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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1880)
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Propiii-tcr of ilic
city drug STORE,
aKn 'jRiU.it is
A. lull 5-'jip!y of
LAMPS, LAMP xHMv-V iriCKS,
C03il, B H US 1 1 K.S&C.
l'ntronaci' olinit"l airt thankfully'received.
ei Priori j.t?ms carefully corapoundcd'CS
One dnnr outl: ofGarbcr's store,
IIKI CLOUD NEB.
Geo, W. Dow,
Groceries & Confectioneries,
Chiil'se Tea?. Cofiee Sacaric.
White Fish & Sffackerel.
t!re:. Iii"l ami Canno-l Fruits. The bstT.-
tuoruan 'ijrat. Klr.nr nwl ute.il con-
ar.t!y on nan I Kci, ISr.tter.
E trythinir tr.irniute I to bo as represented.
mvk .mj: A CA.I.
i.lA I will tlo )iu ?ro 1.
1st door noith ofsrsiisoCJce.
Mnnn 5 Pl!niti4,
ran s yaiisnoer,
0 LASSW A RB. QUKKNS WA U It).
HARDWARE & HARNESS
A full lit'.'' of oyoryiiiiiij: kept in a funeral
tore at the Liuvrst (Jasii I'kices.
Moon & Callender.
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prou.
Corn. Mce.1, Bran Chopped Feod and
Visit tho IU-1 Plond Grocery. Fcsd and Pro -ii'nstireihcn
you iram supplies for man or
Jlichcst market prtto in cash paip for grain
AH kindh ofcountry pioduce ttkoc su exchange
for good, floo Si delircred to all parts of town
trco of cbarce.
Store south of Rcod's TIow Factory,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
Cheap, Cftcap, Cheap!
Mens' & Boys"
SPS & SM1DS, Cheap.
Hats & Caps
Ladies & Childrens Furs
in great variety,
LOTS OP OTHER THINGS
GROCERIES, grocories, GROCERIES
mf. ff Sherwood.
HOUSE l'LAXTS, FLOWEtt POTS,
WIRE XTXSVS &C
NICE and CHOICE articles a specialty.
Kext the "old Court Uouie,' "Webster St.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Tbe choicest of I'rcsh meats. Sausages.
i-V!sn'l everything in the line that tho car
fcet afford?, always on haul.
j-ibpj) wo doors youth of fihercr's drug etore.
Misses & Ci
in this co'iiinu will be cbarsed ten cent line.
No odvcrtuciacnt inserted (or Un ttoS net
Correspondence from all psru of th- county
?o!irited. n taaifrsT general initreit. Make
jcur Mien fb'jrl and to iltc joint.
Th paper Is Tcpoufibl- for the crrcetnts
arciirdin to ccpy &f lid matter and paid
Cool and windy la.it .Saturday.
Tho pic-nic season will j-ooii lo here.
JapuntTC jmYa.jol3 are "all the raye."
Fayal hats in the latest colors, at
Froli fih U)C5 not ?eem to be very
plenty in the market.
The county eonnni-ioners -were in
M&ni lst-t Thursday.
The Blaine ticket was defeated at the
primaries in Hastings.
A Gipsy woman win peddling bead
pur.-- ite., in town last week.
Look out for the eenus taker, he
will sMjon be abroad in the land.
C. 1J. Totter h:n dispo-ed of hU drug
store to a Mr. Cook, of New York.
Mrs. Lutz ha.1 enlarged and improved
the interior of her millinery .shop.
Egyptian Hire corn is said to be a.-
big a fraud as the Champion plow.
Wiggins tfc Son will soon commence
the erection of a huge elevator at
John B. Finch has sued the Lincoln
Democrat for libel, placing his damages
There were no eauoussas held last
Satutday in a number of precincts in
A (r:r:n t-f covered wagons piis.sed
througli town one day lat week, bound
.An unsuccessful attempt was recently
mad'.- to blow up the litt a-tablwhment
Positively thsi largest stock of milli
nery ever In ought to lied Cloud, at
Bnine.'-.s of all kinds is belter since
it ha been demonstrated that it can
rain in thw comity.
The Kiverton Eaghswym that he who
duggeth a digout rideth not upon the
wings of the whirlwind.
