The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, April 08, 1880, Image 4
rsv. "ifr j - -ST.-- i -i? .- fiv' " ' "" " "i-VS ' - SfcJT -t.,. 4 fU -5 a!p r- THE CHIEF. LOCAL MATTERS. Het out yoar fishing ttckle. New jroods at Mix Fowler's. Jsapcrial arista, at Roby's, Lard wasted oa nlaariptioa. Oo to Mrs. Fowler's for nniiaery goods. , Trinied bits for 50 cents, at Mr. Luxe. Ind to teat, at Cowles, call at Cbiif office. The nobbiest gammer bats, at Mra, fowler's. Corn for sale, at Cowles, apply at this office. California canned fruit at Roby's, for 35 cts. per can. Town election pasted off very quietly, Tuesday. Holy fells bead light oil, for 25 cent rer gallon. BarLuai'a mammoth circus will be in Kebratta in July. Only 41 votes were cast at lb town election last Tuesday. W. B. Roby has just received soothes lot of FKtfiii garden need. If you want a "love of a bonset," go to Mrs. Fowler's millinery atore. Potatoes wanted on subscription bring 'eaa along, and don't yen forget it. If Roby can't ive you satisfaction in the choice grocery line you need not look further. An average of about 20 "prairie schoo ners' a day para through to wo oo their vray to the frontier. Our Guide Rock correspondent dished up a column fur tho benefit of our read era, this week. Persons wishing to purchase farms iaJ this county, would do well to write to the editor of the Chief. Mim Kdiih Smith, dibect from the east, and an experienced trimmer, is in the employ of Mrs. Lata. We understand that Rev. Geo. Bent will soon commeuoo the erection of a new residence, near Mr. Koby's. The Rev. Geo. 0. Yeiaer is to prescb at the court house, in Red Cloud, next Sunday morning and evening. Sbcrer is building a residence oo the lack end of his lot, faoeing the street on tho north. He proposes to live close to Lis business. The game of base ball last Saturday between the Red Cloud hoys and the boys from Cowles, resulted in a victoiy for the Red Cloud boys. The circulation of the Chief has nearly doubled in the last six mouths, and we can now show the largest circulation of any paper in the valley. Last Monday about 4 o'clock the wind suddenly blew cold from tho north, and tboocvrho had fondly looked for rain soon, wero again doomed to dhappoint lueuc .Note makers should understand that the U. S. Supreme Court has decided that where the figure 7 is printed on a note, as 187, and an 8 is made with a pen on the priuted 7, it is not valid. The following gentlemen wero elected to 611 the honorable and lucrative (?) posi tion of town trustees, at the election Tues day: R. D. Jones, J. R. Willcox, B. Holcomb, W. WhiUon and Lou Albright. Wilkinson, the man who murdered young Richardson in Bloomington last February, was sentenced by Judge Gaslin to tho penitentiary for life. The verdict of the jury was murder in the second de gree. flbe divorce laws of Indiana will excuse a wife for throwing a teapot at her hus band aocross the table, but if she strikes Kis pet dog with a bootjack hho is laid out cooler than a wedgo on the question of alimony. Mr, Magee returned from his visit to the east last Saturday, somewhat improv ed in health, although he is far from being 8troogyet. Neuralgia holds ob to a man like the king of terrors to a de funct African. Last Thursday our sheriff arrested s mao who is supposed to be the person for whom $100 reward was offered by the marshal of Dowus, Kans. He had ob tained gooda by false representation, and was skipping out. Nearly everybody ia town is building caves places of refuge "'arks of safety" to flee to when the gentle sephyra get up ' and bowl, and yet this country is oo More subject to distruotive tornados than any other part of the "heritage." Mr. H. C. Allen of Sutton, and s first rate harness maker, was in tows last week. He was en bis way to Kansas where he intends to go into the -harness making banness. Anyone wishing to employ a good workman would do well to try Mr. Allen. Mr. E. H. Jones, bur efficient county treasurer has moved his family to tows sad will eajoy life in the metropolis of the valley for a while. Mr. Jones is a worthy aad oonctentious officer and a good eithtea, and with his family is quite aa