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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1881)
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A full .upjily of
LAMPS, LAM1' SHADES, WICKS,
J'atron.-tKC Milicitcd anl th.inVfuIly received.
-Prc:riitiiin!' carefully cnui'OUJidtU"
One tluor smith of (Jai Iter's store,
KEI) CLOl'I), NEB.
E. L. TINKER,
(SucceB3otor O.A. Brown.)
' Picture Frames,
C fTi nltrajr on band- ini'l tnminrtl jm short
ii-vlii-o. 1'ricc -j low -f .inv ir.:ilr VHoy.
Jui.aiiiiiH of all' kiwi" tlnue l'romtily and
Jkinal Robes fin limited at rcnsoiiablo
RED CLOUD, --- NEB.
J. I. MILLER,
Kttiif cuiittiiiilly on baud u full Line of
HARNESS, COLLAKS, SADDLES.
.VJIII'S, COMBS, BILUSHES
And everythinjr usually kept in a first
TWO DOOItS NOUTII OK THE BASK.
"T&8 Hifili3t Cosb Frico Paid for Bide:
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prop.
Corn. Maal. Dran Cbojr.-d Feed and
Vutttbo lied Cloud '(nwTV Feed and. Fro
ri.ion sMrt when yuu-WMiH uMiie5 for tuan or
ben.t. . .
Uixhret market irirc ia rah paip fur arain
All kind oTrouiitrv inlurc t iken n esrhanco
(orifxnlit. liuuili dclirerod to all i-arts if town
fie "1 olurvo.
St-ire ouib of Kccd's YXu-x F.tnry,.
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
THS.BS8T IK ?8S MARKS?
feolrt at I.nrat fWtw
RED CLOUD NEB.
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f all klsda.
SLcy tell' CHEAP for CAS IT. and if tkey
aa4 -Pt what yoa want. Icaveytw
?- 0a ior north ofaaeberVud 5Ir.ll0LC0MB
will wait oa ye. -v atUf
RED OL.Ot)Dr NEB1 .
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Tk See rfttl SbJt. Oct. 17. 1S90.
Emtward Pawmtef leaw
WMtwari Accnm' prea
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arriTex n 9 s. as.
Eastward A rrom. lfnr..8 -,". as.
Train daily eiwpt Sssday.
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All are cordially iBTitPU. 5
PrwichiBr ereryirttiftttird Sablath of
srh atpatb t 11 a. mj,wi,A p. oa . Uo on 6th,
PabbjUh when rrrou'rHr.
Sabbath Schorf''fcVry Habbath nmrnibc 'at
94 o'clock. XJt ueetlntt ertry edoJy
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Go to'Ttoliv's Ar Butter on iec.
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uisiiii vmn inn cwun uu jiiuiiiitni.
Live hogs are worth $4.75 in tliis
Shipping tajj-? can be had at the
V; sell the A. &. T. Jc Minnesota
Chief Threshers. S. ct F.
Emigh Rros., huilding looks more
like business now.
A number of land buyers were
in town last week.
Two .second-hand Marveslers for
sale, cheap by Spanogi.e & Funk.
The county Commissioners were in
se'dion last Monday.
Headquarters for flour at Putnam's
Flour and Feed Store.
Bring your produce to Red Cloud
and get the highest pi ice for it.
The B. it M. depot at this place is
the best railroad dpot in the valley.
Lawn Social Friday Evening July
15, at Mr-J. W. Warren's, aJl are in
vited. Aultman it Tavlor & Minnesota
Chief-Thresher Extras, in Ktock, and
for sale by, , Sfanogm: & tunk.
Jake UTilier has put in a new front
to his buildingand otherwise improv
ed the premises.
rome ot tne tanners are mowing.
their wheat with the intention of
making feed of it.
Our car load of Randolph Headers,
is being sold rapidly, call soon, at
Si'ANocLK & Funk's.
It is reported that the chintz bugs
have taken the entire wheal crop
over in Smith Co., Kansas.
Call and get the names of just fifj
It. It., Companies using the Eclipse
wind-mill, Ukh.ky fc Tkkkins.
Over 8,000 Eclipse wind-mills in use.
every one giving the best of satisfac
Accidents to life and limb arc nu
merously reported to have occurred
on the 4th. Twas ever thus.
The Chicago it North-Western R. It.
Co., are using to-day G5 Eclip.-c wind
mills, Besi.ey it 1'ehkins.
It is the universal cry all over the
land that Kendall's Spavin Cure is a
I pojrtive cure.
The Chicago, Milwaukee t St. Paul,
It. It. are to-dny using 60 Eclipse Wind
Mills. Sold by Besley & Perkins.
