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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1881)
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At the Court House in Red Cloud
Music will be furnished the occason by
LEONARD'S STRING BAND.
Floor Managers:. Geo. Webb, Marvin Marsh
and Will RowncL " .
Moon I Callender,
General HercliaiiMa, t
Ory - Goods,
BcotM & Shoes
HATS AND CAPS.
GLASSWA RE, QUEEXSWARE,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
A fif.l line of everything kept in a gen
eral store, at the UiWISTClSH 1'IUCES.
Moon & Callender. -
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
A full supply of
LASH'5, LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
Patronncc solicited anl tbatiltfully received.
ar-IVcskription carefully coin pound etl"Sa
One dooi'-outh of ClaiberV, store,
RED CLOl'D, NEB.
R. L- TINKER.
(SiCics3otor G.A. BrcwoO
c rackets, chromos,
C. Ciin lwn oa hand nnd trimmed on short
nn!iro. I'riceaslowasany in the valley.
Rcpai Its ot all kinds done promptly aod
Carb.i Hobos furuihed
RED CLOUD, -
J. L- MILLER,
Keeps acstantly on hand a full Line of
HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLE?,
iVIlirS, COMBS. BRUSHES,
And everything wimWy kept in a first
TWO DOOBS SOUTH OF THE BASK.
lhiBlAt Cusn PrlcPli fcr Hides
Ymm & Feed
CHAS. E EUOTAH, Prop.
Com. Meal. Bran Ch'oppcd'Feedkad
VWSJhellwHTowr'Ofoctrr, Fee- ani Pro
vision jtvrcnhcn you warn supplies for man or
Ilistot market price ia cash pain for grain
AWkmiN cirrnnntrr proi".',tiken sn exchange)
i i-ml'. iJiH'di delivered to a'.l ;strt tf totrn
trrMiuih ( Kced'f PIot K4ciry.
DRY LUMBER A SPECIA&TY.
THE -BSJtZ IX THK 1
ft'rt t --P" 5J & Q31l&tZ -
Go to Roby's for Butter on ice.
Live hogs arc worth $1.75 in this
Shipping tags can be had at the
Kendall's Spavin Cure always cure
if properly Used.
The Randolph is the
ning Header made.
Go to the Chicago Lumber Yard and
get prices licforc you buy.
Headquarters for flour nt Putnam's
Flour and Feed Store.
Call and eee the Randolph Header.
Spa nog le & Funk.
Go to Mr?. Fowler's for your fourth
of July gew-gaws, and you will bo
Water lime and Plaster Paris, at
the Chicago Lumber Yard.
The Flexible Reel on the Marh
Harvester makes it the favorite ma
chine. SrANOGLi; fc Funk.
Dr. Kendall's "horse books" for sale
at the Chikk oflicc at 25 cents
Wasted: A good Found team, must
be m good order, and cheap for cash.
Enquire of Besley fc Perkins.
4th of July goods of every descrip
tion, in the Millinery line at
Hundreds of clergymen, doctors and
others have used 'Kendall's Spavin
Cure' with the best of success.
Bos' Suits of ready made clothing
at J. G. Potter's cheap as dirt. Call
and sec before purchasing.
500.000 pounds of wool wanted for
which we will pay the highest market,
price in cash. Platt & Frees.
Don't fail to call at the leading Mil
linery establishment, one door north
of the Bank, for your fourth of July
Prepare for hail by going to the
Chicago Lumber Yard for your win
dow blind", prices lower than the
Go to J. G. Potter's for your fourth
of July clothing, boots, shoes, Ac,
cheaper than the cheapest. Don't
fail to call.
Tenant Wanted. A farm to rent, 5
miles lrom Jtcu Lioutl. yu acres
under cultivation. Apply to J. Gaos
ler at the Bank. . 3Gtf
It is just the season now for buying
Pumps and Wind-Mills. Come and
see the Eclipse, and get figures on a
first class job. Besley fc Perkins.
We have a copy of the new patent
bible which we will loan to an sub-
aeribcr of the Chief who is doirous of
seeking salvation by the new process.
