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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1881)
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A ni.l linw of rverythiiig kept in a gen
eral store, t thu unvKT CASH FKtt.U6.
Moon & Callender.
C0WLE3, - NEBRASKA
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
A fnlTMipply of
LAMPS, LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
COMBS BRUSHES AC.
Patronage fificited and thankfully received.
-Prescription carefully compounded
One door south of Garl.cr's store,
REI) CLOUD, NEB.
R. L. TIISTKER,
KSacenaior to G. A. Brows.)
. Picture Frames,
C fRpi alwny on hand ami trimmed on hott
notice. Trice as low nt any in the alley.
Kwairiug of all kinds itiiue pruinp'ly and
Rurinl Rubes furnished at reasonable
UED CLOUD, - - - NEB.
J. L FILLER,
lice pi censtnntly on band a full lane of
HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLES,
Willi's, COMBS, BRUSHES.
And ovory thing usually kvptiu a first-
TWO DOOttS X0RTH OF T1WE BANK.
TauHlgatst Cash Pries Said for Hidit
Flour & Feed
CEAS. E. PU.THAM; Prop.
Corn. Meal. Bran Chop pud Feed aad
VUit the BceWond Rrucery. Feed andPrw
vision turo when you w.ihi tut-alio far niaa or
Hirhot market-price is-enrh liairrfSr grain
All kiniU ofiiiuntrr produce taken ra eschanc
furr-xlf. ('uodi tlelivercd to all part -of toirs
frc of vbarco.
St'tre ,outh of RccJVPlow Factrr.
The Proof of the
Pudding is inthe
Youfhave oly to call
on lis and we cam easi-
A little BELOW the
so-called "Bed rock pri
ces" advertised by other
THURSDAY NOV. 24. 1881.
Jtoml adrerltilmcnta inserted among
the muling matter icill be charged JOata,
fine eacA insertion.
Give thanks to-day.
Jiff. McBride's for hats.
CJermantowB, t Mrs. McBbuje'.
Hoods, Flannels and needle work;
home rnanwfactiirc, at Newhocse'h.
A large stock of Germantown woo),
Zephyrs and stocking yarn, at
All wool hoods for sale at
CTiildrens Bibs, at Mrs. McBride's,
rone door south of Putnam's store.
Mr. W. H. Strohm attended to two
law suits at Guide Rook last week.
Stylish, fancy ribbons, at
A full supply of flannels of all kinds
at .. NElVlfOUdK's.
G to Xcwhousc's
store for dress
goods of all kin tlf.
Elegant Tips and Plume, at
Buckwheat flour. Maple syrup, New
Orleans Molatues. Sugar House Drip
Uyrup and Sorghum for sale at
All kind of ImildiiiK material at the
Chicago Lumber Yard.
Again, and for the 978th time we
nay; correspondents will please write
only on one side of the paper.
A new and complete assortment
Millinery Goods just received, at
WeWm that the household of Rev.
E. Middlcton was made happy, recent
ly, by the appearance of an heir.
Ladies stylish Collars, at
THere will be services at the Con
gregational church on Thanksgiving
daj Services at 1 1 o'clock a. m.
Only presidents of first national
banks and newspaper men can afford
the luxury of hard coal fires this
The annual meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will bo held on Friday of this
week, Nov. 25th, at Mrs. E. B. War
ner's at 3 p. m. A full attendance is
The Rev. Geo. O. Yeiscr will preach
next Sabbath mornihg'and evening at
the Congregational" church. Tho ad
jnihutrnlibn of Baptism after morning
Next Monday E. L. Grubb will take
charge of the old Avenue Hotel at
Guide Rock, and tho latter part of
the week it will bo re-opened to the
public, under tho name of the Morgan
Our young people wishing to attend
the largest and best business institu
tion should correspond with Prof.
