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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1881)
lkry - Goort,
BcoIm A; Shoe.
HATS AND CAPS.
GLAFSWATTE, QU EEXSWA UK,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
full line of everything kept in a gen
eral store, at thel.OWiST CAflli rfiicis.
Moon & Callender.
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
AKD MALM IK
A full supply of
LAMPS, LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
COMBS BRUSHES AC.
Patronage olicitfd aid thankfully received.
-Pre.ripUi)m carefully ompounded"
One door bouth of Garber'a ktore,
KED CLOUD, NEB.
G. W. Dow,
Greceries & Confectioneries,
Ckoica Taaa. Coffee Sucar Ac.
White Fisi & Mackerel.
Jre. Dried and Canned Fruit. The bt To
baccos and Cigain. Flour nd muni eon
anlly on hand. Kent. Butter
Taken in Payment.
Kvcrythlnc warranted to be ns represented.
GIVE MK A CALL
j ml I will do you rood.
1st door north of arfrui office.
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUT1TAM, Prop.
.. DEALER JN
Corn, Meal, Bran Chopped Feed and
VUIt the Red Cloud Groeerr. Feed and Pro
virion store when you want U plies lor man or
heart. . . ,
Highest market price in cash paip for grain
AH kinds of country produce nken rn exchange
for finds. Uoodi delivered to all pans vt town
lrc if charge.
St'iretouth nf Reed's Plow Factory.
R. L. TliSTKER,
: (Sucee.""or to CfjA. Brown)
.Brackets, Chromos, .
C " waya o hnd and trimmed on short
nntiee. JTfee as low n any in the alley.
Ilepairinc of all kinds done pioinpUy ana
Barinl Robes furnished at reasonable
- - - NEB.
J. L- MILLER.
Keeps constantly on hand a full Lino of
HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLES,
A'HirS, COMBS, BRUSHES,
And everything usually kept in a first-
TWO DOORS NORTH OF THE BANK.
TSrEghist Casi Price Fail for Hides
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
XS BSXT IS ?H SiHIlT
5lti m !. rriee
K V. R. R. Time Tabic
Taking effect Sonday. Oct. 17. 16S0.
..." :V p. fa.
Westward .decora Imvm ......S :4ft a. m.
Ear tward Acrom. leave...-. . 5 0 a. m.
arrir e.. 6 :55 p. in.
Train daily excjt Sunday.
Q. W. H Lrrri;r. A. E. TncisT.rx.
tiuperintesdent. Cent. Maracjer.
Minor Broe. sell Superior flour.
Another blizzard iat Sunday night.
lite "January thaw" took place last
A. S. Marbh selli Bed Cloud Milk
0. C. Ca.se is. a. newly commissioned
"Betsey" favor the Ciiiet with an
interoting letter this week.
A valuable lot and busine.-ri hoti'.e
for hale. Address this office'
The ('mr.v received, four new tmb
scriplion last Tuesday afternoon.
Mr.. H. S. ICnley accompanied her
husband to Lincoln la-t Tuesday.
WANTED: To buy seed wheat.
Apply at the Ciiikf oliicc, Bed Cloud.
Mr. 0. It. Downs, and a number of
others extended financial aid to this
office last Saturday.
"Women's Christian Temperance
Union, will meet with Mrs. E. II.
Jones on Eriday Feb. 4th.
A Compel meeting will be held at
the Kirbv house on Sunday at half
J pant 3 o'clock, all ate invited.
Wonder if those seven hundred dol
lar .stealings have had anything to do
with bringing taxes ftp to 3 per cent.
Mr. Z. E. Parker, the long man of
the Suite Journal company, spent last
Sabbath in town. We don't know
what church he attended,
John S. McClelland of Blue Hill, the
genial proprietor of the Central bouse,
culled hibt Monday and aided us finan
cially. An exchange truthfully remarks
that a man who is too Mingy to take
his home paper would follow a crow a
mile for a pumpkin seed.
19 suit to call for Dr. Marshall's
Lung Syrnp if you are troubled with
a bad rough or cold. It relieves after
taking the iinbt ilo.-e. Sold by drug
gists. Chancellor Fairfield of Lincoln will
conduct the dedication services at the
Congregationali&t church next Sab
bath. He will also speak in the even
ing. The .sheriff was around last Satur
day getting feigners to a paper pledg
ing'themsclvcs to go down and asNt
in watching the bridge go out when
the ice breaks up.
Mothers need not be kept awake
nights by the incessant coughing of
their children, if they have Dr. Mar
shall's Lung Svi up at hand, and nive
one or two tioses in season. Price
only 2.1 cents and oO cents.
Hon. Ceo. W. Dorsey, Beceivcr of
the U. S. Land office, died at Lincoln
last week. A letter from Mr. Switzer,
the Register, informs us that the Land
office will be closed until a Iteceiverits
appointed four or five weeks.
