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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1881)
Groceries, Tobaccos, Cigars
TVe keep un hand find a line or srocrriw and
tobacooR u can bo found tn the sailer
It run in connection with the More, where a
. lupiily of froh Lretd and pies are
always kept on hand. ,
Our facilities for handlirj: Vn claw of amm!.
arc the bert in town. Oire me a call, at
lfoaher'i uld atand. ........ ,..
.7 .0 hKLLL..
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prop.
Corn. Meal. Uran Chorpod Feed and
Vir.it tho Hed Hoiid Grocery. Feed and Pro
Tiion store her. jou Mf.ini.hUplie lor man or
bc.it. . . , .
!lis;hct-ioarkct pnre in cash patp for Kpun
All kinds uiVi.unlrr pioduee taken m cxcliaw-o
Jur it'H.J. ioJi dcltverid to all i-.trts of town
rci 'A clinrru.
jt.tre tnuib I KccJ $ 1 lo r.iciry.
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
AKD DEALEtt I!
A full aupph of
LAMrS, LAMP SHADE?, WICKS,
Patronage solicited and thanlgfully received.
jB5"Trccriitiuns carefully ctitui'ouutcrCi
One door south of Carber's r-tore,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
) DEALERS IN(
Dry - Goods,
- Scots & Shoes,
HATS AND CAPS.
GLASSWARE, QUEEXSWA HE,
HARDWARE & HARNESS
' ETC., ETC.. ETC.
A iiil line of everything kept in :i gen
cml store, at tho lowest cash wuces.
Moon & Callender.
BOWLES. - NKBUASKA
E. L. TINKER.
.. (Saeccssor to 7 . A. Drown.)1
' DEALER IN
CffnnF nlwaya on hand and trimmed on sfc'iirt
notice. I'rice as towns any in the alley.
Repairing of all kind done promp'ly ana
Burial Robes furnished at reasonable
. - - NEB.
J. L. MILLER,
Keeps constantly on hand a fall Line of
HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLES,
WHIPS,. COMBS, BRUSHES,
And everything usually Icept in a first
.'- -bwovDoors xoirrn or the bank.
TaeEigtet Cash Pri Paid for Hides
J)RXLVMBER A SPECIALTY.
.'TBS BJ?'T 15 TBEK-5AttS?
? S11 nt lowest I'l-ice ,
- U i
'RSDGgOHJJ HZ 4;
R. V- R- R- Time Table.
Taking effect Sunday. Oct. 17. I8S0.
. ti 0 a. ra.
..-" p. m.
. .-5 ito g. m.
- " mfrt. .-
Westward j4ccom- leave 9:40 a.m.
arrire..5 vQ p. m.
Earl ward Aeeem. lenre - CO a. m.
M arrfres 6rp.m.
Train daily txrtpt Sunday.
I. TT. H Lnrir. A. K. TncrAtnr.
Superintendent. Gent Manager.
(Jot ready for court.
More "beautiful .now."
Miner Bros, sell Superior flour.
Uoby has plenty of Keroine oil.
The ciretii- senson comctli or apace.
Our correspondents are evidently all
Live hogs art woith 4.2u in this
A. S. Marh k-IIs Red Cloud Mills.
RobyV .-Ure is head-quart er.s for Gilt
Dr. H. A. Ifctird, the dentist, will
erect a dwellini; house in tbe .jn-in.
liny your fruit trees from the Crete
nurerics A. Kaley ij agent at this
Dr. Kendall's ''horfe books" for sale
at the Chief ofliee at 25 cents
For pure cursedness this winter sur
passes anything of the kind avc have
The present winter has been an ex
ceptionally good one to cause henri to
lay around dead.
Guide Rock will build a ferry boat
to take the place f their bridge, "re
Lost: A printer's gold "stick.''
Tift fmder will be rewarded by leaving
it at the Cheif ofliee.
We are indebted to the daily State
Journal for digest of laws published on
firt page of thi paper.
Next summer if we have any mhii
mcT will undoubtedly be a prosper
ous one for the farmers.