A Columbus man advertises for a
itout, healthy girl to take the summer
are of a btnall herd of cattle.
O. C. Case has just received an ad
dition to his law library, consisting of
a number of volumes, which cost $05.
Infill G. Potter was so pleased with
the rain last week that, with his usual
liberality, he "set up' the cigars to his
Will the lop-eared rat-terrier who
edits the Argus please tell us how he
happens to know more about bur busi
ness than we do ourself?
We are informed that W. II. Strohm
aspires to the honor of representative
to the legislature from this county this
fall, and is soliciting support.
It is about time a circus should visit
Red Cloud, we know of a nun:ber of
uncles and maiden aunts who are anx
ious to take the children to eec the
Xow is the time to got iob work of
all kinds and at ths most reasonable
prices, at the Cnn:r oflice, a large stock
of pi inters goods on hand. Satisfaction
Richardson A Garbcr shipped last
Saturday, 110 head of fat steers that
averaged 1,300 lbs. each. This line
bunch of cattle brings in a fine bunch
of greenbacks to the owners,
Send the CiirnF for six months or a
year to your friends in the cast and let
them see. that though this town and
county is comparatively new, it sup
ports one good live local paper.
Read the advertisement of Mr.
Samuel West, in another column, and
when you want anything in his line
give him a call and our word for it you
will be pleased with tho result.
The boys have a good joke on one of
our worthy J. P's. They say that the
woman who Uvea in the "propped
house" saugh refuge during a recent
storm, in ihe "arms of Justice."
Trof. Williams has launched" otit
with a daily, which, by the way pre-'
.sents a very creditable appearance for
a town the size of Hastings. We wish
the cnterpriso'on. abundant success.
The Orleans Sentinel says that the
editor of the Alma Standard is "a
graceless scamp, a dead! beat and a liar."
Xow you'r getting down to business.
but remember Kalloch and . DeYoumj,
of San Francisco.
Anyone reading tho last issue of the
Xaponee Banner would be at a loss to
decide weather it was in favor of Grant
or Blaine for president, it has the nane
of Grant "nailed to its mast head," but
it talks Blaine in its columns
Some weeks ago we ventured the
prediction that there would be the best
crop of corn harvested in this valley
this fall that the soil has yet produced,
and we stick to it. Plant corn and
dont you forget it or fear the result.
Last week the team of Wiggins &,
Son, which was hitched to the buggy
became frightened at a hand car that
was moving over the railroad track and
ran away spilling out Mr Wiggins Sr.
auI demolishing the buggy somewhat.
During a storm last week the Guard
office in Bloomington was visited by a
bolt of lightning which passed throtJgh
the floor, doing but little damage.
This, we believe, is the first instance on
record of a printing office beiug struck
Judge G. W. Kaley tendered his resig
nation to the county commissioners,
and it was accepted. 3I. Kaley, how
ever, will not be released from the duties
of the office until his successor is ap-
pointed, which will not take plaeeuntil
ihe 7th of next month.
Mrs. McBridc still ahead.
rhUtcrfor gale, enquire of Mi.w Hale.
Have you pcen anything of that
Indies muslin underwear, at Mrs.
A barbed wire factor' has been otal-
iished in JIa.-ttngs.
A large in voire of loot? and hoo
juit received at Miner Brf.
Miss J,yde Halo, fashionable dress
maker, one door cat of Mush- Store.
I'crkiiH & Mitchell are headquarters
for all kimls of Staple and fancy Gro
ceries. -The neatest thing out is that new
.-indent's lamp, winch may be seen on
O. C. Cae'n table, it beats 'em all.
Mr. We-il has opened a confectionery
i-tore in the building south of Mitchell
& Morltart's store. lie ha a first class
stock of candies, canned fruits te., and
will supply ice cream in any quantity
Mr. R. I). Jimei baa enclosed his
hous.0 .and grounds with a neat and
subitantial picket fence. We al-o
notice that others are enclosing their
lots. This ad'Ls greatly to the appear
ance of the town, and we hope the good
work will go on.
The Bloomington Aryvs says that
all rumors about the B. & M. stopping
anywhere short of Denver are appar
ently put at rest by the starting out of
a large ami fully equipped R. fc M.
surveying party, headed by Engineer
Ainsworth, to run the line beyond
where it ii now located.