The clerk of the county charged the
county $10.00 for making out the
minutes of the commissioners meet
ings for publication in the papers.
Where is the law for it? What is his
salary as clerk of the board for. An
other steal, eh?
Hufus Mickseh, the manufacturer of
the Excelsior soap, says that the great
est difficulty he has to .contend with is
the seeming scarcity of materials used
in soap manufacture. Farmers and
others who have "soap grease" to
spare would do well to call on him.
At the last meeting of the Board of
county commissioners, tho county
clerk tried to bulldoze the commis
sioners into allowing his little claim of
$700 for clerk hire a claim that was
unjust and unlawful, and which the
commissioners promptly rejected.
When the county clerk made out
the proceedings of the last meeting of
the board of commissioners he inclu
ded in the minutes a $G claim of
Dr." Hall which was rejected and
forgot (?) to include in" the report his
own little bill (or attempted steal) of
$700 which was also rejected.
For a man to who has robbed the
county for a number of lerars, to say
that he would sign the petition for an
investigation of comity affairs if the
instigators of the affair would agree to
pay the cost of the same, is an exhibi
tion of pure cheek that is seldom
equalled and never surpassed.
Webster County did an excellent
thing in the election of II. S. Kaley of
Red Cloud as a member of the Legisla
ture. He is one of the- ablest as well
as one of the fairest men in the House,
and is making a record that will stand
to the credit of himself and the dis
trict he so ably represents. riatte
From, exchanges we learn that the
B. fe M. railroad company have defi
nitely determined to run their line
through to California- At the same
time it appears that Jay Gould is fig
uring to checkmate this move.. Gould
has generally come out ahead- We
shall see whether he has met bis
match in the managers of the C.rB: fc
The two-men who robbed the safe at
Bloomington last week, and for whom
the Manager of the B. & M. offered a
reward of $200 have been captured
and are in jail at Concordia Kansas.
We are informed that they passed
through Salem, Kan., and that Lute
Mick who had obtained description
of the parties, followed up and cap
tared them, as above stated-
Concerning the claim of Mr. N. C.
Clark, of royalty on bored well-, we
have obtained but little information
that is reliable. That Mr. Clark has a
patent on the well auger and extendi
ble road, there r-.ut be no doubt,
whether he can collect a royalty from
tho-e using wello made by an infringe
ment of hU tatent Li a question for
the court to decide. All the deci
"ons of the higher court involving
similar questions seeing to have been
given in favor of the jmtentei- on the
persons controling the same. It
-oi'iih to be the intention of tho-e own
ing bored welU, with whom we have
converged, to await the decision of the
courts and abide by the same, which
is doubtless the wisest course to pursue.
Some of our exchange are publish
ing a-, a curious item, a M.itemcnt to
the elfect that a howo in Iowa pulb-d
the plug of a barrel for the purpose of
taking hi." thir-L We do not s.e any
thing extraordinary about the occur
ence. Now, if the horse had pulled
the barrel omof the bung hole, and
.slaked bin tUr.t with the plug, or if
the barrel had pulled the bung bole
out of the plug and tdnked it- thirM
with the hor.-, or if tbe plug bad pul
led the horse out of ihc barrel Mild da
ked it-i thir-t with the bung hole, or if
the bung bore had pulled the tbir.-t out
of tbe horse and slaked the pllig with
the barrel, or if the barrel had pulled
the horse out of the bung hole and
plugged his thirst with a .slake,, it
might be worth while to make a fuss
The Omaha 7V- take occasion to
abuse our townsmen, Smith Uros., of
the firm of Smith IJros. it Thomp
son, because they worked fur the re
election of Paddock to the U. S. Sen
ate. Though Smith IJros., were "fur
nenst" us in the Senatorial fight, we
do not propose to see them maligned
without rai.-ing our vo.ee to utter a
protest. Smith Bros. & Thompson are
business men of our town, and are
gentlemen, and if they saw fit to work
for the election of Mr. Paddock they
had an undoubted right to do so. All
who are acquainted with those gentle
men know that their efforts in the
Senatorial contest were manly and
honorable and that (hey were not act
uated by mercenary motives.
The "cent per cent Bank," sneering
ly alluded to by the tar, is one of the fix
ed institutions of Bed Cloud and is con
ducted on purely business principles,
and is not influenced in anv way bv
the lT. S. Senatorship.
A petition to the Board of county
comniis.-ionets, asking for an investi
gation of the county a Hairs is being
circulated in town, and, we under
stand in most every precinct in the
county. We don't know who is the
prime mover in this matter, but we
consider that it is a move in the right
direction. Tbe petition that is circu
lating in town is being signed by near
ly every one to whom it is presented,
as all feel that it is due to the tax
payers and to the county officers that
a full investigation of county matters
should be had at :is early a day as pos
sible. The interests of the people de-
maud it. For eight years the county
has been running deeper and deeper
in debt, and as all residents know, has
comparatively nothing to show for it,
and it is but natural that the people,
whose taxes are enormously hiich.
should want to know what is being
done with their money.
