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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1881)
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Moon I Calfender
Scot t& &hes,
HAT9 AKD CAM,
Drug, Bf tdiciiiefi,
HARDWARE & HARNESS
KTC, ETC., ETC.
A full line of every thing kept in a gen
eral store, at the lowest cash pwcbc.
Moon & Callender.
COWLE3, - KEBKASKA.
Proprietor of ibe
City Drug Store.
ire bulb :
A' full supply of
K&y&B, LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
COMBS BRUSHES &C.
Patronage solicited sad tkaaawatlr resetves.
4Tjr Prescriptions earefallv eomponr.delVt
Glie d'oorsottl'h of GarherV store,
BED cloud; NEB.
R. I TINKER
(Seewetor G. A. Brown)
CcSm WMjPCn ha and trimmed on snort
3i lav in tile V&IleV.
of ail kinds dona promptly aad:
bea furnished at reasonable
- - NEB.
J. L MILLER
Keeps constantly on kand a fall Lima of'
HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLES,
WHIPS). SOMES, BRUSHES,
"Au everything usually kept in a first
TWO DOORS NORTH OF TUB BASK.
'fciKif&Mt Cata Price Pall K HIM
Flow & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTNAM, Prop.
H DEALER IN
torn. Heal, Jraa Chopped Feedaaa
Visit tko Tied Qoad Grocery. Food aaoLPre
ruiun store whoa yoa-waat fuppues form
HictiMt market prire ia cash palp for srain
All kind oOoiiatrr produce ukon saokcbaaKO
for aoods. Uuodt dehrored to all parts of tewa
freo of charge.
Store south of Hood's Plow Factory.
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
TXI HIT IV TXC MAE KIT
RED CLOUD NEB.
-Dealers la- -k.
I 3r7jfiav '.
th.y tell CHEAP for C&SI; tw4 if tkey
aaro apt what yea want, leave roar
erdaraad they will fill ti
CALL ON THEM
One doer aorta of Parser', arid Mr.BOlCOMl
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JIED CLOUD. NEB.
TAUBSDAY AUG. 4, 1881.
at. V. at. at. Tile TWC
Taklac effect Enter. Oat. 17. 1H8.
Eastward Passenger leaves ........ a JO a. m.
" anises 7 4o sr. av-
Frefcs leaves .5 :..
Westward jteeeav leaves ....,9 : a. as.
arrives...- 5 3o p.as.
Eastward Acoos. leaves ......... iS8 a. as.
" arrives 6:36.a.
Trains daily except 8aady.
9. w. sTacdbkmk. A. E. TersAtnr.
SaperiateadeaL Oeal. Maaagor.
8. 3.. at 10 a. m.. and preaehiacay.taa Pas
ter every Sabbath moraine and create.
Prayer aeetiar vim Taartday tvaaiaa.
All are eerdlaUy lavited.
Preaealax every Irst aai tbird Saaiatk of
aabbath wkea over it oeeara. ,
6abatk School every Sabbath saeraiac at
K o'clock. Prayer moetia-every Wodaoaday
Go to Roby's for Butter on ice.
Camp meetings will soon be
Quarterly Conference on Monday
at 2 p. m.
Live hogs arc worth $5.25 in this
Preaching, by Rer, C. It. Broekway
Sulky and Revolving Hay Rake
for sale, at Spanogle dc Fckk's.
Shipping tags can be had at the
Doc Sherer now sports a bran new
buggy and a high stepping horse.
Wc are closing out our Mowers
rapidly. Call soon or yours will be
cold. Spaxogle & Fume.
You never ijaw nicer job printing
than is turned out from the Chief
' One second hand MasBilom
Thresher for safe, By
bPAKOOLE & Ftnnc.
It is said that the wheat crop of
the entire state will average about 13
bushels to the acre.
. Mitchell & Morhart have put down
a well in front of their store. Thanks;
it's very convenient to our office.
Flavins McMillen he of the Scotch
thistle and the Republican City Newt,
was a caller at this office last week.
For biliousness or costiveness. or
any liver complaints, buy Dr. Mar
shall's Bromohne, the Big Fifty-Cent
lilood Medicine. Druggists sell it.
