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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1884)
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The Red Cloud Chief
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A. C. HOSMER - .
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ai.nonne- U.it he li;i- !- .;
hic .tp-iii. i,r t li i. 1'iiv aiifi di-iriel br
the -ale of tin rHehrafed Le .MarcVt
t -k ryt.il and 1'oWMirtii v.hilP crystal
h:.i'-isu'je and y-jrl;i: r-o, and havu a
J"!liiw-of i!;j; Vimc to nit old, far,
iar and w-iik .ihif in widt" roiored,
luiTfdand iii(dc'd. monnled infold,
Mii-r. nii-K'l and stool. ICminont oc-
nii-t- roroiumciid ai:d )v-t-nir thm
: tnhrai-inj all I in nn-riir' r;iiiri-d to
" ' iMMNOTMMIRIMMM
R sa ; nefcttfi
V C-U littlto lillMIl tin h'M hoj t sihi
y ifyo. Evtv j:ir vuirrnnird t iv
?? oosiumJ s.itiiat-tion. IIav a!o
m(MI!m (ho 1-ito-tund host i'iv'ntioii
ia u-u: "'1'lic irraphosrojjio optonioh-r"
Lt lining ?iht :ioiiif:!fly, -eo i-tu.i
ronvi-h hoiliday pn-tMis runic look
ovr joy etof-Jv whii it is rnmph-to and
t th- l:i-t -hoj.-. hi pin tod wan I
J ivo iho vry h-t ool- ttitin- nnnkot
ItIl.tv w.uc, ali fully .jo df j' pla
ol. and cvi-rv !' w. i!iijtvl. s.:.,l
tuc ui'cl hiMiitiful !o' '. r.:m and
ff) fur yoiim I '. ("hM-k- . -- rv k:ud
fi ijo oof du.l.tt lip, and a'l pcndnhini
lo-lvs 'A-.urantf 1 ihre .-. Earrings
in ondl'.s variety. ICinl.in.. ji:H,
Ji'tni'1 pins fconicllun;: now, slovo hut
I'i'is. rullar htitiiius, .stud-, i harms, .u,,j
o-ki.st nook -1jjiiii in tin laltt
mi--, oraco,,;- unt;l on rant nst.
O M' y mvt"
il Mi nil Hlif-eription at I hi- ollii-i
lirinij in your wair.ui;-. ';
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..urln.-.i-i- imi! :-..i,ie in and ii
ijp tli- ir Mtliirriptiou-v. a vr
n' vrrv niu.-n
in at once.
J lines lol of iikiih'V to run a
'oNsim:iiAi:i.E biekness in town thi.s
Joi: Cootc will probably bo tried this
to: m of con rr.
.Mrs C A Jvi:ss has been on the sick
Jit for a few days.
Conn' ne.t i ucal:i'. Mark it down
am1 ton't forget it
v. iin1 having line weather this fall.
II "illv a coid'dav o far.
'.Mn-s. 1). I'EisicEit mother of Treas
ur Ilu.-chow it, now the guest of her
On: friend, Y Williams, of Jewel!
coni'ty. has been on the sick list for a
Wn.i. MosiiEi:, the north end butclr
'r. ha-ijusL received a line oyster box.
, I'-a daisy.
Is" anoitier column will be found a
h-t of ouniv warrans thUt are siill in !
' jinny Clerk IJayhas ollice.
(o:okci: Manki: started this week
for IVnn.sylwinia to viit friends. He
ill lie gone for ninety days.
En. Hoskoki). manager of the Red
V .aid -took yartls, will go tt Uniling-
toii next week on a visit to his lriends.
Tin-: other day a huge black eagle
pa-ed through this city by express for
(i rover Cleveland. Lt will bo an ele
1 h.mt on G rover's hands, we fear.
r. E. Jekpoui), who has been here
f.tr several months, will leave on Satur
fcl iv to accept, a situation as watch re
'.Vi'rer for (.). IE Maryatt. of Rod Cloud.
IT' ?ir : Jon mill.
The 1 vt M lailway ha? reduced the
:ice of flopping grain to Chicago, five
cents per one hundred weight. This,
wilr good ne.vs to the farmers of this
sct ..n of Nebraska.
Ar.itAMXG and surveying outfit bc-lo-.toing
Jo the 15 it M, has been stowed
aw:iy at the depot until further orders.
It looks like the Jl C & K 3 W Ey is to
b- catructeil soon.
O.v last Saturday night the creditors
of W Moscnthein. the east side harness
maker, closed him up. The goods
were taken charge of by She: ill War
:r and subsequently replevied by
The tancy skating "at the rink was
viyy fine, and those who did not see ii
missed a treat. Mr. Pettibone
and wife are truly experts in the art of
roller skating and the managers were
lucky in Securing their services.
