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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1885)
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FRIDAY. MARCH 20, 1SK'
A Good Bargain.
jt.fl -d hotel for bale in u growing
ii 1 roi'Joi3 town in Nebraska, on
( I'-rm-, or vsli ttady for young cat
;ir A'JUrc--! Jill inquiries to or call on
Ihk Cmu office, Red Cloud, fur fuith
tr particulars 20 4t
Henry Coolc huB just rocolvod hiii
nowetock of wall papers, tho An
na, wloctlon over brought horo.
TVrntlona. HhnfJou, unci all kinds
:' wall paper triinmluafa.
C WitKi: is in Chicago this week.
Mm K T Va JIoit.M 13 on the nek
A H Mai left for the t-nt Wuduefl-
J 1. MiM'E h ciut looking nftyr uc;v
A&V! H'ili. .Smith returned to Maiden
A H Mak&ii i"J K'nK lo Iul ' a dock
Jut W'akd. of Cowlcj, hiu liien on
th an k h-t
Kaiimi:iw liuvq coiuinciiceil their
t'nlts in JJ cute in Ked Cloud. Not
o hud after nil.
2i' 1C Ourii it in building u. now burn
IokIi'J on his larin.
Mfiri M IJihskv wili iiilin this
M'vk in linntingM
L L Km i ham will lfitat: nt iio'drei;e
:md will pi.iclicts 1kv.
F II Uesn.Y hu hecomo adi-ciph- of
l'?f Kttono and m tstudymi; law.
r-'r I'atI'.IOk's day hall at tho rink
TiH'-duy niht was ft grand nuecesi.
OUR Iri.'iul, CIiih Davirt hit hicutod
at Heaver City for thu pruclieu of btw.
Or it friend, it I' Mixer, hi moved
:nto his urn- reHideuro in tho north
illi. Itod Cloud Nutiouul Bunk have
jui in i ntui Hcroen in their bunking
Tin: Odd Fellow Imvo botigiit h lot
xiotth of tho rmk hi id propose to ereet
(Ji.o Ilii.i.ASD riinw out with h'n new
bud on thu 17th. It in a rcrv liHiidsomo
I A MobiC tuii family, itnd Will
Moriti and ftiuuly. left fot Mi:Wun
I'm: diMiioriuiio c'ntml committee
metntth' oourt house lx-t uturdny
Ho.iii ove.eerft cull ut county clerk
iitlice for road tn. hsU .and book, were
remlv Murch 1st, lSr5
J 11 McKiNLCY. of Iowu, li! bought
firm n?ur our friend, X K Worley. in
rhi Tft pHit of tho county .
hi:niD. by Kev l . O Yi'ier.
Murch 1, 18S:. Mi I.euuder N". Kdion,
and Mr. Luvcrnu N Foster
Oi'K job depnrtment hu been crowd
ed for the last few day tilling order
tor work. Wo have lately equipped
llm department with many new jtyle
if. type midair thcuorouibleJojdobrM
c1kis work nt living prices
Tame Will br an importnut meeting
of tho Webbter lomity agricultural
Mciety. A juil 4. for the purpose of
looking after the mle of the old urounds
and to fix the dales' for tho next fair.
Kwry membrr should bo pre-ent.
J Wk take pleasure in calling atten
tion to tlie rejiort of the condition of
tho lied Cloud National Hank in an
other column of to-day' paper. This
banking Iuuimm one of thr tfolid iiiati
lutioim of Ked Cloud and ia building up
Tmk Delmonico re-iUiumnt under the
I management of Mr Trimble, h now
" open, and ready for patrons. This
lerftaurant will br cunducted on firt
clasn principle and Thk Chief wihes
the Delmonico nucce-s. It n localetl
one door south o Moshr'n meat
Ma Ckose ami fmutly, of low. hao
moved to Red Cloud, and are living in
r .. . i .i..- -,Mtl nt 4 S
ilie nou-K "lie uwi um -" -
Marsh', iir Cruue intends looitmg
m the city ami will commence the
orcetion of a dwelling in a few day.
The Cmtr welcomes iheui to our prt
Thk yonngett child of Mr nd Mr
D F Truuky departed this lift on lut
Monday after an illne-s oi oni five
weekv duration. The funeral mtvu-w
occurre! on l.i.t Wolueday t the
re?idence. Kev 0 B liCiife-t. ofSciating.
