The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, April 11, 1884, Image 4

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THE LARGEST
The Red Cloud Chief
All Are Invited !
Mrs. S. R. McBride,
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A.C. HOSMER, - - Proprietor
FRIDAY. APRIL r 1884.
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COWLES.
Mr. Editor, you need not be sur
prised at the sudden demise of myself
and isrotlier "law," as we have oiten,
under the dire displejiaure of tiiat lazy
man.
I will try and keep cool till the Btorm
blows over ; if it does, and I remain
unhurt you may expect to hear from
me again.
This part of the county appears to
be well adapted to stock raising. Tho
first we notice are Messrs. Moore &
Gardner, cattle men. They have a
fine herd of about 150 head. Mr. Shel
don has a fine drove of sheep and cat
tlev He says that it pays to handle
eheep in this country, and judging
from the number that are engaged in
it it does pay big.
Mr. Charles Husson and also Win.
Arnold are engaged extensively in the
sheep business.
Mr. Wells is in the dairy business ;
also, Mr. G. W. Frances, who combines
farming, dairying, and hog raising on
his farm. It is needless to add that
these men are prospering and are well
pleased-with Nebraska. Ekami.
ELM CREEK.
Farmers' have been sowing large
erpps of small grain. There will not
be many acres of broken ground lay
ing idle this season.
Wo would advise every farmer to let
the prairie grass stay on his farm, and
not burn it oil' because it makes a nice
fire. We think if the farmers would
Btop and consider the benefit there is
in letting the grass be, there would not
be so much burned. We believe that
every foot land that is not under culti
vation had a heavy coat of grass lay
ing on it, we would not have so much
liot wind. We all know that the ground
is dry and hot. I proved this when I
was a boy, and went in my bare feet,
for when I was walking along the
road it was so hot it would burn my
feet, while on either side in the grass
it was cool and nice. One of our neigh
bors, the other day put out fire and let
it run where it pleased, so it run across
his wheat stubble and burnt his straw
stack. We don't know how much other
damage it did. We have a law against
starting fires, and if the law was en
forced there would be less accidents
with fire.
Squire Ward, of Cowles, is putting
up office in Cowles. Esaws Dreams.
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HERE AND THERE.
My first stop on Wednesday was at
Cowles. We found the beautiful em
bryo city quiet, with "Boss" Ward
holding supreme sway over the des
tines ot the future metropolis of Web
ster county. Checkers appear to be
the only game in which the good peo
ple of Cowles are interested. Going
north-east three miles we next stop
ped at the home of Messrs, l'lUnam &
Crosbv, and found good old Mother
Crosby enjoying some relief from her
old disease, dropsy, having recently
submitted to an operation performed
by Dr. Smith, of Guide Rock. Every
thing abeut this farm bears evidence
of the thrift and enterprise for which
these gentlemen are known. We here
met Miss Putnam, a teacher of twelve
years experience, now employed in
the Red Cloud schools, enjoying a va
cation visiting her brother and si&ters.
Thedistrict board of Cowles are anx
ious to secure the services of Miss Put
nam for the next ten months. Five
miles east brought us to the new post
office of Berne, where we met thelpost
master, Captain Blaine happy and con
tented as ever. In this neighborhood
we found good old father Orr suffering
with a temporary illness, with all his
neighbors expressing their hopes that
he would speedily recover. During
Wednesday night we partook of tho
hospitality of David M earns and fam
ily. While speaking of this neighbor
hood we would say that for good peo
ple it excclls an' place we were ever
in, and we know this from experience,
for we have recently passed some few
months of our life there. We next
had the pleasure of a little chat with
the Emighs. These genial gentlemen
are. doing a fine stock business, and
their large, well-kept, and commodious
buildings remind ns of old homes in
the East. James T. Emigh informed
us that he was going east soon to im
port a herd of 300 blooded cattle. Al
though our friend is large and portly,
he is a man that walks a mile in eight
minutes. He is go-a-head-it-ive, and
we are glad to note his success. Mr.
Harrison Rimdell, one mile north of
Emighs", has recently located and will
purely soon succeed in making a fine
farm and home, for he is a worker, and
withall a genial and pleasant gentle
man. We found Mr. Sheldon four
miles north of Cowles, very earnestly
endeavoring to get his new house com
pleted '"to-get a place to store bis fam
ily." Mr. Hassan, of the firm of Has
san Bros., sheep raisers, north of
Cowles, met us with that whole souled
countenance for which he is noted.
This firm are prosperous and happy
of course. Mr. Mallick and Mr. Hiil
have recently rented farms near Has
san Bros., for a term of five years, and
are well pleased with theirlocations
and are determined to succeed. Over
Friday night we were pleasantly enter
tained at the home of Mr. M.E Sharp,
who about four months ago bought
and moved on to the farm owned by
Mr. Reed, Batin, P. O. Mr. S. is a
quiet earnest gentleman, and already
has one of the very comfortable houses
of this county. Your space, I pre
sume, will not admit of further notes
this week, and I will therefore close by
remarking that fin my rambles this
week. I everywhere met with expres
sions of confidence for the coming
6eajson among the farmers.
