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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1880)
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Proprietor of the
CITY DRUG STORE,
AID DKALKK m
A fall supply of
LAMPS, LAMP SlIDKS, HICKS,
7atrnag solicited afid thankfully" received.
-O-rVestriptioBi carefully compounded
One door south of Garbcr's store,
RED CLOUD NEB.
Geo. W. Dow,
Groceries & Confectioneries,
Choice Tea. Coffee Sugar Ac.
White Fish & Mackerel.
Greea. Dried and Canned Fruit. Thvbet't To
bacco and Clean. Flour and meal con
lastly on hand. Vest. 1 Hitter,
Taken in Payment.
Everything warranted to be a represented.
IGIVE ME A CALL
and I will do you good.
1st door north of argui office.
Red Cloud, - Neb.
Dry - Goods,
Boots & Shoe,
HATS AND CAPS,
HARDWARE L HAR1TESS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
A full line of everything kept in t perioral
etore at tho Lowest Cash Pit ices.
Moon & Callender.
COWLES - NEB
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUT1TAM, Prop.
Corn. Meal, Bran Chopped Feed and
Viit tho Red Cloud Orecery. Feed and Pro -
Tiiiett5torwhnjouwainjrppHesfor man or
Highest market price in cash paip for grain
All kinds ofcoaaJry produce taken an exchange
ftrgoods. Ooodi doliTered to all parts of town
freo of charge.
Store south of Reed's Plow Factory.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
lewSiore VewBoods lewFriees.
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap!
Misses & Ghildre&rs Boois die&p.
Miens' & Boys
BOOTS ft SMBS, Clear;.
Hats & Caps
Ladies & Childrens Furs
in. great variety,
LOTS OP OTHER THINGS
GROCERIES, groceries, GROCERIES
F. W. Sherwood,
HOUSK FLABXB, FLOWEB POTS,
WIRE STANDS &a
NICE ana CHOICE articles a spMialty.
V ext the -'old Coart Soeae Webster St.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Tk ehMeeat of FreAmeata. SuiKM,
MOWU ftM JTWTU1SK .m in. uiv u
ilSSfefSS tof SkK'a ins rtor..
in thii colann will bo charged UnccnUa line.
No advertisement inserted lor let than 25 eeuta.
Correspondence from all parU of the county
olicited. oa matter of general iaterot. Make
jrour letter- ihort and tu the joint.
The paper ia reipomible for the correetnew
according to copy or paid matter aad ptud
The 4th of July comes on Sunday
The weather turned off distreMingly
hot after the rain.
Our job work always gives j-ntu-iac-tiou.
(Jive us a trial.
The Htori" of.Iohn (i. Potter hiu lxien
rioted hy the creditors.
It is now in order for the boyA to nave
up their nickel to go to the circun.
W. V. ColeV moiwter circus will ex
hibit in lied Cloud, on Monday, June
Wheat tlut was put in with a drill in
said to look well, and will make a fair
We are glad to note that the farmers
in iIih r-cclion are planting large crops
The Valley Uowe has changed
hands, Mr. Alx. Rutherford took charge
Positively the largest stock of milli
nery ever" brought to lied Cloud, at
Ed. Hawley left for other parts last
Friday night. It is not known when
he will return.
A law Knit last .Saturday evening at
A. Kaley's ofliee heljed to liven up
things a little.
The Ciiikf'h residence and lots will
soon he surrounded hy a neat substan
tial picket fence.
For the last five weeks our edition
has run short, we have not had enough
papers to go round.
The iron horse has reached Superior,
and the Superiorites are juhilant over
their railroad facilities.
Mr. Everett now conducts the hard
ware business formerly owned hy
Ward & Everett, at Cowlcs.
The new hearse will .-oon be ready
to convey the unfortunate dead, of Red
Cloud, to their final resting place.
Kendall's Horse Books, a new adi
tion, jus as good as any five dollar
book. For sale at the Chief office.
