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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1882)
At LOWEST Prices.
A Largo lot of Cloihinjr. Roots, Fhoes,
JI.?t.S Cap-, t. Rought from
S. Gsubor. will bo soM at
Our large stock of new
Goods will be marked
COM3 AITS SSS MS A1TD GST 2AESAISS.
3MII) CLOl'D, - NhRRASKA.
Proprietor of tho
City Drug Store.
XVD DEALER 15
A full MJjijily of
LATH'S, LAMR SHAHKr, WICKS,
COM IW HRl'SIIESC.
r.itroi.nKe ilioited anl thanlifully received.
eii-Prrsi rtMiun? carefully eomjiouuiIcil'Si
One door south of UaiboiV store,
JtKD I 'LOUD, NEB. -
B. I,. TINKER
(Successor to G. A. Urowa.)
O-Sins alwnve on fc-iwl ami trimtiit-l.nn 'hort
notice, l'ricc us liv .l aiiy in She nlley.
Herairius ot all kimls louo pruminly and
Burial Hobos funiMiod at reasonable
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB.
J. L. MILLER,
Kvej'5 constantly on liauil a full Lino of
IIAIIXESS, CULLVKS, SADDLES.
WHIPS, COMBS, BRUSHES
And cvcrythinir u-ually kopt in a first
TWO POOKS NOK'Ill OK THK HANK.
Tie Highest Cash Prica Paid for Hides
AND A KTI.L LINK OK FANCY
ALSO A riKsT CLASS
Ice Cream Parlor,
Whore yon can always
get a nice dish of Ire Cream during
i he Season.
A hare of the public patronage is
H-pootfnllv solicited. FiiM duor
couth of Mitchell A Moihai l.
IKU ClOI'I, - - NK!iHK
HED cloud; neb.
The choicest of Fresh meats. SausuRr
Fowl-; and everything in the line that tho tnar
kct affords, always on hand.
AirShop two door south of Sherer's drnic stor
617 Sl.Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.
A rccalar snulante of two JIedioalCollt.has boa
longer located than nayotberl'hyncin in St.lxui,
i.scit " palters shownd nil old Tud- nn know. Syph
ilis Gonorrhoea. Gleet. Stricture. Orchitis. Kup
ture Uriinry SyphiLUc or Mercurial Affections
of Threat. Sitia or Bones cared Sale!?. I'nvatolr.
Spermatorrhea.Soxual Debility audlmpoten
cxthereuItof Self-Aluveiual ecf-csin nin
tsrer jjrs.or ovar btilawoiL,rrcdacia(; uerouie
f tmlnid rzitMions, debility, dimness of t-liiht, defec
t iTB muaiory. pbruul decay,averMon to society con-
.T : A (.(aia lnd r? arnnt rwlWMP vfoht. !. TT"H
oCScn cr ty rcsii tree und iavStd. PaphUt on
rtamp- Medicine feat by ciall .V eiepres Cures
raaranteed- Where doobt exists it U f rsfc& sutl.
M ARRI ACE p7S.
pfA?ls. I guide!
The whole storr.eU told.as itis tme to We,on the
f oUowinF ohjcu: Who miy ntarrj-. who not, why
Maahooa,WomanhK)d.Physicid decay. Who should
Jaarrv. ho happloe maybe lacretsd.eactj pf cel
.bacindexceaadinanrniore. ahowmarrled or
coatemplaUns mnmaR should read it thn k-p un-
F nCkslWenlaiwi, Ist M3hood.Nerroa
'"". Confasina of Ideas. Arcrsion to
Locietr.lBfecUve Memory and Dlvvdrs broucit
705 Cheanut St, St.LojMcW oBc
SocUones to careaperxnatrarbc Seintoarwete
SeairiSapotency. all forms of SypbiUaj Soccr
5hr.Vrmary or Bladder diseases, fe-
from se!t-6buS4, orcirosure cured for life tth, n
THURSDAY. MARCH 16. I8S2.
Arri7a! asc repartwe of Traias ca the
B. V. 2. B. at Bed Cload:
EaMwanl Pawnuer Ievn ...
. ...7:.TS p. m.
leave" .... . Fi V- ra
arrives .- . -I-"0 . tn.
leaves 40 a. tn.
arrive1..... .... -4:30 i. ni.
Ei'tward Pas-ent'er leaves........... 4.-00 a. m.
Freight le.iveo 4:V a. tn.
arrive! - 10:Ki.m.
Trains Daily ejeert Sunday.
-. Uavpbkll. ahi isup u
Dre.-s making done aC
Lot? of Boots t Shoes at
J. (!. rOTTKB'S.
Clothing and Hats cheap at
J. (I. I'ottkk's.
ICarly Ohio potatoe.-, for t-alo, at
A large a?rOrtinont of (r.--ots. at
Mi:. M -Bkidk'?.
