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The Red C loud Chief
A. C.'.HOSWER -
Flower pots at Lindley's.
Wright's perfumes at Lindley's.
Mixed points of all cjlors at Lind-
FRIDAY. MAY 2. ISM.
Read the advertise men's.
We have them. Sraxokli: & Tusk.
Wm. Gates has returned from Chi
cago. Read Bingaman & Kirk's advertise
Board commissioners met May 1 .
Many land buvers are here looking
after 1 orations.
i Call and see the new goods at Mrs. ley's
JfcSTewhouseV. 36-4 I Check rower's of all kinds, A. A.
. j No time for an opening at the lead- Pope.
ing millinery store. a. H- Jameson, an out print, caueu
Mr. R. L. Tinker has ft fine line of on us Tuesday.
Mosher & Son, have had their meat
v ;.., r, .,., ;
1U kllliv I'l ll I'J'Uiinip
ing millinerv store
The Red Cloud Marble Work".
Mr. A. II. Brown, of Lincoln, called
car;et sweepers. Get one.
A few new breaking plows at Mor-
jhart & Fulton's for $16 each. 3G-tf
I All kinds of business is flourishing
in Red Cloud and Webster county.
d W K-iht and wife, of Inavale.
T 1- T I
r.. . ia meow nas mint turn a very J nmtle Us a pleasant call Saturday.
,e dw-S- For Sai.e.-G. W; Dow has a three
Mrs. Gov. G.vrrkr has arrived home!.,, ,,i ,.0,.,,.,r,..r f hi own
I make frr .-ale. Sltf
STi'DEitAKKR and Newton wagons at
Spanogle Sz Funk.-.
Mr. Visscher was in Bellville, Kan
sas, on la-t Saturday.
Several new houses have been
erected in the last ten days.
ji g..ii, spring wagons, etc., just re-;
For the latest news and market re
ports, see inside of The Chief.
Rev. Martisx's preached at the con-t-
gregational church last Sabbath.
' The teacher".- association will meet
of Guide Rock. Saturday, Muy 1U.
Lower ami lower. Price- where you
want them at Spanogle & Funk's.
Exi'REs- Me-e:iger Kin-ie lias mov
ed Mint his lately acquired residence.
C'iRN planter- and check-rower- he-
low led nvk at Spanogle & Fuulfs.
Mr. B. Ii. Burtis oJ Iowa, is visiting
Harrows for six and one half dol
lars. A. A. Pope.
R. V. Shirly went to Lincoln, Mon
day, on business.
No time for an opening at the lead
ing millinery store.
Mia. J. H. Ferman has been quite
! sick for the last few days.
The Star wagon Co. warrant their
wagon for five years, told by A. A.
Have you examined the fine line of
percale shirts at the Golden Eagle
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the res
idence of Mrs. 0. H. Maryatt, Wednes-
dny, at 2 p. ni.
j. 0. Chamrerlin sold to L. J. Haire
of ReanisViWe. Kansas, machinery for
the Reanisville cheese factory.
Look ! Boys' suits irom $2.50 u p,
Men's working suns $5-00 and up
wards at C. Vrner' Golden Eagle.
People wanting the bread wagon to
One day last week Mosher k Son,
bought the lot and building south of
The Chief office.
Cl'MMiNGS, th restaurant man, has
fitted up his store. He has made some
1 necessary improvement j.
May Day will be celebrated Saturday
Jiy the young people, who will
picnic en Mr. Fred Newhouse's farm.