Tenant Wanted. A farm to rent, 5
miles from Red Cloud. 1)0 acres
under cultivation. Apply to J. Gauss
;lon nt ihu- Bank. 36tf
Wo are glad to note the fact that
the advice of the Chief has been
heeded and steps taken towards the
organization of a fire company in Red
1 1, is tho best remedy of the kind,
the largest' hottfc, the cheapest in
prise and is known as the Big Blood
and Liver Curv We mean Dr. Mar
shall's Bromolihc. Druggists are the
Wash Harvey was in town last Man
day handing round the cigars on the
strength of a bran new 4th of July boy
at his house. Wash says the boy is
JB'faror.of the administration and is
Episcopal service will be
held at the Congregational church on
Sunday evening next, July 7th, at
t9- o'-cloitkvRew-T. O'ConnclI of Ne
braska city officiating. A cordial invi
tation is extended to all.
T-hc Eclipse 10 foot -wheel will do
more wyirk than any 12 foot wheel
made. It will grind4 bushels of corn
an hour, as good as. you can get it
'Anne at the mill, besides pumping all
the water for your stock. Call and
,soe. the Eclipse.
Meeting of Sepnbliean Central Committee.
There will be a meetingof the Wcb-
pter. County Sepub'Iiban Central Com
mittee at lieu Lloud .Nob., on Satur
day July 16th, 1881, al 1 o'clock r. m.
V. II. Stkohm., Ch'n.
, T. J. Mb'ody, Watch-Maker and
Jeweler, is now- prepared to repair
WatchesGIoeks, Jewelry and- Sewing
uuactunes. Ail work neatly and
tohtsplyk done en short! notice. Cash
'pa:& for old gold and silver. First
door nortlvof A. Cook's Boot and
Shoe-store, 3foitv9L. Sd Cloud.
- Anyone desirous of purchasing a
wind-mill that will grind feed, shell
jcorn, pump water and saw wood, are
requestcd'to call- at lictr eiab Bros.,
and .sec the Huzen miib work. Just
the thing that every farmer who owns
cattle or hogs noods;- it will pay for
itsolf in a short time Call . at Hol
corab Bros., and sec thermal! work.
No rattling noise about the Eclipse
wind-mill. Nojpinls to get out of
order and wear loose. No complica
ted machinery; but built of the' very
best material of wrouaht,. instead- of
iit-iron,.havisg'moro square feet of
receiving surface; atuC I5 port eenn,
more nower. We claim the JSclioso
is the best mill made, the most reliaH
ble and the cbep5t jo the-long. run.
We only ask you to -call and see it, -we
don't ask you to bty it unices we can
demonstrate eisrvf asserlum ire make.
"Besley & Perkins.
Dif dy fe tixr m future.
Dj3rUinito grow shorter.
Crej came down from the range
J. S. Gillian orated at Nelson on.
the fourth. j
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auviw vui hw miu ludiive cnoaruilcr,
it m likely to w up. Jf &
Han'eat has commcofedin some
tMLrb; of ttto i-cwtntv Cr Jr
Emigh' BrtmQ' building greater.
xucy wani jcjre.rooni.
We hfS&jib complaint as to the
licaof tlTe festive potato bug.
Sfo "kinds of job printing neatly
and cheaply executed tit the Chief
Mr. Harvard, living near Clovcrton,
had a span of mules and a horse
stolen last Friday night.
An Indiana prophet predicts the
end of all things earthly at midnight
on the PJth of November, 1SS1.
The Presbyterian Congregation will
meet for service next Sabbath evening
at 8 o'clock in the nchool house.
A number of law suits were tried
before Judge Wilcox htfct week aaid.
the lawyers reaped a harvest, we- pre
sume. We never heard of so many people
being killed by lightning in a single
season as there liu;, been the present
The Amcttier Red Cloud B. B. C,
will pl.-.y the Superior nine a game
of bae hall on Thursday the 14, at
Last Friday evening the atmosphere
was cool and pleasant aiMl was greatly
relished after the hot weather we had
While some fields of wheat have
been entirely destroyed by the chintz
bugs, taking the county as a whole, the
wheat crop will be a fair yield.
Last Monday a farmer's team ran
away down in the south part of town,
with a wagon loaded with machinery.
We did not learn the extent of the
Gov. Garber has received from Lin.
coin the plans and specifications for
his new brick store building, and will,
we understand, proceed to build at an
All who arc interested in organizing
a fire department, are reqested to
Lmeet at'Bcsley it Perkins hardware
store, Thursday evening next, at eight
The chintz bugs have injured a
number of fields of wheat in this vi
cinity. Their ravages seem to be
confined principally to the farms adja
cent to the river.
