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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1880)
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Proprietor of tho
CITY DRTO STORE,
U DfcakKK IN
A full jfupply of
LAMIs. LAM I' SHADES', WICK'S,
Tatrgcucr solicited and thankfully reccired.
Prcfrrition carefully cotnpuunded"Sa
One tliMir south of (nrberV .-tore,
KKI) CLOTH, XEH.
Geo, W. Dow,
Groceries & Confectioneries,
( 'hoice Tea. Coffee Surar J c.
White Fish & Mackerel.
4'icex. Dried and Canned Fruit. The ben To-
Ijhcco" and Cicntt. l'louracd roc.il cou-
uintly on hand. Egxi. Uuttor
Taken in Payment.
L erj thins warranted to be n represented.
IVE Ml. A CALL
mid I trill lo tou icood.
1ft door north of nrjrus office
Rkd Ct.oud, - Neb.
Moon I Callender,
Dry - Goods,
Boots V Shoe,
HATS AND CAPS,
Drug, Medici iien,
etc.. inc., etc.
A full Ii:i ofi'vcrything kept in a j;en-
raiMoii', at tlie rowiirr cash price
Respectfully, Moon & Callender.
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prop.
Corn, Moat. Bran Chopped Feed and
Visit the IUdCotiil Oroccry. Feed and Pro
vi?ion etorc when you want supplies for man or
Highest market price inensh paip for grain
All kinds ofconntrv produoe tifcon an exchange
forgood. Goodi delivered to nil parts of town
freo of charxe.
Sto-c south of Reed's Tlow Factory.
Red CLorjp, - Nebraska.
New Store lew Goods lew Prices.
Vh'np, Cheap,. Cheap!
Misses fc Children's Scot:, cheap.
Mens' & Boys
BMTC5 & S11D3S39 Cheap.
Hats & Caps
Ladies & Childrens Furs
in great variety,
LOTS OF OTHEK THINGS
GEOCEKTES. grocerie, GROCFS.TES.
Cheap at the
T. If. Sherwood.
IIOL'.SK rLANTS, KIXUVEU POTS,
; 1VIRK STANDS iC.
Nick a.t Choice articles a specialty.
JJext the "old Cbart Mouse.' AVcUter St,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
RED CLOUD, 2sEB.
TLo choict f Kreh meals. Sausages,
Fowls and ereo'tulnein the linetliat tho mar
kd afTord. ttlwpl OUibui
,r?lip two dnotf souUiof Pbcrr drns ?fc.
K. V- R. K Tine Table.
Taklof fM Saaaar. Mw A 1SW.
HAETINOA 0 :10aa
AYR 7 .-40
LUHHILL 7 "SO
UOvLKH fi :4
7 U3 AMH(Y 6 tfi
7 : RKD CLOUD :30
8 1 irAVALB C .-0
8 .11 H1VERTON 5 :41
j:iA TRANKLIN .'. :
! .-o, HLOO.MINGTON 5:(
0 SS PERTH I & :S
V: REPUBLICAN 4 i?
fi v6 ALMA 4 0
7 :.- ORLEANS 7 .00
a iW OXKOHD KR
10::0 AKAPAHnE 5 .-CO
ll:"0 CAMBICIIKJK S HO
hWpiB INDIAXOL.V 2:V)
Fat and wcat Loaud freight traini matt at
Red Cloud at 12:15.
Train daily, except Sunday.
A. B. ToirxMin. O. W. Iloldredce
Ueo. manager. Fujit.
EASTEB1I DI7ISI01T, 3. V. 3. B.
7 :l A. at.
"V ilO r.u.
Train daily excpt Sunday.
O. W.lILiRiutc A. E.Toirzw.ir.
Superiniendant. Ueu'l. Manager.
All local cuhtrtUnnerdt urilcml in for
tin hiilrjinilc Ihne, ivill brregidurhj charged
up enrh week until ordered out.
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Harvest (time) is only a few weeks
Mr. J. Y. Biuti. fins our thanks fur
The Kapublican river hats been' on a
A shooting gallery i.s in full,, blast,
in the old bowling alley.
'A. E. Parker, representing the State
Journal, called bwt week.
The little child of Mr. Chn. Wiggins
died and was buried last Friday.
Postmaster McNitt aoM since the M
of last March over $,000 postal cards.
A number of farmers were at the
court house this week, paying their
Trains now run regularly on the
eastern branch of K. V. R.R. Sue time
The Commissioner? met last Monday
as a board of equalization. They were
tin session three days.