Money to Loan at lowest rates.
Address B. LoMimtn Jit., dealer in
County, School and Precinct Bonds,
and Mortgage Securities.
44-t4 m Lincoln, Neb.
The New Light Running Howe
Sewing Machine has no Superior.
Don't fail to examine it before pur
chasing. Sold by,
4lw8 Spanogle & Funk.
A greenback dollar will do a starv
ing family more good than all the
prayers or sermons that could be
preached on the subject of chanty in
Besley & Perkins; have received a
new hit of Guns. Call and sec the
best finished, and most durable gun
made. Just what every farmer wants,
price only ire dollars.
Any one having a good sound team
for sale, cheap for cash, can learn of a
purchaser, by calling on
Besley & Perkins.
"We have creat faith in the cure of
dyspepsia, constipation, ceneral debil
itv, torpid liver ami all summer com
plaints bv Dr. Marshall's Big Bromo
line." Vakota Slate Gazette.
Mens' and bovs' suits at J. G. Fot-
tcr's cheaper than the cheapest, aho
boots and shoes at bed nick prices.
Come one: come all, and buy a fourth
of July suit.
If you want to buy an organ, one
that has never been used and is first
class in every respect, don't fail to call
at the chief omce. e win give
some one a big bargain.
Forgiveness ami a smile arc the
best revenge. Good health makes
happiness and Dr. Marshall's Bromo
Iine makes good health. Only fifty
cent:? and Big Bottles. Sold by drug
gists. Our stock of stoves is the best selec
ted, and finest finished goods in the
market, we have the latest styles and
at figures that will hell the good1?.
Besley & Perkins.
, It gives us pleasure to convey to the
fair sex the gratifying intelligence that
at Mrs. Fowler's one door north of the
Bank, thev can get fourth of July
.Millinery goods of every style and at
prices that cannot fail to. give satis
The US. Land'Offico at Blooming
ton wrudt'has bcolnolosed so long was
opened for thetrausacUorof business
on Thursday of last week.
C Wc arc Ung the Champion Bcag
into buying ny PJS?
ciaiW see theChnipon; we
show you i
K -? I. BrDiriV!
.s mnl T1IMMIB -IK
Renter Co.rChicago ;Wfe
now all connected I Prtncf,
J:ship firrawgemeni under the i naj?w .
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Gaze at the comet.
New potatoes are selling it T5 cent
Turn out to the celebration and
have a good time.
The Chief office has been overrun
with job work of Ute.
Come out and heln to make the
Fourth of July a gal day.
Geo. Garlw?r returned home last
week to remain a few weeks.
0. C. Case went up to Wells P. C,
last Monday to attend at law suit.
The commissioners were in session
as a board of realization Ixst week.
Last Mondav was 'the hottest day
we have experienced thissummcr.
The comet in the northern eky at
tracts considerable attention these
John Garbcr has so far recovered
from his spell of sickness as to be Able
to be out
Rev. Jameson, of Omaha, preached
in the Congregational church last Sun
Mrs. Sherwood started last Monday
for a vit-it to her old home at Mineral
Eniigh Bros., and Jake Miller will
commence to enlarge their respective
places of business, soon.
The cooling shade by the babbling
brook hath charms that it is hard to
resist, this hot sultry weather.
One of the handsomest women in
the north part of town regularly bor
rows her neighbors Chief to read.
Reports from all parts of the county
would seem to indicate that unusually
heavy crops of all kinds ivill be har
vested the present season.
The Chief office turned out some
large posters for our Salem, Kan.,
friends, who propose to celebrate the
coming 4th in grand style.
T. J. Moshcr has traded his meat
market for .SO acres of land, to Al.
Overlces. Will Mosher has rented the
stand and will continue the business.
Ex-Gov. Garber went to Lincoln
last week to procure plans and specifi
cations for the new brick building
which he proposes to build this sum
mer. Messrs. Potter & Frisbie will keep
the Bed Cloud mills ferry running for
the benefit of those who find it more
convenient to cross there than to go
round to the bridge.