W. E. Thorne, living near .Wells P.
O., met with a serious accidunt on the
4th. While engaged in driving cattle
he was thrown from his burse and
had ins shoulder badly injured.
1 Mr. J. O.Riley, of Oak Creek, was a
caller at these headquarters last Sat
urday, and renewed his subscription
to the Chief. He reports everything
prosperous in his section of country.
.About nine years ago a man came
to this county poor poor as a church
mouse. He secured a county office
and by strict nttcntivn to busines has
emassed a competence! But the
county is financially wrecked. --
An exchange says that the county
treasurer of Pawnee county it- short
on his accounts $14,000. In every
county in the Mate where the county
affairs have been looked into fraud
and thefts have been discovered.
Some one without the fear of God,
sent a box of poisoned candy by mail
to the editors of the Sheridan J'ost
with a request to try it and give it a
puffin the paper. It laid the boys out
for about four day?, but they finally
Mr. John Sabin has taken charge of
the Guide Itock House, in that village,
and has fitted it up for the accommo
dation of the public. Give him a call
when you go to Guide Itock and he
will give you satisfaction. See card in
We feci constrained to offer an
apology for the miscmble print on the
Chief last week, which was caused
by the "devil" spoiling the roller by
washing it with concentrated lye, just
before we went to press. He say3 he J
won t do it again.
The contest for county office this
fall promises to be a warm one; as
usual the number of patriotic citizens
who are anxious to sacrifice them
selves for the good of their beloved
country and the "dear people" is large
and constantly increasing.
Last week H. S. Kaley went to Lin
coln to avail himself of the benefits, of
the mineral baths at that place and
upon being examined by the physic
ians there it was discovered that a
blood tumor had formed on his left-
arm. The physicians think that the
limb will have to be amputated.
We learn that Mr. and Mrs. Fair
child of Riverton, Franklin county,
and their little boy were struck bj
lightning last Sunday evening. Mrs.
Fairchild and the little boy were in
stantly killed, Mr. Fairchifd will re
cover. They had taken refuge in a
machine shop during the Etorm.
x A lengthy communication for the
women's column, sent in for publica
tion this wcekM rejected. It is writ
ten on both sides of the paper, neces
sitating re-writing before going to the
printer, and we have no time to copy
manuscripts unless they at least pos
sess the merit of being original.
,,From all parts of the count' comes
complaints of miserably rough roads
and bridgeiessstreams and 8 per cent.
buces4. The people are tiegininjr torc
alizothc fact that there L-t nothing to
show" for. the enormous burden of
taxes xcept' what property J. A, Tul
leys has saved from the wreck, and
the money he has taken care of and
placed at interests
late lOUrtk lta celebrat
home of TVW.- Harvey in a festive
raannerAvotini' (lenr.-o Washing
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uraiur. and nun ltirru!i..l tnnair
for the occasion. A few days after
wards W. W. says he .-w hurried ofl"
to the Pot Office by the ywiug gen
tleman to procure some papers that
were sound on the question of the
day such as the Red Cloud Chief,
and the Omaha Republican.
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Gujok Rock Nsn., June 25, 1S.51.
This is to certify that my lois by
fire June 13, 1SSI, ha, been adjusted
by Walter I). Hill, and the insurance
has been paid by the German In'. Co.
of Fret-port III. to my entire satisfac
tion. And I take tde.isure in rec-
commcuding this Co., to the people of
uoeiur ;inu adjoining counties.
J. B. Saiun.
Agent C. W. Kalev, Red fiord
Neb.. N.J. Hengen, Blue Hill Neb.,
and John Mar-d., (Snide Rock, Neb.
Christian church at Lost Creek, will
hold a basket meeting in the grove on
John 1L Williams prcmie, nine
milss south-east from. lU?d Cloud, the
fo'irth Lordsday of July, commcnciti''
Saturday evening at Iamplighting.
And a general invitation is given to
all, v;e earnestly solicit atf pulpit help
we-can-get. Service as follows: Ser
mons at 1 1 o'clock and 2 on Lordsday.
Come one, come all; James S. You.no
and J. T. Mahtin, Elders.
Henry Laverty nnrt with" n scrious
misfcrtnne lat Sunday one that came
near terminating his earthly career.
Among his cattle is a rather vicious
bull, which fortunately for Henry, has
had his bonis adorned with bnuss
knobs to prevent the infliction of se
rious injury to the other cattle.
When Henry went into the posture
lost Sunday the bull attacked him. en
ergetically, and had it not been for
the interference of some of the neigh
bors who happened to be near, would
doubtless have ended his earthly pil
grimage then and there. We have
not been able to learn the full extent
of his injuries.