The Lincoln Journal says that John
B. Finch "simply" hugged, kissed and
"wrestled with" the girl on the lounge.
McElvoy, "tho boy inurderer,"plcad
guilt- of murder in the second degree
and was sentenced to states prison for
Somebody dropped a silk handker
chief in our office last Saturday. The
owner can get it by calling with the
Hon. Geo. W. Dorscy, Receiver of
the U. S. Land office at Bloomington,
honored the Chief with a call last
The friends of Harry Kcnyon would
be glad to hear from him. When last
heard from was at Lincoln. Exchanges
The Rev. Geo. O. Yeiser will preach
I next Sabbath at the court house, at 11
o'clock a. m., and at 5 r. m., Sunday
school at 10 A. .m.
John B. Furay, special agent of the
Po.stofficc Department, and an experi
enced and successful detective, stopped
in Red Cloud, last Saturday.
A train of about 15 wagons from
Missouri laden with household goods
and children, passed through town last
Thursday, bound for Oregon.
A little rain came last Thursday, just
enough to settle the dust for about
fifteen minutes, when it commenced to
drift through the streets again.
A number of the precincts were not
represented in the county convention
bust Saturday, the' having neglected to
hold caucuses and elect delegates.
Last Friday evening the outlook for
rain was good but it failed to connect.
Franklin county got a good soaker at
that time, and we suppose it will be our
A grand wolf hunt is to come ofF in
Franklin county next Saturday. We
understand that several parties, with
their dogs, will be in attendance from
C. C. Coon, the pic plant and peanut
man has made his regular spring ap
pearance on our streets with the nicest
pie plant ever grown in this or any
The Mr. Miller spoken of in the arti
cle last week, on Orphan's Home, is
R. A. Miller, traveling agent for the
New York, Pensylvania & Canada
The boys say it is pleasant to "gather
at the river" of a Sunday, with hook
and line. It may be enjoyable, this
Sunday fishing, but it is popularly sup
posed to be wicked.
Now that fly-time is at hand every
one should endeavor to be as freje' from
the annoyance of these persistent little
pests as possible, and should co at once
to Jones fc Magee's and purchase wire
screens for doors and windows. 41-tf
Flavins McMillan, of the Republican
City New was a caller at the Chief
sanctum last Monday. He is very
much pleased with the appearance of
Red Cloud, and concedes it to be the
metropolis of the Valley.
Mr. George Wells, one of the old
eettlere near Cbwles, and -who became
dissatisfied with Nebraska and went to
Missouri a few years ago, has returned
and now proposes to make Webster
county his permanent home.
We don't assert that -ihe Chief has
double the circulation of any paper in
the county, but we will show by the
subscription books that such is the
case, and challenge a comparison. Is
he of the long ears ready to show up.
Picnic hate at Mrs. McBride's.
Wire ncrccn for doors and windows
can be had at Jones t Magcc'a.
Cigars, all grades, from the highest
price to the lowest can always be found
at Miner Bros. A Large stock just re
ceived. A colony of fifty families parsed
through town in covered wagons last
Tuesday, on their way to Washington
The genuine corn syrup can be had
at Miner Kro. This syrup is a "new
thing under the sun," and is good and
cheap, when you try it once you will
buy no other. Kemenilier that it i
sold at Miner Bros.
Call and get one of those "Horse
iKxjk's, they only co-t 'lb cents and are
worth $.r of any mun's money who
owns a horse or who ever expects to
W. C Reilly informs us and backs
up the assertion with a ciar, that he
will Ik.' a candidate for the honorable
petition of representative, the coming
Mr. A. J. Rennccker, since moving
to his farm has concluded to engage in
the stock business, he has fenced a ten
acre lot and otherwise prepared him
self for the care of stock. Uncle Jack
has a good farm and can grow corn
sufficient to feed a large number of
This part of the "vineyard" was
blessed with a good rain last Saturday.