Mr. Roberts who is employed at
Miller's harness shop, collided with a
pile of barbed wire in front of Besley
& Perkins store last Saturday night.
He now carries one hand in a sling.
The patent medicine men are rack
ing their brains to devise means by
which they may be able to paint their
signs on the tail of the comet, as they
do on all the fences and bridges in the
The stormrs, cither directly or indi
rectly, have furnished ye local news
gatherer with about all the items to be
had for the last two weeks. As long
as the elements arc in our favor we
Mr. Nelson Phelps, residing south of
the river, had the misfortune to have
his new frame house blown down dur
ing one of the storms last week. The
family escaped uninjured from one of
It is somewhat surprising the num
ber of incipient orators who are anx
ious to pluck feathers from the great
and glorious American Eagle the com
ing 4th of July. We hope they may
all have an opportunity to air them
selves. The election in this school district
for the purpose of voting bonds to
build a school house, passed off quiet
ly and no creat amount or interest
was manifested. The bonds carried
by a vote of two over the required two
Our friends on the south side of the
river can now come to town by way of
the new bridge and save the incon
venience of ferrying, and they are im
proving their opportunity, we think,
from the numbers of teams on the
street every day,
Candidates for the various county
offices arc begining to come to the
surface and the crop premises to be
unusually large. Aspirants can have
announcements of their candidacy
published in the Chief from now until
election, for $5.00 and no less.
Sol Hopper, who returned from
Iowa last Saturday says that the crop
prospect in that state arc not near so
flattering as they arc in this valley.
Everything is very backward in Iowa,
and the recent storms have done un
told damage to crops and property.
During one of the storms last week,
Mr. Wilcox's house just north of the
old Berenzen store building was struck
by 'lightning and considerably dam
aged. Fortunately the house was un
occupied at Uic time, or we might
have more s'erious results to chronicle.
The revision committee have knock
ed hell out of the bible and substnuica
the words "Hades,"
"Ahvt," You arc
at liberty to use
;ii,or nne of those new words
,.. u r..m;iinr nhrase when
oi me uiu " mt
orange peel suddenly sets you
on the sidewalk.
During the storm last Friday night
a bolt of lightning decended upon
t. x TrtmV stable and set it on fire,
Knt owine to the rain and the fact that
there was no hay or other combuhta
blcs in the laft it burued very s ow and
was dicovcred and extinguished, before
much damage was done;.
Kiwi Sam" is nilinc up imaacnsel
'quantities of brick, but refuses- to be
interviewed in reiereoce w imim
ing plana. We- feel safe in saying;
however, that a-large brick building
will occupy the site? of the old stone
store ih-tWe-near future;- should, crops
prove-a succcss-tbj year,.
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THey Dca't Invntlgitc.
We have at hist succeeded in getting
an expression from the commissioners
in regard to the investigation that so
much has been said about. We were
satisfied from the start that the com
missioners would not move in the
matter so long as they could avoid it,
and now they say that they will not
have an investigation of county affairs
unless they arc compelled to. In the
face of Uic fact that one of the com
missioners has told us that he was sat
isfied that there had been crookedness
on the part of the present county offi
cers, and that one of the other two
commissioners acknowledged in pres
ence of two witnesses tluit certain
alleged charges against the county
clerk published in the Chief last win
ter were true, they still refuse to in
vestigate unless they are compelled
to. They well know that the only way
to compel them to do thci r duty is to
take the matter into court, and that
no individu al cares to spend any con
siderable amount of money to compel
the county commissioners to do their
sworn duty. We arc informed upon
pretty good authority that the county
clerk has fraudently obtained from the
county $2,100 for clerk hire and that
the commissioners arc satisfied that
said amount was unlawfully obtained,
yet they, as sworn guardeans of the
county's interests refuse to institute
proceedings to recover the amount or
to set on-foot an investigation to ascer
tain whether or not the county has
been robbed in various other ways.
We have interviewed a considerable
number of the tax-payers of the coun
ty in the last six months, and we are
satisfied that at least two thirds of the
people believe that the county's affairs
have not been honestly administered.