Boots t-Shois ill he sold oheap for
ca.-h at, ' t. I'orrER's.
Iead.uarter f(.r nice Millinery
goods, at Mies. McBuidk's-.
Easter comes on Sunday, April Jth,
A handsome assortment of Collar?
md Ties at Mits. MoBkidl'.s.
Satin, Straw and Rorcupinc hats in
ahundance, at Mits. Fowlkk's.
Laflie-s call and .-ee those elegant
Pattern Hats, at Mus. Fowlku'.s.
New goodb every few days until the
dote of the season, at
A very large assortment of Spring
Millinery goods ami notions, at
Improved farms and raw land for
sale ly Simpson &. Sweezoy of Blue
Call and Fee the stock and prices of
Boots and Shoes before purchasing
elsewhere, at J. G. Pottkr's.
For well boring, call on E. A.
Young. He will make you a good
well at reasonable figure.
The ladies aid society will meet this
week on Friday afternoon, at the par
sonage. A full attendance is desired.
Farm loans made by Simpson fc
Swcezey of Blue Hill Neb., easy terms
and money in three days fioin appli
cation. Auother lot of the nicest canned
fruit, such as Lemon Cling Peaches,
Monarch Strawberries, &c, te., just
received at Koky's.
Call on Simpon it Sweezoy of Blue
Hill, Neb., ami get terms and prices
before buying land or making a loan
on your farm.
Twenty-eight thousand pounds of
Barb and Smooth Wire just received,
to be sold at ground floor prices, at
MlTCUKl.L it MOKHAKT'S.
Farm for Sale.
Iti0 acres of land S miles southeast
ol Red Cloud, f." acres under cultiva
tion. Will take tart payment in cash,
balance on time. Call on G. A.
Brown, on the premi-es, or E. E.
Shule, at Burr Oak, Ran. ol-t-4
Ho! For the West and Pacific Coast.
AU parties desiring to go west the
com im; season will do well to address
A. C. Bobbins, Secretary of the Great
Western Colony, Orleans, Neb., and
rceeho their pamphlet giving a des
cription of country, rate.- of transpor
tation by rail, tor families, teams,
household goods, ite.
Examination of Teachers
There will be a public examination
of teachers at Rod Cloud, Thursday
and Friday April Oth and 7th, KSS'J.
Applicants, especially for second and
first grade certificates, should not fail
to be present.
ClIARLI-S W. SrRINGKR, Co., Supt.
March 10, 1SS2. 32-34
Notice to Tree Planters.
Parties wishing Cottonwood trees
for forest planting can have them
in any quantity. I will furnish in lots
of not less than ten thousand, for one
dollar a thousand. Lots of 20 thou
sand at HO cents per thousand. Cash
to accompany all orders. Send orders
to M. B. Mi-ni'iiY.
Plattsmouth. Cass Co., Neb.
Reference, Cass County Bank.
31-t 4 Platfsmonth, Neb.
Last week the editor of this paper
traded for a patent right, and conclu
ded to settle himself down to the en
joyment of prospective wealth and af
fluence to be derived therefrom. But
it seenis that he was not to be let
alone in the enjoyment of the now ac
quisition. The importuning; ot Bro.
Kenney. of the Arijus, for a half inter
est in the concern have been so per
sistent as to nearly drive us dis
tricted. A CARD.
Wo desire again to publicly express
our thanks tothe good people of Red
Cloud for their kindness manifested
upon the evening of March 3d. When
we came home late in the evening the
people were gathering at the church,
and we soon found a goodly number
of valuable presents and considerable
cash, with many kind friends awaiting
us. We shall long remember the oc
casion and labor and pray for the
prosperity e-fthe donors.
-Geo. W. Hawkey, and Family.
Gratfhl to XaralEs.
Floreston Cologne is rratefub to in
valids, because it is refreshing with
out the sickening effect of. laost
A Foolish Xistake:
Don't make the mistake of con
founding a remedj of merit with
quack medicines. We speak-from ex-
nerience when we say tfint Parker's
Ginger Tonro-js-a sterling health re
storative winds- wm uo- an iniio is
claimed for it,. We have used' it our
selves with the happiest results for
JCheumatism and when worn out by
overwork. See adv. Itjncj..
District Court convenes next week.
Many of the farmers have tinidhed
sowing their -spring wheat.
March bids fair to be a rather res
pectable oort of a month after all.
Contractor Brubaker has commen
ced work in earnest on the new school
Mr. Henry Waller, of Cowles, called
hist Saturday and aided the Chixk
Wealth does not always bring con
tentment anjl happiness. Editors
sometimes have the blues.
The daily Blootnington Guard has
reached our Table. It is a neat little
r-heet, but its life will be short.
County Supt. C. W. Springer ha
boon absent thi.s week attending the
Teacher's Institute at Bloomington.
