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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1880)
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Moon i Callender,
Dry - Goods,
Scots & Shoe,
HATS AND CAPS,
HARDWARE & HARNESS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
A fif.I line of evcrvthing kept in ajjen-
e.al otorc, :lt tllC I.0WB5T CASU PRICES.
Moon & Callender.
rOWLES, - NKBBASKA.
sum! USD miMffl.
A. Lnufcrb.iclij Propr.
DKAl.FK IX -l.l. KINDS OK
CANNED GOODS, FRUITS, NUTS.
7BZSH BBSAD.PIES, CAES,Erei7 ITcsa.
Warm Meal at all hours, 25 cauls.
Fresh Oyster- always nn hand. Web
ster Street, mil! door Miutii of
Kalcy Rros. Hire.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
Proprietor of tho
City Drug Store.
ADD DlattK IJT
A full supply of
jamps, lamp shades wicks,
comrs brushes &.c.
Patroiincc solicited and thankfully received.
-Frcscritt)s carefully comtouudedC4
One door .south of (.jarbcr's store,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
G. W. Dowr
Groceries & Confectioneries,
Choice Tea. Coffee Sugar Ac.
White Fish & Mackerel.
tJreea. Dried and Canned Fruit. The beU To
baccos And Cignts. Flour and meal oon
canUy on hand. Ere. Butter
Taken in Payment.
Everything warranted to be as represented.
GIVE ME A CALL
' ami I will do vou rood.
V tt door north of crgn oGec.
jIed Cloud, - Neb.
.--Elour & Feed
CHAS. E. ETJTITAM, Prop.
Corn, Meal. Bran Chopped Feed ud'
V!it the Tlci'CTnnd Ornccry, Feed and Pro
ifiwrstSr when vou warn jnnntiej for man or
Ilidlcf market nrire in eauh nnin for srnin
iAIl kiti'le o! country ptodure tnken m eiclianjo
rr-oj. (ivodv delivered to all paru vl town
re nuih of Keed'c Plow Facmry.
G. A. BROOTItf,
(Eaocceor W. H. Red-
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Ill Kino? uuuo yratur. -
i Kotes furiusbcif at reasonab
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And everythyf: usn-ally kcpfwaL first-
TWO DOORS XORTHF 1ME B.VXK.
TfctSigtat Cult Pri:VTii- fcr Sides
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Iron hand a fall Linear -11 via
R. V- R R. Time Table.
Tk!nr effect Sunday. Oct. 17. 18S0.
.. 6 :.") a. tn.
. 7 Y p m.
i in p. m.
Westward decora- learn ............. 0 :J0 a. m.
arrive" .. 6 :0 p. in.
Eastward Acrom. Irave....... . 8 Oa, m.
arrive........C :55p. in.
Train daily except Sunday.
G. W.IILiiRricit. A. E.TnxAM!.
Superintendent. GenH. Manncer.
On the first day of January next, all
notes lield by us, that are due, and all
accounts due the office exceeding three
dollars in amount, will, without crea
tion, be placed in the hands of Caec fc
McNcny for immediate collection un
le?s an arrangement for exteiiMon of
time is agreed upon before that dale.
Those interested, who do not heed thi?
notice and call in ami make some dis
position of their accounts, will suiely
have coits to pay. Ib-t4
Elinor Bros, sell
Cold weather for cornhusking.
For cheap hats, call at Mrs. Fowler's.
Live hogs are worth from $r.C0 to
Bead the notice at the top of this
Thirty-one snows arc predicted for
Now id the time to advertise your
Don't forget to lie to your children
about Santa Clans.
Get your printing for the Holidays
done at the Ciiikp office.
The Nebraska legislature convenes
on the 1th of January next.
Teams are crowing the Missouri river
on the ice at I'lattMiiouth.
Bead the letter from New Mexico on
tho first page of this Ciiif.k.
Corn wa .-elling for 22 cents a bushel
on the streets laM .Saturday.
Mr. Gottlieb Wegmann, of Blue Hill
has become a reader of the Chief.
Guide Bock is soon to start another
newspaper. It will he printed in Bed
Bev. Geo. O. Yeiser will preach at
the court house next Sunday, morning
Mrs. J. M. rry.se returned last Thurs
day from an extended visit to relatives
in Ohio and Michigan.
The Hastings Guzctlranil Journal, two
of the oldest and best papers in the
county, have consolidated.
(J. A. Brown, the furniture dealer
has moved his stock into the building
formerly occupied by Mr. Calvert.
The Kearney Nonpareil come.- to us
in an entire new dress and present? a
much better appearance than formerly.