Tlie body wn buried in the Ked Cloud
cemeterv Mr and Mt. Trunky hae
the heartfelt ymitby oi th.ir many
. .j -..i ..ii.. ..;.,
g menus in muir mi AiiM.i"-
THK Euter fi-tlvul which ha been
announced m the Argus of this Acck
a being held nt the Cougrog-itnmal
church on Friday evening, March J7,
ti ill ou account of Uxe G A li fir to
be held tiiat rvening, be .given on
Wednediv evening, Mrch 15. A
a..nnar win i.o ;rrvea aud exercise ai-
propriate to the occMion, proceeds to
pny for lumber, etc.. for s;dev.Hlk, .n
5-i.;,.i- . J vi'I fel tto-tt-1
Bird cngca nt Cotting'n.
Jacoh If iogkkbotiiax died on Sat
urdny. Miw I) C Mterii in riPtting in Council
Kr.v IiATiriER. of Kiverton, ku in
town Hun day.
Dok't forget thut Mnr-li :-. going to
ell groceriert flgniu.
A ki:at many new houses are being
gotten under headway.
6t I'AiiurK'a day wrm duly observed
laf t Tuesday in tlii? city.
I) F Stott how niovrd into H T Kin
sy'H hiiitic on CeJar treot-
GAHFiri.i Post G A It, udk of putting
up a hall. We hope they will.
Geese and ducks arc filing iouth.
More cold weather we pre.-. time.
Dos't forget that election takes
piaffe on the seventh day of April.
Twos Wnos. brother to W J WiNon
will zc to Michigan in a fry; days.
I'tow Piioia, plow hhoe, plow .-hoe.-,
at the Golden Eagle clothing More.
Livi M. Ckakii.i. iold hi3 farm
the other day to S K Wolcoltfor $2800
Only two ii)phc:iut' -o far for hi.
loon, viz: Harry Feightand J S Itoth
rifk M S Hai.i.aed and family have re
turned from their vhut in 'ew York
l'j.ow shoe in endless variety at the
one price. quarc dealing Golden f'aglc
What h the rr.-ujon Ked Cloud can
not be up to Jicr neighboring chie.
and have electric lights?
Si.VEiai. partiee from up the Valley
r.rre in Ibnl Cloud on Sunday attend
ing Mru Henry "h meeting.
The tin are Saturday night was well
patronized hy our people. Tho com
pany wa vT3' good and gave satisfac
tion. In another column of to-dayN pajjrr
appear an ordinance nhich is one
ytof towards organizing Hod Cloud into
Tun bridge aero?- the Republican
couth of town i- now being rapidly re
paired and a few day more passage
vwll bo open.
In l.vsG. Wrlmtrr county, as well as
all other. iill elect a county attorney
by popular vote, the oilier of ditrtct
attorney having been abolished.
MoiniAin it Fli.ton old ten car
loads of barb wire last sciyou.and their
ordeis ah eady received indicate that
their "ale for the coming ccison will
be much larger.
People who have friend in foreign
count rie, England or Canada should
3ubrriU for Thk Chij r mid pond to
them. Thi- i tbe bet mode f getting
good 't(!"r into a urw country.
'1 he eclipse on la-t Monday wr. in
vible in Red ("loud in the day was
very cloudy. IIoweer now and then
a follow could be een with a piece of
smoked glus. peering heavenward in
search of the eclipse-
To :iuht the pupil of the Red
Cloud high Hchool will give an enter
tainment at 'he rink. Tho participants
in the exenis-p-; have been preparing
fo- thr exhibition for --rvera! week,
and tin entertainment will be worthy
of n t
Joi: O luur.ii had quite an accident
the other day. Hi team took fright at
Mr HellartV residence, and ran away
throwing Joe out upon the ground, the
wagon pacing over him. Fortunately
he wa not eeriously injured, but it
might have been worse for him than it
Tnc Grand Army Post of thi city
have seemed the services of Mr. Lew
Gincer, who will on the HTlh and l!8th
give one of hi celebrated specialty exhibition-
and fun in connection with
the Post . Tins will be one of the mot
prominent events of the eason and
the people wiil do well to keep it in
intNO to the Strife Journal dige-t
of new la"wvvery minify in the state
that ha 15or, inhaoiHnts will elect in
lSsr, a register of deedVw Tho law or
iginally made it necessary tint there
be l.)iH)o population in the county, but
there was a mitake made in engro
iug the bill which made it say 1MX)
UKotead of IfuKX). The bill luus been
signed and i n law.
On lat Friday night the young la
dies of Red Cloud, organized a society
known a the Young Woman's Christ
ian Temperance Cnion, with tho fol
President Carrie HrukefieldI
Yice-Pre-ideuU: Lina Owen, Barba
ra New house, Cordui Sherer, Mi5 Mc
Millan, Etta rvuiford. Jeio Warren.
Secretary Katie Rrigle.
Treasurer Mvra Kroner.