The editor of the Argus has been
advertising the fact for the lat month
that he expects to go to Chicago next
month. All right, you have out
permission, only remember your Iowa
City experience, and if you stop nt a
noiei, conduct vourseu in as accent a
manner as you know how.
The United States Grand Jury which
convened at Omaha last week indicted
"Jean" and Sutton for robbing the Red
Liouu post-omec last tall, liie case
will be tried in the United Suites court
the ISth of the present month. MeNitt,
Willcox and several others were in at
tendance at Omaha as witnesses.
Mr. E. M. Perkins who recently en
tered into a puitncrship with Mr.
Besiey in the hardware business, is a
young man of more than ordinary capa
bilities, and handles the affair.-; of the
film with the air of one who thoroughly
understands the business. We predict
for the new firm, under its presentable
management, unbounded success.
It becomes our painful duty to
chronicle the death of little Sidney
Mathews, son of II. B. Mathews, who
died last Saturday. It is alleged that
his death was caused by eating pickled
pork that was tainted with cholera.
A full investigation should be had, and
if meat laden with death is being sold
to our citizens, means should be em
ployed to stop it.
It is to be hoped that every public
spirited man in town and every man
who has not a grain of public spirit in
his composition, will plant trees this
summer, and especially this coming
fall. The very best time to plant ail
kinds of forest trees ia hi thcfalf, and by
moving considerable dirt with the roots
they are sure to live and will soon
repay all the trouble taken to plant
Wc have on exhibition in our office
a delightful ppecimen of the "art pre
servative" that was recently gotten out
at the office where they "have had 25
years experience in the bttsiness."
This delightful specimen of job printing
we have pinned to our desk where we
can gaze upon it when we desire an
emetic. Our "devil" says that a few
moments contemplation of the speci
men has the eiuiic effect upon him as
might be expected from an overdose of
It seems that the Hon. John R. Finch
has got his foot in it. The Lincoln
Democrat publishes a lengthy article
charging that he is guilty of trying to
BOduee a young and pretty girl who has
been domiciled for some time at the
Finch mansion and attending the Uni
versity. Mrs. Finch, the Democrat
says, has gone to her folks in York
State. The Lincoln Journal discredits
the statement published by tho Demo
crat and says that it belieVcs the tem
perance apostle is innocent. It is a
sweet scented muss, anyway.
Capt. Zediker of theHfaponee Banner
was assaulted on his "Way home one
night last week by two unknown vaga
bonds, and an impromptu duel was the
result, several shots being fired on each
side but no particular damage being
done. The assault was occasioned by
the appearance of an article in the Ban
ner reflecting as is alleged," upon the
character of certain parties. Not a
week passes without an editor some
where in these United States, being
either shot or shot' at by sonic galoot
t who does not like something that has
appeared in the paper. It is becoming
alarming, guess we'll have to train up,
we used to be a crack shot but are
terribly out of practice now. Train up,
brethren, train up.
F. "W. Liedtke, Auditor of State, hav
ing in charge the insurance depart
ment, informs us that persons repre
senting themselves as agents of "The
Hail Insurance Company of New
York," are -at work in the 6tite issuing
insurance policies against damage of
crops by hail. He says there is no
hail insurance company of New York
I in csristance, and that no person is
authorized to- transact business for any
insurance company, unless in posses
sion of a certificate of authority from
his department It will be to the far
mers interest to enquire for the agent's
authority before paying money or giv
ing notes to parties representing them
selves as agents of hail insurance com
panies. At present there is no kail in
surance- company "authorized to do
business in this state. Farmers look I
1 out for frauds and sign no papers.
2D C1CS3 PSZCnrCT CA7CTJ.
The precinct caticu to elect delegates
to the county convention wa.1 held at
the court hoti-c la-t ftitunlay, and a
ii usual in thi town, w a rpirited
allbir. Tin-re was a straight Blaine
ticket in the ficM comnM-d of the ful
lowing gentlemen: A. Kak-y, A. J.
SCenney, I. B. Hampton, I). B. Spain-gle,
L. P. Albright, E. C. Hawley, Oia.-.
Kent, W. E. Jackson, Jo-. Garbcr, II.