If the Ciurr has been a little "thin"
in local matter the last few weeks,
charge it up to the blasted? cold
W. W. Harvey caught about ft hun
dred and fifty pounds offish in a" ripple
at the mouth of Walnut creek lit
Mr. L. Olmstcad, of Inavale, called
last Monday with some cash and a feu
items of news, all of which was thank
Although last Saturday was an tin
usualybad and disagreeable day, the
town was full of people and our mer
chants enjoyed a good trade.-
The ladies of tho Cungregat1oiMl
church are to give a festival Tuesday
evening, Dec. 2lst. I'cn-ons having
contributions for the fancy table are
requested to leave fhem at the resi
dence of Mr. J. C. Warner.
The weather has been extremely
favorable for the developemcnt of the
ice crop which promises to be an un
usually large yield the present seaon.
Some have already commenced the
harvest of this product.
Seward Garber informs us that his
father, the Governor, has entirely re
covered his health and feels much bet
ter than he has for several years. He
will return home from Philadelphia
about the first of next January.
Noah Harvey, who lives up on Far
mer's creek met with a serious accident
lat Saturday. He wa- riding on a
load of hay which tipped over a bank
20 feet high, throwing Mr. Harvey
down the bank and breaking hrs leg.
An egregious blunder occured in the
W. C. T- U. notice last week, which our
compositor swears was the fault of the
writer thereof. The proof reader is to
blame in the matter, too, for he never
looked at the article in question until
the papers were worked off, and then
it was too lateto correct.
We learn that Mrs. Waller, living
near Cowley, died last Saturday night.
She had been very feeble fur s-ome time
and was troubled a great deal by a can
cer on tho fare. Her death may bo
looked upon a a. fortunate relief from,
suficring, as the cancer was said by the
physicians to he iucurabhv
rctermary surgeon- of I
array sends the 2?ew York Times- ihe
following Biple and safe cure for the
epizootic:' Take one .pound gum os
afetida, mix it with one gallon boiling
water Stir the mixture' constantly
ofltil the asafetida is dissolved. Let the
mixture cooLstrain and- give one-half
pint every tKre-j-hQure. Tliis will re-
iieve the hor?e within twelve hours,
and give him a good appetite.. ' "
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Chriritman it coming.
A wolf hunt Ls talked of for holiday
GBEAT BARGAINS in cloaks and
hats, at Mrs. Lutz.
IS pound choice Michigan apples, at
Miner Bron. for f 1. 00.
Mr. Geo. Lybargcr. of Thomasville
was a caller last Tuesday.
Another invoice of dry goods to ar-!
rive at 3Iiucr Bros, store, to-day.
Send us the news from all parte of
the county don't be backward about
For the finest assortment and be-t
qualitv of gloves and mittens in town.
go to Miner Bro.
Bev. I. W. Beed will preach at the
court house on Fridav evening next.
All are cordially invited to attend.
The Ladies' Society of the Congrega
tional church will meet Tuesday after
noon next, at r. at., with Mr.-. J. C.
u nrner. '
For patterns, cutting or making, call
on Mr. B. S. Bet, an experienced and .
fashionable dre.- maker, located at
Mrs. Lutz' millinerv store.
The State Kvangeliat of the Christian
church will preaih at Ayr the second'
and third Sundays in the present j
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iiioiiiii. .-in me vuiuiiun mi nun to Hi
tend. If a newspaper .-houltl contain all
the thing- that all its readers want it to
print, it wotdd have to be bigger than
a bed-tead. If it should leave out all
that each of its readers dors not wish
to read, it would be n blank paper.
Fi-h Commi-'-ionor Kaley can have
a salmon or carp for bteakfa.-jt every
day in the year, and yet have thousands
of fish to i-ell and give away. Who
says it don't pay to raise fish in Ne
braska? State Journal.
The above is undoubtedly all true
enough exrept the "sell" and "give
The Commiioiiers of Harlan county
appointed a committee to examine the
county records, and thry found upon
investigation that some of the county
officers had been guilty of swindling
the county to the extent of $1,G74.S7.
Now let the records of Webster county
have an overhauling it is the opinion
of two thirds of the taxpayers of the
county that there is a 'Vcrcw loose"
somewhere, eKe taxes would not be 8
The undertaker and the doctors and
druggists of this place have ''chipped
in'' and purcha.-ed a bycirle for the
young and active blood of Red Cloud
to break their nerks and their bones
with. It will undoubtedly prove a pay
ing investment, and while we commend
the busiue-s sogacity and enterpri.-e of
the purchasers, we are also getting onr
self in shape for writing feeling obitu
ary notices and chronicleing accident,
in the latest and most improved style
of the art.
