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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1881)
Moon I Callender,
Dry - Gooils,
Scot. A Shoe?.
HATS AND CAM.
GFeASSW RE, QUEEXSWA HE,
HARDWARE & HARNESS
ETC., ETC.. ETC
A fiul line of pvorylhinjr, kept in r jjoii-
e-al alyie, Jit lhcUHVJTC.UH I'RICIa.
Moon & Callender.
Proprietor of tlio
City Drug Store.
AKO PEALZK m
A full supply df
LAMPS, LAMP .SHADES, "WICKS,
I'atronnrc fulicileJ a sxl thinkfully received.
rrci-iij'li"n5 can fully CGinpjuncd3
One door south of Oarhi'i-V store,
KE CLOl'I), NEH.
G. . Dow,
Groceries & Confectioneries,
Choice Tran, CoCcc Suc.tr Sc.
White Fish & Mackerel.
lircn. Dried ar.ii Cnntitd Fruits. The lii't To
baccos and f"icats. I'lottr and meal con-t-antly
on hand. Krza, Mutter
Taken in Payment.
J'vcrythicc warranted to be n represented.
(II VK MBA CALL
and I will do vou good.
' lit door noitb of nrcu office.
Red Cloud, - Neb.
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prop.
Cera, Meal, Bran Chopped Feedand
Ylit the ltol Cloud Grocery. Feed and Pro
vi'inii .-tore when you want supplies for lean or
Highest market price in cash pnip for icrain
AH kind (.rriiunlrr produce t-ikcn m exchnnco
lore-i'ul-. (Suodi delivered to nil p.irts id" town
St-ire romh ol Heed's How Factory.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
n. l. tiistker,
(Successor to O. A. Drown-)
. AND KITCHEN
C. ffioe always or hand and trimmed on short
notice. lTrioi a low is any in the alley.
Repairing or all kinds done pronip'ly and
I'.mial Eobes Annulled at rsasonnblo
HED CLOUD, - - - KEB.
J. L MILLER,
Keep constantly on band a full Line of
JIAHXEKS, COLLAES SADDLES
WHIPS, COM15S, BRUSHES,
IIAKXESS OIL, ..
And everything: usually kept in a first
two doors south ok the bask.
The Highest Cash Pries Paid tor Hides
Y LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
R V- It R Tine Table-
Takinr effect Eondiy. Oct 17. HftO.
. 7 'Jft p. SB.
. -2k p. gb.
J9 :40 a. ra.
Wei I ward .deeonv leave ...
f. ') r. na.
Eastward Acrcin. tnrtr...
Trains daily nrt)t Snndar.
"r f .
B i a. ra.
o 36 . tu.
ti. IV. Jl Liecnc. A. K. ToriALtjf.
Stipcnwendent. Gen'J. Manarer.
3Iiner I5ro. soil Superior Hour.
Tbe counly comrnrioneni ;iiect to
A. S. Marli .-ell-i lied Cloud Mill?
The Holidays pa..ed oir rather qui
etly in this burg.
The recent "cold snap" wan rough
on the houe plant.
Hon. II. S. Kalcy departed Ia.l Sat
urday for the capital.
"ov they write it I8S0 and hiile
quently change it to S1.
We are happy -now, we have tbe
promW? of Home more wood.
Mr-J. Sarah Watt, of Guide Rock,
renew ri her Milrriptiou for a jear.
EvHitYmDY Welcome; Social at
Rev. fierx O. Yeibcrs next Tuc-day
The meeting of the W. C. T. U. will
be held at Mra. Rent's on Friday nt
at three r: ;i.
We iituiiljor Mr. Jamas Watt, of
Guide Rock, among our new subscri
ber this week.
H. A. R.-tird, dcnt?.t, will be absent
from his office until about the 20th, of
the present mouth.
Rev. J. M. l'ryse will leave for his
new field of labor, Blue Spring", Fri
day of this week.
The mercury was reported to have
been as low as 28 at this place one
morning Inbt week.
(Jo to Roby'.i for your tobacco, he
has the thirst .vsottiuent in town, also
the bc.-t lot of cigaih to be had.
The sultry (?) weather that we have
had for the liu-t lew weeks has been
death on coal and other fuel.
Lat Saturday, the fiit day of the
new year was a very pleasant day, and
Red Cloud was full of people.
Tho-e whoe subcription to rlie
Chief expired with the advent of the
new year are respectfully invited to
Mr. John McQuilkin called last Sat
uiday and inflated our currency to the
extent of a year's subscription in ad
vance. Co to Roby's for canned fruits, dried
fiuittgieeii fruit, rai&ins, citron, mac
aroni, farina, tapioca, or anything else
vMr. Keshncr, of Clovcrton made
,g1ad tlie heart of ve editor bust Mon
day -by the presentation of a handfull
of Mlver, on sub.
The sheet of ice which covered
everything on Wednesday morning
rendered pedestiianism any thing' but
a safe or pleasant exercise.
The Chief is about the only paper
in the state that refrained from ma
king some idiotic expression about the
''beautiful snow," last week.
Owing to a great rush of Job prin
ting at the Chief office the last week,
we have not been able to give as much
attention to the paper as we would
The defaulting county treasurer of
Franklin county has gone to Can
ada, and the defaulting ex-auditor of
the state of Nebraska has gone to the
There will be a teacher's association
held aj. the school house in DK No.
