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The Red Cloud Chief
FRIDAY, OCT. JO, IU84.
A. C. HOSME3
Ir Uoe? seeiu proper that the stnit
lair fiiiould be hold at Lincoln, nD-om-jmint
further west. It is ot rifiht for
the peopfc'Pf the extreme west p;irt ol
the mni too compelled to go clear
tojOm&h.a loft&nd the state fair. The
jBH3t part of tho state is not entitled to
m z .
r The republicans of Webster connty
should nil work shoulder to shoulder
for the success of the republican ticket
in November. The wX important
question is on congressman. On thi
point republican." rhould bj especially
harmonious, and laying all prejudices
iwido work from now until after elec
tion day for the return of Hon. James
Laird to congress Mr Laird, hns la
bored hard for his constituency, and
has done everything in his power to
aid them at all times. Numbers of
soldiers in Webster county can testify
to his promptness in many cases where
ihry needed help, as well as all others
who have had reason to ask his aid.
As a congressman who was alive to the
interests of hi district, Mr. Lai. d was
certainly a success. Stickle may be a
good man. but that is no reason why
republicans should vote for him in
preference to their own candidate, who
i. in every ay his equal.
HI line Kiiil Lcpiii.
From all paits of the country comes
the encouraging news that Blaine and
Logan are being received by the mass
es with ihe greatest cnlhusiai-m. Thii
is evidence that ihe laboring classes
and others who want a good govern
ment nre still in favor of voting and
fighting side by side for tho one great
object i. c. the election of the republi
can standard bearers. The enthusi
asm is unbounded, and if we mistake
not, Blaine and Logan will receive the
unanimuusjiupport of American peo
ple November 4- Let every republi
can fctand by the ticket and vote for
Blaine and Logan, vote for Gov.
Uawes and the state ticket, and lastly
vote for James Laird lor congress, J.
B. Skinner, for senator, J L Kaley for
float, I) 1 Newcomer for representa
tive, and I B Hampton for commis
sioner, and success will be ouis.
, There is kicking iginst Clevchuul
"in the south as well us in the north
"Colonel John S. Swan, an cx-confcIer-colonel
of Wost Virginia, i.s out in a
card announcing his reasons forsup-
opting Blaine and Logan. Hereto
fore the Colonel has bo:isted of being
iin unreconstructed rebel and a Iionr
bon of the first water, bnt he cannot
stomach Cleveland's nomination, or
the party platform. Jle arraigns the
Democratic members of Congress for
reusing to put our nayy mi a footing
with those of other countries, and says
that they are neither statesmen, pa- J
triots, or men endowed with common
fccnsc: He also denounces Democratic
opposition to a protective tariff, and
calls upon his army comrades and the
young men of the south to come out
and take a stand in defense of the
Drinciples advocated by the republican
party. In closing his letter Colonel
Swan declares that the democratic
party of to-day is not the party of
twenty-five years ago, and says that
the republican party lias become the
Whig party of old under a different
name. He eulogizes Blaine as a fear
less and just man, endowed with those
"large views that marks the suites man
above all technicalities." Gcreland
Mr. Stickle,, or as many of the con
fusion organs persist in calling him.
"Sickle," is rapidly proving his inca
pacity and demagoguery in.his speech
es to the people of tho second district.
He takes occasion to denounce Mr.
Laird for his vote against the "Reagan
bill. He takes it fur granted as a dem
agogue always does, that lus audience
is ignorant and caiinot appreciate the
animus and interest of the Reagan bill
which was framed for tho purpose of
building up the commerce- of Galves
ton by cutting off the transcontinental
trade with New York, Boston, Balti
more, and Philadelphia, It provided
that railroads should be comp'elled to
charge pro rata according to the length
of the haul. This was to prevent the
shipping of western freights to eastern
ports at a rate per mile less than should
be charged for the same classes of
freights originating near those pM
In case it had passed eastern sh"p
era would have had their goods hauled
for next to nothing and the roads
would have been compelled to charge
prices for Nebraska and Kansas pro
ducts that would have destroyed the
profits of farming in this country. It
is only necessary to read the Reagan
bill to a Nebraska farmer to convince
him that Stickle is either a knave or a
fool. Even Eosewater has been com
pelled by the march of intelligence to
drop the Reagan bill argument.
The only reason Stickle advocates it
is that it is generally supposed to be
'rninst the railroads," and he thinks
that is all that is known about it by
the anti-monops of the Second district.