We have received from the State
Journal Co., one of their sectional
Maps of Nebraska which is the best
map of tho state yet published. We
have made an arrangement with the
Journal Co., whereby we are able to
oiler the Weekly State Journal, the
largest and best weekly paper in the
state, and tho Rko Cloud Cimi:f to
gether with the map spoken. of above,
for the exceedingly low price of $;.it0
per year. Now i.s the time to subscribe
and g?t the map free and tho two
weekly publications until Jan. 1st ISS2
for only $3.00. tf
The Webster county Anus and a few
other papers throughout thestate seem
to be very a-nxious to have the legila
turcpass laws rripliring the puhli.n-J-ion
of the laws in the newspajier, the
same to be paid for by the people, of
course. In other words, they are anx
ious that the law makers should legis
late a little more money out of the
peoples pockets, into the pockets of
the inpecuneous newspaper men who
find it a hard matter to get a livelihood
out of their business. In our opinion,
and we believe (hat a majority of the
taxpayers will coincide with us, it
would be better if thoe newspapers
that find it ncecssarv to howl for legis
lation in their favor, in order to exist,
would supend publication rather than
that the people be compelled by the
lawmakers to contribute to their sup
port. If the newspapers cannot live,
why, let "em die, and let their editors
and publishers engage in some business
whereby they can make a living with
out the laboring clases being taxed to
support them. The Ciiikk is not in
favor of class legislation of any kind.
A PICNSES QDNS.
It becomes our sad and painful duty
to chronicle the death of Mr. Edward
W. Ed-on, of Cowies, who died at his
residence at that place last Sunday
night, of typhoid fever. He had been
suffering for some time from a lame
ness of the back contracted while in
the army, but was not thought to be in
a dangerous condition until about a
week ago when the fever set in and his
friends began to realize the he was
near death's door.
Mr. Edson was one of the pioneer
settlers of Webster county, having
settled on Elm Creek in the winter of
1S70-71, having removed here from
Illinois, and formerly from Pennsyl
The deceased leaves-a wife-and three
mall children and a host of friends
Mid relatives to mourn his outimely
rt He was indiustrious. and economi-
il, and has left his family witlto- conv-
The editor of the Chief tmT Mr.
on have been close friends for the
tost ten years, having spent the first
iason of our pioneer life in this county
together in the Elnt creek etockade;
auawhile we deeply sympathise with
the bureaved family i their affliction-'
we laily attest the trne worth- ami $
Kmauniss oi wie aeceaseu, auir .m t
tliat one-jf the bravest and truest of
' hearts v stilled when -the soulf .
-JMward Vl Ed-:on passed away. ' ''
"Bo" Syrup, at Ruby's.
More new goods, at Mrs. Fowlar J.
Apple by the barrel, at Miner Bros.
Potted Touugue and Ham. at RobyV.
CjisIi paid for wheat and corn, at Bed
Klin Creek, and Buckwheat flour, for
sale at Roby'.
For the best Hue of millinery goods,
call at Mrs. Fowler's.
Michigan and Uhnoi- A pples, whole
suit' and retail, at Boby ,.
Tho latent nov-Jtie in millinery and
notion", at Mrs. Fowler's.
Roby has received a full ,-toek of
California Fruit new parking.
Buy your table butter of A.S. Mar-h.
Cool as Ice. (R.t in the market.)
Gillrtls Washing Crvetal. Save lnl.or
and toap. For sale by A. S. Mamh.
Fir elegant and styli-h hat. call at
Mr. Fowler's, you will be.-uited.
Hard coal, ?oft coal, and black-mitb
coal at the Chicago Lumber Yard. IJtf
A freh supply of "White Rn-e"-
Atchison winter wheat Hour, at Put
nam's. Bring along your poultry. Highr-t
price.- paid for butter ami eggs, at
Call at Roby' and take a look at hi
splendid winterappies before you make
Everybody to come and
mber at tho old leli.ible Chicago
:r ard. J-lt t"
i.ui.- mr .-ale at the in Nrbra-ka pohtir; a pajn-r that ha- . .ecre final rntrv thtitv.f h,Kt, Jaw. ,. Ti
:cnts :i)icco or three alwavs opito-ed favoritism and dt-rri-' lf el-l (. K,,",,H" "r. xV.'.,,rr'?.r"T"
ll iniuntiou i public ratlin-- ami re-i - ,0- lMcUrr:ih. 1m tii.
for ten rents.
No apples sujirrior to tho-o sold bv
Putnam spl.mtled for eating or cook
ing Bottom figure,- given.
If you want to iurrea-e the quautitv
and quality of mill:, feed your row
ground feed. Putnam will "send it to
If you wi-h the larg-t and best stork
of millinery good- to .-elect from, rail
at the leading millinery store, one
door north of the Bank.""
A rhoire selcetion "of groceries,
canned good, notion 4vr.. ahvay- on
hand at Putnam's Hour and feed "store.
Goods delivered free.
Make home and the little ones
happy, by buying their holiday gift-
both useful and plea-dug, of
If you are thinking of building a
hnue, a barn, a fen re, a corn crib or
anything eke, don't fail to go to the
Chicago Lumber Yard before oti buy
lumber and get prices and examine
It is generally ronredrtl that A.