GEORfiE Springer of Maine, brother
of Rev C W Springer and John Spring
er, jia Red Cloud visiting. "When he
left ric east there was snow on the
ground and good sleighing. Quite a
contrast. Here in Nebraska it is most
as warm as summer.
The Blue Hill 27ms' of last week
takes The Chief to task for stating
tha'he treatment of Joe Cook at Blue
Hill had made him friends, and fur-
.1 Iher insinuates that ''birds of a feather
flock together," etc. We hardly grasp
your idea, Bro. Watkins.as most ot the
"Jlocking" we believe, was done at Blue
Hill. The Chief, and all fair minded
peogie, believe in justice, to even a
The mum social at the residence of
Hev Geo II Brown, was a decided suc
cess. Tiie house was packed full from
cellar to garret. As monitors, II B
Fulton, A S Marsh, and A B -Becker
weimSptand efficient. Instrumental
music by Mr Ed Becker, Miss Sadie
Becker, and Miss Sarah Brown was
uglily appreciate!. Vocal music by
Kcssrs Albright, Mitchell and. Fulton
kKfine. Altogether eye.ry qne had a
El). Pkuki. i. in Dakota.
Joii.v Miiukat is again inRed Cloud.
A. If. Kalky ha-4 been nn th cJV
CrtAsnERKif and manle tvrun at
Avso.v HiRftrlind been in Beatrice
for till IMJst Wftlc.
W. i) FoKltATKK WHi m Grand Isl
j .mil (hi- ivelc on bu.-in-.-:i.
Thekk ui!I ho f-kiiJinj; evry day and
nialir at iJjc rink afier jcc. G.
.1iK. A. .1. Ww.ni v.i!lo to Va-aer,
Mich , in n f'-'.v day" on a vt-dt.
L. II. V.'ai.j.ack a.j in Iowa the la-t
pint of bet week. He relumed on
II. A. VVatson'Ij.is one of the fine-t
farms in Kan-as, which lie recently
.Mu. Miu.kk, of the firm of Rndrow
Bkoom corn h comiim in .slow. I'rioo
is U'?.s than one half a? much jw that o
la-tyoar, and the quality is much hot
ter thin 'eason.
W'i: are vory mnoh in wod of a jood
.Mihstantia hrid-e over the tiie Iiotnl
liojiu at Lliin point. Some eil'ort should
!o made to root one .soon.
Evr.itY one of our roftdcrs honld
n'ad Jlenrv f!ookV nv advorticinent
Uy doing ko you will know wnere to
tind your Christmas presents.
Tiiky Jmve a A'.rt Avh in the north
.ist corner of town, the .-ame being a
Colorado magpie that whittles and
inlu- like a grown person, creating loti
of fun for the juveniles.
A r.NiiEn .Sr.ri:s M irshal was in the
ciy the ii er day and took away the
madam of the bagnio on a charge of
selling beer witout license
not, learn the particulars.
O.v la5L Thnr-day U-.yd E.. infant
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Mary A. Miuth. of this
city d.-p.irted tln hie. The funeral
oi vice-, oconred on lat Friday, K-v.
tl-o. (). YoisPr olliciatinir.
MlW. If F. Wftfll .It' 'n- Vrlr
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and son II erbeit, mother and brother
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'" M" si'-""""ounung aim euicieni
manager of telegraph and ticket agent,
A. J. Welch, are in the city.
On Sunday night the children held
forth at the Baptist church. It
was I'ible day and the entertainment
consisted of reading, recitations, etc. It
vasavery plra.-ant affair.
Brinii in your order' for our extra
Christmas edition. Everyone, of our
subscribers -hould -end at least one or
two ira eopie auny to some friend
whom they think will come west.
Dr J. K. I a hi; Kit returned from hi
trip east on Wednesday evening ac
companied by his family. The. Doctor
has again resumed his dental practice
and intends to make Red Cloud his
Services at the Baptist church Sun
day as follows: Preaching at 1 1 a. m.
and 1:'M) p. in., Sunday-school at li'ilo
p. m. Rev?. Oshnrno and Russell will
no present. j;.v. Rrown will preach at
iiunh Koek at '.y.'M.
CoMMi.-siu.NER Ballard has con
structed a viaduct, across 4th avenue at
Walnut street, that is highly appreci
ated by the pedestrians in that vicinity
i no nriuge across tiie uraw lias uNn '
been widened and otherwise improved.
