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Abo Agtnt for
iir Oppoato Cuter OrHe.
F. D. Pariir, 8c Co.,
351 HALLADAT ST.,
Jata la '"ntry 1r x1b?. IIobm ftab
litaad ia '. Wa waka raaaUltr t p7ia
i fcr BUTTER.
OonavaeBifaAea Salieital. Iter I,
P. H. O'Connor,
Waolatala aad BUll DeaWr !n
ip, vie & mi
Alio, Sample Room for tbt accom
modation of the public.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Ee rare the tialew era ti? rotetts: faisi"
All kind of picture taken and aat
fafaclioti guaranteed. 46-tf
GIVE HIM A CALL.
GUIDE ROCK, NEBRASKA,
nt the Store of
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
Berlin Zephyrs, Midnight Zephyrs,
Saxony wool. Shetland wool. Shet
land Flojs, (Jcrniantown Wool
And Woolen Knifing Yarn
Hoods. Gluten", Children's
Coat Ac., Ac.,
ALL 0? our OWN MANUFACTURE.
A full line of
Also a hirjrc and splendid assortment
of TOYS and CHRISTMAS Gifts.
S. W. SEELY,
Choica Family Groceries,
Fruit a Specialty.
Butter and eprpjs taken in exchange.
Patronage solicited. Two doors north
Smith Bro.'u Bank.
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB.
Proprietor of th
City Drug Store.
Drugs a Medicines.
A full supply of
LAMPS, LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
COMBS BRUSHES AC.
Patronarc aolUfd nd thankfully receWed.
aFrecription carefullv compoiiti'!e":
I aUo aara a full and complete tock of school
looks, rtationery and photogrspb A loams.
RED CLOUD. - EB.
(Succsssor to G. A. Browa.)
C- fbt atway? e kand and tnnatnet oa short
itltiea. lrie a low n any in th ylle3T.
KepirUc of alt klads does promptly and
Burial Robce furnished at reasonable
RED CLOUD, ... KEB.
J. L- MILLER,
S Maauatly ka4 a ftl Lima rf
HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLES
.vuipX )MBS, BRUSHES
An everything utnall kept in sjat-
..:- ei shop.
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laaMni stall tnrirm - ?S. M.
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lair 0 - arrival - ls . as.
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An mU will ba elovl at taa hoars abfa.
rtaud. Oflca hoar from 7 i. n. U I p, B'
Mobs? Orirr osJea boar frora 7 a. at. to 7 p.
Galea boars on Suo-Jar 8 to 9 p. tn.
M. B. Mc.Nitt. T. M.
FRIDAY. JANUARY J2f 18S3.
M. L. THOMAS, - Local Editor
and Business Manager.
Local and Personal Affairs.
Fresh ovetcrs for sale nt Robv's.
The next congress convenes March
The town of Cowles U having a
L. Eauni will moe to Chicago in n
week or two.
Last Sunday was the coldest day of
the season, so far.
The county commissioners were in
session last Tuesday.
There was not many farmers in town
the first of the week.
It is said that (he almanacs for 1883
contain n new joke.
We predict that the coldest part of
the winter has already passed.
A fine stock of ladies calling cards
just received at the Chief oflicc.
Roby it selling choice winter apples
at 40 cents a peck $3,'J5 per. bbl.
A law puit involving tho "title" to an
old wagon was in progress at Gump's
court last Monday.
For Sale: 150 ton of German Mil
let, for sale bv Ira. Sleeper, Red Cloud
Any one wanting a good wind mill
on favorable terms will do well to call
nt this office.
Jacob Miller, the new commissioner,
had his first experience as a county
"dad" last Tuesday.
Before you buy- your clothing, boots
and hhoc.4, please call and see my lines
and get prices. ,7. G. Potter.
The Rev. Geo. O. Yciser will preach
next Sabbath morning and evening nt
the Congregational church.
A farm for sale or trade Will sell
on easy terms, or will trade for stock.
Inquire nt the Post office.
O. C. Case came up from the capital
last Friday and spent Saturday and
Sunday in the bosom of his "constitu
The Otoe Reservation land, south
of Beatrice, in Gage county, have
gone up in price from $3.50 per acre to
$15.00 and 20.00.