acquisition to the society of Red Cloud. Smith Bros. & Thompson, have put in a new time lock, fire aad burglar proof safe. We would about as soon under take to abstract a little wealth from the newspaper bustBasa aa to undertake to abstract it from that cafe, even though we had a week to do it in. The safe coat about a thousand dollars. A eeaple of nobby Ettle sigas adorn the freat af Mr. Sherwood's store ea the cor aer. We ara glad to aotathat the basi- bsu of the" "City Store" k eoastaatly ia creaeiag, aad people are begisaiag to find eat that waea'they waat the best quality of gasas at low prime, it is to their la ter to oatt oa Mr. Sherwood. 1W Arm asaa would fiua auks the imbfit Mean (bat the editor of the Cshbf m as a jafc arieter. The editor tf tfca $USr jka Mrer laid daia to say aaetjsaaar, baTl ?? ia hie p4oy c af thebattiekpfiasfsiB th stats, al ftaVaajeW, aa'tto worsta tt daily Theseheol meeda at the sshool hoaae hut sieadsy was a taase affair, ao battoe holisg, ao striviag for the lucrative pon tic of Moderator BBd no hair pallbg. R. Mi'chell was cbnesa as moderator, aad a tax ef 10 villa was voted aa a bsildiac faad, which, with the tax that was voted for the other purposes makes a total of about 20 mills for school purposes in the district. 51 m Charlotte Webber, living 4 miles northeast of town, underwent a very painful operation hut week. Two years ago she waa thrown from a horse, an ankle joint was badly fractured, and the result is that she has been rendered a cripple ever since. Dr. Mocns, assisted by Dr. Elliott removed considerable dead bone from the limb, she it now doing well and in a (rood shape to lay aside her cratches, which she tbas used for two years. Last week Eugene Dough t and AL Suttoo were arretted oo the charge of burclarly, it being supposed that they were the parties who broke into and rob bed the Red Good post-office ob the night of September 29th, 1879. They had a preliminary examination before J. R, Willcox, United States Commissioner at this place, and their bail fixed at $1,250 each, which they could not give, and were taken to Lincoln by Deputy U. 3. Marshal Wright for safe keeping, to await the May term of United States Court io Omaha. The principal witness against the prisioners u a young woman of easy virtue, Ada Conway by name, who it seems were on ioltmate terms with the boys, and bad at a time shortly after the robbery, taken care of a considerable amount of money for the boys, and who finally gave them away. At the prelimi nary examination she appeared to be in great fear of "Gene," who, she said, bad repeatedly threatened to kill her. The prisioners were represented in the prelimi nary examination by . C. Hawley and 0. C. Cass, while the prosecution was conducted by U. 8, District Attorney G. M. Lambcrston. The case looks pretty dark for the boys charged with the crime of robbing Uncle Sam's mail. aasa as i Married On the 18th day of March, 1880, by Rev. J. T. Miloer, at his resi dence. Mr. John W. Fetz, and Miss HarretE. Milncr, youngest dauehtcr of the officiating clergyman, all of Web ster county, Neb. A big rush at Pryse & Ewing's Photo graph Gallery why? because they have one of the beat artist in this part of tbe county to operato for them. Prysr a Ewmo, Red Cloud, Neb. INAVALE ITEMS. Inavale, Neb. 1 April 5th. 1880. j Inavale increases a little, a family ha moved in near the post office, and Mr, Olmptcad baa built a "soddy" on his place to accommodate his renter, but the place does not grow as was expected. We bear complaints very often, such as thin, why don't some one start a store heru? or we need a blacksmith hop &c. The fact is there ha been a great mis take made, if the depot had boen locat ed half way between Rrd Cloud and Riverton, and the bridge had been at Rockford, we should have had all these things, and more too, and then perhaps some of those immigrants who this sprint; are seeking homes near some new town, would have stopped here and helped to build up our town. An eastern man was ready, wanting to bring a grist mill here and put it up as poon as the bridge should be located at the ford, but that failed and he would aot come. Also two men