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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1880)
Proprietor of the
CITY DRUG STORE,
-AND IttiLEB IS
A full juijijily of
LAMPS, LAMI' SHADES, WICK'S,
X'atronncc rolicitcd and thankfully received.
a-Prescriptions carefully compounded"?
One iliwr .-uulli of (.iitrlierV store,
KE1) CLOUD, NEB.
Geo, W. Dow,
Croceries & Confectioneries,
Choice Teaf. Coffee Fucar &c.
White Fish & Mackerel.
tirccx. Dried and Canned Fruit". The hcH To
baccos and CigH:n. Hour and meal con
santly on hand. Ktm, ISuttcr
Taken in Payment.
Kverythinp. warranted to he a represented.
!IVi; ME A CALL
and I will do rou Kod.
lit door north of arcus oGce.
Moon i Callender,
Boots & Shoes,
HATS AND CAPS,
('. LASSW'AI! E, QKEEXSWA HE,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
A full line of everything kept in a on
oral .store, at tliei.owKST cash pricks.
Moon & Callender.
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prop.
Corn, Meal. Bran Chopped Feed and
Visit the Red Cloud firoccry. Feed and Pro
vision store when you warn supplies for man or
llighcvtinarkct price In cash paip for jrrain
All kinds of country produce tnken sn exchange
for soods. Goodi delivered to all parts of town
freo of charge.
Store south of Reed's Plow Factory.
ITew Store New Eoods New Fricis.
Cheap, Chtap, Cheap!
MissesSi Children's Boots, cheap.
Mens' & Boys
IB'iDDTS & SIEHMES9 Cheap.
Hats & Caps
Ladies & Childrens Furs
in great variety,
LOTS OF OTHER THINGS
GROCERIES, groceries GROCERIES,
Cheap at the
mf. Jf9. Sherwood
HOUSE rLAXTS, FLOWER POTS,
WIRE STANDS AC.
Xice and Choice articles a specialty.
Next the 'old Court House.' 'Webster St.
BED CLOUD, NEB.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
The choicest of Fresh meats. Sausages,
Fowls and everything in the line that the mar
ket affords, always on hatiJ.
S"Shop two doors south of Sherer'a drug store.
R V. R- R. Time Table.
Takinr effect Sunday. May 23. 1S0.
5 iXi pui
1 :W pm
Vn,t and trct hound freight trains meet at
Ited Cloud at 12:1."..
Truinc daily, except Sundays.
A. K.TounIin. G. W. Holdredge
(cn. raanarer. bujit.
All heal atlerrti.icinnit.1 ordered in for
an imh finite line; nil! be mjnlarbj charyed
up null nreJ: until nrdend out.
Red Cloud will Minn have water
works. Ratification meetings are now in
A large crowd of people were in town
last Saturday, and trade was good.
X. Riehard-on started to Chicago
last Monday with a few cars of Mock.
Blanks of all kinds constantly kept
on hand and for -ale at the CuiKKoHice.
This part of the footstool was the re
cipient of a splendid rain la.-t Saturday
Bring along yonrjoh work, our fac
ilities for joh printing are unsurpassed
in the west.
We want news from all parts of the
county, don't he hack ward ahout sen
ding it along.
Positively the largest stork of milli
nery ever lirought to Red Cloud, at
The -Rev. (Jen. O. Yeiser will preach
at Guide Rock next Sabbath morning
The nominee Air vice presidency,
with the average repuhlican, goes down
with a higgulp.
We have heard of a numher of far
mers who plowed up their wheat fields
and planted them to corn.
The dance at the Valley House on
Kriday night of la.-t week came near
hreaking up with a disgraceful row.
Justices of the Peace will find it to
their interest to interview the Chief
when in need of hlanks of any kind.
We saw more smiling faces on Satur
day after the rain than we have had the
pleasure of looking upon for some
Mrs. Gore departed last week for
Illinois, where she will spend two or
three months visiting friends and rela
tives. We learn that in the south part of
the county the rain on last Saturday
was accompanied hy considerahle hail
which did some damage to growing
Get sick and then have one of those
uohhy prescription hlanks filled out for
you. They can he found at hoth the
drugstores, and were printed at the
Chief joh room.
