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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1884)
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The Red GLouirCrfiBF
CATCH ON TO THIS!
A.C. HOSttER, - -Prpffi&J
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J II?f?vwillnom1nRted for con-
urtfatic-fnflion ticket, on Tuesday,
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The democrat and Tmti-monops.
lmvcbeen advised by Ben Butler to
fuse in Nebraska. We can not sec bow
tbe reform is to come about tlmt tiic
anti-monops. are figJitingfor by a fu
ion with tbe u.itorrified. Tbe democ
racy hrtd an opportunity to correct tbe
evil during tbe last congress, if tbey
Inid felt so disposed.
v, All along tbe line comes 'the cheer
ing"heva of republican succcis in Xo
vember."0nHVfliy4iand the republi
can nominees are met twth unbound
ed entbus-ia-sm, and the people are de
termined to elect Blaine and Logan.
In Maine tbe victory is great, tbe iat-c-st
jeports.howingan incrcafced ma
jority of several thousand votes. The
enthusiasm is becoming greater and
the people's choice, Blaine and Logan,
will he elected. On tbe other hand tbe
''roses fade and fall," and so with
Cleveland his history is faiding, and
by November will pats away, and be
will be relegated to tbe rear ranks j&f
his party to be forgotten. Theople?
4T .IUJU UIIU C" IIIUW It
The Anti-iInniJTiveMtlon at Lincoln
By rt-qifcjprujt tbe following
ertlirrece?s vcaterdav afternoon
itucon vent ion pmccM-iled to make ar-
.Trtngments for the cnnfercnee with thu
green backfrn, who wen holding a on
M'utiou in City hall. A committee
was appointed to confer with a like
committee from thegrcenliaeker. rela
tive to the matter of fusion. Messrs.
We-tover, 31 ill., Cook, Houston and
Mi'(J:tw were aj)pointed as such com
mittee. 'J'iie committee on credentials then
reported ind the delegates were seated.
The committee on permanent organi
zation reported the following.
Kor permanent chairman, Mr. Man
chaster of Hamilton county; for vice
president II. M-Woods, of Cass county,
J)avid Hale, of Washington count; :
J'M. AspiuwaH, . Douglis county; .1.
Burrows, cl tiryf county; J). A. Hull,
of Otoe county; JI. S. Allev, of Cetlar
county. As secretary Mr. O. s?. Hen
dee. The chairman, rr. Manchester took
the chair and expressed his thanks to
the convention for the honor tbey bad
A motion was made that tbe conven
tion to go in body to mcel B. R.Butler.
The committee which was.ent to con
fer with the greenback committc re
lativo to a fusion convention rejiorled
that the agreement had been reached
that where each party had a delegate
from a county, making two, that each
delegate be allowed to eal. half the.
votes to which tbe county was entitled.
Jt was adopted.
A committee of three was appointed
to invite the greenbarkei to join with
the auli-monops in the academy of
limbic. Messrs. Alien jioot, . .
(liliMjn and Albert Kwing composed
the co'V.mittee. A committc was ap
pointed to recitsve and eutre-ain CJen.
B. F. Butler. Mes-rs. K. Slater, W.F.
1'eck, S. Talmer, and E-(Jov. Jbitler
were appointed as such committee.
Alter. some confusion the convention
adjourned to City ball to meet and rc
cleve CJen. Butler.
after tbe speech by B. F. Butler, tbe
conveniiiMi was again called to order in
the academy of music about 9 o'clock
A motion was made that the conven
tion proceed to nominate live electors.
A substitute was offered providing for
the appointment of a committee offive
t confer with a like committc from
the democrats with instruction and
power to choice five electors to place
upon the fusion ticket. The substitute
There was some confusion and a vast
deal of boisterous speaking in which it
was claimed that Mr. Boot was not a
eieir-Me but was .simply the agent of
It was announced that tbe green
backers would meei with the anti-
monops at nine o'clock t1
and the convention adji, ' i
5, 10 and $20 Prizes !