havo been here who wanted to put up a building and put in a stock of gooda, but after bavins; looked the situation all over, they have civea rt up. One said he thought the circle of patronage too circumscribed, the station Wing within 41 miles of Riverton, that is the way it looks .to outsiders. Now our only hope is that those people who in their wisdom used their influence in the location of tbe bridge and station, will also use eaid influence in building up a town. If the town should be a success at no distant day, it will prove that they did sot work with a selfish aim, but for the greatest good of the greatest number. We have the assurance of tbe patronage of the Walnut cteckcrs, and that is a boom for the town. Betsey. GUIDE SOCK OOEEESPONDSNCE. Guide Rock, Neb., ) April 3rd, 1880. j Editor Chief: In my last communi cation I stated that, with all the tracks of savage life that was then yet visible, not one of that noble and brave hearted crew turned back. In those days they did not have among them a cruel God, but the God of tbe universe, tbe God of them all, they stood ia tbe aaercy and economy of God, mid way between the Atlantic aud Pacific, and in that zone of the globe from which have 6prung the arm, tbe mind and the oenscience of the human race, who feels that hither the pioneers of Webster county pushed their way, that here they plowed, sowed and harvested; that here they stamped with sinewy arms on plastic, nature images of their heroism and untireing labor; that here they wor shiped in their covered wagons and dug outs fully in the dwellings of iat divinity without the guidance of a preacher. The incidents of their pioaeer life will become a page in history when that book shall be composed of the progress of the civiliza tioa of the American desertf and to relate how quickly those broad prairies unlocked her stores at their commiad, and how apidly the throes of a second birth came apoa all this out laying country, when babtixed by the sweat of their brow. 1 1 was the pioneers and old settlers who io their homespun clothes hickory shirts and bed ticking overalls plowed up these prairies, planted these groves, built these houses they bow live ia, and laid wide aad deep the corner stone of the stalwart civilisatioa that has gTOwa uparound these. I remember well the first furrow ever plowed ia Webster ooaaty, it waa taraed by Governor Garber aad Waa. MeBrida, the Gov. held the plow aad Ma with al the aaavity of a kisg drove the oxea. The first school ever had was aear where Guide Rook bow re pleadeat staada, aai was taught JbyMary KiagaUr, daughter af Was, 8abia. The first post effisa was at Guide Rock, kapt by thai sawfid aad trasty haad A. M. tiH oa earth, as whea the tadaale chiasad ia tkedispeeia af oardarwiaiaa aaeastora, kept the first rate or stepping place. The old settlers kaew of hist, aad it wao't each a ranch either, aa Greely described ja Colorado where the bed hag cease sad looked over the rtgiater te read the gucata Basses to find eat the aaeaber of their rooms. Uacle Jack's reach oo state creek stands ia memory aa the laad mark of pioneer days, aad its winsome boat as the connecting link between red man and pale face. It was at the log store is Red Cloud, kept by Smith Broth era tbst we bought oar first tobacco aad groceries. Aad doyou suppose old settlers, that I bare forgotten bow I drove break iBg team for oae , bear-footed to earn money enough to pay for them. How long the days were. It did seem to me that some modern Joshua commanded tbe run to stand still os many days that I drove that team. Stone bruised feet, tora overalls and sun burnt face, told how pressing were the aeoeasities of the situa tion. Tbe first newspaper was the Red Cloud Ciiikf, now owned and edited by its able editor M. L. Thomas, one of the pioneer settlers. Pioneers and old sett lers reflect back to tbe early days of that paper, bow it struggled and worked against the tide of almost penury aad want How it haa changed bands through almost a generation of editors, and now after al) the hardships it has end used hsve pasted and washed away by the tide of imigration, all who love to cherish the memories of our early