24, south-east from Cowles, on next
Saturday, commencing at 1 o'clock
The Naponco Banner and the Bloom
ington Guard, have consolidated under
the name of the Banner-Guard, and
under the management of Zedikcr !t
The Holiday issue of the Smith
county Kan., Pioneer contained more
original reading matter than we ever
before saw in one issue of a county
A number of friends of the Rev. J.
M. l'ryse, surprised him at his resi
dence last Tuesday evening, after
church. The manifestations of kind
ness, were, for the most part, of a
When you hear a fellow denouncing
a newspaper you may "bet your sweet
life" that he is in debt for the paper
and the publisher discontinued send
it to him because he was not honest
? enough to pay for it.
Mr. AY. T. Masters, an attorney from
CuIBerton. Hitchcock county called at
these' headquarters .last Friday. He
was on his way to Lincoln to be pres
ent at the convening of the legislature.
He. says there are a number of desti
tute famili'ts in Hitchcock county that
will suffer if they do not receive aid
from soma source.
The Biverton Eagle claiius U h.ve
the nobbiest "devil" Fn tho valley, be-
couse he wears a seal-skirr cap and
f carries a Russia leather pocket Book.
That s nothing, our devil wears a genu
ino old fashioned Continental cocked
hat and an ivory handled sword, while
a string ofscalps a yard long dangles
at his belt,
Tiie census shows a surplus of near-
T 'v f ivi'ntv ntr otr.t mnrfl women tnArl
men in our'population. TKe . cfty bf
, . .. .,,..
Xew York has more than twenty-five
CllUll-4&till JllUiU 1VJtUTIl LtlCtLfc Jrfrumr
while Massachusetts lias sixty-thon-
S4ind extra maidens. In these 3"cars of
general prosperity can it beUiat we
- are getting too much of a fgood tiling.
Zltj U Stj.
Timt jocki'-s-rabbiti are scafce thia
Hint Red Cloud will oon have a
Tlmt porkera will bring audi when
nothing cle will.
That the circulation of the Chief is
Tltat the merchant had a good
trade last S;iturday.
That :ls a lecturer James S. Gilliam
our Jim w a Mtcctva.
Tliat there is a new Laundry jmt
openeil up in thi city.
That "peg-leg" miller has found a
new tenant for his house
That the entire valley will jupjort
11. S. Kaley for U. .?. Senator.
Tliat Henry Cook lm- rfie largest
.stock of books and dniga in the valley.
Tliat the mysteries of the average
boarding houe hath are p:ut finduig
That Bcslcy t 1'erkini have the
'Mead wood" on tbe barb wire busi
ne. That boils and corns are a luxury
that can he enjoyed by the poor as
well :ls the rich.
Tliat Moon fc Callender, of Cowles,
do a good buiiness notwithstanding
the hard times.
Tliat Red Cloud will experience a
building boom in the spring such as
she has never yet enjoyed.
That the Argus editor ha.s longer
cars than those that adorned the cra
neum of Balaam's ass.
That two families from Virginia will
bring into this county next spring, a
bundled thousand dollars for invest
ment. That this is the coldest winter that
this country has experienced within
the memory of the "oldest inhabi
tants." That some of those who "swore off"
last Friday evening "swore on" again
before the first day of the new yea
That the conciousness of being well
drest-cd, affords, to the average woman,
a tranquil enjoyment that religion
That owing to the snow and ice on
the liberty pole the signal for starting
on the march to the wolf hunt, last
Thursday morning, was not given.
That the B. & M. railroad company
will make this a permanent division
and erect a large depot and eating
house and machine-shops, in the near
That more real estate will be bought
and sold in this county next summer
and fall, than has ever changed hands
during any previous season since the
settlement of the county,
That original poems are unusu
ally scarce for the time of year the
writers thereof havieg fortunately
been, for.the most part, frozen to
death during the recent cold weather.
That the dreary legand, "no trust"
conspicuously displayed in a store by
the heartless proprietor has been
known to cut down a prospective bill
of goods to the purchase of a nickle's
worth of tobacco and a clay pipe.
Tliat when a man owns a cow of his
own, and chances to spill a little milk
on his clothes it dries up and leaves a
grease spot, whereas if he buys his
milk, and spills a little on his clothes
it dries up and leaves a chalk mark.
That the infernally cold weather,
together with the scarcely of coal and
the unwillingness of unfeeling parents
to allow it to be used for courting pur
poses, has facilitated more than one
sacrifice on the Hymenial alter the
MARRIED. Davis Morris, at the
brides father's in Jewell Co. Kansas,
Dec. 23rd. 1880, by Rev. Lewis Barr,
Wm, M. Davis and Mary L. Morris.
MARRIED. Verry WATFr at John
Watt's in South Guide Rock Dec,
25th, 18S0; by Rev. Lewis Barr,
Frank Terry, and Miss Bell Watt all
of Webster Co.
Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup has emi
nently proven to be a safe, reliable
and cheap remedy for coughs, colds,
etc Try it. Price 25 cents and 50
cents a bottle.
