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WeiiecJay, ptoaber 22d, 1886 at
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thctmatictMHi ef svem tkea basiness
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coajreatioB. The aereral'coBBtiea are
"eatitled to representatives as follows,
eiag baaed poa the Totes cast for
"LeaTitt Barahaa ia -1885, except as
to Chaae coaatj, for rag eat of the un
iversity, with oae delegate from each
scoutj for j very 150 votes and the
major fraction thereof, and one dele
gate at large front each connty:
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fnaatdf who dearraio aoqoaiait
aaltrea with tba vaat prOdoetara
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tfca Cbtcio, Rock bkad :A: PaoiHe
Bailway. announces that tichats , mifl
be aakl on September 8 aad; 22, Jtt
to principal poiota hi MinaaaoisC D-'
kota, Missouri. Kansas and Ksbraaks
at greatly reduced rate and with atop-
over privileges. For further isdoaauL
tide apply to your aaarest tiekct agsait
or to E. A. Holbrook, Gaftaral Tekat
and FasaeDger Agant C.,. LI t: Sy
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' It is recommended that no proxies
be admitted to the convention except
,' such as are held by persons residing
k in the counties from which proxies
are given. ""?-.
H. Bostwick, ChairuiahT-'S
W. E. Stark, Secretary.
Hastings, Neb., August 18, 1886.
. The Congressional covention will be
. held at Hastings September 22.
,. General Thayeb, of GrAnd Island,
wol'id receive the votes of this district
for gpverno-. The General would do
honor to the stute in the gubernoiorial
Just who will be no
Kepublican ticket forneahman in
the 2nd district is, T& to foreshadow
but the ."Vuviuient'of ihe press in the
;,iict shows up decidedly in favor
Hon. Jamee Laird.
The Chief can not sec the reason
why Hon. James S. Gilhnra is not as
an ayailablc candidate for congressman
as there is in the eecond district. He
is every way qualified for the position
and The Chief would be pleased to
see him receive the nomination for
V. B. Buiick spent the fore part of
this week isvOmaha.
Mrs. Wm. Latta, of Cats coaaty, ia
visiting with her relatives ia Cowles
Miss Alice Crawley took the west
bound train on Tuesday for Chaae
county, with the intention of making
her home with her brother there.
x3rfs". Andrew Ben? visited this
week with the family of Douglas Tcr-
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S. if. iiatu, oi uaaa county, who ih
in attendance at the reunion at Grand
Island as a member of the Murray
cornet band, came down to Cowles on
Tuesday to see his friends here, and
returned to Grand Island on Wednes
day. Severalof our citizens were prevent-ccl-hythe
inclemency of the weather
from attending the reunion.
Our bise ballists have itted np a
new ball gfcpund, which they think is
one of the btft in the county. They
played last SaWrday at Indian Creek
with the nine dkthat place. Result
54 to 8 in favor q Cowles.
The ladies' aiovociety of the Con
gregatjomtf ChurcV of Cowles will
hold a faiaorie8ivl at their church
ir y-aes on the evening Septem
ber 10. We bespeak for them ood
attendance, bee their card in this
xVe are pleased to hear that Mrs. J.
I C. Waller, who has been on the sick
list for some time, is much improved,
and hopes are entertained for her
f apeedy.rcstoration to health.
r. W. Wells c Son are putting, up
a windmill for Ed. Gilford on his hog
ranch adjoining town.
We understand that the nomination
for congressman has beep offered
to Hen. W. A. McKeighan, of
this city. Personally The Chief
has not a word to say against
the Jndgc, and feel sure that if he was LaJioy.
nrtvtlTll$ Al anil nlnsttjwl K 1ia 'iAat I mff
unterrified" of the second district that
he would make a faithful and zealous
officer, but unfortunately the Judge is
on the wrong side of the house, politically.
evert whkh year
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ia thre arrived oii'mi ereaiag trata
mi.' of rcspeeiiwis.-' aayem
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tg the ,aaloasi'far a aeeialgbae. Ra-'
silt: :Abt two o'clock swm. a we.
ia and children sleeping! in their
ae in the citv lkaita
are awakeaed and terrifed by a aouy
attack on the eW: otgettiag aay
raspawse be geesjta aaother part of the
house aad-attracts theatteatieaof the
huabaad and friehtens a sick child
wham the father is caring for.
