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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1881)
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t. I. mosDer;
Groceries, Tobaccos, Cigars
Vfc Veep n band a find a lino of groceries and
tobaccos as can be foand tn the Salter.
SUB! AD IK
It run in connection with the utorc. where: a.
supply of fresh lrc id and pies ere
slwnys kept 02 band.
Our facilities for handling this ela?p f-f good
are the bet in town. Gire foe a call, at
Moshir'e old taud.
CStf T. J. MOSHER.
R. V. R.
Taking effect Sanday. Oct. 17. 1ES0.
, 6 zS) a. so.
., ;vt p.m.
3 :40 a. m.
,Jb -JUs p. m.
8 Cft a. m.
6 :55 p.m.
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prop.
Corn, Meal. Dran Chopped Feed and
Visit the-Tied Cloud Grocery. Feed andTro
Ti.'inn store when you want tuiilie for man or
b.i-t. . . .
Hitht-t market price in cash paip for train
All kind ol.-niititrv produce t ikcn ru exchange
iurx-iwN. Uuodi delivered to all pari of town
store fouih ol IlecdV rloa factory.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
Eastward Passenger leMrw........
Freight leave .....
" " arrives.......
Westward 4 ccom leaves .......
Eastward Aecom. lravw.........,
" " arrives.......
Trains daily except Sunday.
U. W.IlALtiiKDflK. A.E.TorxLis.
Superintendent. uen I. Manager.
31. i:. CHURCH.
S. 5.. at 10 a.m.. and preaching by the I'as
tor every Sabbath morning an I ereninr. .
Prayer meeting every Tbuinday ercning.
All are cordially invited.
Moon I Callender,
Scots & Shoes,
HATS AND CAPS.
GL ASSW A n E, QU EESSWAKE,
HARDWARE & HARNESS
prL'C i-nv., etc.
fu,l lino of everything kept in a gen
eral store, at tlic 1.0WI--T cash MUCK-.
Moon & Callender.
Preprictor. of the-
City Drug Store.
ASD DKALER :
A full supply of
LAMrS, LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
Patronage mlieilcJ and thankfully received.
"Trc riptions carefully ccmpounded'SO
One dour south of (Jaibor'.s store,
KED CLOUD, NEB.
R. L- TINKER
(fiuceeinotor O.A. Urown.)
Cm"i nlws on hand and-lrimideli; short
autieu. rriet) as low n-any ifftbc alley.
Itepamnc of all kind' done promptly and
lSurial Robes furnisdied at reasonable
KED CLOUD, , - - -. SEB.
J. L. MILLER,
Kccr eontsntly on hand a full Line of
HAltXESS, COLL A US, SADDLES,
A'iirs, co:.iaj, buushes.
And" crcrythinj: usimlly kept in a first-
TWO DOORS SOUTH OK THE BASK-.
fce Highest Casbu ?ric3 Paid: for Hide!
- and Turs.
LU M BE R .
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
ttoltt Ml Iwrst frlcef
RED CL0D KEB,
.Splendid timtj for gardening.
A beautiful rain hwt Sunday
Live hoes are worth t4.G0 in
Straw hats are in YAocvs and dusters
Shipping tngs can be liad at the
Farms for cale or rent, inquire at
the Chief office.
Frogs are numerous and more than
Go to Mr. McBrideV and get a hat
or a bonnet to buit you.
The trees wil' soon be clothed in
their mantle of green.
The gra. h:us started and the prai
ries have begun to look green.
A large Mock of Millinery of all
kinds ut, 31ns. Mcltainc's
Dr. Kendall's "horse books" for pale
at the Chief office at '25 cents
Tin festne mus-quito will soon put
in his appearance and present his lit
The Hubbell Timet has changed
hands, a Mr. Palmer having purchased
Ru-ines was brisk in town last Sat
urday and our merchants ci.joycd a
Several new dwelling houses are in
course of construction and more are
Wc noticed u number of loads of
corn on the streets last Saturday, fresh
from the fields.
