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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1889)
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KepaMlcan CohbIjt Ceweutfeii.
Tlie republican electors of Webster county,
awe requested tenl delegates from tbe several
townships to meet in romcuftm at the eouit
bouse in Ked timid, Friday, September 20th,
1S83, at 10 o'clock a.m. for the iwrpifec of placing
in nomination one candidate for
County Siiprluteudent Tulilic .Instruction.
Also 13 delegates to the republican state con
tention tube held at Hastings, Nebraska, Octo
ber 3th, 188.1, and 10 delegates to the congres
sional convention and to transact such other
business as may properly eouie before the eon
ention. The several townships are entitled to repre-
sentlonas follows h-'d on the ote cast for
Hon. tlcorge II. Hastings, presidential erector
in 1S3S, giving one delegate at large t each town
ship and one ror every 15 totes or major fraction
Ked Cloud Township 7 Walnut Creek Twp 3
(iuideltook 11 Ked Cloud City 1st v 8
Stillwater - 3 I Jed Cloud City 2d w 10
Oak Creek " LineTowiihlilp - 3
Potsdam " 8 iJarheUl
lutin " 3 Beater Creek Twp C
(Kenwood " c Elm Creek " 5
Harmony 5 I'leatant Hill " 3
Iutivale " 4 Catherton " 4
Itis ree lUimendcJthat no proxies be admitted
, to seats iu the" convention except such :is are
held by iiersons ret Ming in the townships where
the vac mcy occurs.
it is recommended that the primaries in the
eeral precincts be held on Saturday, Septem
ber 14th, a two o'clock pan.
1 . F.TnuHKEr, I. (. MABTijr,
D.C.Criee takes this method of announcing
to the people, of ebstcr county, that he will
be u candidate before the republican county
convention for the oflice of sheriff. If nomina
ted and elected he promises to fill the office in a
Bel!eiugthat tlie iieople ought to have an op
portunity to discuss the qualifications of candi
dates ror public office. I take this method of an
nouncing that I will be a candidate before the
republican county contention for the office of
county Judge. I . F. Titcx ki:v.
1 hereby announce nil self as :t candidate for
the oliire of county judge of Webster county
for tlie ensuiug term, subject to the decision of
tite republican county contention,
Prices Knocked Out
JFor tlie next 60 days.
For County Clerk.
1 desire to announce myself to the people of
Webster county as a candidate for the office of
county clerk subject fi the will of then-publican
comeution. AH rumors that 1 am not a candi
date are untrue. If elected I will do my best to
till the office in a manner that will be satisfac
tory to my constituencies, II. E. Fond.
C. B. Crone who has been one of
our honored citizens for se'eral years
past, announces his name in another
column for county treasurer. Mr.
Crone is a thorough -gentleman and
.-eehnlar and if elected to that office
would fill it with ability.
For County Treasurer.
1 hereby anounce myself as u candidate for
the office of county tieasurer, subject to the
uitiou of the couuty convention. If elected, I
promise to administer the affairs of the office
iu a proper manner and hatislactoraily to the
C. B. CBONE.
I hereby take this method of announcing to
my frieuds and the people of -Webster county,
that I will be n candidate for treasure of
Webster county, .subject to the decision of the
K. II. Jo.NK-.
WITH A FULL LINE OF
Gents Furnishing Goods.
Watch this column next week.
S. F. SPOKESFJULD
The "Big 8" outfit have been want
ing office for a long tine. In order
to appease their desire and at the
Mime time give them an office that in
the future will be decidedly appopri
ate when that much mortgaged con
cern '-winks out," we hasten to no
minate Dock McKeeby for coroner.
He could fill that office with credit if
he attended to business strictly.
The Argus man winds up the infla
ted big S outfit in good shape this
week. They need it surely if any
'body does. Just think of it, S men
-whose sole ambition is -only to gain
control of the county offices in order
'to speculate on the county funds.
'.Their conduct is so apparent that
even some of their own ilk are goin
back en them.
Bide for School Ileune.
