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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1893.
THE GRAND ARMY FESTIVAL AT
Attendants of Vaterrm Not to Larue
Eicte.1. but Th.lr AI.hi iiaen rilled '
b, ciltlM-lfdk.ll.n.1 Camp Wilder .
by Gen. llnrrl-nn.
iMHANAroMi, Sept. B. Thanks to ,
queen' weather and miccpmiuI cnrr)lng
out of the admirable arrangement per
fected by the local committee, the twenty-seventh
national encampment of the
Grand Army opened most auspiciously.
Ho far a the number of visitors from out
aide point is concerned the success of the
encampment Is already assured. Not alt
of these, however, are veteran. In fact
the boy in blue are almost lost In the
throngs. The hardy, hooppole yeomanry,
with their wive and children and other
relatives, near and remote, form a large
proportion of the arrivals. With a real
live national Grand Army encampment
within easy reaching d 1st nee. to keep
way from it would be worse than treason.
Not Up to Kipeetatlon.
As to the veterans, the arrivals, outside
of the state posts, are nut by any means
up to expectation. A good many state)
tend less than half the toUl that had been
scheduled a month ko as certain to be here,
while a few are likely to make even a
poorer ahowlng. In the encampment
proper fatly 100 delegate, if not more, will
fail to answer to the roll-call. Hard times
and the continued stringency of the money
tnaiket, especially in the far western
tatee, Is the a&cribable cause. But the
crowds are here and even If there are a
quartette of civilians to every veteran, In
dianapolis is just as well contented and
Harrison Utiiieat a Camp.
Almost on the very spot In military
park where thirty-one year ago the citi
zen presented to Colonel Harrison and his
newly organized Seventieth regiment of
volunteers the standards of Indiana and
the United States to carry before them to
the war, the ex-president dedicated "Camp
Wilder," the name bestowed upon some
three hundred tents in which minions of
regiments and old soldiers' socletie-t will
bt in full blast for the remainder of the
week. About ,CX) people participate, in
the exercise, which included addrewt by
W. A. Ketchnm, General John T. Wilder
(for whom the csuipis named), and Gen
eral Harrison: patriotic music by the band
and the raising of the stars and stripes to
the top of a towering pole.
The Ex-l'retMtnt'f Speech.
When the cx-presldent waa Introduced
tie wns greeted with n volley of cheers that
thrice repeated. He apologised to
bis fellow citizens for baring remained o
long at the seashore, while they were
working hard for the eucceu of the en
campment; admitted that he felt in eornu
degTeo "a shirk," indulged In some inter
esting reminiscences regarding tbo ark
and surrounding neighboi hood in t ho days
of the war, and eulogized the bravery and
devotion to country of the Indiana troops.
"No Indian o!dlr,"aid the fi-prcsldent,
"need be ashamed to open to tlo world in
friendly competition with the records of
tlo sister stutcs tho story of Indiana's part
in the great rebellion. Hut tho beauty u(
It all was that theso rcgimenU 'rout Indi
ana and these from Illinois and these from
Ohio were all out.
All Ucluugvil tu L'ocle Sniu.
"They were not Indiana's boldlers,
Ohlo'rt nor Illinois' soldiers, but holdlcrs of
tho United States. The cause v.s one,
the glory la ouc; nn.l, hitluj comrades
from other states, we uru not hero to exalt
ourselves, but to take your bauds us com
rades aud share with jou the glory of tho
greatest result that wua ever uchluvrd by
war iu human history. II thero is any
man onywhero who docs not honor the
union veteran he does not llcln ludl.in
polls, If there is any man nnywhctu who
suspects him or would detract in the
smallest degree from tho mcriti of his
service, ho is not beio to-dity. You will
BOt meet him ou our .streets.
Tim Lessou of the Kucsnipnirut.
"My comrades, thoso tcutb about us aro
pitched many days march nearer home
tluu thoso iu which you dwelt here in
, Ibul. They will stand but for a day and
vanish. You go to your own homes, to
the idicltcr of thoto root trees nnd to the
companionship of those famillct. front
which you separated yourself in times o(
war and to which you returned with nn
increased lovo and conu'Cintbu. You
will go back to pick up tho duties of jorr
citizenship with a higher Kense of tlieie
duties, of tho glory nnd ewectneM of thi
flag, thau you had before you came here to
mingle with these comrades, to listen to
these stirring songs, and to stir each other
by the remembrances of those bloody
MARCHED TO THE UNION'S MUSIC.
