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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1879)
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f h! tony is over.
Lively times on election day.
V. H. Gore is happy it's a boa wins;
Ladies' dregs luttono at Mrs. Me-
Itrt EtyJcacf b&ts alwaya at Mrs.
We priutcd nearly tco thousand clee"
Jewelry and fancy notions an Mr.
-AVinter with it's biting winds will
40 nbe bcrc.
Ladies and children hosery a spec
ialty at Mr . MoBride's.
- The recent cnld snap created a de
laanti for coal and wood.
Children' coral rinn at five cent
tach at Mm. McBride'e.
Teichera' contracts for Bale at the
Cairr f.ffiie at Gve cents each.
l.r. H. A. Bnird ha opened his new
dct.tal office next door to the bank.
The election is over and the voter
now boya his own drinks or goes without.
The Bloomington Guard propnueu to
dheard tbc patent, ensmall, and print all
The eandidate no longer aeMeth 'em
ap and affectionately enquireth after the
health of your family.
3000 huhela of corn wanted at Chap.
K. Putnam's, flour and feed store bigh
tat market price paid.
Burton It. Sons have jat fininhed
burning brick. They now hate on hand
160,000 brick for tale.
Work is reported as prorejaing live
ly on' the railroad between the mouth of
Kirn crtek and Superior.
Money to loan on real estate and
1 ,tf M. R. Bsstlt. Red Cloud.
Dr. H H. Baird. of Rivert-n, called
at these headquarters last week. He
proposes to locate in the practice of den
ti3try in Red Cloud, aoon.
To a newspapet man it sounds foolish
to hear a man talk about buying a power
pres-h to firike off about three hundred
copies of a patent inide paps r.
Riverton cow hai an organized rii
lance ciUituittcc. We Hippose they will
make it uncomfortably warm for borso
thicca and other law breakers.
The Boon county Aw, a new paper
jut staitcd at Albion, Boon eounty, ia on
our table. It is a sprightly Hi tie, heet
tud wc hope itb founder .may accumlate
At the request of a number of our
iulcri ers e hold the paper back Tor
ilo official teturna from the election,
Al.ich makes us a little later this week
All who dcaire hedge plants will do
wdl to consult the undersigned at Ilast
iogn. Hedge plants thin fall at 2 25 per
1U00. Next npring J2.50 per 1000.
13 4t J. Chebby, Hastings, Neb.
Last Friday our band boys went over
iu Salem. Kanfcao, to take a hand in the
festival givcu by the Salsa) Coraot Band.
Wc understand a general good time was
had. The printing for the occasion was
done at the Chiw office.
Adams county wants to fund its
rounty indebtedness If we remember
lightly the indebtedness of Webster eoun
ty was once "funded," and county war
ranto well. they onntmnnd to sell at from
60 to 80 cents on the dollar I
We are in receipt of a communica
tion from Salem, Randan, in regard to
cettain matters there which wa do not
think would interest our readers, and
tnoreorcr, the writer is not a Fubscribcr
to t'rhs paper, hence it don't appear.
Mr. G. A. Brown has taken charge
of Mr Reed's block of furniture and
moved it into the large stone building
north of the Chief office. Mr. Brown
vill conduct the business of furnitur
dealer at Baum'6 old stand. Look out
for bii "ad" next week.
Henry A. Sehlenker, the drunken
brute who murdered Florence Booth at
Lincoln a little over a year ago, was
granted a new trial and plead gurhy to
murder in the second decree. He wa
tantenced to the penitentiary for fifteen
j cars instead of being hung.
The editor of the Argva opposed the
election ot Messrs. Oarher, Warren and
Pope en the county ticket, and Hawley
ar d Kaley on the precinct ticket. The
CniSF supported these men and they
were all elected but one The Argvt
' roMira" "are for sale at a discount,"
Mahriko. On the 29th of October.
1570. at the residence of the effieiating
tflinii-ter Ivor. Geo. O Yeieer in Red
Cloud. Mr John S. Holt and Miss So
tihia Lundquest, both of Smith county,
Kansas. On the 29th of October. 1879,
by the above minister. Mr. Jas. T. Wal
ter and Mia Attn a Small, both of Jewell
We have received from Mr. I. S.
lk.il a letter of praise for Drs-Mathewson
and Hays of the State Inssno Assylum.
Ac the letter in question was evidently
dictated by the eaid doctors for the pur
;osc of getting a little free advertising,
e, iibout intending any discourtesy to
Mr. Bea!, respectfully decline to publish
Lett Friday evening, while Dr. Mor
ris was returning from visiting a patient
oa the south ido of the river, his team
ran againbt a post which had been act in
the road to warn folks from crossing the
iound, upsetting the buggy and throw
ing the doctor out, infiioting painful
though not serious wound. The team
taa away ted demolished the buggy.