settlement will wish it to continue its sew lease of vigor ous life, no matter bow widely they may differ front it in political faith. Here is Captain Munsell, the "Jobo-the-BabtL-t and white chief of the old settlers." I do not say that he lived on grass hoppers and wild honey, but I guess he brought down as many buffalos as any of the boys I almost tblBk that the almighty, ex hausted all bis material in making the captain, for he was always a father to me. The first doctor was Peter Head, and I cannot easily forget his bitter medicine. The personal retrospect would be incom plete were tbe constitutional lawyer John R. Wilcox left out. tbe first lawyer io the county, to sound all the depths of legal lore and open the law laches for the bene fit of his client, sleek and pert as the prairie gopher, he washed in the pool of Blackstone, and drank from the foun tain head of Englands most gifted lawyer. Of tbe first settlers who number the old est dates tro Emanuel Peters, Donald McCallum, Silas Garber, A. M. Talbot, Abraham Garber, Wo. McBride, Joseph Garber, Luther Mick, Albert Lathrop, Sarah Mick and Mrs. Sarah Rich, after which came August Roach, David Heffle baur, William, John and Edwin Parks, then came Wm. E. Jackson, George Taylor, Jacob Kursber, John Farner, Wm. Sabin and Edwin Kellogg. Of the first noblo and brave women to grace the uncivilized soil was Mrs. Catharit e A. Garber, Mrs. Rich, Mrs. McBride and Mrs. Sarah Mick, whose name is more familiarly known as grand-ma, with many otbeis who will be spoken of at some future time. Well friend Argus, you seem to think that I have "sined against myself and against my neighbors, and deservo abnsc for some things I havo said." Do you not think that you have abused me more, were I the personyou tako me to be? I am proud of ono thiog if nothing more, that my creator is higher than a newspaper. Io all you have said and misrepresented in this matter, you seem to have forgot ton this principle Bi$peoca$e in btllo non licet, or io plain englisb, to blunder twice is not allowed io war. Yet with all your blunders you still show fight, and at last make a stand by the comparison of Webs ter county's financial condition with Adams and Buffalo counties. Will you please, through thecolumns of your paper give its few readers the history of Buffalo county's financial standing, that the people may know just how a county gets into a bankrupt condition? And also tell the people what a claim or an account against Webster county is worth at the present time? Your comparison is rather thin and shows bad upon the face of it. Why did you not make tbe comparison with Gage, Jefferson, Thayer, Nuckolls, Franklin, Harlio and Furnace counties? Come, don't cover up but uncover, tell us why you made the comparison you did? Now friend Aryut with all the personal abuse and vulgar slang that a newspaper could belch forth from the pen of its edi tor, you have tried to heap upon one as you supposed to be the writer, for all that I can forgive you, and here ia my laaT, trusting that your soul may be blessed from ou high by the all wise, the all good, and the all divine, and io his goodness make you a wiser if not a better man. Vale, wbese first name is Frank. P. S. In my next communication I hope to be able to give my full name. A nice lot of spring goods, just received at Mrs. Fowler's. Ladies suits, ulsters, circles and under wear, just received at Mrs. Luis'. Mrs. Hovt has beea employed at the fashionable millinery establishment of Mrs. rowler, she is a fret class trimmer and will give you satUfactioa. The Hills of the Gods Grind slow; not so with the mill at the store of Perkiaa & Mitchell, for it will grind a dollar's worth of coffee for you in a little less thaa ao time, aad it grinds it free of charge Take Notice ! All accounts due T. J. Mother, aauat be settled before the first day of May. 1880. Settleaaeat may be made with William Moeher, at the old stand. T. J. Moan. April 5th, 168a 35-tf ' GREENHOUSE -AHI- Time aad Meaey saved ecdaria af aae. I have the largest aad haaf asNee tiea of Pleats ever.affered fee sale ia the west Sweet Petew, Cabbage, aai ether Pleats fiar sale ia thai