The Great l'arade Kvtut of the Sleeting
V ith a reception at Touiliuson hall to
the officers and delegates to the encamp
ment, given by toe citizens of lndiauap
ells, the first day closed. Music was fur
Blshed by the largest orchestra ever or
'ganlzed In this city, under the direction of
yf. A. Zumple. The2 hall wan crowded
with representative men of the city and
delegates to tbo encampment and It was
an enjoyable and brilliant "function,
JBut toe rank aud tlio ot the vets were
waiting for today,wbeu they would get a
reception from the crowds of people now
at the state capital that would make the
grimed old vela let 1 young again.
It was a busy morning that the sun ush
cred in this morning was. liy 7 o'clock
the hurry of preparations wns observed,
B7by H there were bodies of boys in blue
Bloving from all directions to their ren-
deavous. With steady tramp the marches
were kept up until 11 a.m., by which
time everything was In readiness aud the
aignal wa given to inarch. With steady
wing the vcterani wheeltd into their
position with a precision that showed
that the military lesson of '61-W bad not
been forgotten, Chief Marshal Carnahan
beaded the line, a platoon of police going
la front of bin. to keep tho way clear,
With the chief marshal wag a staff num
bering about seventy-flve. Tho Mull
formed lino at 10 o'clock ia North Merid
ian street, the left resting ou Seventh
atreet extending south, to receive the commander-in-chief.
and staff formed on North Delaware street,
right resting nt Seveath btrett.and at 10;'.
moved to Meridian, then south to the
right of the cliicf mondial and formed in
lino ou the right. Tl en the chief marshal
and staff, representing the city of Indiuua
polls as the escort, tooK tnu nuvuuce, pro
ceededing over tho line of march. When
be reached the destlnatloa, lie returned!
Willi put 01 bU SUU 10 UMUeaaquaxttrs,
Scrcnth and Merlillnn, nnd directed tbei
movement of the column.
While the veterans had been gathering
the people had not len Idle. The citlzem
of Indianapolis iwemed to ba nil their,
whllo the tcim of thouannd-i of viltor not
members of the 0. A. It. helped to pack
the o!(leTnlk And roadway nn fnr out u
permitted, the balconies nnd window, the
Eemfall Vut to ,-nnKer polnt
of yonnK men ftna- KJy8, great cheer at
the point of departure announced that th
parnde had begun, and it wns taken up ni
the head of the colutuAnppenred, advan
cing along the line untlltne whole body of
spectators was cheering.
"Tramp, tramp, tramp," the boys were
marching, and many in the throng re
membered with swelling heart how many
of thr boys had, in the timet that tried
men's souls in 'CI, marched through the
street of this city en route to battle for
the union. There was no "shirking"
among those who had commanded in 1801;
only those too old entlrelr to inarch took
carriages. General Lew Wallace waa ob
served tramping along with hi post, and a.a
be and other were seen the crowd cheered
again. Among the prom'nent veterans
who were in the line of inarch accompany'
ing their department were David S. Stan
ley, on the retired list of U. S. A.; Senator
Manderson, of Nebraska; General I111I1
Wagner, of Philadelphia; General George
Merrill, of Boston; Major-General '. T.
Iteynold and Colonel 1). I). Wheeler, U.S.
A.: and General Wilder, of Tennessee.
The line of march I twelve miles long
and it will be well on in the afternoon be
fore the parade will be over. There is
rntulc galore. Alwut 100 band, large
and small, drum corpi and full military
bands, are in line, and at this writing the
procession Is wending Its way Iu platoons
along the route laid down fur it, while
IndlanaKlia ia one mighty cheer. The
elty never saw such a turnout of residents
and visitors. Kvcrywhere the brecxe
flutters the colors of the ensign and plnya
with the frMoon aud canopy of red, white
and blue. How many are in Hue It is im
possible to say now. It may lie that there
are fewer than wna expected, but It is h
big thing anyhow.
EMIN PASHA UNDOUBTEDLY DEAD,
And tilt Hotly l.nten lijr Caniillial tlf
of A film.
IA'Doy, Sept. 5. 1 he Rev Mr. Swann,
a missionary who baa Just returned from
VjlJI, on the eaat thorp of Lake Tan
ganyika, says that It ia impossible to
doubt houeatly that Kniin l'uslm Is dead.