Osceola, Nebraska, is to have a new
paper called The Farmers Advocate,
and edited by Mrs. Ada Bittenbender.
Call at the Chief otlice for job prin
ting of any jind all kinds. Satisfaction
given in every case or no
The trial of Dill, the one armed
salloonist who murdered a cowboy at
Culbertson, has been postponed two
The Chief office is well supplied
with horse cuts, and parties desiring
bills printed will do well to call and
The bell social will meet at Mrs. J.
C. Warner's on Thursday evening
March UO. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
Isn't it about time the row between
the newspapers in Harlan county was
stopped. The readers of those papers
are sighing for a rest.
One of our hotel keepers chased a
"guest" all over town with a club lust
Sunday to make him disgorge the
price of a night's lodging.
John Parkes' hoiwc caught fire bust
Monday, but fortunately there was no
wind to speak of, at the time, and
the ilamcs were easily subdued.
We are obliged to decline publish
ing a lengthy article clipped fiom the
Bloomington CSuurd and sent in for
the Woman's Column. It is entirely
A German 31 years old advertises in
the Grand Island Independent for a
wife, and says that he has a good
home for the woman he marries. A
chance for you, girls.
If you have a horse or a cow to sell,
or if you want to buy a horse or cow
or anything else it will pay you to let
your wants be known by inserting a
2o cent local in the columns of the
Chief. Try it.
The Argu.i mournfully says that it
lost a good subscriber when Mr. Boss
left the county. The Chief did not
loose a good subscriber, for Mr. Boss
paid for it a year in advance, and or
dered it to follow him to his new
Rev. J. L. Elliott organized a Free
Will Baptist church in school Dist.
No. 23, Batin precinct, last Sunday.
On Sunday, the 2Gth there will be
preaching at 10-30 o'clock by Rev.
Elliott, and twelve or thirteen persons
will be baptized by emersion.
Mrs. L. N. Edson, of Cowles, who
wont east to visit her parents in Illi
nois some time ago, died at her fath
er's residence in that state recently.
The bereaved husband and children
have the sympathy of the entire
neighborhood in their great afllic
tion. M. N. Kress, alias Wild Bill, the
hunter and trapper who lived on the
Little Blue, near Spring Ranche
eleven years ago, ami who was well
known to most of the old settlers in
this county, is now a resident of Ayr,
Adams county, and is said to be a law
The "Trinity Evangelical Lutheran
Church" will hold divine services at
the Congregational church on next
Sunday 19th inst., at 10:30 o'clock a.
m., and 7:30 o'clock p. m. Tho pub
lic generally are cordially invited to
attend. Preparatory services on Sat
urday ISth inst., at 330 o'clock p. m.
Rev. J. W. Kimmel ofTekamah Neb.,
will conduct the services.
Mr. J. D. Leach has purchased the
right of eight counties, to put in "An
derson's perfect Weather Strip," and
will be ready in a few days to fill or
ders already taken, and to take an un-1
limited number ot new ones, mis
patent weather strip is the best thing
of the kind ever invented to keep out
water, and Mr. Leach has a bonanza
if he works his territory.
An exchange says that the man
who is too poor to take the newspa-1
pers, is the same man who loses an
occasional opportunity to gain five or
ten dollars because he does not hear
of it in time ; the same man who sells
his wheat just before a rise in the
market; the same man who makes
the wrong-move in a matter because:
he-docs not knew r.41 She circumstan
ces in the case; the same man who
loses in-a thousand ami one different
ways, simply beriane he is aot inform
ed. Never again say yon camict alHjrd
to take the papers, for you ca: not
afford to do without them.
John Duston, one of the parties who
stole John Waller's horses, and who
was arrested at Smith Centre, Kansas,
on the strength of a postal card sent
from this office giving a description of
the horses, was taken to Missouri on
a--requisition from the governor of that
state to-answer to the charge of horse
stealing and other- crimes committed
there. TSpon hearing of the nrrcst of
the thiefc Sheriff Warren procured a
requisition-and was in the act of start
ing after the man when he heard that
the Sheriff from Missouri had got
ahead' of hitm It matters little- in
wBat state the culprit is punished, so
that the punishment is swift and sure.
Vannor's Predictions for March.
The 17th and llh may not be par
ticularly stormy dtys. Cold weather
in the northwest thrs week.
Fourth week Blustery, stormy
weather and snowfalls in many sec
tions west to Chieago and westward.
about the entry of week, or 20:h and ,
Frequent snowfalls through Prov
ince 01 Quebec.
Mild weather on and after the 22d
day, with rain and sleet storms of '
frcijuent occurrence in mot sections, j
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w ot weainer south and eaat. (
After the 2T)th Snowstorms proba-j
ble to wc-tward and high w ind ;
through Canada, accompanied bv
heavy snow and rainfalls, particularly
about the 2th and 2'Jlh.
The month, howoveJ, will probably
c!oe generally mild with indications
of a calmer period.