Laiilerbach make. the best breal to be
found in town, and the -ecrel of hi,
success in the bread making line lie- in
thefart that he uses the superior Hour,
which i the be-t Hour made, antl is
for sale only at Miner Bro. Call and
get a sack and be cominred.
Makiukd: At the resilience of Mr.
Win. C. Laird, in Oak creek precinct,
by H. D. Ranncy, J. P. Mr. Jame.
R. Laird andMissMaryC. Murdaugh.
Though the local scribe of the Ciiikf
eats no cake and smokes no cigars,
(owing to the great distance, nodoubt.)
he hartially wishes the happy couple a
pleasant and prosperous journey down
the stream of life, and hopes that their
matrimonial barque may never be
stranded upon the shoals of domestic
Dyspeptic person, would you be
cured of this dreadful di-ease, and all
other arising from the ue of common
saleratus or oda? have white, light and
healthy Bread and Biscuits' Do not fail
to procure a paper of J. Monroe Taylor'.-
Gold Medal; after which you will
never Use any other. It is the be-t in
the world. Try it. Gallon your Gro
cer for it. At wholesale bv all dealers.
Frank Lsz'.is's ?ap clar tTontb'sy.
The December number closes brilli
antly the ninth volume of this, appro
priately named magazine, for it.- popu
larity is stupendous and that it should
be so i not surprising, in view of the
great intrinsic merit of the publication.
The present number contains a vast
amount of admirable leading matter,
entertaining and alfording much infor
mation. "The Indu-trial Progress of
the South." by J. B. Killebrew," is the
opening article, profusely embellished,
and among other highly meritorious
contribution.- are "Anne Boieyn." by
A. H. Guernsey; "At a Norwegin Wed
ding," bv David ICer; "A Short Trip
Around" the World." by Tho. W.
Knox; "Studying the Weather." by J.
Munro. C. E., and which are all finely
illustrated. There are interesting hort
stories by Margaret Blount, Lillie D.
Blake, Helen W. Pierson, George A.
Davis, etc., etc.; several sketcher and
adventures by popular writers, poems
of more than ordinary merit, and an
abundant miscellany. As the next
number commences a new volume now
is the time to subscribe, and a nio-t
Annual subscription, $3; single cony,
25 cents; sent postpaid. Addre-,
Frank Leslie's Publishing House, 53,
55 and 57 Park Place, New York.
Peterson's Magazine, for Januarv, is
berore us, in advance; and liasouu one
ltselt even. Beside? two beautiful
teel-engraving. a double size colored
steel fashion-plate, and a superb colored
pattern in Henri III. embroidery, and
some half a hundred wood-engraving-
of fashions, work-table patterns, etc.. it
has an array of tales, novelets, etc.. etc.,
such as is rarely seen in any magazine.
Rebecca Harding Davis, for instance,
has a story, one of the most beautiful
..... ;,i.-ic- ..... ,T-t-tt.-, !.--;.., I.
Allen's Wife" gives a humorous sketch, J
that will make anvbody laugh. There
are two novelets, both, powerful: one by
Ann S. Stephens, the other by Jane G.
Austin. Beside these, are other talcs,
poetry, etc.. etc. A profuel illustrated
article, on 'London In The-Season,"
will interest every fair reader. There
is no question, that, in liter-try mserit,
this magazine excel all the other lady's
books. It always perforins', too, all it
IWIIkSf ii iiniiiy ii;iiuiuu vrv, ....
promises, and even more. As a jc
mil offashion, it stands first. It is.
questioually, the cTieipest and best.
Evervbtwlv" ought to- have it. Tlie
termc aro'liut fivo Dollars a vear. with
great deductions to clubs, "and hand-
acceiiiame iioiiaav-gius win oe a vears I iiea-aiii i iku mm mi: in.v; is iuii.-u- ......- --- . -- t . i
subscription to tli'i !elihtful pe'riodi- liable. Ask your druggist. janiatenal reiluctton m price. Mam-
cal. Eich number contains P2sqario ' - tainmg the same high hterarv standanl
pages, and over It).) illusti-ations, with TOYS! TOYS!! TOYS!!! a- in the p.utf but presenting
a hand-ome coloretl frontispiece. Beslev & Perkins have a complete i NEW t AT niACTI L FfcArOBEn,
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5".b: We will furnish "Peterson
antl the Chief, for one vear. for $3.00.
cash in advance, to tfioec wishing to
Tie 2aHrci: ltd & TtIi.