Lost: A gold sleeve button. The
fmder will be rewarded by leaving it at
Span ogle tt Funk's oilice.
An exchange says that the weather
i beautiful overhead, but that don't
do us any good, few of u-s go that
For cough and cold take Dr. Mar
shall's Lung Syrup. It. has cured
thousand.-. KcJcommcnd it to your
friend and neighbor. Price only 25
and 5l) cents.
Turn out and witness "Among the
Breakers." at the court house this
(Thursday) evening. It will be a treat
well worth the price of admission.
Last Saturday was a dull day for our
merchants compared with previous
Saturdays. It is needless to say that
there was no trade from the south side
of the river.
Snow is reported to be from three to
six feet deep on the level in Wisconsin.
Numerous farm houses -and railroad
train's are said to be entirely covered
up in the drift--.
"A friend in need, is a friend
indeed." Such a friend is Dr. Mar
shall's Lung Syrup for coughs and,
cold-', etc It imlv cots 25 and 50
cent's a bottle, add mav save manv a
dector bill. Sold bv all druggist.
As a business manager of a theatri
cal troupe Mr. G. W. Houghton would
command a princely salary. His abil
ity and peculiar fitness for sueh a posi
tion would insure success.
If you want to sell your farm adver
tise in the Chief, and if you want to
buy a farm or town property, call on
or address the Chief ofliee, wc know
of those who want to sell.
We understand that some of the en
terprising farmers on the south side of
the river have rescued a portion of the
bridge from the surging waters of the
turbirtcnt Republican and are utilizing
it in the construction of cow sheds.
Nebraska Grown fruit trees are the
safest to buy, as they are more sure to
live and thrive than those shipped in
from other states, A. Kaley is the
local agent for the Crete nurseries,
and can be found at Miller &, Ball's
office, Red Cloud. 2w
According to the new postal regula
tions all bills, statements and other
printed matter containing any writing
whatever, will be charged three cents
per half ounce instead of one cent its
formerly, and each sealed drop letter
will have to be paid with a two cent
The River-dale diary from which
jRed Cloud received its supply of milk
is unfortunately located south of the
river, and the-washing out of tho bridge
cut off the supply of the lecteal fluid,
which caused much grumbling un
til Mr. Montgomery took" pity on the
people and generously supplied their
A postal card was received at this
office last week from Eld. Theo. John-
sctv which conveys the inlormation
'that he is at Greenwood. Neb . holdine-
ar meeting. He says that he is glad to
be able to say that the fsctioir- in- the
Lost Creek congregation has been ad
justed, and that he takes pleasure in
reccommending Eld. Jas. Young to
the confidence of his brethren and all
the- citizeas with whom he may be
"called to :yoeKtteu
The In.-walc bridgo has not gone out
but for all the good it is to the people
of the county, if we aro to believe
what is. said by persoas living: near it,
i& might as well be in thor Gnifof Mex
ico. When the river rises they cannot
get near Uie bridge for the water and
ihen lb? rivrr i low the fovd answers
I;voiy pmpoift. lhen h tax-rmueu
"people vote $7,K)0tobuild a bridge on
, a cow path where Jravcl never goes,
.'.they must be a "JitUo.oiL"
Remember Perking L Mitchell'
The mail from Salem, Kan., comes
by way of RiverUm now.
Perkins fc Mitchell sell a Superlative.
Flour made in Fairmont.
Don't forget "Among the Breakers,"
Thursday night at the court hottso.
It Is about time the land ofliee at
Bbomington would open fur busi
ness. Some people look for the river to be
higher than ever nhon the final thaw
Squire Hawley says that he can't
stand it any longer, and f cut for his
wife last week.
Every body who has used it is Wag
ing on that Fairmont Flour fold by
Perkins 0 Mitch II, oay.
We understand that an effort fs be
ing made to induce Rev. J. M. Pryse
to return to Red Cloud.
The Rev. Geo. O. Yei-er, will preach
next Sabbath morning ajid evening in
the Congregational Church.