Dr. E. A. Hall ha received the ap
pointment of sisH-Uaut surgeon of the
B. & M. R. It. in Nebraska.
An insane woman living near Cath
erton post olfiee was taken t-o the Aasy-
flum last week, by Sheriff Warren.
Bloomington is afflicted with the
Seventh Day Adventiste. They erected
a large tent, and commenced series
of meetings last Friday.
This is the year for Guide Rock to
hld the 4th of July celebration. What
do our Guide Rock friends propose to
do in regard to tho matter.
A law suit of a domestic nature at
tracted the curious at Judge WillcoxV
olfiee lii'st Saturday evening. The suit
was- jwolouged far into the night.
The Omaha B'-publutuH's evening
edition, the JTev, is no more. Its
editor, Fred Nye, goes onto the Repub
lican as one of the political writers.
We heard of an editor last week who
had become so hollow from depeuding
on the printing business for bread that
he proposed to tell himself for stovc
prpo We arc indebted to Mr. I". 0. Martin,
the accommodating Bv fc M'. station
agent at this point, for information in
regard to the reduction in telegraph
A yourrg. attorney, Caldwell by name,
from Wabash, Ind.r stopped in town a
few days hist week. He was looking
up a suitable location to engage in tho
The Rev. Geo. 0. Yeiscr will proach
next Sabbath morning at the court
house. Subject: Temperance: The
evening meeting given to Sunday
School, Subject: Rob. Raikc.
Prof. Tice is accroditcd with saying
that, a hot eurrenlTof air will .pass over
this countrv during the months of Jul v l
and August, the like of which- has not
occured for- over three hundred years.
Miss Smith, daiirfitnr nt Dr. Smith
Guide Rock, is for- the present a
ember of Mr. WalkcrVfamily, and h-
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completing her musical education--
under Mrs. Walker's tuition. Bloom
Will the editor of the Fairfield Xew
please send us one copy of his paper
iwith the home side printed sufficiently
plain to be read. Just one copy,
brother, that we cau read and we will
Editors always Ibvc, with a- fierce
and undying passion, the man who
conies around to the printing office on
press day to 3ee what is in the paper,
and is too condemned stingy to take a
'copy and pay for it.
TJioprice of old rags has more than
doubled, -within six months. This
would.be good news for editors as they
aiwayhare-plenty of old rag, were it
not fpr the fact that editors cannot sell
rags; they have to : wear 'em:
Ralph Taylor, whods confined in tho
Kearney jail gave the guards tho slip
one day last week and; took leg bail.
He was fired at several time but with
out clfecL He was finally run- down
by a horseman and captured'.-
We have received a copy of the Slate
Fair premium list bearing the imprint
of the Nebraska Fanner. It is a very
fcoat specimen of work and is a credit
to the office sending it out. The fair
will be held at Omaha from Sept. 20th
to 25th, inclusive.
Tho Chihf gives due notice that,
while it is a religion paper, it can. not
make use of religious poetry, and
would respectfully request tlmt the
dealers in this class of goods cease, from
troubling. If it is any relief to yon,
however, you may continue to send it,
there is plenty of room in our waste
Mr. J. A. TttUaj hm btm rrj tack
for acme time.
The lata new from th great Bour
bon circuf at Cindataati s to the effect
that the Sage of Cypher Alley with
draws from the contaat and that Payne,
of Ohio, will in all probability be the
Democratic nominee for president.
Our collector, with hi little bill, will
call on you about the first of July, m
we wish to settle up all outstanding
account, to that date.
N. B. This doe; not npply to nl
acribers in the countrv.
Thc Chief now has telephonic
communication between the office and
residence. The telephone was put up
by Mr. Perkins, of the firm of Bedley
fc Perkins, and works like a charm.
Get Mr. Perkins to put one up for you.
j-o that you can talk to the hired girl
when your wife is out calling.
We have made arrangements where
by we will bo able to give our readers
at an early day. an authentic biograph
ical sketch of the lives of the republican
nominees, Gartield and Arthur. We
will aUo publish correct likenesses of
those men whom the Chicago conven
tion ban brought so conspicuously be
fore the American people.
Sheriff Waircn informs u tnat he
has completed arrangements with the
authorities at Lincoln by which he will
be able to save to the county quite a
little sum in the matter of the keeping
of prisoners. Heretofore the pris
oners of this county have been kept
at Nelson, at an expense of about $2.50
each per week. The Sheriff will here
after take them to Lincoln where they
will be kept for about $1.00 each per
week, which will considerably lighten
the burden of keeping prisioners.