The commissioners have heard this
complaint on every side, for month",
yet they say they will not take any
steps to see if county affairs have been
kept in proper shape unless they are
compelled to. What is a board of
county commissioners for? is it simply
their duty to meet at the county scat
once in a while and draw their pay, or
is it their duty to guard the interests
of the countv? The nrcscnt board of
commisioners have shown themselves
to be willfully negligent or else wholly
incompetent to discharge the duties of
their office, and in view of these facts
it becomes our duty as a journalist
and a tax-payer to publicly charge the
present hoard of county commissioners
with shameful disregard of their sworn
duty, and with the, if possible, more
serious crime of causing to be publish
ed a false report of their proceedings
as a board of commissioners.
We arc done. We have labored
long and earnestly in this fciatter in
the interests of the tax-payers, and
have used all honorable means to in
duce the commissioners to do what
they certainly knew to be their duty
to the people of this county, but when
cornered they say "unlets we arc com
pelled to, we won't move in the mat
ter." So be it, and let the people judge
We did what we believed to
be our duty to the people in tho prcm
isps and we rencat, we are done,
to use the language of the
Mimifh misffuided board
commissioners, "wc aoseuuco "
to have anything more to do with this
niattcr unless compelled to."
prol TieiWathr Prtdlctieas Tor
1st and 3d, clear; 3d to 6th, clouding
threatening weather, with heavy rains
and local storms; 7th and Sth, clear;
9th to 12th; clouding threatening
.weather, with rain storms in places;
12th and 13th, clear, 14th to 18th,
clouding threatening weather, with
rain areas; lath and 19th, clear or fain
20th to 23d, clouding threatening
-weather with heavy storms; 23d, to
25th. clearor fair; 25th to 30th, cloud
ing threatening, weather, with local
stbrms,.3(Xh and-'3ist, clear.
Tho comparatively wanner weather
will occur Hoect fihe 5lb"j. 10th, 17th,
The comparatively colder days will
be about the 1st, 7th, 13th, ISth, 24th
and1 3SHi. Earthquake conditions
exist on the 5th, 9th, lrWh,22d and 28.
Auroras will probably be visible about
tholM, fth, 13th; 19th, 25th and 3UL
Wc was shown, to-day, asanipJ of
the Eariv Ohio potato grown by W. B.
Robv. thir snniur. They arc the
finest notato we havcvccn in the
C S. Harmon, of York, will deliver
a lecture at the Congregational church
next Friday evening; etibject:
The new Climax is beyond question
the best Mower in the market.
C. S. Harrison of York will lecture
at the Congregational church, Friday
evening. Subject, "Transformed Ne
braska." Eight orders were taken lor the
Marsh Decrint: Twino Binder at the
field trfal In Kearney Co.. last Week.
The Marsh is the Bo-w.
Spanogle & Funk.
Spanogle fc Funk have just received
si car load Of Climax Mowers and
Combined aria chine.
By postal card from Mr. H. Steven
son, we learn that the people of Ina-
valc intend joining Red Cloud in a
4th of July odebTation, and that the
Red Cloud band will meet the Tna
vale delegation at Mr. John Barber's
and escort them to the grounds.
A. Kaley is the agent for the Crete
Nurseryiji this county and will call
on the citizens in due time to make a
delivery at Red Chmd in the fall. He
,caa be seen at Red Cloud on Saturday.
The Webster County Woman Suf
frage society will meet at the resi
dence of Mrs. C. C. Van Auken on Fri
day July 1st, at 3 p. it Tliere will be
a varied program of literary exercises
consisting of many orignal essays, and
select reading. All who are interested
in equal suffrage or mental culture
both ladies and gentlemen are invited
Per. older of the Executive Com
mittee. E. B. Knight. Sec.