It doe.s seem strange that we can not
have an up towu express office. The
idea of neoplc baying to walk a mile in
order to find out what it cost to .end
a package four miles. It seem to us
that it would be jut as handy for the
express company to have their office
up town a at the depou There 'is no
doubt out that their business would be
largely iucread thereby. many
package now go by mail that would
joby express if it was not for the fact
that the express office is a mile from
the husixie portion of the city.
Mrs Hkxky. who ha been conduct
ing gospel teinperancejmeetingy in Red
Cloud for several day. past, closed her
meeting last Sunday evenir.g. 5hc
succeeded :u creating quito a feeling
in the city on the subject of temper
ance and spoke each oveuing to very
largo crowds. She w a very duent and
practical qeaker and "iicccetlsin hold
ing the attention of her audience
through her entire discourse. It is un
derstood that she will return in the
uear future. During her abence tho
temperance meetings v.iu te neid once ,K8' "".-rK-pwuu .smginr;. .n j -" - """ --"oi yu.rr ou.inr? u,,,;,, t . .; T- nn :k - rv. I ir " . . : r""y'J w '-"-lac" -.
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! - er .fav v. r.rr Mr -: ; B i7 ?r,;: . Z cZT J ir : ?pt:;fsi ? ? I
Sr.ED3 at IUcker'.
Millet a-d at Hacker's.
Hair gooU at Mrs. McBriden.
Go 70 Hacker" for timothy aed.
It enowed lat Monday for a change.
ISm-cnirKi patterns, at Mn.fcMc-Bride'.-.
"lw Millinery gooda at Mrf. Mc
BriilcV. Family grccerica of all kind at
A lauoe stock of Crane'a t tationcry
Boston hron bread ami baked
lCJinwf at Hacker'e.
All kindft of fre-h vegetables at Will
Mo-her'a meat market.
All kind- of fn-sh vegetables at Will
Mof.her'i meat ncrkct.
e t . wi kin ih T'i' iviu k cur will UU.lii)
Anotheii invoice of that celebrated. . . ,,.. , . , 3
,, . ., , ,, .... , In the meantime, v illtam and John
Guide Rock flour at blorevV. . ... ,
, . " , , , ! Jones were notified to leave the coun-
AfnTiikit invoice of th.ii .1nl.rt(.f
... .. -w-w. , - .. - -
Guide Rock tlourat StorevV.
Plow.-, Cultivator-, Harrow, and
Hay Rakes, for ?ale by G. W Dow.
Wk have the goo-ls you need. Call
and be convinced .SnmjOL'le tt Fon.
Law ry, attention' Free, a bottle of j
silver poh-.h at Wright t Wallace's. J
0. H.MAUYSTrm.kcahpecialtv ofi
., " . '
line watcn repairing iii(i warrants all i
A full lino of slnvt music of all
kinds, and music books for tale by Mrs
The pay car made tie hearts of the
hoys happy on Monday with thiuing
I eon, Plow Keel, ingle-tree. Neck
yoke, and Hatle chains for ale by G
W. Dow. 32tf
HfANofiLE will putdown tubular wells
that will la?t 100 years ami cannot be
Now is the time to get your bargain
in glas.-ware ut the 5c and 10c counters
Tri'.Niw, parsnip, carrott, lettuce,
pea, beaut, radish, ami the very beat
SoriAiu.K at the ieaiden:e of Mrs. I)r
Tullev's Tuesday evening next, every
body invited to attend.
Have you reen the celebrated
Me rn-on plow.s. They are th latest
and best, Spanogle fe Son.
Ci.oVru f eed at Hacker'.
Deumoline is the finest preparation
in the market for chapped ami rough
hands, sold only by Cot ling.
Call and seeStoiey for your groce
ries and flour. He .sells flour from $ l0
to $i.&0 per hundred weight. 3Jtf
$..'). We are celling a No. 1 ten boo J
grain drill for fifty five dollais. Just
what you need. .Spnnoglo fc Son.
Call on Mrs. Travis if you wish to
take mu-ic le-sons. She can be found
at Mrs. .Spoke-field millinery store
Refresh mlstj nt half p.i-t nine at
the sociable nt Mrs. Dr. Tullev next
Tuesday evening. Ice cream served ex
tra. G a nuns ceds at Hacker's.
Miw. Tiiwi will give piano and or
gan le-son at Mr Spokesfirld's millin
ery "tore, where she has permanently
Fkli SeiFKit, C. Howe, and R. Ad
:imoii, each purchased steel wheel.
teel beam cultivator of A. A. Pope,
Henry Aniekon ha sold his inter
est in the European Restaurant to M.
S. Marsh, and will turn his attention to
Fin.i) DruuiE's little son is recover
ing rapidly from hi- lute sieknes.