The farmers in the vicinity of Gowk
will receive a car load of seed
wheat at thst place, wc are told.
Remember that Perkins & Mitchell
have a general assortment of new
garden and field reeds, both in bulk
anil package. Call and see.
The net receipts of the B. fc M. Com
pany will not pay running expenses
this winter. They have had a fear
ful time with the snow and water.
A great many miles of the B. &. M.
track on the Republican river bottoms
was under water last week, which
played the deuce with the running of
Perkins tt Mitchell arc just receiv
ing a large a ortinent of genuine good
Boots and Shoo- particularly for sum
mer wear, which they will warrant and
sell at very low figures.
Some of the farmers tell us that
corn husking and seeding time will
come at once with them this spring (if
wc have any spring,) the corn having
been snowed under in the fields all
The "soulless corporation" that
stretches its iron arms across this state
has had a serious time the present
winter with the drifts and the high
water, but are confident that the worst
Go to Robv's for Big Gun, Lorillards
R. R. and ("old Rod. Red Roe, Nobby,
Horse-shoe, Corn Cob, and New Fruit
plug Charm, Fine-cut and Durham,
and Poy, K. K., O. S. and Chubby
Mr. D. G. Walker, a practical boat
builder, secured the contract for build
the ferry-boat. It will be operated on
the mill dam, where low water will
not interfere with crossing at any sea
son of the year.
The most beautiful snow fall of the
winter occurred bust Sunday evening
and Monday morning, there was no
wind and it remained where it fell,
covering everything with a nice even
sheet of pure white.
That great and (perhaps) good man,
Henry Ward Beechcr says that "the
man who complains the mo-st against
the newspaper wants the mot to have
his name mentioned in it, and would
consent to be bombarded for a week
to gain that end.
All who are owing tis arc respect
fully rerpiestcd to come in and pay a
part or all of the amount; not that we
need money ourself, we have no c
for it, but then our creditors would
love us more if our delinquents would
make it possible for us to pay up
Commissioner Stevenson called at
this office last Tuesday in company
with Mr, Poppe of Crete, who has
come out for the purpose of erecting a
cheese factor at Inavale. Work will
be commenced with the opening of
spring. This will be quite a boom for
Inavale, and a good thing for the
Mr,E. L. Grubb, of GuidRock,
dropped into our office last Monday to
say that he had just returned from the
eastern part of the state, where him
self and Mr. Allen have purchased two
or three car loads of seed wheat which
will arrive in a few days. It will be dis
tributed to farmers tributary to Guide
Is it possible that the little towns of
Guide Rock and Cowles have more
"get up" than Red Cloud, the metrop
olis of the valley. Each of those little
towns have secured, or about to secure
a car load or more of wheat for the
farmers, in their immediate vicinity.
Red Cloud has, however, done its
share of talking about the matter.
In vew of the fact that the old rattle
trap bridge that has totteringly span
ned the river at this point "for a few
years has departed this life very sud
denly though not unexpectedly, the
question naturally arrises, what will
be done; when will we have another
bridge ? The Chief" has witnessed the
erection and the collapse of two
"phantom" bridges across the river at
this-place, built upon poles stuck in
thesnaid, and it will, even with its hist
breath, oppose the squandering of any
more of the people's money in like
project-- to be swept away by the first
freshet that comes along. If the coun
ty cannot afford to build a good bridge,
one tha will stand, it would be far
better to build none at all. The peo-ple-of
this cotmty, if we mistake nbt,
have no' mortj- money- to throw
Thc-swecnincr tide of rrneritr is-
shown by the immense increase- of
uusuiess m inc raicnc timce-, uenerat
Land Office,. Pension Office, and other
Departments of the Gorenment.
Patent cases, Pension claims, Con
tested Laud entries, or other business
placed in the hands of Prcsbrev A:
Green, Attorneys. 529 7th St.. Wash
ington D.C., will have immediate at
EaclosQ-starnp for information.