We hope that the invcstigi.tion, if
one is granted, which it undoubtedly
will be. we hop that it will be carried
out thoroughly and in a business like
manner, showing the exact status of
county affairs, and we hope that no
spirit of malice or ill feeling will be
allowed to influence the actions of
anyone, but that in justice and fair
ness to the people and tho county
officers, alike, tho investigation be
speedily and thoroughly accomplish
ed. If everything pertaining to coun
ty affairs are found all straight the
people will cheerfully pay the small
cost of an examination for the satis
faction of knowing that such is the
cac, and the Chick will gladly pub
lish the fact. If, on the other hand,
there has leen crookcl transactions,
and tho county has been unlawfully
defrauded, the people want to know it,
and they will cheerfully pay the ex
pense incurred and feel that they are
putting money into their pockets by
stopping the leaks and bringing the
guilty parties to justice.
Let no oue who has an opportunity,
fail to sign the petition.
MARRIED. At the Bos Home, in
theeitv of Red Cloud Neb., on
Jan. 29th, 1SSI, by the Rev. Geo. O.
Yeiser, Mr. Lewis D. Wells and Miss
Ida Mr. Croxton, all of Webster Co.,
The sweeping tide of prosperity is
5hown bv the immense increase of
business in the Patent Office, General
Laud Office, Pension Office, and other
Departments of the Government.
Patent eases, Tension 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.
Just- received at Baby's, Silver
Thread Sourkraut, Xew Bacon, fresh
Shell Bark Hickory Xute, Black Wal
nuts, Sib pai of lard, and Boss syrup
Everv woman Tvho has experience
in bread making knows some thing of
the dilficultv m always getting tne
best resnlts.duriiig the winter season
when the "yeast gets chiijed" and the
dough won't work just xighv The best
thine vou can dt under such cir
cumstances is to- buy your bread of
Lauterbach who uses only Urn Cloud
ralcntjldur- C E. Putnam sells L
A fresh supply of "White Eose"
Atchison winter wueat iiour, at rut-nam's..
More fanner were in town last
Tuesday than c hare seen n the
street-! for a lont; time. They, for the
mo:t part, came in, in rfcpoo to a
notice published in theCm.:rIrtt wck l.u.lj;ot of tew mch r I my hnt" on
Mating that an arrangement eoukl be hand. The ct?nlre of mic?ut of Stdl
mnde by nhich stel wheat could !. wnter, ctailew at D. D. Mtkarn.
Ironircd for spring 'owing. To .-siy
that a general U'vlinz of dirut pre
vailcl among the farmers after the
meetifig wa- over, woubl but faintly
express the sentiments of tho-i with
whom we talked. TJiey came in w ith the
expectation that an aranmseniciil had
ben. made by which the wheat would
be forthcoming. r.:itl went awy with
the conviction firmly rooted in their
mind-, that if any ed was procurfd
it would have to be done by individu
al ell'ort properly diiecte! toward
.-omc lucky individunl who hrd the
articbj for rtde. We did not 5etid
the meeting, ami do not know wh.it
cau-etl their hope to le prematurrir
blastwl. We lire of the opinion that a
limited amount of seed can . procur
ed for the farmer of this cmrniy frma
the B. t M. Company, Itud wo hope
that the matter will nt be sllowoi to
rest here, but that lhHo who have
put themselves at the head of thiv
movement will pu.-h the nrntier and
-ecure all the j,eeI that they can al
on tbe be-t terms po-i-dhle. While
there i- no suffering among the farmer.-
of thin county for the tiero-rtri' of
life, a great many are in loo straight
ened cireum-tiince-i to pro-irc the
nece-ary seed for their field--, without
a.-sistatice, and the fault does not lie
with them; but was ocea-ioned by the
failure of the crops l.-t y:ar. A great
many of our farmers, if they could
procure 'eed for the present scavm,
would, if crop are good, (which we
have f cry rea-.m for belie. ing will
lie the cjis) be placed "on their feet"
again and could go ahead and culti
vate their fauna without asking fur
ther as-d-tance. The H. A- M. com
pany realize thn and are ready to
a-si.-t. Let the matter be pushud for
ward without delav.