Ulr coii-.antly .incieasing .subscrip
tion l'st make us feel confident that
our ellbrts to give the people a first
class paper is appreciated. Our list is
rapidly increasing every day and soon
we h-hall have 1 300 subscribers on our
The Grand Chapter of Royal Arch
Masons will meet in Omaha, December
IO. All parties desiring to attend the
convocation will apply to secretary of
neare-st chapter for certificates on
which to obtain round trip tickets at
Mrs. II. A. Bairp has recently re
ceived quite an interesting lot of Ori
ental curiosities from her daughter
Mrs. Denney, consisting of some fine
specimens of Japanese lloral hand
paintings, a sprig of Japan tea. and
photographs of Japanese idols, streets,
IIesry Cook is unhappy. He is the
victim of misplaced confidence. It
keeps him busy all the time buying
knives, saws, hammers, screw-drivers,
shears, etc., for he no sooner equips
himself with one set before some one
walk's oil" with them. Therefore Hen
There seems to be no doubt but
that the B & M propose to build the
Red Cloud and Kansas South-western
to Wa-Keeney during the coming year
At least every indication points "that
way. Now then, let us have some
other railroads and the future of Red
Cloud will be settled.
Farmers can not be too careful
about turning their cattle into corn
fields. All over the state comes the
news that cattle'are dying from over
feeding. Nine cases out of every ten
where cattle die this time of year the
cause can be traced to the cornfield.
There is no necessity for being uneasy
as long as people are cautious about
feeding the cattle.
It is an outrage that after our people
have subscribed the necessary number
of instruments for a telephone ex
change that the Nebraska Telephone
company will not put them up for us
Over forty instruments were taken by
our citizens, yet we cannot get them
put in for some cause. An efibrt
should be made to get some other
company to put up the exchange if the
Nebraska telephone company do not
propose to do it.
H. A. Watson, one of the promi
nent business men of Red Cloud, has
sold his livery stable to Rudrow & Mil
ler. Mr. W. has been one of the fix
tures of Red Cloud for years past, and j
we shall be sorry to lose htm from the
business walks of the city. 'I he new
firm have our best wishes for success,
and if going in on a large scale is an
indication of prosperity, then the new
firm have struck the right lead. They
now have 62 head of horses and 32 bug
gies, making the largest stable west of
Omaha without an exception. Thk
Grief wishes them, an abundance of
Co.skk..- is now in oiin.
H. D. Jo.vks wai in Chicago UL
Tr. state lcinlature will meet in
M ks. .S. M. CtriT has been on the
Mfr. fiitAY is rhuildins hr re!
dencr in theouth pnrt of the city.
?n.K Krarf, inutHor. handkorchief-s
at the one price square dealing 'lolden
The Jiu!i of tho (Jonsrecational
church will hold an iy.-tor -upper to
night. Kewa1:i Uarbei:, ".on of Gov. Garhcr
was in the city 'J hunk-giving visiting
W'm. TitoMf-o, three rnilrs eat of
Cou-le- i? losing a grent many hogs
W. H. Tiiomk.s. of Elm crr.-k hvt i
three head of oartle recently from l;.c
I'. LvtNn ivill run tl. Yilloy Hf i-o
a ter the 17th. K. '. Van Anken goe
to Orleans to run a hotel.
I.v another place in to-day's pfipor
will he found the advertisement of C
L. Coning, our new drug ma.i. Head
TitKUKis a marriage on the tapis for
the next few dnv. Our readers will
. iformel ot the event when it oc-
A i.i. road commissioner's, who have
not made out their reports, should do
so at once as the time allowed has long
The R C. (J. club dance on las
Thursday evening was very largely at
tended land was a grand success in
everv wav. "
IJ'im. Wortiiman" has returned again
to Reil Cloud, much improved in
health. He will take his old position
i :.. m:.... i ... . ,.
ill .IIIIUI JJIO,-. .-MWIU.
A i.iiiekai. reduction of'priccs made
on all overcoats ranging from $S and
upward.-, at the (ioiden K.igle clothing
store to reduce stork.
The Ladies' Aid Society will hold a
social this (Friday) evening, Dec. 5,
at A. II. Brown's residence. Refresh
ments promptly at nine.
T. E. Hoover, an old time'friend of
A.J. Kenney, was in the city !at
week. Mr. Hoover is ir search of a
location to go into busines.
The Kpi.copal ladies' festival on
Thanksgiving was a grand success.
They realized quite a fund and were
well patronized by our citi.ens.
Come to Tiib"Chief ollice for job
work. We have every facility for
turning out first-class work at the most
reasonable prices. Work guuanteed.
Mr. Raker, living near Aniboy is
reported as having found coal near
that town. The report goes that he
j struck a three inch vein at the depth
ot lorty Jeot.
A creat ileal of corn is coming in
but the prices range low in conse
quence of the eastern market being
depressed. We hope the price will
soon go up.
Fred I'kteeev will have been mar
ried L) year? on the lltb of December.
It wi'i be his silver wedding. The
Ch ike wishes Fred and his wife many
returns of the happy occasion.
Do not forget this is the last month
for you to get a ehaneevRt prize draw-
ing at the Golden EairlpN Beans will
be counted December ji)tlKNQne guess
ing nearest number takes ones of the
Ouu friend. James Miner is now
'"cockof the walk," and wears a vaii-
gated rooster on his silk hat in honor
of Cleveland's election to the presiden
cy. "Jeeu" is the happiest n.an :.i
REiCiori has the happy dis'ini-
tion of always being ahead. The grain
men are now and have been pn ing
from live to six cents more per bushel
on corn than Hastings or other points
and from tive to ten cents more on
wheat. When you want good prices
see our grain men.