Dr. Sellers advertises in the Chief
this week. His office is up stairs, first
door south of the hank, where those
wishing to avail themselves of his ser
vices can find him at all times.
To every old or new suhscriher who
pays a year in advance, we will give
one of Kendall's horse hooks, which
alone is worth the price of the paper a
year, to any man who owns a horse.
This offer only hold good until July 4th.
The semi-annual apportionment of
school funds, from the state, gives to
Wehster county $,23o.iS. This money
will he divided among the districts in
the county that have supported three
months school during the last school
Thehridgc over Cedar creek justsouth
of the river hridge was reported wash
ed out hy the flood last Saturday and,
the river hottom on the south side was
entirely sulunergcd, causing a number
of people who reside over there to re
main in town until Sunday.
Three farmers from the north-cast
part of the count' called last Thursday.
They report that wheat has not heen
injured hy the drouth as much as was
at first supposed. Several fields of
wheat in that part of the county hids
fair to yield ten bushels per acre.
A number of the young men about
town have taken it into their heads to
organize a Gymnasium. Mr. Gore has
ordered a couple of pairs of boxing
gloves and a pair of fencing foils to be
used by the boys in their scientific ex
ercises. We hope the boys will push
the matter on to success.
A law has been passed, wc under
stand, allowing homesteaders and pre
emptors in north-western Kansas and
Nebraska to absent themselves from
their claims until October 18S1. We
are glad to note that very few if any
holding claims in this part of the
country will care to avail themselves
of the leave of absence.
Rev. Dr. Lemon preached the dedi
cation sermon at the 31. E. church last
Sabbath. A collection was taken im
mediately after the sermon to see how
much could be raised towards wiping
out the debt of $300 yet hanging over
the church. Half the amount of the
debt was promptly subscribed and a
goodly share of it paid at the time.
The festival given by the ladies of the
congregational church last Thursday
night was not as well attended as it
should have been, owing to the dis
agreeable weather, but about $30 was
realized. Great credit is due Mrs.
Bent, Mrs. R. D. Jones, Mrs. J. W.
Warren, Mrs. Putnam and others for
their untiring efforts and the zeal with
which they worked to make a success
of the undertaking..
Aurora Baking Powder, warranted
to give fiatigiaction, nt s. est a. 4jtt
Uncle Jack Rennecker was in town
last Monday and gave us an account of
the storm at his place on Saturday. He
says that every window in hi.- house,
including the .-a.-h w:is broken out by
the hail, and that fit) head of hogs were
carried away by the flood and drowned.
The creek w:ls higher than w:is ever
known before.his corral and rtock yards
were considerably damaged. Mr.
Rennecker says that he is of the
opinion thathc old man has a par
ticular spite at him.
Arrangements are being made to
keep down the dust on our streets, and
we sincerely hope they will be success
ful. A tank is being erected Iougsidc
of the liberty pole that will have a ca
pacity of 110 barrels of water. Pipes
will be laid, along the center of the
streets, and at convenient distances
ho-e will be attached. This arrange
ment will prove effective in the event
of 21 fire and will make the sprinkling
of the streets an easv matter.
The census enumerator called at the
Chief olfice last week and engaged our
foreman in conversation. The census
man was after "statistical facts." The
following are some of the questions
asked and the answers given:
Do you always go to Sunday school?
Are the Red Cloud girls pretty?
Can you drink much rattle-belly-pop?
Do you give all your money to the
Have you reason to believe that Mr.
Johnson is in love?
Do you ever "irrigate"?
Weri you ever married?
Have you any children?
Not that I know of.
Ever have diagremscruits, corns, itch
Do you ever flirt?
Most assuredly not.
Do you ever steal chickens?
Did you ever tell a lie except when
it was your professional duty to do so?
No, never well hardly ever.
Do you ever sit up after ten o'clock?
Were you ever fishing on Sunday?
Do you covet your neighbor's wife,
his ox and his :iss?
Did you leave the east to escape a
breach of promise suit?
Will you vote for Garfield and
At this point the census taker quietly
folded his pa pel's, and upon leaving re
marked that he had never known of
such virtue, no never!
The choicest and best brand of smok
ing tobacco, at S. West's. 45tf
Jcxe 9th, 1SS0.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present: L. II. Luce, A. II. Crary
aud Isaac May, Commissioners; J. A.