"The most circumstantial reports reached
me from four independent source," said
Mr. Swann, "nnd all agreed as to the de
tails. The Arabs et en where In Africa
are rejeiclog over hb death ' According
to the reports received by Mr. Swann
Emin hail arrived nt the residence of 5?yd
Cin Abed in the country of the Maayc
tnaa in the eastern part of the Congo
state. A party of Arabs nrproached tnd
asked Lmln: "Where arc you going?"
"I'o the coast," was Emin s reply. The
leader of the Arabs, who was armed with
a sclmttar, then stepped up to EiuIq and
said: "You are Emin I'aaha. who killed
theAraU.it Victoria Xjanza." Without
waiting foruaauswer hu struck o2 Emin'a
head with the scimetar. Eailn body was
thrown to the Mauyemaj, who ate It.
subsequently the Manyemas murdored
Emin'-. Nubian followers aud ate them.
Swann tayi that thsse details have teen to
often repeated that iu Ujijiuobody haa the
(lightest doubt as to their coi rt-ctmss.
HAD A FINANCIAL CONFERENCE.
The Troldvut aud Other UUcuts is w
Washington, &.pt. 4. The wiseacres
here have it th.it l'rcttdcnt Cluvelaud,
Secretary Carlisle, Scaker Cri-p, Hall cf
Missouri, Wsruer of -'ev York aud one
other person held a couferenco Saturday,
at which iihcuu-s to do away with nation
al banks were dlscus.ved. Ouc of them
tho proportions made wero only
tentative w.is repeal tliu tax on htnto
banks nudl-suiutonll bank1, propcrlyquali
tied notes manufactured by tbo govern
ment of uniform design. The qi'alltlca
tiou was to Ijo tho putsslon ly the Imuk
of stocks aud bonds approved by the gov
ernment, which should be deposited with
the government nn security for the note",
which are to bu supplied nt cost. It war.
Mattd that (lfty-!ocn of 1 1 i-s MariAcliu
setts imtiouil linnKn v.oi'hl adojit the
ecLemu if it was agreed to.
IN A RECEIVER'S HANDS.
M uriigua Cannl 'niiiau.v Iu Financial
Trouble A lllii-ctur' Muteiuent.
ICtw YoiiK, Kept. 1 -In thu United
StnttM circuit court Jmlt-u iltuedlot np
pointed Thoman 11. Atkins of New Yoik
receiver for thu Nicaragua C'uiml nnd Con
structiou rompauy, on tho Application of
Louis Chaple, one of the stockholder.
Smith W. Weed, one of the board of di
rectors, said: "The company had to go
into the bands of a receiver becauxe it
could not raise money euough to pay its
tloatlng debt. That debt Is alwut $Mt,W
of which little ifs than 3iu,0U) had to be
paid at once. The rest was due to thu
Maritime company and was not pressing.
The receivership will not affect the Marl
time company, which holds the concession
for building the canal. The work of build
ing the cuuul will probably be continued
by a new company or theold reorganized."
A Scotch Olrl Ilreaks tho Uauk.
VlCNKJi, Sept. 4. Trieste newspaper as
sert that a Miss Leal, a young Scotc
woman who has recently been playing ui
thoMoute Carlo gaming tublcs, had re
markable luck for ueral dnyn, which
culminated In the breaking of the bank.
She ia said to have won iOO.OOO in one
1'eutlons Granted During Sis Months.
Wabii:.soioj, Sept. 1. A statement
prepared at the pension oiUce shows that
betwoecn March 4, Uio, nnd Aug. 86, 1KH,
tho total number of peustous of all classe
granted under the general law wan '.ti.D;
aud uuder the act of Juno '-7,1&K, the to
tal was 4JJ.W).
THC DEATH RECORD.
Autos Siovkii, nn Ameilcau lundscape
ortlst, nt Thc.llague, Holland.
Michael Siiiall, ox-bauker uud cat
builder, ut York, I'a.
Colonel Washington Alexasueh, vet
eran of tho IJluck Hawk war, at Vmj,
J. Wjiicw Williams, exstnto senator,
at ilurliugton, Ia.
James Tuiwtn, nt Decatur, Ills.
JAMLS Hi.y.noliw, pioneer settler ol
Iowa, ut Dubuijiu.