Maurer and E. Smith. The other
ticket which wa-. not compou-d trictly
of men in favor of Grunt, but which
was in favor of no "uwtnietion,-," and
which held some of the names on the
other tickpt, was as follows: A.A. Pope,
J. L. Miller, W.I!. Roby, Cha. Kent, II.
.Maurer, J. 0. Potter, Joe. Warner, M.
L. I honnw, It. Mitchell, W. H. Whit
son ami L. P. Albright. Thi; Istt.-r
ticket was termed the Grant ticket. x.tu
wa.i elected by a majority of eleven
voK's. 'Hie best of feeling prevailed
throughout, and matt e erybo.lv
seemed satisfied with the result of tho
A little excitement was occasioned
last Sunday by the leport that tho holy
of a man had been di-covered in the
river lielow the mill, by Mr. John Pot
ter's boy who with otheis was in swim
ming on Saturday. Search was made
in the immediate, vicinity of the re
ported "find." on Sunday, without u.--ccs.
JUn Monday morning we accom
panied the Sheriff to the river, and with
the boys who had reported the dis
covery, and a large number of men
whom the excitement and curiosity
had attracted to the river, a thorough
search was made in boats from the
mill down to the bridge, but no bodv
was found. The general belief seems
to be that the boy was deeehed in what
we s. iv, ;is n- ran away as sooll as lie
made the discovery, being somewhat
frightened. Probably the boy was cor
rect in the report he made, and po-vibly
some persons who might be interested
in the concealment of the body, hearing
the matter talked of on Saturday even
ing, went and lemovcd the corpse on
Saturday night to a more secure hiding
We are in receipt of a letter from
D. S. llelveru, Lincoln Center, Kuuas,
which was delayed and consequently
arrived too late for this issue, Mr.
Hclvcrn tells us of a well at Cypress
City, Lincoln county, which is a hund
red feet deep, and with whieh is con
nected a curious phenomena. When
the wind blows from the south the
water in the .veil disappears, and when
the wind is from the north the water
rises until it reaches' a depth of several
feet and remains so until the wind
changes, when it subsides. Our cor
respondent al-o says that fall wheat
look.-; splendid in that locality, and rye
is heading out.
More new Fayal hats, Cashcuioro tips,
and all the latest uovcltics, at Mrs.
Vo have just received Pcterjon's
M.ACAIXK for June, and do not hesitate
to say that it has more attractions than
all the other magazines cqmbiued. Xo
magazine in America has such tine
steel engravings, and such good cut-.
The ladies at home toil us that "Peter
son's" fashions are in better taste, and
more reliable than any magazine pub
lished. "Peterson's" illustrated articles
are a new feature this year, which
makes the Magazine moie attractive
then ever, A friend of ours who was
in Philadelphia' lat week, called at
Peterson's office, and tells us that they
pack fUU0 magazines every afternoon
to their subscribers, lie sneaks' of th
great popularity of the book. Send to
Charles .1. Peterson, :;0b Chestnut at.,
Philadelphia, and get his great club
terms for 1530.
GRAND OPEN IN (J will continue
from day to day during the eeasou, at
The following letterhas been received
at this oflice. We publish it in full,
and hope that our readers will profit
bv the hints contained therein.
April 30th, I8S0. J
Dkak Sik: rieaso call attention to
thy following facts in your paper inrd
impress upoa the citizeus of your
county the necessity for an accurate
collection of all statistical 'information,
required by law, viz:
We want the number of horses,
cattle, sheep, swine, Ac, Ac. complete.
Every acre of land under cultivation,
and the crop and quantity raised in
Manufacturing interests of all kinds
even though small, as yet, should all be
Xo one is asked by an enumerator
of the U. S. Census to sign his name.
Look out for frauds in June and don't
let your people be swindled by sharp's.
Brad. D. SlaVghteu.
Polly db Roberts have been offered
$8,000 for their mill property.
Track laid aJout 12 miles below
M. E. Gilford, our new iKcrchant,
was made happy last Friday night by
the smiling countenance of his wife
who emerged from the cars.
Amboy is about to become the pos
sessor of a physician.
A lawyer stopped and found it to
be too quiet and peacable here to ven
ture a stake.
Elder Johnson has gone to his old
place in Jefferson county, and will re
turn about the 17th hist.
Ballinger is perported to be boarding
atHadley's. He leaves Roberts long
enough to eat. (Mattie boards there.)