Denver and New Orleans coal, the
best in the world, for sale by Jones it
Magce's lumber company, R'ed Cloud.
Red Cloud will experience a building
boom next season that will surpass
anything of the kind ever witnessed in
J. G. Potter has just received the lar
gest stock of Overcoats in the citv,
which he will ell at tho lowest living
price. Call aud see them.
We know of a party who wants to
buy five loads of wood, green or dry.
and those having thcaiticlo for sale
would do well to consult us.
A regular old fashioned bob-sled was
seen on the streets last Monday. An
unusual sight for this country.
173 One Bosino:s Flaca
To lease on long time in Red Cloud
'heap. Inquire of C. II. Potter, ever
Mr. Geo. W. Hummel returned hist
week from a visit to his old stamping
ground in western Iowa. He is better
satisfied than ever to stay in Nebras
ka. Go to Jones fc Magce's Lumber Com
pany for your lumber and coal. They
are sole agents for Denver and New
Orleans coal, in Nebraska. t-f.
Rev. J. K. Harris will preach nt East
Inavale on Sabbath, January 14, nt 1 1
a. m. Also nt Red Cloud depot.old
ticket office, at 3 p. m. same day. Sab
bath school nt depot, 1 1-2 p. M. every
Go to John G. Potters and loot nt
his fine lajge stock of Overcoats, nnd
You will be sure to buy one to protect
you from the cold wintry blasts. ir
In order to close out my immense
stock of trunks and valicei it will be
largely to your interest to examine
my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
First class goods at bottom Price.
J. L. MlLLEK
lucfclen" Arnlc SalTe.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns-and nil akin eruptions, and pos
itively cures Tiles. It is guaranteed
to cive perfect satisfaction, or moner
refunded, Prico 25 cent per box.
20yl. Henry Coot.
Lost: On Wednesday of this week,
somewhere between Marsh's store and
the railroad; two shawls, one black
and red merino-, the other a plain
black shawl. The finder will be suita
bly rewarded by leaving them at tfce
Chief office. Win Richardson. 17-tf
Notice is hereby given that I irill
examine all persons who mav desire
to offer themselves as candidates for
teachers of the common school of Web
ster county, at my office in Red Cloud
I on the first Saturday of each month.
cjcsminauons io commence at 9 a. m.
Do not ask for special examinations.
County Superintendent of Public Inst.
AI1 persons knowing themselves in
debted to the firm ot Mitchell &, Mor
hart or the estate of Robert Mitohell,
deceased, will please call on R. B.
Fulton at the old stand, and adinst
said claims at once as they must posi
tively be closed without farther delay.
Mrs. Anna L. Mithil "
A number of onr ritfeenf will RO to
Lincoln next week to awisl (!) in the
election of an United States Senator.
Our "derir aayi that the mercury,
tat Sunday, wan 110 below zero, and
we don't think his majesty waa eo very
far out of the way.
Mr. Ed. Blott displayed hi artistic
skill in decorating the meat market
for tho hollidayn, that did great credit
to himaelf and wonderfully improved
the appearencc of the shop.
The ladies Aid Soeiety will meet at
the residence of Mm. John G. Potter
Friday afternoon of this week. A
good attendance of the members is de
sired, a8 there is upccinl business and
interesting work on hand.
The farmer of Adams county arc
agitating the question, "does it pay to
use com for fuel." If the editor of the
Argus wa called into the council he
would undoubtedly nay that by experi
ence he found that it did when some
body else furnished the corn.
The Sentinel, published at Oilcans,
Harlan county says: "Two tramps
stopped at the house of a lone widow
in Webster county, and one of them
went in to beg. Very soon he came
out with a bloody nose and black eye.
"Did you get anything. Jack?" "Yes,'
growled thesufTcrer, "I've got tho wid
We would advise all our render
who think of making a vegetable or
flower garden this, spring to send to D.
M. Ferry A Co., Detroit, Mich., and get
their valuable and beautifufSecd Man
ucl. The house is entirely reliable,
and if you wish to get exactly what
you order you cannot do better than
entrust your orders to them.
Some weeks ago the Omaha Repub
lican published an article from the St.
Paul Phonograph, In which E. E.