For Fourthof July goods, go to Mrs.
Fowler s millinerv store.
"Leap year gives the young ladies a
gentleman privilege in making love."
Perhaps it does, but no respectable
young man, Hays i. exchange, will
have anything to do with a young lady
who takes a oition on the street cor
ner and wiuka at thegentlcmen ok they
pass by. Nor would it look well for
a dozen or more young Indie.- to loaf
around in front of a church an hour
and a half on Sunday night-, sparring
and knockiug each other's hats oil", and
danr.ing on the sidewalk in order to
kill time until the congregation is diri-mrt-sed,
and then buckle up to a young
man and escort him home. Nix.
Mrs. Fowler will sell you millinery
goods for 4th of July at a very nlight
advance above cost.
Lt Saturday we enjoyed a ride out
in the country, and a look at the grow
ing crops. Wc confess that we was
somewhat surprised, after the discour
aging reports that had been brought us,
to find the prospect for grain so good.
Our observation extended a far north
as squire Hancy-V farm, on Elm Creek.
Corn we found looking very well
indeed, considering the dry spring,
while potatoes and "garden truck"
generally will be abundant. Wheat,
however, as far as wo were able to
learn, will be short, some fields will not
pay for harvesting. Mr. Wigginn, Sr.
informs us that he has recently rode
,over a good portion of the county south
of the river, and a part of Smith county,
Kmwai, and that not more than one
field, of mall grain in a dozen will pay
for cutting, but that all other crops
Taking it all together we do not see
that there is aiy well founded reason
for our farmersv as a class, to become
discouraged. They should remember
that in the eastern states times arc even
harder than in this new country, and
that all that is necessary on their part,
to eventually come out ahead, with
flying colors, is to "never give up tho
ship" but stick to it ami you will be file,
right. To use a common expression,
we have "been through the mill," right
here in this county, and "know how it
Supt. C. E. Yates, the liberal ana
" righted manager of the B. & M. R.
R- Telegraph Co.. in Nebraska seem
determined to put telegraphic facilities
within the reach of every one. The
jiihtly popular B. & M. telegraph lines
extend over the P. fc M. R. R. in Neb.
main line, and the Republican Valley
branches, This telegraph company
has steadily reduced- its rate, ihi1
they compare favorably" with- the rates
in use in populous eastern stiitesv A
marked reduction in rates took effect
December 1st, 1S79. As an example
of the reduction made at that time, wc
noticed that the rates from Red Cloud
to Plaitemouth fell from 73 cents to 55
centfc on messages of ten words or less,
a similar reduction was applied to'the
entire tariff. The result has been
gratifying to the company, and it has
decidcdaipon another very marked' r-e-ductionin
its rates, to take effect July
1st, 1890. The tariff from Red Cloud
to Piattsratiuth will be 40 cents for
messages of ten words or leas;- and for
100 miles or less 30 cenU; 10fr to- J50
miles 35 cents; and 50 cent will lie the
highest charge on a ten word message
to any B. A M. office, when the mes
sage-passes wholly over the B. & M.
lines-. The Western Union Telegraph
Co., charges 30 cent on messages paw
ing between- Lincoln and York. Meae-
ages to Omaha g9- via. Plattamouth,
thence over the Western Union Unas
o Omaha: The-W. U. Co:, charges- 25
cente from Plattsmouth to Omaha. The
B. & M. Coha no city office at Omaha,
Messages to be sent after &o clock p. m
and not dfMverobie until the following;
morning, are accepted orc request at
half the usual rates. These are called
red message, the lowest charge on a
red message is 25 cents.
These rates are exceedingly Eberaf,
and for a new country they are ex
ceptionally low, and place telegraphic
communication within the reach of
TO fLOZ&TO rCTXTZ
The dtiiem of Guide Rock and vi
cinity are making arrangement to
celebrate the one hundred and fourth
annhrerauy of our national indepen
dence, on Saturday, July 3d, IB.
Speeches and tot, music and amuse
ment of every kind willjbe frcelv given
to all who care to participate.
The following general committer in
mflicient guarantee that it will be a
Irving W. Urary.
E. L. Gnibb.
J. S. Marsh.
James 5. Sbcppard.
J F. Evans.
E. O. Parker.
G. W. Montgomery.
Come one. Come all, and partici
pate in the amusements of the day
Order of the Committee.
Guide Rock, June d, Wit).