Vtck's Floral, Guide. Of the
many Guides and seed and Plant Cata
logues sent out by our Seedman and
Nurserymen, and that arc doing so
much to inform the people and beauti
fy and enrich our country, none are so
beautiful, none so instructive as Vtck's
Floral Guide. Its paper is the choicest
its illustrations handsome, and given
by the hundred, while its Colored
Plate is a gem. This work, although
costing but 10 cents, is handsome
enough for a Gift Book, or a place on
the parlor table. Published by James
Vick, Rochester, N. Y.
The following letter was written by
a plain old Irishman to his son at col
lege: "Dear Son: I write to send you
two pairs of old pants, that you may
have a now coat made out of them.
I send also some new socks which
your mother has just knit by cutting
down some of mine. Your mother
sends ten dollars without my knowl
edge, and for fear you may not spend
it wisely I have kept back half, and
only send'you five. Your mother and
'I are well, except that your sister has
got the meaele9.which we think would
have spread among the other girls, if
Tom had not had them before; and he
is the only one that is left. I hope
yon will do honor to my, teachings; if
you do not yon are an ass, and your
mother and aayself are your affection
' Time is-money, but health hap
piness. If- you- have a .bad cold, or
cough, use Br. Marshall's Lung Syrmp,
i will cure vou. rwemty-iive .cents-
bottle, large sisc 50 cents. Sold by UllD
uru2Sne- .t : j-
& Hi Stvi Wffir Cmk.
A merry Christmas and a happy
New Year to Mr. Editor and uUff.
The time ha been fully occsrpicd by
the people along the creek for the past
Considerable eickneaa jiwt now
throughout the neighborhood.
Mr. Hamilton Burton of Deadwood
i spending the winter with his uncle.
Mr. Parke, He ban recovurrd from
his injuries received on the way home,
During lat week, Mru Strain ami
Mera. Modlin and Lamb, of die So
ciety of Friends, from North Branch,
fvanL, have been holding a series of
meetings at the school house in Dut.
No. 24. Through their influence ev
eral person have experienced the
love of Christ, and the church has
len greatly revived. They returned
home lat Friday but they arc expec
ted back in a few week. We hope
the meetings will continue to be sus
tained in their abence.
The great event of the season for
the little folks was the Christmas tree
on the eveniug of the 24th, a fine tree,
full of presents greeted them a they
came. Right royally did they enjoy
hearing their names called, and seeing
the dolls, apples candy, and more sub
stantial things too numerous to men
tion, which were handed out to them
by tho-e who unloaded the tree. The
exercises began with a song, sung by
the audience, reading of the scripture,
prayer by Rev. B.irrr afterward sing
ing was carried on. y the children.
Rev. Barr addressed the children in
a colloquial style and the interest
shown was commendable. Then fol
lowed recitation by members of the
Adamson, Norris, Barcus and Mutts
hang families, and the praise given
was fully warranted by the good taste
shown in selecting, and the life and
animation in delivering their several
parts. WeouId like to speak in
special commendation of some, hut as
they were all so goodj we fear we
should take up too much space, Here
followed the distributing of the pres
ents which were not a few. A turkey
hopped down from its perch twice,
but was finally captured and secured
by Rev. Barr. The exercises contin
ued with a select reading and closed
with prayer and benediction by Rev.
J. B. Potter.
Christmas was more especially the
old folks day. Mr. and Mrs. R. Adam
son wishing to meet their
friends extended an invitation for
them to oome to their house, snend
Christmas; and dine with them. Glad
ly accepting, and bringing with them
something to make the table groan,
Messers Parkes, Sawyer. Wm. Waller,
Dr. Moranville, Moushang and
Springer with their families, "their
wives and little ones," over thirty in
all. met and passed the time in social
converse, and most of all eating.
Such a table! Well it is the same
old story of "groaning under its bur
den," fcc. Messrs Moushang and Mor
anville, with carving knives, one at
each end of the table, carved roast pig
and turdey, while the rest of.us masti
cated, insalivated, (but slight fear) and
"swollered" what they server to us.
To sample all the cake was to much
for us, we gave it up, after siting at the
tahlc an hour. Seeing and eating
such a dinner no one would desire
"To tremble under fortune's cum
mock, On scarce a bell-fu' o' drummock,
Wi his proud, independent stomach
"Could ile agree."
To say that all enjoyed themselves
is not necessary, for whoever docs vis
its Mr. Adamson's family and does
not enjoy himself, has none but him
self to blame. Mrs. Adamson has
been very ill this fall and winter, but
she was able to receive the congratula
tions of her friends, that she is yet
with us, and we hope that she may be
spared to enjoy many a Christmas in
Item From East Xaanl.
Ed. Chief. The past week has been
so cold that we most froze out, but it
got warm enough to get the Chief on
Thursday, and Saturday was warm
enough to gather with a few neighbors
at the residence of Mr. N. A. Avers
where we had a pleasant time.
Our Christmas tree was a complete
success, and all the children of the
Sunday school were made happy by
some present. The speaking by the
children was well done, not one of the
smallest that hesitated a moment
when it came their turn to be called.
The singing was first rate.
Let no one say E:ist Inavale has no
singers after this. All seemed happy
and "Peace on earth, good will to
men," seemed the motto of each.
The children were inclined at first to
be afraid of Sante Claus, but soon
some one whispered it is Mr. Judson,
when they began to crowd around him
as happy as they could be, for no one
is afraid of uncle Jud.
Our Sunday school was re-organized
yesterday sad the following officers
were elected for the ensuing year.