Ed. Chief: As thoe few verses of
poetry published in the Chief hist
week created considerable comment, I
wish to say that they contained nothing
but the truth, in fact half the truth
was not told. Every old settler knows
that when J. A. Tulleys came to this
county he was a pauper, and that out
of sympathy for his family Dr. Wil
liams, who was county clerk at that
time furnished him with the means of
subsistance without the hope of any
thing in return, and upon Mr. TulIeyV
solemn promise that ho would not be
a candidate against him at the next
election, Williams took him into the
office as deputy, and gave him all the
If ever there was a man a benefac
tor to another Dr. Williams w:is aben
efactor to J. A. Tulleys, and tho way
he was paid for his kindness is well
known to every old settler. No man
with a heart or a conscience could
treat another as J. A. Tullevs treated
Williams, especially after having been
dependent upon him for bread. The
means employed to root Dr. Williams
out of the clerk's otlice had better re
main untold, but rest assured, Mr.
Editor, that the writer of this can
throw some light upon those transac
tions if called upon to do so.
J. L. B.
Will be sold at public Auction on
Wednesday July 13th. 1881, t II
o'clock a. M., at the 6heep ranchc f
Chauncey Simmons, in Webster Co..
9 miles north-cast of Guide Rock, the
277 high grade Merino sheep
10 Vermont Registered Merino
1 large Tank, Iron Pump and
22 Stock hogs and Pig.
47 Lamlw. 1 set double- Harnes.
2 Ponies. 2 Grade Bucks.
5 Heifers. 1 Yearling colt.
3 Cows. 3 Steers.
1 Bull. 1 Wagon.
1 Corn 6hellcr. 12 Bushels wheat.
1 Cook stove. 1 Plow.
Lot of Lumber, Tools, Kitchen Fur
Also the buildings and lease of 610
acres of School land, constituting said
Terms: Cash or thirty days time
with approved security.
J. C. Warner.
GRAND CELEBRATION !
At Wells Post-Office July 4th,
Procession will form at tho Post
Oflice at 10 o'clock . m., and march
to the Grove, preceded by the Juniata
Reading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence, by M. L. Thomas, Editor of
the Red Cloud Chief.
Orations by O. C. Case of Red Cloud,
Immediately after the orations a
basket dinner will lie partaken of on
the grounds. Singing by the North
Blue Glee Club, after which all per
sons will lie allowed to enjoy them
selves in any way they thing proper.
In the evening; an opportunity will
be given all lovers of tho dance "to
trip the light fantastic" to their hearts
The grounds are splendid, a general
good time is expected, and the public
is cordially invited to be prcnt.
Not the Crown of Kings, nor the
Crown of Glory, but the Crown Sewing
Machine, the latest and best machines
in the market, it will pay you to call at
the Post-Officc and see it before vou
purchase! For Sale by M. B. McNrrr.
The importance of Inventors cm
ploying proper Attorneys to attend to
oaes- before the Patent office, is
shown by-the contest now going on in
relation to the Telephone and- other
Those who wish their oaees carefully
attended to should correspond with
PRESBBEY & GREEN.
Washington, D. C.
(Send stamp, for circular.)
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ITS OBSERVANCE AT RED CLOUD.
The day wil be ushered in by firing too Salutes. Grand procession
with Banners and music. A mammoth Bower will be erected to accom
modatc the multitude. Basket Dinner, Short Speeches by a half-dozen
Vocal and Instrumental Music 25 voices in gleeful Song. A Band
of 500 CALITHUMPIA-NS in full Dress Parade. A match game oi'
Base Ball and other amusement'.
A beautiful ifii cosfinc! ,$?rJ, biitghf c.vtrrssi for tho purwsr. will bo
awarded to the prrcuicl or fotvnship senduii the luriiosb delegation.
Competition open to WvMcr, Jewell and Smith Conn ties.
The followinir ccntlcmcn hae been chosen as Vice-prtMdenl-, who ate united to take inuudinto Mm tv orvanhti
compete for the prize, and to be present with their rtp tie d legation-
Guide Rock Precinct C F. ALLEN. Stillwater .1 U roTTI.'i:
Potsdam CHAS. BUSCHOW. ltatin-B T KF.Kh.
C.lenwood-JOHN.Mi-CALI.rM. Inavale HI Gil STI'A KNO.V
Walnut Creek THOMAS KENNEDY. Pleasant Hill M C. JACKSON
By order of ihe Cummiticu of Arrangement
Final Proof Notices.