The following Blue IX ill items are
from the Ayr Tinws:
li. A. Simp"on is very sick.
Friend Newcomer is on the sick
The Blue Hill Bank starts out with
a good bushier-.
Sol. Maudiebatim w:ts found at the
Chicago store, happy and jollv, as
Large cpiantities of corn arc being
hauled from here by Kansas parties,
and farmers in these parts.
Canfield and Parker made our few
minutes Slav with them verv pleasant.
They are gentlemen as well as fine
A. Butler, of tho firm of Butler A
Wells, of Wells P. O., Webster Co.,
ami S. E. Genoray of that place, took
the train at Blue Hill Thursday for
Mrs. Mackey, wife of C. C. Mackey
of Blue Hill died about 6 o'clock
Thursday morning. She was an old
laily and fell a victim to the ravages of i
lung fever. Blue Hill loses one of its
respected and highly esteemed ladie
pETEitsN's Maoazise, "the ladies'
favorite," as it is generally called, is
before us, for April, and is even better
than iiniial. Among other costly em
bellishments it has a "Colored Pat
tern for a table-Cover." one of those
new and stylish affairs only to be
found in this magazine, and alone
is worth the price of the number.
The steel engraving, and the double
sized colored fashion-plate, arc also
exceptionally fine. There are some
fifty illustrations for the fashions and
for the work work-table, giving the
latest styles and patterns for both.
No other lady's book rivals this in
the high character of its literature,
1 be stories aie always the beat. Iu
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the present number we have "Love in
T'lturlo-' In- Mpv ,.r. c,,.r,n .
i angle, in .Mrs. Ann :. Stephens,
"The Story of a Storm," bv Mrs. J. G.
. ' -
Austin, noiti powerlul novelets; he-1
sides stories by Frank Lee Benedict,
and numerous others ; and several of
the stories are illustrated. The price
of "Peterson" is but two dollars a
year, with great deductions to ciubs,
und handsome premiums to the per
son getting up the club. It is never
too late to subscribe; for back mini-
bers can alwryi bo supplied. Eirry
Italy ovyht tolnfo (hi Maytizinr. Spool-I
mens are sent, gratis, to those wishing
10 get up emus. we atiie our!
frinnilj t. .... ,1 4V s.,,.. ,.... ... I.....
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.Milt I ess, l'ETEKSOSS M AOAZINE, .51)0 !
Chostnut Street, Philadelphia, Penn
sylvania. Frank Leslie's
The number for April is an unusu
ally attractive one; the editor. Rev.
Dr. Dr. lalmase. continues his inter-
.- ..it i r it ...'. i i ti i- . . i it "rc"r " inrrcii.r n ncai r.finir .lnrigace
esting papers. "People I Have Mot , tent and order. I he district should mHde bv nail defendant to -ii. pLinoffm the
JlmnismuidTn'ilietom Iiou" ,,nt l S(e lhal " ""''UaKnl' ,i." "
monisin, .md in the Home I a pit exaijtness j stu,iv i3 kept up to the Coan:y- "w. 'f' '" f'th-r w.r.e.i that
is a ermon lv him on the suliiect
"Longevity." There are admirable
articles, finely illustrated, entitled "A
Missionary Explorer" (David Living
stone), "Reminiscences of an Old New
Yorker," "A Journev to the Oldest
City in the World," "the Recent Can
onization of Saints at Rome," etc., etc.
In the department of fiction "Pru
dence Winteiburn" and "Margarets
Eneniv" are continued ; a new serial
by (ieo. MacDonald, LL. I).. "Weighed
and wanting, is commenced, and I
il.nm .in. cl,n .,....:... .I-..I..J.... H
",V,U,V '"'. .',' : Rl-,,-"l-i' 'i.i
ossavsbv distincuishe.1 writers. The I
poems pteisess great merit, and severa
are beautifully illustrated. The in
11.11.111. 1.-, w iiii.n, .iiiiiiiuun i, uniei-
Liming and inirn,-rivo Th.m nro .
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besides, those interesting features.
"Editorial Comments," "Religious
Farts and Fancies," "The Collection
Basket," "Obituary Notices," etc.. etc..
so that as recards the variety and ex
cellence of the contents tlie Sunday
Maoazise may challenge comparison
With the best of Its Contemporaries'.
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The price Of a sincle number is 25 Ct '
the annual subscription, 3. postpaid
Addre.-, Frank Llie, 5.1, 55 and 57
Park Place, New York City.
A great disideratum in the prepar
ation of medicine is that it should be
palatable without Josinc its efficacy. 1
This is the case with Pickly Ash Bit-
mc .in.! l.iiirr .rrailoil u ri")i,.i rrl c I
their cathartic properties, they are
better adapted for ireneral use than'
any other similar article. A trial will
convince tne most skeptical.
To Sell or Rent.
