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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1882)
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(Saccetsora to Hmml Omthtr.)
At LOWEST Prices.
Our large stock of new
Goods will be marked
C0XS1279SSE VSAZ7D GET SASffAXKS.
EALEY & LETSON,
ItEIJ CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
nl the Store of
KED CLOtTIr - NEBRASKA.
A large Bforlc of Gernwntown Wool,
Zejdiyr nntl Stocking Yarn, always
SUMMER DRE& GOODS, LAWNS
AND PERCALES IN GREAT
TOYS for Are- Children amf Ever--tfnuX
clue you necilrnt
Wishcw to inform the public that ho
V, prrp.in:il to do all work in his line
promptly and in a Workman-like
PLOW WORK A SPECIALTY.
Shop north of Mitchell & Morhart's
Store, KkijCloitd, Nun.
MSTT A KUT.L USE OF FANCY
ALBO A FIHST CLASS
Ice Cream Parlor,
Where yon can always
get a nice dish of- Ice Cream during
A uhnrc of the public patronage is
jwpectfully bolu-itctl. First door
south of.Mitehwll & Morhart's.
Rkd Cuoi'dj - - Neukaska.
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
A DBaLIB nr
M full supply of
LAMPS LAMP SHADES,. WICKS,
$5fS BRUSHES AC.
Patronage sulititad aad IhanVfally raeesrsi.
a-Preritin cacefolly oompoandedfVa.
One door south of Garbcr's store,
RED CLOU; NEB.
R. L. TIISI K.MJ&
(Sacaaorto G.Ai Btww)
(VIm always en kaad ami tnmawLoa rtett
U'rfie. l'rice aa om arany ! taa V'aHay.
ficpairinx- of all kind dona praaptly ami
lUuial Be) fonushed. at awBonabk
f.EIXGLOULV- - - - NEB.
J. L MILLER.
HABXESS, COLLARS; SfcDlLML
' raiKS, C05IBS, MUSHM.
AaI ercrythrmr usually kept in a in
TWO DOOM 'XOTTH OF IW BAK.
TOTItSDA Y.JUNE 15, 1882.
An-tal sai Btpartirt sf Trait m ths
Est t ward FaJser !-..
ffeaward Aeenaj. lsre.
."JS p. as.
..9: 00 a.m.
.9-.V) a. a.
.4 JO p.m.
Kaatward Pamni er leaM j -
" arrirr 1KB P.m.
leaYca 4JS w.
arriree 10-.16 p. m.
Train Dally eieept Kaaday.
A. CAMratLL. Aw t Bap t
Lota of Boot & Shoes nt
J. G. Totter'h.
Sweet potato plants for sale, at
Clothing and Hats cheap at
J. G. Potter's.
Roots fc Shoes will le sold cheap for
cult at, J. G. Potter's.
Cah for E-s, Ruttcr, Poultry, Raps
and Old Iron, at the New Produce
Tlie new brick school house will
soon ic completed.
Improved farms and raw land for
sale bv Simpson fc Swcczev of Blue
The W. C. T. U. will meet at Mrs.
E. B. Warner's on Thursday next at
4 p. m.
The soldier's ro-union At Grand
Island this coming fall promises to be
a grand affair.
Catll and see the stock and prices of
Boots and hhocs before purchasing
elsewhere, at J. G. Potter's.
Tho Chief has received an even
dozen new subscribers in the lost few
days, and s.till they come.
Fon Sale: A few stands of Italian
bees. Enquire at Marsh's store, Rcl
Cloud, Neb. W. II. Ballard.
Fresh strawberries received every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
evening, at Fitxam's.
Last Saturday was an unusually
dull day in town, for a Saturday. The
farmers were tending their corn.
Farm loans made hv Simpson it
Swocroy of Blue Hill Ncl., easy terms
and money in three da3s from appli
cation. Farmers complain that Ihcy can
not get as good price for their hogs in
Red Cloud as they can at Guido Rock
or Blue Hill.
If yon wish a good article, try the
Red Cloud Mills, Patent Flour, also
tho Red Rose, which is the best in tho
City for the price.
Smith Brothers announce still an
other important reduction in rate of
interest on time loam. Strninht ninr.
prr r)it nnnutU inlwrjtt. Call at the
Bank and leave vour application.