Quarterly meeting at Red Cloud M.
JKCHurch' Aug. 7th. Preaching by
the Pastor at 11 a. m.. and commun
ion service. .
3?mi you nave xever ana ague, discov
ered liver, dyspepsia, general debility,
try Dr. Marshall's Bromoline, the Big
Blood and Liver Cure; only fifty cents
Our enterprising townsman, Henry
Cook, has completed his bath house
and water supply, and the public can
be accommodated to a shower bath
or meat any other kind of a bath, and
on short notice. .
The present number closes the
eighth year of the Red Cloud Chikf.
Next' week theTfinth'year- will begin.
We have no promises to make for
the future, except that as in the past
the Chief will be a era-paper and
will always be found working in the
interests of the people at large.
The rush to the fire Wednesday
morning came1 near being attended
by an accident of a serious nature.
Mr. Emigh ran against Wm. Parkcs
with his horse with sufficient force
to tumble him over but fortunately
he escaped without any serious in
jury. Rapid motion is very impor
tant in. such emergencies but care
should be t&ten that no one is in
Mr. O. C SanfonT, one-of the pro
prietors of the Inavale mill-site called
at the Chief office rlast Jtfbnday to
become a subscriber to th'e old relia
ble -paper of the valley and to say
that the blading of the mill does not
depend upon the rebuilding of'tHe
brkrge-at IhavaTe, but that the mill
will go up in any event as- soon as
negotiations for certain lands sowtb'Of
the river are completed.
: Hast week w-wade a- flying trip to
the-eastern part of-the state, and
must say that we was more than snr-prised-to-
find '' th'e crops so poor in
that usually prosperous part: of the
state. At no point on the road east
of Hastings will the wheat crop equal
the wheat of Webster county either
in quantity- on quality; wfcile- the
corn seems to haver been- planted
very late and makes k: poor showing.
We don't believe there is a county in
the state with the exceptiwa. perhaps
of Adams county, tHtwilb" Have bet
ter crops the present season- tbair
Webster county will.
The Woman- Suffrage Society- net
pursuant to 'adjournment, at the rent
dencc of Mrs. Itobv on the 29th of
July. Meetinc. called to order by the
president, all the officers present
Minutes of the previous meeting
read and approved. On motion the
resignation of the treasures. Mrs.
Otis, was accepted, and Mrs. C. C."
VanAuken was elected to fill her
place. Select reading, two very ap
propriate pieces, entitled, The Wom
en question' and "What we Live for."
Essay on "Education," followed by
an animated discussion of that sub
ject. Adjourned to meet at the real
dence of Mrs. J. C. Warner on Friday
the 12th of Aug., at 3 p. m. Subject
for the essay and discussion of the
next meeting,. "The Morman Ques
tion." All interested are invited to
Mes, W. B. Roet, Mes. E. B. Kmght, J
Irea. . Sec'y. '
Mr. WimtM axmcfct (fee frrot leai f
new wise la week,
J. H. Graves, editor of the Superior
Gmde, called at these headquarter!
Richard Thompson, editor of the
Hastings Democrat was a calkr at
this office last Friday.
atev. Mrddleton, the Presbyterian
Minister has rented Mr. Potter's
residence on 8eward street.
We have received a copy of the
Cass County Agricultural Society's
Premium list, H. M. Bushnell
The Red Cloud nine wifl go to
Hastings and play the boys of that
burg a return game of ball soon, we
A bUndtrarso with a hand organ and
surrounded by the usual crowd of
small boys, made-music on the streets
The Euperiorites came up about
190 strong, last Tuesday to witness
the game of ball between the Red
Cloud and Superior nines.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Uunion will meet at the resi
dence of Mrs. M. L. Thomas on
Friday, August 5th at 4 o'clock.
The game of base ball between the
Red Cloud and Superior boys last
Tuesday resulted in a victory for the
former. The score stood 17 to 21.
The Hastings base ball club came
down and played the Red Cloud boys
v game of ball last Friday in which
the Hastings boys came out vic
torious. The Superior Guide says that the
girls who accompanied the Red
Cloud boys to that burg, got terribly
mad because their boys got scooped
in the game of ball.