Offered to purchasers of $5, $10 and $15 at the
4- hl rt Kalo Cloililns House
Every purchaser of above amounts has a chance to Guess the
iNumoer oi ieansinci-iass jarin zae siore, tne one guess
NEAREST number iu each class will be awarded the above
m goods such as ne may select trom the largest stock asa lowest
Glothmg, Furmsmng Goods, Celebra$fa Selz Boots
and shoes for Men, WomepjMW Children.
Hats and Caps, Tragfis, Valises, &c,
QRAVING, JJECEMBER 26, '84
All goods are marked inPxAIN PIG-URES, square dealing and one
.iSrice onluis our motto.
All are invited tcxSzamme stocK and prices and be convinced
money can be saved buying goods of
SteBank Block, Red Cloud.
Artvirc t 3Iotb-rs.
Are you !l-tiirlfit pi allit .irirt tirnken ot your
ro-K lv a "J k rtillft mi.Tt1k ami tI".': wh!i
pain of cuttlni: UilW: IfsuK-mlHt on- ami
K't a bottle of Mrs. wIii-Imw'- f):hm "nip
or cliililnn tc thtns:. Us Mw 1?. inrah'iihititv.
It will n'llrvc tin- llttlr Miiri-n-r Inimnllan-Iy.
I)i'lfiil ujhiii it. inntli-rH. Uin- i- no mhtakr;
alMHit It. It run- (Ivst'iiU-rj- ami illarrlnra. n-i-ul:t:i.
tin stomal It ami twN,uin-' wlml i-olle.
softens the ;"i!ii reilnees inJl.iiiiii'ttion. atul
.ive.s tone and ciienrv to the whole svt"i.
Mn. lnsln.-'s MMitlilti .H.vriip for rliHiln-n
leethlnj: U j'le-isjiia to the taste, ami N the pre
senption of one of the o!1e.t ami let female
nur.-i ami pliv.sli-l:iu In the Tinted State.", ami
- for sale lv all !ni;iststhn)iiUoiit the.orld.
Vrlw'St cents a Itottle.
Mu. Dany has rermired in the bit
few days, over 10 paraols and urns
hrellas. If you want repairing in that
line, call on him. 51-tf
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VnnUln.IjOii.on.OrMnce. etc., flnrnr Tntise,
Crcuii..:-'m)i;ii...l:c.,ii tW Hviyunil nul
uraltj" iik tiiol i tilt rrnm it l.lcli lbi-yiiri-itni.
FCIi STlWX-JiTH .VXD TRCE FUU1T
FLAVOIt THEY STAND ALONE.
Price Sakir: Pov3r Co.,
St. Louis, TAo.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr. Price's Lupi:Hn Yoasfc Gems,
llcnt Dry Hop Yrunt.
VS illh.1. BUT O.SK CUAliXY
UGHT HEALTHY BREAD
Cak of liarhcd wire, cleap at
Fiiksi! oystors at A. Lautcrbach's.
If yon want a square meal, as fruit,
ves;etallcs. etc., of any kind you should
call on A. Cummin, one door south
offerer's drugstore. He keeps the
he-t of every thinir at reasonable prices.
See him. tf
Fiikmi oystors at A. Lautcrbach's.
Havimr determined to quit farming for
the present, 1 will sell at public auc
tion at my residence 14 miles north
wot of Ited Cloud and nine miles north
of Tnavale, Neb. (on section 22, T. 3,
Monday, Sept., 22, '84
the folloiwng property :
180 Head" of Cattle;
75 of whivh are cows and heifers, most
ly high grade sort-horns; 45 calves,
aJl high gra Km, have run with the
cows,) '2 b l!s. one thoroughbred and
neMhree-fourths bred shorthorn, 60
head of good two and three year old
feeding steers, seven horses, three of
them good brood mares, and two
geldings, all large and young; also, two
colts. 70 head of hogs. Agricultural
implements, consist! in; of two wacons.
sulky plow, cultivators, stalk cutter,
reaper ami mower, norse rake, wheat
fan, drajrs, five-ton stock scale, and
X)0 seasoned ash pusts, SOQOspoundaof
Glidden barb wire, mostly "galvanized,
100 acres of corn in field.