Miller, President of the Great
Mercantile College at Keokuk,
Rev. Hawley, pastor of tho M. E.
church was the recipient of a hand
some compliment from Mr. Besley, of
the "firm of Besley & Perkins, last
Sabbath. Mr. Besley is almost a
stranger in Red Cloud, and when he
met Mr. Hawley he took him to be
the editor of Chief, which mistake
Mr. Hawley of course received as a
Foiltry tfid Huts.
At Mosher's meat market is the
place to get your turkeys for Thanks
giving. They keep on hand all kinds
of poultry, the best of beef, pork and
mutton, as well as sausages, lard &c,
fcc Everything fresh and good.
7IIX0W COTTONWOOD SEEDLI2TSS.
(From Misssuri River)
On hand and ready to deliver,
500,000 Yellow Cottonwood Seedlings,
12 to 30 inches high, at $1.00 per 1000.
Send orders to M. Wilson,
Nav. 4th. 1881. Cloverton, Neb.
FORT SCOTT COAL.
For sale at the Chicago Lumber
Yard, Red Cloud Neb.
SPANISH X&XKO BT7CXS FOft BAH.-
I have just received a car of thor
oughbred Spanish Merino Bucks.
PEDIGREE: Shipped from Vermont
last rear and not used, being climated,
and in number one order for use. I
oflGrr them for sale in lots to suit pur
cttwers. We think they are the best
lotfarer Bhipped into this state. Come
early and make your selection.
Address, II. R. Stone,
Smith Center, Smith Co., Kan.
GkoiceTeas and Coffee.
Ai-M. Cook is agent for the San
.Francisco Tea Company, for Webster
'Co:, Nebraska and Smith Co., Kansas.
ancVwiH rattan you with samples of
Tea and Coffee, which he is selling at
prices below what can fer had- at any
store in the county, for the- amua
class of goods. Goods delivered at
your door, and if not satisfactory, after
trial the agent will refund your
money. Try those goods and you
.willuse.no other. IS-w-4
Hardwire at Cost.
T-hapiware stare formerly owned
by Holcoatb-Brc. fe.twr.th property
ofMr. Cowviasej of LiBcsrr h is
desirous of eenMt tW- aiscK at eaak
andTpUced ItWjCJCafcy 6rwr
of the store, who wUfa ail taaw be
readv toshow von th roe aaCaeB
tbew to yougreatlyeduetiFricea.
CaU at llelcomb Broa. old sta ku
in fieed antthirig to the hardwaa
Agnew &. Murphy, contractors on
the B. &, M. extension weit, oame in
on a special hut Sunday.
Vcnnor predict a raild winter
look out fur snow and aiurau, as the
weather generally goea contrary to L
It is Mtontsbrng that the cook-store
explosions occur only in the houses of
r those who hate no "visible means"
of procuring fuel.
Z. E. Parker, of the State Journal
Co., was a caller at the Cmxr office
yesterday, and, as usual, took our
order for a large lot of printer's
j.ne larmcrs ciaim tnat tiicy can
get more for their cattle and hogs at
Blue Hill than they can at Red Cloud.
Why is this so 7 Red Cloud should
certainly be tha better market of the
two for live stock as well as grain.
It has been suggested to us tHat the
town councilmen should state an
effort to improve taW- side-walks and
hare-some new ones put down, or
else disband and" "become wanderers
and vagabonds on the lace of the
What has got into the people that
they cut, shoot and injure each other
eo terribly, of late. We havn't picked
up an exchange for the last month
that did not give an account of one or
more shooting or stabbing scrapes.
It is about time a stop was put to this
sort of thing.
Just after election Mr. Hawley, who
was defeated in the race for Judge
ship, was asked how he felt, "Well,"
he replied, "I feel pretty much m
Lazarus felt." "Lazarus ?" "What do
you mean by that" was asked.
"Why," said he, "Lazarus was licked
by dogs, and so was I."
We publish this week a letter from
Dry Creek, written by a new corres
pondentor rather two of them, and
signed "Two Orphans:" If we were al
lowed to guess, which of course we
are not, we should say the letter was
the production ot two mischevous
girls. Come again, you "Orphans."
