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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1886)
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'ifK ll shows the Htmencc trade tuif I
Mr. Pope hag. jf
A. A. Pope has aitimmenco trade sin
implements becaoaehe carries a large.
atock of the very best goods in the mar
ketThe following is a list of one
Joseph Woo dock, Deere Cultivator
W. A. Stern, Moline plow.
Jack Brown, Aveay stalk cutter.
PiWoolbridge, Deere lister.
Perry Beardsley, Wire cuttei.
J.Hubuka, Sterling harrow.
J. Hubuka, Canton plow.
A. Denno, Eagle steel harrow.
Wallace. Studebaker wagon.
SMSfcr JL. N. Wataon, Strowbridgc seeder.
John Beauchamp, harrow. .
Frand Lavelle, corn sheller.
W.P. Alton, orNweigan plow.
Joseph Graves, Davis sewing ma
G. Williams, jrirc lister.
Jos. Townsend, New Departure cul
tivator. Jos Townsend, Eagle plow.
Jos. Townsend, advance harrow.
Y. S. Tarmar, Deere plow.
Otto Stook, 1 Canton ballance frame
J. W. Davis, Norwegian plow.
H. B. Mattbews,Weir sulkey plow.
W. Brubaker, Norwegian plow.
W. Eichardson, Peru City lister.
T. F. Stoops, Studebaker wagon.
Wm. llichardson, Evans triple hai
Isaac Bailey, John Deere plow.
Wm.' H. "Rice,5,harrow.
L. N. "watson, Eagle steel harrow.
James Cooper, disk harrow.
J J wheatly, Deere lister.
S P Fox, Eagle stalk cutter.
E Herrick, breaking plow.
B, w Helmer, Strobndge seeder.
C. Potter, Strobridge seeder.
'Jll Leggett, Steiling harrow.
f C F Sherman, Schuttler wagon.
Joseph Leggett, Weir plow.
Thos. Hudiburg, Strobridge seeder.
iv V Beal, Canton lister.
J K Leggett, New Departure culti
vator. Thos Humphre', Buckeye feed
A. D. Denno, windmill.
w. Maud, harrow.
JB w Tuttle, horse power.
J C Lucas, New Departure cultiva
tor. John wagoner, Deere cultivator.
J Hubuka, New Departure cultiva'
B Adamson, Studebaker wngou.
F J wilson, breaker.
ThosByan, Ideal feed mill.
F V Hubbel, Canton stalk cutter.
James w Tolly, Studebaker wagon.
L Berry, Studebaker wagon.
Isaac Bailey, Eagle steel harrow.
J C Lucas, Canton lister.
Berry, feed mill.
It Sargent, New Departure cultiva
tor. A Arnison, Studebaker wagon.
Geo Finnell. 2 Canton balance frame
win and J D Schenck, top buggy.
w w Davis, New Departure cultiva
tor. TLambart, Canton balance frame
J Proyolt, two tanks.
D F Trunkey, Flying Dutchman
John Coon, Acme pulverizer.
wm Smith, Evans' triple harrow.
J H Hull, Bradley lister.
John Ring, Advance harrow.
C Jcpporson, harrow.
N Vielz. weir cultivator.
Kobt Mcrnlyre. weir cultivator.
Wesley rosktuorton, Canton hster.
win. wolfe. Canton Hster.
If. I-Iarris, Freedsiuaus harrow.
Noticed Mr. Rural Small, of Jewel
county, loading a Canton lister, and
Mr. F, Lambrecht with a new John
Deere steel wheel cultivator on his
Boys' long hoso at the Golden Eagle.
Latest slyles and cheapest goods
at Mrs. Spokcsfteld's. 33t2
Fob sale on time, a good two-year
old Durham bull. A. U. Becker.
Mr. Editor: One of the saddest
sights that have been witnessed in our
order loving city or some time past,
came on deck this morning, a poor
blear-eyed, besotted wretch, -from
God knows where blew in from Biv
erton, where he had been imbibing
prohibition budge for a week or two.
Query: Does prohibition prohibit?
Honey to loan at reasonable rates on
good personal or chattel security. Also
farm loans made at lowest rates of
interest. C F. Cather,
35tf Abstract Office, Bed Cloud.
Now is the time to get your furni
ture. Car load jus! received at
Married, at the residence of Mr
-Norman Springer, near Wells, March
JM. 1886 by Jlev, J. T. Milner, Mr.
;,:Wm. H. Sex), to Miss Jane . Simons,
bathot this oount-.
Two rooms for rent Inquire of W.
fOn i vm )n dark otcv nin S
:Pwm WUirdm nv nremises 9 miles
Maiscsr -v.? tx.jarY nf BiTf rti" Neb. Parties
r giving any information ,'a to
ziAmimil will be rewaxded by ad-
odfitisned, at Blue Hill.
f T..A. WAXKms.
-rAounggirlto help do
wab work. One who can
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AnApplof th W. O. T. IT. to
tk yjofcu of Ed Okmd.
