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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1881)
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Moon i Caliender,
) DEALERS 1X(
Scott A SIie
HATS AND CAM,
HARDWARE & HARNESS
ETC, ETC.. ETC.
A full line of everything kept in a gen-
Ktlll Store, at tlC LOWEST CASH PKICES.
Moon & Caliender.
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
AVD Dllir M
A full supply of
LAMPS, LAMP SHADES, WTICKS,
COMBS BRUSHES AC.
Patronage solicitod and thankfully received.
-PrefcriitionE carefully compounded"
One door south of Garber's store,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
G. W. Dow,
Groceries & Confectioneries.
Choice Teu, Coffee Sac&r Ac.
White Fish & Mackerel.
Oreea. Dried and Canned Frails. Thabet To
baccos and Cicais. Tlour aiid meal con
aanUy on hand. Fs, Uutter
Taken in Payment.
Krcrrthtnsr warranted to be as represented.
GIVE -ME A CALL
a nd I w ill do ou good.
lit door north of arroi office.
Red Cloud, - Neb.
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUT1TAM, Prop.
Corn, Meal, Bran Chopped Peed and .
Visit the Bed Cloud Grocery. Feed and Pro
vision store when you want buLplie for man or
Highest market trire in cosh iii for rrain
AH kinds ofcountrr produce tkcn m exchange
loro.jj. (iuodi delivered to all i-nrt of town
Irco jf charge
St-irc south of Heed's. Plow Factory,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
R. L. TINKER,
' (Successor to Q 4A. Brown.)
DEALER IN '
C-.flins 'always on hand and trfmmedon short
notice. Price as low as any in the V alley.
Repairing of all kinds done promp'ly and
Burial Robes furnished at reasonaylo
HEDCLOUD, - - - KEB.
J. L- MILLER,
Keeps constantly on hand a full Lis f
HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLES,
WHIPS, ' .COMBS, BRUSHES,
ccrytlitnE.Jisually kept in a first
ly v class shop.
JCOBTH OF THE rt.KK.
pnf trtiVrtSihr Trice Fail for Bilfls
I j -ii fan.
a tx -
PB Y IJTOIBERA SPECIALTY.
S3 28T ? MAT!
- ny - .-
II. V. R R. Time Table.
Taking effect Ftrnday, Oct. 17, 1SW.
Eastward l'afCKr )eTc...
" Freight lcTe? ..
Westward .leconv leaver .....
Eastward Arcom. lctM....
ft -J1) a. m.
.7 jS.1 p. m.
.5 -SO p. m.
"9 :0 a. m.
.5 M p. m.
Trains daily except Sunday.
G. W. lILrarDor. A. E. Tocxitnr.
Miner Bros. Fell Superior flour.
A. S. Marsh hcILj Red Cloud Mills
A valuable lot and business houe
for sale Address this offlce
Mr. A. T. Ball is at Blue Springs, at
pre&ent, but will return in the fcpring.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
house of Mrs. Bent, at 3. P. m. on Fri
day Jan. 21.
Go to Roby'H foe your tobacco, he
has the finest n.-sortnient in town, also
the best lot of cigars to be had.
The Mercury has been fooling
around zero nil winter something
rather unuhtial in this country.
Mrs. Maggie Mubley of tbo Grand
Ialantl Independent, sends out a verj'
line almanac, io the j)atrond of her
Go to Roby s for canned fruifs, dried
fruit, green fruit, raisins, citron, mac
aroni, farina, tapioca, or anything else
that a nice.
Mr. Magee, of the firm of Jones &
Magee, lumber dealers, came in
from his home in Cresten Iowa,
Mr. S. McMinn, one of the Chief's
old substantial friends called last Sat
urday and renewed his subcription to
the best paper in the County.
Just received at Roby's, Silver
Thread Sourkraut, New Bacon, fresh
Shell Bark Hickory Nuts, Black "Wal
nuts, 51b pails of laid, and Bo&s syrup
It mut bo good, for everybody rec
ommends it, and doctors prescribe it.
