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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1879)
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Go to the polls and rote.
SubFcribc for the Chief.
Overcoats at "Uncle Sam's"
Apples are plenty in this market.
Last SaLbalh wan a pleasant day.
Last Monday it was windy and dust.
See Mr. Simons' notice in another
Send ua the news from your neigh
borhood. Vote the Btraijcht ticket on the 4th
All branches of business seem to be
doing well now.
We are informed that the Argvt is
offered for sale.
Uncle Sau'fi store U literally piled
full of new goods.
No clew of the post offico robbers has
jet been obtained.
New corn is coming to town in con
Business has improved wonderfully
in the last few weeks.
The weather prophets predict warm
weather in this month.
The "Nebraska Zephyrs" have pre
' Tailed for the last few days.
The County Ccniiiaifsior.ers met in
regular session last Tuesday.
Mitchell k Morhart are doing a rush
ing Lusincss in the stove trade.
The ClllKF building will Foon be en
larged and otherwise improved.
Once in a while, for a change, the
passenger train from the cast cornea in on
Doc Middleton. tho outlaw, is en
caged at stono drc&sing in the peniten
tiary. Tho doys arc growing shorter and as
a consequence the nights arc growing
It has been said that womau's inhu
manity to ruan i what keeps the broom
market st cad'.
A farmer brought two loads of pota
toes to town last Saturday and could not
dippcpc of them.
The house fly who has been po active
all f ummer now folds his wings and quiet
ly drops into the gravy.
We learn that the contract for re
building the Methodist church was let to
Mr. G. A. Brown, for $1,100.
Blanks. Wa wi!l have a supply of
blanks of all kinds in a few days, which
we will sell at Lincoln retail prices.
Candidates have been unusually
plenty this fall, and yet wo have heard of
only a few hen roosts being robbed.
Our sympathy for the poor little
quail prevents ua from announcing that
the law protecting those birds has ex
pired. Tho Omaha Arfir says that the In
dians should be turned over to the milita
ry or cite the military turned over to the
Judge Gatlin was re-nominated for
District Judge of the 5th Judical district
at the convention held at Plum Creek
The editor of tho 'Paris Mercury
thinks the question is not "What shall
we do with our boys?" but "What will
our boys do with ut-7"
Friend Ilolcomb is building him a
aeat new residence in tho north part of
town, and will bring his family from
the east to occupy it soon.
Mr. Emigh has bought the lot
between Miller's harness shop and tho
bakery and is erecting thereon a building
to be used as meat market.
At the teaehcrs'examination held on
Saturday, October 4th, there wero ten
applicants for certificates. Two second
and three third grades were issued.
Mr. M. Winsor, one of the editors
of the Monitor- Diamond, of Jewell Co.,
Kansas, has sold out his interest in thai
paper and 'will engage in some more lu
When you come in to have your ap
plication for final proof forwarded, always
bring along your henicstcad paper and
tho full names of your witnesses, as it
will Eave delay.
Mr. Emanuel Anderson, of Elm
Greek, brought to our office last Saturday ,
a radibh that weighed seven pounds and
three quarters, another proof of the won
derful productiveness of our soil.
Friend Burton, of Willow Creek, has
been engaged -for the last few weeks in
making brick north, of the fair grounds,
and says that it is a scttlrd fact that the
clay in this county will make good dur
- Letterheads, billheads, envelopes,
poBters, cards, etc., executed in the neat
est and cheapest manner. Also faucy and
colored job printing of all kinds done wUh
dispatch. Call and see samples and leave
Hon. Jos.Garber, formerly of Nuckolls
county, is nominated by tho republicans
of Webster county for clerk. Joseph is
well qualified for this position, and will
make the people an excellent officer,
A certain per?on saw another person
carray a keg of lead from Mr. Holcomb's
new building one uighfc last week. Mr.
Holcomb don't want any trouble with
anyone and will ask no questions if the
lead is returned.
Ourister town of Hastings is build
ins up rapidly since tho fire and in a
short that will have recovered from the
effects of the disaster." The business
men ef Hastings are for tha ciott part, of
the right kind of metal.
Fairbury suffered a destructive con
flagration Wednesday night, which de
stroyed nearly half of the business portion
of the town. Nearly forty thousand-dol--
lars worth of property was destroyed,
with insurance, to' cover, about a quarter
of the amount;.
Wasted A boy to Icrn the printing
trade, one who will not learn it all in two
or three week, preferred. A good chance
is offered for a good steady boy to thor
oughly master the trade, under the tu
torsliip ofour experienced foreman. Ap
The Lewiston Gazrjtc snys every pa
per in the United States ought occasion
ally to put the fact before its readers that
burnt corn is a certain and speedy cure
for hog cholera. The best way i to take
a pilo of corn on the cob, cffectuilly
scorch it, and give the affected hogs free
acce.M to it.