The prtnrcrbial "oldest inhabitant"
never witnessed uch a rise in the
Republican river a wai experienced
lt week. The ice gorge cnttp.d the
river to overflow iu bank and the
damng to property along ite course in
this state lias iMX'ti great- Every
bridge acrona the river from it head
maters down to Kiverton luw been
washed away, and the Red Cloud,
Guide Rock and Superior bridges met
It was reported that a great numler
of cattle had been drowned on the
river bottoms alove here, Init wc have
lccn unable to learn anything definite
in regard to the mailer. No lives, we
believe, have been lost, though many
families living on tle low bottoms
near the river wn cotnelled to move
out, many families beating a h.itr
retreat in the night toanve themoelvcs
from a watery grave, l icing forced to
leave all their effect: to the mcrcv of
Though many private individuals
lost considerable property by the tlood
the greatest lo-s occasioned by the
high witter U the bridges that ipnnncd
the river. The lovs to this county on
bridges alone will amount to tbou
aaudit of dollars.
Fears were entertained that Potter
it Frisbie's mill would wash away, but
fortunately it withstood the racket and
ii now con-idered out of danger.
The I(Ht to the business men of
Red Cloud by the washing away of the
bridge at thi point is very great, as it
had the efl'ect of cutting off the entire
south river trade. The business men
of this place however, have proved
themselves equal to the emergency,
and will have a ferry loat in operation
in a few days, or tv soon as the condi
tion of the river will admit of crossing,
which will in a measure supply the
place of the bridge.
The lo-s of our bridges i a serious
calamity to tins county, as owing to
its present financial embarrassments,
they will probably not be replaced for
TSS HTE&AE7 BEVOLVTION.
Chug of Btfte.
This very remarkable enterprise
continues to make such progress as to
astonish its friend- and astound ib
enemies. Its greatly increasing pro
portions have compelled the removal
of its head-quarters from the Tribune
Building to the very large and beau
tiful building, No 74G Broadway, which
is in the very midst of the "look dis
trict" of New York City, and, therefore
of the puplishing enterprise of tho na
tion. This building though six storits
in height 25 feet front and lOi) feet
deep, is xntlicient only for the offices
and retail store of the Company. The
manufacturing is carried on in several
large buildings located in other parts
of tho city, though it is contemplated
concentrating them soon in one im
mense factory to be erected.
Their, list of recent and early forth
coming publications arc extremely
interesting to all who enjoy what is
choicest in literature. The Library
Magazine is inique in both form and
character and altogether delightful in
the richness of its content-. Of the
books announced, Green's larger
"History of the English People," re
duced from $10 to $1; Carlyle's "Histo
ry of the Ereneh Revolotion," reduced
to 40 cents ; Carlyle's "Heroes and
Hero Worship," 25 cents, and the
"Revised New Testament," which is
manufactured with rapidity heretofore
unheard of, will attract special atten
tion. It is worth while for every one
who has not already seen it, to send
and get the illustrated phamphlet.
"Book making, and Type Setting by
Steam," which will be sent free upon
application. Address, the American
Book Exchange, 764 Broadway, New
Be it enacted by the Lajiilature of the State
Skctiox. 1. All persons arc prohib
ited from treating or giving away any
liquor, beer, wine or intoxicating bev
erage whatever, purchased and to be
drank in any saloon, or other public
place where such liquors or beverages
arc kept for sale.
Sec. 2. Any person treating or off
ering to treat any other person, or ac
cepting, or offering to accept any treat
or gift of any intoxicating drink what
ever in any saloon or publice place
where such liquors are kept for sale,
shall be deemed guilty of a misde
meanor, and shall upon conviction
thereof be subject to a fine of ten
dollars, or imprisonment in the com
mon jail of the county for ten days, or
both, at the discretion of the court;
and in addition thereto shall pay into
said court the sum of fifteen dollars,
to be paid the attorney prosecuting the
case if there be one; and if no attorney
prosecutes, then to be paid in the
school fund of the county in addition
to the fine.
Washington, March 5. President
Garfield sent to the senate the follow
ing nominations: J. G. Blaine, of
Maine, to be secretary of state; Wm.