January 30, I SSL
En. ClHKr: Von have had so many
correspondents from this place for the
last three or four month'!, that I
thought it was 11 necessary for n:e to
write, but a gossiping correspondent
of the Argus intimate- that I am dis
pleased with the Ciiikf. That brinti
me out. Tbe Ciiikk. (besides being one
of the first settlei-, whiih mom-mend-
it to me,) has always been a
friend of mine, and I never de-sett my
I have always mantained that in
wiitiug to ones own county paper, it i
beM to keep as near the truth a.- possi
ble. Our Sunday schools have not
been snowbound, neither have our
cheese meetings congealed, or the
farmer's club frozen. The last men
tioned institution grew small by de
grees and beautifully le- and finally
was snuffed out, by the e-ty on
grasses. The cheese meeting- stopped
because they had got through with
their work, having appointed a com
mittee of thrpe to build the factory,
anil they are only waiting the arrival
of a man with the- apparatu- anil tbe
capital to commence operation. We
are quite--ure he will be bore in the
near future, for every week we hear
that they expect him in a few days.
If the factory i-n't buiit within the
next si months, we -hall have to call
another meeting an appoint a new
There hasn't been snow enough to
prevent any one from going to Sunday
school, as I know by experience, but
the most of the people here lo-t their
intere.-t in that as well as other reli
gious services. Inavale would bo a
good field for a mi-si.mary now, only
he would b-. oMiged to tr.ivel around
to the houses to reach the people.
The snow has done no damage, only
in drifting- into the cornfields and pre
venting the dilatory farmer from
Some of the bli7?ards commence
altogether too abruptly. One of thorn
caught Mrs. at the fxt of the hill
where she had slid down on tho boy"
sled, and she was obliged to go back
up the hill in the teeth of the gale, .-he
will not go sliding again till she is sure
the weather will remain pleasant until
Another one caught Mr. II. as he
got off the train and took his pipe
away from him. and he had to go four
miles facing the storm to get where
there was another one, so he could
smoke. Surely these men are slaves to
W. W. Harvey is jubilant over the
thirty-five dollar prize he received
with the Omaha Republican, and
Clraries Hunter thinks he got more
than his money's worth in the nicely
bound and illustrated book he recei
ved in the same. But the Bach who
received a cake of pepermint toi'et,
soap wasn't so elated about it, tho-ight
he should have prefened soft oap
The sleds have been Hying about
here plentifully of late, and every man
who didn't have one was considered
out of fashion, but to day they would
have to go out of the road to find snow
to run on.
OSAGE ORANGE SEED.
Mitchell fc Jlorhart have for sale a
supply of osage seed at a- rery reasonable-
price. Those who contemplate
growing a hedge should give them a
Eo"by's Price List.
Sugar 7 to lOlts. for
Coffee 3 to olbs. for
"Dried Apples 3 to 2ofts. for
Standard Oil, per gallon,
Headlight oil, per gallon..
2o anoles superior to those sol
i ' .
( Putnam splended tor eating or
ing .Bottom ngures given
pmi aj l
the -.mctum of the Oust, with a
where Stiilwater'. talut tn"t wire . t
w-ek in a lTcjnn. it Iht alimct fijry
ulijert that cv.dd be thunrrhl ui'u die
cu!!!, loth :ir'.r arxl old. THi rtok
the wlije-t wa-f "rec4vcl tlurt it
woubi I better for a roune man :
the ae of tve.y-ojic Ut have a good
ethnatiu. than ten thottasuMl iblnr-"." f
'ITh llr! jialte'r ws 4l fatlfr T'n--
ier with ju-tcnosi-h Iri-h to make h- Jlnw-vlni'tm- up vi:h ,k Anal r
talk fuanv. The nxt va- I. D. liaUmm e"P; "r1 dv" wn1 rat
spuuennx d mixiiat; ht- wonl W,.,w.rtt Jui-rcnrt tM,N,mh.Mn
mafce Mit -plit Ji-5 .-xks lansttinc. I
might tell of Ad -Ciucta lira. W!U rsVtS.
tlwit i I. W. Wa atsd 12. W. Wik
and other, Utt apace arsa!d fail m to
tell f a1! wb St:Ww.T WiHl!d lr
pruud of, atM mhiuk th :fl aon f
will bare iia fruit torn Usu in ih fu
hr theiudde I:.s!m w. of Mm & ,v jr.'", " ' ' mim
Ullr Franca sod Mr. llenrr ' v- 'i'i.wi' jn-r f w
1 owier Hlio stfte for Kanwn on ir .. t st n rt
iuea.T n:tf Mixting tn the matt iiti ci.. r ..! j ..4. ?!,tm e
! than a wile from the ?oun Luly' sS?4 wmam Ar4- M " -hotne.
It m'.niif. to hav- beon phtnurd j is. .. W. $i ITXKH, JUtfW. '
atheymmKiH' met un-Vr nr-!, j. "a.t'i
eiiiuManctw that would jHTrfr rt their y w i h:.r jm o ii - .: '
i.Imii iin.t u'u t.w.m. !.-.. wi.
jrr....t ...i. rt v f viiv taatfe Tl -
heiinl from ttcxi, liuy will & man
and I.'e. Uncstj Divid stsrtel the
next moruins in pursuit of the little
A. Well bus shiiqiwl one ear load of
broom corn. G. W. Francis expect
to ship three load- oou.