ThcW. C.W.S. S. met July 1st,
pursuant to adjournment, at the resi
denceofMr.C.C. Van Atikcn. Vice-
President, Mrs. Dixon in the chair.
Meeting opened with singing a beau
tiful piece entitled, "Your Mission."
Minutes of the previous meeting read
and approved, followed by the singing
of the constitution by the membeis
present. On motion Mrs. Kate Jud
son was by acclamation elected Vice
President for Inavale precinct. Read
ing of an e.-say by Mrs. Warner,
subject, "Our Mission," moved and
carried that the e-say be published
in the women's column of the Red
Cloud Chief. Select reading, subject,
"What women have done who exer
cie the elective franchise." Appoint
ments made for literary exercises of
next meeting, consisting of an essay,
select reading and music. Adjourned
to meet on Friday the loth inst., at
the residence of Mrs. F. H. Gore. All
arc invited to attend.
E. B. Knioht, Sec.
Last Tuesday a few of our citizens
accampauicd by their wives and sweet
hearts, went down the river on a pic
nicing excursion. A Chief reporter
who accompanied the expedition, gives
a doleful account- of the affair. He says
that the pieiiicers expected to find
a grove in which to hold their picnic,
and also expected to meet the Guide
Itock folks, but they fauVcd to take an
interest in the alfair and did liot come
out to any alarming extent, ouly two
couples of Guide Rock people being
present. The reporter says that the
worst feature Of the whole business
was the fact that they could not find a
grove, and after driving four or five
miles down the bottom, through an
interminable growth of sunflowers
with the hot sun boiling down upon
them and the dust rising and choking
the breath out of them, they finally
brought up in a swamp, and there
where the lizzards play hide-and-go-seek
among the rushes, and the wall
eyed bull-frog croaked his dissatisfac
tion at the unusual disturbance un
der the balmy shade of the festive wild
sunflower, the travel stained wan
derers partook of their melancholy
meal. But the young folks managed
to upset some of the buggies on the
return trip and otherwise enjoy them
selves as well as though they had
been to a real picnic in one of
nature's noble groves.
We Eave Heard it Sail,
That the comet Is fast disappear
ing. That the corn crop will bo a heavy
That Hoicomb is running a grist
That Kaley will start for Germany
in this month. ..
That there will be a "new deal" in
politics this fall.
That Dr. Moranville enjoys a good
practice at Guide Rock.
That Tom Vaughn's cow path is
now without a bridge. ,
That a part of the school board
don't care a "darn" for what the peo
That there will be a fair crop of
wheat in the county in spite of the
That they are having an interesting
timo over the emyloyment of a teach
er in this district.
That the Chief is welllikod by the
people of the connty, irrespective of
political faith or religions creed.
Sett Your Land
By advertising it in the Chief. No
charge for advertising unless land is
Hero is for the
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wouii .-iiuui uii. in tne rmii rarti -
ment. on '-Siitrm..f f,.r Wnmon "
"Lrbeeir, to propose an extension
of the suffrage, which can excite no
party or clas feeling, which cannot
ofiend tho mxt jealous democrat ps
an infringement of popular riglos, or
privilege granted the one chv of no
cicty at the expense- cf another.
There i- nothing to distract our mind
from the simple considerations, wheth
er there i.s tuy reasonable ground for
estluding an entire half of the nation.
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rsot only from actual admission, but
from the very jvsibility of being ad
mitted withuathe pale of citizenship,
though they may fulfill every one of
the conditions legally and constitu
tionally sufficient in all casei but this.
There : no other example of an ex
clusion which i? abioluto, neither
birth, nor intellect, nor cxeitiou nor
merit, nor fortune, nor cen accident,
can cnauie any woman to nave nert
voice counted in those common con
cerns which touch her and hers as
'iear!y u- any other person in tho na
tion. This exclusion violates the
ablest of our constitutional axioms, a
principle-clear to all reformers, and
acknowledged by all conservatives
that taxation and repre.cntation
should be co-extensive, that the taxes.
should Ihj toted by those who pay
them. Politics it is said is not a wom
an's business. Well I ant not a war
that politics is a man's business either,
unless he is one of the few who is
paid for devoting his time to the
public service. The great majority of
men have their own business which
cngro-sess nearly the whole of their
time. I have not heard that tluwe
who vote arc worse merchants, or
worse lawyers, or even worse clergy
men than those who do not. Tho oc
cupations of most women arc likely
to remain principally domestic, but
the idea that those occupations are iu
compatable with taking an interest in
national allairs, is as futile as tho ter
ror once sincerely entertained lot
artisans should desert the work-shops
and the factories, if they were taught
to read. It may be said that women
can take interest in a great natational
question without having a vote. They
can certainly, but how many will?