Our down town contemporary seems
to have suddenly conceived a violent
attachment for Mr. Chas. Buschow.
the county treasurer elect, judging
from the amount of "taffy" adminis
tered in his last issue. We were not
surprised to learn that the said "taffy"
was extremely nauseating to Jlr.
We are obliged to omit the publi
cation of the second article, written by
a lady, ccnsuring.Mr. Kcnney for his
contemptible fling at the woman's
suflragerasssociation, published in his
paper last week, for the reason that
tho other article was already in type,
and for the further reason that the
last handed in was a little too compli
mentary to the personal appearance
of the editor of the Chief. Our sym
pathies are, of course, with the Indies
who arc, very justly, offended at the
dirty black-guard who has needlessly
The Ladies Aid Society, will give a
regular aid-fashioned Thanksgiving
dinner, at the M. E. church, consis
ting of hot roast turkey, roast beef,
chickens, pies, vegetables, and all
the accessories thereunto belonging.
The price will be 40 cts. a single ticket
or 75 cts. a couple. This is done to
induce each young gentleman who
comes' for his dinner to bring his
sister, or somebody's sister.
A small reduction will be made to
families, thereby making it cheaper
for them than to preparo a dinner at
home. Dinner will be ready soon
after the morning service at the other
church, and can be procured from
that time until 3 p. m.
There will be a Dime Social at the
same place in the evening. Sec.
tint Craak Ittmi.
Walnut, Nov. 21, 1881.
The Methodist church of this place
received another member, a week ago
Walter Noble was baptized and re
ceived in full membership.
Both, of the Walnut Creek schools
are rh "fulP blast.?' One taught by
Mrs. Pose Noble and the other by
Miss Emma Hare, and be it said to
the credit of this part of the count3
that they are not so very cheap
We have just been told of a dis
graceful row that occurred a short
time ago, near here. Such things
ought not to be. We have always
considered the people of Walnut to be
ladies and gentleman, and we arc glad
tosay that the event of which we
speak occurred across the state line.
We had our expectations raised
high by the report that we were to
have a singing school in our midst,
but we are doomed to disappointment,
for there is no singing school
Ceph and Nelse'Rosacrans have all
tho work they can attend to, they are
the "boss" plasterers.
Mrs. Hoklredge has just returned
from a visit at Bloomington.
Almost all the horses in this neigh
Erfcood are aick with- the pink-eye.
Thaaawaa- a lively time at the elec
tion in tbi ycccinct. For our -part
we were sorry that any one should
vote anything but aha- atraight
Quite -a pleasant party gathered at
the residence of squire HoMredge ok
Friday evening last. It is needless to
aay all present eajoyed themselves,
for tkey always do there.
-News rather-earc just now, but
Xr.Jtauson'-'Aaa give bia promise
thai there i-going "to b at wedding
there aeon, TaUyoae? foe. some
Red Cvovd, Nor. 12 1331.
Mr. Eorroa: HaTe you aad your
rcadrn ever observed this peculiarity
of the editor of the slrym ?
He has "such a winning- way to
make people hate lunu" He "pitches
into them" on all occasions and for
no other reason as any one can sec.
Now, it Lt an article on "petitions,'
then, something mean about Mr. Bur-
ncu me juvangiusi. Agun ne goes
for the W. C.T. U. about publishing
extracts from somo old scrap book in
their Temperance Column And this
last week he has a funny (?) and. ex
tremely foolish article about thu
Woman's National Temperance
Union, ending ofTwfth a fling at the
If these tilings were evils, we would
bid him God vpeed in his crusade
against them, but every one knows
they are undertaken for tho benefit
of mankind. No one really wanu to
notice these articles of his enough to
answer them, and then there is an
other reason, he is not a gentleman.
Dry Cms Xtaau.
En. ChieI': We noticed in your
paper a few interesting items from
Walnut, which aroused our curiosity
and we thought a few items from Dry
Creek would be interesting to your
We can hardly agree with "U. No.