C. Fuller has juit gt)t a now wind
mill. C. A. Tael liiu n new wind mill
anil a new correli. Com b mnx;
hauled tf the load in larve qttant":'..;.
which shows tl-it tite t ; ' 3 no: .
a starving t"vi !t iov.
Ionium the Cn:::t or-"..:ae one de
vise a plan, how our farmers may get
M'?i win at, for if we cannot be helped
10 the feed, there will be but itn'e
wh-at owu this -pring. I tbiik tl.:-
could and shotlM be done. lVrb.ir- '
.-,..,... ..!. r. . ,1 1 .1 .
""'K vii-. .1.111, in uiriiinwi Miiti.i,.
be intere-ted in the next cars crojf
could lurm.-h the seed and let tV
titers replace it in the fall, I should
like this to be talked up in time.
Since writing the above, I learned
that Miss Francis and the girl stealer
has lelurncd, and have give the old
man the slip. The young couple are
'pending their houev-moon at E.
We would bo glad to fttrni-b the
fanners of this ami adjoining counties
with ?wt wheat, and would do i;
were it not for the fact that nil our
money i- at present tied up in a for
eign -peculations. En.
rai;s le:lis'3 topulah iI0:iTHL7.
The February Number of thi- favcr
ite pciiodic.il i- even more than usual
ly inieiestintr. The leading article,
"t-'port and Sport in America." by 1)1
iver.Ioht'sou, ha--ten excellent illu--tr.it
iou of Winter outdoor sport5.
Another admirable at tide also fully
illustrated, i ontitlnl "London Ifo-pi-tnls
and scciHs-in them." bv Janet K.
i i ikii-i ,.- .1 .. !
iv. ines. .uatiagn-car, ny Ai'.nn ."-.
douthworth, "A llu:iing Tarty in
I'lnrulu," "5I:iere and hH World." by
II. J1.ii ton Riker. 'The Frf vova-je
Around the World," and "A 8olow,,l:-'!'ks 1"- -'andnrd Wank-, of the
' ' . - 1.. .. I.... f .!. .1 flu.
by William Aikroyd. etc
are full o; ,
iiitetest and infonualion. The serial, 1
"The Amber Wiu-h," i continued, j
and tl.no are numerous bhort sUrie ,
.ind sketches by popular writer of
great merit. Among the many excell
ent poeiH, "Angle visits," by Charles
Miiekjn, and "A Tlaby Song," by C. A.
Imske, are epecjailr goo 1. 'tne inl
collany, of which there i an abuu
d;i nee. embraces a variety of subjects,
and aiford a va-t our,e of entertain
men! and tn-triftion. K.ieh number
of the m.igazine catuains 12S quarto
pages and ovi-r 1R) emieUi-hnients,
with a hanil-ome colorel fronttspeace;
the nbje't in thN number is "The
ick Ciuld." fiom a painting by Trr.yer
Single copies are sold at 25 cents each;
iTm j.i.lKi-rijjiion for a year, $.: or
?'l.ru for six; and $1 for fo'ttr month',
pot-frce. Addre.-, Fnink Leslie's
Publishing Hoti'se. 53, 55, & 57 Tark
PIacc, New York.
irencs re pasties eatiss scssd
Xotice is herebv riven to all nelsons-
having boreil welU. to call on W.W j
Hove, nt Judze Wilcox 5 old office.
tir-t door north of the Ciuf.k ollsce.
and settle for the right to use the ame
The undersigned 1.- tbe patantee of the
well auL'r and extendible rol. and no
other person ha- the riglit to use them.
All person Using sioreu wens ijt oe
nofe for 6 due in six months from -;tS
date, to draw interest at the rate ot ; d.ir, !o a. rre ,y mu locre-y -se- Tt
ten ner cent I r-fii6t meJtein.i M y Ji.i at II
Owner.- ot well angers are also noti- rrltbTuwU n rc-M !! minry. r -a-tied
to call at the a:ne place w make &?; J THt ohm 1 tOciNtf do
amuv-men for the future ic of the ,tr3f -JS"? JSJiiKTrkiS'
slime. Kvd C'ioud Jan. 1-, 'Si. . 0aia.ab- Ifoolcwlc ajrau -!
2fATMAStEi. ('. Cl.uk, pauntce.
Mr. A. U. .laric, tlie patante was
the first man to conceive the idea ofi
rhiTt ho i-l?nr"fvj h ro'isiders to be
very reasonable, as the royalty upon
the Drive well.-Ls and ha been, from
J 10.00 to 5 I5.n0 ner well, therefore he
considers that he is justly entitled to
tlie amount charged.