If the person who ?tole a keg of lead
from Mr. Hulcomb's new hoafclast week
will return the j-ame no questions will be
asked, but if it is not returned the thief,
who is well-known, will get into trouble.
Mr. Halcomb does not de.irc to cxpo.-e
the person but will do it publicly if the
lead is not returned in a reasonable length
The school in Guide Rock, under tbc
charge of Mis Brown, U considered one
of the best in the couty. The Sup:riu
lendent speaks very highly of her method
of teaching history. Mr. Judson Bailey
will leach in this district the coining win
ter. The people of Guide Rock take a
lively interest in their f-cliool affairs and
what is better, always support the lead
ing tchool of the county.
N. D. Fox k Co., grain merchants of
Cowles, wMi to announce to the public
that they have completed their new ele
vator and arc now ready to handle all
kinds of grain. Their facilities for hand
ling arc as good as any in tho country.
They nlso have tho advantage of low
freights to Chicago, and propose to pay
nil their is in grain, and cordially invite
the public to give them a trial. SL't
From Mr. Pope we obtained the fol
lowing in regard to the schools in the
northeast part of the county where he has
been visiting: Miss Victoria Morton i
tcaching in district No. 5.', has enrolled
seventeen pupils. Miss Morton bus
taught this school two terms. Mra. Su
san Slilcs is teaching her second term in
district No. 37, while her daughter, Mk'i
Alice Stiles has commenced her first term
of school in district No. 2(J.
Last Sunday night about midnight,
when everything human is supposed to
be at rest and graveyards arc supposed
to yawn and ghosts come forth and 6talk
about, "Uncle Sam'' and Shciiff Warren
arose from their virtuous couch and de
parted for bleeding Kansas in quest of an
individual by the name of Davis, whom
it was supposed had tecrctly departed
from this county in search of greener pas
tures, leaving sundry small bill unpaid.
Tie was overhauled in Kansas and made
to liquidate his indebtedness to Uncle
Harvey A. Bailey is to leach the
school iu district No. !"., Hiram Hamp
ton teaches his second term in No. 25.
G. W. Barker has been engaced for the
winter term in district No. G, at Inavale
Mrs. Real is teaching her third term in
No. I .'I at Batin. The fchool has opened
in district No. 31, Miss Steers, teacher
Mrs. Tharp is to teach in district No. 12.
Mit-s Nellie Whitney, a young lady from
Iowa, commences the fill term in Hcl
vcru's district next Monday. Mirk No
bler 'ho taught thirty terms of school is
to teach- in district No. 3.
We have on exhibition at the Journal
sanctum, a large piece of pure chalk tak
en from tho ground four miles from the
thriving town of Red Cloud. The vein if
from which it was taken is said to be
three feet in thickness. Mr. Godman, of
this city, from whom we received the
sample, informs us that tho vein or bed
was dic?vcred by a man who was en
gaged in digging a well. The greatist ex
citcment, it is said, prevails among tho
citizens over thcdiscovcry,and the promi
nent men of this town are taking a deep
interest in tho matter. Lincoln Journal,
Tax payers should bear in mind that
tho law pa?ed last winter provides that
"No demand for taxes shall he necessary,
hut it f-hall be tho duty of everj person
subject to taxation under the laws of this
state to attend at the treasurer's office,
at the county scat, and pay his taxes;
and if any person neglect so to pay his
personal taxes until after tho first of No
vembcr next, the treasurer is directed to
levy and collect tho samo, together with
all costs of collection, by distress and sale
of personal property." And in regard to
taxes on real estate, that "On the Or.-t
Monday in November in each year, be
tween the hours of nine o'clock a. m. and
four o'clock p. m., tho treasurer is di
rectcd to offer at public sale "all
lands on which taxes are levied for state,
county, totvnbhip, village, city, school
district, or any other purpose, for the
previous year still remaining unpaid.
Ao notice of such tale by advertisement
or otherwise shall be required, but in all
cases the provisions of this chapter shall
be sufficient notice to owners of the sale
of their property."
By a Competent young man 21 years
old, in a store, speaks German and En
glish. Call or address at this office.
Wages no object. 9tf.
The next Teachers' Association will be
held at Guide Rock, on Saturday, Oct.
IS. Prof. C. J. Davis will deliver the
address. Programmo nxt week.
Scots aad Shoas for ii: Jiillisa.