The Chief is glad to be able to chroni
cle the fact.
Rev. Geo II Brown would like to
find the party who took his pocket
book from the Baptist church. It had
10 and dome valuable papers in it.
Mrs Travi ha permanently located
at Mrs. Spoke-field' millinery store,
where she will tench organ ai.d piano
music, al-o will sell all first-cla-s musi
Service .it tho Mo:hodit church
?o.0s follows: Sunday school at 10 a.
in.; prevailing at 1 1 a. m, i!o at 7-.10 p.
in. Prayer imtUl Thursday evening
at 7.H0. A cordial welcoftlP to all.
The pa-t week G. W. Shui. H- A.
Fink, Jno Hovel. James PaiViU
Geo Solum and Jno Bean have fixed
themselves for a corn crop by purchas-.
ing each a Buckeye cultivator, of A
Pope, the past week.
The social to be given by the I-a
AM Society at trie home of Mrs. J
HosmerV. Friday evening. March
has been postponed till Tuesday
March 24. and will be given at
idence of Mr. Dr. Tullev's.
Few farmer realize the
to be derived from the u-e of
leM. ho notice it Lea
Raney each drawing home
Feed mill. We learn by inift
Mr. Pope ha old 77 feed rail
the past eao
KvKr.Yuoivr buys the Avery .-piral
knife stalk cutter, the very bcit on
earth. During the past week JnAMc
Callum. R McCal'um. 1 Terry. J X
White. E V Chance. Geo Coon, E C
Hubble, C. Bradhaw, and W:Q Hefci.
purchased Avery cutter.
Li?t of letters for tho week ending
March !G l$5- Eiri T. ArnoM, A- S.
Frenk, Mts. Lot Foster, ML. LUHe
Girt, Geo. P. Haywood. T- F. Hicker,
Geo. Johnson, M. W.StilL-er. Mr. P. L
Stoup. and Katie smith i Thee let
ters will le sent to the dead letter tilice
April 13 I$j, if not deltver-sl beibr.
At the Gospel temperance meetings
on Monday night, there was a good at
tendance. The meeting led by Mn
Springer, addres by Rev. Lenfet.,rlhe
j Future of the Republican rallev. Who
shall controll it f followed by short
TWlrla Ca-Kk LjrztlilBt.
Our Blue Hill correnpondent part:
"News reachtd xa Sunday afternoon
that at about one o'clock tli4t morninc
a mob of about SO or 60 men took Tho
.lone and Aim TvJor from their home
on the Blue 1 mite ast of Spring
Ranch and hung them to an iron
bridge a fer rod diUnU ThLa Taylor
out:! i. together with other rowdi who
associated with them, were supposed
to hav been implicated in recent dep
redation commuted in that vicinity,
also in the murder or Edmn Robert
which tranpired aiout a month ago.
The bodies remained hanging until 2
p m., Sunday, n'ticn an inquf-?t was
held. Four other parties were in the
houe at the tin e, and were bound and
guarded umil near daylight, and three
I fkf tttntn ixva ff t r lr- tlA 'nMt.
. :.i- in i rt .
iry wiunn & uay. j ue iwo Iiung
were given a short time, which they
occupied in praying, then the rope was
pin ceil about their necks, lied to-tring-er
of the bridge and at a given signal
were phoved off. Torn Jones' neck
wa broken, but his M-ter. Mrs Tavlor
1 tflttfwl flirt rnrn'IJA iIa(Ii 9 .a... Y
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CoOKINO Cl.in IU.NQCLT. On Ivt
Tuesday evening tho ladie of the Reil
Cloud cooking club, gave their first
banquet, at the reide.ice of Mra W.
D. Forrester. Tho memlers of the
club, tboir husband and friend, to
the number of about thirty-five, were
present, and the evening was nio-t
pleasantly spent in ocml conerHt;on
mtersper-i'd with rnu-ic At a proper
time the ladies spreud a mo-t delicious
and magnificent collation of eatables
before their guest-, winch received am
ple justice at the hands of all who had
the pleasure of being preeent. The
occasion was one of tlie most pleasant
social entertainments that it h been
our pleasure to attend in Rod Cloud,
and we believe that all of tho guests
heartily coincide with the above senti
ment. Tlie first banquet is only one
of a series that tht ladies propose to
give in the near future and our report
er suggests that they be niaay and
very near together.