Windom, Minnesota, secretary of the
trcausry; Wayne McVeagh, Pensylva
nia, attorney-general; Thomas L.
James, New York, postmaster general;
Samuel J. Kirkwood, Iowa, secretary
of the interior; Robert T. Lincoln,
Illinois, secretary of war; Wm. H.
Hutit, secretary of the nary. The
senate in executive session confirmed
all the cabinet nominations and ad'
journed until Monday.
Every woman who has experience
in- bread making knows some thing of
the difficulty in always getting the
lcst results during the" winter seasou
when the "yeast gets chilled" and the
dough won't workjuftr right- The best
thing you- can- do- under such cir
cumstances is to- buy your bread of
Lauterbach-who uses only Red Cloud
Patent jtovr.-C. E. Putnam sells it-
Saloon kecj-r realize 1clUjr than
any one dc the paralyunx influence
that tlr abolishing of the American
utom of treating will have upon
Moat men who go to -aToon to ejet
n drink would not ndi for more than
one, and. if thev could do .o uithnct
violating the o-cal!cd courtev of M-'
loons would lake a drink, par for it.
, , . M. . , . ' - "
and pa about their bunne. There I
are, however, alay a crowd of pco- !
tilx t.tu-utl a.lin. 1....... ..,. .4.1 i
..v .."v.n h.aiii- niivdiv Jlti Ur.lU-
beat-"but are WK-I...ble frlln ,,..
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quamtancw, and always ready to tnke .
a drink. The man whogt-M up to the
bar very naturally raks the crowd to
,trll- T.. a -...i r. .: !
. -.vkr. -la 11 Z -Lfi flll 1
drinlcs are taken. After n few mo-
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menu of converaation, another pernm, j cent. vld by nil Ntw-denb r. U
.ishingloreciforate thecourtt-v,teir niit by po.ul order to .MINN A CO.
tlio l.-srV-.wiM.r i,,",,.! ,.,,, n .".-; Pubh-hen. 37 Park Row, ' Ywrk
me oarkeper io jet em up again. . rtviv t . i v
-., . .. ., , ' . PAihNTX In ootincctH'ii wth the
This continues until the treat Iwj.,,,, American, Mn Mia
gone around and instead of one drink S Co are Solicitor t" American, and
twenty-five or thirty have Ix'en taken, i
All tin is the result of the alurd idea,
which h practiced nowhere ele in the
world except in America, that it b
hoggih for a man to take a darnk
without a-king up the crowd.
To preserve thin custom without
violating the law, aloon-kcepers are
proposing to i-uc cheek which thev f
will sell by the dozen or dollar' worth i
, ... i
and will expect each cti.tomer to c:tr-1
ry a supply in hi pocket anl pwldle
them out to his friend who will then, !
each one seperatelv, walk up to the'
, i . i i - ,
bar and take hi wi.skey, paying for it
with a check.
This style may serve to evade the
law to some extent, but it will probab
ly be too hmiliating to mot people to
accept donation. of fifteen cents in
money or its equivalent in the shape
of whiskey-check, and oceaionally,
too, a man would over-step the mark
and find himself held up for $25.
The enforcement of the law will de
crease the receipts of many whikev
counters at least one-half. And manv
men who now go home every night in
a very mellow mood, simply through
the influence of good fellowship and
treating, will astonish themselves and
their friends by retiring while they are
comparatively sober. Lincoln Ulobe.
Pkteiwon's Macazin'K for April, just
received, is an unusually brilliant
number, especially in its engravings.
In addition to a beautiful steel-plate,
"In the Balcony," illustrating a tale by
Frank Lee Benedict, it has a charm
ing little love story, by Ell.i Hodman
Chuvch, with numerous engravings.