We might add in this connection that
it was on hist Saturday that Webster
county elected a solid Grant delegation
to the fctate convention, whether this
had anything to do with the rain we
will not attempt to say.
Mr. Henry Cook who recently pur
chased the drug store of ('. H. Potter,
has resolved to furnish a nice cool
drink for the thirsty during the hot
weather, and has put up a first class
soda fountain in his store and will deal
out soda water, cold as tho arctic ice
bergs, to all who wish a nice healthy
Window and door wire screens at
Jones & Maigcc's.
We are reliably informed that the
road between Red Cloud and Iuavale
is in a very bad condition, in fact
all most impossable in places, for load
ed teams. It would seem that those
having the care of the public highways
had ought to see to it that they are
kept passible so that our farmer friends
up the river will not be compelled to
go elsewhere, perhaps out of the county,
wjth their trade and their produce.
Sec. 149, Statutes of 1S79 provides
that in all counties where the cost of
furnishing the officers with books,
blanks and stationery, shall exceed the
sum of $200 per year, the supplies for
such purposes shall be let in separate
contracts to the lowest bidder, who
shall give bond for the faithful per
formance of his contract with at least
two good and sufficient sureties, resi
dents of the state
We offer the above simply as a sug
gestion to our county officials.
The editor of the Argut says in the
hist issue of his dirty little sheet that
the editor of the Chief "was drunk and
also lousy," jut think of it, a fearful
charge, isn't it. The editor of the Chief
will not enter into a controversy with
the long-eared individual on the subject,
but will cimply say that even if the
charges preferred against us by the
Argut were true, our condition would,
in our opinion, lc enviable compared
with that of the Argut editor. The
man who ambles about town with a
precious part of his anatomy carefully
and artistically done up in linen cloths,
and chewing shingle nails, might cer
tainly be expected to receive the undi
vided sympathy of the community.
The county commissioners have
made the following estimate of the
necessary expenses of the comity for
the ensuing year.
General fund, including
support of the poor, $12 000 00
Sinking fund, - - 4 000 00
Road fund, - - 4 000 00
The following Teachers have been
employed in the diferent school dis
tricts in Webster county. The table
shows the No. of the district and the
wages per month paid to each teacher.
DIST. WlGt.!8T. WAGES.
1 HA Baily. 15 0)131 Mra A BarUett I2S 00
2 AL Funk. $651 132 Lisa May 2800
J COtU. $30 j Total at Mary Kin. 23 U0
Mrs. Dieken-1 125 00 42 O V Q Rorick 20 00
.- mtn i
43 Victoria Martin 25 00
3 Olive Noble
4 Mary Parker
5 Clara King
6 Loura Beard
11 Alid Harvey
15 CW Springer
16 Ida Garber
18 Klla Andrna
2500 45 Mary Smith 22 00
20 00149 JosieMathcwa 2000
19 00,50 Allie Stilea 2500
18 00.il Amy Luce 2000
20 00.53 Thomas Bherly
25 00J55 Mary Mardangb.
200061 Emily Hughs
22 50 62 Z B Hooker 20 06
20 Jfattie Frisbte 18 00 64 Lrdia Manger 20 uu
24 Nettie Whitney 25W69 Jfark Noble
27 I-aura Lndlow
2500 70 Kmma Downs
2500 72 lfrra Smith
2S Mm Settelle
30 Amelia Smith
Regular postal cars will be put on
the B. & M. road June 1st. This action
is necessitated bv the immense amount
of mail business on the road, the busi
ness having increased so rapidly during
the past year that the present accom
modations for handling it have been
found entirely inadequate.
"This is an improvement," says the
Omaha Republican, "which Mr. Paul
Vandervoort, chief clerk of the railway
mail service, has long been trying to
secure in order to do away with serious
delays of mails caused by its being csir
ried past the proper stations, owing to
the inability of postal clerks to proper
ly handle it with their limited facilities.