Mr Lew Ginolii hns arrived and has
taken the management of the G. A. R.
fair, and by the wiy tho citizens are
nobly responding to help the'Old Vet
erans" this promise- to be the greatest
eveut in the nnnaU of Red Cloud. We
hope the boy will build a memorial
ball to the memory of James A. (Jar
field that will be an honor to them
and to tho city. Thi they will im
mediately do if the citi7ens continue
to lend their .-n-i-tanee as they have
begun. Several hundred dollars hue
bren already donated in articles, for
distribution a present to those hold
ing admission tickft. Next week we
will publish a list of the nrticles, their
value and she namci of thiM donating
A New Industry Messrs J A Lope
man and Geo Hagen, of Iowa, are now
in the city. These gentlemen came to
Ked Cloud for tbe purpose of starting
a nursery, and have rented a piece of
Itnd from Mr. Kd Smith tor that ptir
jK)e. Thk Chief tikes pleasure in
welcoming the-c gentlemen to Web
ster county, and wo feel sure that they
Will lw well repaid for locating in the
Republican Valley. If there is any
place in Febraka where they need a
go"-l nursery, and where one will pay
it is in Red Cloud. The gentlemen
propose to raie their stock and will
therefore be able to recommend it to
their patron. We wish them success
and j rosperity.
Rev. II. McMcek.
isn en irfffn
filedical aspect Of
question. H discuss
gin, 'nature and effects of
vm the human constitution
Scientific standpoint, lhe ar-
s presented against the use of
I were hacked by illustrations
hed by experiments; and results
by careful and laborious re-
. and"" -elfrSW .carnr
iyuviction to tho minds of his hearers.
n the value and importance of scrip-
ral temperance to all classeg of socie
ty tlio lecturer gave no uncertain
It Was a Cat
It was the cat.
The anthracite flew at;
It hit him just abaft the tail,
He uttered an unearthly wail.
And into the atwoaphere did sail.
His heart is broke.
He cannot croik.
No more he clirobe the back yard
Ac braves the terrible consequence
Of bootjavlrs chairs and flyinf coal,
Tliat sUrs him Yo-'avvy soul.
And cates him to thegissjBi to roll
Solcmon, Gooxeluni, TommjHX s
Miss A. O'Bnnc desire to in form her
friends and patron that the is prepar
ed to recieve orders for icakme ladies'
md children '1 costumes, polonaise,
wrap etc, fr.-nu the bet approved mcI
el. Al-o huhe' under garment titled
and made to order. Rooms m Baurn's
building, nor.h Main Street Res Clud.
The armnal meeting of the 3Iarin I
burial board will izxa pi.-d on Mon
day, 31 arch 30. 1$$5. io the Kent chool
house, at 7 o'clock, P M, for the elec-
a r-'irien Tra sai a "TiTiniaasi ii rwiiins'ii m . . i
in the Primary department of Red
Ooud Public School. Friday March ,Ti.
Busy work. C d s.
Oral Lnnguag DCUs.
Reading and dicUtion fppiHng
Numl-er lr'ons.A B C Grades.
Exhibtticn of Kindergarten work.
Reading by B Cla.
Writing by C CUs.
Language by A Class .
Kht?ricals and diplty of works.
Ell. A PiTam. Teacher
Spelling and Language Iwaons A anj
Reading by B Grade.
Reading, A Grade.
Concert number lejon in multipli
cation and black board cxerci-e by A
and B Grade.
Writing Practice in Tracing.
Rhetorical! at I p. m
Myka BruwER, Teacher.
Patrons snd fi lends are cordially in
vited to be present. Visitors rtciuved
at all hours.
eaa:tR( Elnk Monoaj, Msrh 33
I'ncle Tom at the Opera House ltit
nuht. Maon t Morgan's popular
Un lo Tom Cabin Co. appeared at
the Opera House last night to the larg- j
e-t audience in the aeaon. Standing
room wa-'at a premium. Severaljpartic.
have given interpretation- of the above
threadbare but ever popular drama
l'ero on previous occasion, tut we can
consientiously say that Mivrs. Masou
A Morgan gave Us the mst correct and
boat reprcaetit'ition of tho play that e
have ever witnessed. They seem to
never tiro Kittening to tho recitals of
the wrong- inflicted upon the cedored
people in slavery day-, and little Eva
awakens the sympathy of all who h-t-en
to the words of truth a spoKtm by
one of the Lord's ihoson anweN. As
we mentioned betoro tho cast was ex
cellent throughout not a wait or hitch
occurred during ttse evening, ami we
cheerfully commend Mesrs. Mason A
.Morgan and their admirable combina
tion to tho public in general, as being
the finest orgamzition now travelling.
Admi-iiou 2j,35, ac50 cts. RcerTcd
seats at Cook's. Omaha liejmbhftm.