When feted by Mr. Westvecr who went
in scotch of ibem. they were wandering
acourapparcntly lest. The doctor, after
linr fareakec by bis tiam and buggy.
to!U Jitofcc, k distance of about
The editor of the Argus, in thU
week's issue, crown over the the defeat of
certain ones of the regular republican
nominees, and this too, afttr professing
to support th straight ticet The edi
tor of that milk and water sheet has not
manhood enough abont hies to take a
stand on any question, elc he would not
have professed to support th republican
ticket while he was industriously wotktng
against it. We can respect an opponent
who has tofik-iene manhood to make an
open fight for what he btlievcs lobe
right, and bear defeat, if it comci, like a
nan, but we hold in utter contempt such
ra"n aa the editor of the Argus, who se
cretly work against and circulates false
hoods about nominees whom he publicly
profees to support.
We have frequently lot money on
jb work and advertising, in thia wie:
An individual would order a certain
amount of work dne in which different
parties wer interested and for the pay
ment of which each one was expected to
bear his share and the consequence hat
been that in numerona cava we might
mention, oaly a part of the bill was paid
We will invariaMy hold the person re
pnn-ihle for the entire bill, whn orders
the work done hereafter, a we cannot af
tnrd to hunt up a h ilf d zen persons fur
the purpose of collecting from each one
bin uha.ro Persons ordering work done
must expect to see tha it it is paid for.
The following are the questions pro
pounded by Supt. Pope, at the Teach
era' Examination, held iu Red Cloud
1 What are tbe prime factors of 76? of
2 Find the least common multiple of 1,
2. 3 4. 5. 6, 7, 8, 9.
3 Find the greatest common divisor of
020. 1.116 and 1.48H.
4 Add 817 3-5, 3-7. 10,021-6. 12-34
and 25 6 ol 3 4
4 7x2 2-o
5 How many seres of land in Webster
6 If 25 per cent be gained on flour
when sold at $10. per barrel, what per
cant wnu(d O gained when sold at
$11.60 per barrel.
7 What is tbe difference between the
true and bank discount of $7000, paya
ble in 7 months at 6 per cent?
8 What is the square root of 9856.
9 School district No 79 raised $650 46
by a s x mill tax, what was tha valuation
of that district.
10 A and B each own a ten acre lot.
A's ia square and B'a is twice as long as
it is wide. How much greater length of
fence will B require to enclose bis lot
than A to enclose his?
1 Name tbe five leading cities of Eu
rope and state what they sre noted for.
2 Describe the Rocky Mountain sys
tem. 3 Name the minerals found in the
United States and state in what locality
each is most numerous.
4 Is the earth a planet or a fixed star?
5 How many seasons in tbe frigid
6 Describe England using the follow
ing topics, a Surface, b Climate, o Got
eminent, d Productions, vegetable, ani
mal and mineral.
7 To what race of people do. the in
habitants of Italy belong?
8 Name five animals of tbe torrid
9 State what you can of the position,
extent and production of Australia.
10 Describe tho desert of Sahara, also
the Nile river.
1 Write a complex sentence.
2 Add to the sentence above written,
a prepositional phrase, modifying the
3 What is an infinitive? Give exam
ple. 4 Analyse,
Reside i:a embers red and clear.
Basked, in hi plaid, a mountaineer.
5 Parse clear, bc-ide, backed.
6 Punctuate and correct,
taught by their sire to bend the bow on
a1va duky hills of wind the boys in
childhood chaed the roe and left the
hounds in speed behind.
7 What is a olause?
8 Write the possessive plural and
nominative plural of men, pledges, drssa,
9 What is a conjunctive adverb
10 Explain the difference between u
adverb and a preposition.
1 Locate and describe the vocal chords.
2 Describe the heart.
3 What and where are tbe spinal
4 Name the bono of the ear.
5 What can ym write of the brain,
its rppearanoe, location, etc.
6 What is the situation of the liver?
7 Of what aro bones composed?
8 Describe the structure of the mus
cles. 9 Of what benefit is the study of
physiology in the primary schools?
Broom corn at Hastings is being held
at from $50 to $70 a ton. Farmers are
holding on in prGspect of an advance dur
ing the winter.
QBA3T AT OXaEA.
General Grant arrived at Omaha last
Saturday and was wel-omed by the en
thusiastic populace. The following tele
gram was sent to the Lincoln Journal :
Omaha, Nov. 1. General Grant ar
rived on special train at 2:20 this after
noon. He was warmly greeted all along
the route m Nebraska, making several
short speeches. A ccnriiittee, c impaled
of the council and a few citizens met him
at Grand lt-lind. The building were
lavishly decorated, and the procession
which escorted him from tbe depot to
Capitol Hill, was large and well appointed.