Mr. Henry Eoesr Supt. Mrs. Hale Asst.
Mrs. If. A. Day Sect., and Treasurer,
Mrs. Judson and Mrs. Day are selected
teachers of the childn's classes
A. Rr. a runt,
A Mdostsk of Grundy Centre, Iowa,
was recently taken sick and thought
he was t bout to die. Calling his fami
ly and members of his church about
him he confessed that on a recent vis
it to Chicago he had forgotten his call
ing, had been enticed into a free-and-easy
representation of the garden of
Eden, had. been aproachad by an un
godly worn i who-offered him forbid
den fruit, and he did eat. He got well,
and his wife promptly kicked him out
doors and the-society bounced him out
f the church. Here is an argument
ainst death-bed. repentance.
Apple by the barrel, at Miner Bro.
15 pound choice Mich-ran apple, at
Miner Bro. for fl.00.
Roby has juM received from Chica
go a me aortment of Pac U-l
Bnnjc along your poultry. Highest
S rices paid for butter and rgg, at
A fresh supply of "White Rose"
Atchison winter wheat flour, at Iut
nainV. Teachers' contracts for sale at the
Cihet office at 5 cents apiece r three
for ten cents. tf
No apple nuporinr to tin; sold bv
Putnam splcnded for mating or cook"
ing Bottom figures given.
If you want to increase the quantity
and quality of milk, feed your cow
ground feed. Putnam will cnd ft to
A choice tclection of groceries,
canned jtihhIs, notions Ac., always on
hand at Putnam's flour and feed "store.
Gooda delivered free.
Farmers who contemplate proving
up on their claims will learn something
to their advantage by calling at the
Red Cloud Chief office. tf
It ls generally conceded that A.
I -inN.rbiu.h nilN tho lw.-t i.p,.i ,.. iw.
found in town, and the tccret of his
nuecesi in the bread making line lies in
the fact that he uses the superior flour,
which is the bet flour made, and i
for sale only at Miner Bro. Call and
get a sack and be convinced.
Every woman who has experience
in bread making know some thing of
the difficultv in always getting the
best results during the winter reason
when the "yeat gets chilled" and the
dough won't work just right The be.t
thing you can do under Mich eir
aimstanee is to buy your bread of
Lauterbach who u-es only Jial Cloud
Paten! Jlour. C. K. Tutnam ells it.
A' Farm to Rent !
Of 150 acres, with good ? tone house
-. -....... .-v , "u
10x28, one .Mory high. Moat ot the
land is in a gotxl htate of cultivation.
Also one brood mare for sale or
trade. Apply to
1). S. Hki.vkkn,
Seven miles south-weal of Red Cloud,
Not the Crown of Kings, nor the
Crown of Glory, but the Crawn Sewing
Machine, the latest and best machines
in the market, it will pay you to call at
the Post-Office and see it before you
purchase! For Sale by M. B. McNrrr.
MONEY TO LOAN!
Money to prove up with on final re
ceipt, or on deeded land at S per cent.,
anul-fili per cent, commission, or at
straight 10 per cent, no commision.
J so. R. Wii.loix.
Office next door to Chief office. 30tf
At greatly reduced prices we will
offer for cash a large surplus of winter
goods. Hats and Caps. Mens hath, i
boys hats, bovs caps, mens caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
MENS SHOES, BOOTS.
WOMEN'S SHOES, BOOTS.
BOYS BOOTS, SHOES,
Undershirts, ovcrshirti, fine shirts,
laundered thirts, unlaundcrcd sdiirt.-.
flannels, waterproof, and dres good-,
way below the market. We have also
in stock a lot of forks, spades, shovels
scat-springs, well pulleys single-trees,
double-trees, iron, Ac, Ac. The Ward
A Everett stock which we want out of
the way and will offer very cheap, for
Wc mean business. Call and
ft c mean business,
MOON A CALLENDER.
Imfortant, The fact cannot be too
often stated, or too stronglv urged up
on the public, that the majority of the
Saleratus and Soda in market is not
only very UNiiEHLTiir, but actually is
a slow poison, causing teeth to decay,
and bringing on disease generally.
Thanks to scienco, skill, perseverencc
and energy, t'naC 9 rnan still lives
who invented J. Monroe Tavlor's" Gold
Medal, which and is still dofng such
great wonders in the culinary depart
ment. We say that one trial will con
vince the most skeptical that there is
none other to bo compared with it.
Most of our merchants have it for tale.
Their depot is 112 Liberty Street, New
York. Final Proof Notices.
uana voice at iiioominrion..eo. ucc ... ivw
- . . . . . ....
TTotice is hereby ciren that the following
named retUer ha filed notice of his in'entio . to
make final proofin rusiport of bi c itin.sn I e
eu re final entry thereof before Jatncs A. Tul
leys clerk of court in Webster county, at hit
office in Ked Cloud Neb., on rfaturdjy iebru
arySth .SSI. rit:
WlLUSM II. STCiKjr.
h'd No 20OJ forth outh-et quarter of Sec.
32 town 3 rantje 10 ewt. and names the follow
iac M his witnesses to prove continuous residence
upon and cultivation ol aaid tract, vtx: Edward
It. Keener. iViliiie. Crouch and Bneo II.
France of Cowles Neb., and Merna L. Tbo3vu
of Red Ooui Neb.
dec3Qjana S. W. SWITZER. ResitUr.