Wo are not sure but the pauper
business of this county needs looking
into, and the Chief will probably give
the matter some attention at an early
Rev. Q. C. Todd, will preach at tho
Congregational church next Sabbath
morning and evening. A lecture may
be expected Saturday at 3 o'clock p.
m., and communion on Sabbath after
the close of the Sunday school.
The town council has passed an or
dinance prohibiting the throwing of
old paper on the streets. It is a good
ordinance and should bo rigidly en-
lorccn. iviany a o:iu accident is
caused by horses scaring at paper
blowing about on tho street.
The ladies Mission Socioty of the
Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church of Red
Cloud, Nebraska, will hold their Quar
terly meeting with appropriate exer
cises at tho Court House on Saturday
evening next, Juno 17, 18S2. Tho
public is cordially invited to attend.
We desire to manifest our apprecia
tion of tho kindness of the friends, in
waiting upon Mr. Mitchell during his
sickness. We arc sincerely thankful
for the assistance of the people
Anna L. Mitchell.
Call on Simpson &Swcczey of Blue
Hill, Neb., and get terms and prices
before buying land or making a loan
on your farm.
The B. & M. R. R. known as tho
'un...i:i ... 'tr t i
viiiiiiiKiuiijnuiuv uuurs special ad
vantages to travelers. See thicr
advertisement in this paper.
rXaro purchased the fractional I sec.
faftand laying betwctK Peter McNitt's
anu the river. Jm (tie public is
hercl.ynotilicdmjtf to cut r.nv timlcr
on the sains: M. B. jfefirr.
Ta Buttar Makara.
Wo sell Butter and Ashton
salt, and jpay the' highest eaan price
tor uutter & Efcgs. 4.
ORMSBV. & SlCCKESON.
500 fori ZU ia 1st Ckai. Xnmd
LiTsxyuAFMiitrx jSm mamuais,
Urns ts nit jMcisssr. CsH at sr d-
40-U IU Cist. Vaa.
$50,000 To Loan
vn au cm eennrv. at o Mr
. i.i nA..
veuu, unuai iiuercu o . commiK.
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Sfions. at TIlA Wl:tr Onimtf n.i.
A UOfrhi. afmttf.
Ladles prefer Floreston Cologne be
cansa tbsiv. fiul Uus lasting mmb!i.-
vm- Urn wartK rsmc wOimimm 4bat no
ptmy caa -eajoy texiplwitaiitgaay aa-.
roandincs if m-aad fccakh. Tevare re
hundreds of aainarable people eoiac
about to-day wHfc, disotdered stomach.
liver 'or kvmepssjmhe a aeltle of
PWavarjGiager.Toaic would da tbem
more good than all the aiedtcwe th
Iiavcever. tried.r j. "
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Strawberries are getting cheatter in
Rer. E. Middle-ton has gone to Tcnn
syh'ania to reside.
Mr. McPhereon purchased the three
old school houses for $399.
C. H. Potter will go to UurrOak,
Iowa, next Monday to vtit relatives.
Mrs. W. II. Ludlow lias tltc thanks
of the Chief outfit for a nice Loquct
left on our table last week.
Albright & Strohm have leased their
livery barn to a Mr. McPhersori, who
will put in a good livery stack.
Mr. Watkins, tho Harcules of Blue
Hill, and editor of the Timn at that
place, was a caller at the Chief office
Tire ladies aid society will meet at
the Parsonage on Friday the 16th.
AH the ladies are desired to be present
as there is business to be done.
T. M. Gray, the brakeman who had
his hand cut off while coupling cars
.omc time ago, has been given a posi
tion as watchman in the B. & M.
yards at Denver, and left for that
place the first of the week.
The editor of the Argit offers to
donate the county $25 to help carry
on a law suit. This striken us as
being rather a "thin" oiler, consider
ing the circumstances. Had we re
ceived $500 of the county funds, as a
gift, wo would scorn to offer the piti
ful sum of $25. Make it a hundred,
can't you? then you will have a clean
Ed. Chief: Please allow me
through your coIuiih to give brief and
simple expression to the heart-felt
gratitude, words can never fully ex
press, for the gift of a token of esteem
for my deceased husband, presented
Decoration Day, and alluded to in the
last issued of your paper. God must,
I never adequately can reward the
contributors. Elizaiiktii Kaley.