Rosewatcr, of the Omaha Bee, was
charged with being a rebel spy during
tho war. Rosewater sued manager
Yost and Fred Nye. of the Republican,
for criminal libel. He also commenced
civil action against them for ten thous
Last Tuesday morning a carpenter
t the depot lost Lis pocket book con
taining $310, tho saving of several
months. The samo was found by en
gineer William A. Tait, who upon
hearing of the loss promptly restored
both pocket book nnd money to the
gladdened owner with the admonition
to deposit his earnings in the bank in
the future. The owner should be
thankful that his lost property fell into
This from an exchange is good ad
vice "Vc have noticed that among
tho farmers who are most successful
and prosperous in Nebraska are those
who make it a poJnt to raic mixed
crops, put in nt the right season, well
cultivated, and harvested at the proper
time. This class of farmers generally
mix in with other things a few hog
and cattle, nnd we arc very certain we
are not mistaken in saying that strch
farmers arc generally happy and pros
perous." Pmu.ic Sale- Thero will be offered
at public sale at the sale stable former
ly owned by J. C. Warner on Saturday
Jany. 13, ISS3. The following property.
Two short horn Durham cows, full
blood. One half-blood Durham bull,
three years old. also six or seven bend
of young cows in calf. Sale to com
mence at I o'clock.
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between
Drs. J. M. Mocna and I. I). Dcniicy is
this day dissolved by mutual coiimmiL
Parties owing the firm will please come
forvvard'and settle thi'ir accounts wtih
the doctor employed in tho cae. '2-i Ui
Dated at Red Cloud, Neb. this 1st
day of January, 1SS3,
J. M. Mokka,
L. D. Deunev.
TERMS OF COURT.
FIFTH JUDICIAL IJISTRICT XER, FOR '83.
Pursuant to provisions of statue of
Nebraska, I hereby fix the time of
holding the regular terms of District
Court in and for a portion of the coun
ties comprising the 5th Judicial Dis
trict of Nebraska, for the year ISS3. as
Adams, Mar. 19, Juno 11, and Nov.
Buffalo, Apr. 3, June 19, nnd Nov. 8.
Chcvenne, April 9th, and Oct. 9.
Custer, Mav h
Dawson, Apr. 16,
Franklin, Mar. 12,
Furnas, .Tan v. 30,
Harlan, Feby. 27,
Hitchcock. Apr. 29,
Kearney, May 3,
Keith. Apr. II.
Lincoln, Apr. 12, " Nov. 1.
Phelps. Apr. 30, " Oct. 22.
Red Wi I lo w. Apr. 23, " Sept 20.
Sherman, Mav 7, " Oct. 15.
Webster, March 15, " Oct. 4.
William Gaslin, Jr., Judge.
Jany. 1, 18S3.
We have always maintained by pre
cept and example that editors are the
purest and best men in the world, and
now comes n story of Major John Ed
wards, tho irresponsible and somewhat
irascible editor of the Sedalia Dispatch
which shows that the fraternity is true
to the high standard wo lvave fitted for
it. Speaking of the surrender of
Frank Jnmcs, with which Major Ed
wards was identified, the JciTersou Citv
correspondent of the Herald report
Govenor Crittenden as saying-. "By
the change of a single word in the sur
render of Frank James, without effect
ing in the least the standing of that
man before the law, he conld have ta
ken to himself 10,00 ". All that was
necessary for him to have done when
he eutered Uiis office was to have said;
"Governor, this is Frank James. I
snrrenderhim to you," instead, of "he
'surrenders," and yet he would not
change that word. I asked him after
wards why he did not use language
that would have enabled me to have
paid the money over to him, and he
replied: "Governor I would not have
changed that word for 41,000,000." If
a preacher, doctor or lawyer had had
that chance, that $10,000 would hare
been yanked out of the gubernatorial
jeans in a red hot minute. The editor
is the cream of life. JovrncL
w.-n.cr.c.oou mm to - H
cful operation and wc expert a god j
report from them. Let our cbooM
n.f, fe.Wh.. ,rW rwalt.t
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young teacher?. If you ee anything
lluit you do not like, don't htae it j
through the neighborhood and brfort
the children, thus creating a prejudice ,
agiinst the teacher but go private! to
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grievences, and if they are juit and j
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reasonable you will find a quit way to
inninia viiit bi iinnnnfiriir nrivvni.
settle ail difficulties.