Citixcn: "What's wanted?"
Stranger: "Let me in, I'm freezing."
C: "We can't, the folks are sick:"
S. "Let me in. I'm wet, the night
is cold ond rainy."
C. "Go down town," etc.
A long dialogue, threats, etc; the
frightened wife hides the light so that
family may not be shot. More pound
ing at the door, then an interval of
silence. r The stranger has found a
partly open window; he reaches in,
undoes the fastening, raises the win
dow, enters, and when the
takes a light and goes to his
room he finds the stranger hatless and
coatless, removing his remaing cloth
ing preparatory to retiring on his
couch on a miscelaneous collection of
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mderMfaed will sell atPmhlic Aaetba at the Rd Cloud Stock yards
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150, Cows in Catlf, 20 four year old steers, 20
Thofrbughbred- and high grade bulls, 50 cows
calf. by side, 50 Two yeae old steers and heif
ers, 110 ond yeaa old steers and heifers.
1 Span of good work mules.
TERMS OF SALSA oradit of six months will be given on not with
approved aeconty, bearing ten per cent Interest. 5 per cent off
ror osmn. xne suoTe wui oe eoiu in Kt to suit purobasor
Sale to begin at ten a. m. sharp. Free lunch -at noon.
Red Willow Cattle Co.
Col. o. O. Pace, Auctioneer, Office with Humphrey Bros., Lincoln, &ob.
For farther particular inquire of J. W. Warren.
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Ko Delays ia
Has the finest Stock; f tli
Putting up hay is the order of
'""Chintz buss and dry weather
drjing the corn up.
t. h. smith is making preparations
to commence making molasses.
C-S. JFincher is improving the roads.
LHoy Myers is singing because it is
Mr. Sill has dug
The pr hibitionista in a somewhat
lengthy platform recently adopted at
their convention in Omaha, profess
many things. , They are opposed to
monopolies, in favor of woman
suffrage, in favor of granting pensions
to soldiers, acknowledge God as the
sovereign of mankind, are in favor of
enforcing tne caobatn laws on our
statute book, are in favor of sUtuory
prohibition, are in favor of the repeal
of the statute which allows foreigners
to vote who are not full and complete
citizens of the United States, are op
posed to convict labor, etc., etc., and
ast but nob least give our railway com
mission a parting kick in the following
We condemn ttie Republican aud Democratic
parties lor foisting upon the peopta of Nebraska
a worthless and expensive railway commission,
lu utter disregard and brazeu contempt (or the
wishes of the people, as expressed by their bal
lots at the general etaetloa of ifiM.
After you get upon your ear and
make up your mind to 'stop' your pa
per to make the editor humiliated just
poke your linger in water and pull it
out and look for the hole, then you
will know how sadly you have missed
it. The man who thinks a paper can
not survive without his support ought
to go of! and stay awhile. When he
he comes back he will find that half of
his frieuds didnV know that he
was cone. The other half
didn't care a cent nd the world at
large hadn't kept any account of his
movements whatever. You will prob
ably rind some things in your home
paper you can not endorse. Even the
Bible is rather .plain and hits some
hard licks. If you were to get mad
burn the Bible hundreds of presses
would go right on printing them, and
it you were to atop- yoar paper and
call the editer all sorts cf uly names,
the paper would stit! be published, and
what is more yoi will aneak around
borrow a copy of it eyery daj from
ywr aeighhor. It ia aaoh better to
keep year Teat pulled dowa and year
a well and- will
commence building a house as soon as
he can cret the brick.
Mr. Johnson's father has left for
Nebraska to visit his daughter. He
.is well pleased with his visit to Kan
Who Said So?