Miner Bros, have just received a large
supply of boots and shoes and are pre
pared to fit evorybody without regard to
race, colot or "previous condition," from
the gray haired sire to the prattling iu
fant. Call and see their immense stock.
Uncle Sam has just received the- lar
gest stock of fall goods ever brought to
Red Cloud, we will not attempt to de
scribe them, but will advise all to go and
see for themselves. Ladies' cloaks of all
grades and prices. Boots and shoes with
out number, ready made clothing, grain
sacks,-bed ticking, muslins, hats and caps,
and everything you want store literally
jammed full go and see -and. get urices,
J andyou.will be sure to buy..
We steal the following from Beatrice
Exprets, who tolc it from the Johnson
County Journal who stole it from borne
other paper, bat faiU to eay what paper
it stole the "pome" from:
"Gaily the candidate
Veckcth the bar,
Where the dry citizen
Comes from afar,
.Vinging: "I've sought thee,
And found thee, methinks;
.Vet up the drinks."
Peterson's Maoazinr, which a con
temporary calls "pre eminently the first
of the lady's hooka," is on our table for
November, ahead of all others. It is as
tonishing how thi favorite continues to
improve. The present number leads off
with a charming steel engraving, 'TIic
Little Haymaker," and is followed by
one of those douhle-sizcd steel fashion
jiUtc, superbly colored, only ecn in this
periodical. Then comes a powerful en
graving, 4 The Oriel Window," illustrat
ing a story, then comc3 some fifty wood
cutAof drew, pa'icrn. in embroidery,
crochet, kc, Ac. A pretty love story,
"The Prize At Our Archery Club," bril
limtly illustrated, fellows, and then tale."
and novlcta by Mrs Ann S. Stephen",
Mrs. F. Hodgson Burnett, Marietta II ol
ley, Frank L"e Benedict, kc , kc. With
this number appear the prospectus for
1SSO. A specialty of "Peterson" U a
monthly supplement, given to each sub
scriber, with a paper pattern for a lady's
or child's drci-s, the pattern alone being
worth more than the subscription price.
Five original novelets will be given in
1SS0. by Mr.-. An-i S. Stephens, Mrs.
Frances Burnett, Frank Lee Renedict,
kc , kc A new failure will bs intro
duced, in a series of brilliantly illustrated
stories, and other article. The price of
"Peterson," remember, is but Two Dol
lars A Ykak, or le.44 than other flrst
clas magazine, postage free; to clubs the
terras are even lower, viz: two copies for
$3 50. with a bupcrh, copyright mezzo
tint (mzo l!l inches by 20) "Washington
at Valley Forge," as premium. Or four
copies for $G 50, and an extra cop of
the magazine itself as a premium. Or
five copies for $S 00, with both an extra
copy and the "Washington at Valley
Forge," for premium. For larger club
the premiums are even more tempting
Now is the time to get up ciubs for 13S0
Specimens arc sent, gratis, if written for.
Subscribe to nothing until you have ?cen
a copy of "Peterson." Address Chahlks
J. Petekson, 306 Chesnut Street, Phil
M02E INDIAN FXOaTWff.
G'niCAOO, Oct. -1. The following was
received today at Gen. Sherman's head
quarters in thi city, via Ft. Leavenworth
Monow came up with Victoria and his
band on the 28th of Sept. nearOjeahenti.
and so far, after two days, reports to have
inflicted severe punish ncnt on the In
dian", capturing sixty horses and mules,
including twelve or more of Hooker's
horses. Victoria was in an almost im
passable country, and was well fortified,
but Morrow dislodged him. Morrow
continues the fight. I am sending Apaches
jut enlisted, a company of sixty cavalry
and two companies from Staunton to him
and now have no doubt of the final re
sult. This relieves mc and I can attend
to the Utes' country. Signed,
TROOFS UOINO TO THE FRONT.
BonoECmr, Kas., October 4. Com
pany A, Nineteenth Infantry, Lt. Spen
cer, commanding, left hero to-night for
Ft. Lyon. Col., there to await orders.
Four companies of the same regiment are
held at Ft. Dodge ready to leave at a mo
ment's notice. Company G, Nineteenth
Infantry, mounted, Capt. Bradford, com
manding, have left Ft. Dodge to proceed
to Otero, N. M. These movements are
to frustrate the hostile demonstrations of
the Southern Utes and ether bands in
Colorado and New Mexico.
NO NEWS FROM CAPT. PAYNE.
Rawlins, Wy., October 2, 10:15 p.m.
The painful silence still continues.
Not a word has been heard from the front.