We expect a report from every
school in the county, nnd w shall
from time to time publish Mich items
regarding the tchool as wc think may
be of general interest to the patrons of
We hope our cotfnty teachers will
make it convenient to attend the Cen
tral Nebraska Teacher's A4ociation
which will be held at Red Chuid next
Saturday. Thh ii the fint tune that
our nctghlkor have projxed to make
us h visit, and let in give them a roy
al welcome to our town and our homes
Wc hope that our friends will l liber
al in opening their doors to our vic
tors and give the hospitality that wc
would !iL-i' if wo alituiM t'i tn 1l.i!fi.
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or any other central town. Prof. O C.
or any other central town. Prof. O C.
Hubbell of Ha,tinS-f president of the
aoc,ation and MU, Nettie Winter, of
juniaia, is me aecrciarv. uuue a
T .1 r j-x
number of Co. Superindents have ig
uificd their intention to be present, (re
sides high school teachers and others.
Sec the program in this column, aud
be sure to attend.
The Superintendent has during the
past year visited every tchool district
in the county, where a school has been
held, except ten, and the vacation for
the past two weeks was to allow him
ime to vhit them. The extreme
weather nnd storm have prevented his
doing so. He has however visited
school when the most of these teach
ers have been engaged, and knows the
qunlity of work done by them. Twelve
districts have been vititcd more than
once. The circulars have been sent
out, are intended to furnish the office
with information, concerning these
schools, at present, until he visits aj,ain,
which ho will do during the ycir to
It is taken for grnntcd that every in
telligent man knows that the county
Superintendent i not paid a salary
lie is paid for each day's work, and if
he does only one day's work, that U all
he gcte pay for. and if he is engaged
300 days, ho gets pay for thruc d'is. '
If there ho work in overseeing the
schools of a county, then it follows
that somebody niu.-t do that work. If
some other officer is made Superinten
dent ox-officio, as was the en.e with
the State Suporintundeiiey when the
state was organized, then that officer
doing the work, would of necessity
take time, pay his own expense, etc.
a5 the state Sojicrintcndcnt now docs
and would expect pay for hi services.
Experience has rhnwn that the work
of tho Superintendent is best done
when in the hands of n special officer,
elected for that purpose, aud when
there is nothing for such nn officer to
do, then will be time enough to talk
about abolishing the office.
Propria efihe! Centra! ITrirasia Teachcre
Associates, tola fcsld at E:d Clcui,
Jan. 13, '33
Opening address, I). Judnn. Ued
Cloud. American pro :rev-, C. C Helt
nirtn, Superior. Clas Recitation in
Geography, Mis Ella Putnam, Red
Unlets, Miss Minnie Kimball, Has
tings. Ways with Primary pupils.
Miss Nellie Winter, Juni.lta. School
Government, R. J. Ii.irr, Grand Island.
Those attending by rail should
write to the president at Hastings for
O. C. HumiF.i.i., President.
Nellie Winter, Scc'y.
It is to be hoped that every teacher
in the county and valley will be pres
ent. M.VKttiKn: By the Rev. Geo. O Yci
ser, on the 9th of January, ltt83. at
the reidcncc oft he bride's father,
John Fa bin Eq.. at Guide Rock.
Mr. John W. Hughes, and Miss
Mary E. Sabin, all of Guide Rock
We call attention to a valuable list
of books offered to agents by the Sun
Publishing company of St. Louis, ad
vertised eUewhere in this paper.
Rheumatism, disordered blood, gen
eral debility, and many chronic diseas
es pronounced incurable, arc often
cured bv Brown's Iron Bitters.
Overworked men nnd women, persons
of sedentary habits, and others whose
system needs recuperation, nerves
toned, and muscles strcugtheued,
should use Brown's Iron Bttters.
Messrs. Mosher. Moore & Ontcalt, at
tlie First National Bank, of Red Cloud,
will make vou the very best terms on
real estate loans. " 18-tf
HD ClCtrD liAilir.
Wlieat 60 & 65 cts.
Oats 23 cts.
Corn 20 cts.
Potatoes lo (S 50 cts.
Fat Cattle-3 00 3 30 per cwt.
FatHogs-t5 005 30
Eggs 22 cts.
Chickens $2 25 2 75 per dor.
