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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1889)
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Xamerwu railroads are being built
ia Kaaaas this season on paper . The
troable with Red Cloud is we have
had too maay built on paper and not
eioBgh oa terra irsaa.
Ex-Civil Service Commissioner
Edgertoa, is a hard hitter, and gives
Grover Cleveland a few pointers that
will be apt to stick in that gentle
bub's craw for some time to come.
Mr. Keiper told the house that the
iiptuwn; wwu gu uwu "";
as the meet extravagant that ever as
sembled in the state. There is more
truth than .poetry in Mr. Kciper's
The pUgramage to the 'City of
magnificent distances" has begun and
by the night of the ud of March
Washington City will have the larg-
. est TCwd of people to witness the in
J proceedings that ever assem
The peple its'nc state should all
nnite Am reqnestmjthe legislative
olfSMCtt Lineoln to disftand, go home
uHin the peoples moa. that they
are ao flagrantly spending fayvarious
ways to have a good time. iThcrc
knfn. Wan eaongh foolish bills Intro-
dBejfcft to cover a two acre tela.
Qnr old friend Clongb, of the Sa
ne&A, (Kan.) Republican has been
sacl by an ax-devil who he has fed
and nutsred far a number of years,
far' $1,600 which he claims is due
hint. The yoang man evidently
thinks that an editor's pocketbook is
aiftie mp of gold nuggets. Frank is a
stayer and will be with him when
he gets it, we will venture.
If the interests of Red Cloud are
properly looked after during lhe com
ing year there will he a decided growth
in papulation and business. The
manufacturing interests should be
leaked alter, railroads should be se
cured, emigration ahould be watched.
All attempts to create dissension
ameng the people should be spurned.
Legitimate enterprises should be fos
tered, while those of a questionable
character ahould be ousted.
The bneolie rooster who runs the
"big 8" wind mill does not know that
. it is the duty of the commissioner of
public lands and buildings to look
after the interests of the state in the
matter of appropriations- for public
buildings. Their rejeommendatieus
should he snJsaient without four or
Ave vmitefamras many committees
frcemeaeh branch of the legislature
huge expense to the state only to
arrive at the same conclusions.
Than is mo sense to such extrava-
m the part of the legislature.
Aatthajr wedding af note is said to
WcwUtttoie. Wander if the "great
imakiidtm will be there? Chief.
New what da you mean by than
ecugma, joro. nosmer. we nainr
necato bo wedding without au,in
vite, hut we do like sake. Helmet.
Correct yon are Bro. Plumb, but
there are these who are not troubled
with the aamc degree of modesty that
parvadsa your makeup, who go to
nek f laces 'frnwidden and alone,"
and "take in" the cake that you go
hungry for, and atill try to main-
tail the dignity af the octagon outflt.
The invitation' which our go Vern-
t issued neme time ago fat con-
of American nations -tn be
M ait Waahiartouf -is receivins: a
response. Several of the
iatejntion of being represented, and it
- iHu iib-i uai mi nt iii:ui
will accept the invitation . In iew
oVIhe complications likely to arise
between the United States and the
great powers of Europe which have
flnaneial or political interests on the
American continent, it is high time
that a policy be outlined for tne atti
tude .of the American republics with
respect to the Monroe doctrine.
There arc, moreover, questions refer
ring to commerce and to more inti
mate relations between the people of
the western world to be discussed.
For the day is net far distant when
the railroad will level political bar
riers agd knit the different nations
anw republics on the American conti
nent into the closest'&timacy. Bee.
Mr. John Posey and family depart
ed for Benkleman Tuesday morning.
Our heat wishes go with them.
Mr. Bwight Chapin weighs more
oinnejl tt frc pouBd. than any other
uia it eJaeTawuBty because its a. ten
Svnl members of rrank smith s
familyare sick with a fever.
jjnJLjfcfasjh h abroad in the
ltoatmntl in the Wfwjj;
trinimvecy nhly eeaeueted by Mm.