Mr. Holsworth presented the Chief
family with a water-melon last week
the first of the season. Mr. C. C.
Coon will have to look tor hie kurals
in the water-melon line.
Big Montanio with his "Great Now
York Show" spent Monday and Tues
day in town. The illustrious Mon
tanio skipped out without paying his
advertising bill at this office.
D. P. Clark, of Arapahoe called at
the Chief office Wednesday morning
to say, among other things, that his
part of the valley has been blessed
with an abundance of rain and that
he never saw a better prospect for
crops in any country.
Tho-c who know themselves to he
indebted to this office on subscription,
advertising or job work would confor
a favor on us by calling and settling
as soon as possible. It takes a good
deal of cash to run a newspaper, even
though it be run economically, and
we are in need of that articlo at the
present time. Please call and pay
us those little amounts and we will
regard it as a favor.
We arc informed that the farmers
in the north and west part of the
county will draw their wheat and
other grain to tho Red Cloud market
this Kcason instead of taking it to
Hastings and Blue Hill as they have
formerly done. They have learned
that the' can get a better price for
what they have to sell by bringing it
to Red Cloud, and can buy what they
want at better figures than they can
Wednesday morning the alarm of
fire was given and-in' few minutes
nearly cverbody in town was making
all possible speed towards the north
part of town where the fire was sup
posed to be. The fire had caught
from the stove pipe in Mr. Gore's
residence and by the time assistance
arrived Mrs. Gore had by prompt
action extinguished it. Her presence
of mind and prompt action is to be
commended, as a disastrous confla
gration was thereby averted.
There is not a business or profes
sional man in town who does not
think that it is the duly of the, local
press to do all that lies in its power
4c induce immigration to the town
and county, and to bring trade to their
doors. They think it is the province
of the newspaper to work night and
'day to build up their business by so
representing things as to bring trade
'to the town, but many of them do sot
stop to think that it is plainly as
ranch- their duty to help support the
paper as it is the duty of the paper to
herjo to support them by inducing
tradoxad-immigration to the town.
How many merchants are there in
Red Cloud to-day-who enjoy all the
benefits )to be derivedMroiav the local
presa and yet do not contribute one
farthing to its support? When there
ia to be a fourth of July celebration,
a bridge to be built or any enterprise
worked up by which trade is expected
to be drawn,", those same mer
chants are the first to ''bone" every-
one to subscribe soasethingjinder the
plea that it will bearkmefii to every
one to all alike, and yet they will
allow a newspaper man to labor year
in and year cut "for the benefit of all
alike" and never consider that it ia
their duty to encourage the enter
prise with- their support. Every busi
ness man in town who. tails to con
tribute to the rapport of the local
press by advertising in its columns
reaps-share of the benefits of the
newspaperman's labors without re
turning an equivalent for the came.
The-itwportacce of Inventors em
ployior profserr AUornej-s to aUend to
cases- before- the Patent office, h
ahowsvbj tne-coatest now going on in
relation tothe' Telephone an' other
Those who wh their cases carefully
attended to shoerdiecrresjKmd with
PRESBREY & GREEN,
Washington, D: C.
(Send stamp for circalar.y
Tnnmtm. Woman's Odimn. FinaLjBo
held at Omaha
attend the state
Fair will be
September IMh to
fair sad tiki
wives his cousins and his aunts. The
agricultural classes, especially, should
go. The lair was gotten up expressly
for the farmer. Get a premfarw riot
and study , it, it will do you good.
It will show you that the managers of
the state fair have the interests of the
farming class at heart. Somebody
kindly sent us a copy of the premium
list and in glancing over it we notice
tliat $4,500 in premiums is offered
for fast horses. Xo premium of less
than $100 is offered tor speed, while
the premiums offered on agricultural
products range from one dollar up
to $25. Is not this conclusive evi
dence that the fair was planned for
the express purpose of encouraging
tho agricultural classes. Every
farmer, you see, owns one or more
fast homes and will attend the fair
and rake in the $100, $300 and $1,000
premiums, while the kid gloved snobs
who live in the cities and towns and
till the soil will wearily proceed to
that fair and after paying out fifty or a
hundred dollars for the transportation
of their products and other expenses
will perhaps get a five dollar preaai
um. Surely the state fair ia a grand
thing for the agricultural classes:
The manly game of base ball, too,
comes in for a hundred dollar pre
mium. Base ball surpasses in impor
tance anything else in the line of
agricultural products, unless, perhaps,
it is speed, and we wonder that the
premium on base ball was not $1,000
instead of a paltry $100. There is no
crop that so delights the heart of the
farmer as his crop of base ball, and
we think the premium should have
been somewhere near commensurate
with the labor and care necessary to
the successful cultivation of the crop.