We mean Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup,
the great cough remedy. Sold by all
The Republican Valley soap factory
is one of the established institutions of
this town. The soap has been put on
the market. "We hope the proprietor
will find in it a bonanza.
Mothers do not let your darlings
suffer with the whooping-cough. Use
Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup and the
little sufferer will soon find relief.
Only 25 cents and 50 cents a bottle.
A number of the boys gathered to
gether on "Wednesday of bust week and
went out on a wolf hunt. It is, per
haps, needless to say that the "Gener
al" did not show himself. We did not
hear of any game being captured.
The county commissioners proceed
ings and considerable other matter
that was handed in for publication this
week will have to stand over until
next week on account of the annual
report of the county treasurer which
occupies a large amount of our space
Mr. Ilolleran of the Commercial
house evidently understands the secret
of successfully conducting a hotel,
judging by the business he is already
doing. Having but recently opened
up in this place, he has already all the
custom that his limited room will al
low him to entertain. "When you stop
in Red Cloud give the Commercial a
The sweeping tide of prosperity is
shown bv the immense increase of
business in the Tatent Office, General
Xand Office, Pension Office, and other
Departments of the Government.
Patent cases, Pension claims, Con
tested Land entries, or other business
placed in the hands of Presbrey &
Greene, Attorneys, 529 7th st., "Wash
ington D. C, will have immediate at
tention. Enclose stamp for information.
"We are in receipt of a neatly-bound
set of the various editions of Aycr's
Almanac, containing not
only specimens of the language- above
named, but also some pages of Turkish
A ' i Tl v.
American, ureeK. jJiusMxian. anu uni-
neso. The book is neatly printed and
free from objectional cuts. Ayer's
Almanac is always a safe book for the
family. The collcctionbcfore us is a
literary curiositj-, and a remarkable
example of enterprise and liberality.
The annual edition is from ten to elev
en millions, for free circulation.
The persistence with which some
weak minded individuals strive to
gain notice at the hands of the press,
and the means employed by them
with a view to getting up a controver
sy with an editor of a newspaper for
I the purpose of gaining a little cheap
notoriety, would be amusing, were it
not so disgusting. Guide. Rock is cur
sed by the presence of an individual of
this kind. Experience and observa
tion have taucht us that" the very
worst punishment that can possibly be
inflicted upon an individual of this
kind is to refuse to allow Ids. name to
appear in the newspaper.
Farming implement dealers are pre
paring to furnish the farming commu
nity with every thing that they max
need injthe machinery line the present
season. A. A. Pope has formed a
partnersdip, with Mitchell & Morhart,
and the firm of Popefc Co., will soon
f be readv to cater to the wants of the
agricultural classes. Mr. Spanogle has
taken Mr. Funk- as a .partner in his
business and will open up with a full
etoclc of .machinery in. tne spring.
The above named gentlemen are all
well known as .good business men, and
the people roar congratulate them
selves on the"icti.hat they have "two
responsible implement firms to bay
their machinery from. r y
lepcrt ef ti Sd Oral Scfcxla fcr Ht
zscath tniisg fc. 11, 1S8L
Enrollment. Average Alt.
Roll or Honor.
Pupils whocc deportment, punctual
ity and diligence entitle them to an
average grade of 05 or over.
Primary; Hattie Kline, Amanda
Kline, Carrie Benfer, Frank Kline,
Intermediate; Mary Burton, Lizzie
Kline, Lieusetta Hamaker, Barbara
Newhouse, Arthur Dixon, Hugh Mi
ner, Lee J inker, Elmer Tinker.
High School; Lizzie Ebbcrd, Lcn
na Jones, Lizzie Mcintosh, Eva Mun-
scll, Carrie Newhouse, Etta Saniord,
fcva V alker, Bej-sie Walker, Clarence
Jones, Louie Kenney, John Kolcr.