The republican press in general are
much agitated over the fact that in
almost every state the prohibitionists
are organizing themselves into a third
party. When Blaine was defeated it
was the third party's fault. If such
he the case the reonblicans them
selves are to blame. The prohibition
ists tried in vain for several years 'to
get one of the two leading political
parties to incorporate a prohibition
plank in their platform, and failing in
that they commenced organizing
themselves into a party, adopting a
platform and seining their orators
into every state ia the Union. It
serves the republicans perfectly right
for not until they coald see their own
interests menaced by the encroach
ments of a third party did they as a
party advocate prohibition principles,
and if they yet unite as one in the
cause of temperance, they woald have
no occasion to try and hoot down the
third party. Let the republicans do
what is right in this matter and they
will have no occasion to waste words
on St. John and his followers,
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?mi" wence at ro
wiUaeM at DuWie
Bed Ooae, S miles south of Ameey, on
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craditof lix aaeotha will he givenT
miCfc mar- -
A festival and fancy fair under the
superintendence of the Cowles ladies'
aid society ot the Congregational
church will be held at that church on
Thursday, September 16, commencing
at 6 p. m. All friends and well wish
ers of the Church and society -are cor
dially invited. Come early, and aid by
your society the ltdiea aid society.
Mas. W. D. Page, Pee't.
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Foa Salb. 1 efer my restaurant
and confectionery store for sale at a
bargain. Apply at once.
AovmrraKD letteis: afiss Lottie
Buchanan, J W Cooper, Joha Burch,
MrsLDaflU. IdaEipert,PJ Fitasim
acm Fred Janeoa. Geo WHansL Mr
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jattietrvixra Ida a&auinr,
Evry. departaaeat is a
Go toJ, H. Kettogg A Co's for
A Co are
iiom 01 saw aoooa ronataauv unr-i
h T1m heat efererytaiac received daily
Foa SALE Four good:
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Baaaaw--''-- ?-jftwigafa;iiir f ;, 5--.-?r-y'-
boards, tubs, dirty clothes, etc.
is nearly famished, is taken to the fire,
fed, warmed, and put to bed. He re
members going to the saloon. There
lie theoretically read over the door
the following: "To all whom it may
concern: Know ye that we, the peo
ple of Red Cloud, being willing that
the freedom of our citizens shall not
be interfered with, do hereby through
our mayor and council certify that
the proprietor hereof is a man of good
moral character, and that said propri
etor having paid into the school fund
the sum of $w0 witu , ?.;.-- nake
our chilJien w8Cj is hereby author
i( and empowered to furnish all
who come with liberty and means to
make fools of themselves." The
stranger relying on the certified re
spectibility of the place indulges in
the protected liberty to put himself
into a state to annoy anybody who is
foolish enough to try and run a home
without a certificate of good charac
ter. The next thing he knows he is
trying to "fix up the covers"'and finds
himself on the ground in the cold rain
and darkness. Next he is making his
bed on the wash board and coal pile:
Moral What will not a man pay for
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To Our Patrons and Friends. '
We sincerely thank our customers
and friends who have so generously
patronized us in this andj the past
year for your kind favors. We ap
preciate them, we assure you, and
shall always strive to make your deal
ings with us both pleasant and profit
able. We hope to hear from all our
old customers during the season, and
and from as many new ones as we can
make it an object through our solicit
ors and otherwise to kindly favor us
with their orders. We give our at
tention wholly to nursery business,
thereby customers may rely on re
ceiving the benefit of our experience.
We confidently ask the attention of
our patrons to our growing stock and
trust when possible they will look
through it and sec what we have. Our
nursery ground is one half mile 'north
of Bed Cloud. Great care - is taken
not to send out anything that is not
true to name. We do not substitute
and warrant all trees to grow. We
wane tne patronage 01 careful men,
who will take care of fruit trees and
plant when bought. Wc desire the
patronage of all fruit loving people, of
men who know the value of .genuine
goods. That we are in. actual and
permanent business can be learned by
refcring to Bed Cloud National Bank
or any business house in Red Cloud.
