success as a cure, ami tlial is Uliaiu
bcrlaiu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
remedy. P. E. Gimsham, Gaars Mills,
La. For sale by H. E. Grico.
Occasionally wo go too far to borrow
trouble. An Atchison woman was
found sobbjng violently the other day
over her twoinonths-old baby boy.
When aki'd the came she said that
site was afraid that there might bo a
war with Spain, and that when her
son grew up be would enlist and get
killed. And all tho women who came
to hear the sad news sat down and
cried with her. Women aro so sympa
thetic. Atchison Ulouc.
hoi oino roDtn CO., Mv von
MOItU Olt liKSti IMHtSONAIi.
. ... .St'. . . .
'.!. .l-l. t ' !
, i .' I ,'H't ,''',.
.:... .':. .&::. ?;..'
I Boy Ycof Glothing
with the same degree of caution
you would buy a farm.
O. Butler's goods
Rock was here
A. B. Truman of Superior was hero
Homer Kiuscl went to Blue Hill
C. J. Pope washotne visiting with Ills
wife this week.
R. S. Proudtit of Guide Rock was
hero this week.
11. (' Cutter returned last evening
from Kansas City.
Miss Lulu Pease of Hastings was
hero the last of the week.
Gcorgo Hutchison has had a bad
touch of rheumatism lately.
S. E. Co.ad of Lincoln formerly of
this place was here this week.
Don't miss "Undo Tom's Cabin" at
Red Cloud May 20, next Friday.
Wni Harris has been appointed night
watch and ho will make n good one.
Nome Sanford of Axtell was shaking
hands with old friends hero Tuesday.
Uatt Lindley of Rivetton was here
visiting Chas. Piatt and family Snnday.
Mrs. Nellio Hoy of Iowa is here visit
ing her parents Mr. and Mrs.C.S. Ben
nett. Jim Morrison of Superior was in the
city this week renewing old acquain
tances. Mrs. Hall has had her residence on
Seward street beautified by a new coat
Harness hat will wear, keep its
shape and look neat is the kind made
by J.O. Butler.
M. W. Diekerson Is marshal ami
water and street commissioner and tho
appointment is all right.
Miner Bros, carry the most complete
line of carpets in tho city. See them
before you purchase and savo monoy.
Good workmansliip and material
in harness is tho same as in other
goods. J. O. Butler's goods have both.
Omor Doling of tho depot forco has
been transferred to Holdrego and his
placo here is filled by J. W. Kennedy
Tiik Ciiikf, a set of Christy pattern
knives, and u bound book, all for ono
SUUSCripiluii (mm iu vmiui,u.
paper statements as to quality
and price, give the goods the
same critical inspection you
would the farm efore buying.
See that they are as represented,
A good title is the first and most
The Dealer's Reputation
is the title for the goods. If
good, the price and quality will
I We Invite your
critical inspection of our goods
and believe it will result in you
giving us your trade.
FKEYPKK & CO.
A handsome pocketbook given
with every suit.
15S :v.'i.J2.. f".... " ".! -f...-..i."f...-..i.-.. ?..!...... ia?.. ... . .....-.!.. :!. ...!"..?:
T i m
THE TRUTH nURTS.
One of America's most fa- w
mous physicians says: "Scrof- w
ola is external consumption." $
Scrofulous children are often $
beautiful children, but they $
lack nerve force, strong bones, w
stout muscles and power to w
-i. J! 1? J-f .
resist uisc4c iur ucutuvt w
children there is no remedy w
equal to $
Scott's Emulsion i
J of Cod-liver Oil with Hypo- $
(T phosphites of Lime and Soda.
m It fills out the skin by putting w
the cheeks red by making rich
j blood. It creates an appetite
for food and gives the body
J power enough to digest it. Ee
sure you get SCOTT'S Emu!
