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TlaewMwken Lore and I ijtai
Amid.kfch castlrfl bnllt by Fnnc
Ob nfyblf when L'gbtB of glimmering etazs
On cummer's frcgi&at air,
Time cfltnc wheal both
asd I eank down to-
When from the darh I rose, b Bpoctcr lhcro
Bcuido mo Btood; 1 ?azcd tud vrondcrec
jbugbt toft could o'er fern: fair.
1 HiMa SUIer Jn the Uoston Transept.
RED CI.OUD BOOMS !
jEVT BUILDIN.QS !
Mmrj nd IVUUan as Xasrof.
' Mary was shown to be L.c ccniDioaest
name of eiL It distinguished 5,819
out of the 5D.00CI called as witncss-
es, and desimated a larger number of
individuals than auv oilier appellation,
male or female. William caaio next,
naming 6,590 ort of the number men
tioned. The predominance of theso
two names may ere this have been ren
dered somewhat less striking than it
was; but it Is unlikely to have been
largely modified. It forcibly exempli
fies the way In which the passing on of
prasenomina for personal reasons will
efface their original associations. Mary
Is the great saint name of the later
Middle Ages, owing its original popu
larity to the exaggerated reverenco
Eaid in these days to the Mother of our
onL ,'Yefc fiifrSefonnation itself, fol
lowei1yParit3ti wa3TowcrleoS to
dislodge it from the pos'tion which pre
Reformation views had assigned to it,
for it had already become deeply en
deared to the people by family U3age.
Hence the denominational expression of
Manolatry was lately, and probably 13
now, the corcmoncatnamcij Protestant
England. William came to this coun
try as a baptismal appellation with the
Conqueror, whc3e "might made right
800 years ago." ft was pre-eminently
unlikely considering the conditions of
its introduction, to sccuro popular ap
proval. But in time personal rssocia
tion won fort a victory as decisivo as
its ducal-bearer had won for Normandy
at Hasting The many loading men
who bore the Conquerors name passed
it on largely no doubt to those of lower
rank whr loved their service; the same
went on in humbler circles still. At
last, by 'repetition, William became so
common teat it originated, as it is said,
'more surnames than any other baptis
mal appellation. A statement of its
chief cognnmmal derivatives may inter
est some readers. Thero are Williams
and Williamson to begin with. Then
the abbreviation Will has produced
Willes, Willis, Wills, Willson, and Wil
son. The diminutive Guillemot of
Gwillot has led to Gillett, Gilliat, Gil
lot, Gillott, and ctber forms, whilo
Wiliamdt, the more English version of
that diminutive, has given Wilatt, Wil
let, Wiliert, Willott, Wilmot, Wilmott,
&c. Again, in connection with the pet
fihaps3 of the name are the surnames
Bill, Billoon, Uilson, Weeks, Wickens,
Wickonson, Wickerson, Wickcson, Wil
cock, Wilcockson, Wilcox, Wilcoxon,
Wilkins, Wilkinson, Wilks, Willcocks,
Willey, Willy, and Woolcock. Good
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She Tail and Muscles of tho Whale
But potwith Frty.n d Ihg theso important Improvcmetrts
ORHART & FULTO
red ware Merchants
OF RED CLOUD,
Have the LAEO EST and Most Oornploto stock of
The power df Ibis tremendous pro
pulfory apparasJs almost beyond
conception. JpRrttght cf a full-grown
whale may bo appreciated when tho
reader rciiccts that tho famous elephant
Jumbo" v:ould havo to bo multiplied
many times before his weight would
equal that of a largo whale. Yet tho
late CapL Scott, Iloyal Kavy, told mo
that wben on tlie quarter deck of hi3
own ship ho repeatedly saw tho whales
leaping in mere play so high out of tho
water that the horizon was clearly vis
ible under them. Now, dipt. Scott
lived to bo nearly 100 years old, and
whon he was in active scrvicu tho quar
ter dock of a man-of-war was at least
80 feet abovo tho water; add to this
measurcmcut his own height, (he beiug
rather a tall mau.) nnd tho reader can
then appreciate the terrific power of the"
animal's tail. I may here mention that
this habit of springing out of tho water
is called "broaching" by whalers. Be
sides tho great muscular apparatus
which has just been mentioued, tho
whalo po?seaos another muscle which
surrounds tho botry; it is scicntilically
and happily called tho "jmnnicuhts
earncsus" or "fleshy rag" and is de
veloped ia various ways, according to
the animal. It is withhis musclo that
ue aog suaucs ui" sum wnen no comcf
oat of tho wale-.