Address W. J. Uaasaa. Pkttaaaeuta, Neb aaaCatalof aae Free. m Bedding Plants Final Proof Notices. UarfOSea M Ztooattaftea. '. Anil St. 1SW. Node U fetrttr gixra tkt tk fettewie ax4 t$tlr h llri sottc ! lit Imumlle to Mkt Sut! Movfls wpn of hi cliia. m4 ear Saal try tkmoL bfr Jmmm A. Tl lr. data of tk Coart f WWr tnty. at klf oc. la fU doa4. Nb, ea M4a7 Jim lita.IM6. viz: Jtrhs afcCaTtcB, Jr.. f fatkertea. Xeb, HoaMUftd 146 tor th pomth . X. Mrtiaa c town . rue II weu Bsdeuut tb foi'swiu a bU vitsc. V pror roktisutta r4ac up d 'BltiTfttieo of 'aid tract. vis:WlIUa b. Crraaier. acd Gorc P. i thr, of CaiLvtiob. Jb, an4 Vtirr L. iteabtek. ! Kboa Bart lU. of Weil. 5b. ptSi&ajr3. S. W. SWITZRR. lUcirtrr. Laai Otic at l!looalat0B. Nb. April Hk. 1D. Nolle la bareby siren that tbe foltowiae ajB4 MlUer bu died notieof bUintetioa to aake final proof io rapport of bl rUJn. aad teenzt final entnr thereof, pro-.f to be afcla be lor Jam A. Taller. Oci& or tbe Court of WebetercooBty. at hU ofie. la IU4 Cloud. Neb, on HAUnlar. Mar tb. 1&0. rii: Arthur a 1'btlpt. HcBMirad Kntrr 1215. for tbe nortb-l X.&ie. 22. town 2, raajr 10 vert, aad aamee tba folloarlnr at bi wlu-enea. to pror coetisacitu r4tIeBC upon aad caltira tioa of ail tract, ic John Xaeberr. Fraak Cackrill. Cbritopbr Cox. tad Adas Saladaa. all of KedCload. Neb. aprSaarf S. W. S WITZER, KUter. Land Oftc at Lloominlon Keb. March. 29. 1SS0. Nolle U hereby girea that e lollowinc named eettler bae flltxl notice of hi iotcatioB to make final proof ia upj.ort of hu claim, aad fecare final entrr thereof, before the clerk of coart ol rbter -onntr. Kebr.. at th ccanty leat. on Hat unlay the lit day of Mat. 1W, rit : AlomoTubin, on botntitead entry No. 10&2. for the lout b-eait . .Vec t. town i. north T rancell weit. nd name the following at hif witnenee io prore contmaoat reiidence upon and cultivation of f aid tract, eix: Peter II. Sailor. C'barlae Charcbill, H illUra bixboar and William O.Cox. all of Helta. Webitrr roanty. Nebr. aprlaprtSr . W. SWITZEH. ItegirUr. LanJ Ofic at Hloominton. Neb.. March 29. "SO. Notice l hereby ciren that tbe following named tettler hat filed noUce of hU intention to make final proof tn inpport of hU claim, and vecare final entry thereof before the clerlr of court of Wehtter county. Neb., at th couaiy ieat.oxi Friday., April 30th, 1SS0, rix: Sacncel L. Milncr. oa bomeetead entry nan ber 803S. f.r the toith-weit H. Sec. 2R. town 4. north of range 11 weet, and name th following aa hU witneafea. to pror continuous rceidene upon and cuitiralion of taid tract, rix; Mote M. Wilton, Parid Fctz. John W. riU. acd Kturgeon Kerahner.all of Clorerton. rtcbtter county, Nebraika. aprlaprffl 8. W. 8WITZER, Rcgiiter. Land Office at Hloomington Neb. Jarch 29. WO. Notice U hereby given that th following named tettler has filed notice of hU intention to aiake final proof in rapport of bia claim, and e care final entry thereof, before Jarac A. Tul leyt. clerk of the court of Webster connty. at nUoffice in Red Cloud, May 1st. 15W). ri Ivenute Kenutezan.on boiueatead entry num 'jeriOl. for the eaitj. north-west M, and west . north-east Vi. sec. 11, town 3, north ot range 11 west, and name the following aa his wit nesses, to prore continuous residence upon and cultivation of raid tract, vis; Henry Laverty. Cbesler W. Fuller. Mose C. Williamson, and David Kets, all of IJatin. Webster county. Neb. aprlapKS S, W. SWITZHB. Kegjster. Land Office at Zfloomington Neb. March 29, 1840. Notice U hereby given that the following named settler ha filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and ceiver of the U. H. Land Office in Bloomingtoa i'ou., on atmj inn, isou, vis: lleonr W. ltiie. on homestead entry Dumber of range 12 west, and nama the following aa hia wiuicnu. u prove continuous residence upon and cultivition said tract. Tit Chester Dake. John rik. Alli.n T. Avr TC4 V.I..M m:.u all of Riverton, Franklin countv, Nebr. ' anaprf a. w. switzib. Register. Land Office at Bloomington Neb Sfar.2Sth.1S80. Notice is hereby given that the following named settlor has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and secure final entry thereof before Jarnr A. Tal Inys. clrrk