The bowling allev is being cut up
into sections and converted into kitch
ens, stables fcc.
Bring along your job printing, wc
can take care of it for you in the
'highest style of the art "
May 1st, at M. E. church, S. S. at
10 a.m. AS.S. Mirmon at 11, a. m.
by the Pastor. S. S. concert at Ti p. in.
A number of the boys are out in
their new spring suits. If our credit
was only good but what's the use
The farmers may confidently look
forward to the harvesting of enormous
crops the present season if nothing
The small break in Potter & Fris
bie's mill-dam, reported last week,
has been repaired and business is
being pushed with the usual vigor.
The editors of the Alma Herald say
they would gladly .publish all the
poetical efiusions that come to that
office if thev onlv had room. Ve
notice they never have room ?
The contract for building the bridge
across the river at this point was let
hist Monday evening to the Hobson
Bridge Company for $1 ,800, their bid
being ?S00 less than that of II. B.
The town hoard of Fairfield has
parsed an ordinance requiring owners
of lots to plant trees in front of same.
Let the town board of Red Cloud pass
:i similar ordinance and enforce it if
Through the kindness of Mr.
Coombs, deputy clerk, the commis
sioners proceedings were furnished u
in time for this week's issue, but wc
could not make room in this paper.
They will appear next week.
The town was full of farmers last
Saturday, many ol whom called at
the Chief office on business, and to
read the papers. Our patrons are
alwavs made welcome and our ex-
changes are at their disposal.
We rise at five o'clock in the morn
ing and spend an hour working in the
garden before breakfast. 'Tis said
that "the early bird catches the
worm," but so far we have caught
nothing but a cold in the head.
Mr. J. S. Holcran informed us last
week that he was about to make a trip
east for the purpose of disposing of
some property, and upon his return
would commence the erection of a
large hotel on the old La Clede site.
Among the noteworthy enterprises
that have sprung into distance in
Red Cloud within the hist few years is
an establishment for the manufacture
htt?. dissemination of concentrated, lie.
Located one door south of Dow's
- One day hist week wc saw a justice
jf the peace of this town with spade
in hand industriously digging up
mother earth, preparing to plant gar
den, we supposed, but on inquiry wc
learned that he-was digging worms to
Mr. Frank Leonard left at our sanc
tum last week a samplo of coal which
hC'Obtainsd at a stone quarry south of
the river. Wc suppose-that it is only
a question of time when the fuel ques
tion will be satisfactorily settled so far
as this eonntry is- concerned5..
Roby is agent for the- celebrated
1 Muiford flour, he has a large supply of
both; grades c& hand. The poorest
grade ofthis flour isvsuperior to- the
best grade of flour sent; put by other
TManiifur.tiirprs- &tH at liohv and
get a sack, and have same nice, light, L
sweet, and white bread. ' 3Stf
Ucv. J. M. Pryso will return to Blue
Mrs. Lutz is slowly recovering from
a severe spell of sicknev.
Johnedn fc Creps went west this
week to start a cattle ranche.
Flcnry Cook, the druggist, returned
from the east Tuesday evening.
Edwin Moody, of Thomasville called
to renew his subscription last Satur
day. Mr. CJoble, with Jones & Magee,
will oon commence the erection of a
dwelling in the north-west part of
Mr. S. W. Switzcr, rngi-tcr of the U.
S. Land Office at Bloomington, was a
caller at the Chief sanctum last Mon
Mr. W. B. Cramer of Cathcrton, and
one of the oldest patrons of the Chief
called htst Saturday and renewed hi
Mr. John AV. Schwaner, one of the
influential citizens of Guide Rock
precinct, called and subscribed for the
Chief last Tuesday.
Chas. F. Carssow, M. D., of Ste Gen
I'vieve. Mo. called last Tuesday and
became a subscriber to the Chief.
Mr. Carssow has purchased property
in Red Cloud.
Mr. James Bca chain of Beacham
ville. Nuckolls county, was 11 pleasant
caller at the Chief office lat Saturday,
and we gladly number him among
our host of new subscribers.
