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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 Gallender,
) DEALERS 1S(
Dry - Goods,
BeU A Shoes,
HATS AND CAPS,
H AHD W ARE & HARNESS
ETC., ETC., ETC.
A full line or cvervthinj? kept in a gen
eral store, nt lliu iaiwksT cash l'Kicia.
Moon & Callender.
A. I.aiilerfmcli3 Propr,
DKAI.KK IN AM. KINIM OK
CANNED GOODS, FRUITS, NUTS.
TB1SH BREAD, PIES, CAKES, Every ITooa.
Warm Meals at all hours, '23 cant.
Fieh Oy.ter always on haml. Web
ster Slrei't. ne door south of
Kaley 15n. ullire.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
AKD DCALEE IS
A full Mipply of
LAMPS, LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
COM PS BRUSHES AC.
Patronage solicited nnd thankfully received.
4f Prescription carefully compounded!
One door south of Carber's store,
I1ED CLOUD, NEB.
G. W. Dow,
Groceries & Confectioneries,
Choico Teas. Coffee Susar ic.
Wliite Pish, & Mackerel.
Ureev. Dried and Canned Fruits. Tho bett To
bacco and Cheats. Flour end meal cun
eantly on bund. Ercs. H utter
Taken in Payment.
Everything warranted to be as represented.
GIVE ME A CALL
ud 1 will do you good.
1st door north of nrgus office,
Red Cloud, - Neb.
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prop.
Corn, Meal. Bran Chopped Feed and
Visit the Hcd Cloud Grocery, Feed andPro
risinnsture when you want supplies for man or
Highest market price in cash palp for grain
All kind orruuntry produce taken n exrbango
for l--U. iloodi delivered to all parts of town
froi f charge.
Store muih of Keed's Plow Factory.
Red Cloud. - Nebraska.
G. A. BROWltT,
(Successor to "W. n. Reed-)
C tHit always on hand and trimmed on short
n tiee- Trice a luw any in the Valley.
Etpairin of 'All kinds doue promptly and
Burial Robes furnished at reasonable
RED CLOUD. - - - NEB.
J, L MILLER,
Keep coauntly on hand a full Line of
HARNESS, COLLARS. SADDLES,
And everything usually kept in a first
TWOJDOOKS SOUTH OF THE BASK.
TaeSifi'ae-t Cal Price Paid fcr ifiiet. to the Chitf, which will be sent to any
V "an4 'Tare, -. . address desired. -- V . --
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All local ailtrrtiteitieiitu ordered in ot
an indefinite timr. trill be rtgitlarlyhaiycd
up cavh ictck until onlereil vul.
Miner Bros, cell Superior flour.
Live hogs are worth from $3.15 to
Three button opera kida for 75 cents,
at Mrs. Fowler's.
Call at Miner Bros, and sec the
Full stock of winter millinery goods,
at Mrs. Fowler's
Tuesday of next week, the 2d day of
November, is election" day..
A nice line of beautiful tics and fi
chus, at Mrs. Fowler's.
Two wood heating stoves for sale
cheap, at the CiiiEk office.
Win. Keilly haft moved his office
effects to a room over Johnson & Crops
We are glad to number Mr. James
Ililkey, of Cathcrton, among our new
subscribers. A number of settlers from Ohio-have
recently located in this county near
Dr. Hall has changed his residence,
and now occupies rooms over Perkins
fc Mitchell's store.
Thousands of people throughout this
broad land arc glad that the political
struggle will soon be over.
Co to the "old reliable" store of S.
Garher for ready made clothing, boots
and shoes, hats and caps ifcc.
Vote the straight republican ticket
at the coming election, see that the
name of II. S. Kalcy is on your ticket.
"Uncle Sam" Garher has just receiv
ed a larue lot of boots and shoes suit
able for winter wear, call and get a pair
We have received a copy of the Mt.
Pleasant (Iowa) Jleportcr, a newsy little
sheet, C. L. Morehous editor and pro
prietor. Considerable disappointment was
felt over the failure of Gen. Roberts to
put in an appearance lust Friday night,
The corn crop in the northern part
of the county is much better this year
than it is along the Kcpubliean river.
The wheat crop in that section was
also much better.
Ready made clothing at the store of
S. barber. .Mens and hoys suits to suit
cveryboy, and at prices to suit the
times. Call and suit yourself with a
suit of new clothes.
31. E. Church. S. S. at 10 A. M.
Preaching at 1 1 A. m.. by Rev. J. M.
Pryec, and at 7 P. M. by the Pastor.
Prayer meeting every Thursday eve
ning. All are invited.
Farmers who contemplate proving
up on their claims will learn something
to their advantage by calling at the
Red Cloud Chief office. tf
Miner Bros., arc hsadquarters for
sewing machines of all kinds. You
can get any kind ol a sewing machine
at their store that,ou want, and they
say that they will trade for anything
that is portable. Call and look at their
Mr. Geo. Hummel left at our office
a sample of sorghum molasses that"is
hard to beat for clearness, and, iu fact
excellence in every respect. Mr.