ery powerfully developed in
nable it to coil itself into tho spiky ball
with which wo aro so familiar. Tho
manis, armadillo, and echidna also pos
sess it and use it for a similar purpose.
Man has but very little of it, tho chief
vestige being the muscles of tho face,
which give to tho human couutcnauco
its changing expressions. The whalo
wants it for two purposes. He wants it
to enable him to bend his bodya func
tion easily observed in the dolphins as
they curvo tjeir graceful course through
the sea; but chiefly ho needs it because
by contracting it ho can mako his body
heavier than a corresponding bulk of
water. This ho has no difficulty in do
ing, and whon he wishes to seek Iho
Borfaco he has only to relax tho pros
euro, when tho body regains its original
6lz3 and becomes lighter thau tho pro
portionata bulk of water. "By means of
this mnscle tho hippopotamus, tho ele
ptaiit, and the soaican sink themselves
below tho surfaco and rise agaiu with
out moving a limb. For want of it man
cannot penona this feat, and tho best
swimmer in the world would sot be
able to sink and rise again to tho sur
face without moving hand or foot.
IftcJtetx J. G. Wood,
Tho hedgrehojr has it
. Mile. Corlin, who won tho prize at
the late.beauty show ia Paris, is twenty
jean of ago and a native of that city.
To whom it may concern: This is
to certify that the undersigned took
up", on Tuesday, May 19, 1SS5, one jray
horse four years old, stiff in front feet,
awainied in one shoulder, knot left
hind lag, and shod in front. Said ani
mal was taken up one milo south of
edlXoud.Ifthe horse is not re
deemod in six months from date here
of he will bo disposed of as the law di
rtcta. 445w Johjt Buaarr.
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limh flam, Ciikr j, Barb Wir
3STails, Rope, Window screens, &c.
In tho Republican Vnlloy. V7 keep only tho BEST goods and soil
cheap as th030 firms that carry an inferior stoak. Got our
prices before you ouy and you will save manor
. m. W
H ' Eow0t
S Cowles. "Webster Co., Nebraska.
7E'.f? T cnn Hfrflnt for tho cnunlx. for
Is sole agent for tho county, for
A flrst-claS mill Jn every re3psct and guaranteed to give satisfaction
It has a relief on pump that no other mill has, and therefore
save ; tho groat sfratn en pumps. Is also agent for tho
WeU-known Trahern Pumps I
This is the best pump on the market. Also sell tho Enterprise wind
mill. See him before you buy a mill or pump as it will more
than pay you. Remember a guarantee gDes with evory
mill IsolL Call on or address
W. H. Howe, Cowles, Neb.
Faints and Oils
Those who aro going to paint or paper should not fail to call on
purchasing material. He keeps only first-class Goods and
warrants them as represented. A full lino of
Drus and Medicines,
And tlie most complete stock of Stationery
in the city. Call and see.