SCOTT 4 UOWNE,
The Union Firolnsurnnee Company
is the best mutual. Combino risks; in
installments ' per cent. J. II. Smith,
When you want carpets giro us a
call. Wo linvo largest stock in tho
i-itv and can savo von money on any
thing you want in the carpet lino.
Mrs. llepsio Diclil of St. Louis and
Charlotta Clapp of Bloomington, this
state, sister and niece of lewis Clapp
eamo down from the latter place and
visited Tuesday returning the same
Raymond's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Co.
has the best brass band on tho road.
They will give a grand free concert in
Ui'il Cloud on Friday May !20. Come
and enjoy some good music. It will
A Glasgow paper thus analyzes tho
music of a bagpipo: Big Hies on a win
dow, 7'2 per cent; cats on midnight
tiles, 11 j percent; voices of infant pup
pies, 0 per eeni; gruniiug iiiuiKijr w
in the morning, fJ per cent; steam
whistles, :i per cent; chant of cricket,
2 per etnt. Clay Center (Kan.) Times
Leo Tinker, a former will known
Bed Cloud boy is here renewing ac
quaintance with old friends, lie left
hero some ten years ago and his homo
tnv (.Kvm-iil viMirs oast has been Okla
homa City. Ho has been visiting his
parents at McCook, and (same hero
Wednesday morning accompanied, by
'IV, nnrnnn tmvitlC tl ill advance for
Thk Ciiikf we will send postngu paid
two portfolios, size lOJxll inches, each
containing Hi bountiful reproductions
of photographs with descriptions por
traying the Imttlo ships of v Ameri
can navy. Kxtra portfolios can tm ob
tained for ton cents each. A sample
portfolio can be seen at this ofllee.
Many old soldiers now feel tho etl'cct
of the hard servico they endured dur
ing the war. Mr. Guorgo S. Anderson
of ltos.sville, York county, Bonn., who
saw the hardest kind of sorvioo at the
front, is now frequently irouoieu who
rheumatism. "1 had a severe attack
lateM," be says, "and procured a hot
tin of Chamberlain's l'alu Balm. It
did so much good that i wouni iiko hi
know what you would charge ino for
one dozen bottles " Mr. Anderson
wmiii'd it both for his own 110 and to
Morning Glory's News Service
Gotten by Use oi Scissors.
Wo don't have to traduce our com
mon enemy of tho Dally Morning Glory
to ahow to the people that ho has boon
using thorn as suckurs to furthor a lit
tle notoriety boom lie had under his
hat. We don't have to use a pago of
our papor to malign tho fellow who
kinwsitall. Wo have bombarded his
own statements in regard to where ho
get. his news .service and his fortllica
tions have crumbled. Wo gave tho
Spaniard a thrust with plain truth and
ho comes back at us with tnu utiiy
weapon this race uses, iinprocn'.ions
and foul mouthed lies. But to the
point- Last week wo exposed the
statement that ho received the news
set vice thiougb the Omnha Bee. This
week we are able to tell you where he
received the bulk of his news and also
show that the people could have read
ibis news the evening liefoie in the
St. Louis Republic On lint 1-Viilay
night wo went to the depot mid pur
chased on the train a St. Louis Repub
lis dated Friday morning, May 0, which
was printed that morning between
midnight and 'i o'clock, and behold the
Council met as per adjourneut of the
4th, with Mayor Beck presiding and
Aldermen Hollister, Wright and Kite
Mayor administered oath of oflice to
city clerk nftcr which minutes of last
meeting woro read and approved.
Mayor appointed J. M. Sellarscity
engineer for tho ensuing year, salary
to bo $10 per month nnd coal for his
own use. Appointment confirmed.
Mayor appointed M. W. Diekerson
us water commissioner, street commis
sioner, and city marshal for tho ensu
ing year at terms stated in ids propo
sition, $30 per mouth. Appointment
continued ami oath of ollice adminis
tered. Petition of Win. Harris asking ap
pointment as night watch read and
upon motion Mr. Harils wasauthoi
ized to act as night waicli at a salary
of $10 per mouth,
Motion prevailed to luy petition of J.