Aside from th'e redtculovsly small
premium offered for the best display
of this most important product, base
ball, the farmers have nothing to
complain of in the management of
the state fair, so for. The premiums
offered for fast horses will delight the
heart of every farmer and we antici
pate an immense attendance from the
rural districts. Truly, oor state fair
is a grand and noble effort in behalf
of the producing classes of this great
state, and will do much towards eleva
ting tho standard of agricultural
products, and will serve as an incen
tive to tho farmers to make still
greater efforts in the future.
The QhutraWd Sdtntlftvlftws.
The July issue of tho IllusteaTko
Scientific News teems with interest
ing illustrated articles, a few of which
are as follows: The Doblcar Tele
phone; Glass Grinding Machine;
Ancient Pottery from Cyprus; Me
chanical Larynx; 1'lcasUre Car of the
Days of Louis XIV; Amateur Me
chanics; The remarkable Palmyra
Palm; Curious Fishes; Illustrations,
explaining the bursting of Fly Wheels;
A Velocipede Carriage. In addition
to the numerous engravings, there is
a large number of interesting, useful
and practicle papers relating to
various departments of popular
8ciencc. This is one of the most
elegantly printed and valuable peri
odicals. Sold by all newsdealers. Published
by MUNN A CO., 37 Park Row, New
; BtpvlUota CooEty CarteUM.
The Republican County Convention
in and for Webster County will be
held at the Court House in Red Cloud
on Safwday Sept., 3d. 1881, at 1
o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
placing in nomination candidates for
the following, offices, to wit:
County Commissioner laf District.
Superintendent Public Schools,
And to select delegates to Slate and
Judicial Conventions and to transact
such other business as may come
before it. The several precincts in the
county are entitled to the following
representation based upon the vote
for Lieut. Gov.
Red Cloud 298
Guide Rock, 156
Oak Creek, 53
Walnut Creek, 36
Elm Creek, 59
Pleasant Hill. 52
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Primaries for the purpose of elect
ing delegates will be held at the usual
voting places in the several precincts,
on Saturday. August 27, 1881, at 2
o'clock p. m
By order of Republican County
W. H. Stbohm, Ch'n.
Is bringing the Peiceit Ash Brr-TEne-befor
the public, we claim that it
is one-oTthe best remedies extant for
the prevention and cure of ail diseases
arising from a disordered Liver. By
usinS them according to directions
they will keep the system in a strong,
healthy condition, and prevent any
mias-raatic influence. Ask vour
druggist1 for these. Price $1.00 per
HOHET TO LOaUT!
Money to prove up -with on final re-ceipti-oron
deeded land a 8 per cent.,
and l-Gper cent, cosnmission, or at
straight 10 per cent no-coweaiasioo.
uatce nexfrd&avto Chief (Mm. JQtf
Iharepwcnaaed'Ar frwetional sec
of land laying: between Peter McXitt's
and the river: And the- public is
hereby notified-nct to cut anr timber
on the same. Mi Be McNtrr.
Headquarters for flour -at- ftiinaaafc
Fiowfand Feed tlbre.-
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In the language of that grand old
Declaration of Independence "Wc
hold these truths to be self-evident,
that all men are created equal, that
they arc endowed by their Creator
with certain inalienable rights, that
among these are life, liberty and pur
suit of happiness. To secure these
rights, governments are instituted
among men, deriving their just pow
ers from the content of the governed.
That when any government becomes
destructive of these ends, it is the
right of the people to alter or abolish
The women of Nebraska ask the
voters of the State to alter the state
constitution by simply striking out oaf
word, so that all the people of this
grand State will bo "free and equal."