A. L. Funk, Principal.
Miss E. W. C. Hawley. 1
Mns. J. H. Dixo.v. f
Rev. C. S. Harrison of York is
preaching at the Congregational
church. Services may be expected ev
ery evening this week, the public are
earnestly invited to attend.
Married, At the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. Johnatban Dun
ham in Negunda, Wclter Co., Neb.
Jan. 5th. ISS1, by Rev. (i. A.
Hubson, Mr. Alexander Riley and
Mi-s Mary E. Dunham, all of Web
ster Co. Neb,
Irenes to fashes havzitg sosed
Mr. N. E. Clark, patantcc of the
Auger and extensible rod for boring
wells, hereby notifies all parties hav
ing bored wells o call at once at W. W.
Hoyos office, first door north of Chief
office, Red Cloud Neb., and pay for
the right to use the same. The royal
ty demanded for each well is $5.00;
$6.00 on six months time.
Notice is alio given to parties own
ing well augers to call and purchase
right, to use the same. 24tf
SUNDAY MAGAZINE FOR FEB'Y.
This is the second number of the
ninth volume of this excellent period
ical, which is now conducted, we see
by the Rev. Alfred Taylor, an experi
enced correspondent and editor. The
former editor of The Sunday Maga
zine, Rev, Dr, Deems, will, it is an
nounced, be henceforth a regular con
tributor, and other attractive features
been added which will increase its
already great popularity. The present
number is literary crowded with good
things of which our space will only
permit a general notice. "The Tem
pcrcjucc Movement," by Alfred H.
Gurnscy, '"Missionary Success in Tah
iti," by the Rev. Daniel Ekwards,
"Characteristics of the Esquimaux,"
are replete with interest and informa
tion, and liberally illustrated. "Hard
Places in the Bible," by Rev. Dr.
Deems; "Women of the Bible,"
"International Sundav-school Les
sons," "The Home Pulpit," etc., are
among the many noteworthy features.
In the department of fiction "'Out of
the "World" is continued, and there
arc numerous short stories, sketches,
assays and poems by distinguished
writers. The miscellany is unusually
abundant. In fact, the number is a
rarely attractive one in its literary
and artistic features, and highly cred
itable ot the editor. It contains 12S
quarto pages and over 10U illustra
tions. $3 a year; single copy, 23 cents
postpaid. Frank Leslie' Publishing
House 53, 55 and 57 Park Place, New
York. Hofcy's Price List.
Supir 7 to 0tts for
Coffee 3 to 5lbs. for
Dried Apples 8 to 20fts. for
Standard Oil, per gallon,
Headlight oil, per gallon,
Apples by the barrel, at Miner Bros.
15 pound choico Michigan apples, at
Miner Bros, for $1.00.
Roby has just received from Chica
go a nice assortment of Page's best
Bring along your poultry,
prices paid for butter and
A fresh supply of "White Rose"
Atchison winter wheat flour, at Put
nam's. No apple3 superior to those sold by
Putnam splended for eating or cook
ing Bottom figures given.
If you want to increase the quantity
and 'quality of milk, feed your cow
ground feed. Putnam will send it to
It- is generally conceded that A.
Lauterbach makes the best bread to be
found in town, and the secret of his
success in the-bread making line lies in
the fact that he uses the superior flour,
which is the best flour made, and is
for sale only at Miner Bros. Call and
get a saqk and be convinced.
Everv woman-who has experience
in'brcad making knows some thing of
the difficulty in always getting the
best results during the" winter season
when the "yeast gets chilled" and the
dough won t work just right The best
thing yon can do under such cir
cumstances is to buy your bread of
Lauterbach who uses" only Bed Cloud
Patent flour. tJ. E. Putnam sells it.
Not the Crown of Kings, nor the
Crown of Glory, but the Crav.a Sewing
Machine, the latest and best' machines
in the market, it will payybu to call at
the Post-Offic,e and ee itbcfore you
purchase! 'Fpr Sale bjrM. RKcNrrr.
Moneys to .prove up with on final re
ceipt; or.on deeded land at S per cent.,
ana 1-62 per cent, commission, or at
straight 10 per cent, no commission.