Land OfSeeat Blootoiszton Xeb. Dec 17. ISiO.
Notice it hereby ciren that the following
nased sett'er has filed notice of his ntentiiu to
auke fnal proofin tupt-ort of hit claita and se
cure final entrr thereof before the clerk of the
District Court in Webttcr county Neb., at hit
ofJee ia Red Cloud oa Sat a. "day 1 anuary 2?th
PrrxB L. UoijtBfci.
Vd entry 30. for tbe SWMslSte 20 tows 4
ranrell weUaad name the followinc at bit
witorMea to prove continuous residenc upon
aad cultivation of said tract, rix: John McJj
lons of Caihertoa Neb. WiUUa K. Thome Jo
seph L. UrandsUff and Nottaaa Spricrer. all of
dec3SaB27 8. W. SWITZER, Remitter.
Land Office at Blocinrton Neb. Dec Zl. 1VO
Notice is hereby circa that the followine;
Lamed eetiler hat fled aotise at hi inter tion to
txak final proI in tepport of bit claia acd e
cai final ex try thereof before tbe cl'rk of
Dit- eoart lm Webster county at bis oSee ia
Ked Qti Neb. a Saturday January S. liil .
oaoaos w. KytcHT.
H'd sjsatn Na. Sill, for the Soata East aaartar
JtcNTm 2 Kasc 12 wastes, aaate the
wbsjit a ai witaanes to arore ccBtaaoss
residesce apoe aai caltiratioa of said tract.
ik Lwwm C Ulautead. aad William
J. Vaaesj ef lairaJe Nea. aad Jitnry
Xass aad Sara H. Jo net of Ked Cload Neb.
decarSjgT S. W.SvTITZKR. Reister.
LasslOCee at Bloosiatea. Neb. Dec II. lfK.
Ifetie i kctwW cirea that the fenowia
aaae4slsjraatHsraetiesf kUiaUatiea to
aaak faal eoef ia scpsort of ki ekiiai, aad
seisulssl aster thereof. pttT to be atade he
teas J ass A. TaUerr. Clerk or tie Ceart of
wTittsaar rissty. at hit eete. ia Kd Cload.
Sefc. ea t5ataraay. Jaaaarr 15tk, XM1. to:
H'd'ratryNo.asaK. for the aeatk-weat naarter.
8eti M. tsswa 2. raaaa 10 west, aasi sasae the
foUovsc a kis witaasav. t arers esatataoat
itiUtaea oa aad eattiTatioa of" said tract, ric
dwacsi 8, Foe. Tkesae J. wfard. Milaaa aliiy
laadJaase jialpa. ofCewlesu eo
a. ofCewlea. Aeo.
Wr ukc picture in calling
It is our mirrw tn VMn . -
market. nd to wrrp .11 emtomer, in
Pleae call and rr our stock of ft nd HwUor ,torr-tb rrv Utt
?..?' ills!? 'rnuM,!j !' 'a jK-tatiun You ;S gad oufprict? ll
..k.J !Ti al ::c:u' ' Ci l o ou- a m- t i tr-- wK id m p,r
chaing o. u, you w ' , , 4. ,OHC ,KJCt Jian ui
fn this line c ca p-r f tnr
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.. muuuri anu pf.ee ci te
Our stock U cotuplctc
t.;i II 1 iv . '""' ."" l" -WI, tl, (IIHC u
naib . H rvliow. Drn ,tel (V cb.n.n. T mblcout. FTIa.Jm.trtMe.
it Mil i ...i r ..
seasoned, and we imit. wagtui niakem
We offVr vou tbe i-rli-irtlv ti.
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- mc !- iTicr n nirii niiii-r inm. ..i
.....-.. . uj iqquie. IHMIt MHIHK t.K
w el -, ter County for the., matiuiketiiron.. Farmer htiv HArUd Wire tltat
you are Mr ,,, ujwf, look out for law
control all Barb wire patent.
Wc are the aeknowlrxlge,! lenders
r""" . CA" M,,! -vou. anv kuul w
... . ii'i .nu uyi (H, j
WWW Wit fc"- Jlal.A a.i.B , I . . k
e urn show-you C-teni Pumjw, Stock lining Force INiuitv.. brtve wll
lumps W iiid-mil! Punip, Deep xxell Pumj. Wooden VnmJ Ac .&. C.ll
ai t get our estimntei if you are thinking of putting in a pump. We nirni
We are slo agent fur tbe Kehpe Wind-null- Wo ran m-iko ) eitw
figure and -.how yvHt n few tbiupi nloul wmd-uiH which pvrhajM ym lave
never thought of Come and see us amwav, ami we will give mmi iwuiw. f ovr
50 ruilrtHid companies u-ing tho Kchj.y "mtll. Wlwit ;Air wind-mill oiMiMit
can show one fourth as many.
Farmer" and the public generally, we are here to eU vou g.wxU, and we
have the goods to cell. We solicit your patronage, ami will gunranteo to
lied Cloud, Neb.
Lftml Office at liloomlncton. NeV.. 6f. t. 1M0.