Hummel has made, the present season,
several hundred gallons of a verv
superior article of sorghum.
What is the matter with the mail
route between Cowlcs and Fairfield?
Our subscribers in the northeast part
of the county complain that they do
not get their papers until Saturday,
and sometimes not until the following
week. Whoever has the contract on
that route had better attend to business
or he will get into trouble.
We have received from Inavale a
democratic letter written by a "known
and affiliating" republican. We do
not know the authors object in writing
such a letter, but are inclined to be
lieve that it is not intended in good
faith, and decline to publish it; not,
howover, because we do not wish to
publish the correspondents letters hut
because we prefer bonafidc news letters
to political clap trap.
We picked up from among our ex
changes the other day a paper that was
marKea an over witn -vs. upon ex
amination we found it to be a copy of
the Sheridan Pott, a neat and newsy
paper printed in Nemaha county,
Rush 0. Fellows, Ed. and Prop. Mr.
Fellows and ourself have been fellow
prints in the same town in times past,
and we wish you all the success that
forturic may have in store for you, old
The county Judge of Clay county
has notified prc-emptors through the
columns of the Globe that under recent
instructions from the commissioner of
the General Land Office at Washing
ton, pre-emption final proof may now
be made in the county where the land
is situated the same as in homestead
cases, thus saving a trip to the local
land office. Call at the 'Giukv office
and have your papers made out pre
paratory to proving up, we make out
the applications free of charge.
The editor of tho Chief and those
connected with the office who had the
pleasure of devouring the large lucious
melons left hero by Mr. C. C. Coon and
Mr. Holsworth find it impossible to
decide which of the two gentlemen is
entitled the premium offered bv the
Chief. All the melons brought were
of such an excellent quality and large
size that we could not award the pre
mium to one gentlemen without feel
ing that we were doing an injustice to
the other. This being the case, we
propose to "split the difereuce" and
award to each six months subscription
k Trip Thmik tiw V k& Fart if tfe
Lant week, in company with Hon.
H. S. Kalcy wc started out to make a
tour of the north part of the county to
get acquainted and to talk politics.
We stopped at Cowlc for dinner,
and found everything quiet at that
place except Moon fc Callander; they
were commencing to build an addition
to their store, not having sufficient
room for the piles of goods that they
are bound to keep on linnd to supply
We next found ourselves on Willow
creek, and drove past the farm of Mr.
C. W. Fuller, which is the farm re
cently owned by "Mr. T. J. Ward. Mr.
Fuller is making improvements, and
everything about his place bears a neat
and thrifty appearance.
Wc next stopped at the farm of Mr.
David Francis. Mr. Francis is one of
the old settlers of that part of the
county, having taken up the first claim
in that vicinity. He has a nice thrifty
looking young orchard growing, and
hopes soon to cat apples and other
fruits of his own raising.
From Mr. Francis' we passed north
east to Oak creek through a thickly
settled country over which we
hunted buffalo nine years ago when
there was not a human habitation
within many miles. But all this is
changed, and that then barren prairie
is now made 'to blossom as the rose,
under the skilful tillage of a thrifty and
intelligent class of citizens.
When near Oak creek wc came to
the farm of Mr. Austin Reilly, who has
a good house pleasantly surrounded by
a nice grove of thrifty young trees, and
still further on we come to the farm of
Mr. John 0. Reilly. This is one of the
most pleasant looking homes in that
part of the county. A neat little white
house nestled down in a forest of trees
and shrubbery forms n pleasing picture
and isuuggestivoofacalm and pleas
ant life unrUefled by the cares and
anxieties that haunts the man of busi
ness who is so unfortunate as to dwell
in city or town.
We put up for the night at the the
home of Mr. Wm. Laird who is one of
the old pioneers, and who, since "stak
ing out" his claim and building a
house, had the good fortune to become
the life partner of an estimable lady
who has blessed their union with a
number of children to prattle around
his knee, and, perchance, to be a joy
and a support in declining years.
Mr. Kale' delivered an address that
evening at the school house to an at
tentive and intelligent audience who
seemed well pleased with his remarks.
On Saturday morning we bade adieu
to our kind host and hostess and
started across the country to Blue Hill
where wc tarried long enough to shake
hands with friends and to enjoy a good
dinner at the Commercial kept by Mr.
John S. McClelland, after which we
continued our journey towards Wells
P. O., passing the large and highly im
proved farm of our friend, Mr. W. B.
Thome, wc soon came to the old stage
station and postofficc of Wells, on the
banks of tho romantic Little Blue.
Here we stopped for supper and en
jo3ed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs.