Special Mail Agent John B. Furay has
also strenuously labored for the same
object. Tlie credit, therefore, for this
great improvement belongs to Hon. E.
K Valentine, Paul Vandervoort'and
John B. Furay, and the South Platte
people can thank them for it, Mr.
Vandervoort is now awaiting further
and fuller details by mail from Wash
ington concerning these cars. The B.
& M. will a once build three of them
according to plans and specifications
to be furnished by the Post Office De
partment. It is thought that tliis num
ber will accommodate the business for
' Eome time to come."'
Our Cock Crows!
Because Webster County
Sends a Solid Grant
THE ARGUS MAN WANTS TO INOW HOW
AND FEELS "KINDER" SICK.
TES C0TOT7 CONVENTION HABHOIHOUS
The convention assembled promptly
at 2 o'clock last Saturday, and proceed
ed to business by electing Col. Hoover of
Blue Hill, Chairman; R. B. Fulton,
Secretary; nearly all the precincts in
the county were represented. The fol
lowing nine delegates to the state con
vention were elected by acclimation.
Red Cixui Pkkcixct,
Silas Garbcr, M. L. Thomas, J. L. Mil
ler, S. C. Smith and L. P. Albright.
Inavale Precinct, N. Ayrs
Oak Creek Precinct, H. I). Ranncy.
Potfdam Precinct, Col. Hoover.
Walnut Creek Precinct, R.B. Fulton.
It was decided that the delegates
should go to the state convention with
Hon. G. W. Dorscy and Flavius
McMillan who were callers at this office
last Monday, unhesitatingly say after a
critical examination of our facilities for
work and specimens: of job printing,
that the Ciiikf office is decidedly the
best and mot complete printing cMab
lishmeut in the Republican valley.
Free soda this afternoon at Cook's
Greatest and grandest display of
goods, at Mrs. McBride's.
The following from the Beatrice Zea
der seems to be so peculiarly applicable
to this place at the prcacut time that
we copy it in full.
We advise our people who want to
save their money and preserve their
health to look out for traveling physici
ans who go about professing to perform
miracles. We have plenty of physici
ans here who have had the benefit of
the best schools, and are well posted
in all branches of medicine, and who
have a reputation at stake, ami we ad
vise everybody to patronize them in
preference to the itinerant chap who is,
in nine cases out of ten, an unmitigated
I humbug. Physicians of Mich extraor
dinary ability and skill, as are claimed
by these traveling doctors, have all the
business they can attend to at home,
and do not go up and down the country
drumming for business.
You can save 25 per cent on your
money by buying your goods of A. S.
Marsh. Come and'scc for yourself.
John Williams who lives in the south
cstst part of the county was so infortu-
nate jus to looc a valuable team of
horses last Saturday, which were struck
by lightning and instantly killed. Mr?
Williams was marking corn ground
and had gone to the house for his coat
when the rain came up and had started
to go back to his team and was
only a few rods from the horses when
to bolt decended upon them. We un
derstand that Mr. C. M. Barrett has in
terested himself in procuring assistance
in the matter of getting the unfortunate
man another team.
New styls of ginghams and prints,
just received at Marsh's.
Through the kindness of Mr. Geo. II.
Brown, the furniture man, we are per
mitted to enjoy the luxury of a rotary
reclining office chair. It is simply
splendid and we would advise everyone
to call on Mr. Brown, at the only first
class furniture store in town, and invest
in a comfortable chair. You won't re
For the lest confectionery, freshest
and finest oranges and lemons, go to
De Soto spent the best part of his
life in a fruitless search for the Foun
tain of Youth, W. B. Roby, being more
fortunate than the old Spaniard, has
found the "Fountain" tobacco, the lcst
fine cut in the market. tf
Genuine Corn Cob and plug tobacco,
'Good enough" for anybody, at Roby's.