But it can only hurl the railroads by
striking them through the farmers of
the wet. The railroads would really
lie glad to have such a bill, if it would
not freeze out the farmers of the west
forit would force them to treble the
rates they now cbaige for long hauls,
and relieve- tbem of the! responsibility
5, 10, end $20 Frizes,
Offered to purchasers of $5, $10 and $15 at the
rat & r&
Every pnrcliaser of above amounts has a chance to Gness the
Number of Beans in Glass Jar in the store, the one iiessin the
NEAREST number in each class will be awarded the above prizes
m. oroeds such as he may select from the largest stock and lowest
and shoes for Men, Women, and Children.
Hats and Caps, Trunks, Valises, &c,
DRAWING, DECEMBER 26 '84.
All goods are marked in PLAIF FiG-TJRES. scuare dealing and one
. ..,, . pripe only is oixr motto."
All are invited to examine stock and -prices and be convinced that
money can be saved buying goods of
State Bank Block, Red
01 jsing out at the Leading Millinery Store !
Stock MUST be Sold
WITHIN 60 DAYS.
Corno 9arly and secure Straw, Velvet and Pelt Hato at COST PRICES
SHAPES THE VERY LATEST.
Children's Frames in largo varioty of shapes. Ladles Suit Boanots and
Hats made to ordor.
Mrs. J. A. FOWLER,
First Door North First National Bank, Rod Cloud.
breaking down every agricultural in
dustry in the west except stock raising.
No product but beef and pork could
stand the cost of tran.-portation under
the Reagan bill from the Missouri riv
er to the seaboard. Slide Journal.
Advire to Mother.
Arc yon dlsttirliot at iifcJ.t and broken of your
restbyJiMi't. e lild MiflVrlir.1 and i-ryiiij: with
j.alnof 'MIIk U"'thV Jf.-OM-nd at once and
gti.i Ix.ttle f. Mr-., vlnsiow's Motliinjj hyrup
For oliiidrm fthttu'. I aliu.' Is incalculable.
It will n-lb'M' tin littlu .sitlfcrcr Iiiiiiicdiatel).
Ih')!id uih:i it. mothriN. ihiTu ' ' mistake
about it. It cuius dysentery and dlarrlnua. rt'a
ulati's the stomach and bowel, cures wind colic,
.soften:' the pinis, redn.vs inflammation, and
uiM-s tone and enci-j: to the whole system.
.Mrs. Winsl-tw's MiotJdnji syrup idr children
tret'dnji is iiIc:H:iut to the taste, and Is the jirc
scriptiou of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and jMVsiciaii in the United States, and
s for sab bv .ul dnmKibtsthroujjhout the world.
1VK : cent j boUK.
NoTicr.. To all who want to buy
new sorghum molasses, can do so by
leaving their keg and barrels at Miner
Rros., which will be properly filled
with good syrup, manufactured by
0. W. llummell. Price 40 cents per
gallon by the barrel.
G. W. IIummei.L.
For Sale. 250 wethers, Merino and
Southdown grade. Address,
9-3w Thompson Bros., Oberlin, Kan.
TEST YOBRBAfflGPOWDER TO-DAY!
Brandt adrrrttfod at atnolatcly pnro
riaca can top dorn on a hot store nntll hcte4.th3
reuiore the covsrui-d smell. A chemist will sol b r
qulnKl to Uetcct tho prasdnca of ammonia.
B0ES K0T CONTAIN AMS03IA.
ITS KatLTHFClXSsa H1B NEVER BSM QVKTIOXia.
In a million hornes far a quarter of a cwjtury It Jiai
ttooil the eonuner relUMe tet t,
THE TEST OF THE OVES.
PEICE BASING P01VBES CO.,
Br, PricQ-s Speclai Flayorins Extracts,
Tit tiroRSct,3Cildt)!t!u and tlrlltr km,4
Br. Price's Lupulin Yeas! Qins
Tcr UgUt, Healthy Bread. The Eet Dry
Yecfit la the World.
FOR SALE BY
The best dry hop yeast In the world. Bread
raised by this yeast is. light, white and whole
like our grandmother's delieioosbreaj.
CRCCESS SELL TKEM.