There is also a very able article, on
the late George Eliot, the novelist,
with illustrations. The powerful nov
elet, "The Twelve Great Diamonds,"
by Mrs. Jane G. Austin, is completed
in this number; and will be followed,
we see, in the next, by "Held for Kan
"diii," by Sidney Trevor, said to be
even more thrilling. There are two
colored patterns; a colored steel fashion-plate;
and nearly half a hundred
other illustrations. Unquestionably thh
is the bci ami cheapest of the Uidyn book,
and ought to be taken bv even- familv
in the land. Terms are but two dol
lars a year, with great deductions to
clubs, and handsome premiums to the
person getting up the club. It i nerer
too late to mbfcritte. Back numbers, to
January inclusive, can always be sup
plied, if wished. Specimens are sent
gratis, if written for, to persons wish
ing to get up clubs. Addrc-s, Ciias.
J. Pktkrson, 300 Chesnut Street Phila
delphia. MONEY TO LOAN!
Money to prove un with on final re
ceipt, or on deeded land at 8 per cent.,
and 1-G2 per cent, commission or at
straight It) per cent, no commission.
J NO. It. WiLIjCOX.
Office next door to Chief office. 30tf
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 sec it lefore you
purchase! For Sale by M. B. McNitt.
Forest and Timber Trees.
I will furnish trees in any quantity
to suit purchasers. I have Box-Elder
and Soft Maple at low figures. I will
sell Cottonwood seedlings at $1 00 per
1000 delivered at Red Cloud. Neb.
3w. C. 31. Barkltt ,
I will make a delivery of Fruit trees,
this spring at Red Cloud, and will
make it to the interest of all who
wish anything in the nursery line to
buy of me. C. M. Barrett.
Xo apples superior to those sold by
Putnam splendcd for eating or cook
ing Bottom figures given.
The famous Havana Cherootc can
be had at Ruby's, 5 for 10 cts.
Roby has just received 500 lb,
more of those nice Sugar Cured hams.
A Farm to Rent!
Of 150 acres, with good stone house
16x28, one story high. Most of the
land is in a good state of cultivation.
Also one brood marc for sale on
time. Apply to
D. S. IlELVEKy,
Seven miles south-west of Red Cloud,
OSAGE ORANGE SEED.
Mitchell & Morhart have for sale a
supply of osage meed at a vry rea.oua
ble price. Those who esutemplate
crowing a hedge should) give them a
A fresh supply of "White ICoee"
Atchison winter wheat floor, at Put-uam's.
'iAr Release of Mortgage. rAMiisC' rqbto u
. - WuZ, L Agrecn-cnt for Warranty Deed,, li.r" $& UitLlZ . -
-.Wwi-j complaint to wwrp u.c i eat, i . iliiw KrAjSt-3rt
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KOriCZ TO ?ASTISS HA7II!Q BC3ZD
Notice i herebv given to all ierons
having bored well, to call on W W
Hove, at Judge Wilcox old
first door north of the Ciia:
r,,ul fvute- for the right to uuthcnm
The under.-igned i the patantee of the
well auger and extenible nxl, and no
other peron ha the right to ue them
All persons using lKrcd well will be
requited to pay $5 in cash or gie a
note for id due in sit mouth from
date, to draw iuterer-t at the rate of
ten per cent.
Owners of well auger are also noti
fied to call at the same place to make
arrangement?, for the future use of the
same, Hed Cloud Jan. IS. 'hi.
Nathaniel C. Ci-auk. patantee.
Mr. N. C, Clark, the patantee, was
the first man to conceive the idea of
the well-boring machine with the ex
lenible hmI, the advantage of whn.li
can be seen at a glance, a it Iuh eti.i
hled persons settling in this and other
wetern States to obtain an inexhaiM
able supply of water at a small percent
of what it cot to get the same m the
settling of Illinois and Iowa, and it i
now conceded to be the only practical
way to get water here. The roalt
that be charges, he eoiiiders to be
verv rea-onable. as the rovaltv upon
tho Drive well i. and has been, from
$10.00 to $1...(X) per well, therefore he
consider tliat he i justly entitled to
the amount charged. "Jltf
If you want to incrcae the qii.nutity
and quality of milk, feed your cow
ground feed. Putnam will .end it to
New Barber Shop,
SOAH VI'JIHY, I'm,rittr.
HEDCLOL'D, - NEHUASKA.