The war in milliner' still rages.
Mrs. Lutz is ahead so far."
Providence permitting, the ladies of
the Red Cloud M. K. church, will hold
a festival in their new house of worship,
on Wednesday evening, May 26th.
There will also be a supper. All arc
Johs A. Dixon, Pastor.
For the best chewing tobacco in town,
go to W. B. Roby's.
Ladies look around, and then con
vince yourselves where you can get the
best bargains in millinery by calling on
Down they go, good table linen for
30 cts. a yard. A. S. Marsh.
Ladies suits, ulsters sod underwear,
constantly on hand, aj. Md. Lutz'.
1 "New patters in tabic damask colored
and bleached, at A. 3. Marsh.
9W mmm 3Mgllgr--,". I
Pure cider vinegar, a large supply
on hand, at Miner Bro-.
Ladies underwear, at Mr. McHride..
If you want wif,- scrtin for your
dop and window don't forget to call
on Jono fc Magc.
If rcni want to get rorn; at bottom
figure, go to the "old reliable" More of
Tic?', fichus veiN and verything you
need, at Mrs. Mcltnde's,
New spring drr good opened thU
dav. A. S. Mnrr-h.
Reduction in Wall Paper !
Now i the time to buy wall paprr at
Brown- Furniture Store, as the prttv
hac been reduced from live to ten cent
on a roll. -II -if
The bent place in the Vallev to
your hat und bonnet, at '.Mrs.
The co-partnership heretofore ex
isting tatween Thoniai J. Ward and
Ora It. Kverrt t d.in; hu.iues in the
town of Cowlcs. Wrb-tcr countv. .Wb..
under firm name of Ward Sc Everett. i
this day dicsnlvcd by mutual con-cut,
all Mrcoii4 indebted to said tirm are
requested to settle with Ora If. Everett
who will continue the huMne audi"
authorized to collect and settle claim
due caid firn.
May 12th, 1SS0. TiiomsJ. Vnv.
41-W-3 Oka II. KVERCTT.
Peaehblow potatoc- can now be bad
by calling at the store ot W. B. Robv.
Fayal hat in the latest color., at
Chas. E. Putnam, of the Flour ,t Feed
store, has ju.it received a car load of
choice Peaehblow potatoes from Iowa.
These potatoes are offered cheap, call
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Ladies, a word with you, nice mil
linery goods to look My fish and to.-how
off to the best advantage inii.-l be put
on by u first cla.-s milliner, and the
only place in Red Cloud where von run
get that done is at Mrs,
door north of the Bank.
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.SntiNt: V.U.I.KY, Ai-kii. i5th, 18S0.
Priiuc Notick Is hereby given, that
we will not be resnensible 'for. or iav
any indebtedness for, or on account
sub-contractors, except upon our writ
ten order, specifying amount and time
of pavment. Also we will not be re
sponsible for the payment of labor of
sub-contractor's, employees, to any
greater amount than liiay be owing
to sub-contractors tion eMimatcs for
work done, and all claims for labor
muM be made to us. befor payment of
eMiniates, or they will be deemed and
heM to be waived.
Rky.voi.ds it .S.rur.n.
Spring Valley A. Fairburv Div., Ben.
Valley It. R. 4UI-S
Medical men, both Allopathic and
Honuepathie, concur that the Mrong
alkali contained in common .Saleratus
and Soda is detrimental to health, and
paves the way for di-ease. They aNo
occur that J. Monroe Taylor's Cold
Medal Soda or Saleratus is the only
perfectly harmless article in the market
which can be relied upon. l'.-e it with
cream tartar. Call on the Grocers for
it. Their depot is 112 Liberty St., New
Disappointment- are frequently gro
viotis to bear, but having received let
ters almost daily from parties who have
been 'happily di.-ap pointed' were re
late their experience which will be
profitable for every one to remember.