Ho," in being so partial to a few; we
owe many respects to our citizens;
therefore will slight none, but will
begin at the source of the creek and
go to the mouth, or jumping off place
Please take no offense at bur few
feeble remarks, for our peu may lead
- Ed. Englcr has built a new house
out of Nebraska brick; which we arc
afraid will nut stand the gentlo
Uncle Rosacrans, although 73 years
old, is not discouraged with farming,
but lias plowed nearly two acres a
day; which, we think pretty good for
a man of his age. Success to him, is
Miss Ida is at home attending
school. That is right, Ida, for it re
quires a good education to teach a
school of one.
Henry Serl is also preparing his
farm for another crop, may the bugs
not trouble you Henry.
A bouncing girl at Ceph. Rosacran's,
the mother is doing well, the father
we fear will loose his reason.
School began last week, with Miss
Maggie Noble as teacher.
O. R. Dowes is going to leave hi"
farm and. move to town, they will Vc
missed on tlie creek'"bcing-among the
first settlers. THcrearcnot many of
the pioneer ladies who have endured
the hardships that Mrs. Downs has,
we hope the chango is a plcosaut one
Pierce's have relatives visiting them
from the east, and, we understand
they intend locating here.
John Jones has bought somo lots
in New Ark Kearney county, with in
tentions of making it is his future
home, and would like a good renter
on his farm. His wife is on the sick
Joe Jone's smiling face, was seen at
our doors, we like to see you Joe, but
ike to see your beef the best.
Tom Vaughn is able to support a
Tom Jones was a guest on our creek
last week, wc understand ho is not
going to risk tho prophesy of a mild
winter, but is about to take unto him
self a help-mate. Quite a good idea
"U. No. Ho" thinks a lyceum
would be interesting. Suit the action
to the word and organize at once, and
the people of this creek will gladly
assist, Two Orpmaxij,
THE SUNDAY MAGAZINE
T. DE WITT TALMAGE, DD. Editor.
The December number of this favor
ite periodical appears with the popu
lar divine, T. De Witt Talmage, D. I).,
as Editor, and extremely good as it
has hitherto baen, it has acquired in
creased brilliancy from his connection
with it. In his characteristic initial
address, "To the People," he says:
"We promise nothing, except to
trust in God and do our level best.
Our religion is sunchine, end the diff
erence between earth and heaven is
that the sunshine of earth sometimes
gets beclouded, but heaven is ever
lasting sunshine. We mean to culti
vate the largest catholicity. We want
in our Magazine to help make Sunday
the brightest, and most entertaining,
and the happiest day of the week.
We believe there is no other Sunday
Magazine in A mcrica, So the field is
clear. We propose beginning in our
next series of articles on 'People We
have Met;' and will before we get
through, set forth some of our con
temporaries of the pulpit and the
press. They have often given their
ideas of us. We will give our ideas of
them." The leading article of the
number is entitled, "The Christian
Statesmon James A Garfield," by the
Editor, which is replete with interest
ing reminisccnaes, and is finely illus
trated. Among the other particularly
noteworthy illustrated articles are
"Malta," "Reminiscences of an Old
New Yorker," "Religions Dissent in
Russia," "The Prince Imperial Mem
orial,". A Missionary Emancipator,
etc., etc The interesting story, "Mav
Cunningham's TriaL" is continued,
and there are several short stories,
sketches, essays, eUx. by Eleanor Kirk.
Augusta Browne Garret, Rev. Mr.
Deems. Rev. J. H. Waterbury, etc,
etc The poems posses great merit,
and the miscellany is aJmoflant, en-,
tertaining and instructive. The price
of a single copy is 25 cents,-the anuual
subscription $3; six months; $1-50;
four months $1; sent postpaid. Ad
dress. Frank Leslie. Publisher, S3 55
and 57 Park Place N.Y.
7 Per Cent. Honey to Loan!
Money to prove up with on foal re
ceipt, or o deeded (and at 7 nejc cateL,
and l-2 par cent. couaaietHon, ar ml
straight 9 par cant, no cotwmiacmr.
Jia JL Wiixcok.