Land Office at Wooraincton. Neb. June II. IsSl.
Notice i hereby given that the following
namciliettlcrh.ii filol notio-cr hit intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
ecuro final entry thereof, prof f to lm m ado be
lore .IniLci A. 'lallej. Clerk of tlm t'ourt f
Webster county. t hi office, in Kcl Cloud
Neb., on fridiy. luly "J'th. lil. rii:
WU.LI4M H. MlCIK.
h'J entry No. Jt) for tho S W "J lection 10
town t north rnnee 11 west, and names thi fol
lowing m hit witneue to prove hi continuous
renidenre on utl cultivation of aid triet tii:
Janie II. .Mil tier. Kit-barb N. Lewi. William
Cole and Albert Hemy. all of Cloerton Neb.
juiieStiuly21 S. W. SWIT7.KR. HeKlster.
Land f'fficc nt Illooinington Nob.. June II. IVtl.
Notion i hrr-bv civ n that the following
nanud settlor ha filed nntra of her intention to
in it ft fitinl pr ol in ru port of her cl lim. mid
iciir tinal ei'ry then of before Jamr A. Tul
li ii. elerk of the court in W'ebter cmnty nt h
oOico in Kcd Cloud cb., on baturday, JutyoOih
I rcy E. Nickkrho".
h'd ento So. n for the K '. e. S? torn 1
north range 10 wot. nnd i..iiiil the bdlomg a
herwilnewe? to prove cniitinu'iim re.ineneo or,
cultivation of raid tract viz. lil M. Kpuc'.-i
ALrnu Wvll. Admn II. pracher .md 1-dd rf
Heed nil ol Conleo Neb..
june'iiuljJl d. W SWITZEK. Krg-.ftcr.
Land Cfliceat lllooMngton Neb. .Juno. rt. mi.
Notice i hereby aivi ti thit tho follonim;
named iettler his tiled notice f hi f ntentp n to
make fiial proof in rupport of hi Uitu ari I le
cure fin4 entry thereof brlorr J.ene . TiiIij
ClerK of Oiurt in W ebuter couutr Nb. Jl iU
oOice in icd Cloud Neb. ou Sa.urday July 1Mb.
Willi It. lie-
hM applicition No .Vl for the S. K '. h. II
towjiSnorh range ll' wut. ninl natnei the fol
lowing a., h'ti witn eFcs. to prove his or nriwi
ou rcsiilcmr on and cultivation ot raid trtct.
vix: Jiiue lxlili. JiIeni Hid). Charles Tccl
and Iliviil trnnci'.a'l oft"iwlei Neb.
junc!)-jul7 S. W. SW ITZKH. Krister.
Land 0Ciec4 Dloomington Neb . May a. ISil.
Notice iibereby riven that tho following
samed ettlei has filed notic ol hi intnalion
to make final roofin support ofhU claim, mid
secure final eWry thereof, beforo the Clerk of
Du'triet Court, in Webster cnunly at bn olBeo
in Red Cloudebraska on Tuesday July l'Jth.
KmrsRD W. RoBidsof.
Heir of John B. Roblnsjn deceased. II !
entry No. XM V,t the N K'luartirsec ! town
4 north range 'J wrst. and names the lollowins:
as hi witnesei lo prove contmuGus residence
on and rulttvatiixi of said tract vii: Klwin L.
Uogeri. Egbert Taylor. Isaac Taylor. Hoberl
Uuirgle. ol 'lhomarville Neb.
ruajuunea) 25. W. bWITZER. Vegwter.
LKGA L NOTICE.
In Justice Court Webster County NebraV.
before Abram Katey Jurticc ol the I'eace. Red
Melrin C. Sherman, Plaintiff.)
John W. Btntly. Defendant, I
To John W. Deatly
Defendant. You are hereby notified that an
action has been comrnencM ag4inst you in the
above named court by said Jfelvm . herrnn
Plaintiff to recover oseion of one lell
A uger and Derrick. and fur lea dollars dama
ges for wronglully with-holding said property
and th it unless 70a appear and answer, on or
before July 15th. I SSI; at 9 o'clock x. w.. iudgs
aient will be taken against you for said proper
ty together with damage aid corfU
AltLVin C. hHggMsr. Plaintiff.