Hcv. Jons CuNsisaiiAM, prominent Scot
tUli writer, at Ixmdun.
i'. i L.NTLititutaiRii, at Ilurliugton, la.
HowAiU) Wells, cx-nostrnaslcr, at llock
An FimiiftliL'tl ! Our County
In ;i fotv dajH tho county convention
meets. Oar township linn not mnilu itn
UBual Rtir in the political tido, bot it !h
nn liPflurccl fact that Lino will K-nd u
solid dulrgatlon for If. (J. Scott for
sheriff. Mr. Scott pprvctl tho public for
two terms nnd nil honr-nt minded politi
cal men nro aware Unit a better man
could not bo found. Wo nlno heard n
number npcnk of II. K. Pond for county
cleric, u bile the unanimous verdict is fav
orable for I). M. Hunter for county sup
Teaching hero last Sunday after Sab
bath school by Hldcr Horton.
David Faro left hero last Monday for
Fort Scott to attend Echool.
Miss Slabbj's funeral took place last
Sunday, nt l'ieapant Grove and was bur
ied five miles south of there.
Mrs. Slnbby is very sick.
Mr. Dick Cox's child was buried a few
days ncont Orio.
Ilttlib Henry, near lied Cloud, buried
a child at our cemetery last Thursday.
A I. Scrivner nnd Win. Dollines dre
shelling corn for this part and have a
Miss Anna Hell Wilson will teach the
Johnson school this fall and winter.
Misa With Scrivner will teach the
Pleasant Dale school.
Corn in this part bids fare for a goxl
The hum of the threshing machine is
npain heard in our midst.
Lawrence Horen and wife, of Iowa,
nre visiting friends in this vicinity.
Joe Davis, wife, and daughters, of
Thayer county, nre visiting T. Horen and
family this week.
Died. At the home of her parents
Olr. and Mrs. Html) August !d, 1S'1,
Mrs. Laura Carrol. A Urge concourse
f people followed her to her last resting
place in ihc Cowles cemetery. August
21th. "Messed are the dead who die in
Myron Carrol left Monday for his
homo in Iowa.
Ktnma Dodge is the possessor of a new
Mrs. C. C. Boren commenced her
-chool at willow creek last Monday.
Rev. Piatt nnd wife who have" been
i-iiting in Franklin are on our streets
Fred Hon left this week for Grand
island to attend school.
Kmma Moushang will attend school at
Jim Harris has everything in his ped
lling wagon from a knitting needle to n
Hert f!idvin ia visiting his brother
' - ..--.
On Saturday Mr. Savage's horso broke
ifKhc aim ran nwav witn tho laiggy up
main sireoi. 10 tup serious uainage 01
botli horso nno vehicle. A combination
jf store clerks aud wlieelbarrows was
the cause of tho catastrophe.
On Sunday Rev Tlatt resigned his
pastoral charge nt Cowled, to talto effect
oveiuoer ist. at tno ciosoor live vears
if service. e gave advancing years as
no reason lor una step. 1110 church
invo a neat and commodious church
dificonnd parsonago, both in good ro
oair and free from debt. Tho church
'eoplonro united in each othor nnd in
heir pastor, and hopo tosccuro prompt
'y his successor.
Mr. Harris delays his return from In.,
on account of Ilho severe 'illnees of his
father, and sends his cousin Mr. Hotlines
vorthtouork in ihe storo. Tho latter
trrived on Saturday. He is warmly wol-
w'oiiimi iy iiisiriencisoirorinerjears.
On Monday Rev. Piatt attended tho
'uneralofWm. Fredenick, infant son of
111. Jluiy, on Kim creek.
jit. mm 4irs. uwrinco Uoren nre
naking friends nnd neighbors haptiy by
m extended visit from Iowa to their old
ionic. They drove through, .'XX) miles in
1 covered spring wagon.
Our district sceool opened its fall term
ast Monday with nlargenttendanco Mr.
Strnder principal nnd Miss Mubcl
Wright, primary department.
D. Uest has bu tiered n relapse unil is
sun connneci 10 his room but Is some bet
ter nt this writing.
Henry Keenoy is sick and may bo hin
dered from his cherished purpoho to go
away to school, for tho present. His
brother Hert was thrown from n horso
lust Wednesday an badly bruised. Xo
Win t corn wo littvo is ripening very
rapidly theso hot dajs.
