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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1886)
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FUUhW. JAMiAin aa. iw,.
Orit democratic coiijnj-s.-ninii -ato j
determined apparently to keen Dakota j
from becoming a Male if possible.
However, she in entitled to be linked
in the chain of stale.- and .-hotild .be
admitted an .such.
I'ltiiiiENT Ci.KVKI.anij has decided
to withold the causes ol" diainisdal of
republican officials from the prying
eyi s of the U. S. Senate, so fays the
New York Herald, an administration
paper. This will undoubtedly cause a
little bail blood, and he mny look for
ward to the fact that some of his un
worthy appointments will fail of con
tinuation by the senate.
)u. 31 1 u.Kit and J. Sterling Morton,
the two great democratic lights in Ne
braska, are now quarreling over who
shall be the dispenser of public pap in
this Mate. In the meantime a great
many of the .Tack.sonion faith are
standing by ''waiting for the war to
cease" with the hope that lightning
may strike them in the shape of some
kind of an office, no matter how small
just so Us an office.
Tmk press, without regard to politi
cal affiliations, .ire clamoring for a
he'ter protection of the frontier. The
facts are the IJ. S. army is compara
tively a shadow, and should he increas
ed so a-i to protect at least our own
people from the lawless outbreaks of
tins Indians. The demand for heller
military protection in this state on the
Dakota border should receive more
tuaii a passing notice from congress.
SMITH COUNTY, KAS.
Weather rather :.o!d and snow deep
.School commenced the 2wth of .Ian
nary, David Wagoner teacher. At
tendance first day was .
We have a fine dehatintr society in
Harvey Merrils hoy is getting bet
ter. Our newspaper was read at our last
debate, Miss Nellie .Saunders, editress
Married, on the 27th, Mr. Kidgeway
Leggelt to Miss Ellen Hilton.
.Snow, beautiful .snow.
At tho organization of tho lycouni at
Holvern'b school hmiM Wedncsdav.
.January VI. tnc tollowing were the
nfl'iccrs elected. V. It. Leonard, presi
dent; .lohu Osborne, vice-president
C. (). Vanderwater, secretary: Mrs. J.
T. Xorris, editor; Lewis Sadcrliug,
treasurer; T. M. Long, marshal. The
ne.xt (juestiou for debate is, Resolved
that man will learn more in traveling
Mr. and Mrs. (loblo have returned
(Jtw. Shutts has purchased J). S.
Helvern'i stock of sherp.
"ill Krhis Will .start for Illinois next J
i . .,
WCCIC. A. 15. I
Second animal clearing sale! The
square dealing tJoMcn Eagle clothing
store will make a big reduction on
overcoats, heavy hoots, underwear,
woolen scarfs, woolen socks, and will
continue to give the 20 per cent, dis
count on -ill ladies' shot's from now
until February 1, 18S6. to all cash buy
ers. EVENTS OP THE WEEK
The Nebraska &. Kansas,,, Lo.ln
,o. have plenty ofinrMjp;. , ,WI1
VIM HI I'" -,VT-
rtm.'s New York store for
Loans made with the Xehraska &
Kansas Farm Loan Co. ean he paid at
.Stylonraphic ink, the only ink ft to
use in the Independent, pen, for sale
hy Ferguson & Co.
The choicest oysters at Ballard's Xew
Srarh t wool underwear at 50 cent
and upwards at the (.iohlcu Eagle
If you would see youosclf as others
sec you, purchase one of those elegant
ly ornamented mirrors now on exhi
bition at the City Drug Store.
Evans it Perry wish to say that they
are prepared to move buildings.
Maple syrup at Ballard's Xew York
Uo to Forrester's for your colored
glassware. Cheapest house in the
Cranberries at Ballard's New York
Beautiful yaces, dolls and toys on
the 5 and 10c counters at Forresters.
y per cant loans at the Nebraska &
Kansas Farm Lovn Co.
Joski'H Sai'.m, having purchased the
thorough-bred Hereford cattle ot I. N.
West, now offers them for sale. He
has 32 tine thorough-brcrt bulls and
gradts and also three short-horns. Now
is the chance lor farmers to improve
their stoi k. Call on or address him at
Red Cloud, Xeb. 23lf
Reduction in cabnets and curd Pho
toes at Bradbrook's Gallery until after
Remember it takes suiilif lit and Unit
to make Photograps.