At the meeting of the Medical Asso
ciation last Sfonday, Dr. Sellers made
a ery sensible "motion" ho "moved"
that the physicians all leave the
country for a short time and allow the
alllicted ones to get well.
Headquarters for millinerv and faucv
goodd, at Mr?. McBride'o.
Miliar Bros, have just receive! a
large stock of canned goods which thev
are willing to dispoe of at a sligh't
advance above com.
berries and vegetables at
JLu-plierncs, potatoes, cab-
luge, radishes etc
Dont you forget that MinerJBro.
have on band the larqe.-t .-lock of good.-,
in town, and can fit you out with any
thing you want in" the dry goods or
grocery line. Cheap.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PIC2KC.
The Ml. Hope S. S., Inavalc precinct,
will give a grand Sunday school picnic,
to be held in the grove on Joe Davin
son's farm, Thursday. June 24th, at
which the Sunday schools of the sur
rounding country arc cordially invited
to attend. Music, speaking and a gen
eral good time will be the order of the
day (J. II. Harvey, Chairman.
Departed this life at Red Cloud, at o
o'clook a. it., of the 19th inst., after
suilering grievously for several weeks
of a disease of the heart, Miss Lizzie
El!i, the second daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Ellis, aged 13 years and 11
months. The funeral took place on
the ensuing day, Sunday at 2 o'clock p.
M., at the M. E. church, attended by a
large, attentive and syinpatbizing con
gregation. .Prayer wjis ollered yRcv.
Itmif mi? mi 'innrnnriun tfltuiiitiriu
..va, . ..fsf. v.,; att mLumiii I
uenvereu iy uov. j. m. i ryse.
Lizzie Ellis was a sweet amiable and.
exemplary little girl, a child "oFthe Sab
bath school which she fondly luved as
her regular and faithful attendance on
two Sunday schools in this place at
tested, in which her teachers and fel
low scholars will miss her.
Of the beneficent effect of early
christian training she was a beautiful
sample, early unfolding into 7irtuo
worthy of imitation on the part of all,
old as well as young, of germs of truth
and life carefully implanted in her
mind and heart in her childhood, love
and obedience to her parents, a loving
care for her brethren and sisters, and
in her last affliction an uumurmering
patience, severe and unremitting as her
suflerings wore, and a calm tranquil
fartitude in front of the last enemy.
Her life, brief at it was, was not in
vain. Of such lives, long or short, tho
influence never dies. And she, "the
maid is not dead but slccpeth."
"Tis not the whole of live to live,"
"Beyond thia vale of (ears,
There is a life, above,
Unmeasured by the flight of years,
And all that life is love."
With this assurance, and that, by and
by, thoy shall rejoin her in the ever
lasting habitations: of the life above, let
the heart stricken mourners, parents
and sisters and brethren, comfort
Depot not begun yet.
A section house 1Sx2S is being built,
and is nearly completed, it is situated
at the-west point of the "Y."
The telogntpy cJJicp is moved there
too on account of the train running
All persons wishing to take tho cars
will have to go there, for they do not
stop up town.
The livery stable is closed for want
of an attendant. Th owner won't rent
it for what it is worth, he want's abouf
100 per cent, on his investment.
Joel Martin, who recently bought J.
A. Roberts interest in the mill property
has his house nearly completed, and
will probably be an Aiityaii before
this is in print.
Hadley yes he is sorrowing, his wife
has left him, but we are glad to be able
to note that it is-xmly for a temporary
visit to her frici.dk in Illinois-.
Elder Johnson gave a discourse on
the subject of the. Spirit, whether cous
cious or not in- the state of death, which
waked 'em up some. Sbmu say he is
shaky on it, don't know, guess they
can't meet his argument any how, he
says it don't die.
The-good rain revives, and we sur
vive. Don't know what will happen
to Amboy, he's a little fellow yet. T
The-Lincoln Journal gets off the fol
lowing, on our Sheriff:
Sheriff Warren, an old scbooi-asate
of Capt. Upham's of (he Capital, is in
the city. Ve don't mention him- in
connection with Mr. Upbam m order
to-give either of the gentlemen away,
but merely as a remarkable coin
cidence,, i. e that both gentlemen act
ually did go-to-aehool at one period of
their- existence- inose wno are ac
quainted with the Lincoln half of the
gentlemen referred to, may have some
doubts as to this crave charge, but we
can only say that we lexroedrt by care
fully interviewing both gentlemen.