For supplies at wholesale, apply to
Rathbun or Hadley, the leading firms
of the place.
What the future of Amboy is we
know not, but we Tse willing to wait a
little longer tiU the "good time coming
Mere sew goods, at Mrs. SlcCride'c.
. GREAT DISPLAY of MUlaery
goods i Mrs. McBride's.
Canned huckleWrriw, at Perkins A 1
w ool -m kA and tmn altrnr Livir
hand ami for mlt at Minor Brv.
It eu-i Uat tha?c more Gru:
men bring in tb pfveinct ttuwi nctat
Tho knnlwsrr ;toro of Ward A
Everett, at Cowles, h- bren tkwl by
the creditor." of tW 3rtn.
Su-.h. pouiui pUufc m fVfUa. A-MiiHirN-.
Hut will dfe; them nrht
trorn the hot ld a yo wm tlwm
Hendqunrter-i 6r nit kiii of staph
ami fumy Gnvrrwrt. xml i fiu-t rety.
thing el-n; that the -ppi ueed, ;
Bivley A Perkin-J !uit r-dtired the
price oj their 1W Win. Orx hundred
pound of their wirv will 50 jtiH UK
rod-, t !all and toe thtiti.
Gluts'. E. Putnam, rf tho ITourIVtd
store, ha. j.i.-i received h w; KmI of
choice iVirhblow pouiooss : K,ws
Tiie-ie potatous are oJferod cheap, c
Isky A IVrkirw will how von th-fine-t
-fiction of Ranj.., .Scar, ,t.
ever brought to this valley. We hare
marked them down and at lmd n
se!i them, if ymi ihtak of btivjnn-
stove Ihi- s-pring, stii in jMl Ukk at
MiMiK. J. W. and C. F. MontimhV
physidn who have reernlly bn-aU-d
at CowU atwl Amboy, rtfjMct:vely,
iMillwl at U10 Cmikv headquarteM bx-t
Moivlay. Tiiey e.xpre zi deire to stay
and grow up with the country, and
person living adjacent u their place
of bu.-itiess, needing the servi.-e- of a
phyaicinn may do well to call on them
Ladies, a word with you, ui mil.
linery "otKl- to hx.k stylish anl to. -Low
off to the be.-t advantage mu?t lw j.ut
on by a fii-t claw, milliner, and the
only place in Red Cloud where von can
get that done u at Mh. For.
door north of the Bank.
Skk:;; Valu.v, Atini. iSth, 1S&)
lVltl.tc XortiK Is hereby given, that
we will not be re.-tt.'n-jble for. or pny
any indebtedm Sn-, or on .11-t-uiini of
sub-contractors, except Uhh our vmt
ton order, npecitv in.; anittimt and tune
ofpayme.it. AIo we will not le !
sjuinhilife for the pauieul uf lalmr of
siil-contrctoi's e.nployee-, ti any
greater amount than may be owing
to sub-contractors upon estimate fur
work done, and all claim- for I.ilmr
muit be made to u, befor jMyintnt of
estimates, or they v.tll bo duemeil and
held to be waived.
Rkyxoi.d- A S.u-MMrtsn.
Spring Vallcv it Fairburv Biv., Ken.
Valley U. K. ' x,xU
TE3 GfiAi;? S0Lr
It seem perfectly easy to ome for
Grant to be elected to the third term,
but one thing we do know that Ken
dall's S).nin Cure is the very best lini
ment ever diseovi red for any hlcmi-dt
on horxes and for rheumatism or any
leep -eated pain in man. It i- uxtil at
all season. of the year with wonderful
sueee-s-. Head the advertUement ft
Ivendall's Spavin Cure in another to!
urnu. "A foat of reason and flow of soul,"
said the woman, when .-he took het pan
of Biscuit from the oven, and threw
away four kind of villainous c-m-poumN
that she had purchased, and
which thf-v called Saleratusor Soda.
The same lady keep- on talking, ami
say- after one trial of J. Monroe Tay
for (Sold Medal Soda or Salcratns, "if
any one is not then satisfied that there
i nothing like it, their unbelief will be
their ruin. At retail everywhere, ami
at wholesale by nuwt of the wholesale
(Srocers. Depot, 112 Liberty Street
By the undersigned at his residence
in inavale Precinct, Xeb.. one red and
white yearling steer, which the owner
can have by proving properly and pay
ing charges. G. W. Knh.ht."