Taxes are imposed on women with
out their consent. So far as property
rights are concerned, women are now
classed with idiots and criminals.
A woman may be a large property
holder, yet she has no voice as to how
that property shall be taxed.
If all. women could be individual
taxpayers, ninty-nine out of every
hundred would declare themselves
woman suffragists forthwith.
As "in tho begining God created
man (not males) in his own image,
nude and female created he them, and
they were to have dominion over every
thing in the earth, is it impossible for
thinking, sensable women to believe
that motet only are entitled to the bal
lot. Of course we do not hold the men
of our time responsible for this relic of
barbarism which has been handed
down from the olden time of ignorance
and superstition, but we should most
certainly not hold thorn guil tless if
this state of things should be contin
ued." rrVafern Woman" $ Journal
WOsOsf AVS WDTI.
A writer in Scribner'$ Monthly uses
the following strong language, which
will be responded to by the women
who have suffered all over the land,
"Of the worst foes that woman has
ever had to encounter, wine stands
at the head. The appetite for strong
drink in men has spoiled the lives of
more women ruined more hopes for
them, scattered more fortunes for
them", brought to them more shame,
sorrow, and hardship than any other
evil that lives. The country numbers
tens of thousauds nav, hundreds of
thousands of women who arc widows
to-day, and sit in hopeless weeds, be
cause their husb.trrds have been slain
by strong drink."
Yes, there arc hundreds of thou
sands of homes; scattered all over tho
land, in which women live lives of
torture, going through all the changes
of suffering that lie between the ex
tremes of fear and despuir, because
whom they love, love wine better
than they do tho women they hr.ve
sworn to love. There are women1 Uy
the thousand who dread to hear" at
the door the step that once thrilled
them with pleasure; that step has
learned to reel under the influence of
the seductive poison. There arc
women groaning with pain, while we
write these words, from bruises- and
brutalities inflicted by husbands made
mad by drink. There can be no ex
aggeration in any statement made in
regard to this matter, because no hu
man imagination can create anything
worse than the truth, and no pen is
capable of portraying the truth. The
sorrows of a wife with a drunken hus
band, or a mother with a drunken
son, are as near the realization of hell
as can be reached, in this world, at
least. The shame, the indignation,
the sorrow, the sense of disgrace for
herself and children, the poverty
the fear and the fact of violence, the
lingering life long struggle and- des
pair of countless women with drunken
husbands are enough to' make all
women curse wine, and engage" uni
tedly to oppose it everywhere as the
worst enemy of their sex. Agricul
Smith Brothers announce still an
other important reduction in rate of
interest on time loans. Straight nine
percent annual iniereM. Call at' tne'
Bank and leave your application.
Bhnb! Blanks II
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 same prices
that they are sold at in Lincoln and
Omaha. The following is apartial list
of blanks on hand:
Power of Attorney,
Bills of Sale.
Order of Attachment;
Affidavit of Vesrfor er Lessor,
Aawirnment of Mortgage,
NoSTof CcaWe Sale.
Feleeee of Mortgage.
Agreewtent for Warranty Deeds,
oplaint to keep tke Peacs,
fc, Ac, Ac.
aVsrad most all kinds of blartk- used by
KN otariea Public-
n wo wveWaV
w -a- .v .aw maaew
ar- m uouiii i
Jey h. law.
Of Meelaiai. M4
to JaaaM A. Pml.
la Woaoter eoeaty. at la f-
Krswa M. Tiiaaesi
Xe. MSI for the J W tfrfe.33 U
ago It west, aw aasave o fcUewta
to prove hla eoatfami restJeoto
ealUvaUaa afsatd 14 via. caartM
Cariatiao liawi. Jla CaaaahatL
Foa. all of Kl Clat Mao,
S. W. BWirZKR. Bcier.
LaadOeeatBoooila(teXoa.Jaly. T. Ml.