Mr- Warren- is SberifT of Webster
county, and comes here for the purpose
of niacins an- insane- woman named
! Oronrlnriff imdpr the chars of Bnner-
mtendent Hatthewsou. at tlie hospital I
for the insane. J
Mr. Charlf Wigjrirw beg leave, on
behalf of hime!f and wife, to tender
their unfeifned and heartfelt thanks to
their friends in Red Cloud, for the
mmy tokens of sympathy and kindnt
,.... . vwn.n-M.itii Km Micir p.iri w Him-
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and cheer them therein
Mosher's Price List.
From and aiW thw date the prio of
fresh and alt meats, auage, fol
kc, at Mother's meat market nill b
steak rnr pound. 10 ct.
Round. Rump and
6 i 7
6 a S
cw:ari urn'. Uhmh,
Stewart linn. Ham,
whole ' " 12 '
Highest cash price paid for fat aittle
and poultry Farmer bringing stock
to town to sell, niav depend on cetlinc
JUMt as much for it at though wc went
10 uieir larm to look at it
F J. M03HEK.
Red Cloud, Wednesday, June 2J, 1SS0.
Tlie latest colors in
Pavul hatrt, at
Headquarters for 4th of Julv goods,
at rf. West's. " 45tf
Keep up with the times and buv vou
a new hat, at Mrs. McIJrideV.
The cheapest Fayal hats in the city,
can be found at Mr-. Fowler's.
I have some dry wood for sale, and
cau deliver it if desired (J. W. Dow.
Co to Mrs. McBride's for Fourth of
Trimmed hats 75t-t. and upwards, at
The choicest assortment of canned
goods, at S. West's. 4.itf
Duplex corsets, suitable for large
ladies, at Mrs. McBride's.
Buy your white fish mackrml and
codfish of A. S. Marh.
A nice line of fancy ribbons and tics,
at Mrs. Fowler'n?
Tin: highest marked price
eggs and butter. A.
Wall Paper in great veriety
New gools every wc'k. Don't fail to
get price-. A. S. Mar-h.
A large assortment of wrap pictures,
CJoTtrCoin fine ,ut tobacco. The boL
m-thehtate, at S. cst's. 4;,tf
Window shados and fixture, at
e open this week a new stock of
dry goods. A. S. Marsh.
Men's boots and plow shoes. New
goods at a bargain. Marsh has then.
Don't forget to put out trees, Putnam
haw any amount of them.
Children's lace collars for twenty-live
cents, at Mrs. McBride's.
Headquarters for sun umbrellas,
parasols and fans, at A. S. Mar-di.
Co and see the fincstock of furniture
at Brown's, before pure-busing else
where. Ladies call at Mrs. Fowler and see
the largest stock of millinery goods in
Down they go, good table linon for
30 cts. a yard, A. S, Marsh,
The choicest and best brand of .smok
ing tobacco, at S. West's. 45tf
If you want Hat's trimmed in the
very best manner, go to Mrs. Fowler's
you will be suited.
Co and see goods, and jrices, before
buying, at Brown's furniture and wall
Crown Jewell Patent flour, can al
ways be had at the -tore of (lias. E.
Putnam. The best Hour in the valley.
Aurora Baking Powder, warranted
to give satisfaction, at S. West's. 45tf
Don't fail to go to the Nimble Six
pence grocery if you want Hour, meal
or corn, 4513
Positively the largest and finest as
sortment of confections, at S. West's.
You can save 25 per cent on your
inwney rr buying your gotnls ofA.S,
Marsh. Come and see for yourself.
A New Hearse.
In connection with my undertaking
business I have added a fine hearse,
which will he used when desired, in
this and adjoining town, at reasonable
rates. 40-tf (t. A. Brow.w
Reduction in Wall Paper !
Now is the time to buy wall paper at
Brown's Furniture Store, as the price
litis l.-cen'reduced fromfiv to tin cents
on a roll, 4F-tf
MONEY "TO LOAK!
Money to prove up with on final re
ceipt, of on deeded land at s per ewit.,
ana 1-62 per cent, commission, or at
straight 10 per cent, no commission.
Jo. R. Wii.tcox.
Office next door to Chief office. SOtf
J. M. Sellers, Physician and Sur
geon, late of Pennsylvania, wishes to
say to the "people of Webster county
that he has- lcated in Red Cloud, to
engage in' a general practice of medi
cine. Particular attention given to
surgery, chronic diseases and diseases
of the "eye and ear. I rarve for several
years been treating Hernjaand Piles,
bf which I perform a 'radical cure.
Will answer all caSs night or day.