All krmls of ladies' and children's
laces and neckwear at Mrs. New
house's. A full assortment: cheap for
i ca.-h. 36-4
T T VnrrT on1 nnr trnrlliv rnmilV
treasurer, Chas. Buselrow. sojJurned at ! 'V ' t"r u5e will leave orders at
., i j..: i. i......, ,.rw the bakerv. 2t A. Lauterbach.
me cajuiai uuiiuj; t-uc wwci jji. w vc.
will meet next Friday, May 9, at Mrs
Tire Ladies' Baptist Home Mission-
Summary of the annual report of the
at the lead-' on The CmEF thU Wl,,rk and m a" in" coum-v Priiiteiiui:iU of ebstcr
! terview with him we learned that lie county, to me nunc superimenueui
for the vear ending the first Monday
limber of children between the age
..--- . i . -
and Kansas. He will erect a building of live and twenty-one jears :
Standard planters for thirtvfive dol- 'proposed to open a lirst-class marble fort
j. p0 j yard, and prepare to carry on an ex- :n A
TiiEiadiessocietvoftheM.E.churchl'ensive business throughout Nebraska N
feet long, divided into tw6
This he will utilize far a Work
arv Society will meet at Mrs. S. Per- roora " :i B,"m luu"i' . :f . " ,. -
moved several men. ine buiiaing
kids', Tuesday. May 6th, at 2:30 p. m.
Mr. N. B. Downey an experienced
cheese maker from the east has arrived
and will take charge of Mr. Chamberlin's"
Indian creek cheese factory.
A firm who are closing Otit Sold a
Model mill for two dollars more' than I
will be built near Watson's livery sta
ble, on Fourth Avenue, and will be
finished about May 1 5 This his"trtu
tion will certainly be a great boom? for
Red Cloud as well as a great financial
success to Mr. Brown. No better point
could be secured or thought of for such
Read the new advei tisement of A. H.
April, 2:), 1S8 5, J. O. Chamberlin re
ceived COOlhs milk.Aiiril 20, 188-1, 2SW.
v-T.l t lit " I .
rn-nrotner. .i. w. minis m tluscitv. ! -p H. maker, auctioneer, sold a
Fred Sleeper lias returned from ' horse for Ed. Perkins, on Saturday,
Citieago. where he has been visiting. and a pony for Mr. A. Cumminge.
That new railroad. Breaking plows rjuti, brought good piccs.
at fiee trade price-by Spanogle it Funk j t,ik. jt. H. Brown, the marble man,
Brown, proprietor of the Red Cloud straws sb, w i Inch wax- the wind blown
o.U x-.,r.lw wbirb ,.,n 1ft found J 1-NK risK, llOIll i'
iuaiiMu wjo, . v.... - w -
in another column.
F. M. H. maker, auctioneer,
been engaged to take charge of the but
ter department of the Red Cloud
A free temperance entertainment
will be given at the Congregational
church, Tue-d.iy evening, May 6. All
Mt- ivi:n ;trtv-.n,.i i.n.t.ir ..rriv .'..:, i.: r. K. i..., ..i.,. T.. are cordially invited to aiienu.
-..-.j .-.... ....... ...... u.v.... ....- will move ins i.iiuii uuic .iviim. ...n.v, , - .
in! in this citv irom Ohio. l:u-t Saturdav. . ia. H- clil pM,?i- Mr I'huts house ! The Red Cloud cieamery shipped
The Plunkett Sister-, a well known i . ,.,.nip,l hv J . Ri,-kanls. one ,on aud !l q"'irter of butter on last
dramatic company will bold forth at The ladies should call and .-ee Mrs.
the court-house. May. 5th, 6th and 7th. ! Newhou-e's stock of new goods. A
This company comes highly recom-1 complete line of die-s goods, dry
mended ami wih give us a good enter- I oods. and in fact everything tnat tlte
tAinment. Ti-kets can be secured at I iaJie- could desire'. 36-4
CKkV. No e.tia charge for re-erved ! r H fi,mniu. formerlv engaged
nLr frr it finl floimml it ti rn;t T
make a profit. A. A. Pope. iin enterprise, as Red Cloud is so situ-
L. L. Feltham takes tins opporiunitv ted ih she c;in command trade for
to thank the Unknown donor for the I a rttthus of on hu,ulured fr tWO hundred
felegant Mav-dav gift left lor him at miIes- The Chief therefore congratu
,i; n;.. .1. v.,,-.i-t. vJ lutes Mr. Brown on his good judgment
.. 1 a in locating in Red Cloud, md hopes
The literr.rv socief will meet at the , that success will crown his efforts.
reidncfe of Mr. F. Newhouse, May
Total .....'. -- 3144
Whole number of children that at
tended school during the year.