Holl'man. Mr. H. has kept a store at
that place for a number of years and
by fair and honorable dealing with all,
has succeeded in establishing a reputa
tion and building up a trade that Is
very encouraging for the future. But
ler &. Co. is the name of a new firm that
has recently opened up at that place
with a stock of general merchandise,
and they already have a good trade.
After supper we drove a mile and a
half west of tho postoffice to the farm
of Mr. Nicholas Yensen, who, by the
way, is one of tho formost farmers in
that section, and whose sons are the
leading young men in point of educa
tion and natural intelligence in the
community, where we put up for the
The school house near the residence
of Mr. Yensen was crowded at an early
hour by the intelligent people of that
vicinity who were anxious to hear the
political questions discussed. Mr.
Kalcy addressed them in his usual
pleasant style, leaving, we believe, a
good impression of himself as a forcible
speaker and as a sound and stalwart
Wo returned home on Sunday morn
ing feeling that it had done us good to
meet with our friends of the north part
of the county, both east and west, and
with the conviction firmly implanted
in our breast, that no other county in
the state can boast of a more intelli
gent, industrious and hospitable people
than are the farming class of this, our
own Webster countv.
Enrron Chief: The Republican
Valley Baptist Association held its
seventh anniversary with the Baptist
church at Guide Rock, Oct. 22, 23, and
24. The weather was pleasant and the
attendance full. Much interest was
manifested in the meetings both by
delegates and visitors. Revs. I. W.
Reed and E. H. E. Jameson, of Omaha
were present, and added greatly to the
interest in the association. Delegates
came from Furnas Co., and churches
farther west were represented. Sermons
were preached by Revs. Meacham,
Readr Jameson, Shanafelt and Mcin
tosh. The business of the association was
carried with unusual activity. It is
expected that the coming year will
witness an advance in the work of
Homo Missions and the Baptist cause
in the Valley.
The new church at Guide Rock was
dedicated last Sabbath. Rev. I. W.
Read preached the sermon, and Rev.
E H, E.Jameson made the dedicatory
prayer. :ine cnurch is a model of
neatness, and a credit to its builders,
as well as to the generous hearts that
prompted the contributions.
The next meeting of the Association
will be held at Macon, Franklin Co.,
on Fridas. before the fourth Sabbath
"Grandmother" Tipton, the demo
cratic candidate for Governor, spoke to
a crowded home in Red Cloud last
Tuesday night. Though the old girl'
voice 19 failing, he succeeded in holding
the attention of his audience for about
two hours. After he had finished Jaa.
Laird, the old war-horse of the republi
can party took the floor and imme
diately proceeded to enliven things up
somewhat. The meeting broke up at
eleven o'clock, and all went home feel
ing that they had heard the political
questions ably dUcusscd.
Editor Chief: Lat weeks Ar$iw
contained an article on the local can
vass that I think ought to be noticed.
It advises republicans to support Mr.
Kaley because he Is the attorney of the
B. &. M. railroad company. For pure
cheek that surpasses anything the
campaign hua developed. What does
the constitution command to be elected
representatives of the people, or rep
resentatives of the corporations? The
Argiu seems to forget the bitter strug
gle two years ago to reduce the extor
tionate freight wrung from the people
by the railroails. How they chided,
threatened and intimidated until they
crushed the movement in its incep
iencv. Outside the legislature Mr.
Kaley was one of the leading agents of
the B. & M. Co., in accomplishing this
work which has enabled the B. fc M.
and other corperations to rob the
people of hundreds of thousands of
dollars every year. The railroad i get
as much for hauling a bushel of wheat
to Chicago as the farmer does for his
labor and trouble in raising it. They
owe this delightful state of things in
part to Mr. Kaley. The interests of
the B. & M. Co., and the people arc
identical, arc they? It is "to the in
terest" of the people to pay five cents
a mile to travel over a road which re
ceived in the way of subsidies from the
government more than en ouch to
build it, is it? It is the interest of the
people to pay thirty or forty dollars a
car in addition to cxtravigant freight
rates to transport wheat across the
Missouri River, is it? It is to the inter
est of the people to pay sixteen dollars
a ton for hard coal, ten dollars of which
is wrung out of them by way of freight,
is it? It is to tho interest of the people
to pay an enormous tribute to a rail
road, built by their own money, on
every article they eat and wear, and
even on the coffins the' are buried in,
is it? If you don't believe tho B. &, M.
railroad was built with the peoples
money, find out how many acres of
land was given them by the govcra
ment, and what it is worth at a moder
ate estimate. How kind an chartiable
it is of the B. fc M. to work for the in
terests of the dear people. The B. Sc
M. Co. charges a little over twice as
much for carrying a bushel of grain
the same distance that the Eric Rail
way does. The Eric cost about four
times as much to build as the B. fc M.
Co., and hence ought to charge more.