A farm on Louisa creek, 5 miles i
from .Red Cloud; containin; 160 acres,
90 improved, good new frame house,
well' cf good water, wagon sheds.
hogpens and-stable, property of Wal- j
ter C. Wade- Call on J. M. StoddarrF
on the premises, or address him at
Red Cloud, Neb. 23-t-4
one year's growth from seed'. ?roni
one to one a half feet high, sent tb-any
address on receipt of price. These
Walnut? will make fence posts in four
or five years. If not in good growing
condition when received they may he
returned and money vrill be "refunded.
Price, 75 cents a hundred, cash
must accompany orders.
Address, C. W. Fuller,
Grantviilc F. 0., Joffereon Co., Kaa.
addrc.cd to Charto W. Spnncer. Count? ait. I
rnfrmnrtritifiri fnr tht is lulin .hanl I Km
Kd Cloud .b. Correajxjn leer i tainted
from any on on dacationaJ tuple.
Acknowledgehig th kiuduens of
the editor of the Chief, we Wcui this
week, an educational department in
mc K.)iiuuuu wi wills itfvi. Ait i-T :
very kindly offered to eive this col-
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j uiiin uj wie uiscuMuxi 01 topii'd per-
tainini; to school work and we trust
it will be carried on for the benefit of
education in Web-terc ountv Corres-'
, . . . ,.. t
pondence from teaclier-, rclund ofheers
and others is invited. Iuquines of
general mtere.-t to the public w ill be an-'
swereil. rrom time to time aticea-1
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tions and decisions ot the stale
. i hi . . ,
Miporilltendeilt Will be pllbllstied.
Di-cuion of theory and practice.
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tieat methiKis, reports ot school work,
exaimnatioiis Ac, will find a place
, ,, iii i
here, tioner.u school news, and re-
port,, will from time to time be given
leacher.-. this column ls laruelv for
your benefit, we hope ou will show
c . ". ,
our aiireciation of it by .ettiug u
bear from voii often.
TO aOloOl. OI FICEK.
The time for holding the annual
j district meetings i clo-e at hand
Much of the work of the vear dep'iid-
I .i i -.i r ii .,ii
upon the faithfunucs of the labor
done by di-triet officers for the uett
month The census i- to be taken bv
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the director within ten dav proviou-
t. tl... ,......,..1 ,i;-i, ..;.... T, .
- .1.I1...11. nii.-viiii. a iii-
director is aNo to call tho mooting on
the firt Monday of April, by giving
notice fifteen days previous. Tho
stilifiiUsinn of thi iinotiiiii ii vviio
. , . i i -i i- ,
honus lor the hlintting of a School'
l.,.w.. , ,..vt ... I... ;....!. ..I...I :.. ,,...
....... .o ...,,. vu ..i. iu.iui t.w in iiiv
transaction of btich other liuhint'4."
in notice of regular meeting, because
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it tloci not lawfully Come before it.
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the director must doliter to the oun
tv Superintendent his report for tho
pnnt year, upon the blank recently
sent to him, from this office. We
trust the director- will send us the re
ports for the winter schools promptly
Most of the schools hae closed ami
but Very feW reports baC bcOll Jre-
c...t,l ..j .. .
Seiltetl as Ot.
The Tri.:.stirr.r must fit , l.n.i.1 ..f
not le.-s than live hundred dollars
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within ten days alter his election, and
if he fails to do this, his office shall bo
vacant and the board shall appoint a
troahurer. The bond is to be approv
ed by the director and moderator ami
filed III the ofhee of the colllltv clerk. I Niceu hi-eby riven that by virtue of a
,. , ,, , , I Chittel Mortgage dated the 1Mb dy of July
I lie treasurer should IlOt be allowed to . ivni.nml duly filed in tin oihre of the count
draw money from the county treasury I jJS''1.cT;cc:;:Xyke.t,w,
until he has filed his bond. lt.J;;
School Law, page 31. Sec. 4, note.J I uihw winch there i tn.w Iii" the turn ..f !,
... ' ilundrtd i.ii I Mtrrii 51l--' d-dl.r- ai-d in-
Anothor matter ol "roat importance teret from the l-un dn .f iuiv ii. at i ter
i to the district is the m.tkiii-' and de-'
j iw iwu in imi i- im- iii.oviii,, .him in.
livering the certificates of tax levied
. . ..
in the district to the countv Superin-
. i . . fi i " i .
. tendent and county Clerk. Owing to
an ineflicicncv of blanks at the time
.in niLiiiiiiiii ui wi..nn.-) i un, lll,IL
of sending them out, onlv one baa
heen sent to the director. If voti d
not reecho another. ln not Jail tn ffml
lilttnk properly filial to the County
Clerk not later than the first Monday
iu June, and send a written copy to
the county Superintendent. By neg
lecting thi.s, great inconvenience and
j much trouble may occur.