We come in behalf of the mothers,
jrits and dabghters of thk city to
1 plaid for that protection which moat
come, first, through the ballot; next,
by the strict enforcement of the law by
honest", unpartial. official. Our young
arid beautiful city with its several
church spires pointing heavenward,
with its scores of church members, baa
years been rulef by men who are in
favor of legalizu-8: the dramshops, and
who have-continued to allow the vile
house oi ill-fame to debase and destroy
the youth of our city. Against this
outrage on the morals of our people
we would protest. It is notorious
among all who are acquainted with
the workings of our local government,
that the laws are being violated in
addition to the terrible moral pesti
lence their presence inflicts upon
society. In behalf of unprotected, in
nocent girls and boys in our midst, we,
as Christian women, come to you for a
remedy. Our homes are in peril. Will
you stand up as voting men at the
coming election and vote down this
legalized traffic. We appeal to ydu
men of Bed Cloud, in every rank and
station to cast your vote 'for absolute,
unqualified prohibition. Yours for
"God, and Home, and Native Land."
By order of the W. C. T. U. of Bed
agents Wanted. A few energetic
reliable men with a small capital can
hear of something that will be to their
advantage by inquiring at The Chief
Go to G. W, Chne's for fresh home
made candies, cigars, etc.
Ladies' cheap hosiery at Mrs. New
house's. Call and see the new hardware firm
of B. B. Sherer & Co. - tf
Como and see the ten cent wall pa
pdr at Henry Cook's.
For sale or rent A good store room
in south Bed Cloud. A first-class lo
cation for a competent business man.
Inquire of W. E. Jackson. 33tf
Henry Cook now has the most
complete stock of wall paper, shades,
etc., in the Bepublican Valley.
Another car load of. Illinois coal at
M. W. Dickerson s.
For the lightest and best Baker barb
wire call on B. B. Pherer & Co. tf
Nothing to beat the low ofen Jewel
vapor stove, at B. K. Sherer L Co's
hardwaro store. tf
Tho finest line of shirts and under
wear at the Golden Eagle.
See ihc celebrated Crown Jewel
yapor stoves at B. B. Shorer & Co's.
hardware store. 33tf
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that tho co
partnership existing between Polly
Bros & Co., of the Amboy Mills, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
Polly Bros. & Co.
Notice is hereby givon that the co
partnership heretofore existing between-McAvoy
& Farrell, proprietors
of the Commercial livery and feed
stables, has been dissolved by mutual
consent. John Farrell will carry on
the business. Parties knowing them
selves indebted to the Grm will call
and settle. K. McAvoy.
Bed Cloud, March 19, 1886.
Farm for rent, and cows for sale. See
G. W. Barker, Bed Cloud. tf
A nice line of dry goods will be sold
out very cheap at Mrs. Newhouse's.
Insure your property, with Chas.
Schairnit, Bed Cloud, Neb 30tf
The licit aud cheapest lino of lace
Ilainburjis, and everlasting trimmings
at Mrs. Ncwhouse's
Window shades made to" order at
Another invoice'of wall paper just
received at Cutting's.
Don't buy your paint until vou have
examined the merits of tnc King
Tinted Lead, sold by Cotting.
For Sale. A good bakery, all com
plete. A , lirstclass opportunity.
Inquire of S. F. Spokksfield,
34-tf Bed Clcud. Neb.
All that want a square meal on short
notice go to the Star restaurant. Warm
meals at all hours.
Park Watson, Proprietor.
W. E. YiffitaPEn.
The Fake Dialing Hall.
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
At all hour for 25c. Inch,
a Ofc- IMf -
By Frank is a dark tj, coalite etekt yean
old. and weigks wben la sbow coBdlUea 15f
Bis airs w adBoroucii-bred Imported Cfrda.
dam Frrncti Canadian, and as a stock setter has
a reputation second to none.
TERMS. To Insore S; money due wbea
mares are known to be in foal. Parties" most
retarn mares regularly. Any mares disposed of
will be held to be in foal. Care will be takes to
prevent accidents, but I will not be responsible
should an occur.
Stand for the season of 166, at my barn la
Article of Incorporation.
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT JOIN
Q. Potter. Kenyon Hkeen. Dwlght Jones,
Marrin L. Chase and Richard D. Jooes, on the
lath dav of March, did Incorporate themselves
Into a body corporate, as follows:
I. The name of this corpvratisn Is "The
II. The rrincltnil nlace of transacting its
business shall be Amboy, Webster county, Ne- i
III. The general nature of the business to be
transacted fchall be that a general flouring mill.
IV. The amount of capital stock authorized,
is $30,00, of which 15,00 shall be paid iu on or
before November 3rd, 1886, and the remainder
or such per cent thereof within CO days from
demand of directors.
' V. Said corporation shall commence opera
tlons March 13th, 1SG, and terminate twenty
VI. The highest amount of Indebtedness or
liability to which this corporation shall at any
onetime suject itself shah be 315.00.
VII. The affairs of this corporation arc to be
conducted by a board of Ave directors who rhall
chose from their number a president, vice
president, secretary and treasurer, whose sever
al duties shall hereafter be prescribed.
Dated at Ilea Cloud, Nebraska, March 21th,
1CG. Joirx Q. Potter, President.