But it makes plenty of money on its
present rates a little less than one
half that is charged by the B. & M. Is
the difference a clean steal on the part
of the B. it M., or i it not? Yet its in
terests and those of the hard working
farmers of Webster couuty.from whom
it extorts its cxtravigant rates are
"identical," according to the lr7iw.
Now farmers and business men of
Webster county an attempt is to he
made the coming session to pull down
tho rates and curb the pqwer of corper
atc, monopolies in this State. Is not
three cents a mile all you care to pay
for passenger fare and about one half
the present rates about all you want
taken out if you for transporting your
produce? Two years ago a measure
something like that was proposal, and
Mr. Kaley worked and lobbied against
it like the faithful servant of his mas
ters that he is. When the new bill is
introduced this winter, don't you be
lieve he will do so again? Dare he deny
that half of what he earns annually is
paid him by the B. & M. Co. And do
you suppose he would dare vote for a
bill that would take hundreds of
thousands every year out of the pockets
of the men he works for and put them
in yours? Is there anything in his
record past or present that would lead
you to believe he would do so? He is
now pledged to the re-election of Sena
tor Paddock to the United States Senate,
the notorious tool of the B. &M. in that
body. With Paddock in the Senate of
the United Suites, to set down on any
measure looking to the abolition of the
Plattsmouth Bridge iniquity, and such
men as Mr. Kalcy in the State Legisla
ture to copy out every measure looking
to the reduction of its extortionate
freight rates the B. & M. will be in a
fair way to riot in its carnioal of plun
der for at least two years more.
To my mind this is not a question of
politics, but one of dollars and cents.
Tu filling county offices I always look
for the best man to fill the place. So
far as national politics are concerned
they have nothing to do with it at all.
The Democrats have no chance under
heaven to elect a Democratic United
States Senator, and consequently the
democratic members will be compelled
to vote for one of the Republican
nominees. Do you believe Mr. Case
could possibly vote for aseedier speci
men than Mr. Kaley is already pledged
to vote for?
N If Mr. Kaley's record was a3 clear
as crystal, I think this one circumstance
of his relationship with the B. & M. Co.
ought to defeat him. Some say that
his record on the county bridge busi
ness isn't as clear as it might be, and
he seems to have a despoeition to steer
clear of it too. Perhaps he k waiting
till the last issue of the newspapers
before election so that his statements
cannot be contradicted. However that
raav be there are good reasons apart
from it whjr no fanner should cast his
vote for the candidate of the corpora
tions. Let every man in the county
heforc he casts his ballot for represen
tative ask himself the question whather
t or a representative of the corporations
I in the assembly this winter, and that
ne wants a representative ot me peopie
will settle it.
Ma rhttd: October 24lh, at tho rwx.
dencc of Mr. Peter Maradcn. bv Rcr.
J. A. Dixoa. Mr. Joseph T. Xorrr
to Mim Nrlhe Whitney. All of
Hplended apple and Jervev
IotatCK3 at Roby'a.
Mystery "Mother." naid a little fel
low four rear old, "If a man i n rni
tcr, ain't a wonmn a myMcryf The
greatest mystery in the world to ., i
that any orr will buy anv other except
J. Monroe Taylor Gold Medal ShIa or
Salcratiu. It cures dyipvpMa. strencth
en weak ptotnachi," rave your telh
irom ui'Mvmr. .avL om-.haif fiu
quantity of shortening, lnidea it lakes
f o little of it to do its work. Try iu
Most merchant x; iu Depot, "l 12
Liberty Street, New York.
MONEY TO LOAIT?
Money V) prove up with on final re
ceipt, or on deeded land at S per ct'tit.,
ana 1-62 per cent, vuniiniiun, or at
straight 10 per cent, no euminUion.
Jno. R. Willtux.
Office next door to Chief office. 30tf
Money to Loan.
At the Bank in Red Cloud, on bet
terms yet ottered.
From and after this date Smith Bro.
t Thompson will make loan- on im
proved farms at htraiht ten per cent.
interest pavable annually at the end of
each year. Xo charges for commission,
examination or appraisal. Nothing
deducted in advance and no second
mortgage required. Partie-t borrowing
from us avoid the customary delay ami
uncertainty of sending applications
tu'uv fitr nnnrniMl Our fiii'iliti.w
enable us to cW a loan the same dav '
the application is made.
G-3m SMITH BROS. & THOMPSON'.
The Subscriber has a lot of fine
French Merino Bucks for sale, bred ni
from Vermont stock, which he will
sell on reasonable terms. For further
information inquire at the Livery
Stable of J. C. Warner.
12-w-J E. I. Wauseiu
Dated Red Cloud, Oct. 25, 1SS0.
At the Hardware store of Besley A
Perkins is the place to get your Barb
wire, your stoves and everything else
in that line that you need, for there
you can get good goods at the very
The above is the text of the lament
ed Horace Greely's advice, and at great
expense our artist has endeavored to
illustrate the force with which he said
Blanks IBlanks ! !