CP r "XT f
.Not tiic rown ot tvings-. nor ine,
-Own Ot (.Ion. but tne t.TaW71 sewing
the well-boring machine with the ex-! i0-rab! bss . ihj.' 6r'1y"r,?; ,
tensible rod, the advantage of which ! Jj-n.'. Si'pW' cSa! ;
can be .-een at a glance, as it nas ena- roABnjpme aid Ihm ; Mw- .lfc,"r'' ",
bid persons settling in this and other JFS&&
western states to obtain an ine.xhau.-t- tSlj.,rVaV. or mu.d fcu i o
able supplv of water at a small prcei.t .tc 1 by i:e .ci csaiUBi j"9,;?' .I'T,' ?,! '
of what it'eost to get the same in the jaa ".frfS' it '
?cttlin-; of Illinois and Iowa, and it 1 peWsp'iesi .sajjifcio ;
wav to ret water here. Tne royalty weni' " f
I V.-inp rh fitr-t fliiil beer machines fr constant ref
d I,v I in the maricer. u ttui pay you to can si 5 .JTied iTirsHs b-uer th xxt
1 .- ----. --- - - -- . . m - M-r sar WAir
I.. IT .k SXM TTTTT a . Id I rU W SIL.I fc '
purchase! For Sale by 3L B. ilcXrrr. -a 3-
I f you htsh t Mrratf . fKsU
tui mtmlti f milV. iVsxeai rt raw
F - lum vH fetaluw.
A Farm Id Rent !
Of 1M1 err nrth mnJ tim Kaum-
i&xn,. oar urv brh M-st at tW
hutd i its a cl -uif J natUTstUon.
At una bnM4 mwrt for le r
trJ Ajflf v
5ren Mtte -oith-nc?t f KsJ ftaet.
ttONEY TO LOAN!
(!lie !rxt ti.i
r t' tln
htr SJ f
Fin (i I Proof .Ynt ict.
u4 i b..i t , t
f t t k-liT tl .! ikr !? "m '
! :,cil wt'W Im ' ' Mat ,
tnk tWi : ' t ii .! -
;aet - l b- il4 V- .1 h it trtUMi W
atvr ietal tm m iMMrt ' bu -! -
mi SimI nr? tkr f. Itefr Jk T'-l-If.
lrk f tse o"ir' tf f V'tfr wr. t
km in M-4 U4, .'. m tit.tUj.
TifMUjfy jmL.IVI, .it.
iiitir1 . enrr
tltl,fT M"li .Vtrlf Iti-hf't IloMfil u4
.4i;u" W. itHiMfrtin ill m ili-lOtxil eb
ijs-Tfctt ?. W. :r.KK. Urti.ur.
Lil0',-at !ll tiitetti Nl Jm I'.lvit
NbIk-- hrrK firm iKal tlr fi.tlowln.
9iHit'- 'i-h1 '! HilM 1 lt t 11.1) ul,
ii" ft j i- - ' l'lt ki.fl.lu iikI i- 1
m" . . ' ' ht' r- Jaa . Iulit
mlirt 1 1 -it' r I -tb BS.uri) Ktirur
t'4 1" UrirHi"
h'J N"f. 3T7. fr Xh- Nnta t inartT ?-.
R own 1 N H&rf 10 W v t -t.l naifir lhi
flltlHlI(4 H hi- WtB . It prOl1 fk- IiS'IIMI
rt'!nir 111 anil cultf'toon t ll fr't.
(llfir-C. A-.ihtM. llii str t J fcn .(.
ru tin w. null, li "I :-! t l.-l i.
' i I'Wf at lM-om?r?'.n N'(. Jaa. tl.
.. "-r 1-rc'v r n t kt t th 'Hiriiii
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fv.r f!- al iinwif m il'tr ( h 'liiu. K- J
liklsirtn 1 "i Hi . trl rr 1 iiti ;
i'rHriisui-i r W r Wr y t ti ffl tn
ilt! Cluul. -Nt . on -itur lay
hM r rtry Sit. lli tr hc ', S K i anJ S VC
N W ' f cli'in 2 tn i rc 11 f I. i'l
nstoc thr :illoini; us lits lt"'-t l rT
nmtinuiiiH i-iirt.c tn-.n 1 eotlWt'wa of
at l tri'l. rit: 'S'rhn'ft llnti'y. Atrft it.
Or i.k'T, 'rti tlr.il nmi William (i trltich. atl
i.l It t 11 '
Ht.l til) S. W ?WlT7.:Jt.H.clr.
?i'Ik:i" heli j-n that it 1 VIlc
ui .b ilia -ll 1 iiay .f t-n-m-r A I'. lil.iti)o
r, ritrf Wi'. itr -nrn na-i louMh Atrntin,
is IUtiYi)tlriiitrrui.i, A r.iV I wl I
Mil at tu Mr io l mi lush ! lilr fur
ca h i'ii ." "wii.X 'l-r b'.J iit,Hrtr. t ail.