Minutes of last meeting read and ap
proved. The following accounts were allowed,
warrants to ho drawn as provided In
law: State Journal Co., books and
blanks, - - - $ 42 27
E. A. Young, cleaning well, 3 00
0. C. Case, services in crimi
nal case. - - 25 00
J. G. Potter, goods for pris
oner, - - 4 25
Mine Bros., goods for pris
oner, - - 1 53
Red Cloud cemetery associa
tion burial lots. - - 45 00
W. A. Scott, Sheriffs fees, - 110 00
Mrs. Jones, support as
Account of Adams county vs. Web
ster county, rejected.
Report of A. Kaley, overseer of the
poor, Red Cloud precinct, $49.00, pre
sented and approved.
Resignation of T. Cole, overseer of
highway for R. D. No. 22, accepted.
The following appointments were
made to fill vacancies: John R. Will
cox. County Judge.
Thos. Finnev, overseer of highwavs,
R.-D. No. 22.
C. P. Norris, overseer of highwavs,R.
D. No. 20.
Wm. Wright, overseer of highwavs,
R. 1). No.2i.
Jamas Watt, overseer of highwavs,
R. D. No. 24. "
The following new road districts
were formed: R. D. No. 23, south-half
Oak Creek precinct, R. D. No. 24, west
half R. D. No. S.
The following official bonds were ap
proved: J. R. Willcox, County Judge.
L. L. Anger, overseer of highwavs,
R. D. No. 12.
Daniel Cook, overseer of highwavs,
R. D. No. 19.
Ordered that all overseers in Webster
county be authorized to open and work
any section line roads in their respec
tive districts where it may become
necessary when the said section lines
have not" been heretofore vacated.
The amount of $14.67 taxes for 1S73,
paid on north-west , of south-west J,
Sec. 36,-2,-1 1, ordered to be refunded
to E. B. Smith.
Account of E. C. Hawley, overseer of
the poor, Red Cloud precinct, $87.o4,
presented and approved.
Adjourned Sine die.
L. H. Luce, J. A. Tulleys,
Chairman. 0 Clerk.
2 ran psznssirr.
(From the Omaha Kepablion.)
The news of the nomination of G:n.
Garfield for president by the republican
convention was received in Omaha yes
terday with great enthusiasm by the
republican-, who had pretty mnch
ghen up all hope of seeing either Grunt
or Blaine nominated. Inquiry among
the republicans -hows that the nom
ination of Garfield gives general satis
faction. (Jen. Mander-nn, uho is from Ohio,
said to a Republican reporter: It i-a
mo-t excellent nomination. G.irfudd
ha.- been in public life for over a quar
ter of a century, and for twentv vears
he has been in congress. His mititurv
record Is brilliant. Early in the war.
while a colonel, he won his brigadier's
cominis-ion by a substantial victory
over Humphrey .Mar-hall in Kentucky,
aud when nominated for congress, he
was on General Rosencraii.-' staff, in
the army of the Cumberland. Hi
nomination was made without his
knowledge, and wa.- equivalent to elec
tion, the di-trid being largely republi
can. He hesitated some time before
accepting it. He was elected by an in
creased majority; and has remained in
congress ever since, His. election to
the United States senate was as com
plimentary, in regard to being un
sought, as was his nomination to con
gress, and al-o his nomination to the
presidency yesterday. While at Chica
go I had hourly talks with his friends
and Garfield himself, and I know the
nominatian was unsought, and that he
did everything in his power to prevent
such a result.
Ex-Senator Hitchcock, who grad
uatd at William's college with Carfield
in 1S50, said: He suits me as well as
man possibly could next to Grant, who
was my choice long before Garfield was
thought of. I have known Garfield for
thirty years, ami have been in congress
with him, and have always been his
warm friend. I have got every confi
dence in him, and know him to be a
statesman, a man of ability, and amply
qualified to fill the presidential chair
with honor aud success.
Hon. John C. Cowin, who is an Ohio
man, said: I used to go to school toGar
field. He is emphatically a self-made
man an American in every sense of
the word. When hostilities broke out
between the mirth and south, he was
the first to call a public meeting and
address the people upon their duty.
At one time he ran away from home
and drove a team on a canal tow-path;
he was afterwards induced to attend
district school. He then went to the
Hiram institute, where he was at first
regarded as a green, over-grown boy.