Mr. S. S. Well-, Mr. Yenson and
others from Wells P. O. and vicinity
were in town hist Monday and paid
the Chief a friendly visit. We are
always glad to meet our friends from
the north-west part of the county.
Itsxyrt Wasted. A farm to- rent, 5
miles from Red Cloud. 90 acres
under cultivation. Apply to J. Gaem
ler at the Bank. 36tf
A Tlk With ttt Imxl rf CrartyCai-
In this article we shall, perhaps,
criticise the actions of our county
commi-sioners, but in doing no f
whIi to be understood as belicveing
4l... !..... .nnanf tn lln rmt tVlPV TOM-
1 r .1 1 ;,.mnf tit-- Big Blood and Liver Cure is the. bct
ceived was for the beat interests of the . . f . . .. T, r,
A traveler on four continents sava
that Dr. Marshall's Bromoline. tfic
Put away the little shot gun and get wh'n (aIicl 0 lllt MoIMi.iy
a "Hook and line and nolo, then seek
the classic banks of the rippling Re
publican and after baiting your hook
and dropping it into the placid waters,
calmly and patiently wait for a
bite. The exercise (?) will do you
If Mr. W. J. Vance wants a dirty
job of investigating one that is par
ticularly nauseating let him go down
and investigate the old mosoback who
fled from the democratic camp about
three years ago to bite at a $500 bait
held out by a county ollicer whose
official acts have brought on an inves
tigation of county affairs.
A tree planting mania seems to
have struck Red Cloud, and everybody
is planting trees. Wc are glad to see
our people take so much interest in
this matter, as nothing adds so much
to the appearance of a town, aa plenty
of shade trees, and we feel safe in
saying that it adds to the healthful
ncss of the community. Let the good
work go on.
Last Monday night a mysterious
warning was poNted up in different
parts of town purporting to have been
written by one who was in possession
of damaging evidence against a citizen
of this town, and hinting at a diie fate
in store for him if he did not leave
town inside often days. The writer of
those mysterious notices may only
be trying to levy a little black-mail.
oimtv. mid that thev have eudlav-
ored to do so we have no doubt. That
the commifsioncrs do not fully under
stand their duty to the ieople f the
county in regard to the much talked
of investigation matter, is plain to us.
We took occasion to state to the
board at their nietting April 12th,
what we believed was their duty in
the premises, viz: That the petition
for an investigation was placed before
them by the people of the county and
that it was clearly their duty to act
upon it and to grant the prayer of the
petitioners or refuse to do so, which
would end it, and that anything fur
ther than this was simply child' play.
This position wc still maintain to be
the correct one, and wc muit confess
to a feeling of disappointment and
disgust when at. their meeting last
Monday they pursued pretty much
the same course, the whole desire
.-eeiuing to be to shift the responsi
bility of the affair upon the shoulders
ofsonfc one eNe. The commission
ers even went o far as to send a sub
puma after m to compel us to go be
fore them and take part in the per
formance, an attempt which we de
feated by demanding our fees in ad
vance, We might here add that when
the child's play business is dropped
and the cotninissioncrs'commence an
investigation, then wc arc ready to go
before them at any time in the capaci
ty of a witness and it will not cost the
county a cent. As stated above, our
onlv reason for refusing to appear
sold at fifty cents a bottle.
OSAGE ORANGE SEED.
Mitchell & Morhart have for sale a
supply of osace seed at a very reasona
ble price. Those who contemplate
growing a hedge should give them a
natural repugnance to becoming a
party to or agisting at what we all
know to be simply a farce. That the
commissioners do not want an investi
gation is plain to everyone, and if they
can satisfy the people that they have
done that which is for the best, all
If you are constipated, debilitated,
have dpcpia, humor of the blood,
one big lifiy-cent lottle of Dr. Mar
shall's Bromoline will cure you.
Druggists are agents.
Money To Loan
On Beal Estate, in Webster and ad
ininimr counties at the very best rates.