May 1st, 1SS0. 40-3w
Trimiucd hats 7cta. and npwar2s, at
A nice line of fancy Ribbons and Tics
at Mrs. Fowlers.
paper m great vcrioty at
A large line of elegant dress buttons at
Window fcliadcs and fixture, at
Brown's furniture store.
Don't forget to put out tree?, Putnam
ha- any amount of thcru.
Now is your lime to pave monev bv
t buying goods of A. S Marsh.
Go and see the fine stock offurnituie
at Brown's, before purchasing elfewhere.
Ladies call at Mr. Fowler and see the
Isrgest stock of millinery goods in the
If yoa want Hat's trimmed in the very
best manner, go to Mrs. Fowlers you will
Go and see goods, end price, before
buying, at Brown's furritute and wall
lsso. r A D Ai C D 0 f 1SS0-
isso. rAlllflClldi isso
We call your attention to the Largest, Best,
anil fKenpcf Rl-ni-1- nf
In the Rejjullican Valley.
Years of experience ifr
the wants of the Farmers of this great
Convinced that in your Success lies the interest
ot all, we otter you the best products ot
MWaVaVa IMIIMIMWttfl 0W
Drills, Seeder's, Corn Plows with Seeder attach
ments, Sulky Plows, Stirring and Breaking
Plows, Marsh .-Harvester,
Whitney Marsh Binder, the best machine in the
market, Randolph Header, Newton Wagon,
Buggies, and all kind of
We afcsH spare ao efforts to sdraBce (he Interest of oar Customer?. Alvajs
fcappy to show oar Goods. Give as a calL
STABLER, DEISHER & CO.
RED CLOUD, - - Nebraska.
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fr-h wt4'c l Ui I'ihxJtsmtf of Itr
'Jimwl. Mift: knri rarv day, fcy
daj St tlepufi.
Ma Uvfflj aad xhir kofM. 'fw
?ftivata ltrA-du. Mar lj tbea
Vo sr jrUd to irara list V. K. Pet-
fiiftl fill tHAilfl ir"(.Phtel. 1. .M&
trrc.. Onon-oo.J. Ah, id Ux)Jc; m
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MOKEY TO LOAK!
M.ncy to jror
ceqtt, r oh defied
i I ' tr. wm
.I.U. in .
2V1.1UUL lir iirr. rrn
u'urae eii uoor
Niw HJd every wool. In"t ftiil t-i
A. S. Mabmi.
Not tlitt l'rin of Ii.?r- twr tUe Cfwn '
of Glory, but tl. Ccvmt S",i,jp NUcfi n
tbe la; est. atal hot tmcl.im, ttt to Mir j
Lvi, it -.i-ill ;ay yti t' call st tin 1 V I
Office aud w it bef ra v fuirok-,.' '
For Sale y M. B. Mc.N.rr.
French Li 1 buttgn 3boj fgr 3.00,
A. S. M. it.-if.
If You Want Bargains
t (ill Si Ne'.l ll(!l-?"f- H-Iirr -..II m.n --
White jood-i. (jtaj;i;aui, Slirtiui",
Drefs Gofxls, Flannel-, I)iVki-. .Jran-.
Hoittrj-, Cirput-. H..a.b.lrs-. Ttt Se-.
Ruclitt-, Toy. (Jro-trjcn, iml n jret
.... . - . ' - ' " .
variety of oritur 2oxU vry cheap f,r
cn-b. Thee jto'l ill l clu-d h.
cill early and ijt baiere. j
" 1'. Xlu'iiol'si;
We opn this .iL a m-r nok f
I'ry t.o-Kls. A.S. Majwh.
Final Proof Xoliccs.
I.3U.1 U2irr at l!I.HtlBi:IoB .NoJ,. M.r. Utn. 1m
Suite- U lirrehr txrm that ll.inr ,
nam- I -Hit ha Me t n Uc r.f ,., if.enti,u t
maKo brut I .rt in mpi-rt r.f Hi rlitiin ; .1
Htrurv Im.il rntrjr th.r,..f. hrforn ll clerk f .
cuurt ul Wrlnirr -iulv, NLh-. lh mui.It '
,''. M,'irlar the l.'ih Ja if June ,iv. i,,: ,
rr.'n-h 'Vol.l.rm.m. IIcmrtiii Kntrj' ;..'