One six foot oval front show case,
C. L. Cottis.
Cabinets at $4.00 per dozen, Cards for
$2.50 per dozen until after the Holidays
at Bradbrook's Gallery.
Mmons auction room is open lor
bargains at all times.
Don't fail to see the elegant line o
albums at Ferguson fc Cos.
The celebrated stylographic sen
feeding pen, the most convenient and
desirable pen ever made, for sale by C.
E. Wood Red Cloud. Price $1.25.
Orders left at the office of The Chief
will receive prompt attention. One of
the most meritorious articles in the
market. To be appreciated needs but
to be seen. Seventy-five now in the
city, and all giving satisfaction.
I - I
,,c Golden fcglc sells the bes
. mailV hoot for ?2 ever Pold in the
' nullity, :ind thrir Solz IhioIj. anil hoe
I in iillaraik." caiuiut lie hcsit fur iu:ilit3
1 am pjrlc,. llliywliere
For Sale at a Bargain.
if ki r-.al.lj tx.1l1illfl 111 tllO fltt" ff
if...t fi..iwi v..i.rL--i luMinr lirf iv" ii
.. u.riiaiv. v.7u wvf vfc j
IS. If. 17. IS. l'j. LI), in block IS. ornrin-
al town of lied Cloud, with house
having four rooms and good cellar
good well and pump, 115 fruit treed on
place, variou- kinds, nearly all bear
ing, also small fruits bearing; 42 shade
trees' on and surrounding the place;
blue gra-n i n front louse. A
delightful residence and good location
next square north-west of court house.
Also three lots next square north of
school house. 2nd want. All can be
bought at a bargain. Inquire of
J. I'. Kayiia, County Clerk.
Tho Traders Lumber Co., of this
city, Mr. F. E. Ooble manager, is now
fully prepared to furnish the people ol
the country adjacert to KcdCIoud witn
lumber, building material, lime, hair
cement, hard and soft coal, etc., in
any quantity desired and at the most
reasonable rates. It will pay the peo
ple of WehMer, .Smith and Jewell,
counties, and iu fact any and everyone
in a radiu- of fifty miles of lied Cloud
to get figures from the Traders lumber
comdauy if intending to build, as the
company are bound to sell lumber at
all hazards. When you want anything
in our line call ami see us before buy
TiaPKBri' Lumiikk Co.
Per F. E. Gobi.e.
Itch and scratches of every kind
cured in .'50 minute-! by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Use no other. This
never fails. Sold bv Ferguson & Co drug
gist, K21I Cloud. " 23-ly
Delicate and lasting perfumes at the
City Drug Store.
Call at IJradbrook's 4th avenue Gal
lery and have a negative taken at once
so as to give me time to finish them
and not be disappointed.
New York buckwheat lioui at
Da Hard's New York Store.
Uncle Sam's harness oil in any
quantity, at Cottings.
Call at Simons' auction room on 4th
Avenue and secure irood bargains.
It is no wonder that the Golden
Eagle sends out ho many large bun
dles, when you can get a good, servic
able suit in men's sizes, for 3.50 and
upwards. Overcoats from 2.25 and
Math of Anne Dolcyn.
KXECUTKD 31 A V 19, 1W8.
Hift huur iHcfiine! CSrlm walls n-Iuetant
I'o ylfltl their rHptlve tn Ihc treuchcrouf
Ami m.'ver ctft jiif)re fnlr. With royal mlon
She erects ilie viickiiIk of tli Inconstant Klny;
(riitiiiwell. fntfe tli'htor to her loft eKtnte.
Kiev fri,ifi.)liH in her fall. Hut nil in vnu
lli prineely nilnfoiiH wiitch with JeuloiiH hut
F'orslph, for fiilfrlnt-He;.. ernTtvl tenr.
In soiiiIkt ittlicn. tit kviiiIkiI of tier woe.
Ami white, sucet eiiililem tit lier ItiniKfiire,
The victim eoiiie. Willi teiKlerwitnlnnml low,
She (alms her maidens' f?ricr, then to the
"fJooil iMropIe. hither inn I come Iodic.
Aceonlliitf lo the will ol' Kiij:lanilH KiiiK
I'o die, ami thus to yield unto my lord.
Sty Ion!, the Kintr, olmiicnce to IiIh will.