The school board
committee of school district No 18
Webster Co., Neb., will receive bids
for the erection of a school house
20 z 32 feet. Contractor to furnish
all material and labor except hauling
lumber and bricks.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at Ino. B. Stanser's or C. L.
Cottiug's drug store, Red Cloud, Neb.
Sealed bids will be received by lno.
B. Stanser until Friday, Sept.,6 at 7
o'clock p.m. at which time the bids
will be ojmned.
The board aud building committee
reserve the right to reject anv or all
The contractor will be requested to
give bonds for the faithful prefor
uiance of his contract. By order of
N. B. Wagoner, J. B. Stanser,
THE NEW ERA EXPOSITION.
St. Joseph, Mo.
September 3 to October 5. 1389.
Tlie Grandest Option sf Modern lie:.
The greatest attractions ever offered to the public.
The iiberal premiums offered for agricultural product have awakened a hearty
response from the farmers, and will be worth going hundreds of miles to see.
The grounds will be illuminated with thousands of prumatie lights arranged in
Two doors south of his former store, anil rill now sell you
goods very low
By all means the worl d's exposition
.should be held at Chicago, in 1S92,
astliat city is by fa? the most accessi
ble, has more railroads facilities,
better hotel accomodations, &c, than
any other American city. Chicago
would suit the west, east, north, south,
and would acco mmodate more people
than any eity named. Certainly the
interests of the nation could be bet
ter subserved by holding the expos
tion in Chicago than any where else.
TnE Qeiep is for Chisago.
The ".mule" editor of the "Bis 8"
-outfit whose braying qualities have
recently received new acquisitions
. from Missouri is still bellowing aroHBd
like a sickly calf, trying to explain
. away the facts in Mr. Kenney'a article
which appeared in last week's Chief.
Of course fce thinks it ought to be
suppressed, (here's too much truth in
- it for him ta relish with any degree of
comfort, them besides he is in the
ftiabit of trywg to suppress the truth
-y making malicious attacks through
-fcia disreputabfo sheet upon every re
spectable persaa who does not come
when he whistles. The people have
become tired of docky and his sore
fceadcd-I-want-tc-get - control- of -the-countyfundsoutfit.
Years ago the
people had to fight the same gan
fiercely to keep their hand3 out of the
treasury, and bow the fight has to be
saade over again, in order to keep the
fnnds out of their clutches. Years
ago they speculated oa the county
lands and art making terrible efforts
to do so again, aad will aot stop to
spend large saas of mosey to do so,
11 of which they have beea guilty of in
the past. -No docky, Tbe Chief's
Keaaey article was all so, and not a
word in it was tbseeas sior could it
-fee constraed that way only by de
signing aapriacipled awn who desire
to distort facts because the truth'
fcaxts tkews. No docky. some off the
pedestal, attead strictly to your ated-l
ical carver urn leave WMCcfvejHea ou-
traiftiftg with, sad yoa will stake
re maaey tftaa job arsaow makuur.
is f oar efforts to raft politics aad a
newspaper, aeitaer of which yon know
BftjtkiBg aboat Yo aad your crowd
ftAVfrmii-Mc their calliag.
The republican electors of Pleas
and Hill township arc requested to
meet at the school house in district
No. 15, on Saturday September 14th,
1S89, for the purpose of electing 5
delegates to the republican county
convention to be held at Ked Cloud
September 20th. 1SS0, and for such
other business as may properly come
betorc tne caucus.
Joiix Blaixk, Chairman.
Bachs Celebrated Military Bana
aud orchestra will give concerts every afternoon;;
Seimons will be delivered evesy Sunday, by
the most celebrated divines. Music by a chorus of 1000 voices.
His stock will be much larger than ,.cit;toiue kept, and
will he glad to see his friends at Ills ufivr place
Miller-Cotting Block, 2 doors south of ok1, stand .
Reliable Eeal Estat
Investments for non-iesidents, profits larj;c.qu: !.. aaO i.. ii-.k.