The late PresidemUl election haa for
cvr settled the im- that divided
the country ince the reMhon of bl J
The decree ha- gone forth that tin i a '
nation and not a mere oufrder.i- of
atf. JvCTtWnptlOtl w nn RCCnjpllh-
rhuuouing is-ue of the future L- the
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Shall corporation kitgH rule free '
Ameru-H? .-hall r.,ily ino..Pli.-
dictate the laws made bv ottr ttuti.ial
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...... . .... i Hitii.iiiv ...t. unci iiirL
...... t-i.w: n-j;i-iiiiim.- ajwi iiiit;iiri.'v
them through eiial tudgiuf their imu
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r!niu-eT rhall the giant coriHtraUon-
that control all thj ntililu tn-hvn
over which Ameriraii jirtnluei.- must
go to utarkri n.x arlHtmry extortionate
eu lart. . pajK-T dollar - a- g.i a- a ;;, v" ""- " " .
golddciihir. The national cr-hl inm Rr C I ns,
a-ohdlm-L- and all financial etpcr-' VJ ; '-'" ; H vi " S" w
iment.ng at an end. The oU- .IZzlZV. K:,V.! 'Jjrl'?-" ''
Us utHjit tran-trortattoti and thu r.. i H i f ". tl mm i Mu(n
ic. t ... i...i.m. ...lii. .. . V.. 1 i' bu t" cniiB-tt. riUM.
icetljetoilHuiniHion.f Am.-nc-.i to u,B4n.Ualiitat.6t.f .iJtrt..f am,m
ere nerf-and dependent.- or sliall the' t Maj.B. w i:Um 11 itUft. .nuB
mere nen.- antl ilet
Iieotde whoaf italitv to th.... -.r.
poratton-by granting them ehrtT,
who. have built titr great tra-r t.t.-!
nental rtnd, with nnnrelv -uboidir in
laud and bom!-, eu-rr their ,-..r
1 pass Jaws lur thetr .iIf-irot..tti.Mi. and
-uy to thu-e arrogant mouutMd.es. thus I f"rr Ml tBl" th Ufer, ;., . T.U-t.
r I ,'., .. . t .- i . ' t'rrs ml Vutt In Wikvnitr .. ot h
far oii ran go and no larther! .,,. Hl Ciood .N.k . n iUody Jury
In the coming irrrpresiible rouilut Ifth.lt.ux.
U-tween thr p,opIe and the railroad- ; ,, N.. r:jf ilVt?nxr ,f
tl.' people are bound to win in thr cud. J b ton .: k . ai him., ikr fU
What thev now nntl t able and ft-ar-! 8 tl,f t rt r'iau
Ie- rxjionrnt.- ot ih.-ir right-. swlt a wjl..tn Butr-.m sro, H rlwH,S.. Jmi
rhampion tliov will find m the Omii. lint nd Joch W. Kc. !l f Me llut
Uki:. A Repubhcan ,aprr tlt ha-jaN;- . w swiT7.. UcrfM.r.
roll r.ttir on v and ron-i-t.iitIv :ul.'
ratt.nl lailway regulation for W'ar-, and
ito - dav .-lands allium: alone a.- a Immri
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ted everv attetimt of eonioratioiu- to
evade their just share of the burden- of
taxation; a paper thai bit- never lliiieh-
vi from exposing and denouncing job-;
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beiy and corruntiou- wherever it
Cxi-tS. nor.lcr.3 !J. W. W I rKH.UrfitUr.
The battle ha.- only just hegun. The utrft,7Vl7i Jminst.n. Nei. N .
preliminary -kirn.isii will take place m NilM1 ,, hwhj fUro hat lhe ,..,,
the next legl-latllie. nninnl rttl.r h tll notice of hi inenti.a to
The moemetit for emancipation I wmkr final tr.H.f in m.i-.rt of b. euitu.an.1 -from
the mis rule of , orporation king- ' k rLn rVh!:
h.i Hi.-i been started bv .-turdv tanner-
in South-Western Ncb'ra.-Ua whose rail
for organization i the bugle b!a-t that
will ere long rallv the prmht'-rr around
one i.imtiii.M f u.,r.l '!. tl... .. v 1...
oneioinmon st.uul.irit. lotho-e who
siiipaiuise wan nil movement :um
.111 w ho desiie to be enlightened about
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very other living i-.-ue, the ,IA,lA
Bki: cannot fail to commend itself. j
The fact that the circulation of the,
jski: is larger tnau that ot any papers
north of St. Louis and we.-t of Chicago,
is the be-t testimonial of it- r.M-ellciue
a a new-pa,.er, and the fart that Tin.
Bkk it circulated and iiationi.ei! more
extensively in Omaha the stronghold
of the Union Pacifir than all its riai.
eomhiucd atte-t -nlTn iently the popu
lar confidence it enjoy.- where its aim
are be.-t known, and where it- elVbris
on behalf of the pioducing and indus
trial cla e.- are most appreciated.