All that society and education can do
is exhausted in inculcating on women
that the rule of their conduct ought to
bo what society expects from them,
and the denial of the vote is a proc
lamation intelligible to every one that
society does not expect them to con
cern themselves with public interest.
Why the whole of a girls feelings and
thoughts are tamed down by it fiom
her earliest school days, she does not
take the intere-t even in national his
tory that a boy does, because it is to
be no business of hers when she grows
up. If there are women, and particu
larly there are now, who do care about
these subjects mid study them, it is
because the force within is powerful
enough to bear up against the worst
kind of dislargcineiit, that which not,
by interposing obstacles to be strug
gled against, but by deadening the
spirit which paced and conquers ob
stacles. We arc told that women do not wi-h
for suffrage. If this be so, it only
proves that nearly all women arc still
under this deadening influence, and
the opiate still benumbs their minds
and conscience. But there arc many
women who do desire the suffrage and
have claimed it by petitions to this
house. .How"do we know how many
more thousands there are who have
not asked for what they do not hope
to get, cither from fear of being ill
thought of by men, or by other wom
en, or from the feeling so reluctantly
cultivated by the whole of their edu
cationaversion to make themselves
conspicuous. Men must have a great
plenty of sclfdelusion if they suppose
that leading questions put to the
ladies of their families or of their ac
quaintances, will elicit their real sen
timents on the subject. No one is so
well schooled as most women arc in
making a virtue of necessity. It
avcrst little to disdain earning for
what is not offered; and frankness in
expressing feelings that may be dis
agreeable or unflattering to their
nearest connections, is not one of the
virtues which a woman's cdncation
tends to cultivate. At all events thoe
who do not care for the suffrage will
not use it; or if they do they will vote
as their male relatives advise them
and no harm would be done.
- Those, whether they be few or many
who do value the privalegc, would ex
ercise it and would experience that
stimuluos to their faculties, and that
widening out liberalizing influence on
their feelings and .sympathies which
the PUiTragc seldom fails to exert over
everv- class that is admitted to a f hare
Meanwhile an unworthy stigma
would have been taken off the whole
sex, the law would have ceased to
stamp them as incapable of serious
thing, would have ceased to proclaim
that their opinions and wishes do not
deserve to have any influence in
thitipsi rliieVi rnnrorn fTnm eoimllv I
witrVraen, and in many that concern !
them much, more than men. They
would no longer be classed, with chil-
drcn, idiots, an lunatics, as incapable
of taking care either of thenwclvcs or
others, and needing that everything
should be done-for them-without .ask-
ing this consent; If no more than
one woman in twenty thousand- used
thc Tote, it would be a gmin to- alii
womenj to- be declared capable of
using, itl ETcn so pure a theoretical
cnfrancfciscmcnt would remove an.
artificial weight from thc expansion
of their faculties, thc real evil of which
is far greater than ihe apparent.
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t-arr final entry thrrruf. proof to ho t-U lr-
tor Jau-f. A. Tu!ljr. 1rk of tL t'ontt ef
st hit nOte. in K-J ClouJ
Xel.. on FnJa
. Wittnw K .Mt.
lar.Juir n 1n-i. i
h'J cntrr o.'.'(V.Jf.r thn s W , irtioa 1
town I north ranee 11 wfit, ao I tmM the fol
loina s bi wltnM tit prorr hi. cotttlnoou
rrtiJrnre ou anil cultivation of ai-l lrel t1:
Jitnr 11. Miltsrr. HicHarh X I.. WitlUia
t wlr ami Albert llrnty. all of f'lovrrton Xeb.
JunrnJulr:l S. W. SVVITZKH. Kcfi.trr.
LanJ Ofice at llloomlncton Nb.. June 11. Il.
Xntlc ! hertb- ;Mren that the follosiln
nnml rtt!r baj 5!e I notice of her intention to
make Anal t-roof in suppirt fif her claim. anl
.ecure 2nal entry tbcris.f befttte Jfctur A. Tul
lei, elrrk of the rourt in Webster vunly at hit
rUhec in Ited tloaJ eb., on SatctJay. Jntytttb
I fey E. XtCKasr.
h a entry Xo. llis for theM K . .m. 2ft town 3
north.ranrn lOms-u and natacui the ti1liin
her rilnese !o ptove c ntinnuui residence on
cu'tivatinn of raid traft ti lartd M. Kranex.