OJtcc neat door ta Chief owlce. 3HL
Ro Cuktdv Sov. .!,, jjgi.
Tbw Woman Suffrape Socitfy et
pursuant t adjournment at the xtk
denceoTMrs. EC Van Aukm.
Tb meeting called U order by the
president. MiuaJes of the previous
meeting read and appro ed.
Severn! section of the Statute of
the state of Nebraska, read and con
sidered, and by vote ordered publh
ed in the Woman' Column of tho Red
A number of appropriate ami inter
esting selections were read. Ad
journed to meet at the residence of
Mrs. A. McNitt, on Friday evening
the 2d, of Dec.
Mas. A. McNrrr, Trwidcnt.
E. B. KxjGtrr, Secretary.
The following sections of the law
contained in the Statutes of Nebraska
were quoted by the Hon. E. M. Corrcll
in his lecture here, and a good many
person have since said there was no
uch thing in the lam.
Sec. 1st. The widow of every de
ceased person shall be entitled to a
dower, or tho use, during her natural
life, ot one-third part of all the lands
whereof her husband was seised, of
all estate of inheritance at any time
during the marriage, unless she is law.
fully barred thereof.
Sec 29. When any man and his
wife shall bo seized, in her right of
any estate of inheritance in lands, the
husband shall on the death of his wife,
hold tho lands for his life as tenant
thereof by curtesy.
DIVORCE AND ALIMONY.
Sec. 23 When marriage shall 1
dissolved by the husband being scu
teuced to imprisonment for life, and
when a divorce shall bo decreed for
the cause of adultery committed by
tho husband, or misconduct, or drunk
eness of the husband, or on account of
his being sentenced to imprisonment
for the term of three years or more,
the wife shall be entitled to her dower
in his lands in tho same manner as if
he were dead; but she shall not be
entitled to a dower in any other case
Sec 24. When a divorce shall be
decreed for the cause of adultery com
mitted by tho wife, tho husband shull
hold her personal estate forever, and he
shall hold her real estate, so long as
they both shall live; and if ho shall
Biirvivc her, he shall hold her real
estate for his own life, as tenant by
Notice is tbfa eolaan will be charg etl i eraU
a liae each week.
Shogo Flour for sale at Body's.
Headquarters for flour at Putnam's
Flour and Feed Store.
A full stock of iron and wood
pimips, at Mitchell A Mokiiart.
W. B. Ruby has the largest stock of
Fancy Groceries, Confections, Ac, in
Goto Roby's and ho will show you
Daylight-Oil; it burns longer gives a
better light and is non-explosive. 11-tf
For Sale: 160 acres of land 7
miles south-west of Red Cloud, partly
under cultivation. Timber and water.
Apply at this office.
Smith Brothers announce still an
other important reduction in rata of
interest on time loans. Straight nine
percent annual interest. Call at the
Bank and leave your application.
$50,000 To Loan
On Btal Estate security, at 9 per
cent., annual interest. xo commis
sions, at The Webster County Bank,
Red Cloud. 10-tf
MONEY TO LOAN!
On Real Estate, at the lowest rate of
interest, by A. A. Pope,
15-tf Bed Cloud Neb.
It is always very annoying to a con
gregation to have a person hacking
and coughing during services. One
dose or Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup re
lieves the worst cases. Sola by all
Don't trifle with a severe cough or
cold. Procure in time, if you wish to
save doctor bills; a bottle of Or. Mar
shall's Lung Syrup. Price only
twenty-five cents, 'large size fifty cent.
Sold by all druggists.
I have purchased the fractional r aec.
of land laying between Peter McNitt's
and the river. And the public is
hereby notified not to cut any timber
on the same. M. B. McNrrr.