In order to extend the circulation of
the Wkcki.v Bi.i:, the publi-her.- have
placed a large number of useful and
valuable article on their premium list
which are to be distributed among
their subscriber- in the-atne impaitial
manner in.it cnaracieri.eii men nr-i
premium distribution last winter. The
1 . i .- .i
aggregate value ol these premium-l-
over . JIS.OtM). Among these at tides
ire -L.tii'iiltm-i m-i,ln iiliv iiioito
aie .igiiuiltiii.il m.u hinet, miple-
ments, household goods, mu.-ical in-
striimetits, silverwaie, watches, jewelry,
The most valuable premium are:
I J. I. (i.-e Threshing Machine
with power complete $1)50 00
1 Marsh Harvester and Binder () 00
1 Grand Piano,....
1 Parlor Organ,....
I Elegant Buggy,
1 ' .
1 Farm Wagon....
1 Molinc Botary
1 Wind Mill,.......
I Gold Watch,
1 41 ti
if., i in
Also one 40 acre farm within
five miles of Grand Island
valued at .. .. 3-0 00
Sample copies and full premium li.-t !
mailed tree to any addiess.
Subscription price. Weekly $'2.00 per
annum; G months 1.00.
Every person that remits prepay
ment for one year will be entitled to
Direct letters to the
Omaha Puiusiiino Co..
Boby is celling prime cigar. 10 cts.
cigars for 5 cts., two 5 cts. for a nickel.
Come and see what we can show you
in the line of Christmas Good.
BKSI.KY it I'KKKt.VS.
Pleasant to take; it give the desired
relief in oases of coughs, cold, etc. We
mean Dr. Marshall's Lung Byrup, Pride'
25 cents and 50 cents. t
BOYS AND GIKLS.
We oflcr you an immense variety of ;
Tov, Skates and Cliri.-tm.is GoimL,
from which to select your holiday gifts.
Call and see them.
Besi.ky &. Pkkkins.
Tir Tiv.l,ir T.iiM-S-nti..nvr.5ifl.
atisfnefioii when once used that it soon '
'becomes a household friend. it is'Nuw Series, a change which will beict a n;.c dr-J," of In- Crcim durias
assortment ot Toys and Lhrittmas
Gootls. Come and see them.
; , , !
J lie nice, lislit. sponiry nreau in:we,,.rc ,-or i the distinctive reputation!
iv iuiteriiacn (ami none win oukc a
tH'iier loai mail ne; i- man" iroiu i
I Sitnorior flfiur r.-ni uinrinr Hour the!
. f .1 l ". I c . .
H ,, d - - rulnani ,elt
.. ' ' ,e
..,...U. ..V .------ - ,
.-. . T-? .1. - !
e crown oi iving-, nor iui,,,r -, -
Pr.u-n nfflUxrv Kilt tlin fVm-n ...m'li!'
Machine, tho latest and best machine
Lai-ia --x- a w . '- uu--
purchase! For Sale by M. B. McNnr.
HONEY TO LOAN!
Money to prove up with on Itn.-tl re-
eeipt, or on deeded land at S per cent.,
amll-C2 per cent, commission, or aij
straight 10 per cent, no commissirti.
a. no eoii-iiiissini.
. A V V - . "r "
to Chief office. ojtf j
J no. K. u ilicox
wmi; mm uwir u vim-i mihiu ojii !
The publisher of the Omaha It in I
order to encourage immigration to I
Nebraska, invire all residents of this
State, to send them names of parties-in
free: 9eml address-
name, Post Office; County and Suite,
This offer will be open from now until !
ill IUII HIUIHIUIU
-.cards with these names toAV
iVIIIllV. UIL atl'Li 114 4-l--l II Jail 4 I U- ; , t i" I
the market, it will pav vou to call at ' moei tne --'cneral deinaniLs o. the may
; Post-Oflice and sie'it before xountelliseut reatleH. itonk?..
getting lip, in Jast in-wnorn-Kinipie copies oi ine . . c
Final Proof Notices.
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j I.an.1 0&r t IUmlnion Nefc N. a. lv.
! Ntir it Lry ei.en that th f-iu-i
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t.i idniu t. .rc mim.' rfiH j
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t'tirbnr AlfDW J-bn hlliihi. Wu4HlarUi.lt
( v. iir..i.n .nin...i. u wi. v.k
oifico in Kcl CI-h.! Neb., on iUkjihU
J 'caiher. lssa. u
! i,m ,ntrr 1". f..r the f.nth.mi ouirtrr f
' ,,wn 1 rmp lo ro.t.nl namt. tfc fvlim(
' '", w'Uif"- to rrerp rnntinuou tfuirnt
llMin ,lllt f uniatn.n r i. tr-u Mv luiU.
KimaiUf-m .imnr. Mnum Juri .Mnrtm ana
murl .Vrlin nil of '.'tA.1T.il?'T.b,.VV
norlcct t. It. few I IZr.lt, ltcitr.
j.m- p. o. vini m t.u AttM tv,t '
"on the suli Jay of Ni.vnubr is.' Jht It. Wii i
i ,rco,Ln,jr!J'il''. ,VV"h,,f",.r"Ui,n,r Tv,,c.i"f '
in an action iM-ruling brf-ire bint liTln Sbi
rbrr i t.la.htifl tnl Jn.nr 1" C Wmcrtt i
ilffntiilnnt, that t rofertjr c nltmj of ont Ui-n-heowhnf
trtn atlc!i"l ui.ler nil or.ler.
