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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1884)
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The Red Gloud Chief.
FKIDAY. MAY 2. 1884
iiF.iJE AXI 7HEUF-
Ou account of syveic January weath
er in the middle of April, I was detain
ed at home (Red Cloud) for some days
last week. During the first day of this
trip, Wednesday, I called on Mr.
Ben. Reed, Jr., who lives about ten
miles north-west of Bed Cloud, and
must say that a more go-ahead young
man I have not met in my travels. I
had the pleasure ot meeting hia verv
pleasant young wife, and fount? their
house pleasant and thrilty. Mr. R.
owns n quarter section of line land and
is fast developing from the virgin soil
substantial wealth in the shape ol
granaries, grain, cattl. etc., and in the
near future n well directed enterprise
Mill place I. mi in a coniloi table name
dwelling. On Wednesday night I stop
ped with Mr. Werner and familv
During the evening his son-in-law, Mr.
B. Cure, and his verv sociable ladv
called on the old folks and as a mat
ter of course a pleasant evening was
enjoyed by all of us. The farms of Mr.
"W. and C. join, and they are both
making rapid strides toward that com
plete independence and wealth which
is the lot of all farmers in Webster
county possessing such perseverance
and industry. On Ihursday 1 had the
pleasure of meeting the Fas'ler Broth
ers, eight miles south-west of Blue Hill
They are men of means, enterprise,
.and industry, owning a fine tract of
land and making substantial improve
ments in the shape of buildings, etc.
Prom here I drive two miles south
east and meet Mr. Fish, a verv fine old
gentleman and resident of thus county.
The only regret he expressed was that
he had not been able to attend the re
publican county convention, it being
the fust he had failed to be present at
for the last six years. After a very
pleasant farewell with Mr. F. I drove
two miles south-west to interview Mr.
Boyd, who owns a large farm, with two
hundred and forty acres under culti
vation. He has good buildings and all
the paraphernalia of a good substatial
farmer. About the first thing he want
ed to know was if I could inform him
why he could not obtain hotel accom
modations in Red Cloud when ho was
detained there over night a short time
ago while marketing hogs, and that
one hotel man told him he could but
would not accommodate him. I simp
ly fcive you what Mr. Boyd said, with
the remark that said hotel man made
a mistake. Wherever I go I find the
country commencing to look beauti
fully green, and the indications satis
factory that the cattle will soon be
frolicing on green pastures. Feed,
as a general thing, was put up by the
farmers last fall in sufficient quantities
eo that stork is looking well for this
season of the year. The people tell
me that the indications for a bounti
ful harvest of small grain was never
more ilatteiing under the circumstanc
es. I arrived in Blue Hill on Thurs
day evening, but owing to vour limit
concerning space I am unable to tell
you what 1 have seen and heard there,
but will next week. J. P. Walteks.
"Spring: has come Gentle Annie."
As this seems to be the way all vour
correspondents begin their communi
cations we wiii not be out of stvle.
Mr. D. H. MeCrary has returned
from his trip to St. Joe whither he has
been to buy goods for the new storo.
Anthony Arnison has his blacksmith
Fjiop nearly completed, and a part of
the lumber is on the ground for his
new dwelling house, to be erected just
east of the post-office
Politics are beginning to be quite
lively. A few, mostlv old fogies and
chronic ollice seekers, are for Blaine,
but the majority of the good men are
entirety satisfied with the present ad
ministration. Time conquers everything. We
have at last got the switch where it
should have been placed at first, and a
new depot is soon to be erected.
Mr. O. B. Harvey is putting a new
colo- on the cheese factory. It is to be
turkey red with a pink ovcrskirt and
flounce. The pockets are also to be
trimmed with pink.
Mr. E.H. Palmer had the pleasure
of seeing another of his best cow.
knocked oil" the track one dav last
week, by No. 7t. Mr. Palmer is'build
ingoiie ol the best pastures in the com
munity, which will probably serve to
keep the engines awav from his cows.
There are several old sites for sale
just west of us, cheap for cash. One
gentleman, who lives in the far eat
lias a town site for sale. Another gen
tleman, who was once a county officer
has an old bridge site for sale. While
several others who have had a sfcht of
trouble in this matter, will sell out
cheap and take a long note on Day
men t. r
W. J. Vance is for Blaine. Perhaps
rf Jimmy is elncted W. J. will get the
P. O. at this place. The congregation
"" P,ea,rc rise and sing with him,
'This is the way I long have sought.
And mourned because I found it not "
after which they will be dismissed with
the usual leiiediction by
X. X. Arpoi.Lo
TATE OK KHJKASKA. WKBKTER COUN
Thi U wmml u ay concern:
west one mile to the. half mile corner on the west
side of section . town four (4). It uineV'ii ?
running through the center of'saal stki,. est
and w est and terminating at said S 'J.
rcimttl faiorabteaiiil re.-coiiuuends Ui7'esbt
Us limeiiter said line or road as pray",? roTin
sai.l petition, ami all Ejections thereto ore Jims'
for damages ;iim.st be filed in Uie countv clerk's
office of said county on or tefnrc noon o"f the 1st
,,!r,rf,J,i,''.Al,-WM'ws,cnrojid will be ev
tabllshwl witliout reference. J. V. Hayiia.