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Most of the wmier schools have t
Six applicants for certificates were
examined at Ouide Rock, on laat ex
Mr. C. L. Pope closed a very suc
cessful term of school in District No
I, last week. With 52 pupils crowded
into about 36 seats, he has notwith- J o January I-J filed o pennon in the above
I name.l eourt ogaint the abore mined delen
StandillJI this, had most excellent -v- i.lant. theobirrt and prijer of which i f-.r a
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We have boon pleaded and surprised
to sec the improvement made this
winter in our schools composed
almost entirely of Herman pupils.
ome who could not speak a word ot !
English six months ago, arc now read-1
ing in the First and Second Readers,
Dmitri Ttrnttiprs; innnnnco till -m-
,f,n,u.n r" announce .tin an ,
nniun nroiners announce stiu :ii'-j: ,;,!,.;;, ". V i. v ",''
.1 1 . ..' "iaiit. tn objeet an I prayer of whieh ! for a
other important reduction in rate ot , decree to forecio.e a keii Ktate M'i'ii
interest on time loans. Stnnijht nine' wide ry nj iefen lim t aid cUintff. on
. 1 -j . j ti" . !,'" " ec. 12 in towrt i north an 1 raage
percent nnniutl interest. Call at the 9 WM. olD ,. M , ,sil w,b."er .qntr
,. 1 11 1-
Bank and leave your application.
KOTICS TO TZACH23S.
Notice 11 hereby given, that I will eiatBlnt
all peraoct who may de-irr to offer tbeinielvei
t candidates or tearhei of the prtmary or
common school cf WtW;n county, at Ited
. .1 . .v. r ... w. ...!.-. .. .k -,k. .
1 .tru.ry. ar Aogun and November At
lUiUSI, ! erl MML aue.u ww , m
" UUI on the firt satuDlay in the month, ol
'U M&xV&Sxll mout'ti
tch. June, sjer-tembrr aid December.
Examination) tn cun.u.enre at 3 o'clock a. -County
Puperioteadett of I'ubltc Intruetion.
A full line of State Journal Co'g.,
Blanks (the ptand.trd blanks of the
state) are always kept for -ale at the I
Chief office, and at the same price-
that thev are sold at in Lincoln and
Omaha. The following is a partial list
of blanks on hand:
i oe. oi -vitomej,
Bills of Sale.
Quit Claim Dceus.
Summons foriginalj, '
Summons f cony!. J
Order of Attachment, ,
.-.v...... w. ....-. . rt.,
Assignmetit of Mortgage,
Notice of Constable-Sale,
!.'oa of Mortzase.-
Aureement fr Warranty Deed.
Complaint to keep tbe Peaca
tc. etc., c
And most all kiodc of blaai ucsd by
- - -F,naI Proof "ot,cos-
Land "'See t Uiiiniintn Jt. A2rch 11 11.
Nonce u hcrfbj cirn ths: the fr.llict
nameu ei;:er ou aim notice o! an oteaujc
to roak leal proof lc mpror: ?f hi dux. a 1 I
that laid proof will be tnid before CJ.ru or
I 01 ! Hioi.r.T
H'd entry So. t!l tr the l , too. 21 toa o
rLcr Vw He ma ttr f!l")rij i!n-e t
iro bn euctincuu r iJ-c ui- a. rvl . li
Tktioo of iil lio 1. .!.thi ltrnker. Juhn
u . , , ., . .. , k .. - r. 7
KttgtrU IotMfd Vip. Mcalsi.a Ilrtx ;i v (
. -.7'4ia s, ivrfcrr
tn.vK4r.etI C wiriT'L'U IT -
Lnd iSc t Ulooruinrton Nrb . frb .21. ls"i
Notice i hereSr nin tht ihr !.!! mr-
i nAClrti ttflrr hiL. !!! rrtir ,( Kn ,.-...
' ""keausi pr.-ot in vjnrt oi ir an.t
that ii.l i-roof ill be mJ- f. rr !.tk. f
Dt.trlet ourt at neJ cijuU Neb . oa at jrJn
A;"' Uu 1Ji "!, .w wrr.
'j N,",- -' ,h' oc'., 24 ,VWB ,n r5"
-w le mmt" ta !liil3r Wit3irr to
fro"' hieinticujui tr-.Jrt.ee urM ai -uti
i Tti)D ot ..)! Ucil. Tit. Jaa.es Mcltuih. !.Ur
i u-Tuttle. Hr-n r. IVk.-aulMiio w ft:
I I of Wrlls .Veb.
, m-rmarJO A W.SWITZKK K..-..!-r.
" " "
I.aad Office at 111 ii.'altta "rt Feb. !.. ;s.
. ... . . ........