Singular and Significant Circum
stances. The fact that Morhart .0 Fulton sell
more wire than all of their competitors
put together, and from about 10 cars
sold lusf year, not one spool has been
returned to claim the unlimited guar
anty accompanying every spool sold
by them and are not forced to the un
willing admission of tho inferiority of
their goods by claiming that theirs "are
equal to the best." Have in transit
two car loads, which are absolutely
Rial unquestionably the very best in
use, and so acknowledged and lendors
cd by the public, Our mammoth stock
of ranges and vapor stove are the ad
miration of all who aee them. 3lw4
Report of school district 5S, for
month ending March G, I8S5. No. en
rolled 32; average daily attendance 14;
Hie following are the names of thoe
pupil whoe standing for the month i
95 or over, Lulie Barber, Sylvester
Friahie, Wi'he HeflIelower, Lena
Wrench, Hannibal Bennett
O. H. Maryatt is the reliable and
cad ing jeweler of Red Cloud.
tubular wells, at
Everybody to come and esaznine tlie
goods on the 6c and 10c counMt at
Forresters. Two doors south of Mc
Farland'i. Ir you wish to see the finest line of
nl re and masonic jewelry just froas
Mexico cHJ t Mi7W, jhry etor
within the nV ten Ur
lection rcrireN ' to ',
c-...rv . .v:? fresh
uirMiLU mic auiw.
cow, with red spot, brand "Tr
a ?;iw.i M..4 ,.rj .- -.oder. Ad-
d Thomas Asdenoa, tehP00'
Kelt: 32 2Cf v
m wwa4 c..i&4va uubicu am u.t
Ktootioa 2f otk.
Notice is hereby given thai an tlec
tion will be held ai the cmrt-boasw in
the village of Red Cloud, on Tuesday,
April 7, 1885, for tbe purpose of elect
ing five trustees of said village of Sed
Good, on which day the polls will be
opened at 9 o'clock a. , aad eoatiaoe
open till 7 o'clock p. a. a prorided by
law. A, J. Krxsrr, Village deck.
'Sam&&! hereby girea to lit wko
expec. to texen V tjXoounty the com
ing season, that I will .'aW a special
j examination at my oiUce ia KIUcud
Thursday, April 2, l5, ccmmencjiijl
at 9 . m. C Vi HrxiNCEB,
221 Coranty Supennteadent.
I Do.rVeLihn the largest stock in the
state, bat have plenty of fresh new
good. The latest designs in everything
kept in a fifrt dt&s jwclre eiabtjb
tticai. O H MaErarr.
Itch and scratches of erry kind
Spring tirn h com gentle Antra,
and all natur- r-av m r?e.
Tli" Rev Vrwcnm hod - uitirr
o I lra-nt Htli JoVjn at j-cripuirrtl
mtracl! throfl or Uiz y Ul ir:
when wjlJ the rt in" the curcu eine
SrbooJ end'"! mthcr ahruMlr in N"
15 th-olhr dv anil Mi licxn i Rod
Cloud u up tlir rol wbrre Mr.
Phillip Iail itdTn'
It u rkl tbt lhe enrlv bird falcbe
worm, !m Miller ha. lghn frmng
!! rrntrr ekcth ntbcr pice
Mr Gt-o Brwn h moved to the Jor
It i hotKi that the lrceum at No 15
will either thw ut r freere out son, (
I'v nothtn to m .wi the question. Us j
becomm:: monotonous anI lhe people
w.nt a chngr
Mis- Acne- ahnler n t C C "Vn'
quite !' iutig fever Mr Trunky
has v-ry ick ct ikl
Tho person ihat took !r Scott' bug
gy harness from the l;o in Ar:x.y
ill ssetro"ible and exposiirr b :e
For pure citsiln- and conduct un
brcomins the chiWren ef cfiritiAi p.i
rent. PliM-ant Hill ha a Ww U
thst tnk- the crtkc. it is their chief de.
light to disturb am gathering thai may
have the fortune to bi curn-tl i'b
thnr presence Uiuroh, lyceum. pvll
ing s-hi! ar all nltVe disturbed f
iho-e youns rough' In fact they hve
nr rejct for law and orner in anv
place or nmler nnv circumstances. tnf
thu people hi general Imvo fetdved to j
tiid it no more and, if tbev persist fur
ther in their conduct they will le
dealt with according!
" E X POUNDEU.
The farmeri jire busy 'owing wheat
and oai. Winter wct is looking
Mr Ladcrhrand brother George ha
come here frm Ibluot-, al-o hU fitber
in-law, Mr Coon They hvo come to
'flie ri'ViralJineptings nt Mt Hope
have cite cd. 13 c inverts joined the
Geo Reed's brother wa around tl.ee
part trime. to bur a farm
We n-Hlce Win lUrrett ha been dic
ing out a cellar and ha got the rKL
on the ground ready to lay He pro-
n to have it I'ix'Jil. We wonder if
he will put a frame on top of tt.