Ked Cloud. Nebraska, April JOsST' Crk-mays-may
A WJPP Send six cents for i..;tage. and re
flfftlMiftreive free, a costly Ijox of poods which
wiiHielpr.il. of either sex, to more mousy right
snvay Uian any tliiiic t-Ne in this ucni.l. Ftr
maes await the v inkers absolute. At outvad
tltvzs TJtt'K & Co.. Augusta, .Maine.
Organization of tlie Red Cloud BiuMing As
portation of Red Cloud. Nebraska.
-VE. CHAKI.ES PIJVTT.I). II. KAI.EY. G.
S. Albright. I II. Wallace, and .lolin K.
Sliircy, all of Itcd Cloud. Webster county. Neb..
In hereby ineonorate ourselves ami all persons
who may heeuinc stockholders hereof into a
body corporate for the purpose of erect Ins;, fur
ltMiitiiriinil maintaining an oiera house in Ib'd
( 'Solid, W'esbter comity. Nebraska, under the
general incorporation laws of the state of ':
hrcibka. AitTiCLR II. The n:iine of this corioration
snail be "The Keel Cloud Ituilriiii!; Association."
ami its place of driiiK iuisine-s shall be at lied
Cloud. Webster coi- t,, Iebniska.
AicnciR III. The capital !ok of this cor
poration shall be an authorized capital of &V,
to be paid in under the direction of the board of
directors of said corporation and be divided in
to shares of ten dollars eah.
A kticlk I V. The commencement of this cor
lonititiii shall be April is. Is81. and shall con
tinue to the first day of January, tow. iiutl may
be renewed from time to time indefinitely.
Aktici.k V. The business of this corporation
shall be controlled and managed by a president,
vice-president, secretarv. ami treasurer, and
hoard of the directors, three of whom shall In- a
I'lioruin. The directors shall be elected at a reg
ular meet in: to he held annually on the, tlrst
Wedne-dav :ifttrthel:it Mondav in .Ianuar. by
the shareloldirs, each share of "stock entitlim;
the holder thereof to one ote
and at the same time, or at any
adjourned mcftitu; thereto. The directors
shall elect a piesideiit. ice-president, secretary
ami tieasiircr. all ol wliom shall remain inofllce
until their si;e-esMrs are elected. The presi
dent shall be elected fiom the hoard of directors.
Aktici.k VI. The indebtedness or the corpor
ation sha'.l at no time c.vceed two-thirds of the
capital stock, which is $vjt.
Auric;. r. VII. The corporation may enact
and adopt' hv-laws as it may deem proper and
necessary from time to time by a majority ote
of all its directors.
Aktici.k VIII. The business of this corpora
tion shall he to crtct an opera house, erecting,
buying ami selling such other proiierty as it may
Aktici.k JX. The organization of this cor
poration shall be. complete ami perfect upon the
tlliiunf the articles of incorporation in the of
fice of the coutitv clerk of Webster county. Ne
braska. For the remainder of the year riia.
l'latt shall be president, 1). 11. Kaley shall be
vice-president. !.. H. Wallace shall lie treasurer,
and .Ino. II. Shirev shall be secretarv-.
Witness our bauds this tstli day of April lsM.
.INO. It. SlIIUKV, C. .1. l'LAIT.
I- H. W.VLI.ACK, 15. S. ALIlltHIHT,
I). II. K.U.KV.
Notions, Wall Paper, Ac.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
JUSTICE r.USINKSS IN COUNTV coniT
beftireOcorgeO. Vciser. County Judge in
and for Webster county and State ot Nebraska.
Isaac N. Taj lor
T. A. SlcCreary
Said defendant will take notice that said
plaintiff lias commenced an action in said court,
tor the purpose of recmcrins the sum of thirty
six dollars ilue on an account lor Itoard. ami that
on the 17th day of .March, 1J. said Otoiye O.
Vei-er. I'oiiutv.Iuilge in and for said Webster
county. Nebraska, issued an order of attachment
againM vm for said amount, and that uader said
order the liurlincton and Missouri K:er Itail
roail Compaov have been at tat lied as garnishees.
You aie further remdrcd to appear and answer
said cause on or before .Mav -JO. ISSJ. at in o'clock
a. in., to which time said cause luis been ad
journed tivinler of said oart. ami tuat if you
fail to appear judgment will be rendered against
on for said amount and costs and said railroad
companv held liable for any amount due ami
owing to ou by them. Isaac N. Tav i.tut.
ivr t ase ,v .ic.cnv. ins auorneys.
Dated atltetl Cloml. Neb., April It:, nw.
Is now fully prepared
to buy CATTLE and
HOGS, for which
he will pay the
HIGHEST PRICES !