Abram Well. Adam II. Sprachtr and lM .1
Heed all otCoio Xal...
Junc-rjuly-'l S. W. SWIT7.KK. ltetatrr.
u:a. i. xotice.
In Justice Court Webster County Nebr'-u
before Abtant Kairy Jujtice ot tar Peace. Ktl
Mclvin C. Sherman. TUintiff.
John W. Btntly. KcfenJant, I
To John W. Ikntly
DefenJant. Yon are hereby ntiti9el lli.t an
action lit been commenced arin't yon in the.
above named court by aiid ifelvm t. hbeyman
l'l.nntilT to recover Kieinu of u3 Well
Aujer and IerTtcV. and f r ten dtlvr ilirai
ce.i for wronstully with-h"tditi aid property
and tb.t unlew you appear and antwer. on ft
befyro Jitl lMli. lsl; at V o'-lo-k . .. in Ize
luent t ill be taVeu uimiot you for (aid proper
ty tpccther with il"unce aid cwti
MLTII I liKKHA.. I'UlOtiff.
15-15 EoKi C. IUwlit. hU Att'y.
1ICTICS TO 7SAC2SSS.
Xotice !s hereby KWrn. hat I wilt ezamini
Ii f r.oti. m ho oi i ilcir ! oRr lhejirtr
33 caudidtri lor U.uKcn of tho primary or
iincidii fcbiijU .f Wobrter cuunlv. al Kst
.'loud on t!.r firrt .otur'lay in tbo u. n)h I
lbriiry. -'far Aiirri.t A Xovembet. At
Hlue Hill pn tin. tiift silu'dii) in the ':)
uusry. spnl. July id Vtolrr. At tluido
Hock or. tin' til'-. .Saturday lu the sntJ.! .(
lunh. June. Srtpl.-uitxi ainl I'wiraUr.
Ka'uiUHltuii4 in i-wmBf nt souloek .u.
A. A. 1'nra.
Coua Sut erltitcndtm ot 1'ublic In.lrnct'on
r u J. r.rl ct il nisht nn I br-k n -f rir
rrM. I.; .i uh bild to cr.it .TH'icrji"i with the
C.litll iniiri: tain f' Cut Hi leih? If v. coat
'nee anil set a bii .f Mr. inIw's Smih
inx eru. It mil r- i.v.i. llie j r Inlcu8ir
er !' Iiate! d-i -n I uin it. theto ft no
u.5 tat.c ..I. ''it it Thc-e a tu tthee on pjrth
win. b t-rr ue i u. mIi u ill n t trll you At
uni-i :ti it tt w II riiii i ihe tt li. jod kito
;ct lo the in' llur. .tn I rc'i' f and licli! to tha
c'iIiJ. our.lifi: luc iB.tic. It cr.'ertly mfd
. uc i- all cj-t.. a 1. 1 IcjJwut to the I iMa.and
the prt-cri'tin of o f the oMt and lt
."caialc l'byiei.io and nuoco i'l the United
btJte. a0id r trywhtrc. cent a boltle.
Kvery poron during July and Au
KiMt should take the dint-K daily of
the Ilig 1'lood and Liver Medicine
Dr. Marshall's Hromoline. Fifty cents
The largest Livery owner in Maine
ues 'Kendall's Spavin Cure' with the
We to-day call attention to the ad
vertisement of the J'iucki.y Asil I'it
tkils, which "an be found ill another
column. Thc-e Hitters are made
front the purest ami bt material,
and their tonic and cathartic proper
tie render them superior to all other
in disorder of the- Stomach, Howeis,
alittt, the Albright Horse.
Will .-tand thi .ea-on at Ited Cloud
at last years ntte?, u, fe.00 toinure
single "mare; Two mares tUtOO, more
than two by the e-ame owner, $7.00 each.
For the season, $5.00; .-ingle service,
This horse needs only to bo known
to be admired. He has leen acknowl
edyed by many good judges, to be the
""ill kUb of i Eofse"
seen in this section. Weight, in lb.-h,
150.) pounds. HMUliful Day. Syrumct-
m.Zr,1 f.mwmm t-T I a ftm i- ! frifl'P fl M fl
lKtofan j'jTkindtis akiUen. Hisuwnci
nU0 has a cood Jaik witli him atMiiic
rates. Until further notice will be
fomd at the Commrrcial nam.
Colts can be s.:cn at the prcrnisot of
Jos. Focle. rft.ttc Creek; &q. Vane,
ln.iv.ile; O. MrCalL Henry (Jcrkke,
at Decker's Crm and TialUton'a at In
avale. aUo af IUI (loud. Sinlr ut
premisesr of Lnv Smith and Ben Port
nicr, Guido Dock. Elm cr?ck mills
and Rts;l Cloud mill.