Office one door south nf the "Bank,
(Up-Staii,) 45-tf J. M. Sellers, M, D.
SBsaunov or iiaxmsms.
The firm of Conner & Sheppard have
this day dissolved partnership by
mutual consent. D. C. Conner atnum"
niing all indebtedness of the firm, for
the farm at Sutton, also all notes given
by the firm at Guide Rock, Neb., to-
Smith k Crittenden; Keed, Jons fc
Co., and H. Eisencarxk-Cov ail notes
and-accounts due Conner fc Sheppard
at Sutton, must be paid to D. C, Con--ner.
And J. S. Sheppard assumes all
indebtedness of the nnn at Guide Rock.
Neb., except all notes given to Smith &
Crittenden; Reed, Jones &, Co., and H.
Eaesncasi & Co., all accounts due the
(firm of Conner fc Sheppard at Guide
Jtock, must be-paid to J. S, Sheppard.
45-2-w D. C. Cccnrn.
J. S. SHTPPAmnv
Guide Rock, Neb., June Cth 1S0,
If You Want Bargains
Call at Newhouae, when yott can tt
white poiK nnjhams hirUmr, dfw
goods, flannels, dockm. jcjuu, hooerv,
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ler L5t. for th volh-rt l . , Wma I
nnrii 11 ,n, iii uamr. ta Mn tt bi 1
wilarrara. to tro cvntiCUhtu rr.i.Uu .J
fuHiTt,on r i.l Uct. Yj- John lienor.
JtM I text. HalurO. W,i s4 K,i J
HninRxl. all of Ilea Clou J. VJ.r ,
hroclTiurli S. W SWIT7VM lfs... '
Land Offic, t l!Ioom!nrtosr.Xcb. Jan. 1 J. )
Notice i her-by tlrfl that the fotlvninr
riMor-t rlt)er bu fllJ notlf- of hi mirctt t.
maks Anal i-rvof in rurt rt of M elttm.l .
car final entry thtivf hrf..r. Jr,. a t.i.
IrTelrrkof cjr.nrt In ffeMier cnunty. t ht. '
ofr in Knl OouJ Stlt.. on tho J?th ily ,r I
rfaiy imzt ii:
Mcphcn .Medr. H'l.appJIrtln3 V J.r., fmr
(ho nuth-wrtt quarter. ?rc 2. t.wn 1 tntt 1
tt. ttU.l nau-.r. th l-t.lumxrg t. hi. iterw
to pryv c.nttniiou rciJnceou auilrultUnMon
nflllil t.-.. via. W.. tf-tf . . . .
.,.... ..-.. . ,. .j.m.,u ,.c- or. .!)" T"0'
'-.jiiiii .Aipxxnirr an-1 Jutia
.W,IIrr. all of
eni r. w.. .cbrakA.
LanJ Office at llloomiocton Nob. June Mb. H 0.
Nntiea in hffrl.ycTrn that tb ful.wlr.t
naianl ttUr h filt rwtir- of t.M intrntin f
"ft""! I'mnf in tupfx.rt ot hi. claim. aui -cure
fintil eiury thereof, bcf.irr. Jaine. Tut
lr. rlrrk of th urt of Wrb.ter e -unty at
hi efliro in ItpJ Cloud. Xrb' on I nday Julr
lih. lVJ. rlj
John AnN-Mon. IIM ?,S2 for th month V M.ath
rat nirth-r.t S xuth a.t and outh.a.t
J ntu.h-cat '.uartrr rflfr Z town 1 rnoca 12
wrt. and lianiM Ihr fullovtnc a. hit wifnv-an.
fa :roTe oontiu u&u rr.ic1r.co ot-ar ! cultivation
Jf.anl tract, riu Frrd Jluiniurl. I'a.ul J !--.
wrorco Hummel and tt illiam Max. II. all cf
H-.l Cloud. Neb.
junelOjuljS .. U'. FaiTtia. Urfi.tcr.
Land Office at Uloominirtan Neb. June Sih.lWvO.
Notice I hereby ciron that the followinc
named .ettli-r bnwtUii no'Ve of hi intenttun to
tnake final proof in .nrtrt of hi. elaitn. and
eeure final rntry thereof keforr Jam. r A Tul
lej. elr r of the court in Whtar county al hi.
office in Ketl Uoud Neb., on 'a:arday Jaly JTth.
WUam Coir. HM 1611. fur the oulh-eal
quarter ufarctirn IS town I ranan Lfrf. and
name., the follnwiiifr r hii niinron ( pto.e
continuum rc.l!en-e upon ami ciiltirtnn (f
aid tract, tix: Oran Jitnrr. IVret 'Ihi-lt.