S.ti'l cr.u, wnii rnntmucl lo tbi Uth Jaj ol
Jaumry list. t 2 o'clock t. tn
Sin'i. l.nm 1'laintitT.
1M4 l'jr uh .k McNr. Atf) for ITtJ.
Datvtl at Red Cloud Uccrinber3t. IsN).
SUM I IT'S SALE.
Uj- irtn of nn order of al i.d out of tf
Kiftb IiiJi il Il'ftriot in nd fr W'ebt-r ennn
tr. Nclir.ii'kii. iiiou a ju lsrin'M in n cliui
wherein W. K J kion i i-Iiiuti tl. n. Henry
I W. llenter and Libby Ilenfer re defendnt'e.
I I "liH offer for falo at Public Auction. t the
fnit ilnorof tnec 'Hit houtn. in itnl Tl u '. tn
i iiu coiiiny.iuiai ifinc in mt Mare Miftf
: V,c '' :,'nu of ,,',Vi,art. ,"',, ''"'i1' 1a ,h" fih
' l.i- of .i.i:iu:it. l--). it ooo o Vlick p in tho I
MiowinsdwinbeJ ,.rot.ertr to-it Lucxi...
' in block teti H0. of KnNiyand Jockton ldi
I tmn. in Ul Uoud. w elutir rounly. Nhrk.
,vrI1 Ulljermy ,ian1 th ,.,, 3, of t,NPln
ker. I'so. n-u" J. n. w.ahhkn. sheriff.
(7.1 TTEL MOUTH A GE SA LE
Notice In hereby ziircn lhat on th 11th day
of Dccrmhcr. A. I. InO. at 2o.cIorV ,i m. In 1
front of my oilier, in Ihe town of Ittd Cload. '
Webter C'limty Neb.. I will offr lor ! nt '
public auction the f'.IIowinir decribed ir-ictty I
to-wit- tine utall hor nine or ten yearn old. !
' atwi.if W It.-intlv liitrb. till., mine anil t4ll. r.bt I
' , ; . : .:: "'.I.:. ... i .. ' ...
lllllll loot tzilin. wiuic .pi 'iciia 'ir. none
etrij. on none, one jet double h.-fnei. heary
liathrr in roo'I order Theiame h-tvini; been
conveyed to C. 11. Potter btr rhattr! inurlKzi:
by one Nathan W. Snee and Hdwtn J. Soloman
on the Sillily uf March 1KM. the date of raid
j rorded in 111 8 county t erk" ofbee in the county j
tnnrtsiice. and data inortjrusB luirtni: l.rcn r-
s.ilHltoi nticr nni iatc in .iror.uhJ, mi'i inrrr
. ... . . .... i
hein duo :tt the tunc of the (irt tiubliration of
thu notico on Mid tuortirtge the uui ol one
hundred and thirtv-mne dollar anil twenty cu.
SFRi ISO and intTt at the r-t" ot ten i-er ceut.
per annum from the lte of thi nntice.
C. II I'iittkk. Mvrttajree.
Uy ir. C. HriLt.y.hf tt'y. !''
Dted it Hei Cloud, tin 17th day of Nor. I8S0
Notice 1 her-y .- b-.t I w.ll iarolri
ill croSi !. J t trr thMier
ij cauuidstif tor t. . f the priwjry r
n.:ulL0C chi o' . u'ter ctitv. ji Ktl
I'.uii on the Crt Hli.rlay lit t'.e in Dlb ol
'ebitiori. Ja" Alien: and November: At
;!i.c iiill on tnctirji si'inla ia tb inomlocl
,.,..-. rv Ai.nl. lull- iir..l OrT-.ber. At tlutJe
;wl. octhuCirrt .-turly in tbe n.jiitSj ol j
!ureL. June. Sfi'teinM-t .1 I'rtimUr. t j
Lxa'uiu-tiut'i to commenr at VulcV a, a, ,
a. a r.ipi. i
Couny ut erit.t'txKut i I'uWw Initritet on
& First Class Ihguiu for 3 00.
ui:ifcn in fKiri: to
$3.00 por Aii'n. C5 cert: per Icisrer.
A Popular Illustrated Month-j
Ly of Literature, Science, ,
Art and Travel.
Announcement for 1881.
ttli the January .MtmiK-r i.ii-i-i.n-
roTT . M.Ui.iziN'P. ' ,?'-r upon a i
rendering the Magazine -omewnat
lighter in character than hitherUi, it
conductors will spare no etfort- V ?e-
- . - - - - j-,
DMii'i k r i -v-n rrniT.ff icypwf.'