. walcr taaV. wiml. iintl atft nwrr. tr i
iV 'i.i. vt r'tri Uuiwm lv Miii.fr an irilrr
1,1 1 -n.t iihi f ih OtrrK. lBe f th
Ii;rici Cuurt in an l lr WefcflT etHuty '
(1-1.A1 in hvr of I. t. I'- '! . -M.
liircn nmttr lay hiail tho - Jjy ! He
ceiuhcr ISM1. ... ,,
,ll. Jo.. V . W ss. hcrB.
N'olicri' te-rehr irir-n. that I wtll xi!rt
h pnf wu mtr -Si. 1 J" r th.u
it on.t:.lu tvr ia; ;. ..t ihs in"wy
."iunn nMt.f. t ti.f eati. ji .led
.1.1 eu it Cut imi.j-- m ib' w ntb .t
'hiri. iUr Auicn-l " J .'htT At
' wr loll m uttrii ;t-ir.ly 11 th mmiih el
.mury. Ainl. uy nwl ' r. A: Oiao
n on tin iit -JfrJa ia thr awnUu ut
tich. Juh. --tHii t-J t'crhr.
KmiUitiB. ti- in t to .-Ivk .m.
A. A. I-.
Conn r Sm trmi'mlrM i l'uww lntniclio
Blanks! Blanks IT
A full line of rta'c Journal Co'e..
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I .Mi.t uiini, mt't ., i'iv - pi'"
;, j,rv are
-.iit al in i.iiuoui aim
Omaba. Tbw tollowiiij; ia a paitial lint
ot blanks on hay.:
" Qrnttld Mortfiaffw.
1'owar of Attorney.
Quit Claim IHmia.
)rder of Atiflchmont.
.Mu.larit of Vtfmlor or I-r.
Assijiimciit ui Mwrtgage.
Notice of Con!ab'p !.
Illank He i'lt-.
: .! n of IfrWge.
Agreeing for Warranty Peed-.
Com f ' t to ktep tlie Peace
1.1 n' , .ivti of blanks KifA by
ot..iif s X U'.i.'.
G2A7-S s?z:inc icrr '-
fRADC MARK 7ie 5-5 j. TA0r ?AH
- CiT. A nifill-
f-lk' infnra r
21'Y rrmal Wrak-
WiNJW torrhsa. J-np"-i
w te-iy. atii a
- k ll.xa.M lis.
V V i.i HiV
l t ASIK5.4U of 51 ATIE TASI3S.
j - - h - dltn3M. 0f rw. Hie- Tz
.v... . ln of metaorr. oitr?-ci a..
..j-. .,--.", Vested freuMy re-att iu
13 Inrurabl ' '
j TTT t? TTflCESS
GUI U& TO DUV.OJOO
' i br far the Vt Ssitseu and 5l OaV.e i
it tells bnfs ? coar-l'te'r b to lo r-rx-
Jlsirye'-. ito to d CaMBe,CVrreuy a-
- - f yif; S sBttiaiwU-iaef
Jr4rjJ inforralins taJL
reaise. .Vnfj Waz'ed f'.rau
. Nested frrquJy re;
Ths Proof of the
Eating." s t o v m s.
f;HJrlr i:0ck. k-
You hare only to "iiaritrre Xtort,.
on us and wc can casi-comc an(j scc s ns wc
ly convince you that wcj will not be
do sell UNDERSOLD.
A little BKLOW
edred rock pn-
ces' advertised bv other
Besley & Perkins.
MITCHELL I MOUUT'I
WllkCK VOO CA uvr
k ill :.ci u
Bed Rock Priccr.
, r-if-rr -r,ij-C2uw
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Th n"' 'u r '"' w l ' f l"ntefi.
St film f rkTri t- I nl Wlf
.ti itTfrMi W
Fkom iu v y ;r: r;KR.
Vmv-Unt l."l rfihSs iir iO'rtt
I ll..V-. j. , ;a
te II 1 Kio . ' it- I. 1
Kutrlv'irr 1 will !) " ,. i'
l.rn l' "irnitw Ctr' a. - 'ttf -.-aj
lory '! TttMt ' I i'-r t
I '! uf jrtrmt tt. ol wiH l ill-l 1 h
' lio"- ly a SMm. I.awf t' y -
Hmtm rtj Im f I umW hiM 1 -f
few irV hra li ktai ltr . it Srl I
Mit hiia ti the rm'4 b r ir, whe i 'jit- 1
rmir 'I lat. fWi- f"ftuiaj. I sr -rvm I
VlMi it Kn U!i" -..H "ui .in-i n( h vo
lbft h"itl rijr.l hisn i h 1 rl l'ii '
bcita r rat thi buixih h tol. i
t llfier fatty ,-f.. ' .N ORIN'HCII
PIIIWEVKKXNCK WILL TKLL.