Seven companies of the Seventh Infantry,
under Col. Gilbert, and Company B, of
the Third cavalry, under Lieut Hunter,
arrived to-day, and will go forward in the
morning. Gen. Crook will probably
reach here Monday evening. Tho mail
from the south is due to-night.' We con
fidently expect to receive important news.
Ogden, Utah. Oct. 4. Six Shoshoncs
chiefs, with war paint and armed with
breech-loading riflc3, came down the
Utah Northern Railroad, and went east
this morning on the Union Pacific road,
paying their fare and announcing they
were going to join the Utes.
THEY BEAT ALL OTHSSS 1
A larce assortment of the celebrated
Selz' Chicago Haiid-madc Boots k Shoes.
every pair warranted, just received
for sale onlv bv LIDDY.
It having been rumored in this com
munity that T. J. Mosher is associated
with me in my new meat market, 1 de
sire to say that the rumor is incorrect and
without any foundation whatever. To
be brief, "I am paddling my own canoe,"
and upon that basis I invite public pat
rouage H. B. Simons.
I fully verify the statement that I am
in no way associated with Mr. Simons in
his new meat market.
T. J. Mo.sheu.
STATEMENT UNDER OATH.
To WnoM it Mat Concern: Id the
year 1S75 1 treated with Kendall's Spa
vin Cure a bone spavin of tevcral months
growth, nearly hair as large as a hen's
cgR, and completely stopped the lame
ness and removed the enlargement. I
have worked the horse ever since very
hard since and he never has been Jaroe,
nor could I ever see and difference in the
size of tha hock joints since I treated
him with Kendall's Spavin Cure.
R. A. Gaines, -
EuoAurgh Falls, Vfc, Feb. 25. 2S.G.
Sworn act! subscribed to before me.
this 25th day of February, A. D. 1879,
John x. Jesne,
0. F. Goodman Agect,. Omaha, Ne
C 3 Jt -. il
Lo'D Department. )
B.AM R K Co iNNcnaASfCv
Lincoln, Neb.. Sept. 15. IVM. i
U dcirc to sail the attention i.I on
1-,J l.,,r. ,n , f,., !,, h llmf
for piymcnt of the tax.- for thyei 1 77s
expires next mouihfOCTOBKIli. Tfccwc
"uu '- !- "- - - v-
who have not paid their
proceed to do so at once.
mate payment ol tne taxe on :ne unu ,
is an cxpre. violation of contract made !
with thi Compiny, and tnsy lead toiuj
cancellation. In order to prcceed the
Company's Ascot, piymcnt must be
made not later than the 0)ih of October
J. D. Macfakland.
G5t Land Commissioner.
For stove of all kinds go to Mitchell
k Morhart i.
FARM FOR SALE
A farm ot U,0 a-rcs one q tarter of aj
mile i'om the depot at the town ol !
(!nslM. .r,.ri nrres under rtiltivation. The .
land lies principally in a IktjI ef the
creek, with timber on two -tls. Futiy
130 acres cood plow land Goo'! water
at a depth of from 10 to 20 fi;t. Price
$I6'X) in payment to .suit purchaser
Apply at thza office or to L I). Thomas,
Brick! Brick!! Brick!!!
Burton's hive jut burned a kiln of
about IiKi.OdO trick at their yard on the
creek just northeast of town. Thec
brick arc of the best quality and will be
-old at tho lowest market prie?. Call at
their yard when you arc in nt-cd of brick
and be convinced that it will be to your
interest to deal with them. 9-21
It is Usolc::.
Tryifi? to buy goods cheaper than LID
DY will sell you is only time spent to no
purpose Vou can't do it. tf
Mce frCfth clean
bacon, fur .sale at
The People's Brick Yard.
Mr. W. H. L'idiow i now pr.'pawJ to
furnish brick to all partus win want thrm
at a reasonable pric
icf, fniii hn hrickyard
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m.hii tup n:i!ivo riav as it h mi" irom i fit;
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are of hettor qiuhtv than anv horotoforu
made in thii country, and are fully tvpiii
to my mado in tho -tatn. :itu5
An excellent quality of honclcsd ham,
fjr sale at Kyhy's.
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ULUVCai -LCVCi!I OLU V US I I!
MITCHKLL it .V.OltllAKT ll.ivc oil
hand tho largest antl nest .unply of tnvc
ever brought to KimJ (loud. 1 hey hare
the celebrated ni-.-klt! plated hae burner
heater? and lt e?ial stove, a!-o ook
stoves in great variety. Call and -eetii
Thi fiue.-t lot of stoves of all kinds at
Mitchell & Morhart'. S2
M7 cntiro stock cf 2:cc, lTct::s:. TTall
pater, Windsvr-saaaicg. i:. AI:a a wall
paper trimmer. sasHJle-rari: as sh;x cas.