A full lino of State Journal Go's.,
Blanks (the standard blanks of the
state) are always kept for sale Jit the
Chief othce, and at the same prices
that they are sold at in Lincoln and
Omaha. The following is a partial list
of blanks on hand:
Power of Attorney,
Bills or Sale,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Order of Attachment.
Affidavit of Vendor or Lessor,
Assignment of Mortgage,
Notice of Constables Sale,
Release of Mortgage,
Agreement for Warranty Deeds,
Complaint to keep" the Peace,
Ac., Ac, Ac.
And most all kinds of blanks used by
At a regular session of the Board of
County Commissioners of Webster Co.,
Nebraska, held on the 5th day of
October, A. D., 1880, it was by said
Resolv0), That tho following
question be and the same is hereby
submitted a a proposition to the quali
fied electors of ebster county, Ne
Shall the County Commissioners of
Webster county, Nebraska levy, a tax
of two (2) mills on the assessed valua
tion of said county for the year 1881,
for the purpose of sending in the con
struction and completion of a Poor
House, on the west half of section 5,
town 2, range II west, in said countv.
The form in which said proposition
shall be submitted shall by ballot upon
which ballot shall be written or printed
or partly written and partly printed
the vonls "For Poor House Tax" or
"Against Poor House Tax", and all
ballots having thereon the words "For
Poor House Tax" shall be taken to be
in favor of the proposition, and all
ballots having thereon the words
"Against Poor House Tax" shall be
taken to be against said proposition,
and if two thirds of the votes cast in
this behalf shall be in favor of the pro
position it shall be deemed and taken
to be earned.
The said proposition shall be voted
on at the general election to be held in
the county of Webster, or the 2d day
of November, A. D., IS80, at the voting
place in thescveralprecincte as an
nounced by Hie electron notices pcfetetf
in sard precincts.
Which election shall be opened at 8
o'clock in the morrrine and continue
open until 6 o'clock in the evening of
By order of the Board of County
J. A. Tullevs.
ridar vinegar for
GUktt Wsfthins CrytaL S&TcUbcr
and eoap. For al by .V. S, Marb.
Buy your tabl butter of A S. Marh.
CV1 x Uc. (Ik'st tn the mar Vot.)
W. II. ilaby ha, the finest line of
Tolwuxru m the aty. tf
If vou are troubled with rhrurnatmn
use Kendall Spavin Cure. So Adr'u
ML Lyde Hale ban returned to Urd
Cloud and i again prepared t. do
Now Raliu5. California Salmon in
kct, and, Irench Noucat Candv at
Lnuterbach make the iwt of bread,
reason why, he tu Red Cttud mills
Pattent flour. Putnam .-clU iu
Try Kendall's Spavin Cure, a nxxi
remedy for Spavin, Curbs, llmgUmro,
or any enlargement of the juitT. See
Crown Jewell Iatent flour, can nl
way re had nt the t!ort of Chav K.
I'ulunm. The best flour m the valley.
The woman that had the lightest,
whitest, sweetest bread, wa the woman
that tbed the Ked Cloud milU Patent
flour. She bought it uf Putnam.
I can say the Acme Steel Hard Fence
Wire i just what it is advertii to be
pig tight, bull strong, and horse high.
Rutin, WeUter Co., Nvb. 9-t4
We will deliver cobs for fuel with our
own team, to any place in town for
$1.00. per double box load.
1 0- w2 Wmui.vs t Son.
Red Cloud, Oft. Hth, 1A).
We will receive cx-h order for the
next two weeks for hard eoal (nut sixei
15.00. per ton at our coal Iiu:e n
ine elevator. iu-w u kkiiv son.
I would sav to all who want to fence.
buy your wire of Foulks it Sttne, an a
man can depend upon their word nnd
their wire is the Alrongot and be
wire manufactured. II. IVEirrv,
y-U Ititin, Neb.
If you want the best flour in the
market yon hhoulil go to Chas. K
Putnam's and get the celebrated Fall
Wheat Flour, trom Atchison Kansas,
called the Wnite Ro-e. 7tf
Bed Ci-ot'n, Ni:n., Seit. 27. 1SS0.
Wheheas, my wife Ilultlnh J. Nurris
has left my bed nnd board without ju.-t
cause or provocation, notice is hereby
given to all persons that I will not pay
any debts of her contracting whatever.
St3 William J. Nounis.
At the Flour A Feed store of Chas.
E. Putnam you will find a tirct clas
ntoek of groceries, and when in town
you should not fail to call on him. re
member it will be to your interest to
do so. tf
TmjMirtnnt to Agents. The Life of
GEN. JAMES A. GARFIELD.
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Final Proof Notices.
Lan10f5ce at Hloominrton. Neb. OcL 25. ?ft0.