An arch, fifty feet high, .across Faniham
afreet, was one of the feature. A crowd
of at least 7000 followed the procession
from the depot to the speaktnt: atan 1 on
Capitol Hill. Thirty eight shots from a
battery on the hill, every whistle going,
and anvils of the city shouting out "we!
ooaie." Mrs. Grant rode w.th Mrs.Gea.
Crook, while the guest rode behind a
four-io hand, wih Governor Nance a d
Mayor Okaae. other dignitaries following.
Gov. Naaoe extended a welcome ic a
The following are the oScial reterna
from the election as accurate aa we hare
been able ti get ihctn. Harmony pre
cisct is yet to hear fmm
D CLOUD PRRCINCT.
E-r eounty clerk; Tulleys. 221, Garher. j
155. For Sheriff: J. W. Warren. 2.
A.J Renncker. P.8. Fornrerintendef
public instruction; Pore, 15S: Reiliv. 220
For treaetirer, judce. coroner, aurteynr
and eomriii?nner. no oppngWon.
For juica of the pee in Ked Ploud
preeinc. Hawley rec-ived 127 A Kaley.
128. Turner. 121 Hawley and Kaley
elected Scort received 222 vrte fur a
sfssor, which elected him. W B Go. id
and Geo Renf.-r were elected constable.
Total vote of the precinct. 3S2.
Inavale prrcinct polled 52 votes fr
Tulleys. 19 for Garher. for clerk. 51 for
Pope nd 23 for Rcilly for county super
Walnut Creek nrecinc' atve. f fo' Gar.
Iter and 41 forTuUey. 25 vote, for Pope
for xupenn'endent and 20 for ltillv.
Glerw.vnl. 5 f-r I'arher and 44 for Tul
leys. F'r Pope, 25. for Heillv ri.
Ba'in 11 fnrOarhe and 44 for Tul
ieys. 25 for Pop ami 30 fo' KeiW
Pheasant Hill. 15 for Gar'rand 42 fr
Tnlleya. 17 for Pp and 35 fnr Rillr.
Elm Creek, 2 for Gather and 40 for
Tnlleya. 34 for Pope mJ 8 for Keilly.
Potsdam. 19 for Guber and go, for Tu
ley. 93 for Porw and 9 for Heilly.
Guide Rnck. 33 for Garher ant 112 for
Tulleys. 120 for Pope and 90 for Keilly
Oak Crtek eavc 66 votes fur Tnllevs
and none for G4rber. 41 fir Pope and
and 20 fir Reilly.
Stillwater, 63 for Tulleys. 42 for Pope
and 21 for Keilly.
It will be nnticd that in the above
wo have given the vote for the offieer
when there was oppobiug candidate:!, the
candida'es who lad no oppo.-ition of
course received a full vote.
The total number of votes cist in the
county M ....about I 200
Tulleys' majority anout G0o
Pope's majority about 200
Maplk Grovr Farm.
Nov 3, 1879 j
Mr Editor: We have about finished
our fall work except com huking, and
every farmer that has any corn to hu-k
is nuw at it in earnest, and some of them
are about done foi this year. W. J
Nnrria will 6nish huking this week. He
has sold his firm and will move to Red
Cloud in a few weeks snd go into bui-
nesa there, so am told. Corn will not
turn out over 40 bushels to the aore at
best. I have finished my thrashing and
have the largest straw stack on the south
side of the river. I have CO acres of
wheat and al.out 5 acre of japanees
straw in it, in all about 30 tons. My
spritig wheat averaged 8 bushels and fall
wheat, ibout 4 bushels to the acre. Part
of uiy japanees went 30 bushels to the
acre and some 25 bushels. I have in all
140 bushels of the seed. My Dodie
spring wheat was the bet spring wheat
in this part of the country. Grass wheat
is about run out here and there will be
but little sown Bxt spring Fall wheat
looks well and bids fair for a good crop
A great many emigrants pass here from
5 to 20 teams daily 1 have just finished
a large barn, 28x42 feet, native brick.
(od) to be used as a ranch ham soon I
have raided a fine specimen of the impe
rial sugar beet of which I will send you a
few, and I think the sugar beet can he
rai-ed with good results in this country.
They yield good and arc splendid for ta
blc use. besideb being good far stock,
Nothing more. V. S. Helveun.
ssTTura pabu mss.