Turkeys 7 ( 8 els per pound.
Notice is hercbv civen that M. J.
HafKravcs did on the 11th day of De
cember i8S2 file his apphcaUon pray
ing for a permit to sell liquors for rce
chamcal medical and chemical pur
poses in the village of Red Cloud Fri
day 29th, 1832 at 7 o'clock j M. at the
usual place oi meeting oesinHieu w
the time and place for the hearing' of
any objections, protests or remon
Euwnr C Hawtxx,
Gerk of board of Trastees.
A. Klia, ft 3-ver nM Adarm cwiniy
hov. raird M bmheU of com onsni
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Valpario ba had & decided immi
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'Hti nine nno utoouca jnwoun jackAri
Tiro tbfvw ro,,W the ection
hou.e ot Hader, Udort county, on
Ie ZltU, geltins: ay wiUi 3g0 b
JKn to ecMott foremen.
nwn r: .-... ,t, .t-:i" t i.
Columbus Dcmocrnl. Ml from the top
of the irenerv at a how there ajid
broke hi leg.
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The residence of Dr. C M. Sutlicf,
near Winner burned on the 25th
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doctor s library and ms'rumrnt. j - - w te 2 . it- ik
itcnoa h n Inmanra. Tle $150.CuO,M-t t4ct!u' !, Hn
to lj tcnt in rt'novoling the old Paw ! i? w Rlli,,w?,l,S5" A riTl1A n ."
nee school hou.e and wher building ! H! " -"ft-will
lir up bumcAa in the ficiutty jaltifc S.'W SwrTZBK, Rnn r
Rev. A. Drecr. fin.inci.tt agnt of j !-! Ota i iVioxrtnsi NV Jw z,i.
the Fntukhn neadvtnv, rautl t4t0 tn ! ?? lrk ri i tV Mi
three wrek-i to holp tile nehuol. Tlio 5 l?rrtt,Ur hY. IW -'wi,Vll4r '"
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A ten year old Snel eirl. name not
known, ; run nvr lv tlie ctr while
pl.i my in the Lincoln yanU on the "3t
tint, canned hor
Nate white, of Goper countv, n&
hunting rabbit on the i.lrxl. lit htard
the bullet roll in the barrel and put bi
lmiuI lo llti 'nUxx,.e , tcMcU J1"5
?2-UlTri-fi toSriiiL mll.e'tf
IhellanJ "J,t lhrUSh " "" f
nunilx-rof fifteen-Year-old lfv. in
Reward wore howling drunk on OhrUt
iiias. They could not buy the liquor
thciusclvrs Oil accolltiL nf llu'ii vntillt
but got some one who was old enough
io kiiow i.euer to get it tor iticiu.
MONEY f MONEY!
Sc7:ola ca itr:Tcd Jams is xcuth-
era l.'cbrxzia V. tho tery lest
r:cs cf isterert.
vt e can Hie attention ofnll Iesirmg
ucti nccomniotations, to the farm
which we are still offcrim: the best in-
... '..lrr uiMfi mt. I ulli f x ln nl tiil linL kii
diiceineuts to the public.
Thero U ab-tolutely no cost to our
customers. No fees for abstract title-
no fees for record nn: morta'es: no
f.i. fir t'llritu'-- jiiL-ii.iul..l.imu.i, ,...1
loan pauljHMt, "JmVr drafts Upon
. lisEr 'Ww",v"';"V '
which tlie wawra,irtr,Mjnu$t p.iv n h-
iiiinf in nriW-M ,.7.i tlw. ,i..r,.v- ,,.
count in oriHfrw get the uione. tul
an loans paiu in actual eiiMi, over our
counters without any deduction what
ever. In placing our loan-there t no te
dious delay in submitting application
to eaoterii parties, av our facilities are
-iirh that we can clo?e all gool loans
on short notice.
Wo are prepared to fill desirable t
out to the narties free ofeliKiife and
nifir,'4f iiiitnc r.iliirm.l f.t i.iit- .i,.f..,..
As to our promptness and fair deal
ing we refer to tiuwo with whom we
have placed loans (numbering nt pres
ent nearly six hundred.) ('all at our
office, or address us through the mail,
21 tf Simp-ov t .Swi:k7.v.
B'ue Hill, Nebraska.