It will nay every farmer who thinks of
. . . . l.-r
norrnwing money, u s" iue uvnirt:
making arrangements with any other
No expense to the borrower no
tedious delay no dealing with eastern
parties no application fee, lonus or
commission no fee for making or
recording papers or taking acknowl
edgements no advance or semi-annual
interest, and no interest until
monev is actually in hand.
Call uijon or address
R. A. Simpsov.
33tf Loan Broker, Blue Hill, Neb.
AizxTi waKtsd diner to ia u
Now rnulu for Agent. -Vorf tUtini-
blc edition, low priced. .Vki ar
waiting fox it. Grand harrrA for
J7rn. Particulars free OuUt S0c
Act quick. Address
C. B. BEACH &. CO., Chicago 111.
alias, the Albright Hoie.
Not the Crown of Kings, nor the
Crown of Glory, but the Crawn Sewing
Machine, the latest and beat machines
in the market, it will pay you to call at
the Post-Office and sec it lofore you
purchase! For Sale by M. B. MoNitt.
MONEY TO LOAN!
Money to prove up with on final rc
ceint. of on deeded land at S per cent.,
and 1-C2 per cent, commission, or at
straight 10 per cent, no commission.
Jxo. R. WiMiox.
Office next door to Chief office. 30tf
According to the report for 1881
of the general manager to the auditor
of state, the B. fc M. and leased line
have the following rolling stock: 60
Wc have at different times asked
that the commissioners cause nil
the county printing to be let to the
lowest bidder, and we are glad to say
that they have taken one step in that
direction by ordering the county Supt.
to have his notice to teachers publish
ed where it can be done the cheapest.
It seems somewhat curious to us, and
doubtless will look strange to the peo
ple of the co'inty, that while the com
missioners order the county superin
tendent who has his notice" published
in the Chief to ask for bids for pub
lishing the same, they did not give the
same order to the county clerk who
has all the other county notices pub
lished in the Aryvs. We ask the com
missioners if there is any justice or
fairness in this action. Wc ask them
that if it is their duty to order ano
county officer to get bids for his work
for which the county pays, is it not
clearly their duty to give the same
orders to each of the other county
officers. .We have never charged the
county full rates for publishing that
notice, but the board want it done
cheaper all right, we will do the work
still cheaper. The county has paid at
the rate of $:0 per thousand for blanks,
and other printing in proportion, when
the same could be furnished for but
little over one third that amount if let
to the lowest bidder. Gentlemen, do
you reallv wish to make a leduction
Will stand this onson at Red Cloud
at I aM year' rales, uz $K.0OtoinMtre
single mare; Two nuns $n00. more
than two by the same owner, $7 00 each.
For the season, $5.00; dingle service,
Tills horse needs only to be known
to 1m: admired. He has been acknowl
edged by many good judges to be the
"ill klsds of 1 Eons"
seen in this section. Weight, in nYh,
li00 nounds. Beautiful Bav. Symmet
rical form, good life, high carriage and
lest of all as kind n a kitten His owner
also has a good Jack with him at same
rates. Until further notice will le
found at the Commercial barn.
Colts can be seen at the prcmi-es of j
Jo. Fogle. State Creek; Esq. aiice,
Inavale; O. McCall. Henry Gcrkkc,
at Becker's farm and RalNtun's at In
avale, also at Red Cloud. Mules at
premises of Lew Smith and Ben Port
nier. Guide Rock, Elm creek mills
and Red Cloud mills.
The owner has entitled this Jack
"('apt. Smith," being the famoti- Lew
Smith Jack, formerly of Guide Rock.
Shows the best stock in the valb:.
D. LUTZ. Proprietor.
The Proof of the
Pudding is in the
You have onlv to call i
on us and wc can easi
ly convince vou that wc
A little BELOW the
so-called "Bed rock pri
ces' advertised bv other
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Blanks! Blanks 1!
A full lino of State Journal Co'f.,
Blanks (the standard blanks- of the
mate) are always kept for sale t Uie
Chief office, and at the same price
that thev are sold at in Lincoln and
Omaha. The following is a partial list
of blanks on hand:
Power of Attorney.