45-15 Edwix C, IIaklky. his Att'y.
SuiiscnmE for and advertise in the
Red Cloud Chief.
Notice is hereby given, that I will garaint
all persons who may dcire to offer themselves
f eacdiditcs for teachers of the primary ct
comtaon schools of Webster county, at Ked
Cloud oa the first Saturday in the m nths ol
Kbnjry. Jar Angut and November; At
Ulue ilill on the first Saturday id tbo mootbi ot
sauary. April. July aad October. At Oalla
IWk onthefiirst paturday in the montas m
ilarch. June. September and 1'tccniW.
Examinations to comioenee at 9 o block a.m.
A. A. I'r. .
Cooaty Surerintetdcni ol Pubuslastrnctioa
A C2h, Csli cr Sere Tsrt
ll be stopped. Keglwrt frurntly results in
n Incurable l.acr Minn r Cso'aapttoa.
Br-wn's Bnochial Trche are eeruis
fei;rin Athms. Bwn-hitu. Coojhf. CjJJ-;
nru.tiveand Throat Pt'rue. "' .,I,,V
.ear. the Troches have txtn recotatnedei b
-hyncMsp. aa4 always give fxffe ttlSlx'V?l
They are not new or trained a1,5""8."'!?
ic4 by wide and coaruat ni for &esrir an
-aUro generation, they hv a'Uiar !:
verite-1 raaV awoos tbc fe st;.pl reasdtes ol
Je age. PuMie spcakeu and bmgeu rue lbs
o clear arl r treanbeo b oice. ia .
wenty fir cents a box ererjwnere.
We whTi to call the attenUon ofonr
readeT to the advertisement in anoth
er column of Dr. Crook'? VineofTnr,
manuCtcstired by Mcssr-?. S. - Smith
A Cr. at Davton O: Dr. Crook me
of Tar, with" its specific mgrhenW,
Liken from the pine tree and other
choice supplies of nature, and com
bined' in accordance with the bt
teachings of science is a reliable medi
cine for ths dleJes it is xecommenil
eL Strictly speaking, it is not a pat
ent medicine, but a prescription of Dt
Oliver Crook, one of Dayton's best and
most honored- physician?. "r.o trhile
Uving, had one of the largest practices
of any medical man in the state.
Aticctio ir::itr: of Her:::!
The tin Stallion known as "Tom"
the prnpt rty of David Boeth will
Maud lor inarrH the present ."ea-oii nt
the following rate, vt. JS t injure
tin:Iit nmre.two niare-, 15. more
than two by the -muiic owner, $7 ea h
For tin -eii-on fi. Single scrvii e, $.
Will fJnnd at Red Cloud on Frid.iv
and S.iltinlay oreaeh wei k, nt Guide
Rock, .Mouda- and Tue"d.ivs of cu It
week, and at Amboy Witluelnxs awl
Ji a line h r-e, beinir ,( IVreliertm
Cjiiiulinn nnd IMttehi r-Miin ti c.
Ittintiful dipple li.i, itdii hauU
fclgll, W'dgl.t, I'rin IMMiiidt
HOMY TO LOAN!
Money to prvi up with on final re
ceipt, or rti leslel I.ind Hi s per c lit ,
aiiu I t- per cent, ruinnii ion. or at
lniight 10 percent, imj comtiii-Mim.
Jno. R. W'll.tjniX.
Ollico ne.xl door to Chief ofliey. .".Utf
" s m sswi - .i !
Smith lltfrther smnounce utill an
other important rtlu Uoii in rate of
intere-t on tiino hmirs- riifc nine
lr crnt mmttitl inlrrrM. mI1 at tho
Il.tnk and leave your application.
For niliou-iH. ontiiUion, her
complaint and all lrhnxl dito, the
llig blofnl and I.ier Uite. lr. Mtir
hh.ill s Ilromohuu, U the bcrt. Drtig
gll pell it.