I, the wnderatgned, will sell at public
sale, about six miles south-west of Bed
Cloud, on south aide of the river, on
the place known as the Maxwell farm,
on Wednesday November 30th, 1881,
commencing at 10 o'clock, a. m. the
following described property, to-wit:
2 cows and one calf. 6 yearling
steers, 3 yearling heifers, 5 spring
calves, aoheaxl of spring ahoats, 2 work
horses, and 1 yearling colt, 1 doable
set of harness, 1 sulky stirring plow, 1
double harrow, 1 new mower, 1 new
wagon, 1 corn cultivator. 35 tons of
hay, corn, in the crib and some wheat
and other things to numerous to men
tion. Texxs of Sale: All aounts of 5 and
leas, Cash. All over to, three months
time win be given, with approved se
curity". 6. W. Hummel, Administrator.
Prjsrjnr Ube blood and regulate the
eowelav if y woeld have health.
There is o reaaedy- eqal. to the
FncxLTAatt Brrrzas for this par-
They act directly on the
sottceciafxl, going to the seat
aad driviac it fros the
Ner fc they atop herav be
lae system, nviac rt
- e.. -a. m.
. reaeeriiic it maca-
oc wmmunz. au
Money To Loan
Oti Jtr? &Ute. U Wclwtrrarwf a4
jointti count!? at th rrr bet ra-
It will py errry farmer who think ot
borrowing money, t re mo before
making arrangements with any other
No rxjwne to the borrower no
tcdiou delayno rfcalitij: with ctem
parties no application fer, bontu or
commission no Uc fr making or
recording papers or taking acknowl
edgement no advance or cmian
nual iutcr4tP am! no inurcst until
money is acfuafly in hand.
Call upon or addreM
U. A. Sttojr.
3Stf Loan Broker, Blur Hill, Ntb.
Filial Proof Notices.
LbJ OSee ml BlooKisrten.ntb. fc. It. 1141.
Xtk w htr.fer aWr tVl li. UlUvUc
Bused MtUw bu ft4 tit of &U UUalUa t.
Bftke 1m) proof is u?rt ef aU Ui. a4
cr Seal eatrj tatr. bfr Clerk f Die
trkt Court or W Ulr rvantr Ne.. at aU e
In lle4 Cloai Neb.. o getartUy. ! Stah.
... Eci T. St trow.
Pre. D. H. .NV UZt far the iAi wt rs
leva 3e rtiut l&w. lie ua ike fllowla
wit&eMMUi prove alt caaiiaa.ai rUetr
BpvavaatieIUiatloaef hU Ua4, flu Wil
IUa Waller, lleary Waller. Tlnetar Lawler.
WUUem T. rter. all ef O.Ih Nea.
aoT3Mea S.W. tfWlTZKR. XetUttr.
Laai Cte at Itaewlagtoa. Neb. Ner. 12. itl.
Notice ie arret Nea that tbe foUewlac
Be4 eeMJer aaa 614 aoticeof hi eaieatUa
to sake fiaal frvof la fapport of hit elale a4
that mli prwf will le te4e before aek ef
DUtrirt (Wt Webeter Oueir at IUJ Cleatl
Neb,.oa Saturday December 17. IM1 vie
rre. D. 9. No.: for the A K qurur . 12
towaSaraaxe IJw. lie aaaee Ute fblaa-taa
witaeeeea to rue ale ceMeu reWeee
ntea.4caltUationof !! uail vit: (eerie
Kaertoa, Taeaat Kaerloa. Cherte U. fetter,
Tbuataa Kee4. all of KeJ a. at N.b,
BoflTdarlS 8. W.SWIfZUIl. RetUter.
Laail Oflee at Bleeailagtea Xeb. Nor. it 1MI.
Notice U here aires that the follevta
aaaad eettier ha filed notice of hit Intention to
lake foal proof in support of hit clajia aad e
eaielaal oatrjr thereof before Ibe r!rk of
Dit.eoan la Webtter roualr at hi oflce ia
Rod Cload Neb. on Saturdar !s 17, 1M1, rrt:
., JiCoa (', Altlaiio.
Hd No. UK fur tho X K qawter e. 90 ua
ia rante Her. He mew the following li
oeeee U prove hi eouilououi retKieoce apen.
aad cullivatioB of tall Uod ric llarlea W.