PACPARCD Br TMt
Price Baking Powder Co.,
KaiTis ol Br. imii sjKkl mvstig Emaea;
Chicsso, lit. St. Louie),
F. M. HAMAKEB,
KED CLOUD, NEBi
Will attend sales at all times snd
guarantees satisfaction. Orders by
mail or telegraph pnmptJy attended
L-r:ri . -ir- JJ"j 53
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Postoffice boz 73. , 10-tI
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1A'l Wja, & 1 jl
Furnishing Goods, Celebrated Selz Boots
Red Cloud National Bank
AT RED CLOUD,
In the State of Nebraska, at the close of busi
ness, Sept. 30, iei.
Lo?rr.d discounts 3 7-S.9-.1 f3
0 -il-ifts rf-; ts
U .. ' 'iid to secure circulation I2,iim (i
Otner MiK'ks, bonds and uiortK.ws .. 7(U 10
Due trom approved reserve aecnis )(US -to
Uuu from otner ationaI banks i..o 41
Due fnin Ht.-.te banks and b.mkers l,vtl CT
Real esUite. furniture and fixtures '" n7 y-i
Current expci.H'js and taxes p.dd 1,rtS? ta
premium-. paid... . I,:i&t
riK-eks am other cash items -,MJ1 Vi
Frauti(nal nai.er currency, iiiekeb, and
.Specie 4.017 fO
Leeal tender notes 4,752 00
R.-Heiniiiiori fund with u. b. trea-urcr
(.".iter cent, of circulation) W2 00
Capital stock paid In
National bank notes out.itandiin:.
.8 50.000 00
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Individual deposits subject )
to cheek S43,'.,01 ftj f , .
Demand certlllcates deposit .,;. s f "
Tune certificates of deiHJSit.
Due to Mher National hanks
Due to slaie banks and bunkers Ml 40
Notes and bill re-discoumed 15,000 to
Total ............................. ..ci3-ifJvo ii
State of Nebras'ia. County of Webster, is:
1. Kobt. V. ShiRsv. Cashier of the above named
bunlv. do soleniulv swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief. IJoht. V. 5imti: . i a-iiier.
Subscribed and sworn to betore me tliishtli day
of October, 1!54. Fk.vxk It. Oumi.
Correct .Attest : I.r.vi Mookk. i
sii.as Oaiiiiku, J-Directors
1'. K. CtOiu.K,
T11K VOTKIW OF WKIkSTKU COI'NTY
Nebraska, are hereby uotitled that at the
general election to be held on the 1th day of No
vember. KM. the foUowincuui'stion will be sub
mitted bv an order of the board of con ity eoni
missioners of Webster er.unty, adoptcl at Us
shall the couutv commissioners in Webster
couiitv. NetiRiska. issue the bonds of saitl conn
ty as soon as may be alter the 4th day of Novem
ber, Ism, in ll.e sum oi mree iuouskiiu uniars
in denominations of five hundred dolhas eieh.
datetl .lanuarv 1st. ISM; due January 1st, IAO.
with eouiMins for annual interest attached to
each of snid bonds at seven per cent, per an
num, liajable on the 1st day of January 1.", and
each j ear thereafter until IK), and soil the. same
so that tho proceeds thereof may bo amtiied to
the erction or buildings njon and otherv.i-e
improving the ioor farm of -.aid county? Ami
shall the comraissiloners of said county levy in
the vearnsr. and each year thereafter a tax of
one-'half mill on the dobar aluHtion or as lanre
a nart thercor :is maybo necessary to pay the
annual interest on said bonds in excess of the
fifteen mills which they are now authorized to
levy? And shall the commissioners of ald
countv in the vear Is5? Icvj- a tax of two mils on
the dollar ahlntiin or so larpe a i art tlureof as
mav be necessctn- to pay the amount of prmci
pal'and interest to become due January 1st. 1S,
In excess of the fifteen nuiis which s.ild com
niissioners are now authorized to levy?"
Tho-e voting in favor of said preposition will
hae written or printed ir,Ku their ballots the
words "For Poor House wmls." Those voting
aKrJnst said proposition will h:ie written o.
printed upon their ballots the words ".piiust
Poor House Bonds." . ,
J. E. Smith, chairman.
Attest Joux T. Bayua. clerk.