MiiyCoil ircM;rveyonrBovereipn lonjrtoreljrt
O'er you ami yourn. To me he erer Bi"'ir.c1
A L'ood nud pentle prince, airracloun KIiik
Commend inc to his Mnjctity. I pray.
And Miy unto his pmee that he huth liecc
Mo-t ;'.cal(,us ever in advancing me.
piiviiteKentli'Mouuin of his realm.
He maile me marchioness, he crowned m
And now he leave no htjrher rank of fame.
5liiw tic Is pVnsctl unto my innocence
I'o rIvu the liulo or a martyr' crown.
Ala, poor head! Alns. l:ow nhort n iace
And thou wilt make thy pillow in the dust.
Hut as in )il thou didst not merit well
To wear the coionct of Kmrland'ti Queen,
So now In death dost thou arnlre no lens
Than even such a mournful doom as thlc
A fill VC HIV fllltllM'ls. Who liarn rrnr shnn
VouiVelvesfotulthrulinmyeatise my stay
in mid my iiiuii uour nun agony
lii Ik-! t.T fort mil- vi win lni-nl ft-i. ..!
And now In death ye still desert me not,
W ouM 'twere my lot to recompense your lore.
He of i;ool comfort, rnithliii to ronr Kino.
And to the one whom, with much happier fat.
Perchance in fiitum .von mny ha-e as Queen.
Estwm your honor Itetter far than life.
Ami now farewell! "ris thux I tako mv leave;
Nun hid rarewell to life, the world and
Hie queenlr heud that for 6o frail a nritc
Had imnidly home St. Kdwunl' le-.,
Uhv'" ..m-'J and rtiyalty was free
Alice M. Unidfonl. Appietuo. XtiM.
A Silver-Mine In a Htreet-Car.
She wa8 old and stout and red-faced,
nnd she wore a drab dress and a prim
bonnet, from which waved a military
looking feather. Then; was war in her
eye and all the fifteen passengers in a
Sixth avenue hore-car. as she boarded
it and jKaineed on a seat, said to them
selves, "What a fierce old woman!'
One could see. that she. was pining for
a dispute, and when the comltictor, in
taking the fares, gave her live iiennies
in change for a dime she bristled im
mediately. "I won't take ennies. Give me a
"Sorrv.niadain.but vou'll have to take
"What ele can you do?''
"Do you think," said the old woman
Ioudlv. while everv one in the audience
of fifteen liMcned intently, "that I am
going to earn- thoe live horrid copper
cents around just liecause vou're too
ugly to give me a nickel oli, 111 fix
von,'' and he whipped out a little
brown purse and nreM'nted a $10 bill.
"Give me hack the dime," she said,
"and change that."
To everylxMly's .surprise the conductor
returned the dime and took the bill, re
tiring to make the change.
"There is xinie jicoplc nowadays,'
he said to a .sympathizing passenger,
"a- growls alwmt x much silver instead
of bills, but I have to carry a god deal,
and I guess I can get even with that
Then there was a clinking and count
ing of silver, and presently he poured
into the irate j.asenger's 'lap two silver
dollars, four half dollars, fifteen quar
ters, and twenty-two dimes. When the
stream of silver started he wanted to
say something, but she didn't, she onlr
Wgan counting, and when she got to
f7.2o she missed the count because
everybody was watching her, and be-
Snagain. Four Mocks were passed
fore she had oapated and stowed
away her iuet.nl ha11Nt, and then she
got up and stopjtcd the 'car, and the
military featlior. a IrUe let military,
disappeared down Twenty-fifth Street.
"She's three pouada heavier when she
get oft thaa when she got on, chuckled
the conductor. . "uess that silver mine
would assay pretty rich." A'ev York
Hie Knights of Temperance ia the
name of a new organisation jnst started
in Xew York to do battle against King
Alcohul. Tha ritual and imrigmia are
modeled after tluise of the Kaights
Templar. The badges aail gttJadiqli
arv inurilHol u-ith thi iimiHa: .ffifihrwv
ta Keverentia. liiritas"Hv
A Pretty Compllme t.
George Wilkes invented a beautiful
compliment for ladies, one which I !
lieve to lie nerfectlv lniiiiur. He paid si
to me. and I appreciated it highly, and
do .mi Mill, although not quite m much
I as I alitl before I was told by a dear little
! friend of mine that he had prettily said.