J. P. WATERS.
For Sale. Sheriff Warren has ten
or twelve horse and mules which he
rriRhRii to disnose of. Parties desiring
?.i buv cither will do well to call
on
To Examine;
THE
Large Stock !
OF
MEN'S
YOUTHS'
AND
BOYS'
Clothing,
Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps,
Furnishing Goods
And the Finest Line
of -3
Ladies',
Misses',
Children's
Shoes
AT
The Golden
As an Extra Induce
ment we ofler
Every Purchaser
of$15,$10and$5
a chance to win
$20, $10 and$5
In goods such as he may
want to Select. Prize to "be
Drawn July 1, 1884.
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State Bank Block.
Money refunded if the
goods are not found as
represented on examination.
Eagle
WIENER
LEADime
HAVING
The Largest ! The Leading !
And the Oldest Established
g'S:'i?JS'
Millinery store in
New
Largest Assortment in the city !
PRICES
Opposite Chicago Lumber Yard.
Agent for Butter icXk's 'Patterns.
S. R. McBRIDE.
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DEALER IN
OrvBoods and Press Soods
Calicoes, Ginghams, Muslins, Hamburgs,
Laces, Notions, Hosiery, Ribbons, Etc.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Always keep onjirnd ajfull and complete line of the above ;oods, and will .sell them
CHEAP FS CASH
AH uoods guaranteed as represented or money refunded. C.i I and examine her stock before
b " before on buy. Opposite State Hank.
KOAD NOTICE.
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TATE OF XKIIKASK A. "WHISTER COl'X IV.
lo nil to whom it may concern: me emu-
niHsionir appointed to iew ami rcp;. uj-ou
a certain line of mads prayed for in a cer.aiii
petition duly signed, presented ami hied wit.i
theeountv clerk of said county, as follows, to
wit: "ThiMunleiMpied ask that a public road,
commencim: at the north-west corner of tue
south half I'.tof section eiu'lit i8 town number
one (1) K nine t) west, and ruutiim: thence one
south alotiK the line of said half section to the
south-west cnrneiSthereof. thence smith on the
section line dtxidintr section seu-ntceii ill) and
eighteen ilsi town one (t) K nine 1:0 and tirniin
atuurat the Republican River in said county be
vacated." has reported faorably to the aca
tion of said line of ual as prayed tor in saitl peti
tion, and all objtcioiis thereto or elamii tor
damages must be tiled in the county el -rks of
fice oil or before noon of the 2th ilay of April,
A. I. IS -I. or-iieli road will be vaunted without
reference then to.
Red Cloud. Xeb., April 1. IS'l.
aprJ-iw d.;i. Rayha. Couty Clerk.
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FINAL l'IU)0F NOTICE.
Land Oniee. Brooiiiinton. X?b.. March II. ISM.
XTOTICK IS IIERKitV OIVEX THAT THE
11 follow iiitMiatncd settler lun filed notice of
his intention to make Dual pi oof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the cleik of the District Court of Webster
county. :it Red Cioud, Nebraska, on Saturday
April L'li, 1881, viz.:
.1 A.M KS'AXDERSOX,
on'homestead entry Xo. WXi. for tliesmith-ent
Mr section -jo, township :. north of R 11 west. He
names the following witnes-es t prove his con
tinuous resilience upon, and eiiitivatiou ot said
laud, I.: Huns Hansen, Christen .Icspcr.-oit,
lels'Soretison, Christian cilson. all ot Jieti
Cloud. Xeb. S. AV. SW1TZEK. KeKi.-tcA
iurai-apr23.
Kcpublica:H County Convention.
The republican electers of Webster county
Neb., are requested to,mcet at the tisual plnci
for holdiuj' elections in the se end 'precincts on
Saturday, April 1!, 181, for the purpose of elect
ing delegates to the republican county conveii j
t'.on to be held at the cqurt house in Red C'lou.i, ,
Neb.. Monday, April 'Jl, lS8I,.at 11 o'clock-;., in.,
for the purei m ' -'leeting 8 delegates to the
republican state convei.t.u.. t ; t Lincoln.
Neb., May 1, S$i, and also to select dekB.. es to
the district.conveiition tf the Sid Concessional
District should one be called, for the purpose oft
S"Iect4iiK - lclegatcs to represent said district in
the Republican National Convention, to be held
at Chicago, June ::, 1831. t
Tlie s-everal precincts are entltled.tothe follow
In;; representation basel on the vote cast for
Indue Reese at the last general idection. j-'ivini:
one delegate at large to each precinct, and one
delegate for every " totes ami major fraction
tl.eieof: I
lted Cloud 1
ttuide Kock
Stillwoter.