Mr. Hugh Stevenson, one of the
most prominent citizens of Webster
county, and ex-commissioner, has
moved to Omaha. By his removal
Webier county loses one of its most
valued and worthy citizens. He goes
to Omaha for the purpose of educating
his children. Are sorry to lose you
Our friend, B. T. Reed, while work
ing on the roof of a barn in the north
end of town last Friday had the mis
fortune, while decending a ladder to
have it break in to and throw him to
the ground a distance of ten or a doz
en feet. He fell backwards and was
quite badly injured. It might have
been much worse than it was. The
good brother is prettyjsore from the ef
fect of falling.
Dr. Denney. who is now a resident
of China, sent Henry Cook. A. X.
Funk and The Chief two Chinese pa
pers the other day. They were curios
ities. The Chief took great delight in
reading the heavy editorials, and bv
standing on our heads we were enabled
to decipher that '"Chinaman whippee
Frenchee-manee like hellee, vellee
muchee." This article was in relation
to the war and was profusely illustrat
ed. Owing to the fact that we went to
press early last week we were unable
to mention the fact that Treasurer
Buschow was again a happy parent.
This time it is a girl and our good
brother is very proud of it. n fact it
is his only daughter and 'therefore the
boys will please take notice that there
is to be no swinging on the gate. We
congratulate our worthy county treas
urer with all our heart on this momen
The Chief is happy. It was a tur
key that caused us to cast a smile over
our troubled countenance, Gates &
Bohanan, the popular Red Cloud
butchers, well-knowing the.weakness of
the average editor, presented 'The
Chief with a fine Thanksgiving tur
key which we feasted on after the
usnal manner ofjjeople who observe
the Governor's Sunday. Many thanks
gents, your generosity is duly appre
ciated by the force; who nowfeel like
NeBR-ISKA llckttha! at IUrkcf'
CAETO-..V crirr .n' c oil
Hackers. n -'
G. IL Cha.vet is confinel to his bed
J. 0. CHAMBKRLix.ha gone to Denver
on a b3nine- tnp. t (
WnrREdoym ly yourjja mud
soap At Hakcr'4.
Hr.s'RY LiutJiW has taken a"nortion
with L. II. Wallace.
Mn. In. Oamhum.l lias retuniwl
home from Kuns.
C.u.iroR.viA honey and IJotcn
brown bread at Haeker. -v.
I) M Oikr tvil! go to Ohio oon to
he "joined in matrimony."
A :ool ncw'mil'-h cow forp?ole. Ad
ikte II .:. Holcomh, Innvale.
M EThom.w wn in IouaJorafew
dav hwt tteck vi-iting hi tath r
I) '. y-rr. .- W
of '! ir, hrt'- u ' 't!--t? .." . -E.
If. A3IHU-S l..ts iiRf,.fr ir" ff.-i
.MrriiiMl nronTtv in :i '.rr, .-j .
VEi.vETHiid o:her u mo 'Hyper-, for
holidnv gift at theGoinTn Engiecioth
The masquerade -kating at the rink
on the lltb. Everyone should .-re thi
Jest think, $10.00 .vorth of Chri-t-mas
presents to select Irom at Wright
vt Wallace V.
I. F. Hum. had a public sale on De
cember 2. The property sold well and
at good prices.
John Moore nent to Bloomington
Illinoi- this week. He will bo gon.
two or three weeks.
Hevrv Aniero.v has closed hi
school in district 47. He luu been a
verv sucrcvfnl tea,her.
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Kev. Geo. H. Brown ha. a book that
is two hundred and ten years Id, and
was printed in England. It is certain -
Iv a curiositv
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.Mr. MrsT, of the If. it M. eating
hou-e has opened a roller kaiing rink
in hi-dinning room, open every after-
noon s-nme time.
If you want an elegantly finished
sewing machine, first-cla-s in every re
spect, at a price to low to mention.
Inquire r.t this oHioo.
M. C Heed and Ed Pratt, of-Whnt-cheer.
Iowa, have located at Cowles.
Both are young men, and have come
we.st to grow up with the country.
A. L. Fisk is now comfortably en
sconsed in Maryatt s old stand, whore
he propose- to engage in theimple
meet business with his usual enter
prise. Rem em Rr it, you can buy clothing and
boots and shoes, cheaper, and have a
larger stock to-sr-lectfrnm :than-.anv
other place, at the squaie dealing one
price Golden Eagle.
L. IP Best, the tree man. is now
prepared to take orders for fruit tree3'
for the spring delivery. Mr. Kut
brought a very fine stock of goods to
hi- customer... for the fall deliverv.