; otlee ! h'frfct j-en tht th t .. .-
tnni -ettler h sieln-ti-e i b- inm:.. n
to make SnI -r-if in uMirt of bi claiu. mu 1
eeerr SnaimtM ther.f. brfore 't cirrk f
t -jUl 15a- Mt- n , ,,
i II "1 en:ry NToi ..nV ,,m,,.(.',f ,', !
D'l 'w1, i!r',rc i wti o r.nr- l''w. v ,
dmum iir ! il did nrMr-1 Mir in e. a- '
t ttnunu rrnji i.fr uin and ui:t ation of .ij
Und hi V iu iin i n-ui-b. Lorrrio I. Ihoti.a.
Ilentr t.Crjwt Td. I urn ltr.1. 1 f luw.r.
" i'ob- .
fetilbinarl'j S W S ITZKU. I'.euter.
Notice of Vlllnpo Eloction.
Notice hert-br siren thit n Tue-diy tii
f,h day f Apr'l nni! at the '. urt II i-r id t be
Vitucvof km :.ud an lertn.n -u bf hria
l' r c'raV, ,
continue open until r ..vi..ck i. m . it .u.,t Ut
I Daii hatrj and rrank It. ,umj hie b-m ,
' chom a cl.r'. and lj.n . llani-). J.bn
' V, "' ' .'.ei ci .i. jU ., , ,u
( r.iecoon. uy ordrr 1 1 ;o.inl I I ru-!rrv
1attk, Marfh rh j1;""" - "'""j. Clerk
Notlc cfAppl:ca:::a f:r License.
Oil Frlirr and Couipanr of Ili-d 'l.u 1 Vb
harinK Sled with the t Irrk .. i.I Villjt. tbfir '
application and i rtilnxi unlrr the provii.ns !
"'rd. No JL praitifurli en., tn.ell .,r.t- ,
uou. vinnus iinii milt 1 qiion in ssnd Vi!u-
J J';fbe next tnumc,.,! ,r
I Notice is hereby iin tht the IS-anl of
' 'Irutees batedeinfiiau-J i-in-i tnu u: at 7
o'clock p ui . at 'heir rciculjr pUro ..t mrrtu
t a the time and place : t.ik.t- icti"n un
-aid apphcat. i u-.d for the lu-iri - ..f all tn-
, uH.nnratirte. ,...cctii.i. an.l I i .t...t. Lirh
iuJ bo Cled with the Clerk p.-i r to .ld date.
liy orucrut iiil .! Iruiler
l. wt C. lUaLiy. Clerk.
Dated March l.'.th IMZ. S2 .11
I'.S LAND OFFICE.
Uloominctu.n N.. Feb. J7. li$i j
h-"vin hern entered -it thu ew by j.,hn w
' Ir.lfill Mv.t.t.t tlkH K...r. ..( M. l I....
deeeaer-l. Ir abandoninir lirr llfine.le'a-l Knlri
: :0- M' 1'irl March r.th 1"'. upon tb-
..uth-l-.t ', ..f n-rth wet and rt i,
!ith-w,t '.ertioii .1) tnnn.htp 1 n-rh ra.rn.-e
IS Heit. in ebflrr Miuuty Nebraska Mith a
' T,ew to the cancellation atd mtr. the iid
I p.irtic." ate hereby ummoncl t appeir at thin
I I'&ce.m the vnh da . ,pni lvj. at one
i i) cioCK p. in., to re.punit am! lurriKti tejtluior.y
concerning uia allivc.I nln iDniuen'
s. iV switiiu. Kcistcr.
It. W. .Moktoomibt. Keceoer. 3I-.15
2Joti:e cf Sale Under Chattel Herbage.
U'"u l'rr ttU.nuiD- ',p;-ul' ., rs bien u,.io m
tin. pjjinent of a.iu uui. Ihere'ore I will rell
I thrpn.pertv dcnbe,i therein. t..it-
- fea Deon c-lven. I red livmn bull I
iiii.-nlii-old 1 red Devon heiier. one fanning
i nill One 3 rclmn b.irrow. I ne Milkv plow
i ;orr make,. M) leet gaU.nue.i iron m e ,.ne
!r,ci "''' . iumi.e.r rcneimr k
, (mi. at public auct-ou ut (lovcrton. W cur
tunty.Neu.. on iiio J'tn da t .Warch ins
' at one o'clock p. in.
li. LoHRlRU. Jr.
Hy S. s. Dow hit Agent.
In the Dintrtc Uotirtuf th'.thJ'i lieUI Du
trict lauuid fur Wobtter Couuty Nebratku.
! Josrrn K.HniKg
-tffne QhirVt Defendent
will take notice tht on the 13th d iv of Febru
.iry 10. I'l.tinliS' herein Ge. bi petition in
the Duri -t Court o( Wixter ount .Nebrika
.lieili't ."ltd Delendelit. the objert .ind pr.t)er
fif wbirb t. fr. .iKl.in ! lpi.n i.T il . i .i.a .... tK.
irround 'if derrn .n fur ui-..-e tnan three yvt
You are rrnuire I to an.irrr ,,. ntition on
"r beior-! the !rl lay of pril 11-.'