We see by our exchanges that Win.
F. Cody 'Buffalo Bill," of North
Platte, was roblied in Denver lost
week of $8,000 in money and jewelry
because he did not securely lock his
room door. From what we know of
the gentleman we should judge that
he was robbed Itecausc, in the mysteri
ous ways of providence and the rulings
of "Hoylc," four of a kind beats a
W. A. McKeighan addressed a large
audience of farrnes at Revo's school
house in Stillwater precinct, June 3d.
The subject handled was monopoly
and the farmer's rights, and tho nd
drcss was well received by tho audi
ence. A resolution was unanimously
passed in reference to the two Red
Cloud papers, which was so flattering
to the Chief that modesty forbids our
Maple Grova Farm.
Webster Co., Neil
Mr. Ed. A few lines from Lino
precinct may interest some of
readers of your valuable Chief.
The rainy weather and the past few
warm days have brought out the
farmers and cultivators in mass, and
plowing corn is now the order of the
day. Crops of every kind are looking
line and there never was a more flat
ering prospect than at present, our
flax looks exceedingly well and prom
ises 15 bushel to tho acre. The farm
ers are well pleased with the prospect.
In behalf of the farmers alliance, I
wouiu, say (as a lew larmers are a
little prejudiced against the move
ment,) we as members of the farmers
alliance ask nothing but what is just,
right and lawful, and all we wish to do
by uniting is to put such men into
our legislatures as will make laws that
will give the farmer equal rights with
other classes, and to force monopolies,
raiilroads and corporate bodies to do
as the law directs. We wish it dis
tinctly understood that we arc not op
posed to railroads, bankers, merchants
and mechanics (as has leen reported,)
but believe wo could not very well get
along without cither, and on the other
hand they could not get along without
the farmer. But wo don't want to pay
dividends on watered stock that
amount to 17 per cenL on investment
to any R. R. Co., or monopoly while
the farmer receives but 3 per cenL on
A word to the- half-witted blather
skite of the Arffwit. He has said a
great deal about tho. damage done by
the Alliance. Keep on old "stub and
twist" you have done us no harm yet,
but a great deal of good, as there has
been 12 Alliance's organised in this
county since yoa began to 'toot vour
horn," and still they come. The
Arrn man spoke about the Chief
man wanting office. There is ane
thing certain, if the Arrpu man don't
get an office before the fall campaign
is- over there will be a third -class
funeral in Red Cloud, sure. Try and
giVr !mv an office, if oaly ckrk of
electfbn orassisMht aaaster of the dog
We-rctmd''hn7of wlcon to ail
farmers to join us in a aaovesacat thaf
is bound to win and put the tanners
on eqnal footing witH aaer classes.
We arc drifting iata ceattaJuaUkar as
fast as the wheels of tiaaecaav cany us.-
Look where Ireland is to-day; how far
will we be behind her- in ve moreia'we "Rustic's" letter did not appear
ycars, if we follow the diatations of
cither of the old parties. Cut loose roro4
old party lines aad vote for such roen-
as will assist yoa and make' lawv to
benefit the fknuer as well as the raoH
" All tbasa wiskiafr infbnaatton Te
gardiiig Alliance, please address J.
Jtsarrow, S-rststa AlBaace, Matrajr,
XebA or to David Waxdwooa, Sec
atiowd Alliaaea, 1S5 4 157, Daar
IfaraSamCUtJlfc. Wkk best
.witaes,. ' D.'S. Urnvnac
P.. attar anaabais. alaasa 1st
lrJaoyJaWaitaaisailaiM of aad
diaate A11iaaca,iii Webster
Jted Caotidf P.O. aax 17.
Bloom ivoro Neb., June 12, 1852
PatcnU as follows for lands in Web
ster County, have been filctl this day
John Q. Holllrook, Joseph Polnicky,
Christian T. Bakkc. Cia. Tt. Arnold,
Hans Lolifson, William Arnold,
Joseph W. Acree, Adolphus C. Bn,
Margaret Morrow. Egbert Taylor,
Frattx Barta, George Tinuell.