JTotieeW fcerefcr gives that the ieitewiac
settler has tied notice of hla
ir has tied notice of his iateatlea
tosaaaraaoJ proof aenpprtr hie
lasJ entry .thereof, befere Oaraef the
l of Webster cunatv at hla oSU la
lea., on Satarday Aagn . 1L
a'd entry 5c 4lrtr the N PJ cti-a J
town north raago II wc-t h cane the l
lowing witaeases to prove hi caaueoetut roi
dene noon, and enmratien of. aU laad. it;
Leal X. Dawnen. John Eotllta, Jacwb C. AU
Unl. Charles KoHtwr. all of WU !.
jaylUagll F. W . SWiTZKR. Krgiittr.
Load 0ee at Blor-alegtea Nek Jaly7.
Eetice is terttr ct-ta that the fetlewlaf
aassod settler has fifed aotiee hU latent! to
stake f nai proef in -npport of hi claim and ae
rate !aal entry thereof oefore the clrt of
Pitt, apart ia Webster coaaty at his oSfe ia
Rod Cload No, ea FrUar Aegmst 19. ll. liu
h'doatryXo.SSo?. lor the a B M eertlea
town 4 north range 10 Mt. h aojaos the fol
io wing witaeoaso to prove hU maUaiow resl
deaeo apea.and rr.Itivatlca of. tail Uad. via:
WiUiass Croash. Enoch Nattiag. Cartis Boal.
Xiehlas Ilaaey all of Batin NK
jayltasjgll a. W. fcWITZEK. XegitUr.
Laad Odlceat Blooaingtoa Nth. July lit. If 11.
XeUoa ia hereby rirea that the fcllswlee
aaaaod settler has fled notice cf his iateatii to
ssahe IojoJ proof ia enrport of hh) claim aed
oaro fiaal entrr thereof before the eleth or the
District Coart in Webster cnty Neb,, at hie
eaUeta Ee4 Cload oa Sstaday Asgtut lh
. EaaK. Conp.
H'd entry No.MfcT ferUeS. W.'of Sec.ST. 3
north K. 10 went aad atari the following as his
wiiaessce to prove eenUnnoes residence noon
aad cnltivatioa of aaii laad. via: Alcholaa Ho-
aey, Joseph Chambers. John Ktocks i
C. WUHaaasoa, all offciite. N.brui
JayTaael 8. W. SWiTZKK. I
CIU TTEL MORTUA GE SA LK.
Sfeuoe U hereby givea that by virtae of
throe ocrtaln ChaiUe Mortgagee describeJ as
follows to wit: Om eiccnteJ by Anrastns
Thar to L. I. Albright March 21. Il aad
datjr filed in the oBceof the Coantv Clrk of
Webster uoanty Nabraskn en the M day at
atarcb 11S1 Mid siren to secare the payment of i
1180.91 aad apoa which there is aow dae tho
sum of 1:04:34. 2d. One ezecnted by t). W.
alias Aogustns Tharo to A. Lanterbaeh March
3Sd. 1SS1. aad dolr filed ia the oflre of the
County Clerk of Webster County Nebraska oa
hoSddajrof March 1SSI aad givea to secure
the paymeat or fSO.OO and upon which there Is
aow dae to the above aamed L. P. Albright
the sum of t$2t.Mld mortgage tftgetbor with
tho aote secared by aaeie having been aesUne-1
to said L. P. Albright for a valuable eoasi iara
Uoa by said AtLaaterbacb. 3d. Oae csecuted
by said U. W. alUs. Aagustus Tharo to Lu-I-
a.Thuro. April 4th. 1MI aad duly filed ia tho
ce of the Coaaty Clerk of Webster County
Nebraska oa tho 4th day of April 1WI and
givea to secure the pavateat of S300.M and
apoa which there is aow due to W. 11. Htroksa
tho sags of S310.QO tho same having been as
signed to said W. It. Ktmba for a valaabi
consideration by said Ludwig Thuro. Defaalt
haviagbeea ma-lela tbe peytaent of said sum,
aad the said Augastas rhuro baring removed
the property enverod by said mortgages from
said county of Wobster contrary 00 the stipe
alAtioasofsaid saortcages. tbereJbre we will
ell the property therein described vis; One
gray hone 9 years old. One gray mare H years
old. One bay horse 10 years old. Oae sorrel
horse & years old. One set double harness
nlckle trimming. One sst double harness
black trimmings. One Star Wagon platform
spriugwlth carriage top. One Orhkoh tide
bar top buggy. One 1. 11. Hampton Top liugy.
at public auctl.iu at tho Hoy Home Livery
and Kee.1 Harn In the town of Kd Cloud
Webster County Aebrnska oa t'lMay Auguit
lh lSl. at 1 o'clock p. tn.. o! said 4i;.