Jn o. B. Wimjcos.
Office next-door to Chief office. 30tf
County Treasurer's Statement.
Recetits and Di5BC!VF.M-rrv rttox January Sth 1A80 to Jahuasy 6th !&!.
Jan. . 1-).
State General fund...
" School - "
" I'mvernitv "
" Penitcn'ty "
" ifoiid "
School Land Prinrp'l
University Principal ......
County Gcn'I fund
" Sink'g "
R It Bond "
Dist School :
Sch'l Bond "
1514 33 '
Fine? and Liruit-o
In teres t Fund
f'ourt Houu ,
State General Fond.
Balance Jan. 8, 18S0. 197 94 Paid State Trca. Jan. 1SS0 197 94
Reed from tax 1872 38 " " Mav " 1158 70
" " " IS '3 32 Kept 568 13
1874 1 09 Oct. 165 9
1875 2 73 Balance Jan. 6th 1S81 634 01
LS76 11 52
1S77 36 02
1878 132 66
1879 2342 04
2724 70 2724 70
State Sinking Fund.
Balance Jan. 8, 1810, 50 85 Paid State Treat". Jan. 18S0 49 S5
Received from Tax 1872 15 " " " May '" 224 SI
' 1873 09 Sept" 10S 2S
1874 44 Oct. 31 29
1875 8 Balance Jan. 6, 18S1 122 25
1876 2 90
1877 !! 03
1878 33 20
1879 439 14
536 48 536 48
State School Fund.
Balance Jan. 8, 1880 51 41 Paid State Treas. Jan. 1880 50 26
Recicved from Tax 1872 30 " " " May " 290 36
u 1873 32 Sept" 142 03
1874 87 Oct. 41 47'
1875 68 Balance Jan. 6, 1881 160 09
1876 2 90
1877 9 03
1878 33 20
1870 585 50
GS4 11 684 21
State University Land.
Balance Jan. 8, 1880 13 22 Paid State Treas. Jan. 1880 13-22
Recieved from Tax 1872 04 " " " May " 109 01
" " " 1K73 04 Sept. 53 34
1871 11 Oct. 15 56
1875 IS Balance Jan. 6, 1881 59 31
1877 3 42
1878 13 17
1879 219 58
250 46 250 46
State Penitentiary Fund.
Balance Jan. Sth 1880 4 06 Paid State Treas. Jan. 1880 4 06
Received from Tax 1873 09 " " " Mav " 2 10
" " 1874 22 September 16
1S75 68 Balance Jan. 6th 1881 163
1876 2 90
7 95 7 95
State Bond Fund.
Balance Jan. Sth 18S0 39 Paid State Treas. Jan. 1S80 39
Received from Tax lg75 07 " " " Mav " 19
" 1S76 29 September 01
Balance Jan. 6th 1S81 16
School Land Principal.
Rec'd from Jan. 8 1SS0 to Jan. 6 raid State Treas. Principal 252 00
ISSI 252 00 " " " Interest 257 53
School land int. rec'd from Jan. Lca-sc 1205 57
S 1SS0 to Jan. 6 ISSI 257 53 Balance Jan. 6 1881 284 6S
Sch'l land lease. B.il. Jan. 8 1880 339 4S
,' " " rec'd from Jan.
8 18S0 to Jan. 6 18S1 1150 77
University Land Principal.
Bal. Jan. 8, 1SS0. 2S.00
Rec'd. from Jan. S, 18S0, to Jan 6,
Int. 'Bal. JiH. 8, 1880, 463.52 Int.
Rec'd. from Jan. 8, 1SS0, to Lcaec.
Jan. 6, 1881, 414.99
Lease, Bal. Jan. 8, 1SS0. 353.16 Bal. Jan. 6, 1881, Int.