There will be meetings in the Bap
tist church to-night, and
evenings of this week. Rev. 0-born
and Iu-s-ell. Mate missionaries of Neb
raska will speak. All are cordially in
vited. Oni gentlemanly ticket agent. Mr.
A. J Welch is now prepared to fur-
nidh tickets from Re.l t'loiid to New
Orleans world fair and return good for
lorly-hve days Irom date ot sale at
Dr. J. K. Smith, of Guide Rock, with
the next meeting of the commissioner-
closes Id's e-ireer n
.N '- J .. . ." 't'
111:S - (: i - i: - i"
i coumv oii-.-'er. i
irro ' i
M"ecis. Wri?. 1 i
irgest stock o !.;wu.- .ui.i rois-ci! .n-
.smii.'ms ever nr:ngi-. int.. i:.i uomi !
and propose mvii tnesame at prices
iifei neani .m nen.e.
Joe Cook Illustrated
The Police Nncs makes the lynch
ng of Joe Cook, a subject of illustra
lion. If poor Joe could havr, seen ,im.
,. . ,, .. ,
sell as the iW artist saw him. we
venture the assertion that the doctors
never could have induced him to re -
t;;rn again to this vale of tears. The
concern on which the victim Miflercd
is represented by six sticks diverging
from a common center like the -pokes
of a wagon wheel, holes bored through
the outer end of the spokes through
which a clothes line is passed and cur
tains hung between the spaces probab
ly intended to protect Cook from the
wind. Joe's left arm and leg are tied
to seperate spokes pointing heaven
ward, his right leg is lashed to a spoke
around which one of the curtain ap
pears to have been wound, hi right
arm is secured by a rope tied to a ring
near tht. hub of the wheel while his
bdy and head calmly repose on a cur
tain between two spoken. The mob in
their, hurry and excitement evidently
forgot to put :i rope around hi neck as
none appeirs in the picture, the wheel
is fastened to some timbers 'in an un
seen manner, a train is to be seen com
ing around the curve, but it will be
stopped, a a bold bad man on horse
back has the right to tiie road. The
citizen mob will be surprised to see
themselves so truthfully delineated. It
:.. ;..,..o;m ,i, -;.,.. :u 5n..;tr
"Xodawav" from the rest of the crowd
possiblv he mav have been with Sher-
iii.il tiii.c uccii nun .riitri
Deputies. Dickerson. Ball
t the Mendlebaum farm a
and Dodd at
mile away instead of at the watering
station. The News description of the
lynching is eminently correct except in
nearly all of the important particulars.
CanI or Tbaaks
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Smith wish to re
turn thanks to the neighbors who po
kindly assisted them iu their recent
Xottre to Farmer
I have a fine lot of pure, clean and
genuin z Japanese grass seed for sale at
75 cents per bushels if taken or pairiV
rof before Jannary 1st, 1885. after wtX
date it will be higher. I will deliver it
to parties in. Bed Clo
1 At,, CTE. 3ann th k(
at , h Mf (
fS or Mt srli
for a roar ri, 4d h trr rk
Con.1 U C L OKiuwr. a I fvt4
dnrit o Stfav. IHi. Mf.
Costing bti w Utea peaiNocoa rf
thr tore a:ti M onnifcrUJ?r itUil14
one of oor lwirr mm. Tnt
Cmrr elco Mt Ctm w k-i
Cloud and A& ii Ajif '.u xh
him a.lHtt4Aoe- of tx-;H-rtti' k Kd
W hofwj U yU war
reottUK m UMrt Mritr tniUUOi
At rwruW mrim W Uc G A. it
Vnr.l No. SO. Ifettmta M. !&. lltar
were ciocrd far Ump
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i urmiy ng?ii m- ietvot-ing nfm-ifr
were clt ctrU hx" tin Nnin yyttf.
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Trea-urerW X Ra-iinlftiMi
Se. reitr- J I liah.t.
C HJ I. M.IU-r
V S-R L Tinkrr.
R A C-Jint" Potter.
G M, JUl V Win Letron.
G M.L'd V-W,n Purfcr-.
G M. J-t V-DM I'i.ut.
Sentinel S Jnv.
The G.iiii: Law
fne Forc-t nid
Stream, the journal of nnglin
siiuun. puoiiiia.i in .M'w tor. Iijl-
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! i"-'"4' '",-'w- f tbe gume law- of the
I i,,,,!T.? ' T K U'C
(following lor tin- -tatc 1 he dittn-
Illtirk the limit.- of the mmoh in
j which it i? lawful to kill lir -m
' ,,,in,,,,J Uufb-d and piimati-l n.ui'
Auu-t i't.I fbumry I, qu.n! aixl ud
, turk.-y, ().;oh.-r I ( December J mi -
, iolnp, i-;. m.nntain -heep! deer ml
buthiio. Oeiober I to January J. ltop-
i l,,,5! grm--. Amju-t D to FebrtiMry I .
i iia-in oeer wun uoir ioroioiii nu if
W a.-diington. Dougbi-, Siu-pv. (.