9tf is. 3. sicsirr.
W. B. Kohy ha jut received a full
Hue of Catiuud good.", all fresh and new. if
Only a few more of tho-e fat polling
"hoise books' on hand. Price 25 cent.
Wo have been supplied by the Hlooni
ington land olfici with the ncse.istry
blanks for making applicitions for final
proof, and will fill out and forward for
those who wish us to do so, free of
charge. Call at tho CtilKF office.
DON'T FORGET 1
That the Largest, Cheapest and Rest
stock of Groceries vou will always find at
tf ' LIDDY'.S
We wish to call your attention to our
Mncliino Oils, which arc of superior
quality, and we offer at bottom prices
Red Cloud Drug Store. 45if
Morris & Wcstveer.
You can Sayc Money by
K. B. KcNir:.
Wholesale k Retail Stationery, School
and Miscelancous Rook's.
Wall Paper a speciality at Bed rock
prices, already trimed.
Fancy Stationery and Notions at the
Post Offiee Building.
LIDDY is Felling Shoes at prices that
will astonish you. Call and sco them, tf
I hereby announce nn?e!f as an inde
pendent candidato for the office
ofshpriff of Webster county, subject to
the decision ef the voter- of the county at
the November election.
A. J. RENNKCKER.
Teachers Contracts cm be had by
calling on we pr bv i-tlling at the ClllKF
office, Red Cloud' Neb
A. A. Pope. Co. Supt.
Wc offer our White Load and Oil at
greatly reduced nricca. Call and exam
ine. Red Cloud Drug Store, two doors
west of Boy's Horns. -45tf
Mom & Westveer.
For fair and square dealing yon will
find it to your advantage to trade with
Final Proof Notices.
Land Office at Bloomington. Neb.,
Scot. 30th, 1S79.
Notice is hereby eiven that the fol
lowing named settler Has filed notice of
his intention to msfce'Snal proof in sup
port of his claim, ana secure final entry
thereofat the expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, viz :
Daniel C. Tdetcalfj for the southeast
section 34. town 2, range 11 west, snd
names the following arrbis witnesses, viz:
Levi Moore, of Ked Cloud, Neb., and
Charles H. Potter, of lied Cloud, Neb.
oct2oct30 S. V. SWITZER, Register.
Land Office at Bloomington. Neb.
SenL 3Uth. J 879.
Xotiijc is hereby civen that the fo
lowing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof io sup
port of his claim, and secure final entry
thereof at tho expiration of thirty days
from the date of this notice, vix:
Jobann Hitrruielberg, for the southeast
section 2. town 3, range 9 west, and
names the following as his witnesses, vir:
rtmn T.11i- nf Vflhsier canntv. Neb..
and William R'oas of Nuckolls count? Neb.
oct2oct30 S. W. SWITZER: Register.
Final Proof .Xoticm.
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tnakc nnal Moot in 'Ul'l-ort of hi rlaito as t
wurf final ratry tur ! at it'- rifiration u
thirt ila j t from the ilatu of thu nott.c. u
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'JO town t rant- 11. anl nir thr Jll wltir a..
hi witnr-. rit: Jaeoli ' ltland of Writ.
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ifrSotJJ a. W. SWITZKK, Itcttw.
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narat-l jrtttrr !i SIr.l sotire of h( lnirnti-n to
make final rntf in uiHirt of bu claim. r 1
cure final entrr thtr-if at the rx;.lr.:i.a of
thirtr ta from the ila!ut thi hIh-. tu .
l'liliilrtrth A. 'ea'. ife t( lu.ih . Ilwal. Ir-
inp;torthe ut,'rt jurter - K t"Wn 7.
rans II ct. ai I nm tlii flirln a Urr
witnr.r. vis: t'hwter V. 1'ulterof ISatiw. Nrb..
anl Turti Ileal af Itatm Ncs.
ecrM.t23 S. W. SWITZER. Ite;ter.
Lia'l Oll!eo at I::otaiartnti. rb Pi!- VOth. "79.
"otir n he--l-T ciri-n that tho following
KSllI'il "rttlcf hr. F.M nctici ( f i intr,li..n I..
t mako tinl irif
in ciiT'i-irt of h- rlain. anil
-':'"' ftnulpuTryt'i.'.f t tUr j.-ratu.,
l tbirtr!.ir fr..n th ittiof h .luitH-e. tu.