S. W. SwrrzEK. Register.
Ed. Chief: -I sec in the Chief of
the 8th inst, that ".SuhcrilHrr" wants
more light on the Farmers' Alliance
subject. I think if he would open his
eyes a little he would gtt more light
on the subject, it u just as easy a
falling off a log. In the tlrsfplacc the
Farmers' Alliance U not a rccrct so
ciety, it costs only 10 cts. to Itecome a
member, they want a letter prie for
their produce, they want cheajxjr
freight, they ant to elect officers that
will not sell out, they want officers
that will stand to the rack hay or no
hay, their motto, the greatest good to
the greatest number. They want fair
I agree with "Subscriber" on the
license as far as he goes. I would ak
the people of Webster county if they
want their children educated by
money got by giving license to sell
poison to their neighbors. If it is a
crime to sell poison to your neighbors,
it is a crime to give license to sell it.
Now this is pretty plain talk, but my
opinion is they are stubborn facts.
If "SuliHcribcr" wants moro light, he
can subscribe for some anti-monopoly
paper. You can get tho Omaha Ike
the rest of the year for 50 cts., or The
Vfopk't Adinaitc at Hebron, Neb.,
eight weeks for ten cent). C. C. C.
Ed. Chief. It would do you good to
ride up in this country and see the
fine prospects for crois.
Corn is a little backward, but the
prospect for wheat, rye and oats was
never better. There arc some chinch
bugs but if this weather continues a
little longer we don't antidote any
The city dads of Wells met on last
Saturday and perfected plans for a
grand celebration the Fourth, to be
held in the grove near by.
Plain View Sunday school is better
than ever this summer. Mr. Hansen
has agreed to bring bis organ every
Sunday which is a great benefit to
Two large gray wolves have Wen
prowling around in this vicinity tho
past six weeks, can't Ex-Gen. Kcuney
come up and vanquish them.
We can just beat D. S. HelvemV
sec. 32 all over, up this way. Hero is
a sample, sec. 29 town 4 range II.
The nw owned by Joseph Graves, has
on tho following erop : Rye 52 acres;
Corn, 35; Hax, 22; Brooincorn; 3;
Barley 5; Millet 3, Sorghum 5J. On
the nc J. Howard has in 35 acres of
corn, Spring wheat 35, Fall wheat 10,
Potatoes 4, Millet 5. On the scj C.
Bcctow has 35 acres of Fall wheat 10
Corn 40. On the swi Charley RoIIhoii
has in corn 40 acres, Spring wheat
40, Oats 8. Thero are other sections
here with more acres in crops but not
quite such a variety.
Light frosts here on the morning of
the 3d and 4th, but done no damage.
Mr. Butler is nil right again, we
think that dose would make anybody
sick. The sight is enough for us.
Householder says he will show girls
with any one in tho county; the fifth
one arrived last week and was taken
in and kindly cared for, it weighed yj
Miss Delia Eck who came here in
April, from New Jersey, started back
last Monday to the bedside of her sick
mother, she was well pleased with
Nebraska, and thinks she will be back.
Plain- View, Neb., June 12, 1882.
En. Chief: As our letter did not get
there in time hist week, we send in
We arc glad to hear J. C A. has got
over his busy spell and is able again
for news, hope he will not Ihj so busy
again, for we aro really getting behind
John McCallum makes room at his
table for another plate, its a ten pound
The livery and feed stable at Wells,
bnrned down hut Wednesday. Cause,
pipe and tobacco. No insurance.
The grumblers said first, the chinch
bugs were going to take the wheat,
now the rust. What next ?
Everybody is busy plowing corn,
but J. C A., who is. looking up items
for his next.
Joe Graves' rye measures six feet
fire inches. Who can beat it ?
Miss Sarah Moore is going to visit
her rather ia Leadville.
The Sunday school saperintendant
at Wells, ia Mr. J. M. West, Mrs.
More ram- Friday and Saturday,
warm and cfoody to day. Hie potato
caop is -an assured fact.
Everybody was dissappointed be-
Ail the rage at Wells bow a base
ball,", five full nines, first, Second,
JavenuVavClot&ioppers and Eareka'e.
Jt C Bust has the nicest laid out
Kftxrods around bis isaidenec, in the
Pkl Vje Airkt last rear misad
over H,00O'Lwhd of wacat, hatsaes
TlureirtaT&cfwed&tie; in kigh1
KfekerrseoQ hick up isvasan.
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Red Ctjovtt Nrn., June 10th, 1&S2.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment, Present, H. Seveii, arM J.