Saundcis and Dodge connlio- LJ
lawful lor common currier i irmi-ort
game at any tune. C-e of punt gun
A cn.vNi.r. On la-tTuesdnv (J S Al
bright, the tMinulnr rourth Avenue
:.....i.... .,.i.i t. '...:... ,......i. r i.
j'-vin .--iKi in"- t'linji" mm k 111 ift'oiin
to Mr. 1. II Wallace, a well known
gentleman of this citv. who ha rrmd
a co-panuerMiip wiui -ir. , . rigiu
of Iowa, for the purpo-e of earn ing
on the b.ii-ine.-.- in Bed Cloud. Mr
N aPace took i barge ol the hu-me-"-
Tuoxlav, and ha.- consolidated hi-
stock with .Mr. Albrighth lleie.ilti-r
he will be found at Albright i oUi
Mupd. whore the new firm of Wnght A
Wallace propo-o carrying n ten thm--aud
dollar stock of pbun and fancy
jewelry, watches clock.-, etc. The
Ci 1 1KI-' be-' peak-for the now tirm suc-ce-.s
and pio-pcriiy, and wi-l ea them
Hie greate-t pwible refiirns lor tlieir
inve-tment. Mr Albright, who retre
from the bii.-ine--. ha- been among u
for ears, and h's f.mi'liar f.icv will b-
uu-.-eu in me i'iimiicti circie- oj uni
Cloud. Bed (loud will now have two
of the largo-t stores wt of Lincoln.
Ax Oi.p Timer. Fred Petersen, one
of (tur prominent German citizens ba
llad a verv eventful life Fred wac
I Kr" !,:,(1 re.ueJ in .ermany .liere in
the early part of hi- life he cnmmnic
ed the .study of engineering and a few
vear.s later graduated with honor, af
ter which be tortk to the road and fol
lowed the business in Gcrmanv. Dur-
j ing the AuMru-Pru-sian war Fred wa-
i!' ii'T " 'i'eoou an hngh-h nul-
..-,. -'; nd and was de-
, . . I o'il bim-elf in
r ' .i' ted Dani-h
j Mif. - '. - . v. The
v n1 . ..' ' 's .rxtiiiu
e t- I - .. j'
:. ii.:- . ultl go over
- :'" .-re blown no bv
. t .:e i h
, , . ... . - ; . ... ,. ni,,(.,wi there fo'r
,l ,,lir.. j order to keen the
.iir:'-o in order to Keen the
an -ohher- from rapidly advan
; irM...:ilJ, tidier- from rapidly a
cing on the reti eating party. However
the careful engineering .skill brought
the generals- to a place of -afe'y in due
time. At the cto-e of the war Fred
went to Denmark whore he wa- in-
I staueo a engineer on a new roao ann
, had the pleasure ot running ihe hr.-t
IrJiin ovr -t ,fnvin .,. hjs vnwflr
: no ie;f a personage than the Dani-h
j king, and the run wa-made at the rate
I of :i mile a minute. After residing
i . .
there a tew yaar? tie came to tins
count rv where he has accumulated at
J least $12,000 in property. During the
whole 2S years of FrePs experience a
an engineer he never had an accident
nor a colli-ion. He certainly has a
record that be can feel proud of.
Heal EUt Ttansfrr.
The following are the real elat
transfers for the week ending Nov. 29,
1S5-1, furnished b J. G. Dodd.
W E Jackson nnd wife to J M Tach
worth, wd. c-n Jl. lots 10. II and 32.
blk S. B R .idditb.n
W E Jak-on ami wife to AJn'rv K
Esther, wd, con $IW. 1 1, blk S, I: R
O H Phillips and wife to Barlmra
HolL wd, con $50, l 14, blk 7. Guide i
Barbara Hoil and husband to Lin
coln Land Co.. qcd, con $100, 1 7, blk
S 1 rxu Kar" ,
j ,rb A i n
wife to M.irv A.
I . l . - l. o J t n n
I Moore lc i'1 S""S ' Wk '
f tV-t,0B,"f HlIL
U ? to W C Wicks, pat. nw qr sec 13
tp 4. r'12
U 5 o B R Pierce, final roceipt, w hf
stv qr -ec 22, tp 1, r 12.
Mary Van Woer and huband to
H A Bailev, wd, ne qr ec 32. tp 2, r 9.
H A Bailey to Geo. Van Woerth. wd
con $3,0X), ne qr ec 32. tp 2. r 9.
John Portermier and wife to Wheel
er and LaBontle, n hf nw sec 14. tp 2,
John Portermier and wife to ITheel
er and LaBontle s hf sw sec 11, tp 2,
r 9 wd, con &500. .