TERMS All sums of $10 and under
cash; over that amount a credit of 12
months, 10 per cent, interest, except
the following: Sir months on hogs,
- 10 per cent.: feeding cattle, cash, or if
-1 purchaser prefers, arrangements can be
VmAdeJbr six months' time at usual
? j-Ates 11 purchasers on time required
tiogive well secured notes before re-
" moving jropertv. Sale to commence
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Th9 best dry hop veast fn the world. Bread
raised by this yeast Is Hqht. white and whoto
geme like our grandmother's delicious bread.
GROCERS SELL TKZfcl.
Price Baking Powder Co.,
MM Ir. rrics's special Ylmm Eiincis,
Chicago, III. t. Louis, Mo
X THE DISTUICT COUKT OF WEDSTr.lt
Hannah rhilliiis. rinlutlir.
Ethuinl Phillips, nefcmlnnt.
To Edwiird I!hillis noil loii'out defendant:
Vou are hereby notillcd that the alnne
lu'ined plaintitnilod her jietition aaint joh iu
the dbtriot itxirt of " i lMor eonnty, ehni-k:i.
on the filh tlay of ik'jitemher, 1S4, the ohjeet
..! ..m.. r.C .. lit.. I I. ... .!.... d. .1 m .. .11
voree frtm on on the grounds of evtieine cruel
t vaud failure, to itnnide tnainteuaiut for si id
plaintiff. Hie defendant Julwurd rhillip. will
therefore take notiee thane is required to an
swer aid petition on or lWore .Vtondav. the 'joth
day of Oetoher, 184, r hi default will be taken
and judgment entered ammlinglv.
Ity V. 11. Strohin, herattoniev.
Dated September C. !SSJ. e-tw
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PBBKEB '-iemmmmLr' kJrmrmrSWmWmmmmmmmmmmmWmm
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"Honest Tea is the Best Policy."
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T1IK jSTKW YORK
Grocery and Oueensware House
rv Seeds, and Notions!
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
Oil AI90 SHOES
Groceries, Q,ueensware, &c.
EED CI OUD - 1SEBEASKA
Frw liclivery to Ail IrtM of t'lly.
There was a big show in
town, but that show was
nothing compared to the
Largest ::J Best !
X Assortment in the city
& , -
V irrices, xne very
B. F MIZER,
Heating and Cooking Sisre !
At the store of
Morhart & Fuiion,
all parties wishing any
thing in that line will
S xv - M a y by Cal 1 u 1 o; on Us
At the Boss-town Hardware store.
Goods we have ami Sell we must, either for Ca?Ii or on Tru.st.
30 Days" - 30 Days
Notions, Boots & Shoes
Great Bargains for Cash at
0OWLBS, - - NEBRASKA.
aM jtn'r ri-ttntri xtrAlM
Delaf orgue 5c Sellers,
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q'l Av,. the nrer of
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liM-rfHafcJVsr--.W-l .V-3 ...:-l S 1vt
JmWmmr riv. J3T ii Cltfi jrv;v'ii.cTM. ilflo "Li J
City Meat Market
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litt? I'.'ittliir .;. Coim- ami
VTtTT ) ' Hhmii ami Kvt jour
gy ISUlii n
Mi f! )P .ir J
than tin- !it
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Lcdsd at FraaUia, Fpscklin C3nl2b?asia.
DfS. DAKLINQ & CAMEROJM,
Office over Red Cloud National Bank.
We Treat All Chronic Diseases with Success !
Diseases Peculiar to Ladies a Specialty.
All consultation STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
OFFICE HOURS From 9 a. m. to 12 m.. and j. in. until 9 p. m. Gills
proiuptlo attceded night or day. RESIDENCE Over Perkins &, Mitchell's
BED CLOUD, WEBRASHM.
Dealer in Flour, Feed, Meal, Cigars,
Tobaccos, Potatoes, Canned Fruits,
Five Courses of Study !
