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The Red Cloud Chief
FRIDAY, MAY 30. 1834.
Bex Butler has accented the nora
ination for president on the anti-mon-
op ticket, and will now bait his hook
for other party nominations for the
same position. He is looking cross
eyed towards the democratic party
hoping that it will fall from grace and
do him the honor already confercd on
him by the anti-moiiops. Benny will
never get there, S. J. T. having the
lead in the democratic ranks.
Ok Tuesday, June 3, the National
Republican convention will be held in
Chicago. In all probability we shall
be able to tell the readers of The
Chiee in our next issue who the next
president will be. The prospects seem
to be fair for a dark horse, but our
readers need not be surprised if Arth
ur or Blaine cet to the front. For the
the interest of harmony and ultimate
success we hope the candidate will be
one that every republican can conscien
We should judge that Wayne Mc
Veagh was a crank from his last insult
to President Arthur. It is all non
sense for people to hold Mr. Arthur
accountable for Guiteau's actions.
Presiden Arthur has made an able ex
ecutive, and has been highly praised
by all classes of people, and all parties
for his ability in the management of
the duties connected with his office,
under the trying circumstances upon
which he took the office. Such liltel
ious articles as McVeagh'e are certain
ly very much out of place at this time.
Owing to the late wet weather com
bined with the sickness of some 6 or 8
of the smaller children, we have not
been able to write anything for the
past few weeks.
Crops are looking well. Consinerable
corn is up and small grain never look
ed better. Last Sunday, together with
three other young ladies we traveled
over a considerable portion of Mount
Hope district. We found the crops
looking splendid, and every farmer
jubilant. We stopped to talk with but
.few, but from those whom we did con
verse with we concluded that the peo
ple in that neighborhood never felt
Mr. X. E. Harvey we found strolling
over the prairie in his dressing gown
and slipper?, watching the grass grow,
he informed us, and from the wa he
struck out after he left us we conclud
ed that he was watching for something
Mr. Finley Hale we found calmly
surveying the beautiful prairie where
his fine stock were grazing. Mr. Hale
is one of the promising young bachel
ors of Gospel Ridge, where he has
dwelt lor some time past. The great
wonder of the people around here is
why he does not many, but he ex
plains all by telling them he never will
marry, and so far lie has successfully
eluded all the wiles of the fair sex.
Mr.A.T. Walker and Abe Melton
have gone up on the Niobrara to look
for some claims. They will return soon
and if suited will take their families up
in the fall.
W. J. Vance still continues to wear
his old clothes, milk cows and shout
We noticed on our streets within the
East few days several gentlemen from
led Cloud, among others were J. N.
Rickarde, W. H. Strohm, G. R. Chancy
We also noticed the smiling face of J.
P. Walters, who although he may not
be an Irishman, has certainly kissed
the Blarney stone. These four gentle
men came up one at a time, for the
joint purpose of peddling a little law,
doing a little surveying, and last but
not least doing considerable insuring.
That great moral side show, "Zara,"
of the Argus combination was seen not
long ago wending its peaceful way
along Michigan avenue, in the north
end ol our city.
The McCrary Bros, have vA some
posters struck oir and pasted all over
this precinct, and as a consequence
their trade is constantly increasing.
Mr. E. H. Palmer and H. S. Luce
started for the mountains last Sunday
morning, but owing to some misfortune
they returned before night somewhat
disgusted with their attempt.
Mr. Arnison has his new house
nearly completed, and expects to move
in about the first of June.
Miss Minnie Bliss, who nas been vis
iting her aunt for some time past, has
returned to Endicott for a time.
Mr. II. H. Holdredge, who has been
stopping at Minden for some time, has
returned and is at nresnnt. stnnn;n.r
with onr worthy P. M. 3
Mr. Charles Hunter has gone to
Kansas City with two carloads of hogs
Charlie is getting to be one of the sub
stantial men of Webster county.
If the weather continues good you
will probably near moro from
X. X. Apollo.
Far k Fourth of Jul; !
But while you are hurrahing for the
4th of July, don't forget to call on
G. S. ALBRIGHT,
WHO HAS THE
LARGEST and BEST
Line of elegant and plain
And all manner of Musical Instru
ments, and Sheet music, etc.
In the city.
Prices Very Low!
If you wish to save money and gct'the
best goods, do not fail to see my
stock of goods.