Rec'd. Jan. 8, 1SS0, to Jan. 6,
ISSI, 1,166.47 Lease,
County Gnerhl Fund. Warrants Redeemed,
Received, from Tax 1872 76 Rec'd. for taxes,
1S73 88 Paid Int, on AVarants,
1874 1 75 School Land tax refunded,
1S75 4 09
1876 17 26 Treas fee,
1377 90 05 Bal. Jan. 6, 1881,
1378 335 37
1S79 5S4S 23
Poor and Safe Fund, 1 23
Interest 770 11
County Sinking Fund Carried to Bond Fund,
Received from tax, 1S72 1 83
1874 6 S9 Bal. Jan. 6, 1881,
LS75 2 05
1876 14 42
1S77 45 12
1878 100 67
- 1879 2339 22
Bond Fund Paid Bond of 1872
Bal. Jan. 8, 1830 100 33
Rec'd. from tax, 1S72 33
1873 09 Int. on Bonds,
1S75 3 41 Funding Bonds,
1876 14 42
1877 10S 03 Bal. Jan. 6, 1881,
1878 201 23
Sinking Fund, 1878 27
Int. 363 44
. Bridge Fund AYarranta Redeemed,
Bal. Jan. S, 18S0, 51 86
Rec'd from tax 1S73 ' 2 41
IS74 r. 2 19 Paid Int, warrants,
1875 'J?.- 3 41
1876 ' 14 42
1879 5S4S 23
Int, Fund, 5S7 71
Road Fund "Warrants Redeemed,
Rec'd from Taxes - 2929 93 Paid Int. on warrants,.
Int, Fund,' 703 65 BaLJan.6, 1881r
Rec'd from Taxes, ."
J-.E 1.15 V
,itu. "Mas-. ll
3 59 i
2JW 66 j
191 S 23
4 IS I 73
1270 91 ;J
Taid State Lease Principal 767.03
Paid clerk U. S. C court,
Dwttrict School Fond
BAl Jan. b, ImO. 27i5
Rec'd from Iax, 1 572 2
State appropriation Fund. 459S
Fines ami License, M0
Dog Tax, 21
School Bond Fund.
Hal J.n. ft. ISO. 140
Hoc'd. from tax Ii75 6
Trca. S. D. No 2, 675
IU1. Jan. 8, 1550, 5
Rec'd. from taxe-, 16
Bal. Jan. 8, 1S0.
IN-c'd. from Fines,
It. K, Bono Ftnd.
Kec'd froBi Uio,
Bal. Jan. 8, 1SS0 1514 31
lluc'd. from Tax, 1S72 7 0
lu I -V
Jo -' ' i s
1875 15 s6
176 33 31
I J 4 1 1 . 30
Balance Jan. S, 1S80,
Rec'd. Jan. 5J, 1S0, to Jan. 6, 1881 23 40
Bal. Jan. 8. 1SS0..
Received from Hall Rent,
Sale of old building, ,
STATEMENT SHOWING LIABILITIES AND A8SESTS JAN. 6,
County Fund Liabilities
Registered and unpaid General Fund
Accrued Int. on Warrants,-
" " Fuuding Bonds
Interest due ou It. K. IJonu....
Bal. due on Judgement iucludiui; Interest;
Allowed accounts for which Warrants
Warrants issued and unclaimed,
Delinquent Vaxca for General Fund,
County Taxe Levied for 18S0
Cash on hand,
Of which is doubtful tax,
Funding Bonds issued July 1M, 1875, lue July nl 181,
Railroad Bond Issued Jan. in 1879, due Jan 1st 1894.
Final Proof Notices.
Lan'lOOieaat lilooirinclon Xb. Jan. 11.13M.
otier i herchr siren that the following
named settlor bs Gird notire of his intention to
maVe Coal rroofin urtort of hi claim nd re
cure Cnal cntrr therr)f btfore Jtac. Tull'Tf
i'li-rk of ("ourt In Wf lter oanty Neli. at hi
ofCrc in Itctl ClouJ 5cb. on Ea.nrJar Febroarr
li'd No. 37S7. for tbo North ut qcirtrr Sc.