Money To Loan
On Ri.tl Estate, in "ele. r and nd
jo:tiinu 'Oiiutie? at tne rnte.
It will pay i-very Jiumcr who tlitnk td
borrowing inmev, to Me me Ik fiire
making arrangements with any other
No expense to the borrower no
te.hou delay no dealing with oaetcrn
parties no application fee, linin r
eonniii ion no f'" for making or
recording papers or taking acknow'l
cilgrninh' no advance or Mtni-ii-nurl
interest, and no intercut until
money H actually Hi handi
C.ili upon or addro
IL A. 'mup.-'ox.
3Stf Ian Broker, Blur. Hill. Neb.
xV.her:l Stolsrs!! H::iw3l!l
Are y a J.Mnr at recti od Ksvitea ef yMr
ru'iating tain t-( rw'tuK liO If vt. s, it
..,.,!ilMi'. 'Mr iftl-w s !.
i6-"yrup. It wll r ' !' t-rltlle wfftr-tr'nB-citafeiy-d-jn-t'
oi-n il Hr is an
wf.iake aleit it Iber -t meiber ,B onh
who bi er url i Ht v.ll trllym iai
ocet tbst it -II rTi ' ' ; ! '
rest t tbo mother. ail ft..f al ,i lt
child, op-jrstieg lue Kr. It I' 'J '
to u,e ic all CJes.anJ i-Sant t tke 'V4
h tbe i.recrrtion oftiaof the dWimkii
file 1 byoeiac aft-1 nr.r e tie Uftita
States? Ufdjriwbsre. atsaKBlo.
Blanks fBlanks! I
A- fitll Iiric of State Journal Co:,
Illanka (the .tAndanl blanks of lh
state; aroalwsiyir kept for ealc at tho
Chief office, and at the aanio price
that they are M at in Lincoln and
Omaha. 'Vhc following is a parti! Ikt
nfManks on hand:
Power of Attorney.
Bill of Sale,
Quit CLiim Deed.
. Apjel Uudr taking
Ordr of Attachment.
Afildavn of Vcsr tr Ler.
As rgnci;nt of Murtgaspr,
Notice cf Con ia We Sale,
Release of Mftrtpig4.
Agieeincnf for Warranty Deed.
Com plaint to ktep the? Peace.
kc.t -. Ac.
And most aB kinds cfbbnkj wed by
O.k Creek -It i It N.VV.
Kfm Cteek I'll FOK
Itid Cloud - H S KENT.
The Proof of the
You have only to call
on us and wc can easi
ly convince you that we
A little HI' LOW the
so-called "Bed rock pri
ces' advertised by other
Besley & Perkins.
aluu, t'ie Albright Iforc.
Will stand tti eaaon at 'Red f lotid
at lat year wN( u h W) to muri
Hingle marr. Two rnare l f, mort
than twobytheatni owner, 7 Wch.
r the resvoii, $if, single itervic!,
Tht horw ncid only to be known
to lm sulmired Ir lus U-n aeknowl
lged by many goI jndgex to Ifr th
"Ml M if 1 Bmi"
eea n thy tion Wfight in fl4h,
1500 pound? Jlautifiil Bay, Hyrnrnt
ncal forin,gtrl hfr. lush e-arxisK aud
bQ-tofallakmdaaakittcn. 1IU owner
ako has a grI Jai-k mill him nt mr.
TU. I'ntd further notw will o
found at the inmcnaal lam.
Colta can -n at the rremi' of
Jot. Fogle htrfv fr:ek. 'a. Vance,
tnaval?, (V JlrCall. Iltry nrkki.
at IJ-ckcr farm anl Itallstoo at I
ataKaUo at Rl Cloud. Mln at
pr:mi of s-x .nih and ln I'ott
nitr. (ht'vlr Rerlf Elm crk mitii4
aM 1U-1 CiotHl milla f 'r
tf 'pte owner ha cntitj-d th Jxrtlr
Caj. Smith." brm- thr fom'i
.-mrth Jii- rr..i ,.r rz...A.. r?v-V.
pht t; bjt Atotk m the valy
D. LUTZb, Proprietor
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