of court ia Webster county at hi of fice in Red Cloud Nob., on Saturday, May 3d 1880 vli' Washington W. Harvey. H'd No 43S7. for the north-west quarthr of section 22 twp2 range 12 west, and name the following as hi witnesses to prove continuous residenco on and cultiva tion of said tract, viz: J-.zra H. Jones, Cnnrles Hunter. William A. Reck and William Wilson, all of Inavale Neb. aprlaprS 8. W- SWITZER. Register. Land Office at Bloomington Neb. Jfor. 25th 1830. Notice is hereby riven that the following named settler has filed notice of bis intention to make final proof in support nf hia claim, and secure final entry thereof before Jaincr A. Tul leys, elrrt of tbe court in Webster county at his otfice in Red Lloud Neb., on Monday stay 3d. 181. viz. Krnst Miller, of Blue Hill Neb. HM applica tion 1731. fr the northeast ', sec 11 town 4 range 10 west, and names the following as hi witness es to prove continuous residence on and cultiva tion ot said tract, viz: Ott jWosenten. George Uess. Fredrick Weicbartand William Kort, all of Blue Hill Neb. aprlapr29 8. W. Euitzrb. Register. Land Office at bloomington Neb. Var. ZUi, 18S0. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notioe nf his intention to make final projf in support of hs claim, and se cure final entry therof. before James A.Tulteys (Tlcrk of the Court of Webster county, at his off ice in Red Cloud Neb., on April 23d. 1890. Cbesler L. Brockman.H'd .ipulication 3999. for tho west half of the soatheast quarter and west half northeast quarter of section 22 town 2 range 12 west, and names the folio wicg as his witnesses to prove continuous residence on and celtivation otsaid tract, viz: George IV. Knight Albert C Halo. Ab'alora N. Day, Ezra II. Jones all of Inavale. Nebr, mar25apr22 S. W. SWITZER, Register. Land Office at Bloomington. Neb. Mar. 18th, 80 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler have filed notice of intention to make final proof in rapport nf hi claim and secure final entry thereof before the Register or Receiver of iheU. 8. Land Office at nlooa ington Neb.. on Jonday. April 26. 18S0. Ueorge H. Hpr nger for t he S XA N E i aad JVHS W XA sec. 22 town 4 range 12 wast, and names tho following as his witnesses, viz: James Alexander, Robert Tbarp, Alonzo Tobinand Albert II. Springer all of Wells P. O Neb. mar25apr22 8. W. SWITZER, Re lister. Land Office at Bloomington, Neb. March 15, 1880. Notice is heby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and secure final entry thereof before James A. Tai lors clerk of tbe coart in Webster county, at bis office ia Red Cloud, Neb., oa the 17th day of April. 1SS0. Isaiah Heitsnean. of Guide Roes. Neb., Home stead No. 1379. for th south-west quarter, north west quarter west, southwest quarter and south east quarter, south-west quarter, estion 10, town 3, range 9 west, and name the following a his witnesses, viz: Sbadrach Croxton, John Far mer. Christopher C. Bennett and Jacob JaToBia, all of Cowles, Nebraska. marl8apl5 S. W. SWITZER, Register. Land Office at Bloomington Neb. March 15. 1890. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final prool in support of his claim, aad secure final entry thereof before the Rvgisteer or Receiver at the U. 8. land office in Bloomiag toa Neb., on the 20th day of April. 1890. Jaeob Schunk, of Plae Hill. Nebr., Uometed Jib. 3743. for the northwest quarter, section 31. town 1. range 10, west, and names the following as his witnesses, vie Gotleib Arndt, Frederick Bank. Henry Neihmire and Fred Nebal. all of Blue Hill. Neb. S. W. SWITZER, Regirtw. marlSaprl5 NOTICE T0JTSACHS3S. Notice is hereby girea. that I will xasaio all persons who may desire to offer themselves aa candidates for teachers of the primary or common aeboola of Webster eoantv. at Rd Cload oa the first Saturday ia th a -nth of rebraary, Jfay August and ftovesnber: At Blue Dill oa tbe first Saturday in the months of January, April. July aad October. At Guid Roek oa the fiirst Saturday ia th aoatas of March, June. September and December. Examinations to comaeaee at 9 o'clock a. a, A. A. PoFg. Coaaty Superintendent of Pablte Iastraetiea. Motice to Creditors aOearge Zeiss, Decease! Ia Coaaty Coart, Webster Coaaty, N, Ia the BtaUar of th KaU of Grge Zeiss, deceased. I, C. W. Kaley. Coaaty Jadge of said coaaty. hereby aoUfy all perseas having claias ea th said state, that I have appointed the th day, of May. A. 0. 