S Town 1 N IUdeb 10 West. anI mtnei tbe
followincns hi witnesses, to rroTo continuous
rMiJencn on and cultivation of siii tract. Tic
Hearr C. Andni. John Mret. Jobn C- Coon,
and John W. Hull, all of It el Uoad No.
jana)fcb2 . W. SWITZEH. KccisUr.
Land Office at Bloomlnirton Neb. Jan. 5. 1W.
A'oticc hereby jriren that the tollowlnr
nsmel ettlerbx filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support of hi claim, and
secure finil entry thereol. before Clerk of the
Ditriet "nurt of Webter county nthisodfein
Red Cloud. 'eb.. on Saturday t'tby. 15th. IS31.
hM entry No. lix). for the 3 N E 'i anJ S 1A
N W i of section 2 town 3 ratisx 11 wwt, and
namet the follnwintr as bis witne'ies to rT
continuous residence nrxm and culUTatton of
said tract, tji: Nicholas Haney. Albft O.
Gnn;'r, CortU Ileal and William Oariocb. all
ot Batin Neb.
janl3lebl0 S. W. S WITZER. ResUter.
Land Office at Dlootainrton.Xab. Dec.27. 1M0
Notice is herehy tnren that the fnllowlnr
T.amed settler bas filed notice of hi intention to
make final proof in support of his claim. an I se
cure final entry thereof before James A.Tul
Irrs clerk of court in Webster county, at bis
office ir Red Cloud Neb., on Saturday Febru
ary jtb 1MI. riu
Wiluax II. STIAtt.
h'd Ko 2fG for the Soetb-exst quarter of See.
32 torn 3 ranee 10 wwt. and nimei the follow
incashi? witneswto prore continuous residence
upon and cultiTatlon ol said tract, ris: Edward
If. Kecney. William Crouch and Br'w Ji.
Jf ranee of Cnwlrs Neb and Merrin L. Tboaa
of Ked Cloud Neb. ,,..,, .
decaganST 6. W. SWITZKR, BenrtT.
Land Offlce at Bloosinjton Xeb. Dec 17. 153k
Notice is hereby ciTea tht the fotlowinc
named rettler has filed notice f his ictenti-ra to
make final proof in support of his claim and se
cure final entrr thereof belore the clerk of the
District Court in Webster county 5b.. at bU
oSce In Bed Oou on Sat J ardayansary 2Sth
Pmm L. UontKt.
h'd entry 30&9. for the K W li of Se towa t
ransell west. and names the followinr as hU
witarsses to prore continuous rwnaene po
and cnltiratioa of said tract, rin John Me.l
lumofCatherton Neb. Wilhins E.Tbom Jo
sepb I. (irandiUff and Normaa Snser. all of
vv ells Nebraska. , .
dec25an27 5. W. SWITZEB, Berlster.
Land OSce at Eloriactoa 3f eb. Dec- 21. 1
Notleo is hereby drea that fte feltowiar
named aefler has filed aotiee of bis laUstiaa to
make final proef in support of bis elalsa aad s
euie final entry thereof Lefore tbe clent f
Dut-coart ia Webster county at his oSe
Bed Cioad Neb. oa Satarday Jaaaary 2. 15.
O to tec W. Kyicar.
H'd entry No-2111. for the SaaJs East naarter
.ee-W Town 2 Kaaje 12 wet.B4 aaave the
follower as hit wttawses toprore eoaWaaas
resleBC npon aad ealtiratwa, -xix:
Lewu C. Olautead. aad MI
J. Vanee of lalrale Scb. raaJ Il7
lo aad Esxa H.Jones et Bed Cioad Neb.
d2saa27 S. W. SWITZSB. HttnT.
Notice b hereby rea that at I oVIock p.
.t. t,u Awr .f KcLrsarr A. D. lMl.ai tae
corner ef Webrter htreat aad fserts ATtsse.
I V. R-l Cimd Webster eaaat. JTebraska, I will
aell at rblie aaetioa to tbe aiaest e444er far
Jt wcr taak. wiadrsaill aad tower, tafce
firor of Jf. M- PUtt aalB- 3i.