The public is cordially invited to call
and get a Clean Shaxe, Shampoo or
in the highest stvle of the art. Shop at
Joe Carr's Billiard Hall, Hed Cloud.
CHATrLE MOTGAGE SALE.
Where default h j been m4e in the pr
raeat uf the uia lu in a ceruin chttlnnort-
fare.riated on the ICth iny of OctflW A. It.
. unit dnly file." in tho office of th county
clerk of "Tebrtercoun-r Nbrak on the l"'lh
dy of Octu&er !. executed by Jnrih W.
ffoore nnd HercilU Moore tot-. II. Cotter, to
ecare the faytn-snt of one haodre-t and iixty
eicht t$ltS) dcllr nnd interet upon wbirh
there is now due the suta of one hundred and
ninty one dollars and ntnty cent. ij!9l'.'0.i I
will ell at publi; auction in front of wy ofliee
on Webtcr Uet Ked Clou! WeUter county
Nebraska on the IS h lUy of Jfareb A. D. I'M!.
t 10 o'clock a. la- the property dej-nkl
therein: ir: One jrrey taarc. ne drx brown
h..re. Ouoietoj double harnew. One twu
a II. Pottk. Mort-acr.
By W. C. Kiilt. hb AU'y. 'it S.
:;otics to zzzzzzzs.
Ncticei hereby (riTen.'al I will exatcict
all iron who rmy de-r to cCer tbeiBle
candidates ir leachei of the j-ruuary or
common ehool of W tb.tr county, at Hed
-!ii on tie firt Saturday in the :o ntbi ot
I ebrciry. iUr Ancut aad Nuremberg At
h'ue Hill on the 6rt Saturday tn tb wotiiht ol
--iury. April. July and tMobar. At tiuile
'.loci or. Ihe Ciri t aturdJy in tbe raontfti ol
March. June, aerteinbrt and PccetaUr.
Examination tcom-cene at 5o iloek a.m.
A. A. Ton.
Coaaly Superintcndcni oi Public Imtractioa
Ccsgh, Cell cr Zszi Thxzii
sail be stopped. Net't freqaeatly rtioltx in
n tqcurtbl- I un Dije or Camaiaptioa.
rfr.wn Kronehial TrotSe" r ceruia t" fire
'elnn A'tbmi. nronebith. Ooxb. Catarrh,
ronuntptire and Throat Iie-". '"t thirty
ran the Troches have been recmn.ncdel by
phyMci-3. and alay tire perfect tjtitfirtctn.
thiy are not new or nitriH but bariar been
tr.l by wiJo and conuni ute fornearly n
'Ulire ecntratius. they hare atUoe-l well
entetrank amnccthe few tsHe retueJie ol
he as. I'ublie peaketi 9"d 5incer oe thern
o cler arfl tren:tben th Voice. Held a:
ajcnly fire cent a hot Terywherc.
A full line of State Journal Co's
Blanks (the standard blanks of the
state) are always kept for sale at the
Chief office, and at the wmc price
that thev are M)ld at in Lincoln and
Omaha." The following is a partial liat
of blanks on band:
Mechanic Lcin, '
Tower of Attorney,
Bilk of Sale,
Quit Chum Deed.
Order of Attachment.
Affidavit of Vendor or Lessor,
Assignment of Mortgage,
Notice of Conj-tablc Sale,
The Proof of the
Oil US afltl WC VXH CUM- I
T, ,,,;, , rti, ,l,f w !
' COIl IIlCC yOU UlUl t
A little HHLOW the
so-called "Bed rock pri-
rj'j" HClVCrtlSC(l l)V OtuCT
Besley & Perkins.
rs .. (
nm ' . ' -T.2S
- Jr . iAi-
5- . .--wi
GUIDK to SUCCF.SS
WITH- - FOh
Uiiiriy AND StM'IKTY
I by fer the l.et Iluinef end ."eil '.'wide and
Hfin-I-Hook err pubHhe. Much tbe 'alert.