But he soon took the lead. He then
went to Williams college, and there
graduated. Upon his return, he was
elected president of Hiram institute,
and that's when I first met him.
While president of this institute he was
elected a senator of the Ohio legisla
ture, and was in the legislature when
the war broke out. He went into the
war as colonel of t he 42d Ohio regiment.
At the battle of Stone River he was
complimented in special orders by
General Hancock for his gallant con
duct. Since the war his record is well
known. He has always been a public
man, and a successful one. At one
time he was preacher of the Campbel
lite persuasion, but the only preaching
he ever did was while he was president
of the Hiram institute.
Hon. J. L. Webster said: The nomi
nation of Garfield is the best that could
have been made, except that of Blaine.
wlmWiLs my choice. I have known
Garfield for fifteen years. He is a
statesman who has an unimpeachable
record. He will do more to bring
about a harmonious feeling in the re
publican party than any other man.
All factions will heartily unite in his
support. I have the highest admira
tion for him. He is a self-made man.
Dr. Miller, editor of the Herald, said:
I concede that the nomination of Gar
field is a respectable one, and in some
respects a strong one. Garfield is a
man of marked ability, and is a fair
To all who contemplate buying
stoves, we would refer them to the as
sortment of Besley & Perkins. Bought
before the advance, and will not be un
dersold. A NEB2ASZA EL077.
In this country it is nothing unusual
to experience a blow, it can be ex
pected at any time, so we perhaps will
lie pardoned if we indulge in a little
blow on our own hook, about the fir.-t
class grocery store of Perkins Sz
Mitchell. It should be remembered
that they keep in stock only first class
goods, and to this fact is due, in a great
measure, the immense popularity of
this firm that has built up an immense
trade during the comparatively short
time that they have been here. For
good goods and low prices you will
always find it to your interest to call
on Perkins &. Mitchell.
Besley fc Perkins are prepared to fill
all orders for first class Pumps. They
have just received a large supply of
wind mill and force pumps, and will
put them in at bottom figures.
Don't fail to go to the Nimble Six
pence grocery if you want Hour, meal
J. M. Sellehs, Physician and Sur
geon, late of Pennsylvania, wishes to
sav to the people of Webster county
that he has located in Red Cloud, to
engage in a general practice of medi
cine. Particular attention given to
surgerv, chronic diseases and diseases
of the eye and ear. I have for several
vears been treating Hernia and Piles,
of which I perform a radical cure.
Will answer all calls night or day.
Office one door south o the Bank,
(Up-Stairs.) 45-tf J. M. Sellers, M. D.
DISSOLUTION 0? PA3TNSSSS?.
The firm of Conner fc Sheppard have
this day dissolved partnership by
mutual consent. D. C. Conner assum
ming all indebtedness of the firm, for
the firm at Sutton, also all notes given
by the firm at Guide Rock, Neb., to
Smith fc Crittenden; Reed, Jones &.
Co., and II. Eisencan k Co., all notes
and accounts due Conner & Sheppard
at Sutton, must be paid to D. C. Con
ner. And J. S. Shenpard assumes all
indebtedness of the firm at Guide Rock,
Neb., except all notes given to Smith &.
Crittenden; Reed, Jones & Co., and H.
Eisencan & Co., all accounts due the
firm oT Conner & Sheppard at Guide
Rock, must be paid to J. S. Sheppard.
45-2-w D. C. Coksee-
J. S. Sheppard.
Guide Rock, Neb., June 0th, 1SS0.
Enrroi: Cmur- We hae plenty of
rain now, ami on the evening of tW
Sth we h:ul a little hail -lorni a &
mile.- it, they ar said lo Uaw fell
large a- a man'- fl,
Jes-e Carry ad CUri Hannry re
turned from a trip up thy R-jmlJicaH
a few ilny- Hg.i, they reported things
J. B. Curry and wife b-ft for Win
on the jib, they tlnmh; the"- xild
find a place where then- wa.- hiut mm
and not quite -o much wind.
Die weil.hug of Dr I.ee d Mis
Emma Brown last Thursday, etolod
quite a little talk, a- it wn- very unex-pi-ted.