Some of tbe boy- drove tlumi to the
river with bd- of ceirn ami wheat
thinking to cro- on the ferty, but
thev had Ui brut. their load back to
Mr Cnarles StefTen i building a new
We still hear the hum of tho thresh
ing machine In our neighborhood
Some of our lny got into a field,
and one Pad to pv 'J2 cot Don t
ilo it again boys, it look bad.
Put on your linen pant
Wm Householder boa two very nek
On lat Saturday we were vtPited
with a very unwelcome prairie fire
om eorn vet in the fields
Pat Burn i hippy it's a loy.
Mr Rle hard-, of Wells, gaye the lit
erary a good talk on Frtdy night.
Mr A K Mills gave Plinview one f
his interesting b-ctures Monday even
ing entitled "Reib-ction? of Life." Wo
clas linn wtth the best aa a lecturer.
Our Ittcrnfy cljsel rndrcv night.
1,11 Ruit wx among us lat week
i i ' -
Mr Spanogle it 'son of Red Cloud
are putting down n tublar well for Mr.
Emigration from Champaign county
Illinois still contmue!to tbi part of
Welrster county, several fatinhe com
tngin thtt last three week".
Some ene i'- in favor of "ending for
John L Sullivan of Boston to teach
our neat school.
We h id the pleasure of looking over
Codman V Whitney's rsnch by J B
Poyner the foreman. Wc aw some
very fine Abenb en Angu tattle aUo
omes fine calve- They have about
I ;() sheep ready for the markrt C ct
W went to considerable expense U
make'stock raising pay and they de
The grey goose flew north, the March
snows aro flying fanners sow your
whrvat in thi month.
Tbe new houve are going up on all
Harvey Chmhrs i hauling lumber
rofSb4 new houe.
Joseakitarr has h: house complet
ed. SamCbambers te jat pr?7anng to
J sTiper is going to arm LadV Oow
L. D.Thomaa has bought tbe wtrw
to make htm a pasture
Charier Reynolds w ptttttftf doam a
Mr Mars pulled oat for Kansas.
Ira Palrick will tooa start for tke
Another dance is ooa to be.
Our impkaient rota are donsf A
f Vjshinr busmen.
rNleT GrifiB. of Ninden. ie aHiag
I "V Jr. Wu m1 taaiajai fekla
wf- . nee at tha rink Xessday aigM
1dr..o-aidering tbe aoads
waa a wct,'ttlr
t3oofthe w iotendst to naore l
Intiannlft atartai t
ffageiatbe . ft'y w for Hm
Dc Vatcia an!xA raaTlii m ruk
past three tsuib,, ffmB.
W m .- mm mm- a I
Creek precinct, tntt: H.- Wilae afei
nnTPri miiiVai. -
Wm IVrahvde and rr ir tum l
. iaa.aaafc I
www. in. rr,
Xi'CrU(nm tfimdm i
hi three tN jr Km ereek.
sever KeauMavv-aa iitsw ta
his father-in-law 3L ifrsai
BIueHtlL " r
Will McCord ha rented O-et hbHeyj
rarm tiv mciaer iir. ftaanika
i is keeping hoav io? him.
John Hec y i aocimg arocmd os
one foe he trie! to bore fcole in the
ether one with a w."i augur hut week.
A Mr Howard froea M&aourt kaa
neii were io oe seen irnveiiuc rrrv . , r . . r , t u i
i- .i i. . . ,i ..... i I'O'id of truet of th village of Rel
direction with rapidity.to sv-their in-'.. , v K
teret from destnn tton. It gave G Pi v . . . , ,. ,, , . .
CatherV timber clam, a mournfull lAk I ." n M I. PJ " ', S o
and destroyed several hav rtacka and I "l."f ,.n,M !vi.n M U.rrnt U tU
t . . . . - ... . !
i Iirrv ae scare
It u hrvai that lh 9cntt jvwt cm1.-
, i eourJnne at it ss of msch ea)ua u
Tbr v I.nt!e rir? if? f HnchJn.
v whi Trec:tl m tnkm hr
homitiere the tctl few tar.
0 F rVrmironrt lr" Tted i
farm of J M idUnl
Sfno;; work ! ctimts-ocsj l-u
there i cft dai of corn U Ix cU.
The Cprinc md h?ca!h awtir;s1
the rxirr :hi !ept trn tbe b!.