SlHBihW.s. Vars.. Alarti h. ItW
It J K" tH i 1 . 0n In mie 1 y I.
ah't u)'. I Ibis 1 01111 I lt yii rv.w Ihil
I hare r tutvi n Irf.m rtn Hh K-t
il! Si'irm t'ar ' r rry tr ,& dau'l
dtnw 1mi Utngt ?h. riTin hi-J rti ihffij. I
fiat- MWH1 the h r 'tkt inaitft It tw j m
four n th to Uie lh Urir tu,o nC jvl (,t
ti imill nn t tne uiel trn htll th
Kf ti entitt'y t. &t at a'lttllf anlnv
'.anm l It eo r Irll ThO it a vr-ltrful
mciwil';. tl it a fw th.nc tctr. tmtirt'l.
r ill wht it b. f-ir w iu a! i bt
crycrut. Ktieiluily yuf.
VfnJ al Irril 'Ju,rsil Clr'ylar htrb
hmk 'Tt ro'iT pntl t lit virlars
....... f. I..-., r.. ....r . .1 1 .it.li .j(. . 1. 4 ! a..
:cn t- our knw!r-ir. t-r Lrtt a tll a t4(i.
ro"ci ir imiiie rc tKiila V,t $'t All
Lrojr-t ba's it or ' tU tt for you. ,r it ill
3coi tu ny ajaroi rn ri- tk by ths
rrotr.etfcri. 11. J. K l.SDALl. A 0
'SMr Lo.t,rta fatU V't.
SWVIN CUREfaj t
THIS 2TEW AHD CORRECT MAP
2WTta tjosd aa j rtcsooaMe ;nttloa that th
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN R'Y
Is b7 .1 oWa tic tt read for joss, to tak ta trtTJtej: Is crt-Vr dlrrttUm tctw
Chicago and all of the Prfedpal Polnla in ih Wt, North a.td Kartrett.
CorrfcDr rxztsn tM Vap. Tft JVIrJpal Ci'l nf thi TTft rl ynrih-rt rt-s fttATVsM
onUitm&d. ll iLnxtlt ink. mxus ua ouimactita it nti-ifiir y,i nr;r i
aHHsysaMSajJ B 1 Lk rai. mm m kj 1 sf mMZmmm m 9
THE CHICAGO A MOfiTH-WttTEBM itiwiv
TaI!oqtrTta4!sdU3.na vardallrrnratwa to Cae?a--o rr.. -
VXiZTSZTZr. ll7! " S7teC
atr'i-SiJ SKf? ?. ? ,
' " ' -r m at a. uj aaaMB
. IL Ifinn
.. nii .. .
Tket cme? tiii rail a- iAi
:vSf 1H 1-
U&? Julian ? V;iinIU
P.t. nt;H. .
J ! K
t i VHt.
tJ , .
FIRE AN wati:k PROOr.
CONTAINS NO TAtt.
31 1 XEB KIMDV I'OK USR.
ANYBODY CAN ArrLY IT.
With thU IMnt old hlaf;ir can Jx
taadc to Irtnk Utter aad last luajrertbah
new shlnclcs for oae-third tke ct f
rr-hlRffUar. M , , ,
Kiualiy eood for tin cr !rrn. and fr
porou brick wralls Is unequalled.
It is eU!ic will pxtnil or coatrsfl
with bat or cold. Tlitt l an lrailsrxa
ablo quahty In a durable Rooaas; IVlnt,
Ifwillnotcrark. pecloracale, bdajg
!ar. wilt not rui or corrode
It has a braTy boJy one coat lJB
equal to tbrr of any oilier
It U aold at a prlco ttit cnbl
errryrtno to hivo a wrll patatfM! r).f.
Kour JnDiloro h!r Koof-Hlatr,
Drown. Ked and Brltfht Krd.
Prira In tncl rt -O to 50 gallon,
onlr CO cents per calltL
'After a moat IhoreHirh mo of
tkU paint, we wet cordially rt
commrnd it. nd am satUMrd thai
If oaro Hiril It will be ordrml
srcoail and thin! tlrar."- (II, V.
llowcn. la tho I-UpiJt. 8rpt. 50.
iiU-nd f r circular an J r.impsw. aol
nrtltloll tbii JMifr
N. E. PAINT OIL CO.,
7 INDIA ST., BOSTON, MASS.
St'lliiu; Atnu fr IWrtrtunatbl IV.
lbh for Umjia,Lop;cr.CmKMltlyR. JO
yta or 5tlrwr ry Tt
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lclm idaadknai aaaaai a a a w a. .
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