That no one may have excuse for igno
rant ly burning up the cou tr with prai
ria fires, we publish tbe law in regard to
Sxc. 62 If any person or pervns shall
willfully and intentionally, or negligently
and carelcshly, set ou fire, or ciuso to be
set on fire, any woods, prairies, or othir
grounds whatsoever, in any part of thif
-tate, it shall be deemed a misdemeanor;
and every pvrenn so offending shtll be
punished by a fine of not less than five
dolUrs, nor more than ne hundred dol
lart, and by imprisonment in the county
jail for not less than one month nor more
than .-ix month'): Provided That thi
section shall not extend to any person
who shall set on fire, or cause to he set on
fiie, any woods or prairies adjoining his
or her own farm, plantation, fi.:!d nr en
closure, for the nece-siry pr$f-prvfitinn
thereof from accident by fire between the
firht day of March a d the la-t day of No
vember, by giviog to his or her neighbor-
two days twice of men intenti -n; pro
vided. a'so. that ton section -hall not be
ennstrurd to take away any civil remedy,
which any person may be entitled to, fir
any injury which m y be one or received
in consequent thereof.
PAY THE PinfTEaT"
Life h too short to have the labor of
weeks, months and uven years, standing
out in accounts which arc genet al'y paid
when all other hills are settled, and when
no other possible use for money can be
found; and then it tray be too much
troubl to walk up to the office and have
the account looked up such accounts are
hanging to newsnaper offices the world
over. It is a mistake to think that edi
tors don't have bills to pay they gener
ally have more to pay than is convenient.
Don't let a man die when you know yoa
owe him a few dollars on subscription,
before calling tn settle his report might
have a bad effect on year standing in the
higher eourts of the next w-irld ; in fact
he might make a case out against you in
which a nolle prosqui could not be en
tered, and 'demurs and motions to quash
would be of no avail. When a man has
to stand off his creditors, when he ca not
collect money due him, he loses confi
dence in his fellow men; to do that is to
bankrupt his stock of religion; when that
is gone the majority of the peaple are un
der the impreasion that there should
seme one, who has more Godliness h mg
ing to his garments take his place. Pay
the printer. The world will seena bright
en you wi I be happier; yoa will have
more true frieada one sore at least
aad the fatare will hare u terrors fot
C. E. Calleoder, of ib Sna af Mce
& Cslleoder of Cuwlca, ca'led o to way.
Ifccirr'j Xeat Xarta.
I the idacc to get all kind of freah and
alt meat. por. sauae, head chee-.
!ivtr MMsge, bologna, piultry. lard, Ac
F. J. MosutK.
Red Cluud, Neb.
STATKMKXT UXDKK OATH.
To Whom it Mav Concern In the
year JS75 I rct-d with Kendalls .p
vin Cure a boie epavin of Mjreral irnnth
tfrnwth, t.tar'y half a urce a a hcn'
eirg. and completely -tupped the Uuje
ne-s and removed the enJsrz'Mienf. I
liav worked the hnra ever -inc very i
hard Mnci and be never ba btvn lame..
nor could I cvit so and ditF-rence in ihe '
ire of ibe hock j.iiois .s:nc I treated
iiiiu iiu ienuii . rptvin i ure.
R .A G.MNKS.
Enoburgh Fall-, Vt , Feb 25 2i'.9.
Sworn and -uti-rnld to before rne
this 25th day of Kobrmry, u Is79.
John G Jln.se.
C F. Goodman. A,:eRt, Ouiahi. Ne
brska 3 if.
It is TJselcrj.
Trv'n? m buy rnodcbeaicr than Lll)
nY will t- von i- mil- rime ej,cnt in no
purpose. Von can't do it tf
?307m& TO. "
Wp hnve leen oiintilvd hr the It'nnm.
ington land oflic wi'h ttw ne'-sir'' J
blank f'r tin1 it? apiliitiin- for finil.
prrif. and will fill nut and forward for'
those w o wi-h us tn dn m. free of
charre. 011 at the CiiiEr office.
Exn'ricrrnd ranve-ser winded foi
Wels'er and Fianklin countie-. Hap
e ance tn make uion-v Sm-ill cioital
nnlv lequirtd. G A Hrow.v.
1- lied Cloud.
f'andieb of all kinds, vor nic. ai
Ruby'a. i if
RilU rf mi inH fiTiv other blaiik
fr sale at tlic CllIKK nffii-e at ea-tern
Teichers ijontrac'" cin be had bv
calling on ite or bv filing at the ClIIKF
offictj. Red Cloud Neh
A A. I'orK. Co. Supt.
All blank- used bv jiitiv nT the
peace are fur Kale at the CHIEF office, at
Brick! Brick!! Brick Hf
Burinnn hive juH burned a kiln nf
about JOO.000 Iriek at iheir yard on the
crek just nnrthca-t of town Thee
hiick nre of the best qualitv and will be
wild at tho lowest miirket price. Call at
their yard when vou are in need of brick
and he convinced that it will be t vour
interest to deal with them. 9-21
RIank warrantee decdj for sale at the
- Cigars, the best brands, five and ten
cent', at Ruby's.