Anson FowleO Dwirict Court of Y.Voiic r
CIarl- S. I.pa. .Wenlant.
will Inke nottre tbt on tho ith itar f .Innutrr.
A. J) HI. Atii Fmi i.lamttfT hrrein. B!l
Tier petejnti in th l'itrlrt v'irl of Wbitr
'naatr N-brjk t uiinii the rl-fn lint, ida nt-.
jcrt ami imiyrrof whirh Arc t f jrcrlmc crr-
titn innrtrice rxi e I t'jr tho t!rrnln to the
I'l.itntill. uiim lut naiibr' thr 3 in LlnpJt .,
sixteen Ul in tap tnwn r lllu. Ilitl. w
C'-nntr. Nlralia. to tfara tho t.avment.
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dan-. f..r th a.im ofn0 hiin.I'c-l nn.l .ixtr Hrf
.lollar. with imp rr.t at tm ,. Mnt n,r annain
fn.ni lite until nl.l. tzMher irUh th. om of
r ixtee'i iioiur ant fl'iy can - itrqi inrtd i)iii
ajt ifrfrtniii ! brjurf'it n not, an I lht ihtrc
I n-iw itup anu i n: nl nn i-l notn ant tanrt
cce thufutn ot SKViawl inorwt thrton from
tho Sili olJatm H. nl oil uit u aln tn
f.ric'oc accrt.iin othrr mortcare cx-utc I lijr
theilcomltrttt') Jir?hln in .rth opin J I
I ropcrJi- abore nien'i'inel ( eeurr th py-
fitrrit rl a crrta.n ..i!er j.roajiMrjr noli .IjI
itollarx lue twclrr tuootht after jle wi'ii Hlr
ct at terra i?r ci nt par ami itn nql cxcciti
is mi an-l u.irii n i 1 not the mm f.f 5.'0J0
i u are prepared in no iicsiraoiet ."iic i intcii ciuo wiai iu iw4ioirf i mm -v fNrtv
loan- at nine per cent, straight, will, no m; ; ;X j tj &nj
charge of any nature whatever. All ,P-u'i. c..l cnirr tbrTuf t.fr ftrt f Un r-t J.JJznt
p.ivmenis of interest ami iirmcipal i rourt in . utr ; a hi ra in i'i I
may be mudu at our buik, aud will W v,toa "-uaj? TiCJ'1" '" '" f5sN
jr-.ln.,5r."t.,K rron. ?S ,HMiUe.,r,! eZ-" ""ienormou otitlav would be di-atrou
f'fi ileor that ticfrut mt he ri Jirl to nr
-. i"i cruuiii (i i -j. - i.tiriii;i erji
thi? ai i ataou'it. or th it kji i p-cmum in r te
ol I to.itfy ttioa oanf fouuJ ilae Yuamo
required to atifer oil pititinn on : lciuie the
iu;h diy of Kcaruirr. A. U. IS"K.
f Vr Dilworth A :5uii;h. ber Atl'j.
ljtai January Cth 1SJO.
By virtue of an order of sale isued
out of the district court of the fifth ju
dicial ditricl in anil for WelMer coun
ty Neb., wherea upon a jmlijcfncnt
in an action wherein ilathew R. IJent
ly is l.iintitr-'nnd Edwin I. Crubb,
Catharine A. Grubb, Sullivan Savings
Institute of Clairmont, New Hhiii
shire, and the Grand Detour i'low
Company of Dixon Il'inoi". are defen
dents, I shall offer for -ale at puho
vendue at the c-.ist tloor of the court
house, in lied Cloud in said county,
that bein: the place where the last
term of said court was boSden on the
17th day of Febunry. 1S51, at 2 o'clock
a. M., the following described property
to-wit: The south-west quarter (1-4)
of section twenty two (22) townhip
three (3)n, ranjje ten (IU) west of the
sixth principal meridian, in said Web
ster county Nebraska. Given tinder
my hand this. 1th day of January,
1SS3. Joseph V. Warren.
Case A McNeny. Sheriff.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Cane-seat chairs renewed at low
rates. Upholsterins: done in first c1as
style. Call at Goitfnd i'anse, near the
gcrman tailors residence. 22-2t
7 Per Cent. Honey to Loan !
Monev to nrore un with on final r-
ccipt, or on deeded land at 7 per cent.,
and 1-62 per cent. ornmLvion. or at
straight 9 per cent, no commiion.