C. B. White is building an a!di-
"Where et ceased Tieri.hle
tM IliiTllM WHB UaiB mmj w-j.
vmm K (UaUMa I
Miss-TSlla "Sleeper of Red Goad
visited with Mr; Hcrriek this week,
Mr. Ullcry will move on Charley
Potter's farm this week.
fun..'. a -JL i.:. i:-. ,
WsfJM at MlfHAIBH akABflAM & J .&
his harness. He hopes they will not
return and get the horses.
Quite a number enjoyed the dance
&xen at Mr- Smith'8 - Friday eve
There will be preaching Sunday,
the 24th, at the Dunkard school
house and the week following.
Etta DcIIart visited with her sis
ter Mrs. Calmcs last week in Red
Mr. Hcrriek will move on the farm
where Mr. Ullcry now lives.
The latest prominent event in this
part was the marriage of George
Scott to Miss Belle Mcintosh. The
young couple arc both well and favor
ably known, and have many friends
who wi.h them a long and happy life
of wedded bliss.
Ben Reed will soon start for his
new home in the west, he has many
friends who wish him prosperity:
Miss Downs is doing good work in
hit school 25 pupils enrolled last
Unos, Tommy Reed talks of mov
ing to 3e Cloud in the spring.
Mrs. Lrtnjc Round has closed a
very sueceeittal term of school in
district 58. antt lemarBenie visiting.
Clarence Rsecvns nt'lewles sevcr-
i UUUUUL J f - .-
al davs last week.
Mr. Lee is having av
dence built .i-
All quiet along the I
t the cold
wcacaeT. x f,
Mr. Deaae la movinaf
to the old
amttn larm vacated Dyy
Mr. G, W.Baker acid 1 fat steers
to Guide Rock shrppers;
The young people of J
hood gathered attha
nee of G.
W. Baker Saturday eveij
the occasion of the 16tlt
Misses Clara and Etfc;
good time is reported.
Dance at Carpeaten widay eve
ning. Usual program.
Mrs. Frase suffered a'
the other day, happen!
to get to
the door she saw her hi
ing her a load of ire w
School is su&ended
ob account of s aese af
Mr. Fred Mjhnia v;
with the fanuly of Mr.
Mr. Andrews has
cd to his
home in Keokuk county 1
rami y cm:
Times quite lively, twtl dances a
There wa-a dance a BaV. Slabys
last Tuesday evening, lch was a
grand suecees. All secinil to have
an enjoyable time. i
Mr. Lorristn nnd F. SwtA will oc-
copy the Day farm.
Wm. Huffman is
Abe Kaley farm, three
west of Red Cloud.
Mr. Rawlinson leave tleBothrock
Louie Lorrisan eeettShc far
that Mr.vRawliason laa'
dicted for some time on account 'of Mr.
Galbraith having another addition to
his family by the name of Orange
Moses. B. G.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Delong have
returned from their visit in Ohio.
They visited the soldiers home at
Dajton, Ohio. He says they have a
nice place and are well provided for.
Grandma Weiderman, who baa boen
quite sick for some time, is improving
we arc glad to learn.
Mr. Carnahan's children have been
very sick with lung fever, but are get
ting better now.
K. A. Vandyke- haa rented his farm
to Mr. Hastings of Walnut creek.
He contemplates moving to Iaavale
soon af a retired farmer.
W. H. Walters, sold seven hun
dred head of sheep to C. Hunter last
week which he shipped to Chicago.
W. N. Richardson it feeding a
large number of cattle on his farm ob
the creek, under the sunarvieiea at
Mr. Widermaa who understands feed
ing as well as any of Uem. His cat
tic look wall aad arc doing splendid
A dance at W. H. Wallers last
i Monday night was the social event af
the week, with tne yeung neenia.
Wishing Tstt CmrBr grand num.
G. W, Wells uMwd his family to
Lawrence the frst pert 4 Ait walk.
Wc are very sorry to lace thjnm mat
wish ahem-sueeese in their new smnmv
Miss Miata Walk will stay ban
r nre mm wha Acsaunr
Ed. Gilford expects, in the near
future, to move his stock of good to
south Omaha where he will engage in
I. II. Brown contemplates goieg
out of the hotel business soon, owning
to Mrs. Brown's poor health.
I T.nwic Fnllap mttnraoil 1at TiimiIbv
from the Franklin Academy.