1890. for the reeeptioa, examiaaUoa aad adjus'aeat of ii claims, aai deaaads aa proviaed by law. at ay osaea ia said Wetr ouBhty, aad all pcrsoas so iatcrattei ia sail wute, will appear at aaid Ua aad plae r withia six aoaih's from th data last abov wnt tea, aad aaly preseat their said claiaa or d maads ia the aaaaer required by law. r show cause for sot so dolag. aad ia ea aav at Mia elalBM shall aot he aiaaaateS withia thaUaaa fixed by thk ceart the sae shall he tsrvrar Iwiisil Nettea b alw aiT that .Sophia L. Zaiat. haa bea daly appoiatad.Adaiairaxrix af th said Mta of Uorg.Zeisa. deeaasad. tiiraa aader ay haad aad sal. ft thaaaM eaaaty oaart OaaawafAsriLA.!).! Ccaary Jade. Crowa Jewell Pateat loar, eaa ahraya be aad at tke word r Chaa. . Pataaaa. The beet ioar ia the valley. So Good Preaching. NoaaeMdeaVagwe4jWwerk, preaea a geaa saraaaa, iryanasan m aWeraBeJieaaocemte a aael artMts i a..Vli- .UkUaad alalL anth 4acgUa araia aad aaHsaey aaarvaa; aad aeaekWmketleeaiBiiasaefc a caadrUwa waaa k eaa ba ao essSy aai cheaply raaiavad by a Intie Usp .Bitters Wal aeaer ia freal variefjr ai Brewaa Ilave jea area tWie aew aats as4 eeae at Neea k Uaeaaer'a. Wiadow hade asd ixtare, at Broaa's ferakere atore. Yor a airlwa) dreea or street hat, raM oa Mra. Fowler, as the baa aceia arcarH tk aerrieeof Mn. II.;, the eel first daa triaaaaer is tba city. Mitchell & Mofbart are ajreet'a for the Victor. Americas aaj Davie aewtsf aaaehiara, in this coaaty. tf Mooa & CalJender have just orvacd a aew crate of Qareaaaare, aa4 also a alee iiae of Glassware. Go aad see the lEseatock of farm tats at Broas's, before purchasis; ele where. A coaiplete Iiae of oroarseats for the hair, J4t aeck Use aod chtldreaa collar, at Mra. Fowler's. Go aad see goods, and price, before bayh-, at Brows' a f archaic aad wall paper atore. New dre socrl! New prinf atylea of print! New dress ginbaaia, at Mooa k Calleoder'a. Chaa. R Patnata has a patent dried beef cotter is hia atore, aad parties who purchase dried beef can hare it already sliced , Mr. Montgomery renlarlr deals oat frcah Bailie te the inuabitanta of Red Cload. Milk delivered every day, Sun days aot excepted. Honey to Za9&&&! upward, straight 10 per cent. No Comtaiatioa. I. H. Coo a as. at th Court iious. ilX Dentiitrr. II. A. Biard will be in hi office, froai the Brat to tbe 7th, of each month. Office next door to tbe Beak, Red Cload. 23 if. CROWN! Not the Crown of Kings nor the Crown of Glory, bat the Crown Sewing Machine, tbe latest, and best machine in the Mar ket, it will pay you to call at the Pot Office and see it before yoa parch asc! For Sale by M. B. McNrrr. Messrs. Fowler & Rawoon will open a branch moat market at the old stand at tho lower end of town, on tbe east aide ot the street, and all kinds of freah and smoked meat, saasages, fowN, and in fact everything in their line that the pab lie may need will be kept constantly on hand. Meats of all kinds will be smoked for parties who deire it, and at very reasonable rates. Give them a trial. cow-tf A niee Iiae of fancy ribboas, at Mra Fowler's. Chaa. E. Putnam has jat received a large invoice of the best gTadcs of coffees, sugars, teas, syrups, canned goods and everything usually kept in a first class grocery store. if SUBSCRIBe"fOR THE OMAHA BEE. THE ANTI-MONOPOLY STATE PAPER OF NEBRASKA, $2 00 PER YEAR. Messrs. Fowler k Rawson, who havo recently purchased tho meat market for merly conducted by Moshcr k Son, have employed Mr. Wm. Moshcr to act in the capacity of salesman, and general mana ger, his experience in the business and tho patipfaciion which he has hitherto civen the public i sufficient guarantee that they will receive in the future as in the fast, the best of satisfaction. tf HONEY TO TO AIT? Money to prove up with on final re ceipt, or on deeded laud at 8 per. cent, and 1-G2 per. cent commiaMon, or at straight 10 per. cent no commission. Jno. R. Willcox. Office next door to Chief office. 