Wiillnm loj-frr. f .rth- n ii,w- nmr rr
, iuiiiii infirr. i .r iff ti fif.Ti nuir'rr -
i i i rar.Kc m w.i.r,.i rw- itio i ii..wmr
I " V" w ""'.." 4 :'..U '"V h'l't "f J'lu. ilill.
I nll"! wltnt . : Miliums hiltn
Si.. an.t ilium Kort wf It'.ur Hill.
W. S JI7.KK. Itr;-tr.
Land Otlj.oat IMonraincton Srh. ejt. S !. 1S7;.
Xr'icn i lirri!')- irirfn that th ftinti
r.snii"! K-tfli ha filvi unti-c . hi intention tH
iiiak" Srial trif in Mijiirt if hi. cUmi. .H"i
ttcu'c (in'il unrrv tlirrn-f a thf rxpiraSion f
tliirtv ilarn from Ire ilit of tiii nntict. tu-
I Nirliola .leji-fnof Vhttr countj, NVIr.ta.
fur tli-iit!ii-t 'p. It. tonn I. north r.taffe
; ,... VI: fj.rnrrr Alrxan.trr.M V.rr ..
I x"'-nl W I'ettyi. of rb.tor Co.. NeJ,.
IH..rtly S. . f Vitus, itrjristrr.
ItliKitnoiuton Nl. Sept. t'lh 7?.
N !.' i hi-rrhy pur. n tint tlm foJIouiris:
r.nrn" i cttlrr ha llUi.l n t.i-o o! hi- in'rntiun to
ink tinitl pront in rupimrt ' hn rl.nni. ami
ivurc final rntr thereof nt thn rtpiratioo ot
thirtv '1 fr "in thr iite of ih,a rmttrr. t .
Jo.'pph jainhrr" rr thr fitH-i. iii-rrr
rrii-irt 1 town :t r.i'.k-r I ' n(t, jn.l ritinrit the
fullovrinc at' his tvitnrkt. tu: unnri Jlrwn
of wrh'torrountr scb. nnJ Nicholas iiancy u("
wuhstcr county .tch.
.rpiicu .. r. sviT7.i:n. n.jfi.r.
LrmI Ofiio at "o'lmincton Neb Spt. 9-h KV.
Xotirc it hr rrla pjvrn that thr f llowinr
namrdettirr ha ti:eI n.-rirr if t.i intrntcm tu
m.-iUo fnnl ir'f ,u up rt f hi rlnun. uri'l
rcurrfinul rntry iht-rrol nt the rpir.ili-'U uf
thirt ly. fr. m thnUtrof ihti n.ilirr. iii:
.Ininri 11 'hmiir !'r thi futh-wrt ipi.tr-
the fi'Howinc a lit witrr!. ix- irti I'ril '
nfwrMtrrrtiuntt svb. ami lliltiam Itrnvro of
Vrhtrr ruilbt hb.
rplloctt S. V. SrtTiBR. UfK'itcr.
Lacil OSico at Icf.itiitiicton N'rb. ?rpt 9th. 17'J.
Notice i hereby iriven tlmt thr f.iliowms
nrue.l ;ttlrrhif nits notice f Lit inlentiim tr
rnke fiaal pro if in "um.i.rr f hl rlai.n. nnl -rurr
fin'il entry thenar at thjrTpiration of thirty
div from thnlitr f t'lt notion, iz-
Unity Connrly fgrthrU .. N. ; 5 j; i,
N. W. ,' and n. K. ; P. V. ,' .. 22 t mn 1 It.
9 wc?t. arni mnin. thr l.illiirjns n h'n witnrr
rit- John II. W.itt of ;Hil. llni-k 4cb. an-i
Sainnt'l ICcIev of (Jimie Kf rk Nrl
icpllocfJ S W. SWITZKK. KeKister.
Lanl Officn at Hloominston N'.-b.
?ept 9t!i. is..
otire 5 lier-by cirra thai thr f.illnwinc
named et:Ier In filcl notir of hit in'mtion to
tnakf final ronf in ut.jrt of h' riatin. and
rr:irc final nitry tli-rrof af the rxpiration of
thirty tl.iys from the d-itc of thn notice. ii :
Samurl Mo.Mmn. for the onth-eit nuartrr
fecti.-inno tHrn2 ritiRr II vrrt. and narnr the
follotTintr aj hi witnrr. viz; Henry U" Ko.
of Krd cloud iYeb. and (Jeorco G. Ito of KeJ
ceplloctl' S. W. SWITZER. Hcirirter.
.and Office nt Rloominctnn Nrh.
Sent. Sth. 1571).