The following amphitheatrical attractions have been secured: A realis
tic Indian fight and a mimic illostration of the Custer Massacre:
100 Apache Indians; 100 Indian fighters, under the
celebrated scout Capt. Jack Crawford,
and 500 soldiers will participate.
Invest Now to Catch the Incoming tide this fall
The republican electors of Garfield
township are requested to meet at the
Kent school house on Saturday afternoon
at two o'clock, Sept. 14, 1889, for the
purpose of selecting delegates to attend
the republican convention which meets
in Bed Cloud, Friday, Sept., 20th. and
for the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the caucus.
L. DzHabt, Committeeman.
Ilalloon ascension ani parachute jiinijinK: KNa VonBIuiiieu ami Joie I law he?, champion
femalu bjcieleisU; a Iay of field sjiDrt;: the celebrated Woody IJro. male iuartette; Kemp Bros.
In Soman Hippodrome races; Capt. Paul Soyton in acuuatic inaneiiwrs; Uroneho Johu theeow
boy kinj;; capt. A. II. Boganlus ami 3 sons in rim- -hooting. Other nttmetioiiH i".l beaunoume.t
Reduced rates on all Railroads. Come All !
JK n. PERKY, JVc., St. Joseph, Mo.
Portland property is ranidlv ahancin:
Itaird of Immigration. Address Arm, 30 Ash Mi
Correspondence r;i "iil!y nnwi-reil.
(I. A. IVrbeck.
Willis C. Brown.
(leo. II- Ilronn.
Mrs. M. . Huffman, living two
miles west of the city on the Kaley
farm is prepared to weave carpets on
short notice. Orders by mail will
receive prompt attention. Leave or
ders with C. Schaffoit -ft
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
L. H. FORT, Mraager.
Furnished to all Lands in Webster County, Accurately and
U" SUUKT JSU11UIS.
Uavins had ten years experience in county records and one of the most complete set of Ab
stract books in tbe state, we guarantee satisfaction. Yoar favors solicited
All orders filled promptly. 16.BW dollar bond tiled
and appro etl. Address or call on
ing opportunity now offered
to secure your
and other school supplies
while the stock is
L. II. FORT, Manages, Red Cloud, .Neb.
H.CLARKE Preaident.Albny,N.YJ.A.TTJmjr, Vfoa-Prealdant
Kobi. V. SHTBMY, Treasurer.
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FARM LOAN CO..
PAID UP a4PIljtL,$50,000.
Ked Cloud, Neb. Albany, New York.
MONEY L CANED.
On improved farms in .Nebnrcica and JtwMas. Monev furnuhed as soon as the
ecuniy is approveo. ranctpai ana interest payable in Red Cloud
H. Clarke, Alban;
, Albany. New Yoric Geo R. Beach, BalstonSpa N.Y.
W. H. Robeson, Albany.. X. Y. E. S. Francis, Pitteh'eld. Bit
sy D.M.Piatt E. V, Highland. J. A. Tulleys M.B.McX
you that this is the time to
select from the finest line
in the city-
C. L. CoTTING,
Druggist and Bookseller.
Paints, ODs, Varnish, Stationery,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska,
We have removed to oar NEW QUARTERS jut North of the F. M
Bask aad aow have the
Largest Stock of Boots nd Shoes
Erer seen ia Red Ckmd, and they will be eoid at prices that will make
them go fast, in fact we are going to
Sell our Goods Cheap for Cash !
We have the largest stock aad warrant oar stock.
J. L. Miller has moved his im-
CMHII DIT Ml I in mtnae 8tock rf Un" Mder thc F-
OraMCI rll. blLUlI Ben baafc, wbare voa
nrariOftflK, ? karftea., saddles, bridles
Adfoatattawlf to ftm;., ,
HMtwoBiwiof PTe wa. I will aall M - fe .
SUtcfctoc, cask ,rie . wit. te. ce,ft JllterMfc
WM limit ttawmmm Call mmd u. ... .
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J L. Miller, c.
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