F Gir"i aider et aaad tab 2SA day ot Da-
reman iov - -k-.-.- nir
JO- ni-ij c.
I'ald Sdfj Dit. orders,
Pid Bond and InU 3, I).
Qoup's S, D. No. 8.
BaL Jn. 6, ISSiT
Paid Int. cm !trttt&,
Carried to school Fund,
Flses and Licunse.
4 00 Carried to School Fund,
529 W Bal. Jan. 6, 1531,
Cflrried to Gen. Fund, -770 II
Bond .363 44
pAid State TrvAiurcr .2 69
Balance Janury fl, 1S51 210 39
29 Paid M. L. Tliouiiui
Hal. Jan. 6, 181
...... ..... ........... t r
29 75 29 75
Court Houei: Fund.
..- 41 00 Paid Freictb on Vault Front. 20 18
ror c i Mti imiuhi i i tm
Repaid on Well - 3 00
Labor on Court House groutuU 4 00
Repairs ou toc 2 15
Balance Jan. 6, 1811 58 25
Warrant. ...,M HS9I
are not i.vucd,
E. II. Jones, County Treasurer.
C1IA TTKL MOItTGA CESA IE.
Notice Is hereby pir-n that byrtaeofa
ehattel tnnrtf see dated on tb 1-lb d-ty of De
cember I?, and duly filel nd record fl la the
eT.ee of tbo county clrk of WeSoter county N
braka. oa the l.ltb day f December 179. and
earruted by Jcscpb W Moot l Aaltmaa Mil
ler A Co . In secure the payment of tbe sm ft
onehnndrrd dollm (llJ.U( and upon wbicb
there Is now due the sum of one hundre.1 and
ten dollars and twentyelrht cenU (fUO.2) to
cether with 110 CO as attorney's fee. and the
costs of the foreetosur. default barlnr Ln
luade in the psym-nt of ssil sum. therefore I
will fell the property therein described, ti-wlu
One Buckeye llarsw'er with JoHa Binder
Ho. 217(1. One Buckeye Uraia Drill, sletea
hoes, at public auction at blue Hill la tbe
county of Webtsr aad stale of Nebraska, oa
tbeltb day of January 1W1. at tbe hoar of
1 o clock p. at. oiiil day.
Datcl tbes 221 day of December. 1W).
Aultman -siller Js Co., MorUaases.
By A. L. Dark it Co.
A Farm to Eent !
Of 150 acre, with pood tone houc
16x28, one atory hijth. 3Icnt of the
land is in a good state of cultivation.
Alo one brood marc for alo or
trade. Apply to
D. 8. Helvekn,
Seven milesi south-wcH of Ked Cloud,
It U uppord by iomc that the
Prince visited thi country In part to
obtain a package of J. Monroe Tay
lor's Gold Medal Soda or Saleratus
Whether he did or not, it would do
honor to tbe Queen'n table to hare a
nice Hsht Bicuit as that article alw.ys
makes. If any one ha. any doubts on
that subject, go to your Grocer and j-et
a paer immediately, and find of a
truth that thre k nothing like it.
Everybody Belh it.
Blantat Blinks U
A fall line of State Journal Co'su,
Blanks (the standard blank of the
state) are always kept fur ale at the
Chief office, and at tbe arae price
that they are 6d at in Lincoln and
Omaha. The following a m partial Hat
of blanks on hand.
Power of Attorney.
Bill of Sale,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Order of Attachment.
Affidivit of Vendor orLcwor,
Aaaignment of 2ors;f,
Notice of CorstaBbw Stltr,
Release of Mortgage.
Agreement for Warranty Deed,
Coaiplaiat to keep tbe Peace,
sic-, kc, Ac
And xoot all kisd of blank oje-d w
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rcsprctfu!ly mIh iicil Krt door
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You have onlv to call
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A little BELOW the
so-called "Bed rock pri
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Besley & Perkins
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Bed Rock Prices,
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