LOPEMAN & HaOAN.
Of stock and larm implements on
Wednesdvy, Sept. 8, ?86, at 10 o'clock
a. m. The undersigned will sell at
Scott post office, tan miles south and
and two west of Inaale, Neb., the fol
lowing property: 25 young milch
cows, 10 two year old steers, 10 one
year old steers, 30 one and two year
old heifers, 1 graded bull 4 years old, 1
span brood mares, 1 span draft horses,
7 years old, 1 span driving hrses, 1
mule colt, 50 head Berkshire hogs,
consisting of sows, pig3 and shoats,
farming implements consisting of
wagons, plows, harrows, and other
articles, 75 acres of prowlng corn.
Terra A credit of nine months will
be given, purchaser giving note and
approved security, with interest at 10
per cent, from date of sale. Sums of
$10 and under, cash. 5 per cent off
for cshin hand. A. B, RiNCta.
C. L. Wisfrey, Auctioneer.
Hunters Take Hotioe.
I nereby notify and warn all person
against hunting or shooting in any
manner on my farm in Line towathfp,
Wehster county. Nearaska, sec. 1J,
town 1,N; K. II. & Stewaxt.?
'Bad Cloud, Neb., Aug. 29, 1886. 4
'.Call atlthe First Natioaal , Beak for
8 per cent, interest farm loam. 3tf
Owixn to my contemplated absence
from Bed Cloud I offer my hotel and
citizen Lfeed barn-for sale at cost for the next
back pbirty days. b. O. Bakf.r.
House for rent Apply to C. H.
Potter. Good brildings, plenty of
water and near the business portion
of the city. 48-tl
Gasoline in 5 gal. lots 20 cts. per
gallon delivered free in any part of the
city. Two delivries daily. Cans must
beat store by 9 a. m. and 4 p. m.
50 tf K. K.SnEREtifcCo.
A good team of horses for sale. In
quire of Joseph Graves, Ucd Cloud, t
Fresh homo made candies at G. W
Cline's. Call and see him.
Brick for sale at the Chicago Lum
If you wisn to sell your farm or town
property call on Joseph Graves,
42tf Bed Cloud, Nob.
Try the Estey Sewing SJachine. It
is the finest machine that is made.
For sale by F. V. Taylor the cast side
ic.uburc -nan. Bed Clouo.
Call at the First Natioaal Beak for
$ per cent.Jntereet farm loaaai. 3rf 1
Brick for sale at the Chicago
har Yard. .
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uaii at toe rirst anoaat aaaa: Mr
Kins cent. intcufitrm loss: rJsr
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goods, hamburgs, great varity of luces
hosiery, paiasols, gloves, fans, etc. etc
otc Will be closed out-at a sacrifice
at, Mrs F. Newhouso. Please give us
Itch and scratches of every kind
cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Use no other. This
never fails. Sold by Ferguson & Co drug
gist, Rsd Cloud. ,23-ly
The best and cheapest line of laces
Hamburgs, and everlasting trimmings
at Mrs. Newhouse'a
Henry Cook now has the most
complete stock of wall paper, shades,
etc., in the Republican Valley.
For, soda water, lemonade, ginger
ale, birch beer, etc. at G. W. Cline'e.
All fresh and nice. Call and see him.
A good farm for sale or rent. As
furnished. Apply to Joseph Graves
Red Cloud, Neb. 40 tf
A nice line of dry goods will be sold
but very cheap at Mrs. Ncwhouse's.
Ladies' cheap hosiery at Mrs. New
house's. Go to Ed. Wiener's nostoflice news
stand if you want the freshest cigars,
tobaccos, candies,. the latest newspa
pers and periodicals, etc. He keens the
best in the city. Don't forget it.
-G. W. j)ow has sections for all the
leading machines. Shop on Fourth
Avenue near bank building. 2v3
For the finest washer in the laud
call on J. W. Warren and nsk to sen
the Fredonia washer. Agentx, here is
your chance, if you wish to make
money in a legitimate way.