Park Elrer Tatle. Noltoa iUrtlet. J oh a
Media all of Welt Neb.
BOTl7docIS S. W.SAirZKll. UeaUler.
LaadOfieoat HlooalBctsa Neb. Nor.. I. 1H1.
Notice It hereby glren that the fotlowias
turned tetUer ha Bled notice of hli Intention to
aaka fiaal proof la tupport ot hi data, and
care final eawrr thereof, before the Clrk of
the Cburt WebtUr County Neb . at hi oflce la
Red Qoad Neb.. oairn-1r Dec. 15,11. Ik
,, Siaioa II. RoaaaraoK.
U d No. 57 67 for the othvet quarter te
towaSaraage low. He aasie the follewiac
witneeia to prove hi rantinaou retidenee
uton and cultivation ofaaM lnJ, vit: Warrea
. Deal. Neloa Hurd. Hearr A. ifcCun. Kd
win 1. 1cCuBe all u fa led Cloud Neb.
orlOdecS S.W.SrrrZTR, RefUter.
Land OSceat BlooaiMtoa.fob. Nov.. 4. 1M1.
Notice ie herehr rim that the fullowiar
saaed tetUer ha lied notice of hit intention
to make final proof in tapport of kl clala. aad
that laid proof will be aad be for Clerk Dis
trict Court Webtter Coublrat Hed Cloud Neb.
an Saturday Iieceaber 10 tMl.
Binu W. SHiatar.
H'd No.C919 forthe touth.wrtt quart' tec. I
town 3a range 9w. II mmr the following
witaeatee to prove hi continuum ridence
upon and euluvatioaoffald lnl vii: John A,
Smith of Thoaaiville Neb.. Joihua Melton of
Dine Hill Neb , John Q. Kobiiuon of 1 neaat
vllie Neb.. Arthur A. Pope or Red Clnud Neb.
novlOdecfi i', rT.aWITZKB.UcfUttr,
Land Oftrutt Dloomtngton Neb . Oct.. 31. 151.
Notice it hereby given that the following,
named eettlcr hat Bled notice of hit Intention
to make final p. roof in tupport o hit o!aia. and
that raid proof will be to vie before 1erk of
Dittrict Court at Red Cloud Ntb.. on HaturJ
December 10. l-Hl, vit:
LrruBB L. Lu.
H'd No. 3108 fur the iw! !-.' ..'' tw qiarlar
d quarter $m quarter ee. 31 town In raege
Vw. He name the following wilneM to prove
hit contmuou reeidenee upon and cultivation
of laid lead via: (ieorge Tool, John itr.Moe.
Heory Cewley. Andrew M, llardy alt of
Ouide Rock Neb.
aevludecfl S. W. 8WITZ8R. Uegitter.
Land Office at Bloomlngten Neb Oct. 31. Wl.
Notice is hereby riven that the folluwing-
aamed tettler ha filed notice of hit intention
to make 6nal proof i a tnpimrt ofhU cUlu.ol
aecure final entry thereof, before '.he Clrk of
District -oort,in webtter county t hit offlcv
in Red Clou i tebratka on baturilay December
10th, 1831. vii:
H'd .Yo. 43Sfor the nef iec.2 town 4n rang
llw. Up name the following witnrstee to
prove bit continuou residence upon and cul
tivation of aaid land vii: Itaac May. Janet
Turner. Jartin Hatfield. Cbaile SchoerUbei
all of BIueUUIeb,
S. W.SWITZEK. RegUter.
Land OBea at I'looaington. Neb. Oet. 72. IMi.
Notice I he rebr gilven that tha following
BUaed eettler ha Bled notice of hi Intention
to Bake final proof in tupport of hit rltim. and
lecuro anal entry tnerent. before Ibe Llerk
of Dittrict Court is Webtter County at Red
Cloud Neb., on Saturday Nov.. 2bta. JWJ. Tit:
OwarJiaaof Minor Ueira of John Huh dee'd.
h'd entry No. M10 for the JneUei aad
mH neK tee. 10 town 2b range fw. He naaeee
tae loiiowtac wmtHti o prove ait eontrnueu
reeidcBee spoa. and euttlvatioa of aid land
vit Jacob Kiadcher. Jacob Portuier. lealak
Heittaaa, Zackariaa Croxton. all of Calde
Rock Sh, ...--- . ,.
ect37Mv4 S. W. BWIT2ER. lUriftw.