Oak Creek
Potsdam
Elm Creek
I'loacjint Hill
AV. II. stittuiiM,
Secretary.
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" llarmouy
I Inavale
3 Walnut Cree
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Ch'u County Itcp. Com.
ILLENER !
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Goods,
THE LOWEST T
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The Celebrated Stallion I
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COLONEL
Will niako the season of 1SS4, coin
niciiciti: April 15, :is follow." .-
On Mondays and Tiictdnys nt
Cowles ; Wednesday; and Thtird:iy.M
tit II. A. Watson's staples, llvd C!uud ;
and on Fridays and "atnrdaysat Sa
liin's barn, at Guide Hock.
DESCRIPTION.
OOI.OXKL is seventoen hands liich,
a ht-uutiful dark bay. weight 1750 lbs.,
and is lour year old, i- a IVrelieron
Norriiiin and Morgan stock. J'edirfe
will bo furnished on aj-niiration to us.
TKKMrf. $10 to insure a mare with
eolt.
Will take bet care to prevent accident.-,
but will not be responsible
if any occur. Rasski: Ui:o., owners.
(. L. Frazier, manager.
(!eo. O. Yeiser. K. D. Yeiser.
Ceo. O. Yeiser & Co.,
Heal Mi I imm Agents
UKD (CL0n), EIi.
No. .V-tsO:icrc-. toi jhtc under fence and 8.1
aeice- iiiider t tiltlvatioii. Coo,! I'm story hou-ic;
barn with stone basi-bnnt. .T-j-ifi; ruuniug water
on place; a line -lock lann.
No. T UJiacies.a'j nele-from Rfil cloud. 3."
acre-fenced, I'm acres under cultivation. Very
cheap.
No. 5." -Slacri's smooth land, ft) acres under
cuititation. Due mile from school house. s.
No. . liu acres 7 mile- ftnm town; 00 acres
under cuIti:itio:i; line farm for .n"j).
No. in- :w acres near Cowle.-; well Iiujirored
and line land, for sjile cr clie.ip.
No. li iKtacnx. L"; ic.ile- from town; .".nacres
fenced: .V. acres under cultivation; running
water, frame hou-e. barn. etc. "Wry desirable.
14 10a acre-. S miles from Red Cloud; nnming
water: tine farm: cheap and on ea.-y terms.
Ii- l-ine farm of ir-oaeres. ("nacre- under cul
tivation, abundance of fruit apples. jH-aclies,
grapes, cherries, and small trt.it; very desirable,
ami chcan.
Corrt'spondoncesii
Ofllce of Coiuniishinnpr of Public Landx
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"O.Mike scnv::rrL-Kii;KU. i.kssi:k of
se sv ami lot r in nesiv secHou 1, tl. i, j; t
v; ami in. .iooiiv. lessee m se se se-iiou ji,
township I, It in w ; and .laiacs Wilbcrts. lessee
of nesw and nweseition-i'i. toun-ipip 1. It 10
v; ami K. I!. Iloseltiuc. leasee of no se section Sii
to-t.-iis!:!') 1. U 10 w: and Wiley Haldwin. lessee
ot ne iiw section -,7. toMishiii', i; to w; and dco.
Ol lie ll ftlMM .t, l"i II-ni.., ... , till
II. .Springe. le.-see of v hf nv section' l'J.
Sliip-I, U 11 w; and .1. W. i:uii, ksaee of
in wu-
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section Ii. towes iln I. K l-i w
You will take notice that ;our contracts of
lease with the state of Nebraska are delinquent
for more I han sK months, and that if all pay
ments due thereon are not paid as provided by
law, vnur said contracts will be forfeited a pro
vided by Section 'jo, paa'e 311. session laws of
lsKt. A. O. KkxiAM.,
Commissioner of Public I-iuds and Buildings
A ff.lMiiceive free. a costly box of i;oods which
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T, will help all, of either sex, to more moiwy riht
"Z wavthau any thinS eNe in this world. For
".. :,une- awnit tlie workers ab-olutely. At once al-
dres TntK CO., Augusta, Jiame.
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ILLIHERY
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The most complete line of
Fm Millinery !
Ever before displayed in Red Cloud. Over 150
different shapes in Hats, including all the nov- 1
e ties. ln Laces, Feathers, Flowers and Orna
ments, an immense assortment.
J. A. FOWLER.
First Door North First
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Groceries. a - Groceries
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Groceries. J
rrovisions,
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isattslnction
Maryatt & Co..
DEALERS IN
Jewelry,
Watches
Vi-! 1 TTOTTI7Q "P A
Plain Rings,
Spectacles.
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
We keep everything in the Jewelry
line.. Repairing of every de
scription promptly done..
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Canned Fruits,
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Cigars, EtcK;
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Clocks
Platedware,
Fancy Rings
Castors, etc.
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