Town plats for sale at the CHIEF of
You cin Saye Money by buving voar
tfoodsfrom LI DDV.
THEY SEAT ALL OTHERS 1
A larire assurtnient nf tli! celebrated
Selx' Chicago Hand made Roots & Shoe-,
every pair warranted, just received and
for sale only by LIDUY.
All kinds of blanks fur sale at the
Wanted: To trade In'-nos for two
thousand bu-huls of corn, at the "Boss"
llif A. J. Ren.nkcker.
All who are in dancer of fire from de
feenvf flues ami stove tdpe-.cal' at Much
ell & Mnrhart's and get Peck's Patent
Chattel mortg4ge blanks for sale at
The People's Brick Yard.
Mr. W H. liudiow is now prepared to
furnish bricV to all parties who want them
at a reasonable price, froiu hi- brickyard
jiiHt north of town. Hi-brick are tnide
from tbe native r.'ay as it i dug from the
bank, no sind or c'ay i-nddiiii. and they
are of better quality than any heretofore
made in this country, and are fully equal
toi-ny made in the -tate. 3ui3
RIank leases for -a!e at tho CHIEF
Pitted Plums the best is the market
W a are triad to !irn since the Red
Cloud tnillo have been furni-hed with .
nptr niichini'ry thev are eainine a renu j
tatinn uch an -nn he Ind nn'v by maki'i? i
a superior article ol flour The Ited
Cloud market i- demning the tVxf and
the lied Cloud mills are responding nobly
to the eikll.
John G. Potter h:is the largest Mock
of udiea' pod3. readv made c'oihitis:
and everyibine in that lin in theomnty.
and invites the pubic to call and ex
amine goods and rics before purchasing
el-ewhere.a he feels ure he can auit all
ily entire stacicf Boss, SJaiieas, Wall
paper, Wiaiox-shaiisg. Sa. Also a wail
paper trimmer. amrle-ra& ani shsw case.
9:f If. B. McKITT.
That the Lintet, Chepest and Bet
stock of Groceries you will alwavs find at
California Fruit at Rohy'a.
Old style Darham and Chuhhy mok
ing tobacco for f-ale by W. B. Koby.
For fair and square dealing you will
find it to your advantage to trade; trirh
Pitted Cherries a very nice article,
for sale at Roby'a.
BOOTS LSV SH023
At John G. Hnttet's for everybody
who has tle sprndulia to pay the very
low price which he is now selling for.
Don't fail tn call and look at his good in
this line, a he keep the very hot quali
ty of hand made goods at prices to suit
LIDDr w filing Shoe at prices that
will astonish yon. Call and see them, tf
Notic is hereby gtveeutaMl will axawdBe
all persons who asay aWirw ta tt themselrssi
m eaadidatea for tayMJieia ot the rHatary or
eoeasbo aeheU f aVbeter eoaaty. t R4
Qoad oa the first tiataraay t easA aoatk at
A.. A. Pom. Co.. Sa?i.-
Finml Proof Notices.
UaH Ct at omiaMtaa) . Oft. rKa. Tt.
KoJr to 9Thy tiwa thai ! Mtcvlsff
5il -rct in -aM-ort cf fei r'Uw e-l J
earr losl tstrr lhrrn ' ti ipir ua 5
isjT-iy iro ia 4l o uti ftvltr Tt
J I'XftM.j. vf MTet,f r 'J. .b, for lb
n.tn- ib Illurie at itn . i Ora
A. FVb of hi 6 u in. 4b4 PneiM A. Uiu
-f la rrtea.
sorJtct g. W. SWITZKIL Rltrr
LuJ Sc t IHocainctao. to. Oct. ZH. 7y.
NoticS ts Wt tiTn tht lb (lto.tr
nra4 tt!r bu il-f oo!l of hit iBtQtt ja to
mke Sal proof ( pit r port of hn clila, j:4
cur 0bI biit tbtrf xi tfc oirrtio& f
th rty d fron tb itir of ini di'k tt.
Jobn Yno of U"i'. Nn. fir tb ath t
jOArtr k 2 U-m I north of ra 1 rt. J
n'o tbo folli.winj u hla "ilatt'rt. ,tu
Sti.n r Al.i.Bl.r Mf yrH. X'.k W.i.. h.
Jl. of VU,.Nb-n'i Klrjr Pn,t.'w,l ,.N,h.
-. n.sl it.ii. Ucittr.