Bills of Sale.
Quit Claim Dcedi,
Order of Attachment.
Vtlidrtvit of Vendor or Lessor,
Assignment of Mortgage,
Notice of Constable Sale,
Release of Mortgage.
Agreement for Warranty Deeds,
Complaint to keep the Peace,
ivc, Ac. Ac.
And most all kinds of blanks used by
Aitniioa Bretdirs of Scrus !
The fine Stallion known as "Tom"
the property of Daid Boe-ch will
stand for mares the present season ut
the following r.itcs, vir $S to in-uit-single
nure-.two mares, $13; more
than two hv th same owner, 7 each.
For the season $0; Single service, $4.
Will stand at Red Cloud on Friday
and'.Saturdav of each week; at Guide
Rock, Mondays and Tuesdays of each
week, and at Aniboy Wednesdays and
Is a fine horse, being of Pert-heron-Canadian
and Bluch.-r-Morgan st k,
beautiful dnpplo bay. sixteen lunds
high, weight, l.MW pounds.
:Uin.1. Ambov. Neb.
locomotives. 31 nassencer coaches. 9
combined passenger and baggage cars, in the county's expenses ? If so, give
Final Proof Notices.
0 combined mail and baggage carss, 4
baggage care, 2 rnail cars, 1 officer's
and pay car, 28 way care, 1,031 box
cars, 334 flat cars, 28S coal cars, 142
hand cars, 120 rubble care, 3 derrick
and pile cars, 5 snow plows, 12 veloci
pede hand cars, 316 stock curs, 3
iron cars; a total of 2,995 vehicles.
As courts have decided that con
tracts made or entered into on Sun
day have no binding force and are
void, a Missouri man pleaded in a
breach-of promise suit that a con
tract made on Sunday night was il
legal. On the same plea, a marriage
solemnized on Sunday, as far as the
civil contract part is concerned,
to the other county officers the same
orders you gave to the superintendent,
let us have no half way measures, let
even justice be done to all. It has
already been said to us that the reason
for this seeming discrimination
against the Chief in the matter of
county printing, was oecause iuu , --iVoVr thtrnT. Motn th. fUfbter or
finri' (iilvnivilml nn investiiratiou of I Keceiver t Bloom inctoa Neb., on SAtanUj.
Lwid ( ffiee at Blorminicton Neb. April 21. 1M1.
Not'cf" i hereby firm thmt tlie followinr
U3me4 et-ler ha filed noticf of hi Intention to
make final prot in support or hi claim and f
ruie final entry thereof before tw cl'rt pi
Dlt. court in Webster eoontyat his ojfiee In
Red CToud Neb. on JSatnrday May 28. 1M1. Tit.
hl entry No. 3316 for the nouth-east qnarter of
recticn 22 town 1 north ranee u wesi.noa nmr
the following u hh wltnettti toprora contiBH
ous rnidenc apon and cnltivatioa ofai4 tret
vit: Darid A ndereon John 0borne Fred IlBa
mel and Walter C. Wade all of Red Clnod Neb.
apri'juni B. W. fcWITZKK. enter.
LandOITiceat Bloominftoa Neb. April, 21. 18V)
Notice U hereby tWen that the foltowinf
named rettler bw filed notice of his intention to
vak final proof in rapport of hu cuias. ana le
Crescent was foaled May I4th 1875,
Dame, first S.unpou, sired by a Thor
onhbred imported Norman, weight
1430 pound". Will -taml at the prcm-ip-of
the owner, on section 10 town
2 range 9, near Thomasville. four day
ofeach week, and Fridays of each
.-.,.!; six- miles north of owner's farm.
nt Dixon's black-mith shop, and at
lllm Hill on Suturdavs.
TtUMS. : IS 00 to iunre sim-le
mare. Two marcs. $13. Sincle ser
vice, $4. Partie- are reiucted to lw
prompt in attendance on stand. No
responsibility fiir accidonU. but care
will be taken to avoid them
3st3 E. W. SHIKI.I.Y.