Is at the front again with the
Of all klmK nnrt
The ml . Thomson
Farmers, yon will do well to call anil examine
goods ami Ret prices before yon bnv else
where. I have a full stock of re'nalre
and wire for binders ou hand.
improved Iron Mower !
Can not be beat for LIGHT DltAFT and good
work, and don't you forget It.
C. W. DOW, Agent,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
anil as cheap as they can 1k bought elsewhere.
UAKKIAtiE TlllM.MIMi A SPECIALTY.
Call and see him before von buy. o. (. Hub
erts' old stand. W. MOSENTIIEIN.
Dry Goods, Notions
HATS! MPs. SHOES!
Groceries, Queensware, &c.
RED CI OTJD, - NEBEASKA-
H. W. BREWER,
Has opened a New Lumber Yard at his
Grain Elevator, where he hopes to see
all in want of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Doors,
Windows, Lime, Hair, or anything in his line
Special figures on bills. Call on Brewer
Cash Paid for all Kinds of Grain.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
Bixigam&n & Kiris,
RED CLOUD 1STEB.
We have the only conrDlete and accurate set
of abstract books In this county,- and
make a specialty of our
Insurance, Life, Accident, Fire, Tornado and
Storm, written in the
test end Most Reliable
Bv fair dealing, prompt and energetic work
we hope 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. II. BROWN,
WiEISbe Opened for Business on or
about May 19, 3334-
F Will be first-class in every particular.
,. OFFICE AND YARD.-Opposite Watson's
Red Cloud .Neb.
Lock box, 1 22
ni0 if. aiw j
D 17 3 oe ds and
Calicoes, Ginghams, Muslins, Hamburgs,
Laces, Notions, Hosiery, Ribbons, Etc.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Always keep otuhnitlfci full and complete line of the above koo1s, anl w ill sell tliem
fflEAF FK H3ASM
Having a large assortment of remnants and
pieces of handsome brocaded silks, satins and
velvets, we are putting them up in assorted bun
dles and furnishing them for "crazy patchwork""
ciishious, mats, tidies. &c, &c. 1'aekaKo No l is
a handsome bundle of exquisite silks, satins
and brocaded velvets (all different). Just the
thine for the most superb patterns or fancv work,
bent postpaid for X cents in postal note'or one
cent stamps. Package Xo.' contabdni; three
times as much as parteie "o. 1. Sent postpaid
for SI. These are all of the very finest nuality
and cannot be equalled at any other silk works
in the the U. S. at three times our prices. They
Will Please anv Lid V. One order :ilw:iv. lirln.i
dozen more. lid:es' mauiial of fancy work.'
witli 400 illustrations and full instructions for!
artistic fancy work, handsomely bound, post-'
said, 50 cents. Order now. Address-. Tun
Kochestek Silk Co.. ItoJiestcr. -. V. '
C L Kirk,
D. C. MEYER,
AND GMNITE WOKS
Oi and csaminctliclr stock before
OjirHisiU - btatelSank.
D. G. WALKEB,
HavinK purchased E. M. l'erkins' interest
PUMP AWT I
Business is now prepared to fill orders for same
on short notice, and
At Bottom Prices !
Kepair work, pipe fitting. &c. promptly attended
to. tan be found at Perkins old stand at all
times, lie rcajctfiilly solicits your order--, and
Kiiarantces satisfaction. See him before i laclm:
30. O. Walker,
Largest and Best
As fast as they come upon
PRICES vtekbey LOWEST
Latest Styles in Trimmings I
J. A. FOWLER.
First Door North First National Bark.
T. 0. HACKEE,,
STAPLE km F iiOCER.
pmppr; e r 3l SP0SSriSLD-2 OLD STAHD. "
groceries. ,Red C0ud, - Nebraska, g
G' m' i'L'I.L LINE OK . 2
rocenes.' u,i -. , Pi
Sausagt Fifsli Fish. Oyscrs
Higki Cash Mat Fries!
lliitl for Hides and Pelts.
When yon want the BKST men1
call on us at d'arliurs
Maryatt S Co.,
RFD CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
We keep everything in the Jewelry
line. Bepairing of every de
scription promptly done.
Assortment in City.
Canned Fruits, 'E'
- L, Provisions
Cigars, Etc., m
is ropcctftilly solic- 33 Provisions
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