Kexyox Skeex, Secretary. u. 35wt
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WEDSTEB
Alfred W. liunkle, plaintiff,
Daniel E. Ruck and Catherine O. Buck, defend
ants. The above named defendants will take notice
that on the 26th day of April, 18S6. between the
hours of 10 a. in. aud 0 p. in., at the office of J. E.
Hurts, a notary public in the city of Lisbon. In
Linn county, Iowa, the plaintiff will tnke the
depositions of James Minot, Heorce .Morford.
and A. V. Runkle, sundry witnesses, to be used
as evidence on the trial of the above entitled
cause, with authority to adjourn from day to
day until such depositions have been takes.
35t4 Kai.kv Bkos, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
BOUSE AMD CATTLE !
THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
LIVE STOCK INSUR
IN THE STATE.
Insures horses ut the age of from 3
to 1 1 yeans; mules from 2 to 17 years,
Stallions and Jacks from 3 to 8 years;
aud cattle from 2 to 11 against loss
caused by Disease, Injury Accident, Fire,
Ligldning or Theft, for not less than one
or more than two years excepting
steers which are being fatted for the
market, winch can be insured for six
Special attention is called to our Fire
and Lightning Insurance, which is
good anywhcie in the state of Nebras
ka, whereas the liability of loss by
Fire and Lightning of iTire Insurance
companies is .limited to the premises
of the assured, and perhaps a small
radius beyond. Tho advantages and
benefits which this company oilers to
farmers and o .Tiers of stock generally
are so plain and apparent that it is
hardly necessary to call attention to
Reasons Why is Insure.
Because it is the only Live Stock In
surance company authorized by the
laws of this state to do business in this
Because it is a Home Company, or
ganized with home capital; the money
naid to the company is kept in the
state, and is paid out for losses to the
citizens oi the state; it all remains in
Because it is a reliable institution,
whose stockholders, directors and offi
cers, are among the wealthiest and
most prominent business men in the
Because its manner of adjusting and
paying losses are always in harmony
with the principals of strict justice
Because you cannot afford to ba
without insurance on your live stack
any more than on your house and barn.
If you are well off you can loose
nothing by insuring if you are poor
and cannot afford to looLaayof yonr
stock, it would be criminal oeglicence
not to insure.
Because should you wish to borrow
money and offer as security your stock
the security will be more ample, and
you can obtain money more ' readily,
and at a lower interest, if that stock k
covered by a policy of insurance in
Because we insure stock against cferifc
6y accident, disease or theft.
Because we inuure atock against feat
Because no other ineoraace con
ranr can sire yon the am kiad of
Because a paid up capital af $100090
and a constantly increasing esrplaa
fdnd renders it safe and solid agaiaat
any emergency that may arise.
Because iu popularity aaaoag farrfc-
ara and stock owaera is aueatetf by um
feet that there at aowwnUea
A. J.Toii union, Agent.
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F. V. Taylor,
R. L. TINKER.
Dealer in Household, Kitchen
and Parlor Furniture,
I shall keep a full and large
line of Furniture-
Look for Bargains
''t, -f h:
His stock is very ar?e and prices
Also job lot of
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OonelaHng of tha to t line of m " -
Ladle's and Gent's ""W Crftflt Doillintiflll in DmODO
. vnre amveja mw su a aituai iiuumiiiuii nil j
pST7dorLMi7 tm Jj3ll At Mrs. Newhouse's -'" I
t a.Tsicv?mim Ar- : .. .. -aiTrY-rili nWrLanf 1i an r5 mmJism liar ill Mrni ffrrfc '
We liave just recier
ed our new stock of
lis i m
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
The greater part of my new spring stock of theso good?
have arrived, and I shall tike pleasure in showing goods and
quoting price to any who may call. Jly wall paivr was
bought directly from the Factory and the quality and beau
ty of design cannot be surpassed. I also have a full stock of
I atill handlo th "Kinir Tinted lend" and C. B. Q. mlxd painty thorn
sooda havo always givon atiafacUori, and have ooen fully totd
in thia maritot. A fuU lino of Dnis Books, and atntionory til-
ways on hand.
C L COTTING .
for men and
boots and shoes
coarse and fine.
Wool boots a
the mm nn co.
As low as can be bought from any dealer on
W. K. Jarlumm, VJco-lTm
Kobt. V btmvjr.Othl'r.
Jno K. Shire?, AsUUntCber.
Speoial tt9i:!)i 21si t
D, W: 'IML ItI Moor-?
y- . ' K. V. Hhirey.
VJBay and sell Exchan$;i
Make co1 lection.') and dev a
General Banking Buninet.
Interest allowed on all
In and around Red Cloud,
THE GATE CITY-
Of the great Bepublican valley. Buy your
homes while property is cheap.
D. B. SPANOGLE
Mmml Batata and laaatsaoa Aat.
Dry Goods and
Gloves Mitts, Hos
I will positively
sell goods for cash
after January 1st.
All those knowing
ed to me, will
please call and set
tle by the above
JDr J. 8 EMCGH
Fine Office Work a specialty.
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