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Buggies & Phaetons.
Wc do not Want Agents
DEI LEU IX
county alfiiirs. While wc are not
prepared to believe this report, wc
acknowledge that there might be
some truth in it, and we call upon the
people of the county, whose servants
the commissioners arc, to judge be
tween us and them. If the commis
sioners have a right, in their capacity
; mililm sorvimts. to discriminate
would be null and void, and could ujjain-t this man or that man because
Jaly 9th 1881. tik
Preemption P. S. No. U8 1 far the LotJ 5o.
and 8. in fee. and Lot 1 see. 8 town 1 N. raoie
12 W and Damra the tullowinn aa hi witnef'
to proTehij reiidflioe and rultiration of fsU
tract viz: tievrge DeLonr. Adolph Fmlth.
Nathan A yer and Allen Ayew. all of KiTr
april28juDe2. S. "W. SWITZER. ReiruUr.
not be enforced. Considering that
more marriage ceremonies are per
formed on Sunday than any other
day of the week, such a decision
would create considerable commotion
The editor of the Argiut refers to the
fact that we charge the county 34 per
year for publishing the county Super
intendent's notice, and calls it a steal.
If the editor of the Argus will consult
the statutes, he will find that the law
allows us jifltHwo dollars a year for
doing that work, and that we have
voluntarily made thccounty a dona
tion of $18 a year out of the amount
lawfully ours for doins the work. So
much for that falsehood.
Lait August the editor of the Argus
slipped in a bill for printing for the
county, that contained some of the
most outrageous charges that was
ever heard of, among which was a
charge for county judge's summons
at te rate of thirty dollars a ' thousand.
The proof that this outrageous charge
was made can be had at the court
house; the bill was allowed Aug. 9.
1880.- Evidently Mr. A. J. Kenney is
a reformer with a vengancc. Those
summons' when bought in Lincoln or
Omaha onlv cost etght dollars per
his views and opinions arc at variance
wjth theirs, then wc bow to the
inevitable and humbly submit. But,
on the other hand, if it clearly the
duty of the county commissioners to
conduct county affairs iu the interests
of the people at large, without favor
itism, then wc demand that they in
struct all the county officers to get
their printing, which the county pays
for, done where it can be done the
cheapest, and that an equal chance
be given the two newspaper offices
in the counlv to bid for the same.
: . 1
The investigation seems to-live
been pretty effectually snuffedmt.
The commissioners at their meeting
Monday concluded that they would
not go on with it, but would lay the
matter over until their meeting
Land Office at Bloo mini ton Neb. April 21.1M1.
Notice U hereby siren tht the following
named aettler ha filed notice of but intention to
make final proof in rupport of bia claim and te
cure final entry thereor before Jame i. Toller
Clerc of Qmrt in VleUter eoanty b. at hu
office in tted Clond IS to. on Saarday July 2nd.
iViLum II. ETmw.
IIM entry No. J006. for the 8 K M fee. 32 town
3 north range 10 west and dihm the following
as bis witncci to proro continuous reaideae
on and cnltiration of aaid tract Tin Kdward
ll.Keeney. William Croach. Bnee II. France
of Cowlc .Neb., aud Merrin L. Taotaa of Kad
apriKSjane'i. 8. W- 8WITZEK. Kegitter.
Land Office at BlooMington Neb. April. 23. llfil.
Aoliceis hereby giTen that Ue tollowing
named Mttler bat filed notice of hu isUntioa
to make final proof in rapport of hu cUub. and
fltenr final entry thereol. before Clerk of the
DUtriet Court of WabtUr county at bia office ia
Red Cloud. Neb.. o bat arday July S.1M1.
J amis P. TcJft.