CBiQRRCo. to a A. Hile, sn
qr sec 25. tp 2. rvI2, deed, $592. x
A THORouan-BtED J$rey hnj
sic, eaprc 01 w x uat,
! , . ., .. ...1 ' .
1 .j -J a -a- at .
IAK" W WW wrf rl rr-l
' vr' . H
c4 1 Msr !. 4
Ow -w.t.tiBr " fcf J !
D A A4r-
W H WMoc
H W Rr-.
! W HafMMiC... . -...-
V - -
J D ICMMvit.
lJl fVimfi fW'l I-.-
J II ihmm
in rrl ft... t
R H Wrt
j J no l Wrmhl
r! W J irKrfcn
, ; V VZLl""-
i " -"
J C rrW
( I 'lBm.....
I L !) I'aHm.....
Co $mei iund
A ? e.-M.....
I J L VT ......
Ki? Burt...... ..
Joltn L Ve ,
W W !rk
John Q Poller
S.jvimr DtrM if ..
JtJut q JfUrr
Jet Mmin .... .
' J " Hbnck...
i .1 kit n
J Imij; (Jt,erttx..
I Jn.- CIm.iUi....
'I. H L.-r
I N H Tnorpe...
, I . Tmlur
! On gettor.il Amj !-l
A S Mr-h
! Ue Philip- .
i John II Brown
, K II 1f.nHNt
t; .-ii Kiev
M A rVhtir
i 'hurto (u-'
(' C Coon
i J" Hhit
Kd S fi
W A BruUtikur....
j M W'il:i
ft ll "... !
.;u .,.,l(, H tin lor..
1 jj lljr,.,ixa...,
Lir p -,.
j j j .x.imiyi.
' t it .r,iv
m9 r4 T V IV
i' 4 A fm
te.....9 t t
.p., ..i .1 10
. . ft 20
J't i r 10
t .. r U ..V
?' " 1 '1.1
C M Hain- .. .
1 J Ward
A .M iallit....
M C Fulton
B H Kntou-.
A M Hmtly
K L Crubb
J W MrClurell
L N Kd-on
Ah x Philip-
U ti Robert-
S () I hiker.
F K (Joble
K I, Tinker
I! W Deilrieks..
A M King
(J W Dedrich
L J Spiefcelmeir
2... 12 40
?.... 6 20
X.. 12 40
.- 17 on
L Hobiu-on -
K V Bud row
J W Ciine
J K Burnetts.
John Moore -
. . ...
J H Clinc
C W Fuller
L D Tiina
r K (o4le.
j L Tinker.
C C 'nx....
On road fund 1!
u aA I
Mar-h liry l-l .
Painir Way ..... .
Temn'eton Bz - t
- .. 4 00!
. 3 90
On couiti bnngej
J W Wratton.. ..
Gtufitfld tt Parker
R S Proa.Iht tt t V
WiKiam Kuolm .
G'irge Heatoi ....
........ f mJJ
IVsa-J ifjJ ' otiT ,
Caa t: U t i t jt a
Can U bv tt: i
ria.j Un. t , ax n
WitU ibe Wo4.r Ll
Oa the boar an
Tha: tliT Krvutt
.An.t tliy moibcx' U
Acu our bonis ail
Pta" we ilt not jnei
mrio-' ntta tor;
Por-Kf Urott tb- ."M
To hb to vuhiil
lie w ! in oaaT
Sooo wo hH ! et
la tiie nalm&fili
r r - a-
jr-. , t
Fwe i s
'JI km&&ut, n.
i If - km J fcflr :
it' 4lMkttiAjF hajfr
if A sliH 4 w. Ih $&
jUc.?iWi 4$ dHmtMi$
Oti , ihr w r fc t H K Ajsi pb?
MkJ fc5 nrai -3Un w. be&w fe
I krn 4IX hMt V l hi 09 4m
Mnm i Mi Xflfe 4&f
lr ?M " "?' M
, Mr w tV-. i.OK? IufcA- lMM4 ,M SfX
JeT rm, hk iiek f wIm
! I ir-. II J JW4L8s, Cm'. X
.NV I .tn M tint WJm . ltm
w m. Art, tar fSl r 8k.
. l r. .t VI . '-.,
of Ud' m IhMiw' b. if
. .4 4. .yf 'W
tt Alt iul
. jni. tl-uib. tK k aI kmmi.
r nijKiirr, ito
tMpmt. ml Ujh- nt K mt
., I " " " -.- .'V-iqnJTrOTV 'WfXTIJt
l llil T M . nlrUbi. tk..lB?. . .
' Atm TpfvL?.
4 00 I T kt! fQ?t!v4 fowl W tfvi
o . tUHlMMu!..