K. Smith cOTnmtiMcutrs, J. P. flay ha,
The foflowaf accounts were audited
and allowed ami warrants ordered to
le drawn uti General fund fur the
Chas. W. Springer, services Co.
Supt. $111 00
Chas. W. Springer, puUigo 4 95
" scr'ces Co. Supt, 30 00
J. K. AulU. b'ld. chimnev. C. II. 23 2S
:i J. W. Warren, sheriff fee,
J. P. Bay ha, Co. clerk, furniture,
W. H. Strohm, making of two
Ball. Cover fc Co., gras seed,
M. S. Marsh, boarding prisoner,
M. W. Bird, witncM fee,
John McCallum, rpccUl road
J. IL Wilcox, expense to Lincoln
on Dutin ca.e, 3 50
F. R. Gump J P., poor bill, 73 7 1
ICatuA Leuon, " " 16 07
The follow claims for road districts
were auditel anl allowed and war
rants ordered to In drawn on road
fund for amounts.
Geo. Proudfit t Co., lumber for
R. I). No. 20. $20 SI
C. P. Norris, nails for R. D. No.
John S. Marsh, bridge material
for R. I). No. 1. 14 Gl
Claims of ovezccrs of higwaya ap
proved as follows:
Daniel Cook, services overseer, $25 50
Win. J. Wright " " 27 00
John S. Straitan " " 19 50
The official londs of the following
officers were approved :
Richard A. Turner, assessor of Line
precinct. William J. Turner, J. P. of
Line prccint. Perry Norris, overseer
highway. R. I). No. 20.
The following appointments per
petition ami by request were made :
H. W. Ross, overseer II. IL D. No. 30.
Lewis Barr, " " " " 28.
John Simpson, " " " " 27.
E. Peters, " " " " 8.
Official bond of H. W. Ross, overseer
highways, IL D. No. 30 was presented
Board of county Com'rs ordered
that the county treasurer pay to road
district No. 29 their proportion of
taxes collected for R. D. No. 9 for
Petition presented asking for ap
pointment of clerks and juducs of
election for Garfield precinct. County
commissioners say clerks and judges
of election may be elected on morning
of election, to fill vacancies.
County clerk instructed to purchase
a seal for the county treasurer's use.
Adjourned. II. Stevenson,
J. P. Bayha, J. E. Smith,
125 Assorted Naadlas for 25 Cants.
From the largest darner to the
smallest Cambiii Made of the finest
.Silver Spring Steel, very elastic, in
temper, will stand all kinds of sewing.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Send 2." cts., in cash or" pos
tage s'amps and get a package. To
9-35-3ni Pkukin.s it Mitchell.
Bed Cloud, Nebraska.
7 Per Cent. Money to Loan ?
Money to prove up with on final re
ceipt, or on deeded land at 7 per cent.,
and 1-62 per cent. commi.sion, or at
straight 9 per cent, no roinmi-'-'ion.
Jno. IL Wii.irox.
Office next door to Chief office. 30ft
Guide Rock House,
J. It. SsllUX, Propr,
GUIDE ROCK, NEBRASKA.
This House has just been refitted ami
newly furnished throughout.
GOOD SAMPLE BOOM
for the accommodation of commercial
Money To Loan
On Real Estate, in Webster and ad
joining countirs at the verv bet rates.
It will pay every farmer wfio thinks of
liorrowing money, to sec me lcfore
making arrangements with any other
No expense to the borrower no
tedious delay no dealing with eastern
parties no application fee, lonus or
commission no fee for making or
recording papers or taking acknowl
edgements no advance or semi-annual
interest, and no interest until
monevis actually in hand.
Call upon or address
K. A. Suinsoy.
38tf Loan Broker. Blue Hill, Neb.
Naaraaka etunday Sohaal Asaacia-
Ofhce Cob. Setretakv.