UL-lhefd that they he
departed for parts unknoHu
Al-o Willinn Fuller mid Mi!-- Fannr
D.iue. were joined in the Nly ll
of matrimony on the -Mine day
Utir town ha- two -alo-m-. and
another one building, nix! we ar rry
to -ay, no church or school hitu-e.
Beer seems to be a n. es.-it , but schnl
ami church only a iuxur.
Mo-t of the fanners h.i given up a
wheat crop for tin- ear. He will hnc
to live on johhycake and sorgum ne.t
winter. " H. n.
More new good-, at Mrs. McBride-
The latest color.- in Faal hats, at
Headquarters for 4th of July good-.
at S. West's. -t5tf
Best bargains in millincrv, at Mrs.
The cheapest Faynl hat- in the city,
can be found at Mrs. Fowler's
I have --nine dry wood for sale, and
can deliver it if desired. . W. Dow.
Window and door wire screens a
Jone. it MageeV.
Chcape-t and nicest nets in town, at
Mrs. Mc Bride'.-.
(Jo to Putnam for shade trees.
Trimmed hats 75d. and upwards, at
The choice-t as-nrtment of canned
good-, at S. We.-t's. l.'itf
Buy your white fish mackeral and
codli-h of A. S. Marsh.
A nice line of fancy ribbons and tie-,
at Mrs. Fowler's.
The highest marked price paid for
egg- aud butter. A. S. Mat-h.
Wall Paper in great vcriety at
New goods every week. Don't fail to
get price-. A.S. Mar-h.
Gold Coin fine cut tobacco. The be.-1
in the State, at S. West's. 4 itf
Window shad. 1.- and fixture, at
Brown's furniture .-toie.
We open this week a new stock of
dry goods. A. S. Mar-h.
Men's boots and plow shoes. New
goods at a bargain. Marsh has them.
Don't forget to put out trees, Putnam
has any amount of them.
Headquarters for sun umbrellas,
parasols and fans, at A. S. Marsh.
(Jo and see the linestock of furniture
at Brown's, before purchasing else
where. Ladies eall at Mrs. Fowler and -ee
the large.-l stock of millinery goods in
Wire screen for doors and window.
can be had at Jones Sz Magee's.
Down they go. good table linen for
3d rla. a yard. A. S. .Mar-h.
If you want wire screen-- for your
doors and windows, don't forget to call
on Jones it Magee.
If you want Hat's trimmed in the
very best manner, go to .Mrs. Fowler's
you will be suited.
Go and -ee good--, anil prices, before
buying, at Brown's furniture ami wall
Crown Jewell Patent flour, can al
ways be had at the store of Cha-. E.
Putnam. The best flour in the valley.
You can save 25 per cent on your
money by hming your goods of A. S.
Marsh. Come and see for your-elf.
Now that fly-time is at hand every
one should endeavor to be as free from
the annoyance of these per-i-tent little
pests as possible, aud should go at once
to Jones it Magee's and purchase wire
screens for doors and windows. 41-tf
Reduction in Wall Paper !
Now is the time to buy wall paper at
Brown's Furniture Store, as the price
has been reduced from five to ten cents
on a roll. 41-tf
MONEY TO LOAN!
Money to prove up with on final re
ceipt, or on deeded land at 6 per cent.,
and 1-62 per cent, eomniis-ion, or at
straight 10 per cent, no commission.
Jxo. R. Wn.u-ox.
Office next door to Chief office. 30tf
If You Want Bargains
Call at Newhouse's, where you can get
white goods, ginghams, shirtings, dre-s
goods, flannel.-, doeskins, jeans, ho-iery,
carpets, haniburgs. toilet sets, ruches,
toys, groceries, and a great variety of
other goods verv cheap for cash. These
goods will be closed out, call earlv and
37 tf F. Newhoi'sK.
Soda or Salcratus, like port wine,
can be made almost any price, which
is done by using cheap and deleterious
substances. J. Monroe Taylor's Gold
Medal Soda or Saleratus, is perfectly
pure and unadulterated, aud one paper
will convince any intelligent lady that
there is nothing equal to it. It will
produce one-eighth more bread than
any other; and much better to use with
cream tartar. Grocers and Druggists
It is with no small degree of satisfac
tion that we announce to the readers
of the Chief ami the people generally,
that Mr. T. J. Moshcr has again taken
charge of the meat market formerly
owned and operated by him. In again
taking charge of the business at the old
stand, he wishes to say to the public
that the same square dealing which has
characterized his business" relations
with them in the past, will be continued
in the future, and the people can al
ways depend on getting the very best
meats, sausages, fowls &c, at the old
stand, that the country produces. 2-w
Spbckg Valley, ArRn. 25th, 1SS0.