LnJ OCc t Blooaiai too Nb O-t. Z7th "9
N'!ice It berrbr nta thl tb fi.!m
Rarest ttltr hv Sl-1 nottc o' hit lnlet,aa U.
mk- fi t jriK'l id apt-rt of bi clttc. u-l
nv-irSail rtHTf thrrcof t tb etpirtia f
thtrtr 'Ujrt frora th 4t f lhi ontl'o tix
U ftltrr O. UVIv. of l(-t Clot, J. WrbM'f Mto
ty Kbrlr. f-ir tbr foithr.,l iurter f xsj It
town 1 north f ror 11 t. H't nio thr f t-l-ii"luhliiilo
f , rtj; (iiwr Maiafticlfif
U'tUtrr count) Nb . illi-r MKU1I f VVeUir
cantr Nrb an-l Orlinlo H'iktft vf Wbtor
o-tn'ir.7 S. W.sWlTZKR.Rf.tfr.
l.nl Oj8c at Klnomir.rtna Neb. Sept rub T9.
S'otice i brb stra tht the fUoinc
nttar.1 'rMlf r h fit t hnticr nf hr tntrutlna In
to vfi"al I ruof in uip.ir of br clkira. and
vir Siil tntry tbrruf at th iMriea
of thirty tr Iron, thilatof thi o-tK tt
Anrelin WwU..liw nf Ktr.l II INwIrj
of 'rrtr (N,n,,tjr. NrbrxiV. for Ihf northwrtt
ijttrtrf of i-2. IS t n 4 ri-" V ii, ami niN
th fi tin a hrr witn is ili; Jml'trr.
L'h lUwtrj AuMr Itctllr aal Jo.pb Hu ick
all "f tter coun'T Crhrik.
ocl3C"nnr.7 M W. SW'I T.KK. Itt.btrr.
iaml OSce t Hlo'ininrton Kfb 0-i. th. litt.
NotiT t hrrrbv jirtn lht the f-iHine
namlrttUr i fiVl n,itirnf hu intonticn t
iuik li'tal rut in ipiort ol hi el itu, ml
r-uf final entry lhrrof 1 thr r(iirtiia of
tbrty ily trnra thrltr nf thi notice t
Xavie t.nl'rtff. f r th north aji n.artrr
tiO'i 2 town I r-ce 12 wet, ami tiiun h
fnll'iwinir bit witn'r tu J'ih KaPntle
of W-h-w county Neb. ani SiIm 8. Well
of Vbt r county Sr h'
octlfl.iorM .S. W SATTZKR Rtnlrr.
Lati-I Offieo at HKitoii.cton N-b Oct. 6tb. fC?.
No ice it bcrebj f Ten that lh f illnwinc
ium?il ettlrr tia filrt nficr of hi mt-r.tmn to
uikc final nof in urp"f I of hi claim, an t r
care final cii.ry thereof at lh cipiratio of
thirty il from th 'lite of thi nti . i:
Franklin It L -..narl of Itc I fl i i. rf,b.tcr
c umy Nb.. for th rt 'J o' ..lutric'! ' of
i-cton3J t'wr.nip 1 notth of rne 11 (til ant
r.amt thr full-. wmr i hl itii ril l rii
S Heir ranfKeirintii NH .!! Williin T
kViUon ol lie i Clou i. rmk i.
octliinoUt .-. W SWirZER. R-riifr.
Laud Otfire at iiHiniinKbin Nfb. tict. Xth. llT9.
Ncti'e i hrrb given that the folinwin
nimci settler hxn blr 1 notice of hi. intention tc
ta ke fioal rro f in uiior of h! cilia, anil e
cure final rntry there tat theeipiratioo of thirty
day frutn theil te of tht notie. rit
t-lititx-th Heberly. wi.inw tf llenjamin S.
iteberly. of (JuiJe Knck. Neb.. fr thr northwest
quarter of (ie.. 31 town 1 n"rth of rnr 9 we t,
ml names lh-tnlluwtnc a her witneMe. rix:
l.aei llebbrrly of 2uid Rock. Neb. and Frank
Wither f Ouile Hook. Neb.
oct!6novl3 8. W. SWIT7.KK. Iteeuter.
Laud Office at flnominjton Neb. Sept CTth 1K79.
Notice it hereby itiTen that the f-dlnming
named settler ha file-1 notice of hit intention to
make fin.nl proof in support nf his claim, and
secure final entry thereol at the ripiratiou of
thirty da from the dato of this notice, rit:
Isiac li, Ilutnmel of WeMr county. JVeb .
for the wet H nrthw-it ' sec 12 town. 1 rant
II wcji. and name the f llnwinshiswit-es-es.
ii' A-drew iarlock of Webiter county. A'eb..
and Nicholea Hanay of Webster ouniy. Neb.
oct!6novl.1 S. W. 8 ITiaa. Hegisler.