Ferriales " llOo
Number of teachers
C. E. Dav's
in th abstract busines,weiitto Kansas
Friday. 2UO0 pounds went to Omaha
and tiie balance to Denver. This is
pretty good work.
There will be a public installation
of the oibcers of the Garfield Relief
Corps on May 3, at the court-hoouse
This will be a verr pleasant affair and
i all should be present.
What are our fuiks goine to do about
. a Fourth of Julv celebration? The
Commence promptly at eight o'clock,
standard time. Ella Putnam, Sec.
The Japanese Festival.
On Tuesday night the ladies of the
M. E. Church gave a grand Japanese
.Conl-.i Sherer ! festival, which was largely attended
and was one of the most novel festi
vals ever given in the city. The church
was nicely decorated with Oriental em
blems, etc.. and to all intent and pur-
Ea Putnam ' , .....;.. ne tha
I poses was u j;iu icpiBciiui.iu ui v..
Number of daysT talght by teachers.'
Number of graded schools..
Number of districts having
six months school or
Number having four or less -
lift II 81i
New school houses built...
Money in hands of county
treasurer, April 7, 1884...$
The editor's wife is under nV.iga- J C:;v this week, where he will piobably
lions to Mrs. T. C. Hacker lor a fine j engage in the s.une business, in the of
gtranium plant. I fice of the western land and property
'I'm' f,'lll.I." r'nriw itc til-nil tn .. r..Ji-i rurii .Qrifri'lTiO!l.
Fnend Hacker, the grocer, lor some j 'the.h: will be a public installation - of the people. We want to have
iU-hcioti- California honev. I of the oiiieers of Garfield Relief Corps ""Je lm -Vt':,y- , .,
.' A. J. Iomlinson" l-.is mint an incu-
at the court-hou-e, on the evening o'
! matter should begin to l evolve in the
Rep Cloud Lodge. No. 64., I. O. O. F
i of this citv. was represented by a
number of the brethren, at Franklin
Mav3. Gen. A. H. Bowen. of Has- "r, ana win now nntcn cmcKeus "- , on hldl Silturdiiv. Tlie bovs went up
tings, is engaged a a speaker on that , til weiihc process. The artiil , tQ nUen(J the G'5th .innive;;iirv of the
occasion. There will be a siir.il! ad- way of hatching egg- has proved tC be I Thev repoit having had rt fine
mis-ion fee to defiay expen-es. a succe-s elsewhere, .-mti ---jtiine. A general celebration of the
A. H. BtTzra, a-. Illi ,oU boy, and -on will try it m Nebraska. Ha ' nicu- j fi.lh anniveK.lrv. w.l3 0t.rved tixer
eduor of the David Ci.y Tribune, one j tur will hntoh -Jot) egg--.- euire ,.oun;ry
of the spiciest and neaiot printed pa- i A Fi-plme of plain and fancy br.i- ( Thfc f(llIowln!; j.ulies an( jjer.flpmrin,
, . . . ...i ini:in. Freiifh crrArhet. India gauze. I .... , ., ,
era l.itnes;.. e, im i..kcu panuui , --- - - '! ol tins citv, memners oi tneoruer, were
Corn i- king-but you must keep
th weeds down. Buy the new culti
v'tor f Spmiogle i Funic.
Mr. J. H. Smith is building an addi
tion to hi- residence, which will give
Iihh plenty f liou-e room.