Notice is hereby riven that lh f.dlon-inc
namrd settler bu fiie.1 nnticcof hi intntion to
make final proof in upport of hit cliirn. d
yecurc final entry thrreof at thr rxtdrntion of
thirty (lty from the date of thi notirr. tu:
Xnvio- I.-i Porte, for the north-rtt fjnartrr
.eetion 2 tovrn i raifte 12 wet. and nimra the
following a hi witnracn. vii : Joseph LaPortr
of Webtrrrnnnty Neb. and Edmoutid Chnin
lonx of Webrter count v Nrh
eplIoct9 S. W. SiVITZER. Remitter.
Zand Office, at Bloominirton Nrh.
Sept. 5th. 1379.
Notice i hereby jriven that the followinr
nnrard jettler ha fijr.1 notice of hi intention to
make final proof in upportof hi cUim. and
rcnro fiml entry thereof at the expiration of
thirty dny from thed.iteof thi Dotitfe. vix:
Daniel Coik. for the noh-wct quarter ?c.
20 town .1 range 9 we.t. and nnine the following
a. hit witnrvr. viz: A tram Well of Still
water Neb andCharleA Tecl of Still water Neb
eplloct9 8. ir. SWITZKK. IWiter.
Ltad Office at Bloomincton. Vrb.
Sept. 27th. 17:.
Notiee i hcrrby circn that the following
namenl settler ha? filed not:ce of h inte-tion to
mtkcfiml proof in npj.rt of hi claim, and
ecure final entry thereof at the expintton of
tli'rty dav from 'ho date of this no'ee. v.xr
Jaeob Kin.lehcr. her of Karhara Kindehrr.
tlecwrd. for the n rh-itt (ju-irter -ti-.n 2.J
town 2 ranee 9 wct. and name the frdlowtis a
his witneMc vix: Sanuel Oxer of KM C'oml
eb. and Samacl Foinmerhalder of Kr.1 Cload
oct2oct30 P. W. SwtrsRR. Rr-:trr.
Land Offico at Ploominston. NS.
riept. 27tb. li79.
Notirr i hcrehy sirrn tint th following
named settler ha? filwl notire f hi inntios to
mik" Seal proof in fopiort of hi eUitn. and
erure final entry thereof at the rxpi-v.ioa of
thirty d from the datcof thin aoti-e. vir:
Iiori.-ild Met'allara. for the north i onth-wr.t
M ant! lot. I 2 .t 3 eetion 19 t wn 1 rin;e wrt
end ntues thb toilowina h' wilnr. ti
Wiliiam McBride of Jlei Cloud Neb. and Josei h
(larbtrof Kcd CToud N-b
o2o;t20 S. W.Sttitirj. Rcsitr.
Laad Office at BJoomiaston Neb. Sept. 17th 7?.
Notic is herthr piren thai the folI-win
nwn! etler hs filed no'i e of hi intention to
makr finl proof in sopport of ii claim, and e
cere final entry thereof the expiration of
thirty dav. from tho dteofthij notice, vix:
Henry GehrVe for the norrh evi quarter ?ec.
4 town 2 racer 11 m, an-i Tiarae the Mlowinc
a hi witnfc.c . vix : Frank roNer of TT8otr
conntv Neb. and Ai Srribner of wrb:r ro.NeQ.
oct2octTfl S. W.BWITZEK. Resbter.
Land OS;o at Bloorsinjfon Nh.
Sept. 22J, 157.
Notice i kcrehy riven that the fnlIo2n;
naraed settler has file! notice of bit intention to
make final proof in sapjKirt of hi claim, and
secure final entry thereof at tha expiration of
thirty days from the date of this ootire. rixi
Oliver MeCall. for the north-wet oaartT ?:.
7 town 1 rant 11 weit, and n-itne the fnilowirc
a hi. witaecs. rix; iniSiara C. Maxwell r.f
webster county Neh. an I DariJ Iinse cf web.
ter onnty Neb.
cxsSoctK) S. W. Stitssk. Rey'uter.
LaaiT OCi;e ai Bloorcintoa Neb.l
Oct. 6tJj, 1579. j
Notice u hereby plveci riat the followinr
nssed 'ettler has filed notice f ti intention to
make final proof in rnpport of hit ciiirx. and -ere
final eniry thereof at Ae expiratloa of
thirty dat frotn the data of this notiee. rix:
Fraaklin IJ- Leonard of lied Cloa. IFebttcr
COBty, Nek.. forth wwtJi of eclhweit J- of
section 32 township 1 north of rascell wet acd
camei the followinr as hU witsee. rtx: DsiI
S . Hel vrn of Red Cloud. Neb., aud WiUiata T.