L. P. At-asioHr A W. II. Sraoaa.
Dated Augait U. 151!. Mortgagees.
U. S. LAND OFFICE,
Bloominotus Nkii., , July 13. 1881.
Comjilaint having boon
entered at IhL Olltct by David Orr,
Hgaiut .bwi li F. Uandolph for aban
doning his Homestead Eutrv No5750,
dstcdOot. 30. 1878. upon tb rWitb
Wt-st iurler, section 32, towiHbli 3
north rango 10 west in Webster
Comity Nebrwka, with a view to the
c.'iiiccllutiou of Miiil entry, the said
parties arc hereby .sutnnioncd to ap
pear nt this OHifL! m tin; 'Jth day of
September, 1881, :t 10 o'clock a." ni.,
to respond and furnish testimony con
cerning snM alleged nh.indoniucni.
S. W. SwiT7.i.n, 11. W. MoSTCOMEur,
alia, the Albright Horse.
Will stand thin season at Rel Cloud
at last year' rate, viz: 18.00 to insure
single marc; Two marcs $15.00; more
than two by the same owner, $7.00 each.
For the Reason, $5.00; single acrvicc,
This horse needs only to be known
to be admired, lie has been acknowl
edged by many good judges to be the
""ill .toil of i How"
seen in thia section. Weight, in flesh,
1500 pounds. Beautiful Bay, Symmet
rical form, good life, high carriage and
best of all as kind as a kitten. His ownt i
also has aood Jack with him at same
rates. t-ntil further notice will lc
found at the Commercial barn.
Colts can be seen nt the premises of
Jos. Fogle. State Creek; rq. Vance,
Inavale; 0. McCall. Henry Gerkke,
at Becker fi farm and Rallston's at In
avale, also at Bed Clond. Mtilea at
premises of Lew Smith and Ben Port
nier, Guide Rock, Elm creek mills
and Rod Cloud mills.
The owner has entitled this Jack
"CanL Smith." beinz the famous Lew
Smith Jack, formerly of Guide Rock.'
Shows the best stock in the valley.
D. LUTZ. Proprietor.
Money To Loan
On Real Estate, in Webster and ad
joining counties at tho very best rates.
It will pav everv farmer who thinks oi
borrowing money, to see me before
making arrangements with any other
No expense to the borrower no
tedious delay no dealing with eastern
parties no application fee, bonus or
comraissicw-no fee for making or
recording papers or taking acknowl
edgements no advance or serai-annual
interest: and; no mtert until
money u actually inTEand.
Call upon or address
B. A. Srwao.
3gtf Loan Broker, Blue Hill, Neb.
ws?sa -5lm9owflL. aWm)
F0Tt E. Ilstrion
To ForcH E. Itaitso-t ften-rrIdi?n
dcfcndattU You arc hereby noUrtrd
that an action ha bce foenmenrrtl
against you in the aUive Mimed court
by ?aid Cliriwtena J. ffafKm for Xhr
pnrpac of procuring a divorce a
nth matrirvtnu: ami that untc vent
I aear and answer to her ncUtion m
paid cause on or lckft? Uic 15tn uay ot
Anguot IJvSl, aaw tctiUon will If
takn as true, and judj-inont rendered
Cmrwtcva J. Havoox. ri'uT.
Bv W. H.Stkoiim. An'y.r ITtff.
Iatcd. Red Cloud, 5cb., July 11 th.
KCtlreU hereby . that I will esswlat
elipereeiMvbuBa 4?. t St l-m.Jt
as raahlUeU tr t-!kn ef ta priiatry r
In the !
rrlVftOja ea the first urdr th a nth. .1
ubu iiln r er wur eir. i '
Pcbraary. Afay Agt ad ufeml-fv At
Etna H1U oa t be rn pt4y in tae oxui w
isaaary. AtrlUJaty and txtoe-n .vt Ualle
Hefe eothetirst Sotnrday I the ewe lis et
More. Juae. September and Ie9abe.