It -.- 'e'-ided by tiie Odd Fellows at
Franklin, to h'dd their next meeting
and ceb'bnttio:i at Red Cloml.
2." !..! !ar- w'-tl buy a New Homo
sewing machine, the '-c-i on the markt ' IVoa. Illi-io.s. Trie T. itm.it has every r- -.i., "'"'I'1""'". '"-" .,, J. . Parke
' ' ' i :.i .. i ...;... .a... i. - 'i in infir
ct. at Hate-nape's furniture -tore. :52ff eidenceof proape "lty
i,-, i:tMLu lno t.il-rti .i tww-tiiiTi iti i It i. ..voi-teil Lie l'ie.-bv eria'l- Wl
.-. ,"',. "ii..i". ...-. hl. ,-.r n,ii.i,i...r,.. ,I,mr...lmr.-.,ii.i R.-d Cioii.l on 10 Red Cloud will be opened at the
IL.l IL liirilitlltlii - lj.v.v 4i..fcr j v-v -i.i. ,..-- ,
cafves meat for cus-, the I lib of Mav. Rev. G. T. Civilian, ; e J l"' WK
! -r,io.h,-,Ll m ion.i-v. Rev. E. Comet, j clothing store.
I.....1 i?.- l.i... p;...i r Hvnwt to take . mui tnc mosi m-uuious-
L.t All, V - fc " - w" I'
X4ia In Cttlllll
"""""" cierti'e Rmkefielii ', Janaiie-e customs and every dav life.
Eva Walker ' On entering the church one's attention i Bonded indebtedness
L. L. i-eifjam ( wjis drftWn tQ the jlipanej5e j luu COs- All other indebtedness -
t, nntincr nc waiters unnn their lotal indebtedness....
guests, and for the time being made a
fellow feel like he had been suddenly
transported into the realms of the Ori
ent. Tiie followiug ladies and gentle
men were in costume as Japanese:
Etta Sanford, Will Emigh, Fred West
Lucy Thomson, Will Mitchell, Carrie
Vance, Marvin Chase, Ada Burtis,
Wm. Teagarden, Emma Weed. Ezra
Potter, Lillie Letson, Sarah Tullcys,
Fannie Knight, Belle Spanogle. Aside
from the Japanese a tent in the north
west corner of the church, wrts occu-
I pied by Turks arrayed in the costufA'es
j of that country and the parlies were,
The appointed officers have not yet 'Mr. A. J. Tulleys, Montie Tulleyr,
been chosen. The lodge is increasing j Charley Dow, Mattie Balrard, iicse
its membership rapidly and is Hour- j Emigh, Nannie Smith, D. Stein, Mrs.
iehing. ! Stover. The festival was a financial
I success and the ladies will net about
f.( as a result of their labors. Even
person seemed to bo well pleased with
At a regular meeting of Red Cloud
lodge, No. 145, 1. 0. G. T., on last Fri
day evening the following otliceJs were
, W. C. T. O. II. Maryatt.
W. V. T. Carrie Vance.
W. S. C. W. Springer.
W. Chaplain. E. B. Warner.
W. F. S. W. Teagarden.
W. T. Mrs. S. R. McEride.
W. M. Charley Dow.
W. I. G Will "Mitchell.
W. O. a. Ezra Potter.
i.ithe'bus.ne-.a M.. Wheiry, from , a"er Merino, a-ul base ball ;- ' in aUendume :
wear. Jlanuia, .racRinacK, rrencni
Messrs. Hart, Dicker-
Wm. arkes, G. N.
n xv gracefully
1ms week toe windows were put in
braid, and other straw hats. The larg- ( M(.panieUi j. IL ?mUh R Hummell
U ! est and co.nplete-t hnCs ever brought , rf d w Mf . m:
t- i ri . i 11 1 -.,1 ... l i
i, ue opeoeu ; " ; ma Parkos riinith. L.ulterbach, Dicker
by -the Go.den Eagle, y. pmv and
Prices' and style? to,
The public exhibition given by the
evening was quite a success- ine
which was in town that evening. With
Money in hands of district
treasurer April 4, 1SS3...'