NOTICE IS II
clcs of Inco
proper oalws., '-1
tlVF.X THAT AltTI-
n have, been filed in the
imc of said corrioniliop Is
Xt!ir.isKa.J'Uinlrri:oini:iiy. lis irinciai
clcs or liicorixini
ilace ol trausiicniiK business, lttnl Cloud. Ne-
OftufaVd for I !m purpose of tniiisact-
itta I8SKv imsiuess, :uni in ouyiiik uiki
l JtmuawTouiis ;uiii iiiL-i-i-niiiiui. iur-
inir a tieiife:
tabling Ui'rWo,-luolmlin;?eoal, at the town of
JCed Cbiud. wltb branch yards and oftlecs at such
other towns as the board of directors may des
iKiiate. With :i capital stock of one lnmdred
thousand dollars, to be paid in as directed l
tlie boanl of directors, within thirty days Iron
date of subscribing same, and iKiwer to fncreas
said capital stock to two hundred thousand dol
lars. The business of said corporation to com
ineiiee on thu 1st dav of IVbruarv. ltt. and cdn
tlnue until Mic lsfylnv of Fcbruarj", 1SW. Tin
highest amount oflndobtedness or liability t
which said corporation Is at any time to suluVi
itsself shall be one half tho amount of capita
stock paid in. Thebu.sbiess'of said corpora ion
shall be coudiic ed by a board of seven director
K. D. Jqxks. President,
Notice of Incorporation of tho Red
Cloud Homstead, Building and
OTICE IS HKKEHY (SIVKN THAT ThE
t foJlowiiiK named persons. to-vit: .1. II.
Kellos. A S -Marsh. M l McXitt. W I) Forrest
er. D 11 panole, A H Ka'.ey, A C Hornier. W
Jo.vvvn, 2i llinicy, FJ Iteynold". L II Wallace
and AL Funk, have associated themselves into
Tills asswiation shall be known as the Ked
Cloud Homestead lUiildlUR and Loau Associa
tion. . . .
Tlie principal place of transacting the business
of said association shall be at Ited Cloud, Xe
bniska. This association Is orcanlzed for the purpose
of raisin;; money to he loaucdamon the mem
bers of siicli corjorAtton for use m buying lots
or bouses, or in buildlnp and repairing, or re
moving incumbrances from houses, aud such
coriM)rition shall be authorized and ciiiowzred
tA ie-A', assoss and ollect from Its members
such sums of monv. bv rotes of stated dues.
linos, interest ou loans advanced and premiums
bid bv znsnibers for the ntrlit of nrecelence in
diking loans, as the corporation by its by-laws
shall adopt; also to acquire, bold, encumber sum!
convey an e
euch real estate and personal proper-
icugsu io u on s
tran-jfercd to It
ty as may be lostithnatelv pledged to It on such
loans, or mav oinenviso ue
th? course of its busbies?.
The capital stock of tin's association shall bs
Fiva Hundred Tonusaiul Dollars, divided into
live thousand shares orotic Ilnndted Dollarsr
to Lc paid up in installments of l9 cents ier
month onc:ich fcarcof stock in tlie manner pro
vided bv the bv-laws of this association.
Jjald shares shall consist or Five Series of One
Thouand fchnres each. Tlie first series to be
issued upon tho completion of this organita
t ion; the -lid, Jrd.4th, and 5th only when each
frnier series shall have been taken and by a
majority vote of the stock holders.
This :iS30ciaticu shall organize, and commence
business when 00 shares of the capital stock
shall be subscribed, and shall continue for twen
This association shall not incur more than
$100 Indebtedness at auv ono time.
''"he business of f.iis association thall bo man
aced by a bcuird ct seven directors who shall 1-c
elected, as provided by the by-laws of this asso
ciation. The board of directors shall elect one of their
number as President, and one as Treasurer, and
one as secretary, and troai the stockholders they
shall elect an attorncv and three auditors, whose
duties shall bo defined bv the by-laws of this as
sociation, ja. H. Mcmtt. President,
kh Sonford & Myer:,
Stone and Brick
Estimates and mater
ials all fbruisli8d.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA
Sorhart & Fulton,
HAVE ESTABLISHED A
Hard wake Store,
Fortlie accommodation of tho people of that
vicinity. Thev are fullv prepared to give the
people of Wells ami vicinity just w hat
they want in the line of
And In fact evenlhlnc can be found at. ur store
that is usually kept in a first-class hoi.se.
We would be pleased t have ioople call o. us
when in need of hardware. Our prices wl
always be reasonable and in keeping with
the demand of the times.
Wcvery respectfully solicit vonr trade hoping
that it will prove beneficial to both.