See him before you buy, it will pay yon.
New Office and Yards-3r aea
WROUGHT IRON PUMPS
Are concede by all to htand witliout
a rival for Cheapness, Simplicity,
Durability and Perfect Working.
Lay aside the old wooden pump thm
lielonRs to tne ae of wooden plows,
wooden forks and wooden shoes, and
jret nice, light and handy iron pump,
that will compare with the plows and
other implements of our time, dough's
Patent Wrought Iron Pump,, is not
only perfect, in its working, but needs
no repairs, and will last as king a a
crow bar. Look at sample set on Vel
ster street, in Public well. For sale by
D. C. WALKER,
RED CLOUD, NEB.,
Pole Auont for Webster County. Nob.
j isa? See lite pump before yon buy.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENC7,
Bingaman & Kirk,
KED CLOUD. NEB.
We have the only complete and accurate set
of abstract books m this county, and
make a specialty of our
Insurance, Life, Accident, Fire, Tornado and
OLOriil, wriubCJii in one
Best and iost Reliable Companies.
By fair dealing, prompt a,nc energetic work
we nope to merit and gain our share of pub
lic favors. Call and see us. Correspondence
solicited. Reference furnished.
OFFICE At the Blue Front next door to
"Way & Co.'s hardware store, Red Cloud.
A. H. BRO JFJV,
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
Will be Opened for Business on or
about May 15 1884
Will be first-class
OFFICE AND YARD.-Opposite Watson's
Red Cloud, Neb.
Lock box, 122.
Grand Opening of
Friday and Saturday, May 2, 3.
The Largest and Finest assortment
of Millinery Goods ever brought
to the city. Don't forget to
Opposite Chicago Lumber Yard.
Agent for Butterick's Patterns.
S. R. McBRIDE.
Mrs, WM IWliI
DryGoodsand Dress Goods
Calicoes, Ginghams, Muslins, Hamburgs,
Laces, Notions, Hosiery, Ribbons, Etc.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA..
Always ket'i on linul;:i.fiill jtiul vumiiiotr hue f the above goods, ami will .sdl them
CMKAF FM eAWMe
AH B ods gimraiitwrt as n-prcM-ntert or money
A"- b lu-fore you Iiuy.
John Boesch, Amboy, Neb.
C. L- Kirk,
D. C. MEYER,
in every particular.
n.-fi:niled. Ca I and
examine her stock before
How rarely iloes does a mnner e-ontempiate a
newly liarniwed Held with sat Ufact loir.' He
walk over it and .sees here and there seed un
convered; here a furmwKliivuntiiiU'heilliecatLte
Use .surface was not quite level, and there a
buiieli of .ttnbble drawn into a heap having
Imugnl the soil and seed before it for yards. He
idiakes his head sadly and wishes there w:w a
harrow that would do the work jierfectlv; level-
arrow mat wotuu o me worK jieriectiv; level
ii the ronsh places: breaking up the cfotls, anil
ot onlj p-dwriing the soil, but turning it over
tieseeil .sed so tint t'.'s a'l coverall to an
even depth and without waste. Imt tiie fanner
mho lists uie "aciik; iniverizmg narrow. Clod
enisher and leveler has none of the sadness and
disr.piHiintment, for his fields are leveled and
nuiW -wed and siiioothed and the seed properly
ov.in'd. Fall plowcdground especially nctls this
perfect work which is done tnucklvainl without
the need of any spring jJowiug 'iliis :U is :l
gootl iidtivator until the etni is aliovc twelve
liiihts in heljihth. For ;ile by
mil i mm f
MILLINERY STORE I
Now on display, the Largest Stock of EX
CLUSIVE MILLINERY to be seen
in the Yalley. Just opened a
a fine assortment of
"slTV wrry ?Zr v
Secured at a bargain and MARKED AT
PRICES that will sell them without
Children's Dress Bonnets a Specialty. Can
give you the benefit of the Latest
Eastern Styles and Trimmings. y
J. A. FOWLER.
First Door North First National Bank. 1
T. C. HACKER,
STAPLE Ail .fANCY GROCER,
' . ' l SPOSSSFIELL'S OLD STAND. I n h
Groceries. gtRed cloudf . Nebraska, g l rvisions
n : ml tx''-L UNE 0K m!p;c;r,o
oroccnes. .;-. flwrifle
Groceries, m Provisions,
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, 331 Your jmtronase is rc-pei'tfully solic- Provisions
. h itod. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Maryatt & Co.
Silverware, ?M Platedwar3)
Plain Rings, Fancy Rings
Spectacles. "m Castors, etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. ,
We keep everything in the Jewalry
line. Repairing of every de
scription promptly done.
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WaUliwUiiUllnJ, . PrnvKinnQ
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Cigars, Etc., m
mi & hii,
baussst. Fresh rtsli. i.yster
MA Case &M Fries 1
.tW for IliiK-s ami I'clts-
Wi-n i want the BEST m
call on u:it i:.irinTM
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