I Ul C I.Vll .l.il' i iu.'1-v...i.. ..- .
I LY MAGAZINE.
Tiie ranid develoiiement if perio
ical literature during recent years ha.-
lieen attc-ndetl not only by a va-t in-i
crease in llie number of readers, but by i
te advance m their re-J
Some Magazine addres i
particular cla e cnga-;
?" in -peciai muuh-. owier- -ee. ,t
to furni-h entertainment, and a healthy j
stimulant to those of 1-oth .-eJtes who
find their bc-t mental refreshment in
nnioncr ine laiicr. ui-i-i.mui i a m dim
LIGHT ATI KALI i v r ur.Aii.-'it.f.
Tf cheme will embrace a great l
r of toiuco. giving sjK-cinl promi-i
n'enc.-to lh0s-c tlutt concern nctunl life,'
. teres8t? joeiai .apect-"", and it nv- j
'l pictures and graphic sketches
j,1 0V writers wilt include man
contributor.-, fresh editorial i
t: ." r -. -ill inclnrirt manv new
!.,.,..... -!! l.f nddivl. and illu-tration.-
carefully executed, will continue to
hold a place.
la Sal tj all wi tzi yryritaZtn.
--- - ' , ,. "- I
Eif "roi"P -i
CUBE!, mailed, post
er portal f Paiat on re'P1-u' -" "
'.-., ,.t I w T T9"BTvT.'ViT' tilt . ? 'S tT.
- r . iv v. rt rruv.iiSt
if ! f rt-- ' --
rr m tolr in he
nM tt M tW IVf
Bmcr to jr i.
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i Iwh w p',H''l al
fir ih oui.--!
,un xm' ifirbrl
J fM...IlXl.lAlJlC3.'l VJ
Which, for Qviaht and l',t taii w.th.mt a lto'
WK MAKL A Sl'rVl L1 Y OF
V-rj'' WT-rSSP " 9
.'It i rices To Suit The Tintrs.
7 it 1
SlfC H O.ldq IKirtCrS
Pumps of every Diseription.
GUNS, KKVOLVP.liS. IKON and STKKLJ'AUUlAn: nud WAGON dTOCrC
HAUD WOOD l.r.MUKIt At. AC AH UiimU of TIN,
Cori'KK and SHKIfr IKON WOHK hi hand
and Made to UruW.
Call and see u, we cm wie you mutiny.
RliD CLOUD, - NKBRASKA.
Groceries and Motions,
BED CLOUD, - NKKBASKA
Tlic puMic crticmllv are retHv.ted
' to cm n mid e..irmn" mr good nod '
prices. a- a !ha of thu ptttiunugo in
Store, fint door north of Mother
n-2G r. NEWiioiVK.
- . , ,
Samuel Wast, I
as: a jti.i. nsr. or iaxy
Ice Cream Parlor,
Where voi r it a'n'jv
V fhare of the j.uMb- patruiMgc U
icpeitfitlly oliiitofj. Kir.t door
iirtith of 31ilc!id! A Mortarfe.
?.tu ClKi, - - NiiMtisst.
mm & Momin
-j--, -rr-y-v piy jj-p,
XtJliX -LU U AJ
WHE2E TOt; CS UCT
Bed Rock Prices,
,, ,vi ti3,
C ! AW
i " - .
i t 1 r I .
ioT ItuU lUUi WOOdcil
gui Die to suc;ciiss
- WITH KK-.
I V-r fr 'b brt l?HO- . 1 rtm ffnb attt
Mrtnl-rW r t'liMtofcr-l S'hC ih ltt
It lI Wis 4nlll r t.w liadeTe-
tMijinU'lpMi wt lUp u W 'r
l.iwyer liar. i , rtiHf. C.,f fK .f Ml
tino$rffu'f II H V m Hi fl I
, ery pr. uf hf-. an-1 -. r4 1 mta (
, thrift tnfratl,n lf.li MtU t a't !.
fr runt tfM Aem Wst l rH
or J"r tune TW klH. wjr ! rvt
li nd aUreitiM -! ar 'km tthve
ply far Utm t II. U tjCAMMR.iH
7-tn rit. !... (,
F'irm r- bo t fii'eutptute prorittif
tip mi ll.rir !mm will bmrn -otnithix
t their ad oit4Ke l.n- m,ni( tl tk
Bnt fun n Onti ,,'Ae tf
n a u b W-&
I all kl&il.
a.y Mil CHEAP Ut CAM. .a J f U,
Lara art !it ya n. !, i.,
rJr tid iUr lil All it.
CALL ON THEM
Kendall's Spavia Curs.
T' ra vt:M U,rlf , dw-ra'.
IV'l i:,:v J X f.r NGKR
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i r.tjr. EKANf-E WILL TKtt,
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ic fSl t ZrtV , lTLI 81 " "f J U1
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