X:ic ii herel.r Wen that lollnwtnr
nuran.l vltlrr ha file 1 notice of bli intention to
uiaLo final imxif in iuptort of bl rUitu. anil
ccnr final vntiy thrrrnf. trfurc (.Irrk of Ii-trl-t
t'ourt nf Wrtntcr cntinir N . at hi 6fBc
in KmI ( louJ Nb..on ilcuday. Januar Ulh.
l'nn S Kiip.
KM cntery No. 3311. for the knih-n.i nmrt.r
Mtion 22. town 3 N. -anta 10 cit. anj nam
tha fullowinr aa bli witneurj. to imve contin- .
uou rriiirncr on ana cuuiTation of IJ tract. ;
rit: W ilium II. Wilkinon. AJm I! Traibrr.
Iltr-I Morrw aai Dat4 .. franrl. all ol
drcl-jn33 8. W. SWITZEIt. Kcfltr.
a a . .. a ii .iLii, .. a a m a
LaoJ Office at Ulooiainf ton Neb. Hoc. Sth. tHO,
Notice i hercbr cn that tha followtm
namcJ rettlrr bai 6lc4 notice of bio intentiou to
make fical proofin uptort of hip claim, ami
cure fin l! entrr thereof, before Jame A.Tul
ley. clerk of the -court of Webittr coooty, at
hu efflce In Kr. C'loml. Neb" on Saturday.
January loth, ISSl. vU:
HM entry No. VjG. fer the north-eot quarter.
fctlon S. town3 N, ranrelO wet. and names
the followi a hli witnefie. to prore contin
uuus reilence on and cultivation of H tract,
rit: Kniek Nuttine. Wilbur Nuttinr. 'urtle
He a and John Stack, all of Matin. Neb.
deelfijanU S. W. titii. Urilittr.
Land Office at Olnotnlniton Neb. Dec Sth. IM0
Notice i hereby ciren that the followinc
named Pettier baj file! notice of hi Intention to
make final proof in support of hi claim, and
recure final entry thereof before James A. Tal
ley, clerk of court in Webfter county, at is of
fice in Heif Cloud, Neb., on if onda, January
17tb. mi. vit;
Wim.mii II. Itcatl.
Preemption D. .S No. T70. for tbe north-west
quarter. ect on ". town 2. N ram II west. ad
niu es tbe following at hit witnesses, to rote
continuous residence and cultivation of ai 1
tr ct. Tit: John JcQuelkm. William Ifoltworth
Andy Meacs end Ai tferibner. all of Ked ClouJ.
declfijanl I S. W. SWITZER. Uei.t.r
Land Office at Dloominrton Neb. Dec. 3. IMi.
.Votiee is hereby tleen that the !olIown
named settler has Hied notice of his intention
to make final proof in tupportof hts claim, and
secure fitiM entry thert. before Clerk of the
District Court of Webster county his office in
Ked Cloud. Neb on '1 bursday Jan. Clh, IMI.
Robkrt C. Lsisp,
h M No. 3301 for the 3 4 S K l and H H W Y
Sec. 2 Town 4 Itanre 9 west, and natnr th fol
lower at hit witr.cMcs to prove coctintinat
retideme upon and cultivation of ( ii I tract.
tik Alfred U. Sjnjpeoo. William II. IloberU
WiilUnJ. Simpson and Alcetat Kiley. all of
decijan? S. W. SWITZER. Ketitter.
Land Office at Hlooraintton Neb.. Dec. 3. 1M0.
Notie U heret'T firen that tbe following
aamen eeU?r h" "' ""J" of hli intention to
make final proof in t?9Tt "r LiJ claim, and
secure final entry thereof before jr-r A. To!
Iey. elerc of tbe court in Webster county at hit
oficein Hed Cloud Neb., oo I hjrtaay. January
6tb. ISrfl. Tit.
PaacnaL L. Lsiao.
h'd N. 3.T02 for the north-west quarter rf Sec
It town 4 range 9 wet t. and namrt the fotlowinr
as his witccset to proT cociinuout residence
upon an 1 cnltivation of said tract. Tit: Alfred
I.. Simpon. William II llobert. Hlllias J.
.-i Epson and .-(Icetai Riley, all of NetooJa
dccOjaDTi S. W. SWITZER. Refitwr.
LandOSceat Dlooroinfton Neb. Dec. UW.
Notice ! herebT slrtn tint tbe followinr
...l ..!.. iimm fl.t nrl1m nt lAm tnf antlnfl tu
4iU.i.V. . -w ....a.v"- .- .--
make finpl proofin support of hti cleim n-l
rnr" final entry thereof bofore James a. Tull'jr
CeTKtf 'urt n W biter caniy Neb. at his
fjfio ! Ctuad Neb. 'n Monday January
JjitiM II MlUra.
h'd No. 3TT0fjr the north-CA't quarter of S s.
30 towo -t 'fccce 10 west. and imt the follow
nr at hit witnesses to prov coatmuous
residence upc.n and colfratioa fad tract, rit;
William l.arnatn. Simeon 0 haaib-js. John
Harnett and Josh tt . i'tt j. all ef Elue Hill'
Nebraska- ..... . .
derfjn5 S. W. STVITZEU. Rejitter.
Jaxes P O. Winrert will tke aotiee that
on the 2'th day of November 19 Joht It. ",f
cox county JuJof Webster cuety Sute tf
Nebraska. Jstucl an ord'r of atJacb3eat ?&
uoi of fifteen dollars and forty 5vceoU155
In an action pendiar b-f'.re bias wherei l
Osrbcr is platntiffand Jasne P- G Wtart U
defendant, that property eooii'tiar or oi ar
tih eotr b &ecn attached oader t-vi ?