? . . . - . -
thesame tlunsto her. "If 1 hail ou
I a wife. I" oh.Mrv.I. with a eoiirtly
lxjw. "I should have been President u
the I "tilted State.-."
Di-MH-t that and see what a magnifi
cent ami complicated compliment it is
A compliment to the lady, to the .speaker
himelf, and to the great office sKken
Of. For all his wandering-, iu foreign
lands, his near views of king and em
perors, there wa. but one position
which seemed to him pre-eminently
grand that of President of the United
States. And it is. indeed, an office o
imjiortam-c: a fair salary to penL. a
good lioiw to inhabit: much power in
the matter of making apoiiitiiiriit: on
the whole, a giMl living. S I'm tob'
by the jKi-tnian's nistcr. vltvc l.ojiu.
What are on iloing down-town at
this time of night?" a-ketl one ede
trian to another in front of the eit-)all
at lU;cloek the ither night. "lit en
working at my book.-, down at the office."
What aileiT'ein?" "My ish account
wouldn't balanee. Old Smith was look
in" over the !ooks this afternoon, and
he said he'd give ue till to-morrow
noon to see that ca.-h balanced eash-oii-hand
aceount." "fan oii hml the
error?" '. I've fouml it and made
everything balance. I brought iV.6.j
down from the Iioum. you know!"-- Ze
troit Free i'rtvw.
Thomas A. Edi.Min i one of the iu
cw,rjHirator of the International Hail
way Telegraph Ai Telephone Company,
capital sjl.lMUMi. to operate telegraph
and telephone, lino between train.- in
motion, etc.. oiitMiie of th United Status
Thbi medicine, combining Iron with pnrj
TCKctnhle tonlrs, ouirkly and rrnnidctely
C'arra ljrnpMlat failratlnn, U'rakariMs
Iniiarr Illae4, .llahutetChllUand Vrvrrs,
It to an unfailing icmcdy for Diieascsof tho
iCMaeya nmi l.lvrr. a
It I invalualile for I)iM-ne5 pTiil!ar to
VTemeB, and all who lead M-dcntiiry lives.
It doc ne; injure the tccth.caiiH: liea:laclic.or
jinxliice ronlliition dh'r Iron meilicmrttlo.
Itcnrichennd iurifli the Mood, ("tiiimlatc
tlieapix'tite.uidf the asrimilatinn of fiMl. re
erca Heartburn nud llelrhlnp, and htrvngtli
cni the muxclcs and nerves.
For Intermittent Fevers. Latitude, IjicV.J
Energy , &c, it hat no tiual.
- Ttie cenuinc has a!.ve trade mark a 4
irosM-d red linekon rajKT. Take iMitl.t '
W mIWt CllllHlll 1IIIL 1U iLTIBIIKE.tf
Not lee Is herety jrlven that I will examine .til
H.-rsoii! who may desire to offer theneelve as
candidates for teaehers of the. eommoii xlmoN
of Welmtel eoiaitv :tt my oniee iu Kel Cloud on
third Saturday of each mouth. Kvamiiiations
Lxiiiimenei: at ::i. m. I not ask for M-eia ex
aminations. . W. M'KIXOKIt. Mlit.
L gal Notice.
(Icorgc K. IJrock tt Co.
Harriet Shuinan and Harriet .Shuinaii
administratrix of the estate of Wil
liam Shuniau deceased, and others.
To.Iohn V. ahumau, Wiiifir.hl s
Shunian, Ph.ihe A. Miller-, and Mary J.
I'ickett, no- yi",uent Jefendants, you
r. w'.lCu of vou are hereby notified
that on the 29th day of January. 18S0,
the plaintiff liereiif filed an amended
petition in the district court of Web
ster county, Nebraska, against you and
other defendants therein named, the
object and prayer of which arc to
foreclose a certain mortgage executed
by William Shunian deceased, and the
defendant, Harriet Shunian, then his
wife, now the administratrix of his
ef-tatc. to John L. Patten, on the north
20 feet of lot eight (S). of block four
(4), and the south 2 feet of lot eight
(8), block four (4). all in the village of
Guide Rock, Webster county, Nebras
ka, to secure the payment of a certain
promissory note of the said William
and Harriet Shunian, dated March 8,
18S4, which note and mortgage were
dulv assigned by said Patten to this
plaintiff before maturity thereof. That
there is now due on -aid note and
mortgage the sum of one hundred
dollars with S per cent, interest tehre
on from March 8. 1884. Plaint ill's ask
for a decree ordering said premises
sold to satisfy the amount due as
stated. Defendants arc required to
answer said petition on c r licfore
March 8, 188C.