V.TII.im Ilnrimaii was hnrnlu Clermont roim
ty , oiiin Niivrml-f r r.tti. Hi.', ainl illr-l Senti m
lier .".Hi, l".t. nunl .Vjjciirs iiinl 10 n.oritlii. lie
nas in.- Hecuml vni or Titer ami .Mary Hull
man. lil nn tin r 1IU1I when liuuasalio'it tlntr
e.U6 eld, illitl llU fiillier 1IU1I utiell lit tlio licit
11 i nui 1 eiiiC ifii im nri'iuri ny reiitsi
if lil. Lull r liowiiHp'aceil In Hie lauilly of a
nelsililiM'lii cirrniont roiintv, Ohio, uln-ro lie
rem ilnril ii'itll Itunltainnt the anon! vo jc.iih,
when lie wlin lilt sitter rein iied to White Hall,
ilreen county, llliiiols wliern he was eiu.icd
Miadtriii li.uiit.on n farm of Kniuk Ilaliiwln,
n.Mr While ll.ill. At llielirr.ikhit; nut nt the
rebellion lie enlUleil 1-1 a rlato iiiltPer In Co.
A. CM III. Int. Vol. Dec. lulli. InII, reinlMeii
In sunt! i'iiiii.any J.iiiu.iry llli, 1m. anil ilU
iliarccdiieiitrniberHtli, IVA. After lilt leturn
front the rfiin lielhiil at White Hull, linen
eotinti. IIIIik.U, reni(iIHK neirOlranl, IlllnoU,
wlieru hniinlleil III lUHnl.ipu to Mist K. ( le
ence, April "ill, IKC.tutlili in.lnn tin to ililldreii
wild hern, one sou mid io il tighter, the
jdimcctt ilansliler illt-il nt the HRe of in
uiontht tit (iiriinl, IIII1111I1. aiiius lliiifmaii
IiIh ulilist sun illeilat this plicj hepleuitier Id,
ISsO. iici'il'.'lyc.iiK. He leavei a whlnw hikI one
(I.uihIiut Mm. I hla Calm's, to mourn his lus.
Hu milltil w III 'lin ll,i.ti.l ehnreli near lilrar.t
Apt 11 -.'till, I CI, rem ilulliK a fKlllifnl tucniliei- cf
tlt.it eliureli iiiilllaliinit 1I10I11II or lro, when
lie lenioviil to I'.iwi le Clly. Nebraska., when
lin iiiiliul uliliiheUiilteil litetl.rn eliureli; 111
llio il.tloiit hlnlealli lin hell a letter fruln lie
United Ilnlhriii church, not ti: Intr mil eJ
with hii o.le r ilemoiiliialloii, hut all to li!s rest
tlenee with us lie liiuiittenileil Ihe Jl I.' eliureli
when niiloliowan a itevnlid fnll-wrrol I'lirM
onrcldur btothrr. llnwant iiniiiler iit.lanie-i
v. (lutllebl Tost No. 80 U. A. It. UepAiliiient of
NiIt.iiKh. aUo a, 1111 niber ol the A. . I'. V. or
tliUUt),ii(l Hie outer or the Initio or thu
(.rami Ann)', lie iuo. n so uro unites 01
oriimr of I llu lilliKSAUKll'll'.MIU, I6UJ irom
m r.n t ti..'v..ti. o.m.. ...t 1..
T Cream of he Knrtl. flour, equal to
the beal.-Rcd Cloud Produce Co.
D. M. Rose
" I wis troubled with terrible cola la cry
back and hail also kidney dlQculty.
For 27 Years I Suffered.
I took Hood's FamporiH aad feet-aa to ft
better. I have cot had aa atac- ilncu I be
gan to use It- I w oli) tiril o( ear!l ta
the head and sm no la jwd dtfalA' P. .
Hutu DenUoa, lows. ICO iwa aae Ji;IIar.
HOOD'S Pills esr Urn r, Jiaa-usj.
SUlu Has. Heave aad Cwuuc-sauo.
On last Saturday Sopt. 3rd, the pop
ulists of Webster county met in a gen
eral convention in Reel Cloud, for the
purpose of selecting delegates to attend
the state convention which was held at
Lincoln September oth. and for the pur
pose of nominating a county ticket.
The meeting was called to order by J.