Notice herrhy Wrn that the following
named settler hm filed noticn of hi intention tn
make final proof in tupimrt of hi rlaim. and
ecure final entry thereof. pn f tn l made b-
lore Jaae A. Tulleyn. (Iprk of the Court of
Webtrr foontr, at bit ofaee. in Hrd Cloud.
Neb., on Tueafay Noeuber3th. 1SV). m:
I.nTitER L Iivn.
horotoad JV.31WJ. for the poutbweU iwith
eat li tenth lj routhwt 11 and northwut
loathnttl'i of section SJ town 1 ranteS wnt.
and name tho following a hit i!nri to
prove continuous residence upon and cultivation
ofiaid tract, rh: 7eorc Pool Andrew Hardy
Henry Cnnley and John Stratton. all of Ouide
oeeSnorSS S. W. STVIT7.ER. Reebter.
LondOffice.it Dloomincton Neb. OcL 18th, lfl.
Notice i herehr riven that the followinc
name! fcttlrr hs filed notice of bb intention to
make ftnpl proof in support of hi claim and e
ur final entry thereof bofnre Jam . Tailor
Clrrr of Omrt in Webster coanty Nob. at hii
pHce in Hrd Cloud Neb. on Saturday Decern
homestead Nw.SlM, for the oath eaH quarter
of fection 2 town X range 10 wet. and natnt
tho following a hii witnewei to provo contin
uous residence upon and cultivation of naid
tt. ,' Thomas J Ward. Abratn VII.
Iiayid Franeli and Joha Smith, all of CowIe
octanovSS 8. W. SWITZEK, IWf itr.
Land Office at Dloomioirton Nb Oct 4th. 1M0.
Notice is hereby given tbit the following
named pettier h filed notice of h intention o
make final proofin npport of his claim, and
ccurc final er.trr thereofbrfor -TaraM A. Toi
ler. cUrk of DiM ciurC .f Webster rnnnty.
Neb . at hi 'f3e in Hed Cloud. Neb., on Mon
day, November Sth. 1R). vis.
(Kovna O, HiMngasnjr.
bomrsteail No.711.1. for the north-west anarter
of ection 24 town 4 range 9 wrt. and name the
fallowing a hi witnes-'e to prove continuous
residence upon ar.d cultivation of id trae. vie
Howard Haines. John Keilly. Henry Haines and
John A. Harmon, all of Nerurid, Nebraska.
oct7nov4 g. W. SWI fZER. RegiW.
Land Office at Blonminzton Neb., Sept. 25. ISSfl.
Nnticml hereby riven that the following
named settler ba filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in snpport of his claim, and
eenre final entry thereof before Jamr A. Tol
ler, eterk of the court in Webfter county at his
ofSeo in Ked Cloud Neb., on Saturday. No
vember 6th. IS), vir,
Jamu If. HgLTOf.
horoentead No. 6i30. for the sonth-we! quarter
nfsecuonTI town ranse 9 weft, and name the
following a his witnwsM to prove "ontinnous
residtnee upon and cultivation of raid tract, viz
Joeph Wintinger. Kiehard Johmon and Wil
liam T.Smith of Thornuville Neb. and Arthur
A. Pope of Red Cloul Neb
sep30-oct2S S. W. SWITZER. Register.
CHA TTEL M0RTGA GK SA LE.
Notice is hereby given that on the fab day of
November. i0. at 2 'eock p. eh. at nay stable
in the town of Red Cload Nebraska. I will offer
forsaleat pnblie auction, one gray mare mule
about ten yean old. one gray hine male about
sine year old and one Mar? h rnlky bre-kirc
How. the same havirg been conveyed to see. J.
C. ITarner. by chattel mortgage by one John
Campbell, on the 22d day of April. 1S. the dale
oftaid mortgage, and said mortgage) having
been recorded in the Coanty Clerk's o&te in the
eountr or W els ter and itate of Nebraska, and
there beinrdaa at the time of the Srrt publi
cation of thi notice, on said morUage. the sua
of $1754)0 and intere t at the rate of tea per cent,
per annua farm date of mortgage
Hated at Keel Cload. tkia 12th day of October.
A. D. 1SS0. J. C. Waajrgsj.
CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE.
WKKKa.V. On the l&h dy of Juno A. D. 1M9.
om N. A. Christian gave fcw certain prostjarx
note for two hundred and &ine-(S3b90u.) dollar,
and interest at the rata of ten per eest per
annum payable to D- C Mctealf or order on or
before the 1st day of January. A. D. 1H1. And
whereas, on the lifch day of Jane. A. D. WO. to
secure the payment cf the ahjsve described
nromiiary note and interest t he above nsaatd
N. A. Christian ortgagor execated and de
livered to Ifc C JVetealf mortgagee aekttle
aortcare dated 1 ene 16th. WO. asd daly Sled
in theoSee of threoaaty clerk of WeVitrfo..
Nebraska, on the 2?th day of Jnne. A. D.1SST.