Public Notice Is hereby given, that
we will not be respensible for, or pay
any indebtedness for, or on account oT
sub-contractors, except upon our writ
ten order, specifying amount and time
of payment. Also we will not be re
sponsible for the payment of labor of
sub-contractor's employees, to any
greater amount than may be owing
to sub-contractors upon estimates for
work done, and all claims for labor
must be made to us. befor payment of
estimates, or they will be deemed and
held to be waiveH.
Reynolds & Saclpaugh.
Spring Vallev &. Fairbury Div., Rep.
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Dantr,! rttlrr j.vt fitMl tn.Uf -f hi tutrtiltvu tw
wkr final itcmiIid ru.rl J ho lUira.an.J i
cure final rtury tfarrr.l. bof-ro JamfA.Tut
lr). flerk uf tfie urt of Wir nunt;. at
ki .&t in KrJ 1 louJ. .Nrb- u r i.lar ju
lrtlh. Ki. tii.
JIm An 'ri.in. HM JT'I for thr t.xtth S "l
'ft ' nrtht j wmh ral an.l alht
' ii-r li-ft Tuarinr r-tiaa l; 1 wti 1 taner z
t-pt. an I mbim ihr 1..II..MK c 4 Hit miIm
to irute onitinuu rriiii n-r utt-exl rwlot attvu
f anl trrt. vii Prl HwiHmrl. lUtui lirrv.
;irir- HuitiiHrt and William Maxlt. all t
Itr-I riai. Neb.
junclrul"' S. V. fviTtrR. KeUtrr.
Land Ofitcc nt l!!omipton Nrh Junr 'tb.-a.
Snlir it hrrr cirrB that the fitting r(
namrl rltlrr h Gr noti'r ol ho nitcnlMti t
iiiaV.c fm.il irxf in 'Upi-irt of lio eLiiw. .ih.1
rfurr final t-nlry thrrrof Jipfnrc Jaar A. Tl
lra, rlrik f thr court in Weltr rountj at hi
ac? in Kr.l tljuil Net.. u aturua Julj 17th.
William Colt. II M Ill. for thn Hlh-pait
'imirter ! fpctlrn 1- tunl rancr l mt. jikI
namt-4 thr tulltoiinit a In- we 11 - t.. prntr
continuous re-ilsiirr uxm au rtittira:in
.l trjrt. tn: Orati .lilnr. Pern Thuit.
William .linrr antl .Utir Wl,Uu, all 0f t'j,,.
jmielljulS S. W. SWIT7.KII. KrciMrr.
I.nnil"irii-p nt llliniminton Nrh Juno !!. Il.
JVotirr i hrrehy corn that the 'ftllovrin
n.imnl fi'ttlrr ln filrl tiotlCr of hl intrtltiHn
to in.iVr final (irixit in .tiiport of his rUiiu. anl
rrtirr final rntr Ihcrnif. lirfnrp Jamr A. 'I'ut
r)t clerk of thr oourt of Wclotcr ciintjr Nh
nt the county (cat on Saturday Jul loth, 1-i.
Ili-nry Srrl on I)plar.iorr "-tatrmmt N.
1S7ri. for thr North S North W rt ' , ant A'rth
' North Knt ' Src. il. Ttmii l North l
Knnirr 2 wt.-l. ami nainrr the lo.lowine hit
ritiiur. to proi rontinuou rri'rtn-r tiin
.mil t-iilm rttion of-.ml trjrt. vii- John I'rilm
Jon:i Srllrr.. irirKr llrntrti hiiiI Ulnar tlowtir
allot Walnut rrrcinrt. Vf!rrt', N'rlimaWa.
junr3 jiil I. .s. W. s W IT.Kll. IWi.tir.
LanilOifirrat Klootniuctun. Nrh. .M.iy STith. 1.