30 tf Secure the Shadow ere the Substance Fades. AH who are desirous of having pic tures of themselves ur of their friends or iittleenes, are respectfully informed that Messrs. Pryse k Ewing are now ready to take Photographs. Ferrotypes Ac, in the highest style of tbe art. Also copying and enlarging. Gallery, second door north of Chief office, Red Cloud, Nbb. 30tf Parse k Ewino. IiwSton InrSoodi InrFricn. Cheap, Cheap Cheap! Drras Ooods CHEAP. Shawls CHEAT. Notions CUZAf. CHEAP. Mens & Boys" BMTS a SMOXS, Qan Hats & Caps CHEAP. Ladies & Ghildrens Furs in great variety, cheap. LOTS OF OTHER THUGS Cheap. GEOCOIXS, gtwaariea. 6X0CXKIES Gassy, 7aesas. ArT Corner Store- I . JT. W. Serum. . JO aew- m u la. BM - 2 S Si '3 E 1 I S o 1 kai -I a 8 is as .s g i 2 I S S aaaaa a '" z TaZ a S d Flour & Feed STORE, CHAS. E. FUTXf AX, Prop. DEALER IN FLOUR. FEED Cra. Mtal. Eraa Cfrl f4 GROCERIES, visit ta iuaa4 atttr. Ti fr. Ttsio8st4rSiaTa waaisafi'li tW aaa r aU Ulfataarktt rl ia rasa fala fr crala All kla-ls of coaatrT pr4a tka sa sf)aa (arrixxJs. Uxil ilalirarW U all r-rufuwa ro f chare. Star aasta of IU4's riaw Farterr. Red Cloud, - Nebraska DR SHEREE, Pioprictor of the City Drug Store, AKD BBaLta IM DrugSs Medicines. Paints- Oils and Varnishes. A full tapply of LAMPS, LAMP ariDES, WICKS, COMBS, BRUSHES 4c, ratroaat solicit! aad taaaafall:rlT4. SaVrraaerUoas earauHy emtx6Ja4"a One door south of Garber 'a atore, RED CLOUD NEB. p. e4- z o to - o c 1 or oo 00 o m w4. o 3 a c 3 ?0 Ns o 2 CO W fit 3 O mm e Moon i Callender, )DEAI.mt8 IN( General Merchandise, Dry - GootlN Grocerieii, Boot afc Shoes, HATH AND CAPS. Orns ?IedIciMe, OUh TmrHiliM. Paints Etc. GLASSWARE. QUEEN3WARE. HAHDWAEEHARNESS ETC., ETC, ETC. A fall Hoe of every thisg kept in a geBeral store at the Lowmt Cass Pbicks.- Respectfally, Moon & Callender. COWLES NEB Nimble Six-pence. Geo.W. Dow, -DEALER IX- Groceries L Confectioneries. Ckoic Taas. Cla Saaar e- White Fish L Mackerel. Oiaaa. DriaelaaiCaajwi FrwiU. TafetTa lirrss aad Ciaan. Floar aa-t ai eaa aaaUr oa aaa. ais. BaUar. aa4 WF Taken in Payment. Krarrtaia- warraatW ta aa at '.QTVM Ml A CALL aailwiUaWTMS- bt aaar atti af airaa . Red Cloud, - NeH; HOLCOMB BROS, HA9WAR, afaBka Hay aaH CHjUP sar CAJsL sav at atay are art waa r waa. leave jeer aaataaarwaafaaiC CALL OS THEM JfeaMtVOOiO arrlaf TM Bawasf sbbbb -RED CLOUD. TEB a 9 &w lEiTEliR, vi? -.M lUW. - '-N-A. -s -- . IZS ttiJw aassaaaaw' aaws asaaaMBaasaw' fsBsHssBJsBBaaiasaaV nta-4 ac)caUaa to AaS a Parasa, ta fat XWTl. CBAaa tw nata af las UsMht af CVarr,a W . F. ,H CORE Jeweler, Ktd Cloud, Veh. JOHN C. -DEALER DRY GOODS. Groceries, Qneenswire, and Spring and Summer Clothing, -ALSO A Itirse !! t HOTKI AflllOlall. Imtee CAPA, afkt?., lie. fATGive ass a call, every ttf otd at BOTTOM Price fer CASH. J C POTTER Red Cloud, - Nebraska. 3 Baa t a o Iiaff U ;r -H-2. "X. a i?? Z. S . "" W Lis o - r2X ? - ar fcj 2.5-S E J o trr S5- el 3 a 6 v: IS HI s 5 1Z Z.B tit. 0HGf)00H OOOOiMWMHOo0H H. Mixta. Miner Ialn la MERCHANDISE 0 W k eeastaallr DAT GOODS, Clothing, Hats, Glassware, Queenswark andO CROCKERY. Wc buy our goods for cash, and defy coMf etition. When J in town give us a call. OaadWr Saatk f A PattOaU. Red Cload. r 1880. 1880- FARMERS ! We call your attention to the Largest, Best, and Cheapest Stock of AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, In tbe Ripublicaa Valley. w Years of experience in the trade, has taught us the wants of the Farmers of this great AGRICULTURAL STATE. - , Convinced that in your Success lies the interest t of all, wc offer you the best products of Eastern Manufacturers. Drills, Seeder's, Corn Plows with Seeder attach- a." ments, Sulky Plows, Stirring and Breaking Plowsi Marsh Harvester, Whitnev Marsh Binder, -' - . . i aa s ww fajrm: Weafcasaaseaa marKet, ivanaoipn ncaacr, icwion vvagon, Buggies, and all kind of STABUCR, ODSHCR aV CO. , RED CLOUD, - - Nebraska. ' POTTER. IX- o a. c2r Ka2ri; -jjc ray .-2TKf;ft?5- a?-CJ l la, 3B T-T." 11a ty -2mr.Ht Hrt -t SI fr -tI &a ta If wMa (J) R 0 2. L. Mtaaa. Bros, all a tads of af a ea kaa4 a fall atotk f GROCERIES, Lc. Caps Boots, BTb. 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