Ke.ir.vcv, Xkil, April 1, 18JJ2,
The fifteenth annual state conven
tion will he held at Coin mbus, June
30, 21 and 22. The railroads extend
the courtesy of one and one-fourth
fare for the round trip to all attending
the convention, but the system of
selling return tickets uiKn presenta
tion of certificates of attendance ob
tained at the convention as heretofore
practiced has been discontinued, and
to secure tlie reduction of fare it is
now necessary to procure the certifi
cates frior to LEAvrxr. home. The
certificates are snpplied from the Gca
eral Ticket Office, to Uie Cor. Sx, of
the Association, to I by him filled
out and signed and distfflHtted npon
application to persons denring trt
attend the convention, before they
leave their homes. These certificates
mast be presented to the ticket agents
at the station named in theni. who
will sell the hca?- Excursion Ticket?
good for the round trip'at the special
rates mated. Application for these
certificate to be made to the Cor. Sec
H. B. Gilbert, Keamcv, Xet, stating
Basse of persons for whom" certificate-'
are desired and the name of the sta
tion at which they are to purchase
tickets to-attend the convention. Let
all applications be aaaoVby Jane 10 at
least, taat tae certtacataa aaajr be
receivssl by parties fn sxiplertiBte to
ac awaaat at tae open
at tae oeeniBtr sasauxi of
tba eowTeatiow. Write the ir and
tae statiesi-ruxLr, that ao'&nVtakes
OCOaf tOO'iaUa to be JCtitiaetL
Final Fraaf Hetlce.
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myljnali is. W SM I r2hK. Krtlfr.
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to make Sail proof la tj(urt olbi claim. n.
core flaal entry thrrr.U. txfui tha Cltrk f
District toart. in Htter rountr at bit oSSa
in KU ClouJ Nebratka on Saturday Juty l
Cm a n U Wm.
H'J No. 1015 (or the ' -1 town la ranre
raag lie. U nui the followlrc vttnrat
to lroTe hit rontiouou retiUccr uroa. aad
eultirtlon of tat-l lati'I u: John bora.
birtJM. Utlvaro. frank 1) t.aoaari aal rrrl
ItutDiarl all of Kol CloaJ. Ntb
jaal5juyl3 9. W. aWlTZKH. HUur.
Tba Stata of Nebratka. I
cutter CouDty. i
To any Genitalia of
aalvl County: ion are hereby commatnlixi to
tummon Aletaniler r. KexlJinc of taiJ Coaaty
anJ iUU and Mm Creek trrclnet. U appear
baforo rua CorrJon roar, a Jattiee f lk
leaB. s.t ni uAee in Kim Creak fraeint. Web-
atar cimnty. on the 2ml iy of Jnn I've, at 9
o'elock in tha forenoon of all ly. t antwer
tha action Abram Weill, lor a detuan! tint
bits on tramline tlot firo tMD dollar t-l
interMl tberetm (or on year, and two and blttl
ona hundrnltht (f;.i) dollar thrathlu li.
and Interrtt thereon fur thraa yeart. and w
ofthittuit. lou will laakedua raturn oi U4
writ on tb 2oJ Jar of June InSJ.
Witnca my banj tbi iTth Uay of Mar
46 C. Caow. Judlca of tba l
In tho mutter of the eLite of Auit
John I. Meyer having tile' in
Court his petition praying for tin ap
pointment of nu admidi.Htrator d the
said cotntalc. Notice is the.-vfore
given to all persons who may be Inter
ested, that I have set the Otli 5iy of
June A. I). 182 at one o'clock p. m.,
for hearing said petition. All i iW'rct
ed parties may appear on that lay and
Jno. R. Wilcox, County fudge.
Countv Court, Web-ter C., Neb.,
May I Till, 1SS2. 42-14
Taken up by the undursigicd living
three miles south of Wheatland pont
oflice, Wcbter county Ncjraska, on
May 5th 1SS2, the following stock,
One old ponv marc, dun color with
white stripe fn face and one white
hind foot. One jkmiv hori colt, dun
color, star in forehead am! right hind
foot white. One three yur old mare
dark bay, one d.nrk brotwi m.iro colt
one year old, white strips in face and
right hind foot white One dark
brown horse colt one yc.r old. white
spots on left hind foot.
The owner or owner1 of snid stock
an rcuuestcd to call, j rove property,
pay charges and takf the animals
aw'ay. I.. N Wato.x.
Wheatland, Welter Co., Neb.