Received from cotmty t'reas-"
wirer during tire. year....:'
From sale of district bonds
From tnitron :::.
All ofhef sources
Paid male teachers
Paid female teachers
Paid for buildings, fuel, etc.
Paid bonded indebtedness..
Pain for all other purposes..
Amount on hand April 7,
Total expenditures 29090 80 '
Wages paid' and due teachers for the
Females 9057 75
I 2955 80"
Total ..... :
Number of school houses.
Red Cloud now has three fine brick k
Log and sod.
blocks, the State Bank Block, the post
ollice block and the block of Me-srs.
Miner Bros., wholesale and retail nier-
Iinnf Inrl i to U-.iVR ailOtllPr this
i.r T . f ...., P.irtinr wnn blid ' :lhlC of ScllOol llOtlsCS
snn) Ex-Governor tuiiner, wno i.uii .
1 , , .. ,. ,. alue of sites
out and named the town, and is highly y u 0f .innaratus
interested in its growtli aim prosperity
Knigntare icipie-ied tube prc-ent.
Our dekvales to the state conven-
.;..! Him- lN.i.i.-f.i,-i-iM f.;irf.h. Tlii- , ii'irt in tln erretcscs. Rev. Cornet
l,.irli will be .uiHM.g tlie handsomest . will n each Saturday night. May 10, at , Red Cloud literary society. Wednesday
; tl. VilUtr v . -,nl.- iri f c'lill eh. i
i,. 1-,-rvn, r. nf '.! teachers in , Top R.-rJ Ciond coraet band went to ouse was crowded in spite of the ab-
1 1.!. ,.7,'..l... i,,'.nU ha- been on the sick I Franklin last S.uurdav. where they fur- , straclion can-ed by the miustrel trOlipff
list for a number of day- past, but is , nished the music for the Odd Fellows,
convalescing. j who weie celeOiating their tiSth auiver-
On next Tudav night will tb reSn-' SHry at that place . The boys acquitted
lar meeting of Calantha bnlge. U. D.. i themselves in good style. The Red
K. of P. Yiorkmthe Amorial ritik. j Cioud cornet hand is nam to oeaiwnen
it comes down to good music.
The Nebraska Lumlier company lo
tion lecentK cecied by the republican i cate J in Red Cloud, and doing business
convention in tu:s city, went to Lnr- j -Ul mal,y part of tiie slate, average
coin Thursday tu..ttend the conven- , alK)tU ven thousand dollars per
m ,,, who i, i.,tHv ROmUin're? , 7 brodier.a.evounotr "Ye'w.is the
K M. K.chmom, who Urix f , mm ,IU when once bom medup for oh'n tll,n, X know h5rn,
"" '... V..J.V-. iirill ul pa urn tin i.ci,m.'. v
in -onie kiml of business in a few Hmout, to$132,0'U) in a year time.
weeks. W e we.come ine J oung iuai: 0rK younp frit,nd R M Richmond '
i.! nnr iif 1 - . . -. i 1
V, f i n M.r.ll n,,e of .. " W"wi couniy. umo. nas come er helped him out that time.
Oi-K tnend. O. McUiH one of the noud tf Q nw . legislatu.e
pn,, f ttlu J ,nt pn...n (!( pound, of maple -u-" houhl make h a serinus offeIue for
led on us the other dav Mr. JM s. diroU9 0f-eir.nR themme -ne ou fire. It ha9 been
has now anoni-io neaa m line ingii . , tt t :. :5 nr l,0(.aBe we . ,, r . i .
... We know tnat it l- pure ueiau-t. we inin,mtr!ited hv careful farmers that
J. Q. Potter, for many years con
necte.r w'Ah the Red' Cloud flouring
mills, with Mr. I. Frisbie, has severed
his connection with that enterprise,
having sold his interest to Mr. K.