0 &: ' a I H. B. Snrn', ttm in:
4 j r:ikibHtm u W fvn In t4 J ft
2 j 2 eliufcb. eNinehMf msn $
A ou vonii hi'J Inj of 4iai ! y
J tj the lll!TeH,lmI lit Um antitfe( $
-t' uu! Kk1i. Ptv0k, !! m Ifomm
cm ' Ertcu jHrltir llitMriUvd nltil SB 1m
4! (w . Uin. mrh J fH qr
2 vu Wwlky Qi tn.f iiiyt4tffn, am&a
tfi tfJ j and atim. wh k mr jmw W
,'JL (X) i in.id ehiottk Ji't of tfvcy 4
i J j rnptMHi .i ?eiIty, h imtte H
i! , lHr fnvoraMy kn.n in Ucli ami
i'2 L) , ltumtir ermniy lor a qctorw nf
I - 00 1 centuiy. H h mnVfi vfcH at tfuj
0 .VJ llotUml Hotftf in B,l CWw Dorw.
2 IJ0 U-r I7th. IbM.
' 1! AVISO ron.ohdatJ ibn mo latr
JVbH - UofMr A S Wrtht kin! G. s.
AW right f cnt lrtMly my lhl n
Hyt; too Urj:rt trf(k t( &HU nrr
hrrxicht in lh. HtroiibJHsAii V.!W m.I
t.. . t. .i i , .. . . i ':
M,V ,M " Iiecl m Keil CVMMI nu
......... .., . ... ..,.., ..niiniiq ,lf ftim
you will i -urprninl ,-t Uio remarks
able chgopinm ot H xrtlv of nmU,.
H.ivixo rotlrJ fam Uirtlftplrvl.
tfi iu HeI Cloud t wottM r u my
fnends and ctmomer? thai the lnv,
will bv earned on at the ai5 p1c
and I can ajur you all Unit yoti wfil
have tx larger nock lo e4ect from. ud
ifyoti -aUIi iUare !ttliu nnd hou?,t
gool would ndvi. ytrti to anil on
Mcr. Wright Wallace.
0. H. Atitumiir.
Houc and ftrv rottm. JftA vtrU of
water, gooJ cidfr, nml uUo. Inqtiltw
of I Hi rm. j?tf
Cow for 8alo.
A number one frch ww for 3lr
cheap f.ir ciodi. ApfIy to ihn !uraW
Post-olHcu at onre, ftr a lrpin.
A good otrtj for rot AppJjr M)
DMf Mm. F. N'kwiiovmk
Shoop for Solo.
I have for ale alKut flv; hnn!feif
bigh grade SpunUb Monuo 9W,
which I will on on fbiir yar tlm? u
any rcponilli; parly, , $l to I3wr
ten per cent. inUrrt nd to b well
ciireil. Tbee hecp r all yowng and
in good condition.
D. l. I'MT
W. D. Forrete) thi eotjfrrprhsJns:
Red Cloud furniture denlfrha '"ptt-il
up a new branrlr of Industry wfmnt
nertion ivitfi hi )mine Il tutr
prorKM. to buv and 4l tncMtti Kami
inriiuure oj an ri( nni t rptuii.
Any prtiea whlun to bv. M4It or
eichangnold furniuif I be bvneiil
ed by calliag on him at hi oW UrLlf
FJtmrT Hoar? nar1
AH xho want IWir IiotikJ rail al O
M . Storey', tb? N Bi Qowd r'y-
cer He t ?oI gt Af tbe erlfbft-
etl GuhIc B'tffc flnr, fnjntjfrfrJ tor
Cohunw-t k Crary AIo ha lh !!
knoirn JJed dunii mill U?ar. tHH &
it from W reL pvArd. ?ril! dfJIrf r
! free toanr rrtof the city. Kf him
j before yoi btiy. Mm Cm. ost4 oboo
j feed ot all dii? cription, ly't forgrt
the'juace oo door toiith ofahc ksi
tng rink. IS iT
iw i i i i a m !! w ar
I Cr-wln Sxcbaxr fbrlraL
1 Well locate! Hver? la tfxX
j too! frame building, reU for 30 pttr
! month. Fries $G0, Alv 5o. 1 it-
Wmef, inx room well finihed iiijide
and ont, two lot., ferure!. tnu 1h
perfninth. Fries. Ji. Al rn
nearly opposite, Hx32 with bmmttmttn.
runmng icaicr rxiylfA. rcn for $10
per month. Price f 1000. Th prop'
my is mctimbereL Will nxrhMgz
for'faad in Wb?tr or KI WSferir
coonti Call on or tklre,
is-tf nua Ooi. jTtfc. ,
2f ow For 3oUm
tfcewckofjwdrxof (Jr. L 4)Met
of Ikit city, liare oonfoli4t4, tlir
'poatoAke sck with thu wim. aw!
wi kfea.Vr b Jbod t A)Wlt't
!WCud. xare thr.v wvm torarrr
tiMJrjaK tck mtfec vay mnI v
miatake aitoit k They wHl oVl i I
n ktiMla of n a4 faamtrnnljawwlrr,.
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