Wiljn of KeJ Cloud. Nebraska,
o9aov9 S. "W. SWITZER. Reitr.
1T0T2C2 TO T2iCHZ2S.
Xotice i5 heretr jaf ca. ttt I will txaxsise
ailpersqnjwho naty desire to o5sr thenoelre
caadidates for teafaeit of the priaiarr or
eoamos cfcol3 sf Webster conatj-. at R1
cint- stock a
tr&t t?atcnir ol tacn aocti at
A'. A,Po?s. Co&spt.-
J. C. FARLEY,
A full supply pf
SCHOOL HOOK3. UTATIONKRY.
H-ALL PAPKR. A.
rtrct lvettii ol tlasVfdttj rcrrlJ.
"Prritttn xrf jMj r'!tJ"
One door south of Rank.
UF.D CLOUD NKR.
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prop.
r ea: i it in
Ct-n. Mfl. Ilran Cbotrct FtJa-J
Vuit th. Ittvlnccl '-rrrr. Vtl an J Tro
rlttca ttore whra joa waat iui pun fcr tsaa or I
Iliffhcat toarVrt Tnf In cath paip for train!
All VltiJt ofcOBtrr prwluce ttkrn tn n 'hcr
for cwi). (JixhIi JrlnfrrJ t 11 parti f tn !
(tt f chare.
ttorr Mjuth of IUI'j VU Partorr. I
Red Clou d.
of all kir.Jj.
rhry rrll rilKVP fr 'ASII. nl If tLfj
hare net what jnu want. Iraro ywur
orJer ao.i they ill fill It.
CALL ON Til KM
One door north afOarlirr'. a&d i,U. HI.CiJIB
nill wait u jeu. Ki-rltt
KF. CI.OUI). NISI.
H07SLTY and ?ABISTY STORE.
Hyland D. Yciser
Hajut rer-ivr.l a (lock of
E.sUi;f:, hik h.
J TG "W K T-, T
-of the latent tTl
RASKF.rS nf ercry variety,
rU'K. CIIOICK CAXiIK?
LEMONS kc. ke.
Vhich hr offer lo-v for eh.
Call A-iid Sec.
Firt door loath ot Arsa cOier.
July Cth JS79.
D. T. THOMAS
DEA I.Kit IN
of nil kindw.
Highest Market Price
paid for country
DrugM, 2otIoM!c,- Ef c-
AUa fell Hs of
Boots I Shoes, j
Hats, Cap, and
aa-Ccnctrr 7nds tases is. exthizf ioz
T. E Moon.
PERKINS & MITCHEIX'5
RED CLOUD GROCERY STORE !
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Oer fiwei t rt rUta a etry rert.
tnxl AM PiKtM at Xht
vc nope to merit tne nKrcuuig pironjt;c
which is being bestowed upon m. Buy
vour uroccries at t
G E NTKR A . G ROC KR V
vcivf Ms.r' ttr4 tl-i ItM'i'ilW T
f'n (Wlant'y On Hind A IV.I
Wc buy our goods for CASH, ami defy com-
prtion. When in
unc cioor soutn
Wc keep on hand at all tunes, a large and com
plete stock ol Mard-vare.
We alo keep a fiijjiy t.f
e us a call.
Groceries, (jjueenswarc, and
A (nrc lot ol ISOOTft cVSIZOKS, !mU A
6rGt- me a call, every thrap !J si
Recl CI cruel,
'. . JIfc'T-I. '
.fS-jm --"-"- 1
Don't buy until you have seen
IBir VKZLr.f - r- . r
ii u t la i
Bk-JbHSB0mL r m,
tho World, thcr Lver Kehablo "VICTOR."
VICTOR SSWIKC MACHINE COMPANY,
JODDIXXOWX COCZV. sai if-i. 139 -! 20 J VTai. .i.Br. CIUC iOO. IHU
FOR cSLZ BY
Mitch.ell So 3dxriiaa?t-. Eed ClouV3&-
-U fr, hwi
l vrmmml lit?
STO V. r
J 1. ilisute.
ALL KtVtU v
town izivc ux n call.
i t-t . .T"
01 rost unuc.
as we feel Mireue tan suit vcu
quality and privC
place, opposite the (Jiief Oilic
JlfTTOM i'lve, Ut C
J C POTTER.
w, ejifiPUuif Y I SUPERIORITY H I
m !M?LlflE0 1 d MAISTAIXEU .
mimmmz Szmmt, loo:
ua..'. y vt&4&.! juk1iMrtia cf
the IigHct runntn'g maefwae in
.-.. . - H -t -" .-.-;
' " -M. J a-" .1? "baaj0ha(Jf
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