Skeen, of Holt county, Mis-ouri, and
one exception the program wri Car-! iia- gone to uuunu ouy to take cnarge
riedoutin full, and those who took I of the celebrated- mineral springs locat
nart in the exercises did credit to . oil there, which he purchased of M..
to themselves as well as entertain the
Recently at a ball in this city a well
known young man stepped up to a lady
and asked for her company for the
j next dance. "Oh !" says the young
i lndv ."lets see: vou are Mr. 's
fc- j - - - r
and 1 guess it will be all right," and
the couple made haste to take position
in tne next set. The fellow's big broth-
grade Durham cattle.
Ben Hitler, the
I have sampled it, and being a juddge of
i r,.r.,l ntTMr ivf witnessed our banus
-,.,,.-,. ii, i iv.!' l,.i in .ill nrnhalillltv. . . ..
7l4(l.llli.lll ..... . ... .-.. j.. . - .
burning prairie is not only daugerous
but an actual injury to the soil and re
sults in no good whatever to the farm-
; ami eal. to the fact
. ...;.... ,.. .it i ln.-.i.r.k 1,1 Infi4 hr tli .
JIUIIlllMlVll . ...v-.V""-l ". ,, - ... ,..... ,X T,.nnt;n.. T-.I- . -J 1
Ben in a u-w uavs, v-uj ' x" '" , er. n mis ue true, ana we iiue no
Day will be here, and we hope tnat tne : roaso to doubt the facts as they have
Auiimonops ami Greenbackers.
will tlicu be a great man.
Slreen. Mr. Potter was one of our best
citizens and we wish him prosperity.
We welcome Mr. Sueen to our nour
ishing city, and feel assured that he
will be repaid for investing his means
in this locality. The new firm will be
Frisbie & Skeen, ami they propose to
equip rAiti'fit np their miil witHe latest
and most approved machinery, making
it second to none in Southeru Nebras
ka. Succes- to them.
is going to join with one or two others
and erect a brick block that will sur
pass them all. The governor is one of
the best and most substantial men in
this place, and one of the most enter
prising, and we hope to see him erect
a brick block in the year 1SS4, ten
years from the time he was elected
governor of our young and growing
state, that shall stand a monument to
his memory, long after he shall have
passed from this mundane sphere to
his home beyond the sea of death. Red
Cloud should be proud of Governor
Garber. He selected for her a beauti
ful location and gave her a prosiac and
Money apportioned by
Highest wages paid per
Lowest wages paid per
Districts containing more'
enchanting name and has made her I the year lit com). C. W. Springer,
pupils are 1, 2, 3, 5, 9, 12 fa'Itf 17. 18,
20, 28, 29, 31. 32, 35, 36, 27, 2, 45, 50,
53.54, 55. 58, 61, 63, 65-, SSI'TO,' 71,73,74,
78. These must hav" ii least six
months schddl'tb entitle' them to ap-
fiortionment next yi'ar.
ays employed fcy county
superintendent. ".: : 219
Number of visit . ". '. 89
We may exrect a much larger ap
portionment irl July than we had last
year. MoS inSrest is being taken in
schools thRh in firtner years, and we
6hall expert a stilt greater interest in
!-.-.... ... 11 I. a nlnn i nlnrrn 1 . l t . ..n
Fua a lirs;-cla- light ami lots of fun. ! lM' !!irI,s " "l "c. M" w "" 1 ' . I"ie presenieu to us. uieu we mu u
,he hiue melee at th- south end on the iter in a becoming manner. Our h should 1e b,,li9hcd.