The ownr ita ontttlI Ibw Jacfc
.P- ?W hV? .T'J?
i,ows thc Ittork in the valley,
jj. LfJTZ. Proprietor.
The head.iuarters of thc republican
Division of thc IE A 31. were moved
from Hastings to KeP Cloud en the
30th ulu and the whole btisms A
this line and thc Hasting line will be
opcnOed'in MW Giro pbell's name as
Superintendent. K is now thought
that by tho 15th inst;, train will go
stratzht through to Chicago and the
east, via- Beatrice and Ltncoim ThU
move indicates taat. ice time tor- io
i change h drawing nearer at any rate. ;
.-.. rni id -nrrf x or ai !tm J
taie taJ tatty tarr-uf Uhrt, t. tt'ti.
ak. N..I . .
Ke4 Clou4 Nl t Kril Aurmi ) Jo i,
nr.l rtUrh. SI-4 soiKcrfh i t tritfea t ! J MiMW, Thr Jna m th trMt Mr
tae sail nre i&iaMtriofli.tl.iM.i ...-.. w ... ..... r .i ... .. . . .
care Sail ratrr t,,rwf Irh,, - ? k Vt tT , I ',,,. ui .
nififfm Kci tiocJ n ta4r Ajrat fcH j trattnl Alfrol II Gurnwr rtirb
II J fnfTT S- S3C? far tK S W - C T ' of tilO llt &!! IKllrt th k'l '
t.mml-aT"g- -aat mml
-.V wM C ".Lauak
-mm 1 1. BB
In thr Ditrirt djott of thSth Jb
cial dtatrsvt hold in ind fif th CuQtttr
of M'oNtcr. StAt cf Nbr mVj.
Chrrsu J Hnon )
To Kiftst E. !Ln4 afiWfts.
dofptnlMtt. YMt re hlir ?wtM"l
tKnt an action ItaVi ln-tf vmnuweQt
acait you (m t4 ah'e nil rmtrt
by tl CTrWtov J It fr tb
jmq-T of )rxtrifte a dhnavt e4
rw fMtrtmmm', nn4 tK4 tlf$ yB
aprwwr ajl trr v l.rr pHrkM M
Mint ruoMr t r bttw tH lUh day af
AitsttH Js?j. .M rtttai n-iff W
tal. v iruf, nmi jodi.'m "rwnanW
cmiu-tkni j. j ! rrg"
By W. It Stmw, AV ( jfur.
ltcU, Hni CVoU, Nek., July lltk.
THE SCNI A Y M AG A XIN H
! one of tW nvt lntrrttln; Hut-
n-r el sil ot :. . rwp,ti r frtJ
rnl. Theirjdtns aru l hv tvtf
Hum oi jcru.iifm in iMilrAti
a Ti ex eiI.'fttt " MiHArr IIrr--Saiituts
Mr?den." rtJpt. tUt
lerti ami iHuriuauHt, tner ar
tccti illttrtnitiiiii -tWiut fHTim.!- m I
anotWr tlnely ,U.,tratI artulr. ad
there are many other? wpm-wil
:ntowortli The stwl frtal tr
Out of the World. " l.v Mr. H.Jn-Vt
O'ltetU. t rotitiniisi1 TJuTn i 4
story of ibriihng tntcrt by Joan
Lewi. ' The Sin heroine." tunl ita1
ailiinrbly written vuln. (- ru
'tc The pttns nr bv llvrtu Mn-
vale. I .ant u Wilton Miuth. and otlnr j
popular rttetT. "lMrAh ' h lb J
"ttbjtvt of No. 3 of "Wetnftjt f tb
IhbK " "The homo Ttiljut ' stmtaut
n pertiton by thr lute Kcv I)r IJm.Hi r
' ( brtt a Prnvrr for Uu lH-tj4
Tne Obituary notii" bavt brrtt rr
"tinusl, and tbie opulrtr fi.rltirm nr
contmiitil. lutcrnntional StiM'la)
school I.esots, Kiiiior's ltifii.
Hecrratioti- fur Simlav AfiinMt.
Music, etc Smch roiiv. 2S i'fn t
per annum Addrri. Frank I.rwh-
I'liMi-hing IIiiii, 53, 55 and ..? Tark
Place, New York.
I hnvi' iurcha-til the fmrtHiual iirro
of land 1 iiijc bttweett Peter loNttl'
and the river. And the ihiMio is
hereby notified not to cut anv linilMii
on the !iiiio. M. It MNirr.