And Wnerea. the said seertawree D. C. Jet
calf deajatBir and feeling bimJ!f unsafe aad aa
seenred. tok laisacdiate oeawa of the here
inafter deaeribed property, accordiag to the pr
vssioB of said asertgagr. There i aesi daj
said note sad mortf (m m of tw ksredred
and Mcb dollars aarf tea eest- Wt wul eeu
at public aaetion ia frnt of V. C. Keilly oEee.
in the town of Ked Cload. Wehnw eonsty.
Nebnuka. on the 4th day ofNcrejaber. A- D.
ISO atl-'eloek . -. the pryrty descrihed
tkereta rix: One aaxe er years IJ. sn!a tr
ia forehead, color jorreL. zad ese light bj
aaare. f erea yer old. with star ia forehead.
Oaefearth IX) ot the small rraia a Knwtft
ob the Krcth-eaat oeefoartk &?'??'
..n f .oa it m.uI ou tfeirdf!4)of tae
corn crop &ow gyowiaar on the sesth-east H. f
reetiaa 34. tea 2. raagw 11 weft. oa et f
doable ksness aaed oa said xare.
By f. C RrtUT. f. C Mrrciir.
1&-w3 His Attoraty. MffrUaj
BESIJS Yi FEMKIKS
Arrnot only la the FteR but at th KronU W lnriU the Urlki of
Uurr w onr ?ck of
It 1 II 1
Which we art prepared to m!1 at
for tho Celebrated
m iBaPtimTnxrra11 1
Which, for Quality and Tct stands without a KtvaL
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF-
STOVES and RANGES.
II I9 rice To
Wc arc Headquarters for Iron and Wooden
Pumps of every Discription.
GUNS, KEVOI.VEKS. IUON and STEEL CAUIt! A(5K and WAGON STOCK
HAHD-WOOI) LUMBER AC, AC. All kiiuN of TIN,
COlTEU and SHEET IKON WOUK on hand
and Made to Ordor.
Call and see u, we can ae you mow.
KOTICE 70 7ZAC22S3.
Notice Is hereby riven, that I will eiamlne
all persons who may deaira to offsr themselves
candidates lr teaebeis of the primary or
cinitnon schools of Wtil-sUr eonnty. l Hd
Cload on the flrt Malnrday In the m nth of
I'tbnury. Jay Anut and November t At
tllue Hill on the first Saturday In the months of
January. April. July and irtbr. At lluide
itock on tn blrt Stanly in the roanm ul
March. June. September and lrrabr.
Kxaminalions to cutnmen at 9 o'clock 4 w.
A A I'ora.
County Buperlnten lent of Public Inttraotton
Groceries and Notions,
Tin public generally arc rprpieted
to call and cxa minr my gjM and
prirf as a thasv of tho patronage i
Store, firt tloor north of Mother
14-26 F. NEWHOLE.
A Ce?sa, Coll cr Zcrt Tfcrsct
shall be stopped. Nerlret frequently reralt In
an Ir rumble l-unr lisa or Cocrumptioa.
Brawn's Bronehial Troeb are certain to glv
relief In Asthma. BreaeeitU, Coach. Catarrh.
Consumptive asd Tbtoat !!. Vet thirty
years the Trochee have bn retnnod-l by
pfaysiciaa. and always give perfect ri Watties.
Tbey are not new or untried bt basing bra
tested by wiie and eosstast use for Nearly as
entire geseraUoa. they have attained wll
merited rank tm.ct the few staple rrraedi-4 of
the age Fublie speakers and Kif aers oe tin to
to clear and itrerrtben the eta. Hold at
twenty five cents a box everywhere.
lfciien! Jfciicnl! SfctienUl
Are you dWturbed at night afrd broken of jit
rest by a sick child safering aod cry in with the
exrnctaUcg pain of eatbng teeth If m. goat
oc and get a bottle f Sirs- inslow's Xooth
ingSirap. It will rt lve t poor liMltsaf.r
er iaiasediately -sVpead ssts it.- there u a
rnhtake ahst. There is tu,l a asether a earth
wfao ha ever wed it. wa will tvtt tell yow at
nee tkl it will rra!ae the bowels. aI give
rrt to the mother, and relief and health to the
child, operating like marie. It b perfectly safe
to bs la ali case, atd pleasant to the taase. rA
is the prescription of coo of the Mt asd best
fexsle phytteiaa asd nsn ia the failed
State. Sold everywhere. 25 cents a fcoUie.
AND A FCTX UNK Ot FANCY
AUO X TTJr CLAM
"Where yon can always
get a nice dish" of lm Creaia darinsj
A share of th puofix: patronage is
rcspeclfuUr solicited. lr& door
fouth of 3IitchelI fc iroriaart's.
Uzu Ciavv, - - 2t&itUjL
KeJLVMuW Figure. W arg Ascot
ShU The Timvx.