Mondav took the take. One leilow , dead heros, though gone from us, j On Sunday, we had the pleasure of
whipp-d thr.:e men and wa- ready to ' should not be forgotten. We would taking a drive into the COUntry behind
uike more if thev uickled him. It was suggest' fliat friends of soldiers m the ( ti,e spirited team of Mr. Fred Newhouse
j ' county see that the graves are accompanied by his wife,' daughter
The residence of Mr. M. L. Thoma- properly cleaned up and flowers or L-na. Mrs. Reigle, our better half, and
ame ne ir being creinaied ou Friday . some other token be placed upon 0lhtjrs. We visi.ed Mr. N's farm, which
mht A flue burned out and set the their.'. Red' Cloud, under the manage- js amonc the finest situated we have,
woodwork on lire, but fortunately n ment of Garfield Post, G. A. R-. will ( see in Nebraska. He has a fine grove,
-v as, put out before serious damage wa-. , probably observe the day properly. j HI1,i many other natural advantage that
done We u'ulerstand that Kaley Bros., of, when thouroughly improved, will make
'e notice, in traveling over the this place, have entered into an agree-' his farm very valuable and desirable,
countrv. ih-disappearance of the con- ment whereby they intend turning ov- Just now the political arena is boom-
-.entionai dug-oiii, and frame and com- j .-r to our new linn, liiii ;aman & ivirK. ing, ana irom an ine surrounuings, we
jn odious dwelling taking their place, j the entire control of the insuia'ice anticipate a spirited contest far the
This one laet, denotes pro-perity in ' companies tney have heretofore repre- n omination of a candidate for the pres-AV..b-ii.r
iiul otiier counties in this ! sentl. K-aley Bros: iieiid devoting idency on the Ronub.ican ticket.
Blaine, so far, seems to nave the lead,
but there is no telling what will be the
result. The best man should be se-leet-
Ox Friday evening a g.and musical
concert was given at the court house,
under the auspices of the Bapti'st Lad
ies' Society, which was a financial suc
cess, and musical treat 10 the citizens
of Red Cloud. The ladies and gentle
men t:k:ng part in the exercise did
their portions well, and the aud
ience lUlly appreciated their efforts.
The following piogram was fully car
his permanent home. Most governors,
when their term of office expires re
main in the capital to give dignity to
the place, but Governor Garber pre
fers the quietness of his own vilhge
and the fellowship of her own people to
the ru-tle and bustle of capital society
and the fellowship of politicians and of
fice-seekers. Red Cloud will tliereiore
be more proud of the building because
of its being built by the founder of the
town and one of tlie governors of the"
State. Let other? emulate his esivia
A S20 Bill If Pris. . .
The publishers of Rutledges Mmthlu'
offer twelve valuable rewards in their
Monthly for 3fVy, among which is the
following: We will givo 32W to the
person telling us how many ti'rlie'S the
word Paradise occurs in the New Tes-
tnment' Scriptures (not the New Re-
. J vision.) bv Mav 10, 18?4. Should two
Me a. ii -or an. n..jU....,, aiiuil s kcr. or more enrr ect answer, be received.
Ma'e Qu: i-ie.tc tVrsweil, TUou Lonely, e :. I the reward will be divided. The money
iea-n. .Ditaiii! .011. A'bf sin. ix-uaiy, M'icUsll. U-il he forwarded to the winner May
Xo'frid'i6ine Can be Compared to Marsh'
"Lj&Vaionth I'took a severe cold: I
cfSghcV terribly and could not sleep'
night. I had a druggist prepare me'
sbdie cough syrup, but it did me no
good. I then tried Marsh's Golden
Balsam and was cured at once. It is" a.'
delightful reined-." Henry L." Cdok,
"I have used many cough remedies"
in my lamily, but none that could bo
possibly cu til pared to Marsh's Cttilden"
Balsam."F. E. Ander6n. Leaven-'
"Please send me six dozen XJnrsh's'
Golden Balsam. Everybody likes it
and all call for it,"lM. V. Wilson;-
druggist. Burton, Mo.