Thousands have written to the proprie
tors of Kendall's Spavin Cure, Mating
that they began using Jt without any
faith that it would cure pavius, but
had been happily disappointed as it
dad completely cured the spavin and
removed the bunch without blistering,
and aftrr uninp it for various purposes,
all state freely that they find it the very
best liniment ever used for any lame
ness on beasr or man. Plea.-e read the
advertisement for Kendall's Spavin
Sugar Cured Ham's, A. S. Marsii.
Trimmed htt 75cts. and upwards, at
Try onr dried beef. A. S. Marsh.
A nice line of ftDcy Ribbons and Tics
at Mrs. Fowlerd.
The hiehet marked prico paid for
Eggs and Butter. A. S. Marsh.
Wall paper in great vcriety at
French kid button shoes for $5.00,
A. S. Marsh.
A large line of elegant dress buttons at
New goods erery week. Don't fail to
get prices. A. S. Marsh.
Window shade. and fixture, at
Brown's furniture store.
We open this week a new tock of
Dry Goods. A. S. Marsh.
Men's boots and plow "hoes. New
goods at a bargain. Marsh has them.
Don't forget to pat ont tree?, Putnam
has any amount of them.
New stock of Ladies and Childrens
shoes jast opened. A. S. Marsh.
Go and see tbe fine stock of furniture
at Brown's, before purchasing elsewhere.
Ladies call at Mrs. Fowler and fcc the
largest stock of millinery goods in the
If yon want Hat's trimmed in tke very
best manner, go to Mrs. Fowlers you will
Go and see goods, and price?, before
bayiag, at Brown' a furnituto and wall
Having Bought the Entire Stock of Goods,
owned by N. G. Liddy, (deceased,) at Auction,
will offer them to the Public at Cost, to make
room for NEW GOODS, Consisting of
DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES,
Stoneware, Crockery and Glassware. A full
Stock of Sugar, Coffee, Tea's and dryed fruits
on hand. Come and see me at Liddy's old
Ladic jto to Mr. Fowler wbtrc jqb (
raa gel atr'uh hat clecantlr and chat i
iy trimmed br a firt cU Tuamct.
Mr. MootKoojcry rralartr df l u
frch milk U the intubiunt of Uh!
"load. Milk dchtrrcd ctcry day, Sua
daja aot excepted.
Wc are cUd to Iraro that C K. Pnt
naia h made arrarjgrv.rnt to npp3y
trrca, Cottonwood. Ah, and Bozcldrr ta
any quaotitic Urjre or rualL
Kinney k Roner brown Le born etc
for N I1..VJ per dot
37 4-w Miw. V. H. Hour. '
Not the t'roan of Kinp nor the Crown
of Glory, but the Crown cwir Machine,
the latent, and beM machine in the Mar
art. it will pay you to call at the Il
Office and pre it befnre you pureha-c'
For Sale by M. B. McNirr.
If You Want Bargains
Call at NehouM. where you can gel
White Good. Gingham, Shirtitt,
DreM Goods, Flannels IWlin, J-an,
Ho-iery, Carpet. I larubtircs. Toilet Scis,
Ruchcx, Toys. Grocetie. and a greit
variety of othr good -ery cheap for
cah. The good wi!l he cloed 01,
call early and get bargain.
37-if K. Nr.wuousE.
MONEY TO LOAN?
Money to prove un with on final iC'
ceipt, or on deeded land at S per. cent,
and 1-62 per cent, eoujmi ion. or at
straight 10 percent, no oinnu-.ion.
J. so. K. Wn.uox.
Office next door to Chief ofliee. 30tf
Final Proof Xo fires.
Land 0t at IiloumiDKtna Nrb Jlr 17th. lv).
Notir. i. herrr in that Ihe fnlluwiot
named irttlcr ha filcl nutlfp of hi intention to
make final proof in mriKirt of bi.rUirn, and
ifcare final entry tlirrrif before Jaror A. TmI
Iy. clrrk of court In Wehtter county at bit f-ft-r
in Kef Cloud Neb., on --aturd. Jane 1'.'.