TNT1IE DISTKICT COUKT OF WEBi
Charles luschow, treasurer of said county
Tlie Jones & Magee Lumber Company, defend
The Jtones & Magee Lumber Comrany, non-
resiuen ceienuam, win uikc uoiiix uku mi iuc
CCd day of September. !?. tlie pkiintlff herein
hied hi netitieu In the district court of Web-ter
comitv Nehntska, asainst said defendant, the
object and prayer of which are to collect cer
tain taxes due and owing from said defendant
to the countv or Whster. for the years l!$s2 and
ISS3, in the sum of S5 :u.d &-lOO doihirs. with
interest thereon from September ICtu, lt?S4. lor
which sura and for costs pLiintiff prays judg
ment against defendant: i:ut an attachment w:w
issucdiu this cause in due form of law, stating
as grounds therefor that the defendant is a for
eign corporal ion : secouu, iuts ,0 uim
rights hi action which It conceals. Tne defend
of sa;.: ciulv to-e been attached as gar
nishee. Tae d;fenc!ant, Jones & ilaree. Lara
berCoitjauv. je required to answer said pe
tition on or "belOTe Monday, the 10th day of No
vember, 1SS4, orsaid.UetJtloQ wUI tc takeu
Dated this 2Kb day of September, 1SS.
. Chari-ks Bctchov.
Treasurer o Webster connty, plaintiff.
By Gilham & Kickards, bis attorneys. 8-4w
Attention Teachers. -
Notice is hereby given that I will examine an
persons who may desire to effer themselves as
candidates fer tea hers of the common schools
of WetfereeBtyatHyeitceined Ootid oa
toconueHceat.m. Do cot ask. for special
CoMrty wpcrtateadgpt of public btttnetieo.
ant has properiv auu ueous owing n u .uis
sUite, which planitifl seeks to appropriate to the
pavmtrnt of said claim for taxes; that the Ld
I'hiiid Vr .onal Bank and J. O. Chamberlln, aL
UHIHJN II llilS
C. B. 1I05F0RD.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Highest Market Price Paid !
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For the Fall Trade !
jffifm K$k t Fi S W
Everybody is Invited to call at
And see his large stock of
a ffi 15TV & 1 c cs -t r 6
V 1' I.E r-U V' i:Sk ".'' Vi
$ 0 Jii 9 ilsL iL
Ij Stank is Full i
Ladies' fine Underwear.
THIS IS THE
Cheapest House in
That Mrs. Newhouse,
HAS THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
. Underwear, Laces, Etc.
Red Caond ? WeiTslie has and is sellings
tkem at bottom
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Hosford & Young,
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the county andjglj lorlngfJOC kdlilinSf M2ChinfifV
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Groceries, Q,ueensware, &c.
TJKDurOUD - N KiJIi A.SIv A.
C-V Efcollvcr.v tn of All lnrln 'lly.
THE ."NTIOAV YORK
Grocery and Oueensware
Prices, the Very 0
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Uroccncs. Red CIoudf .
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rocencs. n nh . TmT-ac
uroccnes. vour tt)n?t . ntri!fy k,uc 3 Provision
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sits vr inj
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Where ttill W f.mwl TrrtlunK
Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Sirups,
Fruits, Bacon, Ham, Dried Beef,
Gice?e and Crackw, Tobw .;riv'ar. FJir Kcl, G!.j ami Quccnxar
iumI (Voc5ttry. '
Hoping ly fair dhng to iucrit a share of the jKibhc pl'onak'e. Come nd
IN FEATHEBLEY'S BTJILDING,
S. V .LUDLOW.
Ccn easily h rndo tuing the.
OLD EELIABT.R "VICTOR'
We mean it and arc prepared tv, d'nxwlnft the CwU Tho well merited uo-
esccbior for our mrt;o. tc aro Monarch of .J m cTferv country to ih
vrorld. Our niachiwrY j pcrtrd hy cttfr 3Ian, ifone orHiexm
and worts very riy. Thf-y ranj;? in :x from
inch to 4 1-2 Feet in Diameter.
oCjes&Os. T!k? a,- ue ;J9 tud exfeK"iv
Prospecting for Coal. Gold, Silver, Coal Oil
f n Wo,!L0C'na' ? for WJte. - HS 4 Cml kn. c Uwy ar
: t , -.r, - . mmv & jt-5 ft trK i-r xjMitiiJcrj. vi jm Kiuva,
Good live agents wanted
in the world
' Victor "Well Augur and Machine Co.,
511 Pine St., SL Louls Missouri, U. S. At
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