G.Sapp for night wateii on the table.
Motion prevailed to lay petition of
11. B. Kiuscl i elating lo position of city
engineer on tho table
The following committees were -ip-pointed:
Auditing Wright and Spokolicld.
Streets and alleys 1st ward, Spokes
Held; 2d ward, Wright.
Printing Spokoslicld and Rife.
Water agreement of C. B. it Q. rail
road wa- read mid clerk was author
ized to notify i-aid railroad that rate
for furiiitliiuir water had been ad
vanced from $J0to$2.r per month.
,oo ; tlldruggUti. 0,
IE, Chtmltti, New York. J
Morning Glory came out Saturday
morning with three long scissored ar
ticles taken from this paper word for
word ror seven days this paper came
out with dispatches bearing tho copy-
right signature of James Gordon Ben
nett, W. R. Hearst and Tho Associated
Press. Where did ho gel these? A
cablegi am costs money. A copyrighted
cablegram or an thing elso copyright
ed is protected by tho government nnd
a penalty of 10) is imposed if used
without authority as the following will
show: "Tho law imposes a penalty of
$100 upon any person, who has not ob
tained a copyright who shall insert
these words, "Copyrighted, 18, by
," or wolds of tho same import
in or upon a book or other article." It
will bo seen therefore that if it was
not for his povorty tho editor of the
Morning Glory would have to put up
considerable hard cash nnd also have
.suits apainst him for damages, The
St. Louis Ropublic above referred to
publishes these copyrights and they
were gotten by tho Dally Joke by the
Latku: Tho Morning Glory died
Late reliaplo advices state that San
Juan. Porto Rico, lias been bombarded
by Sampson's big licet and the forts re-
lueeil lo nsnos aim mu k""" ''"
Oflieiiil bond of M. W. Diekerson
was read and approved and placed on
Bond of L. K. Tail was read and ap
proved mid ordered pluced on tile.
Bond of oily treasurer was read and
approved and placed on tile and treas
urer sworn in.
On motion council adjourned.
a. 1 - . . .,,.11.1.11 lllll !. II1II 111 Mill
i i .. i ii. .j. liiiiimu iiiiiiiiiiTi nuini in iw tnu
supply it to hs friends .;m no g. oors, . - , Concord. Tho
as every family should have a bottle of (U'" '"' ,,'' V.., Winslow In an en-
it in their home, not only for rhouina. U.S. to ped g''bn-bor was
lis,,,, but laine back, sp,ains swellings ' dand flve'of her men killed and
.U.!K8 Ki 3.UV Ort ' "Vera! wc.d.d
F. P. Had ley was caught burglariz
ing the A. R. Reynolds nuat market
list Sunday morning about 1 a. in. and
shot through tho lleshy part of tho thigh
by Herbert. Cook. Ho was arrested
and brought before Judge Duffy Mon
day for preliminary Hearing, aim ooumt
over to the district court in tho sum of
live hundred dollars. Ho was taken
before Judge Boallo Tuesday morniug
the dUtriot court being in session, and
mi pleading guilty was giver, the mini
mum sentence, one year in tho poniten
tiary at hard labor.
A degraded female, known woll in
this city as "Dick," is at present in
durance vile at the Hotel do Weils, on
a charge of attempting to poison her
child with laudanum. The child was
found iu a precarious coudilioH under
ono of tho trees .south of tho depot
where ehc had left it. By strenuous
efforts the life of tho child was saved
although it was at lirst supposed to bo
dead when found,
a Ralph Stevens a member of the Mich
igan Trust Company of Grand Rapids,
Michigan was hero the lirst of tho week
to start proceedings ou the will of tho
late J. W. Moon. He returned to his
h me fHJH Wedoedy moralng.
Powered by Open ONI