L. Grands tall chairman pro tern, and
the committee on credentials was
selected. F. A. Sweezy was called
for, and in a few spicy remarks, a
synopsis of which in substance was as
follows: To use the words of our illus
trious congressman "where am I at!"
The issues are so numerous and am
biguous, that we are constrained to stop
and ask "where are we at?" we are here
to emulate the principles of the Ameri
can people. Opinions must change.
This convention is the most important
that jou ever held. To day you are rec
ognized by the press and public general
ly; jou have taken the proper position
now the question is. can you maintain
this josition? We can hold up tho ban
nor better to day by selecting the best
material for office. I believe that to day
the Independent party is stronger than
ever, ine silver question nas twen a
great issue. I can't see what the Sher
man lull had to do with the present
tlnnncial depression; the wholf trouble
is in the iniquitous banking system.
I agree with Wannmaker in reference
to suggestion of tho establishment of u
Immi savings uatiK in every town 01 a
The remarks were well received and
elicited much enthusiasm from the
large crowd present. Committees on or-
ganization was called nnd F. A. Sweezj
For Farm Loans
was made permanent chairman, and
Henry Gilliam was made Secretary
hx sheriff C. A. Teal recommended that
tho house elect delegates to the state
convention, first. The following twelve
well known citizens wero accordingly
placed in nomination
J. L. Miller.
F. A. Houchin.
C. A. Teel.
W. II. Hoffman.
O. R. Pitney.
G. W. Hite.
A. SI. Ray.
II. L. Hopkins.
It was then moved
and carried, that
tho election for county
pluco by townships, and
that tho first
Imllot no informal. The choico of tho
cotnontion for tho various officers wero
as follow.- For county Treasurer W. B.
Householder; for county Cierk.J. L. Mil
ier; for county BheritT. Aut-ust Zeririeh
Judgu DulTy was tho unanimoua choico
of tho convention for county judge, and
responueu witn some pleasant remarks,
which closed by saying, that if elected
he would perform as ever tho duties of
tho office to tho best of usability.
For county Superintendent, G. R. Me-
Urory of nlnut creek. i A, Kcuhn
tlio choice of tho convention for county
Surveyor. Steven A. Ilayless was the
unanimous choico of tho convention for
county coroner. Here undo Dick Payno
of Cathorton township arose and said:
I congratulate tho convention on their
choico for Coroner; Mr. liayles is 1111 old
union soldier and I have shot at him
many a time. Whereupon chairman
Sweezj'. remarked: Well Mr. Payne,
Judge Hayles way have tho opportunity
of bitting on you yet. Tim following
rocoliitions were read and addopted.
Tito delegates of tho Independent peo.
pies' convention assembled at Red Cloud,
Nebraska, September 'J ml, 183.1.
Rt.mii.vki). That wo reaffirm tho min.
ciples adopted at tho first National Con.
vention held nt Omaha, Nebraska, Julv
Jkmh,vi:i, That we congratulate the
mciiibera of tlio peoples party on their
votes in congress, on tho silver nuestion,
nnd thoso that assisted them shall bo
written in our book of remembrance.
Rt.solvt.ii: That wo recognize, that
now tlio iirinciples of our party nro bo
ing closely scanned, by tlio working mil.
lioim of our land, that it devolves tiion
enoli Individual voter, to nut his slioul.
tier to the wheel, ami awako u dutciuiiii.
ed ellort, to crysttilizo them into law, bv
any honorable means that can bo sug'
gi'Sted. The following cilizons wero chosen as
the county com nil committee:
Win. llnlshuc, Potsdam; F. K. Payne,
Catherton; John I.argont, Guide Rock;
O. R. Pitney, Inavalo; Austin Ri ev.
Oak Creek; John Huster, Heaver Creek;
W. 11. Guthrio. Stillwater; Peter Hill,
Kim Cieek; T. Kmertoii, GnrfleM; K-
'Chance, Line; T. F. Jones, Wa'nut
Ort0k 'j, B ,;(;,(lrB) Untin. w; A jJ
1 aienwood; G. W. Hite, Hftrmbnj j reO
Drv - Goods House.
September Bargain Sale eontin
necl One Week More.
Also special bargain sale in Remnants.
We are going to try
Remnants. We have marked them still
One big lot of Remnants in Ribbons that are
Also New Remnants in lots of
To Trade at
Dneker's Cash Dry Goods House.