Land Office at HIoomen;ton Neb. Ot 11th T9.
Ni'ic- i- uofrb .lun tbt tho f.lonr-c
nutnel settler haa fi'cd notice of his intention to
tuk finnl priot in rnpprt of hi clui-n. and
ecurc fial entry th-re,.f nt the epi'etinn of
thirty dji "roiu tho d tc of thi notice, vit
Charles F. W Kr-tuseof Vebter county Neb.
for toe northeast quarter of sec 10 town 3 north
of rai-f e 11 l. and nUM the follnwinc as his
itnesr rix: John Werner of Webster county.
Neb nd Henry Oe'ke of Webtrr Oiiunf-. Neb
octlrinovlS S. W. SWITZKR. Kegis-er
iand Office at Bloomington Neb Oct. 23th. 1T9.
Notice is hereby given thai the following
named settler ha filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in supinirt of his rUira. and
secure final entry thereof at the expiration of
thirty dars from the dte of this notice, vis:
William C. Maxwell of Red Cloud. Webster
count-. Neb,, for ihe Lots 2 and 3 and south !j
ntlit'ln rthintli southeast i of e tinn
town 1 ranee II west, an I n ma the following aa
hi witnevies. vis: Oliver McOall ol Red Cloud.
Neb. a d David Di igeeof Rei 'loud Neb.
Olfinnvl3 8. Vf. SWITZKR, Register.
Land Ofiee at niooraing ton Neb. Oct. 14th. "79.
Notice is hereby given thai the folinwin
nimed settler ha filed notice ol his intention o
make final moof in -apport of hi clim. and
secure final entry thereof at the etptratinn of
thirty days from the date of this notice, via:
L"cy Mattson of webnercnuntv. Neb., for Ihe
northess' quirter of sec. 12 town t north rang- 12
we-t and n:ns the 'ollowi ig a hi -vilne se.
vis: Spencer Alex inder webter county. Nab
and ,Imrs Spicnell of w-l.ter ciuntr Neb.
octI6uovl3 S. W. SWITZKR. Kegi ter.
Land Office at Bloomington Neb. Oct. 14th. 1K79.
Notice is hereby given that tbe following
named aetiler hv filet notioi of hi indention to
make final proof in support of hi c'atm.and se
cure final entry thereof at the expiration of
thirty d.iys from the dnte of thi nn'iee. vij:
William Moo.ly of Thomville N;b . for the
norttiwe t quarter of -c 12 town 3 north range 9
weit. and noines the fullowinc a hi witnesses,
vn: Willia-n lle.ch.tmnf Hoachmville. Neb.
and Jime Beacbam of Uearha'ivillr, Neb
o:tl6noyU 8. W. aWiTZKK, Reg.ster.
Land Office at Rloomington Neb. Oct "f'th. 1T9.
Notice is hernby given that the following
named neltler h fi'e I notice of hi intention to
make final proof in support of hi claim, and
fcurc final e try th-reof at tbe expiration of
thirty das from thedte of this notice, vix:
.-seth Alger or We ster eounty. NebraVa. for
the northeast qu irter ot ec.8 town 2 nor h range
10 est, and name the folio ing as his witneses
vix: Henry WcCune of Webster county Neb.and
rii ward MrCun of We'jter county. Neb.
octSnora S.'W. SWITZKlt, Register.
Land Office at Bloomington. Nek. Oct VOth. It79.
Notice is hereby given that the following
name I settler hare filed noticf int ntion to
m.ike final proof in sapport of hu claim and
secure final entry the-eot a- t.e eipirntiou of
thirty ivs from the date of this notice, vix-
Leroy I. Ms field of Webter cunty. Neb.
for the southeast quarter ofseo 2i tiwn 3 north
range? west, ani name tbe following a bi
wito'ues. vit: II .ratio K. Aikiu m ot rF bster
county. Nebraska, and James W. Atkimou of
weoier county. .Vebraska. .
occSuorJO -s- . a VtlTZER. Register.
Land "ffico at iilooin:atlon Neb. Oct. 7th. 1ST9.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settle has filed noti-e of hii mtenuon to
make final proot in support of bis claim, and
ecu-e final entry thereof at the expiration of
th rty Jays fro:n the dt-oft'lis nctiee.vix:
Jam -s ll. Ferman of Re.1 Cloud. Webster Co.
Nei.. for tbe south -.uihej.i '. nortneaat I.
southeast '. s mtbest ' northe?t , of sec. 24
town 1 north range 10 w st, and nmei the fil
luwingiis hia witoease. vix: Lewis W att ot Red
i load. Neor ska. and Henry Wichmann of Red
Cloud. Nebraska. .. .
oet3a -t20 S, W. Ewitxxb. RegisUr.