L. R. Wright, living north of town,
F. A. Good has moved Into
honse vacated by Mr. Wells.
This week, L H. Brown moved his
buildings thai were east of the hotel,
to the west part of town.
Mrs. Fannie Adams, nee Buster, of
Franklin, came last Wednesday morn
ing to visit her sisters in Cowles.
James Paden is in the harness and
shoe shop with W. Scott.
C. Schenck of Red Cloud was in
Cowles last Friday.
K. Gilford is packing his goods for
removal to Omaha.
Klmer Peterson, aged 14, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson, of this
place, died Feb. 13, after a brief il
ness. A minister from Red Cloud,
preached a very impressive funeral
sermon, at the Congregational church,
after which his remains were intered
the Cowles cemetery. The be-
reaved family have the sympathy of
There was no issue of the Cowles
Herald last week, the editor being ill,
and is not able for work yet.
White made a sale
Dick Harber ecIIs his stock Thurs
day of this week.
Robert Allen moved into his new
house this veek.
Albert Allen gave a birthday party
to quite a number of young friends in
Miss Emma Orr, of Superior, is vis
iting friends in this vicinity.
A ripple of excitement was caused
last week by tHcreport of measles in
this neighborhood, but they seem not
to be threading.
The Advcntists arc holding a four
weeks meeting at Scrl's school house.
Am lMpriaat Bcelal.Bt r WekMrr
i'.aalv Ctwlilhe SMprcatr
Alexander, et al vs Ouavks.
Supreme Court efJcb. Jan. 4, '8i.
Cluttle MortRBKC-Fictitlous Nanc.
A. purchased certain personal prop
erty from B. on time, and, for the pur
pose of securing the purchase price,
executed a chattel mortgage on the
property purebscd. The put chase
was made, and the chattel mortgage
executed, under an assumed and fic
titious name. The parties to the
transaction being unacquainted, the
vendor supposed the name given was
the true name of tbe purchaser. The
purchaser stated tbathis residence was
in Webster County, which was correct,
and the mortgage was duly filed in the
proper office in that county. Subse
quent to tho filing of the mortgage, A.
sold the property to 2. under his true
name, after C. had examined the rec
ords for chattel mortgages executed by
A., and found none. In an action of
replevin by B. against C . for the pos
session of the mortgaged property, it
was held that B. should recover judg
Syllabus by ike Court
Error to district court, Webster
county; Gaslin, Judge.
Action of replevin by Alexander
Bros, against Joseph Graves. From a
judgment for defendant, plaintiffs bring
Kaley Bros, and Batty k. Castro, for
plaintiffs in error. J. S. Gilliam, for
defendant in error.
Reese, C.J. This case was tried uo
on a stipulation of facts, in connection
with the deposition ol one witness, and
copies of certain notes and a chattel
mortgage. The facts, as agreed upoo,
wercsubstantiallvtbatoa the 6th day
of Xoyemher, 1685, plaintiffs were en
gaged in the business of buying and
selling horses aad mules at Hastings,
in this state. That on that day a man
came to their barn, and gave his name
as Albert MeCoyl. representing that ha
resided in, aad was engaged in farm
ing on, the 5. W. of section 16, town
ship 4, range 10. Webster county, near
the town of Cowles. That ha desired
to purchase a span of horses, and gave
plaihtiftc the names of two or three
parties whom he said knew him, and
went with plaintiff to sec them, hut
they were st in their places efbmri.
ntac at the time the plaintiA and nor-
etucer were there. Plaiatiaa, final?
MBClusliag that it weald hcacJc to cell
him tba taans, closed the cactnet at
tSW,-aOOcX which was rtpnaantsd
by a preen eery note ntoturincomthc
IK flay or March. ItSC. Tho
nam na oven en "cm dark iron .
saw au years cm, abewt
Brothers th day; cam Imv
high; ewe act of
BBajigM, ittA jfnnsn nj swna. ami
AnnBBnwwAjsnnnaVe gm MnaaVfaBla
T i , rmZffzWF'
Lonsdale, yd wide Muslin, 8 l-2c
Fruit of the Loom, yd wide Muslin, 8 l-2c
Dry Goods Never were Sold 30 ChEAP !