Auru't L IVoliKr. IIM. entry Ko :n'1. for the
K Ss W ' and W , .s K Srr. ;f. town I
rmnge It wet, and tiarae the folio Inc f hi.
witne-UM. to trnve routinunuf residence on and
cultivation of ld tract tu. HlJii.tn Vanlikp
Friedrich Wnbbrrni4U. Auut Wohborruar. and
Andrew J. Rennccker, all ot Ked 'lnd. Vebr.
maySOjunei; S. W SW1TZKK. Kegijifer.
Land Office at llloomingtoii Neb. May. Uth. hv).
Notici U herebr riven that the tullnvin.
named eltler ha filed notico of hi intention to
court ot Webster county. Nebr.. at the rountj
et.nn Saturday the Ulb d of June. !. rit.
Krielrich Wobbrrman. Ilumntetd Kntrj No.
lt'iiO. for the routh-we.t quirtcr. rectmn if"..
town 1. ranee 11 west, and ii.ttnr.-. the lollnwma
as hi utnrsse, tM (irute contiuuou residenrr
uM.n anl culliration of ni 1 tract, vu. I liarlo
(at. I.udwic Woltrr. Charles Wobberuian and
Aua-ii't W.ibocruin all if Ited I lou I, Neb.
tnayaljuuelo S. W. SU I rZKK. hectster.
Land Office at Hlooininzton Neb. Jay tth. la o.
Notice i hereby g Ten that the following
named settler has filed notlc f hi inteniiun to
make final proof in support of hi claim, nn 1 se
caro finnl entry thereof, before Jatues A. Tul
le. clerk of tno court of Welxter county, at
hit office in Ked ('loud. Neb. vu Krid.y. June
4tb. 1". u.
Krii't Miller, of IIIiib Hill Nrb. IIM aMlirn
tinn 1731. f .r the northeast ' ser 11 town t rauire
10 west, and names the following- as hi witne.s
e to prore continuous residence on and cultiva
tion of aiid tract. ix: Albert lll'juienlhal.
Auicust lllumetithal.Ott. Moscnten. a.id Ceorae
(le.s ullof U.uc Hill Neb
tnaojunr.t S. W. Ewitikr. Hrs-ister.
Land Office at lllooininaton Neb. .ljy lib. K-0.
Notion is hereby ciren that the followinc
namid settler hx filed notfe l hi intention lo
make final proof in support of hi claim, and
securo final entry thrrcof before Jamr A Tul
ler. elrr ot the court in Vebter county at hs
oihce in Ked Cloud Seb.. on saturou) June.'ili.
Absalom Hutler. HM. applicotton No. 11.9.
for the north-wet quarter. Se. 11. town I,
range 11 west, aini names the followinc his
witnesM. to jrove continuous residence upon
and cu.tivation of mid tract vi: Itichar.i S.
Spicknall. Norrntn SpnriKrr. .'eoreo V, Drown,
and Hla. . Wells, all of Well-. Nh.
iua;juneJ . W. SWir.KR. KeKister.
Land Office at llloomincton Neb. April. S5,lvrt.
Notice is hereby siren that the following
named settler ha filed notion of his indention to
make final proof in support ot lii claim, and se
cure Gr.al entry thereof before Jatnes A.TuI
leys clerk of court in Wohster county, at hi"
ortice in Red Cloud Nch., on tho ?.th djy of
May. 1SS0. vu:
Richard Lewis, of Clorerton. Nebr. Home
stead Kntry. No. IIM. for the north-eat li.firo
ll. town 4. rn-e II wtst. and imtcc the follow
inc aA hit witnvses, to prote continuous resi
dence upen and caltiration of sail tract, tu.