J no. R. Wnxcox.
Office next door to Chief office. 30ft
All kinds furs for which I srtll pay
Tsmi rv &Htrl-
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Not if It SrHy eta lHt l fllln
mrorti (trr ti SIJ ali of & UtcU-
to BiVe final t-roof (o taMrt f bt llm sl
tbv 1'1 prrvol wti K tnl brf )rk ef
t'htrlt ort W'rrCsl7 'eb-. en ur
Jay Ja&urrTth. IVi3 Hi
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Tbniu f lti t'lotj'i Neb
d?4t.3 S. W HWITZCK. l'.t.t.r
Ul,,,0GrM l!lwaliitn. Xib Dk H.ll
Nllc Ii lrfhr turn thai ll fJtowaf
nawplnfttlrrbaiflle.1 ootifa ! bi. intratUn !
I make final uriwf lnaif.ifl f M. Uw. .t. I
rill f ht lltt. t I
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Out 7o.. ou
AaturJar Janotrr 2,. UrtS. Hi
U tlllin V Sr,lll,
tl'tl lOl1! for tbr ouib-rl sfr of wlkif 10 J
tio ; nurtu rnr- I- rl llr ni lb iui
lolnc "iln'ii" to ltorv fai onllt.uu rl
dmrr 11(011 ir,i rultUaikan of rail land Hi.
Alien I Ajrr Jubn I' JMryir K. t Woutii
ami W Iit:n Wait". U l Inlr NrU.
li-rtTJJU S. W Stf;UKH. Itriucr.
La lit ISic at HlooiaUe-xi Nt. Vt. tl. IM3
ulic U liRrrb) ltco llial lb Iwllowlrs
lll'J3tJ f.r iU li''. n'i '. ab-1 t'i '.
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iLe fo'l. -ii. w'n orreM rnntltiuii
ifWrcfi ufruti f mi rt'iiuatinti K vj ucu tk
AtiJrer M ttarvix. Mrnr nnl!f. tnil
('Pl-ock anil Jobti L. Vane, alt ofiliI Kra
Neb. a. W.SrtllZl.K. KU,r.
Dcs. KJat I.
turoi ip'iraal fal lalttrr i'Bblteitift.
cnbrcc.nr tl" fnllnwinc ilaolarJ rk
I tvery-uay wyciopcoin ci n..,01 r,e-,
dfp taicOi lact ftr IWtffl rwrV a t rfn-t
Dxtitunrty l KTeryJay waola. R'O r(. '
Mormonlsm Unvollort, r tb Ltf jni
Vnft.orn of John l !- Illtrr of 1 -
lycanjy Irnm lt tlHJtothr rrt tlm. 'lh
irapluc arniuut ot thr tuonntaln iosio bm
crr. In w1rh I JO ron. tui(ti anJ cblUrtn
' Theatrical nnd Clrcu Llfo, r Sf.t
nt rh-Mic!. orr II i nn'i .". Iut Attn
Itrriwliat la miitfirot tl TtiMlf. lr
. u..i ?h tnecr- ... imi.t u
m,m'V m" W7 '" "?T KVt1 Ji
' 'nr: l?:lJnZ l . Icr'aoh. '
,B 3n-1 Int mItJ UtJi icraph.
Flno Pictorial Fnmlly Bibles, 2A I-
ItKtratKin "'! unit wool
JmxI trrje t Iir ajtt on ttiabr worVt.
Sl'-O r:r nion'li cuirjotetsl. CireaUr. frf.
SCs'riTaiUnxSG C3., St Lnis, lis.
Millions Civen Away.
Millions of bottk- of Dr. Klllj: s ew
discovery fr euimtitlptlOll, COllby
' trial bottle- of the larger size. '1 hi
to the proprietors, were it not for the
rare merits prc-ed by tb wondertul
medicine. Call at Henry Cook dni:
store ami get n trial InUiIo frtc, nd
try for yonrclf. It never fails to cure.
Never Clvo Up.