1ft O !..r thf .ii'h-n.t suartrr. .rt.,n ;., .
lowil I. rl:f 11 i.f, ,nl imih'J tlie ffc!,.wit j
n. tu wntrit!V. t- i-rore cimr hu t.i Urire !
uon aal pullian.i. ..r i,l irctf . xtv t'harlo ,
l.iit. l.uitu: Woltrr..fhrlr. U'nbUnuin ui.,1 i
AHuiut HoWBerinanalUf UH f..ui Nr;,
iMjai)U6rlu .". W. .sWJTZnt. IWMt.r. j
Lx.riil OtTttf Mt l!!niiMini.U.. VV. t- .l . I
.Jj'l'r.iu .b,"J;y f v'" ,,"', ,he oii
nsnl jrrtlrr tin filed . .,,r n(bt. ,Mut ,
u. i. .ri, n i ip,ii m ,ij.fi oi ht rtittn. .in 1
euro 6ual furv Ihsr.f. bfor- Jmi A Tut
!' "r 't. lH" n,'urt " U lr -.WBty. at
.. '-ri;t'tiilVr.i.fni.ii.!i,;! v,. HM -H.lf.a
!!!'" . ,f Jlh" ';,.-;"t,. lit..H irirnrr
.v .,,. hum J'.nnr. .iir iVj,.ciri)t .u ImtniriM
tinit i ai.l trpt. Tia Albert muwcMbjI. !
;; "" it r T; ;; i wrnicn. a.i urtrrv
I?- .tii. liiuo jim .
. W. :tzke. ILvi'tcr.
Land Office nt i:iominlon Neb. Jfj 4th. I'.Sfl.
Koti" l hrrfl'j riven thtit thr following
naiard rctdcr hai lilol ntf;.jf hi. tntrrttion l
KCX'C llml rntrj- l!u-r.Uf,.rr J3B..r A yl
i.iaK.- ..n.i priMji in nii-ri hi ni i-Uun. ami
."itieo JU l'.cl Vluud tb..jL Sjtur.Ja Jutei-h. ,
At'teloiu IltitUr. JIM. arfliH,tton NV Jl.'9.
far tita iiorlh-wrst iinarfr. . Is. tu.TN i,
r.iCK' M urn, ami name-, iho full ms U.r
witritf Jis. t itovo c.iHtioioui rm.rnc uoa
i.mi CU liratioil of Mil tia.-t vit: Uihrj S.
Muciwii-ill. 'ormu Ht.riHKPr. Unw V. . I!rwa.
nn.lMI.-u A. Well. All oi Wc.l. Nkb
ra..ySjje.J t. W. 6ir.Klt. IWt'tcr.
Lnml Offico at blooaiiuxton Neb. Ajiril.Sl.li.
N'nti.'e in hr-rrby Elrcn thit tbe fl!wliy
naml stttler h-f tilr-l notiv. f bi In-rnlio to
make final j.r'iif in ,ui;.irt of hi claim, ami '
care final entry thereof t.pfurc Jarur A Tul
lc) clnrk of court ta Woliftnr c otr. at hi
(ilhce in Kill Cl'juii rb.. on tho J".h uy of
ilar. ls0. iii:
HicliAr-l Lett's, of Clorcrton. Nbr . Ilnine-tc-nt
Kiitrr. No. II'.I, for the nortl.-mt (. Se
1. tonn I, runire 11 no', and mitnrf the Mi
inc ax hi r:w.'tei. to i.roro eon ir.u.ia. rr.
dncc uptn ml cultuation uf nail tract, mj-Ali-nio
rnbin. L.anren -c A. 'lokin. Wjlijirfl K.
Thorn rul Ciiarle-. Churehill. all f Ve.. .N'.h.
aprlViiM.? rf. V. aWlT.KK. Kvcutvr.