GtLHAM & RlCKARDS.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
NOTH'K IS IIEKKIIV i;iVKX THAT MY
virtue of seven chattel niortgaja" ttatttl
Januarys, ltcc., March 5. two. lHtrinturr l. JisSi,
ami January ". t. respect I vely. Iu favor of the
undcnUjm'l ami duly nkd In the offlrr of the
conntv clerk of Welnrter county. Xebrakj. ami
executa! hv C I. McMillan & Co.. to scrim the
payment of H.nn. ttUon, l.40. i:i.av
STy.T.V !5SL45, ai.il fllo.-jL. with interest from
date of saW Biortpw?! rcsicctiely. IH-fauIt
having been made m the imytnent of said sum.
and said mortgaKce ftflins unsafe and mse
curc. ihercfore re ill sell the property in said
mortKajxs decribed at puh!ir auction at tlie
auctiu room wie dwr east of llcnr' Cok's
di ur store in Rett Hood. Webster county. Neb
raska, on Saturday, the anth day of Felruary.
1MK. at 10 o'ekrk a. lit. of said day, the follow ing
property to wit:
4 korse blankets.
2 saddle blaukets.
1 siL'e saddle,
t man's Mexirau saddle.
1 set ikwble bupyr karnes.
1A bales reMpiux twine.
l two horse walkins cultivator.
1 set double harness.
1 TiRln citra oeUer aatd feed Uble.
1 hair mill for whipping hair.
3 soft coal heating stoTes.
1 Ottuiuwa watkioc culth-ator.
s Detour stirring plows,
1 oil tank and pump.
1 Datton corn planter.
1 I feaUv sillkv hav rakt-
1 pump and l pieces pump stalk.
2 bbls. machlae oil.
1 hh harness oil.
T stirnpg plows,
1 lHating stow.
5 new cook stove.
I5scren ilonr frames.
2 screen doors.
1 two seated family carriage-
1 Hall's fireproof site,
1 thorough-bred sorrel ware.
Cnuid Detour Mow Co.
Seeberger. Breaky ft Co.
Keith. Itenkaai ltezendort.
Js H. Short,
! M. EomvTr Manofacturin; Co..
Rector. Wilheteiy ik.Co..
FI)cc C Johnson Mf. C-
KaWr J0-, Attoraeys tvr Moftjaecs.
IUI I u
City Projerty and Farms For Sale.
Vi nriH r rniTTIn f? H lilrmH
A" dUU dl U UI1U XVUU VIOUU,
THE GATE CITY
Of the great Republican valley. Buy your.
homes while property is cheap.
D. B. SPANOG-LE.
Farm Loans Nogotiated
for men and
Q I LFO R D
Boots and shoes
coarse and fine.
Wool boots a
Denver to Chicago,
Denver to Kansas 2ity.
Denver to Omaha,
Omaha to Chicago,
Kansas City to Chicago,
Omaha to St. Louis.
WEST TO EAST!
a & a. Mk ak aia m . ni
BACCACE CHECKED THROUGH.
Through tickets over tho Curling"
ton Routo aro (or en'.o by tho Union
Pacific, Donvcr & Rio Cranrie and
all other principal railways, and
by all agents of tho "Burlington
For further information, apply to
any agent, or to
P. S. EUSTIS,. ulT k't 't.
Articlos of Incorporation of tho
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank
Ait irlr I. -We. the innIiTiimtril tin hi-n-h
tiiroriHiniN' (Uirwlcs ami :ili -t.ii tIm inav '
lH'rtitmti-KlHMi' herrol itittialxxU toriMir
ate ftir m-iienil liaiikin Iiiinih.n iiinlrr tli "in.
enil lnt'iirHir.ttiiil:iu-I the tatt .Vthr.i-ka j
Artirli!'. The iijiiiirol the rrHiratnii shall '
lie the lanners" :m. .Mi-reliant- i:.iikln- ( tun
Arllelt'S. -riicrnrixtnitiitli shiill h, It.c.H.'.l In
Ketl Cltiiiil. tiMiiity ni Wehster, anil statr nl N- Mutual l-nc I'mul Life A-Iation, of
hniska. ' Nev Nnrk. tin hinrest. tni.;;i't.i'hr.i'iit. ami
Arth'le t. -The inenriMinillon is iloii- ir the ""',' surcrs.ful hn-u Assessment A-v..-i.itloii hi
trdiitutioiior ;t ueiK-ra li.iukiiii: lnisiiies,. i thtMtrll. Total iiiemlM-rshli .lauu.iry 1. s..