Examiaatien te reesssra at lck a. a.
A. A. tra. .
Coealy Supcrinteadeni of P-tUk Intttartloa
Ut iba SrM rtnnUr ia the SSeatSb at
i 01L Nt J Et5. LE.M0NS,
aed a rvtL uxK or rASCV.
ALA) a iixr CLASS
Io OroBmin Parlor.
Where you ran always
get a nice dish of Ice Cream during
A share of the public palrousgi it
respectfully rnlu-itcil. First tbwr
soulb or'Milchcll A Morli.Mt'a.
Rkd Ctocn, - ,
Dry tiPf mnd
BOOTH nd MHOEN
HatSi Caps. Su
Rrwftf Made Clothing
Wt hivt thi Lirgist
Stick ii tke Vallty and will
nil ot iijrtrtoll.
CSvc m a call, one and all.
Hubbckibe for and advertiac in the
KC-l Cloud Chief.
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mSSm WEW AMD COKBZCT MAP
i fc'.yoasl aar isaoostsAte
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN R'Y
CUcaf aa a wf e Prmdaal Fesafs In 0m Wt, Her& 'd ftartVwMt.'
CarvfanyexasrtsetaisMaii. Tae frterffoJ Claof taWseaM Klrw;rvtas'alvoa'
SroaAlul iSJatralas GaaAo cWo suaaertierig wHk Utral-e a
s"a AuX. IteA fm m smeO Jiwsr f mWB - ! 'JA iBsmY
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j!2'IF'am Iiam.rfssisjms. as. fna
-3or- taea. Iftrrwon 4k Tst gsnws J afsJTttwJfce. Ceaow
Zsar ts aok for Tkkoti iU tSto rLVi
.m m-er- m -
y r ewi aims wi
Tt,r Wk waa to fee dose?
Oae tkra' w certaia he Htat ad
iUtrua H waaserett waopai o
a z i
g O 'Si.
The Proof oi tfr&
Pudding is in the
nave oniv to
on us and wc can casi
ly convince you thai wo
A little JU'LOW the
so-called "Bed roekVi
ccs" advertised bvotlur
Besloy &, Perking.
a xv rAcn.ur.fi oi
Sprinc If AuUilO
Buggies L Phaetons.
We do not Want Agents
vtr. orrKU ooa
Standard Trade Vehicles,
70 11IC TKAtJr.--
'Work that hru an ctlaUUltnl n-j.
tiott, rtt id tbitt can lt h.tintto-i ' t
ufactiHt, Ixtlh to biiyrr ntwl erllor
Svnd for d?j:n and prUve to
KOUINHON WAtJN U
l&-ly Ctncliiaati lV
Wo VmIav mil Attention Ut ihf a I
vortiniof thn 1'KUKi.r Aat It "
reus, uhch can be fotind ih Ati'-t-r
roltuiin. Tliro Iltttor rn Hv!?
from thw purest and Wit mi'?
and their f nic and citharlir pr It
tto render tlnm superior U all r4ra
in disorder of the Htonia b, lU.ivc!.
Csld cr Zxt Tirtit
Xet-t ffta3llr f ' l
ait! Ve eteppeJ.
tt 1tth - IMK
Brtma't Kr-nehisl frl
tfJV 9f C "'
ebitK CV fge,
teii'tin Anams. nro
wneuitTeaal Ykrvst ftes.
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fan tneTrn'hee esT Ve rv 14
rarilriasr. ol slvsr Se M'l fl'J,-
lkf mrm -t er s-!Ul it lf
Arted It We a.l -nliet ete Ut aelr so
'.atire itrlwa. tie bse all
sserite-t rsat 've t few tH f
As sge. PeM tsaf 4 tt'trrt
j eltmr inl .IfensiLefl in "He. HaU al
Hrents ( rents a Ws rrfrVf,
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rsn tso roast vrrx.jai sak
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