Noticr i hrrrhv ziirti that thr follow in;
ii.itnnl rttlrr ha fi'" I notice of hi intention to
imikr final roof 111 nui't of h claim, ami
fcciirr fmal fntry thereof, pro f to hr made hr
torr Ihii.i A. 'Iu!lr) t'letk of thr "onrt of
Webster rounty. nt hit oilier, in ltr. 1 land.
Nrh.. 011 Saturday. Junr 'Jilh, w. Ml
Harlan W. ParX. MM aMdication No 377.
for the "ninth wrt qua'ter. rrvtion 1H. tn I.
rnntr 11 nrrt. and imtne thn follonitiir at If
witnce.. lo tirovr cotiti hihhp rridrti-r on anil
cultivation of rod trnct. ir:Petr HorntrcV.
.IacohC.Altlai.il. Nelfon liarllclt and Klver
. Ttittle. all of WrP. N-h.
may.'7juiieJI S. W. SWIT.KK. Uecitter.
Land Ofllcc at IMoomintcton Nel May 17th. li;.
Notice i hereby uiten that the. f-lliwm;
named .cttlor ha filed notice of hi intentmn to
make lin.il proof in "iipi-ort of ho claim, an 1
("ccure final enir thereof heforr Jatue . Tul
try. clerk of ciurMn Webfler tennt) ut hit of
fice in licit Cloud Neb., on s-.iturdjj. June 19.
Atieut L. Woltrr. IIM. entry- No 21. for thr
K 'S W , and W S .s K 1,. Ve 2.S. town 1
rare II weft, and n.iract the following a- bi
wilnwaep. to prove continaouireidcnce on ar.d
cultivation of .aid tract yir William Vanliykx.
Krielnfli Wobberman. Aiieut Wohberman and
Andrew J. Hennecker. all of Iti-I I'loud. Ntihr.
nmy-JlSunei; h. W- SWIT.KK. Ken.'er.
Land Office at Hlootnincton. Neb.. Jfay tth. Ki.
Complaint havin; been entered at tbii I'Cice
by tlroijcn H'. Wellj. ncaintt Newman J. Put ell.
l-r altaudonin? bin liuilter ultiire rntrr No.
UT113. datel Ilrcetnber Cth. 1S7. urm tho North
Kat . ectlou V). J ownthip .' N. K
Kante 10 W.
in Uetter county. rebra?kj,
a view to
the. cancellation of far! entry:
arc hereby luuiiiioticd to apptjar nt ttiit OSlce on
the l.Mh ilay or July. IVM). at 'J o li;k a. M . to
ie.i oml and furnish tcctiinony concerning naid
vStj. V. DnRsnr. S. W. SwjTiKr.
I5y virtue of an execution iued by Jame
A. Tullcy. CleTk of tho Ihtrict (iurt of the
Fifth Judicial District in and for the County of
Wcb.tera-d rtate of Nrhratkn. and to mo d
lirertil. in favor of , II. A . J. McOirmieV
plaintiff, and azaintt W. K. Kallrr defendanU 1
liavn levied on the following drwntxil cools
nnii chattelt fu the pniprtr of the raid W. K.
Fuller, ti-wit: One .Mci'ormick barveiter and
nelf-binder. which I rhall eaioeat public fale
to the hishwt bidder, for cah, in front of Al
lett Ulurnecthair 'aloon In lllue Hill in naid
county on the ,"tb day of June. l'sO, at 'J o'clock
a m.. to fati.fy .jid execution an 1 cost".
Hated the .-Oth day of May. !v0.
ma27jun-JI Jo. W. Vu, Sheriff.
Py virtue of an order of nle iued oat of
the District Court for the SthJudicUl 1'i-tritt.
in and for Web'ter county. 7'ebraka, upon a
decree of forecloture. in an action wherein
Wheeler A Wiljon Mannftcturm? fctnpaiy t
plaintilF. and -JaniM K. Jiull and Mary K. Bull
are defendants. In accordence with ail order
I fhall otfer for rale at nubhcauction.at theeiu
door of tho Court lIoue. in Ke-I Cl-i d. of raid
county, on Satnrdar. the Kth day of Jnn. A. I
18SU. at 1 o'clock in the alternooa the followia;
deenbed proj-erty to-Tiu
The west half of the north-wrrt jcrtr. and
the we.t half of the wuth-wrt ouarter. or i?!r.
twenty. (UOTowuihip two. (2i Dorth of liance
txelre Ui wr cf the -ixth I. JU in aii
county of ireb.'ter. acd ctte ot Nebraska.