D- T. THOMAS
SHELF .TARE AND
f all kiads.
Highest Market Price
paid for country
J. C. FARLEY,
ru a r j
A fall opply of
SCHOOL HOOKS. fcTATlONKKY.
WALL 1KR, Ae.
l'trrocr lieiled ! tbaakfatly r-iTed
srl'rtrtf.uti rarrfally cB9-aciJJ"a
Ooe door outh of lUnk.
RKD CUlU) NKB.
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prop.
Cre.Ml Hran Chrppl redd
Vi.it the KedTloeJ Orwerr. Fce.1 sod Pro
vi.ioti store when you waa tcj p.lea (ar uaa at
llicheit tn'kt pri'e ia cash pip for grate
Mi kinJ ofruuDtry iro-lac. tiken so eichsege
forguod ( odl delivered to all parts if town
freo of charge.
Store south of Reed's flow Factory.
C0I7.ES., C00DMA5 & CO.,
or all httU.
They sell CIIKP Tor CAS't. aad if th.y
ha e nr. what yon want, leave jonr
order and th.y will fill tu
CAT.!. ON TUKM
One door north of Oarber's. aud ilr. HOI.COM R
will wait ou you. srrltf
RKD C! OUI"). NKH.
is now OTcrfl'jwiaf witk
Cups tud M;tiicerv
Vases, &c, Rich and Rare.
HLA.NK BOOKS, PAl'Ktt, and
The BEST 5 and in cent CIUAR9.
SMOKING & CHEWING TOBACCO.
Ganeral Ant for 'he ale f the Grtai
and l'uiular Ucmetly -if the age
SURE CURE CATARRE.
This simple and innrcnt t tardy h
t'urn relief in a very ahnrt time to many
uffi rine froTi ihi tfrrib'e dieie R -lievfn
cnralcia and Nrv'iua headachr
in a few tninuiea.
Js To Dpal.T3 apwal ratea are girtn
ie the pale of lhn valuable retne.ly.
R. D YEISER,
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
Firtt door south of Ar cSee.
IVToon & Callender
Drags Motion, "Etc.
Ai fall liat of
Boots 1 Shoes,
aits. Op. .
aarCssMtrr rlm takes ta
raasto. Oic u a esUl.
Xooa & Callender.
PFRKUVS dk MITCHELL-'B
RED CLOUD GROCERY STORE !
! STAPLE AND FANCY CROCERIES.
Our ,tol ar lrtla ic ety tfftt, aoJ ta:.oJ tht i r-.As 4
trtaJ. AH ca(7at at th kl oul) rcr, ad s t
The Lowest Living Rates.
And wc hope to merit the increasing patronage
which is being bestowed upon us. Buy
your groceries at a
G E N ERAL CROC 1 R V S T O R E.
Hthf Mtaei's st'r. R4 UJ
We kep CounaUntljr Oa Hand A Fall
Shoes. Glassware, Qeansware and
Wc buy our goods for CASH, and defy com-
petion. When in town give us a call.
One door south of Post Oilice.
Rod Cloud, - - Nebraska.
M1TCI1KCI. A nOttllAUT, Propa.
Wc keep on hand at all times, a large and com
plete stock ol Hard-ware.
Wc also keep a aupply of
Give us a call, as wc feel sure wc can suit you
in quality and price
Remember the place, opposite die Chief Office,
Red Cloud Neb.
Groceries, Queensware, and
Fall & Winter CLOTHING
A large lot of JSOOTtt fc MIIOEft, k aU aft;
ift at a eaU, erary tLiaf aoW at
SjaaassMsssWssss? ' ' ' "T"afc
ItatTZamttmie&OxcslLTuUTziemL Ubexxl Terms to tU 7aIc-
Jon't buy until vou hav &, the lightwt running mMtWw in
th Worfd, Iks Zyr Rclimb! "VICTOR"
VICTOK SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,
HOW; C4MUC. sas4 Vak It aMsl set ---- Aa. CaUCAOa. XLt.
FOR 8ALE BY
Mitchell & Morhart. ed Cloud-
Perkins ir Mitchell.
J L Mtata.
all aiwoa or
BOTTOM I'rwa for CASH.
J C POTTER-
OOstPfJCITYl OlfPElWBITY f I
OfKPUFlEO O MAlKTAiXEll
tafrmicats Snpflerf 1878!
ner r-rrJ l-r tit -, f rs
Kct-wtlbaUatlirg ilm X1CIOU bws Uz "
&ATrtcf asjsncU& fa lt fexkt- a Ut i
fhcllos. aaj a!tosIr a. i2rt C--
UfOUn. nf uas' ifii-z. I '
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by ilmrh-.. sx4 cALtrt.
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