It tebolh mim euinpUteiy b'iw tdiery
thliiff in trie bet way. Ilnw to t Vonr ln
I.twyer. How t, d' Hatn CVrrelly and
i.eeefolly Mow t t In Swetr and 1t
eirery part of lf. and entin cW win" -f
rarieil inform aiti.n in hri en-Ue t all el
f.jr coniant rtferenee Aent W'an-e.1 r all
'or pare time r kno why tbl rxiek f re l
value d atlravUon eU b -tlee thn aar lhr
apply fr term, to II. U HCAM.MI'OL A H .
7 .3i M Mnl
: LA i
: i -
FINE CARRIAGES AND ROAD WAGONS
Xaigjla t mTlmx I 'Wn.x-xrnxxtiycM. I
8A7S jzzt Z3XZJ, vxitt fsr Citilsrsa ir.i r-2ICS HUT o
JUao SOLK Vaaafacturrre
et Vb cliUdtd Iortf
THIS HXW AND CORRECT MAP
rroree tycwi tn j TiozzbUi tjzfjtHua lht ti5
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN R'Y
Is hy sU o-lU tbc 1-Tit rorul fcr jroa U tale xfcn trat' z ? 'i Vr ttcVo k-iwwn
Chicago and all of the Prindpa! PeiaU in U Wcsf, Worth x-d Henfawest.
-jtTrfanyemnthfafap. -The rrladrv!
en UiU rtxvl. I j IJyouh lain Riake tloe-s
THE CHICAGO NOTH -
fjnf jf wfcrtpsj Ka.r8BJ sdi nr faly fr- t9 u la.urt, v. v
W1JMAN MOTITL. HXKTKn .-o
Tf t f i An f v m J tli n.jN
;Hsa rati ?Kcto jcjitii
tftur Ontln Grs th
Ilemp, tlltc WjtffAIe
No n n do It -o rV tjf Jt
It2r tk wrl of a s".
It h ! th Ijj- rf Jtart, U.
crtxl rtrt IrIta t 21 Mt
I'alr la "2 jr. IhU t3&0,
KrtuM Mrltrt. w-fcrr&Jxl t I K
tut U ciaimnl JOT tt
Prc obf 5.00.
Srl tap tx dwtti ,
t.ca N !taat Atvat.
ssnuvt, Tl H .
rim: ami wati k ntoor. .
CONTllNS NO TVlt.
airi RiMiiv roit rsc
A.NYIUlUV CAN AW-LY IT.
Ytii lUU iSlnt oJd ic c U
tn4 t r U er am! ent lscr tlH
urw kWtaHfa fvr OBC-tMrd tho rut f
KrffuAr jnm1 for tlo r rMt. aaU tm
ptatOTta rwick yll t noitv!id.
It k cWtr vil niatnl r ortrtH
wket)MtrrUI Ta mlfe
aMa caJitr la a larW KIm I HfA
It v. ,! s4f rack, fxx'l K xala. wna;
thttm. m M wA ret r vutrv4r
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rfK;l lo tatrw t( ajr rihrr
It h 4d a ivir- llMt r tlttm
etrrjone k b- a ittlt aa4t rtaaf
Vvmr i4M. dta4e- ItpofSlatf.
Itronn, HesI aet ltrlicllt Un.
Irtr In hwr'U ( IS to 30 fattein.
oay ODcmt frr pill m
" After a tuoal tlturnnrli tw f
tbU paint n nul ctitWally- rn
roramnu! It. and at" natUtlc! Ilidt
If iitirt ncil It rtlll Im onlrrrj a
M-rond and tlilft tlnio li. ('
lUwtH, m 'U- J:- fJtit. ifet Ml.
,N-4 f t ir'Uf u ui-iift. a4
H. K. PAINT &, Oil CO.,
7 INDIA T., DOvHTON, MASS.
JvMrn-r Ajt a fr IJeei-am a tt p.
llrh for l$c.l afnv.('mpHkBH, fca-.
rnAoc mart. 7jje CrtfttTHAOiiuix
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Omaha. !.. ttbliulc am. -tj
Boston BucklNKird Co.,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
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