H'd entry No. 229. fot the N W J.J eection 2
town 4 north range 11 wett. and name the fot
lowing a hi witnca to prove cntiaaooa
refideneeoB and cultivation of laid tract nt:
Aloaio Tobin. Hawlry UsBpkry. Kiehard
Lewis end Lawrence Tabia all ol BUe Hill
priir2aiBBe2 S. If. 8WITZER.Regier.
Mr. A. 0. Berg has accepted a situa
tion with A. S. Marsh.
for nice Millinery
Prcf. lice's Waatker ?rditticr3 For
lsto 3d, cloudy with rain; 4th and
5th. clear; 6th to 9th cloudy with
thousand. We are prepared to prove severe storms in localities; lgtb and
tho above statements, and we waste, 11th, clear and liable to frost; 12th to
this space to show what a notorious
liar A-J.'Kennev is a man without
truth' or decency a political" prosti
tute antt tum-coat, ofwliom it'is out-
rentlv resortctl, and ceuenU? be
lieved tha he sold his manhood if he
ever had any, and his irtdependence,
for $5U0'and became Uic cringing slave
aud dirty mouthpiece of a dishonest
couaty official. Bah, from such men,
ood Lord deliver us.
Laud Offiee fttBloemiastoB Neb. April 23. 1S90.
Notice it hereby gireai that tm followiag
.n-.4 .i!r hu Sled natiee of BIS IBtCBtlOU to
' make final proorin rapport of hUelaun and -I
care final entrr thereof belore the .clerk of the
m I DUtriet Court wWebjiercoaaty aeo.. a aw
office ia Bed Cload ea Tucsoay Jaiy iu.
1SI',a: Acbcst Hc.. .
H d entry No. 31G3 for the S W i tectioB 12
town 2 north rango weat. and mati the
following at hU witness, to prore i conUnaoas
rcfideaco on and ealUrauoa pf aii trct tix:
Itear.ict Uorteaear. Jobs Leorteaear. John
Sabin and Aixanah &agscr. aU of Guide
SnU3jaae2 S.V7. SWtTZEit. BcgWter.
IZstiet cf Silt cf ia Itr7-
Notice it terebr giTta that oa Thanday the
l?th e.yefM.7. ItoUatthe !
C Wicks, ia iiameny precinct .la w eoiiar
wuity Nebraska, at lBo'clock the forraoe.
IwUlelerlorfale to tha lughe bidder f
cask, oae bay horae supposed toba ,:
tcea years Ud. weight about S09 lb- sai
horae t be.aold as a estray.
Xata uua ta wa ajr ot dpi". - '- -
BOOTS and iIOE
Hats. Caps. &
Rrariy Made Clothing
Wt have tht Largitt
Stock ia the Vally and will
not be undersold.
Give us a call, one and all.
WK Or'KKK OUU
Standard Trade Vehicles,
TO THE TUADK.
Work that ha an cstnbli-hed reputa
tion, and that can be handled with sat
isfaction, 1mi1i to bincr and Keller.
Send fur dsiiiis and price to
ROBINSON WAGON CO.
IG-lv Uincinnutt imho
i y WaffsaEbv s r
lurli i'.UIr eir nuUt a i M ul
I . lit i l.S H T I Ut
Kfi.Mimi.tt ,?. H?ri"IllMr 'ia
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.irntkit IVIsnuoim HII I
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Sorttf. lrrt. tultlill.O ! IliUlil.
Hntr M..lr, IrtUi.l t .. i-t mil
lu.tetl niry fm'ii of l tfl
. nte. tt l-r'le nllliiint . ri. a
J orl: liw IS .tJilJUS' -
Fftirniit. riiuny tJr jii,
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(M, loot Ut, tKTrr i ori. .-i.
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Jilie Mijru il y iir mimmip
lf.. t1.1 f Ho oeMtMiiil "f r
Jm.1.1. null ft I of U Inrtl Itnl.U. P
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FOB iTAlT Oli 3EAGT.