William Artavr and Mourn Wil.on. alt of Clf
junelfjalj-J S. V. SWITZKlt. lUriter.
Land Office at Hlooroinaton Neh. Jun lt. J.
iVolicni hereby jriren thai the (ollowmr
ntnel ettler has filed notice i( hi intention
totnakefin.il proof in fuptort of hi claim, anil
jecore final entry thereof, before Jam. A. Tul
ley clerk of the court ot cbter county Nb.
at tlie county at tra tiatardaj- July Kth, 1?).
Ilenrr Rerl en Deelara'ory Statement No.
3ft7t. tor the North North W ttl , and Aorta
XA North Kast bee. 3J. Town 1 North of
Kjmice 12 weal, ami natnei the lollowlnr en hit
witnii"er. t'j prove continuoua residence uiod
nil cumvaiion 01 oii iraci. tii: jonn wrrjin.
Jonaj elle. (Jeorso llc-ten and Iier Down
ail of Walnut rrrVto-1, Wrlxfer o. KebwsKa.
june-l-juiyl. S. w. Sn I TLK. Keuter.
Land Officeat nioomisgton. Nrb. May i'.th. Y"NS.
Notice i hereby airen that Ian fotlowina
named tettli-r baa BlaJ notice of hi inf'nfl'on to
make final proof in nupport of b rUiui. nd
ecure final etitry thereof, pro f to be made be
fore Jaitea A. Tullny.. nerk of tho ourt of
Vebtcr county, at hi oflice. in Ke-I 1. loud.
Nek., on Satoniay, Junn'th. I. Tia:
llarlaa W. Park. HM f plicali.n No. OtTT.
frirthe outb-wcit ijuattcr. section I, town I.
r.ince 11 trtt and namoi the following a. hi.
witrteaana. to prove continuous reilden'e on and
cultivation of ajjd tract. Tit: 1'et.r Ilornbrk.
Jacob 0. AltUad. NeVon "Bartlett a;id Hirer
U . 'futile. All of Wel'. Neb.
maj27juncJl S. W. 8WIT7,Klt, Ret .ter.
Land Office at Kloominctun. Neb., May ttb. l"i.
Complaint harinc bn entered at thi Otnee
by tteoryn IV. Well. aicairaK Newman J. Powell,
for abandoning hi Timber Cullnr entry No.
2W3. da-l December Gth. lSTf. urn tl North
Ktut ;. Section 19, Township 3 N. Kance K W.
in Webster coobIt, Nebraaaa. with n riew to
the cancellation of aaid entry: tbe did pru
aro hereby summoned to appear at this U3!ce on
the 1Mb day of July. 1. at 9 o'clock a. x . to
respond and furninn leatimouy concernioK id
Ueo. V. Dokaky. S. W. SwtTci.
"" SEEIT7'5 ZIV:.
By virtue of an execution rud by Jarne
A.Tullej. Clerk of tha Uwtrict Court of the
Fifth Judicial District in and for the bounty of
Webster aad stale of Nebraska, and to tua de
lircred. in fror of ( 11. Jt. J. McCortnick
ClaintiST. and a-aint W. K. r'sjller dtfea-int. L
av levied on tbe followior lrm:rJl ao-d
anc ?iattels. a the proi.rtr of tbe aaid W. h.
Fuller, to-wil: One Mc' ormiek barrester arid (
self-binder, which I shall expose at public sale
to tbe hubrtt bidder, for cash, in front 1 Al
bert Hlumenihair anloon in ISlae Hill in said
county on the "Ui day of June. 1W0. at y o'clock
a. ra.. to salufy sid oxecution nnd col.
Hated tbe2bth day of May. Wr.
faa27jun2l Jo.a. W. WAaaay.Kh.rifT.
By virtua of an order of axle !ue'l out of
the District Court for the ulb JavitciU Ivtrict
in and for Webter county. Nebr-arta. upa a
decree of foreclosure, in an action whereto
Wheeler Jt Wilson Manufjcturinr C"ompa.-jy u
plaintiff, and Jaine II. Hull and Mary R. Ball
f sVefmdantf. In aecordenee with said pW
I shall otf-r for (sla at publicauction. at the et'
door of I'm Court Ilouae. in Ked Clotd. of aaid
county. tinSitarda. the-Jithday of Jane. A. I.