4 1 -IS
Noliea U herar airrn that I will azamlnt
all pron who tar ile-irr (o offer Ihamielve
at eaudidatea l ttrhn of the primary r
cimtnon achools cf W'r county, al ttel
Cl'tail on tha Crit Saturday in tbo ro tiibi al
Tebruary. Jay oot anl XTewter. At
Blue lllll on the fint satrilay In tba wonlh ol
isnuarr. Arril. July anJ October. At OuIJa
Kcct ud tba Qirtt Satnrisy in tha inunthj el
ilarrh. Juoe. Sertatubri ai-l lecmbr.
EjaTaioalionf to conuieofe at Vo ulock a..
Ch4lk W. Fraiaoaa.
CoantyHoperintendant of Pablie Itntrartlaii.
Janafactared and for fala by M 8. Ballard.
RED CLOUD. XKBKASKA.
A cool refrehln raraaer drlnV. warraa tad
partly reeUb!e. Hawpl bottle on triaL
Til City Biair? fc Bnttirui
RKI) CLOUD; - NEBKAPKA,
IS WHKRR VOf CW C.VT
rrii Zrsai siit hza til Xizzti-ptlx
Datsit Tlair. mlajx es IxzL
And Fresh Oysters in their season.
aarOppoitc Poatoflicc-C 0-39
J. K. AULTZ
Pure Apple Cider always on Tap.
Country produce bought and sold.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
WANTED. Aiaaa -& m Ua
r-afaa Trajiae fr ti Wwtl 4ea4k
f akaearr t m aeittaai aaaasc ta Irrt is tas
writUa br kiamaalf. U fa aara iHartraS?;
rrxf. trinU-UaeklMi-iCaew- I
TarUHr md rsaatic wnna. anta taa aa!al
taarm tiat cretT wart it trae. A aaarratoaa
ar7aarraakirHraala4 acrt awaaf
ieal ralac T vateaM wiH a trtr ia4
far r thai atratraato f taaaaaat wa iar
waltaal U nmortuMm mtwt aael kara feevm
tamSaat aw tkc a)aaf taa vaaOarfal aaaa.
Taa wwr ajaas am j 'aaan wC aaaT tarrW
m araajiajaat taem ami marxaua mtmr an
alata enajHwIaaT aaaam aakaws t iH '.iacaJ
MMac itaanaajaatai aaaajr aja ulai
WU f tt a4 aJaajaaaaa.
-BTraTtSe a. raaaarttaaa aaa at
kife a raa4 aaiart Mar.
."ftja as .saala a. aaaB."-Wam'l
1 U mhmta atsry ia- aaaaaaV 4 at HM."
HARDWARE, StOVES, TINWARK, HARD
RedClcud, - " JVmmUu.
AND WINDMILLS A S 1 K C I A L T V.
AH work wrrantcl
Chicago Lumber Yard!
Rod Cloud. Itfobrooko.
YARD SOtTII OF HAMPTON'S ULACK.SMITH SHOP, ON MAIN ST,
Kctp cotuuntlv on hand an .xworfrncnf cf Itmlr Lath, SlihtKlM, Ikvwa,
Wimlons, Uitic, Hair. Crnirnt. 11t4-r. UuHdhjt pAr-r
Klc. Ktc Kt-
JTOHES & MACJ1SEI,
LUMDEK, LATH,8UlNaLES,SAHH, DOORS. P.LINna.v
RED CLOUD - NEBRA8KA
DUX LUMBER A SPECIALTY. TliK UFTT IX THE MAUKET AND
SOLD AT THE LOWEST PKICE.
Go TO W.
Staple Fancy Groceries,
TDBACCG) & CIDBAHS
IN TOWN. Al-H)
Choiee Nuts. Fruits & Confections.
"Frssh Fruits and Voctahl Sold mi Couniiion
ked crorn. NKH.
Davis Sewing Machine!
MITCHELL & MORIIART,
Reel Cloud, - - "N"ol5rnslvai.
THE IIEHT.MACHIM: IN fHK,
AND DON'T YOU FORGET IT.
All KIM- CK
H .&.:.gK h -b
ALWAYS 0H HAKD L
CASH PVII) FOto'ElTCATlLB.
Moshcr's old Stand
SPANOGLE ft FUNK.
HE. I DO UARTERH FOIt '
Two Doors South of Bank,
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
FROM ' -
Immense Stock of Dry Goods,
MAESH has Them. ':
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6c FRKKS, Proprietors,
JONES & MAGKK.
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Red Cloud, Neb,
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