Jeaktn Davie will take nit lew that oa the
aCtk day ef October 1SSI. J. O,
Bartea. a Juatiew
county NeSratka. Ueued an order of attack
aeat for thu eaa of r&00 with inUreet at tea
percent, per annua frora April 3d, law. In aa
ctins nendta burore kim. wherein fcvernart M
Heaxea are plalntiS and Jenkla Oavia it
That troBerty coemting of one feeder. et
ralky etlrnng plew.one eera planter, one cul
tivator and one Newton wagn wu attached
under aid order, raid came a contiaoed to
the 12th day of December 1M1. at 1 o'clock
p. a. Evanar t Mssac. PUiotlC.
By their Atty". Sturuoe k 8tiT.
Bin Hill Webtter County Nebraska. Nove
karetk. 1M1. 1
Notice ia hereby given that oa tka 15th day
of Dceeatbar 19S1. ia the town of Red Cloud Neb.
oppoeiU St eFariaad'a Her, there will be rIJ at
public auction tha fclUwing deecribed property:
On dark brown aare. with utile hiad feet a
Jktle atjova aedlua it with ttar ia ferebead.
even yean eld. ae dark brown aorae me
diaa rite, white hiad foot. gkt rear old.
Oa blank horee nine yean ol d. rtar is (orchead
white hind foot. Oca red aad white t cow with
right horn brokea oC five yean eld. aad one
Clariada breaking plow. .
Iheeaid aruferty having bea taken under
aad by virtaeof two chaule aortsaaea. dated.
reetetiveJy Noreaher 4th UTS and Jfay 3tth
18SI. aad recorded aad filed lata Cterk ofllaa
ia Webeter eontv. The aaaa of tha aortgw
mor kmac W. w. Baaaell. Tha avirtgagea
hmim CmrUm M.TaUtr. whiek aald avmaaawa
Jy aariaSed la aad are now owned by U.
tlr and CM. Story aMvneea. Tkcra ia
dae M-a. Beatly aatiraaa UM JS. Tkara to
ouaCBl. out aawjeraaa ovv..a aaaaw
tatal aaaejat, i
i at fin rablieaiiea
DaeTatBd Cleud tkto Sftk day of Nov
M. a. Jrasn-v aae u.
Mr J.s.6iLua. atrr.
MATHEWS Je HAXXERS.
Baa trt dor want T Webeter County B aak.
KZD CLOUD. NESUUPCA.
in the highest style of the
COMX AND GET A CLEAN SHATZ.
bed eixxJBi. incm;
fewtwjaay eearlanasja a awl teit law war
ALL KlXtm Or
aawwewl IwflNalw lawa
Moshcr $ old Stand, Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Chicago Lumber Yard:
Rd Oloud. IVebrmskm.
YARD SOUTH OK HAMPTONS lUCKMfTH H0! OX MAlX iT.
Kcp couiUntlv on hand an ii.ortrnnt of Ijimlvr, Iwth, hlavclni, Uwii,
Vltdoe, Ur, Hair. Cement. riattT, ttulUlni: rapr
Etc. c, rUc.
Si0lf PLATT 6c FRKESa Proprietors.
Go TO W.
Staple $ Fancy Groceries,
IJf TO W.N ALSO
Choice Nuts Fruits dc. Confections.
IwgTFMwvh Frolta and VccctAl4a aVUl on Cornit)otn
Ki etoutn Niat.
RED CLOUD, ;
Immense Stock of Dry Goods,
MAESH I-Ias Them.'
1881 1881 r
SP AN0GLE & FUNK, ,
IIEADQUARTKRS FOR .
Two Doors South of Rank,
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