MOKIIAKT & FULTO.V.
1 0000 Acres
B. & M.
Webster County at from $5 to flO
Improvea and Unimproved Farms
on easy terzm.
Several "Well Watered Stock
Ranches at bargains.
O. W. KAT.FIY, Agent,
Red Cloud Nob
A New Millinery Store
Mrs. S. F. SPOKESPIELD,
HaIng recently purchased tho Milllnory Establisnment of Mrs. Fow"
ler, is now ready to exhibit tho
Latest Styles in Millinery, Hats,
She also keeps a variety of
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Corsets. Neckwear,
And every thing in the millinery line.
Will also furnish the ladies with Fancy
Chenillee. Banner rods &c
Work Materials fcr ras ceo
Call and soo hor.
J. S. Noll, Proprietor, Red Cloud,
Office With A. L, Funk, opposito tho Piatt & Froos Lumbor Co.
In Webster county, Nebraska, and Smith and Jewell counties, Kan-
sae, on reasonable commissions.
10000 Acres Wild, Improved, and
Unimproved Farms for sale on
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w, m. VISSCHER,
House, Sign and Decorative Painter
Has returned from Kansas aau is prepared to do all klnns of
Painting & Decorating,
BESIGafS JTWB 1130BSATIJ"0.
Halls. Churches and Trlvate KesU'enees. made nnd executed hi t!u.Mot ArthtL Manner In Oil
Distemper or Paper, All materials furnished If desired and all work warranted to irhe
satisfaction' Work solicit id from all parts ot tne ctate. Call on adlrc.HH
W. M. VISSCHER. Red Cloud.
fc Free Co
COAL LUMBER ETC.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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D. C. MYKMf tmtwmm
MARBLE and GRANITE WORKS
Good stock and fine work is our niott Jl
and prices to suit the times. If in need o
anything in our ine do not fail to call and
examine our specimens.
OFFICE AND YARD. Corner Elm St. and Fourth Av.
BED CLOUD, NEB
The Guide Rock Flouring Mills
COLUMBIA & CO., Proprietors
Guide Rock, Webster County, Nebraska
AHS GOUSTAJfTLY M ANtI FACT OINQ TUB
FINSET QBADSS OF
Family and Patent Flour. M
From tho vory boBtmntorlalts, which thoy aro wholowillnirto th
at hard pan prlcoo. Thoy (ruRr&ntoo their flour.
Corrcspondonco solicitod from dealers lu Nabraaka nd Kan
C. B. UOSFORD-
G. M. YOUXC.
Hosford & Young
Highest Market paldjin oash. Eg-gs in season from tho flno3t Plymouth
RockFowles. Ordors solicited.
Up Tovn Headquarters at Gatos' Moat Market.
W GROCERY HOUS
S. V. LUDLOW.
Where will ho found everything in the grocrv luof ttch
Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Sirups,
Fruits, Bacon, Ham, Dried
Cliccae and Crackers, Tobaccos, Cipira, Flour, Feed, OIm and Qucjnwi
Hoping hy fair dealing to merit a ihare of tho public patron&Ko.
IN FEATHERLEY'S BUILDING.
Opposite 'he Chicago Lumber Yard.
S. V. LUDLOW.
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Pianos, Organs, and Sewing Machines.
Steinway, Weber & Paris Pianos.
I wish to inform tho peoplo ot Wobater and adjoining counties that I
have opened a music storo on "Webster Avenue, opposite Piatt Sc
Froes Lember yard whero will bo found a supply of Organs , Piacoc
and Sewing machines, which win be sold as cheap as can bo bougat
west of the Big Muddy," either for cash or lor oasy payment. Before
Duying elsewhere call asd soo me.
J S. NOLL
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NEW LIVREY STABLE
McAvoy & Farrell, Props.,
Aro now fully prepared to fill orders for Livery rigs, &c, on abort notkse
Also, will feed and stable horses by day or week at reasonable
rates. Oar feeding facilities are first-class. You patron
age respectfully solicited.
Chicago, Rock Island a Pacific R'
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