And tbe tW ht-vj htj in t,Kr tro
ti.r, . nd ftnk fifths idn
rj,, --.id Wmtr rinir Ksc rntxuii
a moasteroiis VtT, r-cxi.o ih n-
f?i?enr of brrgKt s"ttt. ntr
Why de rmT tv; rrHibirnr
it preut :n I tt'd.itj ah nnjMfl
baJl when nt'irs inrhf. tJt th
tnce i pwdnr and tbe cf! twg
uelledtir to the Awfulby
Ir-e Jlock of wild gerr went oortbr
Hit? fictfttie for crmsffij; the rirrr
ee o furor ll Mtuidav . lhal mnj
pesp!c fAtlol to rvtrh Hrxi Cloinl
".rn Joi'kim; t the onler of the day
in manv place Eastern people ar
ni n& tistoniesl lo ejtig hukfnc and
plowing dope at Jhe frame time, a thing
rt unuul ) re thi anting. Ttu
rrop n?i o larc that It could not all
be cthcrI in the fll
.v me of our neighbor had their po-
Stck i bulking better thancotumon
at this cfton.
IU v Armisteat! reeeiTed a- a prerent
on Saturd. entg from hl friend a
Nsrtlltlful bik mil of dotbe Hi
reached on u:m1t morning fi of
it let ermo from the 'ol.
"Sanctify them through thv tiuih; thy
word t truth ' S V. Coa.Naa
Farmer have Commenced spring
Mr Harvrv jm. returned front her
vitt in Red loud
J Harrev e i peels hi" daughter from.
Iowa this week
Mr Brook ha old hi farm to Mr
Tabrr father of Mr- O R Pitney.
Mis Uzfie Mclnish hn rnndfri
twentv live and tbe ech)l is ititing
Elder Ptfvin will hold meetitia ai
this puce next week
Mr Ricker will oon mote to hn
farm near Kiverton
G A HattonaudMr Brill went to
Knnas last week to get land
A visitor nrnved at W Mmltba, it It
a flue girl baby
An 0riinave.To prvide for the
auuexatioti of various ntldinon lo thci
Village of Rcxl Cloud, to-wit. Case .
MeNeny -, J kaou'r. Corler'" aecond.
Lotz . Rail ItOtol, and Radchtrs addl
tin t Red C'ood.
llr t crtn'd. bv the chairman and
lescrtbeil as Cjuo A. McNeny'a addition
to ftcd Cloud be nnt the same la here
by declared auttecod to the corporate
limit's of -aid village of Red Cloud.
t-c. '2 That all that part, parcel and
t let of land lying adjarrnt to the vil
lge of Red Cloud and known and d-
crl i! a Jarkooa addition to Rd
Cloud be, and the arno is bcjrebv d
claril annexed to the corporate limns
of ald village of Red Cloud.
Sec 3 That all that part, parcel and
tract of land Iving adjeent to thw vib
lage of Red ('loud am! known and de
aerihcd a Garber's "eeontJ addition lo
ReI Cloud be, nod the mid is hereby
J declared annetiil to the corporal
limit of said vrlige of Rel ( !otd.
See 4 -"IImI all tbt psrt.pnrrej and
tract of land lying wljarenl lo the Vil
lage of Red Cloud and known nd de.
cnll Luit addition lo Red Cloud
le, and the tiie he rebrdeclarei! an
nexed to the rorjforate limit of ald
village of RmI (Jond
See ! That all that pari. prcej rJ
traet of and Iving adjAeent to lh rie
l.tge of Red Cirvod, and krvnn and dr.
-rde4 n the Rail Hf adciiticn t
Rel Clotld be, nod tb- tin" I hereby
declarel Miuieimj to ihc corporate lim
its of "aid Vlgr Of Red fOwi
Sc oTliat all that psrtjj.arcei and
tract of bind lying adjerii u the vil
lage of lied Cloud, and kilo's it od de
scnled a Rodrlitf addition to Rel
Cloud be. and the same i hereby de
clared annexfsl lo the corporate
limit of aid village of Kyl Cloud
H-e 7 Th orthiiarice ahall take ef
fect nd lie in force on aruJ aftr ite
adoption and publication as proTi!d
R. L. Tittr. Chm'n.
A J Kc5Jt.T. Clerk
JJmU&m: at PubV Sal at the Urm
knowntsTlliaJQMs Adam Urmt thrs
miles ith-ejta Ifmltm. ov.-
At ten o'da. A. Jt, tim &
Ttropnr. rlti 25 eefHt cows; II twe-
year-:! steers; i two yew-m poms-is;
I to-ysar e44 bull; lSyearlig. fi
Hsrrvwa. Caltivstor. Cum PUfr.
Mowing MacJiine, Hayrak, and iUas?
fum is4ew-a. TttlM. ! af
ieaa Osae ti csfc. f. ae orf a eradst
off ineiftM will la riven r a ay raw
ad mmrkv smrmg lier rent ffMarsat..
M mt aewt. ccjih ser emwrn.
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