If you are s,lf,nng witn low anl de
pnied spirits, Jos of appetite, general
debility, disordered blmxl, weak on
btitutiou, headache, or any dijte of
a billiniH nature, hy nil mean" procure
a little of Electric Hitters You will
bo surprised to see the rapid improve,
ment that will follow; you will Ik? in
spired with nc life, strength nnd bc-
nviiy win return, pain nun nnery win
ce.i'-c, ami henceforth vou will njnire
in the pr.iie ofElettnc lhttcr. Hold
nt fifty cents a bottle by
ObtaiaM. r.stl alt otbrr Vsttt in th IT. 5.
Pattot 02f aUnJ4 ti for tao-lertc (
Onr o?if i o(.iiit tbe ltS- rtit Oalss.
and we en obuia pstcnts ta lt4 lis tka
th motf from Waihiasloo.
tend tajr! or diiot. tf arit at to pat
lUhiliir f'f of rbarr. -'-4 c fcikt ao
thn an!rl nbltin (MttaL
W't nttr hr-c, 'a ti jyaittr. ti &pt f
moaty rrJp-'J.Tten. avt tSrtl f tb U.
S. Pa!-uOa;e. Fur eircalar. 4ric. trw
ao-i reffreoert to actual ctusttla jvar a
r.xia or cjaetj. aidrns
C. A. SNOW A CO.,
tf OporiU Pata Ofite. Wajbitclva V. C
Has now Opened His Fall Stock of Goods, Consisting of
Dre96 goods and Dress Trimmings, Cloaks, Dolma
Ajsny shawls i
Clothing, Blankets, Bed Comforts,
Fiuiiishing Goods, Boots and Shoes.
Groceries, ptc. :
OISTE PRICE .AJND JUST AS LOW ASMON
EY CAJS" BUY THE GOODS S
I IsltaMP'A a aamaaal alamaawtsW aVsaaWeajak
JUNto IIIAiitfc LUMHtH U
UinfslUL LATtl.SttlNOLJBiUilH. PO0K3. BU?HX4
RED CLOUD - - NEBRASKA
PX LUMfcKfc A prKCTALTY.
OU AT Tit t:
GO TO W.
Staple $ Fancy Groceries,
IN TOWN ALSO
Choice KutSt Fruits. & Confections.
'Freeh Krults and VrstaWs Jf3W
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IfJOCD X TW!lfY BG APUfUP
WlllUCn O Clf IllK Ifl AUllillL
J. S. NOLL,
Eed Cloud. - 2STobvaska
THK nCSTMAClItXE IN K.
All Limit Of Urpalr on hainl COM
xuu Kijstx or
Util:, mnin k k
always um Hand ci
CAU 1'AlD FOR rATCATTI.1
Moshcr s old Stand
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ii e. mm v
Two Doors South of Bank,
-RTCT) OT.OtTD- - NlfllUlAKIwU
Louis Cook Manufacturing Ca.1?
THK LARGKST AND MWT COMI'LKTB IN THK tt!.
FULL :AlAriTY !. PKK UT RKU.
"THE standard vehigliiS'
Arc Mud nl The Wkii, Kmlinfftf
Brcwcstcr, Whitney, Copper and rimpkin
Side Bars, and Salidce or Monarch Triple
Tlie Crrtt Varieties of tjlf-.
Tho UnwiTwa And Three Hprwe I'hajion,
llic lindouif9t HarrTUcbr in the Market.
Styllah Carrwsrr. Four and Ht Vtnrt,
Canopy Top IUkft Iljarton. f , '
' T)e Jtret llntform HptnijS Wasooa,
liAil Hed and I'm m itnl U'jieon,
Uin son ir
J nrjrT r nr i.r.xrt Moirr. Do imx under jy rrurfHfno biy
,rte ent for our rtrcir of trtr arl once- VtnAe3txlv XtaA &
j Kem nilxr we make our o U ImwU, Tllfi 8AUVKN I'ATBNT. ft
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billXS : Wot uvj U'Ai: ' -r,-nr
-it- - oiror mo pniv-; r. rz7?m.r
rV Ht4.r IHir.trU C " i Ktt f,l-f TKtS TO Ai -
3rin:r:tA"tT.'S5s iw "vorat sc?t2.3M caso-s i Trt,K it
THK H15T 15 TItK MARXIST A,D
LO Wj2T rxiciL
JONES & MACEK.
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