Article ..--Tin eailtal stink til the eor-Hr.i- 't -V". (VrtilleatcH Issiicil Inim J!ih t,
lion shall tie an aiithnrieil e:iiit.il of ntie lnni- ' ? I '."'. Tnntlne Id-u-ne Funl aln-.i yexeiiM
tlretl tli(iii-:uil ihillars ilivlileil inin shares of j ""f-half a iiillilninif iloll.tre. it1, mt rent tln
one humlretl tlnllars eai-h. to i,e ii.inl hi lu mh-Ii ' '''nl lo i-ristent iih:imI"m For further in-
ilireetont of salil t-or'mratioii. i
Artiflefi. The t-orMinit!oii shall ilate fruii
April. tli. lsx:f ami .shall continue t-r tu.iitv .
yean, ana may ho cniitiuticil from time to time i
Article T. The eiieial control ami mt-rn.
iiuiit of aIlaTair ami tnuisaitloin shall rest'
with a hoard of three ir five lirector. the inim-
lMTfolMMletcrmliieJ amiiialh b a ni.ij-rit
ote hf the Moekhohlers :semhlel Iu im-etnur
on the llrs.t Weilntsilay after tin tlr.st .Momiay
in April of each jear. Immeiliately following,
the stiKkhoMtr shall iriH-eeil to elect the re
juireti nuintier of tlinrtor. who -hall hold of
nee nir me eiisiiui!; year, ami until their ue-,
cessors an eleeteti antl ipialilleil. i he Ixianl of j
tlirei'tors shall elect one of their iiumlivr pre'
tlent.auuther lct-pn-sitleut, ami shall elect or
appoint a cashier ami such other ofllcer.s ;i mav
le tleeineil iieeessjiry. To siieh ofliecr.s the di
rectors .h:ill tlehxate the onllnar eiiMttorr '
futictioiis inherent in the position to which Mich
officer it axsfcneil. At all niectinsH t st.wk
hohlersi each Moekhohlrr slmll le entitletl to i
one vote for each .share ol stock vniil, as
shown hy the IxHiks of the corior.ition. only
such sttM-khoMiTs as are Uiualhle owners of
ten shares of eapit.il stM- shall le eli-ihle fur
Uieuftieu u( director.
Article Xo intlchtcthiess shall hcomtrart
etl bythectirjioratlnii other than tleioits ami
collections received iu the regular nmrso ot
huslntrsi anil the tlrawiui;of excliane.
Article 9. For the iuterteiitiu lime fnmi the
roiiimencenient of the iiil cororatioii u-tll t!i
annual uniting of stockholders, the lei tma of
ilin-ctors, ;unl the election or apj ointmn; of
oflieet. as pciriitl in article s.-eiith. Silas
;:irhrr shall act as pr-iileut. ami W. ;arlr
uail act yahlrr. with full jwiwer to ilo nil
thiurs consistent with the proper maiiaeunnt
of the affairs of thecorjK'r.Uloii.
In witness wheieof we hae hereunto s.-tonr '
hands tin, 14th tlav ot January A. 1 l ".
i:il::iietl Sit(, t:it.i:. I
11 it. XMI1II.
HtJU. (. YrlsKII.
.r.o. 15. Holland
W. S. Cauhui:.
n the 14th tlayof JatitLirx". V. I. is-:. lfor
me. W. 1". ovennan. a notarv luihlle. fersrtiail7
came MLs Jartr. K. It. inttli. Ceo . Y-I-t.
to. It. Ilollaml antl W. . liartier. rsmallj tu
km known to le tlie hlentlral j-txhis wh.
names are afJlrI to the aNe writins awl
acknon letlgcd the execiition of the a.i.e lor tae
ntenLs antl purpose statetl thrretn
Witne mv hand and notarial mI
W. 1. UVKKX.vx, Notirj- rnWx-.
tVoii-Ml Wt9n4 wtttIaari.Srt-
ai Vmiul tj f I. f sssfTul rrrmlAi-.