Lanl OCice at Rloominxton Neb. Apr. 12th lW
Notice in hcrrliy civrn tliit the f!loirios
rame-J fctller h fi'el notice of h'n intentioa t
ujikcGn-il proot in furi"irt of hi elaim. anf
ftcare final entr? thereof Itcfore Jarari ,. Tul
ley, county clerk of U"ebter cwnty Neb., at '
bu o'Jice ia IU.I ' luu 1 on r'riJ&y M.tv I US 1J
J..rri.b W arrei JIM entry N-. UUft. Jor
t!icii(.rtfi-e-itniiarr of section Z Imn 1'ranco
11 wit. ami name thn fotI.iwiu a bi wttne"
o to frove contiu'iou rct.deneo ti a.fi cultiTa-
ion of will tract, rit: Hichanl A. Tinker.
Hcnr' J. .Maurer. Henry MCjo and Fran
Tenuant. all of K-l Ct-iuil Ne.
arr!CTnal3 S. aH'ITZKB. Rerif.er.
Notice is hereby riven, that I vill xaailr.
all peroi who may utyir in nCr tfcemiJ.'
i candidate for tearben of the primary or
coainon tebooU of Welter county, st fitti
rioad on the Srit Saturday in the u oth of
February, Haj Au.rut an'l November: At
Blue Hill on the. 3rt Sttanlay in the cnoctM ot
January. April. July and October. At tiuiJa
Rock on the fimt Saturday in the month of
March. June. September an'l IceruLr.
Examination loronizzenae atVo'eloek a.x.
A. A. i'ora.
Coanty Soperiatendent of Public Irutrnetion
the trade, has taught US
k- -7 at t
urn a . i 1 h af t 11 t j r. 1 .-
-- VLTiZf v i ja"w mvi 1 v v r n jv - wr -wb-v ' .
iwRtniieui, 1 iyj;'jiw a, ,r-Ti riJZ V? IEVSSa"-!!
toCHtu-,,. xf H-r -. . uT f W 1
ayj"iMjMMiMwa l '"' in " ' '" ' "",.''
T-t . T n at W J rf' -. -v Vk Tv V i
wr - mr.. iii 1 iii 1 r 11 1.1 1 ' - -- r m ' "' " '"
W x 1 m
f :tra tsriie t Aat v i ? t ta
. l- ' T
A a. M.a 'j V-w L -c I V, 8b Cr if f
vf&rtantt&te ii&m.m- mm
- . 1 . 1 1 " fMt. ij,i t i r 1 . i ixvr- - ft 4 ..rf 'T ' r . i -
apnthonfl?l ie BkA i2-lf 1&$L ffe7"??U
liud . s ,-p X&SllZS&rrttZV-' -TSXfSSSg'- H. - Li 3 .-! S
. -:;; . TEE'WSJbjMWJXi.
F. .H GORE. Jeweler. HedClcud, Keb.
I'i VS .
' V n ' 7 tl H'
' , I J j j( V
i W ' iliQ
A largo lot of KOTtt A KIJOKN, liaU A
XcTUitc eia a call, very tb ijf k. I at !U)T!M Ptw frJ'.-lf.
J G- POTTER
Rod CMoud. - TsVbmrkn
S m'i ri K H at ii P
Having Houjrlu the
ownctl bv X. (;. r.idclv ,
i wi I i
oirer ihcm lo the
room for NTKW GOODS, (7oiuUting of
DRY-GOODS. GROCERIES, BOOTS L SHOES,
4 ' " ' VilULKtlV
(Stock of Sugar, Coffee,
on hand. Gome 'and
stand. A LU
jLJm, 6 V J
lv 1! J
I1 W Wkf
ft I VA
il Jlit lll
B 0 T T 0 M
We Have-also a
Da,L J C-a..- HI"
All kinds of .TIN, COPPER, AXD SHEET
IRON WORK done on short nn
Call and Examine Goods, and get Pw
Red' Cloud, April 27th,
n a 1 1 am 'i
- f -
t ' hrrxiMio.
fcr - f '
', i .
3 1 a n
W &P V3 n
Groceries, Oucensvare, and
and Summer Clothing,
Iuuirc Stock of (ooik
(dct'cascJ,) ;it Auction,
Piiliiic nt Cmi. in mnkt
.UH1 V. I lU.SSW III C. V Mil
Tea's and dvvd fruit
sec me at Uddv's oi '
r 4 "r fiiTCr.
JLV MJ . JLu. K7 M Ii ts
Large Stock of
- i mi
e Staples, Na
.1 1 I
V, ff- ?
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