C. . Wood, Gen'l Agent.
Farm loans negotiated. Farm loans
on most favorable terms. Loans can
be paid by giving 30 days notice with
out extra cost. Look to your best
interests and call on me at my office
over First National Bank.
D. B. Spanoole.
Money to loan at reasonable ratc9 on
good personal or chattel security. Also
farm -loans made at lowest rates of
interest. C F. Cather, .
35tf Bed Cloud
ALLsizes of eastern hard coal for
ale at ihe Chicago Lumber Yard at
ten dollars per ton.
Go to G; W, Ohhe's for fresh homo
made candies, cigars, etc.
Opposite the Red
Fresh ani Si
Ham, Bacon, Fish,
Always in eoaac
fon- jvitroautfO Is
eollcited. Our aim
Silas Garber. I'reVt. iw. 1!
W. a. Carbcr. Tal
iu the citv. If this state!
the bertaud Urgust sto.
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t seems incredible come in
and aei for lurselve. Awo
Paints, Oils, and 1Vm:hine Oils at very low
No trouble to show goods oliLswer questions. Special bar
gains in wall is-r and window shades
A general banking buail
acted in all its bi
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FARM LOANS A SVEi
lhrce or five years strail
cent, single morlKaee. M
in securing money)
Is the mace to get largains in
t, BUGGIES. iScSPlING WA
pnccl wc trel
. the markc
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r ftock at
ble to pi;
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Back lWardfi at
W are ako pmiaMd
at bottoha pricf: 01
It will pay m togtral
tlretl at ,v.
KLTORt OF THE CONDITION
Red Cloud National Bank
AT 1ED CLOUD,
In the State of Nebraska, at the closa of tiwi
ness. August 27,. 189C.
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other Moeks. boBds, ad ortgac.
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Dae lrom State Baaktaad banker..
Keal estate, twnutureaaa axtares....
Correat expeaaesaaa taxes paid
Vhetki aa etter caafc Menus 879 m
RtB nf athM haak !'
ftiBs of ataer tasks turn'.
rraettoaal paper currency.
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First NatioHa! Hank,
First National Jfcitik.
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NEBRASKA aT KANSAS.
Whcrea In pursuance of the condition of n
certain chattel inortjjfre iatcl June is K-; and
recorded in tbo ofllcu of the county clerk of tho
county of Webtter and t ho .t:itj or Nebraska.
AVbereln KalnU Ilolcomh and Mary K. itolcomb
conveyed to rarlln Oradorff and Martiu tho fol
lowonj; de9criiMl property to wr it; One tonRuo
less Canton cultivator and one span of horses
both, caps In use by lilm'on the Carvro fana.
Wherea theald tnortfgees deeininK then
selves nnafo and insecure Iia-u taken ponsoi
5lon of ,sald iiroperty. Now there
fore I will . proceed to jkU the
same or so much thenar as may be necessary to
pay the sum of nineteen and Uiirty onr fcon
dredtlu dollars mow due thereon, together with
all expenses and costs according ta condittoaa of
Mild iHortasc. at one o'efeck p. in. on the Mh
day of September lrJ la front ot 4ea' lirery
.stable in Inarale, where and whea 4ue attead
ance will be Kivcn by the uaderafcned.
Inavale Aajow; in wi.
II. S. & A. F. IIOLC'OMR. A. AJ1.
Agents for Mortgagees. Cotwtabte.
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intreit rMrahk In fctalj
K Final Proof Notice-.
Laud ofciecat Rloominoa. Neb.. Jsly Oi. im,
NOTICF. IS HKREHV OIVEX THAT TUB
following narad set tier lias file sot Ice ef h
(steattoa t make Ssal proof ia sapport of his
efatm. aaa that said proof win be maee before
tar.Jttdfe. erta bU wBee the Clerx of Ae
District Omrtof Webtr Comay at JCe4 K'rl.
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