Gx.r trr mmtrty r-txtrL. CMm
. - I mm fl . ' i ' mmi mnm !. . f
rSlBB 'MBT rTTw
PsioJsfKr.f-ww Osr d.w & rfcrf "'rr
r4ohc;(n' iiassjIrCirrBUj. Ca.wl.
0r.M4M. VAVtj4v SC Km Crty.MsV
Roal Eatato and Insutanco Aont.
Offlco ovr First National Bank.
Dry Goods and
Gloves Mitts. Hos-1
I will positively j
sell groods for cash
after January 1st.;
All those knowing
ed to me, will
please call and set-
ON IMPROVED FARM PROPER
TY AT CURRENT RATES OP
First National Bank.
Red Cloud, Nebraska
A.V Ill KIN
:: , "" """ '-iirririire ill lli. MirTV
i l!iisliit'.s I think I e.in i inilih ou NliM-k lo Mitt
our -lliit.ita from
Home Grown Xur series!
Av I II tt'.. It t.l - ... I i ..
J. L. MILLER,
IKA I.Kit IN
HAUXKSri rOU.AW.S, SDI)Lr
ulIIPS. COM US. IIKCSIIE.S
anil evorytliini; usually kept in i firs
A wo li(irs north of IhL Xat. H.uik-
II Ax sniAKFNIT.
Illstrict Airent, l.'eil Omul. ....
And Restaurant '
At All Hours,
Bread. Cakes, &c
Aln-ay on hand, t all and -e u.
FOH SALE On-in to the fact tha
I wish lo go out of buiiie-f I offer the
nbov.- ciftblt"ilitnetil for ale on easy
terms. Any one wilitnij to co into
btiine will tlo well to ?cc me jfon.
TT 7-k TT,TT7nn
M, rS U) f-T M i
x 'x ' MM)fltnrPin HhPRA Vnotcm H111IH1
Live Stock and gen-
OTtl Ck TX ot nn (&V
Blue flill, Neb.
A BIG REDUCTION
And wil continue to give the 20
per cent discount on all Ladies
shoes from now until Feb
ruary 1 1886 to
all cash buy
ers. Wiener's New Block. Red Cloud.
Western Cottage Organ !
AN!) W j
Mason & Hamlin Pianos.
Alt' ril'lratd for tlii-ir bc'iuty ami flniHli, tjuifk n iK)iu
purity and voliiiiiu of lou. and malic tif tin lwst mnTfria'
and bv tin bt virkinMi that ran 1m-had. Ktrv iiihtnuii' ii
it fully warranted in all its part I'm five yean. l'lrn
and e.xaininr tlnw in.truiiitnt Iwfojv puifliaHii.
One door north of Aru
BOOK S !
Xcvi'i'Ui'iv books m eheap a tlit'V now aiv. I hav.a i
eonsit;niiient of the popular .John 15. Alden puhli-atn.
at wonderfully low pri -. Call and net them
A No Albums and
At lUUeh lex-s lie;nre
AlwnyH In stock a ootnploto Htck of Druun nml Mollcino, Pnlnlii Ci tt
C L COTTING.
Iy lrr, lrr. !!.?
W K J A" .!. - Vfr
Ki.tt ! r-y I !., r
J'e li. ! r y i ta.it !' r r
Special Attention Clven te
fi M I1a. lyti M "fp
W. FJ. JjfV-i. K I lllrlwjiwl
Buy arxl ll KsrhAnjii
Mate coMfCtttitt- ami I a
General lUnkittc Uuine.
Interfft nllcrsred on all
F. D HUTCHINSON, & CO.
Gro-erie-;. pniviHon. dry itnA. aurl all artielfs vnu
fouml in a first Has.- roimtrv
for fjood?. Oili paid
J. S. NOLL.
- . yA Cloud.
'.'in fet tlifin from travt b
.ton.4. I'rrxluc taktn in
J. S KM IGl
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Fine Ofive WZorfi a Special ti
Z aJay m, juiH. CU orr i,
-s vtatMcoj litai.
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