-jy-t 5 J..n-n K iihi,.
Hy W. H .-THi.Nu. I i Attorney.
Male of Nebraska.)
Webs-er ''ounty. i
In thi District Court
thereof of the Fifth Iudiet.il Distort
The Iowa Loan (- rrut '.tnpany I'l'tfT.)
Janipe Flett. Iferid int.
The above named defendant will take nntiee
th-t the abo'-e n.itne.1 pi nntifTo'. the 1 tth dy
nets rrnuirrd to armrr mill tietition on tbe
LTtth day of March. H2
low-, Loin t-Trut Company.
J5-1-5 B it. Solicitors. Bttt Jfc Hoa v.
Htate of Nebraska. 1
VTeUf ter County. J
tt,,rMfrif ,he Finh j4ici i,,t,iet.
Elm B- Kce-LTru,trce. Pl'tff. i
Stephen Newman aad Jane.V Notice of Suit.
Newman. Deft I
j The above named defen lant will take notice
j that the above named plaint i!T on the 16th dy
i nonary i-i;. in e i nil. potion in tne aoav
n,rae" "urt againt the abive named d,fea-
4,,,,,, th, objePt ,,, r,verof whi'h i. for a
Said dfenHn'l 2.rr- farther n..ttfi4 tK.f fb e
are reqoi-ed to ar.jwer aald petition on the 20tL
d.y of March IMi
Klis IJ. Run. Tntee.
2rVt-S Ey hi Sjliciton. IUttt A Kick.
Forest Trees, - Fruit Trees.
BROOM CORN SEED.
Cottonwood, Ah, Elm, Soft Mr pie
and many other Forest Tree Seed
A Choice lot of California Evergreen
Broom Corn Seed
At SI. 50 per Bushel.
For Sale by,
I W CRAMER,
Money To Loan
Qn Real E-ute. m Wrr-rer ar.d xd-
Scarcn Warrant, joining counties at the ery iK-t rate
' It will ii.v,- etTV fanner who thinks ot
rrro-Aintr monej. to ?ec rne b-i"rr-
making arrangeraents witn an v other
o oipene to the U.rrower no
tedious delav no dealing with ea.ter.n
parties no 'application fee. reonus or
commission no f-: for makinr or
recording papers or takintr ackiHl-
t-fljemenw no aavnce or serm-an-
nu.tl interest, and no interest until
money is actually in hand.
Call upon or address
K. A. Srvr-sos.
3tf Loan Broker. Blue Hill. Neb.
I have purchased the fractional t sec
oi jajiu tayinp wiween rkie? jlCM'.l:
and the river. And tbrj tjublic
j ber.hy notif ed not to cat inr tirr ber
oa-tae anie. .i. s. JIc-Nrn.
Bbsley & Pehjkixs,
AND WINDMILLS A S1M-C1 A LT V.
BF-I.KY A ITFTK1N-
Chicago Lumber Yard:
Red Cloud, IVTcbraska.
yard ?onihFHOin - ! i v k-Mirn mi.i- MM.varr.
' .. , , ,
Keep COlle t.i!iU "nl.""i
Wi:ulv". I. me. lit
I j ,
'8 - 5
Davis Sewing kmw
sol 1) HY
MITCHELL & MORIIART,
Red Cloiul, - - Xcl)i':isk:i.
III! Ill -1 M M HIM. IN 1 -I
AND DON"!' YOl" l-'OIK.'KT 1 I'.
RED CLOUD -
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY. THK ItKSI' IN Till: MAKKIIV AND
tULl AT HIE LuWIvSr 1'ltICIi
Go To W.
Staple Fajjy G ro fr i es,
TOBAC3C5Q & 1G APvS
IN TOW N AI.-m
Choice Nuts. Fruits. & Confections.
jarFrwh Fruits and Voc tab's S .' I .i -ui..-
CLOSING OUT SALE
FOR THK NhXT SIXTY DAYS.
NEW YORK CLOTHING AND
That they arc Selling Clothing, Drv-Goods,
Boots 5c Shoe?, flats 6c Caps, Trunk,
Valices, and Furnishing Goods,
Cheap lor Cash, to make
We also find thern guilty
Of Selling MORK Goods, and CHKAPHR,
Than any other House in the
And SUITS Fox- lYTen, Yout and
Children at low Prices.
It will pay you to Gall, and Examine before
you buy Elsewhere and get the Advantage of
Their LOW PRICES.
H os en fell al B jo s
,. . . v . , , . , . . , t i' t
ks, i in war.-., bakb
..in ! 1
V -.'. H)
5c LR1-TS, Proprietors
SAII, DOORS KIlMrt ,tr,
J ON' liS 5c MAGKli
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-j. A. , 1 i
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