1 J. kL L J. JSKtm WaMaaTMafJ
FINE CARRIAGES AND ROAD WAGONS
Xaislxt: mtyllmtxt rxi-n.toct :
UV2 jar JC3JT2T, vxiU for C.Ulsi asi P3UCS List
The Boston Buckbourd Co.,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
Asm MOUt Maattfactarevi
at tba aelrbri4 rkmroa
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN R'Y
la r all odds Uic tcat ioa4 for yo to take wtea tntttUns In rilhex d.re:ttoo ltta '
Chicago and all effJte Principal Points fa w West, North ad Herthetl.
Carf any ezanlne tW Wxp. Tkc rrlnpat ntlr of tfw t awt ''thwwt r- 5tUri
cm Ikl read. Its ttnmaaji UaJoa ttuXx dwo cwi&cttioitt tOi ue trxu. o i-t itiitxi sX
loth, cloudv and probable.storms; lGth
and 17th, clear; 1 8th to 2let, cloudy,
with local storms; 22d and 23d, clear;
21th to 27tb, cloudy, with heavy local
rains if not storms; 2TtS and 2Sth,
clear or fair; 29tb to 31st, cloudy, with
heavy raiiw and stornv.
Tlie comoanttivcly warmer dny
raey tall CUBA? far CAS IT. aai If tho
klfa set wkat yoa want. leaTeyoaa
araar asJ tkty U1 ful it.
CALL ON THEM
Oae dseracrtkefOafber's.aki Xt.UQLCOXZ
will wait oa yas. aprltf
RED CLOUD. NEB.
JL trigi, Csli cr S
XCTICX TO TIAC3Z2S.
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Jiutire ortae reace. : am h it'ipyn. .i.w- - ..-. j., ...
: iq icrvnoi? fc.j wi. w. -..---,----.
rwa Kraaial Troe& tie crrx j xir
tliWis A(bi. Broscbitl'. Ciarb CiUrrs.
"-.!. r.rir J Tkroat IUeiKl r-if tbirtr
7wtkeTreberaTa ba rawaracrdeJ hy
forrfwaj ,S li0i2i VRviA Wt CfrfcJij,
bLVsr JZJS VUTl j Hi&rK-i2U-Jf
vxoKdi, y m lqaaraAaa.X JyT. SCgr
-- d ''fliaaaS 1SX t ig3KY
rN. E KrTiili afTTTTTiraajiaii, Ti " V j
etkais aeiwfcj rrrea. tat I w31 axaatiae
aUpareoaawaaaureferira ottr UMaveivat
-ju.t fr -- -' pf lie si aaai i or
Uoa4 tbe fiwt s.Viiw2r 1 i arrel mak aiaaozthe few ..r
auks uiu bw "r .- "w ta : rr
L...rw Hw Auiii a&u oTcaiBwr: J
aaaarx. Airil. Jaly b4 ficlaber
i .L. Cm W --) a TBD aMilT !- !
will be about the 2d, 8th-, 14th, 2Ut,J "! sPt aad Wcwaber.
y, aimimm w fci.y - - - -- -"
& .v. i uri.
ayricUar. a&4 al-nr g aspect utfsiis.
Ikiy ro not tstw or aatriei t mihsmm
mttrA ay wiieas't fatsi ata ter.&canr az
ase. Pal-lie pclti J-l Sizen lhi
At G a Me I l-f a,l txeasthea 'n -ice. SoHti
wcbij m (b.x w - w..
25th and 3Ut. The cool?r days about j
the ith, lltli, Kthr23d and 2clh
TMC CrtlCACO . aOKTH-WrSTEXM Att WAY.
feff H.?fiEdii "Matraai neh war doOrlrnnt'a's Jrarrx.Ts IuEsprt
Cjwr SurerifctsUeat v: Pofclic ItJtntetrcB
AflffOMTH! SEXt-iSZBf I
HOTHL jytXTSG r A T?.
is mseewtrf! tht wis
"QMceil twasTi. Ibcmj
fc !. .- wi7- " -w..--- j-s.rfTi-'. ..ar'u.i
ChT"t crer ttik ai z.uA4.Vji Cevf-M TkXzt Azoef is. Uw VutUrt adtrt aai
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