(iren under ay hand thw 2Tth day of May.
15.). J. W. W.M'.UL'V. .
majrjcne2t hherif. f
Whcres Henry Jecninn and E3ihcUj Je a
sia:. hi wife, parent and lawful uardeanof
Sarah Kowland a minfir. did on the 17th esy of
nay If 0. make aatenint in wntisrdaly wora
to and fubsenbed in the presence 0! iwo wito
e before me. C. W. Kaley. County Jode in and
for Teltter county Neb., that they volanUr:iy
reliniuih all nht to the ecMody and P?'
and control over Sarah Rowland, a uim&r child,
to the end that the Mid arah Itowland h!I b
fully adopted by W. E. Jckoo. cf Ked aui
And whereas the fail IT. K. JaeVoa dfl oa
tbe time date make a tatemea! rn wnticc daly
sworn to aad at:nbed before me a the pret
ence of two witnie thai h freely and rolan
tarily adopS the aid iarah Rowland a his oa
child, and ha made applteatioa to tbi court
foradeereeofaiortion in accorlaaee with uid
lot mentioned tuteaeat. .
Now theFefore all pern; intrrtei in aH
matter are commanded to be an-1 appr Uferc
me C haxles. W. Ka'ey. County JoJte in mod for
W ebf ter county, on tae U day of J uae. A. u. lv0.
to iow cacwe if any there be why ch decrte
jhould not b rraa:l- And publication hereof
hall b made in ths Kei Qoud Chit. a pt-rr
puoliibed and of cetera! circcUtion. la aid
county for three eonjeeuliv veelu from Lal
Dated at Red CIoJ. N'eb May l A; I. W9.
CliAs. rT. KaLET.
In and for Vt timer Co- XebrxVa.
sancs to tsacsiss.
.voucuhyi-nielii ana iLxaminc uooos, and get Prices.
3' eaadidatea for tech of the pnaary or
common ecbools of eUter cooaty. at Red
Cload oa the llrrt Satardayw the srntas pf
Kebrnary. A'ar Ausujt ad OTember: At
Blue Hill oathematardayiatae mcathf. oJ
Jaaoary. April. Jaly aad October. At Guide
Rock oc the Sim Satarday ia tie eoataj of
March. June, SepKoUr axd Ueeeaber.
Exaaii&axions to ccavse3 at So clock ju.
A. A. Pora.
Cocatr SsperiEtcsieat of Pablic Iiitracuoa.
Having Houht the
owned bv N. (. Lidd
uill oiler them to the
room for NHW COODS, Consistini; of
DP.Y-GOODS. GROCERIES. BOOTS & SHOES,
Stoneware, Crockcrv and Cilasswarc. A full
Stock of Sugar, Coffee, Tea's and dryed fruits
on hand. Come and see me at Liddv's old
' A. . MAB8H.
RKD CLOUD, - - Nhrsk-
We call vour attention to the Largest, Hest,
and Cheapest Stock ut
In the Republican Valley.
Years of experience in the trade, has taught us
the wants of the Imruf.kn ol this great
Convinced that in your Success lies the interest
of all, we oflcr'vou the best products ol
Drills, Seeders, Corn Plows with Seeder attach
ments, Sulkv Plows, Stirrinir and Breakinir
Plows, Marsh Harvester,
Whitnev Marsh Hinder, the iti'.sr machine in the
market, Randolph Header, Xewton Wagon,
Huggies, and all kind of
.RA.I". . I M V C T I IX I ! ".
"i flmll rjtHri- tin rllnrtt to r-l:tiw tin Ititi it -t e.f i.nr u-i. mi - Iih
nlw a li:it t-i Ihh nr jj-. lint u- . i.l
STABLER, DEISHER & CO.
RKD CLOUD, - - Nebraska.
Wc Have also a Large Stock of
Barbed Fence Wire, Staples, Nails, v
All kinds of TINT, COPPER, and SHEET
IRON WORK done on short notice.
Red Cloud, April 27th,
Hntirc Stock of Goods,
'deceased,) at Auction,
Public at Cost, to make
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