Said caue waa continued to the 12th day ol
January 1S31. at 2 o'clock p.m.
Ssa'L Uaaasa. IlalnUir.
1SU Py c McNsxt. Att yt for Wit.
lated at Bed Goad Ieceber3d.l.
In the matter of the estate of N. . Liddy. do-
eeajed. . ..
NotW U hereby ytTea twaTI
penvn ioterwted that I bare appjjafedaad
ttb 1 tbe ltt!J day of Jaaaar A. I.IVl.!sr
the final .etUesaent of eakl eitatr anJ that o
that dy a final dividead of taeartetu of sat J
estate will be made ad decreed 6y e aad
raid byJ. E.Sxitb eaeeator of tks rtato f
aniel Z.Uxnb deceased, foraerfy adasiasstra
tar of the estate of id N.G LsdJy.
J R. WiLtevx. C Jtrwi
EedCtead. DocISth.MBa. ?
CHATTEL JIORTG AGE SALE
w.L ( nVr cieta that kyrirtaaof a
chattel sartar dated oa the 12li djyof I-
ceeaber 1571. aad awr aiea i . tmvmu
efice of the eoaaty elerk of Wbeaty Ne
braska. a tka Utk day of Ieebr 1CT. aad
exeeated by Jmpk W Jfoora ta Aalrmaa U-
... v rv. t ww ska mi eat or tka to at m
oaebasdrad dollars (11606) aad poa wkiek-
there is bow ae ta saaa ot oso
tea dollars aad tweety-eiaat eeaa (51U J81 to
rctfcer with, tie 09 as aaeraey't fes. atd tk
rests of the feraclosare. defoait aavia koaa
atadiata payaieatof said mm. Uereiore I
wEU sear ta sio petty taareia esterjkt. tg-wtt:
Oae acje isarrestar wkh Osnti Kador
No. 2178. Oae Xaeksy Grata Ir9l. clerem
koea. at yMt aaetiea ac JKaa 831 ia tka
eocatyof Weeeter aad twrrf 5erka. ea
tkolSti day of Jssaary 1 t the koar of
ties 234 darof DoeeaxEer. W8.
liltnsMillsr it CMsKTa
jour attention to w frrkf Uc f
.i i r ... t i
nuch a soaW thl tW 1 dl
o: nd b?t lec:ed tj wldok.
,... jrU it 4-J j,0Otc m V!
!' ' -"-- - -..v-
.sv.. i --. .. t . . i iti. ii . . i . .
. . -
to ftimitw our sUhjV. and pri.
... i -i . .i - u m i .
and aUo the htHy Barb Ulrr., awl at
- .. - - .I. - ... ....- . .1.. .. .
We are the tmlv agTritU
. huv ltrbl Wire that
Tho Ghddcn Rarb Feneo CV
in the pump trad-. We make it a
lp wm want. We enrrv a full Hue
a " w
iceii id eml to tlit nut.ir -ini ,i,t ,. i.iii. 1 a hhia
Besley 6c Perkins.
SilKKIFF'S SA LK
H tlrtn.of an oelrr of pal ImJ out of lhr
Fifth ioJltl DUtrlct In anJ fr WrUt.run
tr. SHr.kv ui-oti Jl;mrbl Io an artlvn
whrrrln W V Jarfc.an La Uiitll9. an-l llerr
W . llrnler anl Lltib H.fif.r r ilf.n'itil'i.
I thaM offr fur al al I'uUltc Au'tiott. at lk
Rat door of the court bouaa. lb Ki Clou I, In
ftiil nmnty. that twine lb lt Ha h.
the tail Irrtn of !! mcrt hM on tha th
lr at January My at u x, clw It tu.lh.
in lncilrcr)Dc-i rmi.rrl; l-H l.il tt
i a a. a i
In I lV ten ! otKaieyanJ Jakn a-ldi'
ttun io K1 ' luii. Wrtwtrr rMUnty. Nebraska.
(ln under my hand this tb day of Pxeiu
ber. iw) M i J. W WAHItKN.rfheria.
SHKMFF'S S I I.F
Hy virtu of an eteeutlon tssaed by J A
Tulleys. els fk of the District Court Hand lor
the county of Webster and Hute of Nebraska,
and to m delivered, in favor of tUltodlftsT k
Co . idainlltr. ami aint I W llrown. J.fd
ant. I hare Uriel on the following deeerlLwl I
roods and chattels u the f rnlxrty of the sat I I .
W. Drown, to wit: One MrCoriaak Harvester
nne Kmpire Slower, one Fannin mllf, nn
llrreklnr plow one ntirins: plow, one , i
one set doable harness ml one Hay rake which
I tkell eltH.se at FubUo Hale fn tbe bljasit ''!
drr. for rash, at Ked ClotH Nebraska. In far u
tbe lied iuuJ CHUr effiee. on tbe 311 day of
1VC1 J9. W ffi a t. Sheriff.