Alooto fobin. Laurence A. Tobin. WiliMtn K.
Thorn and Charles Churchill, all of Wells. Neb.
apriimiay-JT S. W. JjWITZKR. Ketister.
Land Office at Tlootnint ton. Neb . Jfay 1th. IsV).
f'omplaint harins; been entered at this office
by (leorye W. Well, against .Newman J. Powell,
f-ir abandoninc his Timber Culture entry N.
2313. dated December 6th. 1S"S. ujon tho North
Kaat'. Section I. Township'.! N. Rauao lu W,
in Webter county, Nebraska, with a ricw t
tbe cancellation of said entry: the said parties
are hereby summoned to apix-ar at this OCice on
the 15th day of July. -. at V o'clock a m . to
respond and furnish testimony concerning said
Omo. W. Uoastr. S. W. w-iTixt.
LZ0AL I'OTICS. '-
Whereas Henry Jennine." and Elixtbeth Jen
nirrs. his wife, pjrents and lawful cuar.leani of
Sarah Rowland a minor, did on the ITtb eay of
vay 1-rAmakeas atementm writing .Inly sworn
to and subscribed Jn the presence t two witnes
es bafore me. C. Vi. Kaley. County Judge in and
for webstcr county Neb., that they totuntar'Iy
relinquish all right to tbe custody and jxiwer
and control orer b'arab Rowland, a minor child,
to the end that the said .Sarah Rowland shall be
fully adopted by V'. K.Jackson, of Red Gaud
And whereas the Mid IV. K. Jsekson did on
the tame date make a statement in writiag duly
sworn to and subscribed before me in tbe pres
ence of two wttne-ie that h freely and solan
tarily adop the said tarah Itowland as hf. own
child, and has made application to this court
for a decree of adoption in accopUoce with said
lost mentioned su lenient.
Now therefore all p-r"ns interested in said
matter are commanded to be and appear before
me Charles W. Ka'cy. tunty Judge in and for
Webster county, on toe 14dy of June. A. IM.-.
to show cause if anr there be whr such decree
should nit be granted. An1 publication hereof
snail be ma'le 10 tbe Re.l Cloud Otter, a paper
published and of general circulation, in ssid
county for three evDieeutire weeks from date
Iated at Red Cloud. Neb . May 1. A. D. 1.
CUAS. W. KALKY.
County Jo 'ge.
In and tor Wets-ter Co- Nebraska.
Notice ij hereby giren. that I will examine
all person who miy desire ti offer tbemselr
it candidates lor teachers of the primary or ,
common schools of 'A'ebsier county, at Ited ,
(load on the firs: fc,atnrdy in the m-nthnf,
VeSiruarr. Jar Aorat and November: At ,
Blue Hill on the first Saturday in the month' of
January. April. July and October. At liaide
Rock os the fiirst Saturday in the xsosthi of
March. June. September and Heermber.
Examinations to commence at S o'clock a. v.
A. A. Pora.
Coanty Scperintendcnt of Public Instruction
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F. .H CORE. Jeweler, Red Cloud, Neb.
ami Cheapest Stock of
In the Republican Valley.
Years of experience in the trade, has taught us
the wants of the Farukrs of this great
that in vour
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ot all, we oiler you the best products ot
Drills, Seeder's, Corn Plows with Seeder attach
ments, Sulky Plows, Stirring and Breaking
Plows, Marsh Harvester,
Whitney Marsh Binder, the bkst machine in the
market, Randolph Header, Newton Wagon,
Buggies, and all kind of
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happy to show our
Wc Have also a Large Stock, of
Barbed Fence Wire, Staples. Nails,
All kinds of TIN, COPPER, and SHEET
IRON VVORK.done on short notice.
Call and Examine Goods, and get Prices.
t Rcd Cloud, April 27th,
to the Largest, Hcst,
Success lies the interest
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the Interest or our t'uatoincra.
(looiN. Give ua a call.
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