Academic 4 years,
Preparatory 3 years,
Normal 3 yearss,
Healthful location, Surroundings
moral, 2o Saloons, Terms Reasonable
Library, Physisal apparatus, Geologi
cal Cabinet, Reading Room, Ac
Instruction Thorough !
For Catalogue, address.
Rev. W. Hampton,
Notice sf DboltisH.
Notice Is hereby ?irea tint "tfer partnership
heretofore rxiMtoc bclwvcn S. VV. Coon and A.
V.. Wllli-s iKiirt- tie tease ot Coon & WII1 Is
thU dav lL-Svrd bT nunul CDOtit. Tbe
.vUtl S. Vr. Ctou will ce&ct all accosnU dae.
VIhiiiK to make morn for nur Tall nnl winter
(loiwl'. we offer tlie foilon !z iri- on fftKli
named until further notUe:
Black Oil, per gal. - 20c
Colden Oil, good, - 35c
Machine, Castor, - 75c
Ext. Lard Oil, - 70c
Our entire Mack of Dnc at iVoDbbmcIj- low
T. C. HACKER,
ST PL AND FANCY GROCER
Oroccncs. Red coud . Nebraglcaf a Provisionj
Groceries. n Clloice Grocerles. !: Provisions
D -.--.. C ..
rrovisions, ,n Provision &
Canned Fruits, iC
r;r-n. r ' Provisions1
Clears. Etc.. m
GrOCCnCS. Your plronasf r-HTtftilly roUo'3) PrnviQirknc
(i(e(I. .sia-fii-tMi trwMu.l. XJ WVl:I-',I-
Prices Very Low. Meals served at all hours SSS.
- uau ajia see nis sxock 01 vtuuusil
Xails at $3 75 per 100 pounds.
Door Lock, good, 3 for $1 00
Door Hinges 2$x2 with screws, ten
cent$ per pair.
Door Hinges 3x2$ with screws, 10c
Milk pan?, G qt. per doz. $1.10.
All other snelf goods in proportion.
Alio, carry a full line of
Boots,!Shoes, HaL Cap?, Gent' Furn
ishing Goods, Notion, etc., which we
olTcr very low for cash.
PEAK & LATTA,
COWLES, - NEB.
K. W. COOX.
A. G. Wills.
Notice U hereby sives Uot I wriX exoaste aH
pernft -mBVuy desire to cSirr twehe
candidate for teacfecr af tie remsoa !
of WVbtercoaityat tejeiRr-la Jtri Oct ea
teeteaceata.SB. Ias ,x5c for .eciu
Cewty sefertef esdest ef pie taraenw.
$25 to F$50 PER DAY
Cn eaJiilr be mlc using the
OLD "REUIAJ3UE VICTOR
Wc mean it and are prepared U drrnomiratc tbe fact. The well merited tjc-
ce?a fihich hx. crowned our effort dnn thr wwit fifteen yr, ami with
eacelsior for our motto, we are Monarch of all in eYrr cMistry in lUm
orld. Our machinery i ojerAted br either Mati, lfor tr oumm
and work xery rapsdl. They rane its tarn from
3 inch to 4 1-2 Feet in Diameter.
AIM "tin twr" ;kJ oit IO JB5J ITTOinj ry. irj t. mi tT TtK'r I tajy 4HMI ftfc
ail kttxJ of Erttv. ofJ zsJ irxl Us-V-cv. M:jsm)!V4. too- crxJ. Ojtr, lun tA
saxxl. Tbrj air lJcfct r&MJtes, liar4ir i cstrsW. raifjr ortC. 4rMr 144 rtjtrw
Prospecting for Coal, Gold, Silver, Coal Oil
And all JtIaJ of MbvrJ aa4 Itr- ti3ctr --fei ll and Onf Asjft. 4,. - ,r -- .
n-ntI. we alo taraKt YAXte. UHkt, jot rfil, HrrfraaJir- )Um, Krx- bwml krtA Mv i 'd
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Grood live agents wanted in every country in
in the world Address,
Victor Well Augur and Machine Co..
Sit PineSt,SLLouis,Mtsouri,U.e. A.
SUte what pper yoo w tiii s- 3ly
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