Slf MUFF'S SAl.F
Notice is hereby riven that at I oVlok
o clock v
m. on Iko 4tb iUt of hsbmsri A U IMt.atthe
corner f Webter Mret and Kottrth Avsaue
ill Kd Cloud Wehtr count .Vesraskt, 1 will
sell at public auction to to niftiest hiddsr for
cash the lollowinc deribt property, to wit
A water tank, wind 'dill and tower, taken as
the property of Kir llutiii to satisfy an ttrdr
of sale issae-t oat of the Clerk's Of&e of the
district Court In and tor HeUter evunty hV
bruk in Javor of l. M. I'ialt aai II. .M
(tiven under tsy banl this 3lb day of lie
rf ruber nS).
21ti Joe W. traaatw. Sheriff.
luetics TO TZaCHSaS.
Nitice Is hrby riven hat I l ttamlnt
alt Mroiit wko umt dcir to olTr Ibctatrtres
is candidatts lit teaebet of the pniaary er
otnii-ou ho.t of Wjirftr county, at lied
I' mi on iLe trit Saturday in tbe it cLs el
ebruery. Jay Aucu.t tt4 NoTcntber. At
, tt til on the (tu luday in the tbostbs of
-.uary. April. July and October. At Udtde
uck on the fiirst Saturday in tbe tuoUs f
tarrh. June. Set teter and 1'eceuiUer.
EturulnatieUI to ctEUK-te atVovok t.M,
A. A Ior.
Coaa'y Supcribttcdeta. of I'ublie Istrlion
bey tell CStAP for CM Hi aad U tkey
tare net what you want. leave yew
osier ati they will fill tC
CALL ON THEM
Ji! doerBcrtkfOetfWr'afbd JCr.KOLCOMa
will wait oa ye.
RED CLOUD. NEB.
A full line of Statu Journal Co'.,
Blanks the alawbirt! blank.- of thj
ytatel ar alwsrrkept fur salts at the
Cure otfi.e, nwl at tbe aanie price
tbat they a: roM at in Lincoln and
Chruhn. Tbi kdlowmp is a partial liat
rf b!ank on fmnd:
w . . . Search Wammti.
ro-Kcr of Auorn e v.
- Jills of S!e.
. . . . Qait CU:m Deoua,
f Order of VUichreeat.
Aftwla-jtof Vsjodor or Tsmor
PreHoc. 'SSotrf '.
2oUte oiConuBls Sale,
t IAoik Rcdr,
e. r , J Ulank Setm
CeHeue of Mortgage?,.
.frgreexaeat f WarraBty Bcxi,
CcsmpUbt to ksp thy Vtmcs,
And mt !all kin. of Wank vtcd br
Xctanes ruboc, - t J
GUIDE to SUCCESS '
M9Ut B THINK ,
W&feJ ' W tM
Um itnr t
Ice Groam Parlor, ,
V !t-fw ! rn lii )
Ci men ttik 4 U (a Jktm
A Wtre W tttt HMt fkalfUMafo
i,foc1ll' lMihpL Mt lir
Mit:e:ll i M:: ;
WttUnt. VOU CA Hf r
Bed Rock Priccj.,
Kendall's Spavin Cure. 4
The snt 'km, fill -.ne-lf , dls'se'e4.
j It Iss-ertjtln s. Us tfeW el l-j avt Mist
It e a urtrtt Wet-.
Kkom Kr ! N t.UWtir.I
PrvsiI.Nt nWer sfthf Al.s Olt.He
r. r. i i- H AII.M,. V'.. i.-, -eHb sV
','' Utter I will sar that r st.tre m
Irn 'a'l's ioavia Cure H. ... ...iw..
t tety inie. Thf ee r tr t ,. i, f v,- I
s 'te Irr Btrll. and Willi it mtr4 a k-e
MUoisne. hf asfs.in. l-.t setx., ,f s,t,m
Jei.ne very lt, ,B. I mtt4 hi . t,
fen-weeks wheat bcwe KUr l . :
i" "" '" e re-. r ?... XK X Jl-
iiwrefully ysMiit. H ;t naAHiiMR
i'J-eU.-fcVKANrE WILL TEI.L
. ..... " "' - --.
hut montui to Uke the larean. ,.. t ... .-
IJ' "? welt. ut ,teHT.,o4ew
ey treat. Ksjrc(.'3ll rtt. .
..L.Zt. ...."" rr" l lu itesf A
7 W KENDALL'S IB
spavin cure! m
. IZ..I ,Y ""Fr"' w" ". p'-sura
"s-HIs ef KendJi'. 5m CsJf x with tj
l.MUiUenrH hit M that he ,
hi. .iL.a. i ..a - i
r. I ,flf. I think I ,ht it ,,, , fc-,w .
Well t Spavin Caee.' eoa fT, Uft1l , 4e't
dn how Ion,. ,he IM,ix, hl bee lb.- I
kv woe.j the her e.xkt ..L. it ?LJ .
t 'M"ll a ITl rVSB
.. i. .Z. fcVJi t . , aaie-aMis s-e-ese
. oar ka4wle-l.. r. (.,. .. . ..
Trie perJ.vtUe.orel battles hr t AU
XlZX'Anr Ji?r '-J Ta. writ sAfr A
e st nt to tnr address ra scim f ftf- by las f
errieto. j j He.Si,ALI.Tcu.
C Jy Kofr.lM.r, tU Vt.
fi sve lgflHjH
aeeK FasakaKaKm S tf
pa j ywL t
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ksisf . la est '
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efosf JaaaafWir BT
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