GUIDH to SUCCHSS
ft V U a tf Ay j., CTY
I by fr Ibe bet lla.la od .ll 'M a-l
llsn'1-nxi) ever pWlflid. th tb Ul..
II t"II lf-ts - t.lt,f lw t d rr
tttinr in " bi r Mt it hm TMr Ut
Iifye II "v t i tt'-H wrslr at
neftl f -m ti t "w r r4
every part f !' ! '"' gaj f
r.rlnl lotatvtimn diii4 tm M .!
far rn&stsut lelte. An N l
r rr timo T knon why bt tr-Mk tf tn
value aad ttriwlm (. I, tt Ihtn tfr
Hdf ("f terms t. It. tl HCAMMHULA 0o
1-Gtn Hi. Utml: V.
QuickTitBcI Tnroux'i Trabl
CIo Conuofiiions ' No Delay f
Burlington Route I
TO CHICAGO AHD THE EAST.
Irftwr.t ratea ef Fare will I otl.
Throngn t'.f lt be fori frew a. Jk M. Palais
In Hvathern aatrka ! i'Uit.
A trn mioo" uvt kll be md at P
AT( HICAtKl etM mtlts will l-)l
b taed W Ihe er.wMtbt i-l Berth.
$leplnger brls frii at the Lln)a
ticket otftee by Telegraph r un appUte.
from U'mmuti Klver tn Ch(eg.
TO ST. LOUIS AND THE SOUTH.
TbebsrliostAO rtebke rrluf thr!
lPrs and ci evnesetMrvs- rtB U
Mueur Klvcr styl it U4ts
i'eenzr Ukleg this Una hrr l,k-best ef
arvxiincnodstlons. Pollm'M) Upr fa tt
arly fraa Mkeoar lllvrr t S: Uml.
TO I'KOIUA. I.NDIANAt'OMf. CI.V-
ClNNATr. ASD THE
sW-Tkls lthe onlreJUbte mate tn thetb
eU "fort!j are mi'f at fir)a witb th
r. I'. k w sol I. i. 1 W tUilrufU Ur Is'lUo
apolis ClnHsnaU. rttabtis. and ail 9Uaf
ab auathtra Ohio. Kea.aey, sowtt Irt
5nn)75 ZAZZ. &. Xuh it 7S cti'J.
Wb yws go east b sare and trs 1 ever U
II. Jr. K, IiD if roa wlb to SA VK ao-4
tortahle sad tleaie U lrasl spevlify.
A. K.TUr7LI.V. V. J OVir.hL.
Ual tauugsr. (1 Ti. X t'XAa'l
Kendall's SpzTin Ctue,
Th sat cefJ IU-siy ve? 4U&nti,
a It I ertah ia i cU m4 dv t WisUr.
nvi srwr airw,
From Rvx, V N GRANGER,
Presiding Cdrrr the Mr. AiVsas D'jrHt.
3W!H sCs. ' ff sasas' w
-. T 'l !. VUJaath.I"
D. J. Kgt-sjtx ir t-. ;otr f ntti t
jt letter J HI ay U mr esservn wUJ
LeafAl s S&na C-r a bea re7 ura
try lad!. Tkrtr tamtyn are 1 s-rwprJ
.tJi of yar Mflt. a4 wit is. trvi a
4!a4esi'r7rta. La.m My hr
eeaaae very Xara s4 1 Utra-4 hi ml it
few wfis whe be b? ttur. k-i ha I
pat bias ca the n4 b jrre- wr. & 1 d!- ,
eoverid that rUi wa trmut. I p?"er- "
VUlefKira;ra5fav!sCraal wjth le
thaa a bvfktc cared hiss 4Uuuk U trA lr.
acicVreai tk bA i t4-
PE83E"EKAXCE WILL TELL-
T tr flV .JsfJa.
K. J.Kmi til X ill.. Cmttm itl. t it
sad saylf. I thick 1 ok n Ui r th.st ,
I.UiMtl ta b rwavfae with '-.
. Cae-s m Tenr Urx . Y
wwis)C9taetvi3i hsvf be tast. I
ftvr aeMsM t take the larz a fa4 t ir
ike mall . I av sI tm httttmu TVs
haw hi mmttntr wstt. m at seiaVxAdsw
wvalt to Urn r Mt. TWe is a wesaderfat
ttcU. It u a ft-w iMsg hm, V:iftdc
tv ail what khudsfirw jtt tM wti ha
Ter ami. irstisUr .
r j jj , ... Cwm. K.ytg'4r'fc
dead addreet far lUutratW CH"Ur whv?4 e
thiac give pite jrnti ol" its rata. -
retadrksvrwcwksMHi at"'t5-I s
m to rar karwtsd. for fc: as well
I"nl.arWjUe.rst tottfe Sr & M
BraMtsta kaJ itersaamkiw y. or UI
X. J. Jtt5lAJX.JrOV.
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