18, nt 1 o'clock in the afternoon the followio:
deaenbed property to-wiU
The west half of the nortli-wnt quarter, and
toe west bl for t ta-wet juiitr. or aec
twenty. (2J Township inu. (Z) crth of Kane
tveltetl?) west, ol tbe sixth P. M in said
County ol IVeb'ter. ar.d riUte of Ntnka.
iren under my fcasi ai. 2&th day of May.
15S0. J-. W. WAK '..
Wbercw Heary JexBUJa-s and Draileti Jec
ninr. bit wife. ?orcnL and lawful cnaHeaot of
Sarah Rowland a minor, did on the 17th esy of
ay IfftO. make atratesent h wnttrcdalyswora
to and alcribed in tbe preeee of two nilarm
m before we. C. W. KaJey. Coonty Joda io atxT
for weUter county Neb.rtfca laey rorsstarflr
relicquwh all ricbt to the CMt-ody and powvr
and control orer Sarah Rowland, a minor child,
to tha end that the aaid .ara Rowland shall b
folly adoptad by W. K. Jacksor. cf llei CUed-l
And whereaa the aaid W. K. JactsBa did or I
the same data make a statasaeat in wntica- da!y '
iwora to and rabswrifced before Bie is the pre-I
ace of two witaeaaaa Uiat ha freely aat rtHac- '
tarily adop a the aaid Saxah fiowLand a bit 9 wa I
ca.Vd.aad haa maJ applicattoo to thia conrtj
foradereof adopuoa in aecordaacw witbni
lost Bectioned acatesest, 1
Now thareforv alt irncf interted in aanl
Boatter ar eornvmatMlotl to beaad apwar before
maCharln W. KaSey. Coonty Jadce is and for
WeWter county, oatfia lday of Jaaa, A. D.I0.
to ahow ewH if aay share be why tacb decre
choaM not be grwMwi. Ai pablieatinn hereof
ahall bo made in tha fte-i Cload Cater, a aaper
awbliaaved a ad bf a-escral cirrulatioa. in atd
county for threw cvnawswUve wj fr.ai date
Dated at Red Coed. Nalr. May 19. A- D !M0.
CUA6- sV. KALKT.
Oatty J Ik.
la asd for WttateCo.KebrMkav
jiCTici to means.
AtiasiahavwhT ciren. that I wfl er,
allwrvnwhomr air to ommr UemaalTasj
a t"Jidat4sj lor fsaeheit of tha prtmarr or
ensBBoa school of Wabafar wtf. atRwi
Qw4 ob tha lift 9ataray ia tha stha yf
Kasnurr. Jsfay AaffXst ana NoTeaibar: AT
aiaa Mill oa the Cnt atsrd ia the soetha of
Jawawry. April. J air a4 Oetohar At (rtaa
Raak oa tha lint Satsriay Is tk maasu
Jaaa i iTiaaaar asilT iTarsar as r
Mavimr Rourit the
. . . O
will offer them to the Public at Cost, to make
room for NEW GOODS, Consisting of
DRY-GOODS. GROCERIES. BOOTS & SHOES.
Stock of Sugar. CotTec.
.on hand. Come
Lt-.. .j r'
,!1'I" rf Aftr
lv ' J v-' -V. l' I,
your attention to the Largest,
and Cheapest Stock of
In tho Republican Valley.
Years of experience in the trade, has taifght
the wants of the Farmkrs ol this great
Convinced that in vOtir
of all, we olTer you the best products ol
Drills, Seeder's, Corn Plows with Seeder attach
ments, Sulky Plows, Stirring and Breaking
Plows, Marsh Harvester,
Whitney Marsh Hinder, the mtyr machine in the
market, Randolph Header, Newton Wagon.
Buggies, and all kind of
IFATtM M A.OI r I X K'!Y.
We -hull r'p.w' nu ;tl'ort t .ihHt)M tl t Inn rfi i.f tir it- nirr U.4i
hIwm hiippv t.i .hv mir k ""I 't ir 1 !
STABLER, DEISHER & CO.
RliD GI.OUD, - - Nebraska.
We Have also a
Barbed Fence Wire, Staples, Nails
All kinds of TTNv COPPER, and SHEET
IRON WORK done orr short notice.
Call and Examine Goods, and get Price.
Red Cloud, April 27th,
liiuirc Stock of Goodi,
..deceased,) ai Auction
niui Glassware. A Full
Tca and drved fniit
me at Liddv's old
Success lio rhe interest
Large .Stock of .
A WbV nsTM1
AST -3-x'..n' .-t -
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