Next to First National Bank Bed
cor. sec. Ifi, T. 4, R. 8, Webster Co."
This sale was made on Friday. Soon
after the execution aud delivery of
the promissory notes and mortgage,
plaintiffs forwarded the mortgage to
the county clerk of Webster county,
with instructions to file the same of
record. The mortgage waa received
by the clerk at 9 o'clock on Monday
morning, and filed at 15 minutes there
after. The property beinc delivered
to the purchaser at the time of the sale
he started toward Cowles. Webster
county, the same evening, and arrived
there sometime Sunday eveniag. the
8th; abd oa Monday morning be went
to Bed Cloud, arriviag there about 11
o'clock in the forenoon, and. alter try
ing to obtain a loan on tbe spotted
mare from several parties, he ap
proached tne defendant for that pur
pose. About 2 o'clock of that day de
fendant, having examined the county
records, purchased the property in
dispute, paying the principal portion
of the purchase price in cash. The
person from whom he purchased gave
the name of Davis, which was his real
name; the name of MeCoyl, assumed
at the time of the purchase of the
property from plaintiffs, being fictioue
Within a very short time after the
sale of the property by plaintiffs they
learned of the purchase thereof by
defendant, when this suit wasiastitut
cd. The deposition referred to ia the
stipulation of facta is that of George
Davis. aJta. Albert MeCoyl, who at the
time ot the taking of the deposition
was in custody aad detained in the
county jail of Buffalo county for safe
keeping. In this deposition he testifies
to substantially the same facta as
aUtad above. He bought tbe prepe"
under the name of McCeyl
the nMrtgnge thereon, aad
aal ditto dsfsndsrt under the name
f Dark, hie trac name, after the
nNrtgagc wa tied. Upea a trial th.
dictrictccwn JoBudfcnmvor ef defend
ant, juwgsncnt ncsng rcodcrefl u
awch finding. Flahitif' brines the
case to thie court by prcccechnp in
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innshi r r: r T Tv , n TiniaMCtf-BaawAlsWntrnwywicin.
ssa,aawiwc nrn amnaec tn nam ay fsewiceawemwaAwnav.ipai erne
ukM. ThHMAlehe kaitkaa "' ssjAwe wawass Bw-aaemjaaap
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wVBcaaawi -raBgOa. w. Iswnmm. 12 StcAvtS. S3S2EPEmESmmZT?
And lots of other bargains. Come and
As we are selling them now.
J. J. UUCKER. 1
property to uavw aacr ta. ini
name of MeCoyl traatferrad th.
the property to him, whleh was i:
lately traatferrew haek by the ssortf eg.
The mortgace was valid, ly it the title
wee transferred to plalatiffe ae fall? a.
it had been received by the parehaeev
from then. Flaiatfcfi aeted ia fo4
faith, aad immediately thereafter, aad
before the parehaee by defeadaat, pUeed
the mortgage oa record In th. preper
cosaty. Who, then, did Davie defraadf
Was it plaiatUur We lalak awl. It is
true he boaght th. property ef tbeea, bat
he secured th. parehaee priee bv at leeet
the whole p ropertf perchaeafl. ItweeaH
make do difference ae to what hie real
name waa, e. far ae they were eeseeraew.
They had the aswrtgage en th. properly,
which was their eeearity. That asortflag.
conld be eaforeed at aay Uase. tfe mtM
the property to defendant, repteewnteaf
it to be free freta Inwbianew. when it
wanoti repreeeatiag that th. title was
eeted ia hies, when It wae awl; thai n.
mold carry a perfect title, whan he
sot ; aad ef which fact the aarehasi
coastraetiye aotlee. We think, therefore.
that the learned jadge H th. dietrtol
eovrt misapplied th. law, aad that hi. de
asioa spew the agreed facte wae errwa
eoa. The jadgmeat ef th. dietrkt
coert is therefore rstsrsed. and
reauaded tor farther
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Ifew stock and almost at your own figure.
Come and get bargains.
- F. V TAYLOR,
OOfftaiU Firnt National bank aad Port CMI.
ial attention given
Paints, Oils, Varnish, Stationery,
LIERY,FEED, &S ALE STABLE.
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