Money to prove uj with on dual re
ceipt, or on deeded bind at S j,,,r eettt ,
tiKt 1-tVJ per cent i-itimiston. or at
.straight 10 per cent, no e,immthfi.
Js'O. It. Wiuj'V
Ori"iee next door to Chief iHv. itf
Smith Itrothen uJUMMiuen rtdl an
other important reduction in rat of
interest ou time butts. StmltjU
iter tHt miututl i'ltrrttt. Cull at the
.tnk and leae ottr application.
Money To Loan
(l i lied Fst.ite in We! Ar u, I ,n 1
j niiii ttuiiitu .-t lu r be't tatta
It ui.l j'.ts .erv t.uno r u!.o tbiiika t
InHTtini'i u.i.luN. li s- lilt lwfi.re
iiiiik.it. airaiij;eiM-uto rttii y '. r
No ex;Mmo to li Iirrw4r,r no
tedious delay no dtUtai hW cierM
Nirtn no npiiratuni 7', Ihumi r
coiiimieceion no f fr tMaktam ur
reeording jMperx r Uktna; Htl
etlgrmetiti im advauee or xnt-iu-uual
uitiel, and m intcruvt until
money iitaittmHy in IiiuhI.
Call upon or addiiaas -
. A. SiMlvoV.
?Mt Ian Hroier, IHu. 1 1 ill, Neb.
' -" " -s. - r- w - --1, 1
- H 5
2 S l
a a 9
B m .5 S
THIS 2TEW AIII) CORRCT MAP
rnrrrs Ixrjowl ttj tascnMm nnndm UU ll
CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN R'Y
Ii Sjy all tsWi the i road for joa la UJtu Lrn tratcJing hi rtOwr 4lntion Wrr
w.v.&w . . w. .!(, . tnn.0, i
n urn nan. iu uiiuucu uaa rauta tMtvi
aaaajBBjafcteaiaart. t ii ( l. ahr M BtmKm a.
' ' - - -- w.- .jivnjiXMi. KAHfTTA
THE GHfCACO NOftTK-WCSTEMI HAILwSyT"
if il,.r,!?eil Tf-l "h r SJ! tfft ! i J-
Tft-nri-rmrt rn- - t, t- it i
Tfi8 Proof of fe
You Fiarc onlv tu
on us atnd vc cirrt c;ui
ly convince rori riiat wc
do sell -
A little BliLOW the"
so-cnlicci lied roelc nrx
- MCl'crtIsecl llV Other
i Ltb Ul t-l U31.U U iJUltr
Beiey 56 Perking.
Hats. Caps. &
lirahj Made Clothing-
Wg havs thi Large! t
Stock in tho ValUy and will
not be undersold.
tvc ni a call, ymj and !1.
lied Vloud x?.
- iAhi rAcn mm os ,
Buggies & Phaetons
We do not Want Agent
trr oiter ooit f
Standard Trade Vehicle,
TO THC TR.tC
Work IimU hata an euU;.lHl rew'a
tiHi. and UtAl ran hf kniilbt mlb ml
tifactitHi, Uitb to Imij er rtiwl aeller.
Solid fvr dri'i ho.1 prieea U g.
UUU1N8UV W dO.V (Y) "
' Iv Cue iiinatt Obj
MEAT MARKE i,
II KD CItI, NKD.
Th thUtl ef Vfm . UMfe
rolaa4 erylaiB lit iaa tlaaUiat ia
mi aSvrd. alf raa haad--5aop
i 4n ratkf Aif tr 4ra Vi
A Cnh, C-ii Sw 7ir?t
alt fc(f.t, N's( f.Hra?ly .! t
I rrsblv lt.f ))(! i.f t M)4'
mr , t itr-ftrh-ii Tr"bee
tl-. oA-'bux Ifea'aifo I rtth. '-t-ra
i'arMatitc aftd IkMwt U ?. rr tho
tr'it frbebe hat big rt"na4e4 t
7HU. l-t alarayt ri f-efl M.f
thrf mtm mil a ttt nittlmi ma haelef Ve
rd mf wHod aMaHta . t-r rlr
' r craeratMa, Jijr $ M I l
! I funk fm-ug lb fe (fat-la fsaa-J.
9. rMi 'ef t ! faff kr
A clf avl tlt(. hm e. rr
".iy St ttnum ii -f.tt.
,. i,i yjc ?ijf norm 300 njrvnai. m
tWlM IW'Wr.tjM jZnrih-ttP4Htmti
cooscuaa tita Ut4trii
Us tru, UJi nOi4M at
. -Jt . mmm
W -" - ' ' -V,
. .-. M&- 4e
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argaai e-1 . -ju
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