Marsh's Golden Balsam, the famous
throat and lung medicine, and Mjirsh'S
Golden Blood' and Liver Tonic, thS'
great blood and liver corrector, are for
sale by Henry uook, oruggisj, .neu
Co tie Luy My yiowersl j S4. Per-ons trying
for the re-,c'ouJ- Lare bottles 50 'cents aad ll."
Miss Clara U. LetkcT.- ward must send 20 cents in silver (no
PI .no Solo UJop Dl Uravun postage stamps taken) with their ans-
Mrs. K. it. Wood. werj for wliich they will receive the
i ilo-'Wa'tii'g" Mr . J.G.lxtld juje jnH,v. n which the name and
M.i e Qu'-fie te Salor L,i(i address of the winner of the reward
Mc-s. D ci-iisuu, Albr-sht, LeuoDy. Mitei.ell. u)j t)e correct ftn!;Wer will be puhlish
VoculUuei U.vtoy Cou-iicss 1 0(1 j j(J .j,;,., ?PVer.il more valuable
Mft.J.G.ivwaauuair.r.A.wacny. rWards will be o
J U 0 WQtt - . - ..w
j their time inors'e-fcliirivcly tonhe' law
Mrs. Ji-lia S. Bowen. the instituting profession ar.Xl" de.'1ini: in real estate.
if'i.-er of ibe Denartment of Nebraska, ; Bingairhui'&Kirlt with this addition
will be in Red Cloud on Saturday. May I to their business-will be fully prepared . ed, and there is no doubt but that the
3. for the puipo-e of instituting Gar- j to givr'the cifizvhs of Webster county j Republican party will go iriumphant
iield Relief Corps, No. 14. The lm-et-! insurrccin most any company they J ly to victory in November. A man to
ing will be at the G. A. R. hall at twojdcsire. Wehopc the boys will meet harmonize the party is what we want.
Meisrs. lacker aud Uoirj'utou. aud itlss Recke-.
Fujio-oo MartUa"....,....Mrs. K. M. "Wood
Wu bong and caorous... True Heart Farewe'l
Mr., J, G, DoJd, Mrs. C. W. K:''ey. Messrs.'
Eecliy -and A'brigbt.
"Li5 Sireiies ValtZ'
i,-,i. E-cker aud HoczbioD. and Miss Uecker
' Fu'lCboruus M2rcho' tbeMen otHar'ock
with ;iv-"gie.:!??t sticcc--.
ILet us have it aud-viclory.
fiered. Addres. Rut-
ledge Publishing Company, Easton, Pa.
The lad ies of the Baptist H. M. Soci
ety desire to express their appreciation
of the services of Mr. A. L. Mitchell
and those who assi-ted him in the eon
cert of April 25. The money realized
will be a great help.
Cold winter camedown from his
northern hofo'ie on a'visit last Saturday
There is stong talk of starting a
cheese factory at this place. We hope '
that the gentlemen who have it in
charge will push it through 'to asucess
ful complication., we'do not see why it'
could not be made to pay certainly
there eou'ld be nh be'her pace' found in
which tr.s1artrehch a'fafctory".
Mr. Tearv has started east to pur
chase a herd of graded cattle, we wel-'
come all such enterprise to our coun
ty. Yoc KNOW WHO.
The undersigned has 500 bushels of
"V 1 r.i.1 . fnr cola (if "ift I'Anta nor
'bushel, on his farm two miles east 0f day (April 21.) dissolved by mutual
The firm of Potter & Frisbie is this
Catherton. W. H. Fulier:
orsalcin Red Gloudby Ball &. Pope.'
agreement. Those having accounts
are requested tQ gall and settle.
.7. Q. Potter,
I . Fkisbie.
KKD CLOCD MARKET. "
Winter Wheat s.Q, 72
vJHLS . . . .. ltSJJ
X i C - tij
JJtiritrj - wlu
Corn shelled s'
Com In ear 2s"
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