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g: Your attention to the fact that we have tlio 25
5; Largest and most complete .stock of -
ZZ AIo Willi I'apcr, Palnij. auul OIIn, Slallmici-y, Pocket
J; Knlvc, Kuzur and ollon:i or all kludN,
m- ur Pr'cea a"- " lowest and wo guarantee satisfaction,
Cloud, flret ward Stephen Haylcn; 2d,
ward. J. H.Bailey; Red Cloud township,
Austin Riley, chairman; Steven A.
Dailess, secretary. Tho convention then
adjourned sino die.
The new bank of which so much Iuib
been said, will bein operations about
October 1st. They have purchased a
Crary screw door burglar proof safe,
which is Boiiiethinj,' very novel, and sub
stantml. Tho Rato which thev bought is.
now on exhibition at tho world's fair.
I ho new bank begins under very favor
able iinntiir'na nnrl Tut- P,,hm ,,.:!. ,.
them tho pecuniary success itsninnagnrB
nrn otirn tn .,. 1. I... .
...u n...u iu uinii, .ii it iiuur period
more publicity will be given to the new
The Lou cM World'N I'alr RiKer.
by tho Buriington Routo will h in efToi.t
September lOlh nnd 11th, when nfreu t
in Nobrnskn and Kansas will sell round
trip tiekois to Chicago at tho ono -way
rato. No such favorable onnnrtunitv na
this of eoing tlio Great Fnir will over
again present itself. Po not, thvreA'ore,
allow it to fclip by uuiumrovod. Al ilm
local ngent of the Uurliiigton liouto for
full information about tho specially re
duced World's Fnir rntcs of Soptetuber
10th and 11th. Thoj'ro tlio owest over
Over Post Office
Tlint'ii what llrown's wt0 cac,i ou .
him don't forget to get a bot tlo of
Ilnller's Snrsapiirilla. It's bo nlcu. Fnr
sale by Dejo it Gricp.
Special Exeunloiito l lie WorldV
On Sept. 10th and 11th, nil ngonts in
Kansas and ISolmiskli mr.y boII round
trip tickolH to Chicago at. rato tit ono
lowcBt lltat clnsa Htttiidni.a fuie limit for
return Sept. lith. A tonover.
and clean out all our
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L. COTTING. i
September 12th, nnd October 10th.
If you contemplate changing your lo
cation, it will pay you to tnko advantago
of tho Hurlington Route's HomeseokerB'
Excursions of Septombor 12th nnd Oc
tobor 10th. On those dates, round trip
tickets to tho Cheap Land relgioiiB of
western Nobrnskn, eastern Colorado aud
northern Wyoming will bo on rnlo at
very low rates. Nearly .") per cent
eaved. Burlington ltouto ngonts will
Bell round trip tickets tosonthorn points
-Texas, Oklahoma, etc, nt considerably
ruducedrntea. Ask tho locul ngent for
Tho good dio young but thoy nro
using Ilnller's litllo Gtrnnn Pills now
aud honest moil will soon bo n drug iu
tlio markot. For s.ilo by Deyo & Grice.
McN'i it will exchange- Hour and feed
at cash price?, for corn, oats or potatoes
ut uiarkut prices.
Tayi.ok keeps the largest and be6t
solecud stock of wall paper over
brought to Rod Cloud.
Aix fancy rockois 1,1 pur pent dircotint
of " - p- V. V. Taylou.
See V.'. V. Wiighfa forthonnoitgnso
lino Gtovej iu thooitvof Red cloud.
u ' v?.uaM ,)u hlul h' It-'i'ving ordora
, Wright keeps tlio best gasoline Btove
in tlio iiuirliot.
Among tlio ineideiits of cldldlinn.i n.ni
Htand out in bold relief, as our memorv
reverts to tho dnjH wlien wu woro young,
none nro moro prominent than Bovero
Hlcknes. Tlio young mother vividly ro
Members that it wnn Cluimborlnln's
Cough Remedy cured her of croup, unJ
in turn ndmiiiiHtorii to her own otuYnrinif
and nlwiB lth tho best results. For
anlo by Uejo.t Grice.
.In order to rediico atock, wo will sell
all fanny rookors for 15 por cent dlsoonut M V' '
for .'hi days. Now Is tho limn if voun '-.
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