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WORK ISM uUlBi WaowiVirSrte
Qalta raeently we heard fee,tio
. .tttiiBttA rfucate a woaiaa teo
i.fiiwM.mBm waste of tiaso. Ac
rasrstL' trained asd taarht towtolc
that ther. was notoint t honorable tor
hertodo in We but to inarry. We
were aorrywinui "-. ". "" r
this eaUghed ago should Mtate
such a benighted theory; for though
a benighted theory, lormougn
slieve that a g
ul Vet. Aareap is caa
..tf wifrf and mother's duties.
-4ui .mm a often wituessefl the
fallacy of not educating America's from a successful venture in real es-danghtawtosupiiortthcaiselvea-if
it tate, a bit of land which cost her
should be requisite to do so that we husband $2,000. It was then a farm,
are convinced every woman should be but is now twenty acres ia the heart
tanrht soma art or trade early ia me.
Genius, of course, bestows her corrus
catioob upon few persons; but there ia
plenty of work for the daughters of the
middle classes to do, if parents will
only teach them how to prepare for
the many employments that are open
to them; and if the girls themselves,
when employment is at their commands
will only frankly accept it and bravely
work at it, instead of maundering -pestilent
rubbish about occupations that
are not "gentccL" For instance, is it
not a national shame and disgrace
that good cooks should bo so scarce,
aadthat weUto-do people should: have
bitterly to complain that their lives are
made a burden to them by that "some
thing" which is perpetually going
wrong in tho kitchen so wrong, in
deed, that when especial guests are en
tertained the dinner has to bo sent in
from the pastry cook's?
Every mother should teach her
daughter how to cook, and to cook
well, then she will have one unfailing
weapon against poverty, for a good
cook is always in demand. A pro
fessed cook is worth from $250 to $300
a year, and a young lady does -not
derogate from her social position by.
'accepting such a post, seeing that-the
cook is emphatically the queon of "the
(basement, and not only hor fellow
servants, but her employers if they
are sensible folk must defer to her.
for she literally "rules the roast."
The faded, miserable old maid who
has let tho best years of her life go by
while she sat with folded hands wait
ing for somebody to marry her some
body who did not appear wakes up in
her old ago to find herself helpless and
hopeless. Perhaps the death of hor
father suddenly rouses her to a fact
that she is passe, poverty stricken and
homeless. Terror seizes her, for
A woaaa's a skeery critter without a home.
Longingly this one who has wasted
her best years looks upon her younger
kindred who steered their bark out in
the whirlpool of business life years be
fore. With bitterness such women
gaze upon tho busy little typewriter,
stenographer, book-keeper, trained
nurse and correspondent These girls
wore not reared to marry in order to
gain their livelihood; but if Cupid
wings his dart at them they bravely
take upon themselves the duties of a
wife, and to such marriage is seldom
a failure. Which is the bettor lot,
think you? and decido for yourself if
a girl should not be taught somo art
or trade. K. Y. Fashion Bazar.
nw, Accardlig to Popular Brttor,
was Hutched Fron the Uravc.
Old William of Malmesbury tells us
that tho famous witch of Berkeley
"put no moderation to hor sins, be
cause she was as yet on this side of
old age, although beating on the door
of it with a near foot." Trouble com
ing to her. as it does to all mortals,
her son dying and her family being
ruined, she fell ill and summoned her
surviving children, a monk and a nun,
to come to her. She confessed herself
to have been a great sinner, but relied
pretty comfortably upon their piety to
make things better for her. What her
occult knowledge taught her might be
the ultimate fate of the body, after the
oul had gone to its just reward, she
knew best, but her instructions for its
preservation were singular. She di
rected that it be sewn in a stag's hide
and afterward placed in a stone sarco
phagus, tho cover of which was to be
fastened with lead and iron. In addi
tion, throe iron chains of great weight
were to fasten tho stone, and there
was to bo psalm singing for fifty nights
and the same number of masses in the
days. If for three nights these pre
cautions could keep the body at
rest, on tho fourth it was to be
buried in tho ground. But it was
no ue; vows, prayers and tears were
equally of no avail, whilothe strongly
bolted door gave way easily to tho dev
ils, who broke through the band of
singing choirs and tore asunder the
two chains at tho extremities of the
stone, tho middlo one resisting their
force.' This was on the trst two
nights; on the third the whole araoas
tery seamed shaken to its foundatioa,
and a tall terrible man dashed the
doors in pieces, advanced to the cofha
and calling tho woman by name, com
manded her to arise. Upon her
answering she could not on account of
her chains "You shall be loosed,w said
fca, "and to your evil;' Md immedi
ately he broke the chain with as much
aeeas pack-thread. He also kicked
o'thalid of the coffin, and, having
taken her by the han4,drew her 'out
T-the church in sight of them alL
!Bafore the door stood a proad black
mm -neighing, with iron hooka pee
parting over his whole back. .The
(woman waa put upea the beaat. aad
aaoa disappeared from tho eye of the
Meet Blurs. Her supplicating cries far
laweia heard hriMl rt.iwn
Mrs. M. . Haflmaa auoaaeea ihat
ale is prepared to weave carpets of
all elassea Leave orders with C.
Seafait,at the Moon Bloc. tf
Nate, fresh candies, etc., kept at
Furniture of all kieda cheaper tfcaa
tit. V. Taylor's.
Cat yoareahat the Farmers Eat
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"d0C wotaon.'' as sbocalUtkoat wbam
ha taw "nursing dogs" ia Yaw York.
Georre W. Child, the xaiUioaaira
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her uuixyy ea reoi or x wrom.
Enriand has sent her aaearrava
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PorSlt of herself with an inscriptto.
"wWc-wof Kcrsev Coatee, of
Kansas City, has a fortune
mated at $10,000,000, which all
Prof. Soclye, of Amherst, O..
boasts that ho was once elected to Con
gress at a cost of five cents. The five
cents were spent for a postage stamp,
a sheet of paper, and an envelope, with
which to accept the nomination.
Times have changed since then.
A red-cheeked, rusty-looking old
gentleman bought a bag of shorts at a
Banror. Me., store not lone ago. and
the new clerk refused to let him take
them till he had paid. He afterward
found out that his customer was anex
Vice-President of theUnitad States.
The name of the Arab leader at
Suaklm is sometimes, but incorrectly,
called Osman Dlgma. It is properly
Osman Digna; or, as the natives there
pronounce it, viicna, ine seconu
name is from the Arab "dilcn," mean
ing a beard, and was giving to Osmaa
on account of the heavy beard that
adorns his chin.
It is an interesting fact that the
majority of Presidents havo had blue
eyes. Mr. Harrison's eyos conform to
this rule, Mr. Cleveland's yes are
brown, as wero those of Arthur. Will
iam Henry Harrison had dark eyes.
President Pierce's eyes wero intensely
black, as was his hair. Thomas Jeff
erson's hair was red.
Paul Loyall. who died recently at
Vallejo, Cal., went to California as
secretary to Commander Farragut
when tho latter took charge of Mare
Island navy yard upon Its establish
ment in 1854. Loyall was attached to
the Gulf squadron during tho Mexican
war. Ho remained in California until
his death. He was tho oldest brother of
the late widow of Admiral FarraguL
Dr. Anna Kingsford, who lately
died in England of consumption, was a
vegetarian, and a strong anti-vlvisec-tionlsL
Sho would not make use of
animals cither for food or dress. Even
her boots were made of vegetable
leather. Sho loft a legacy to Madame
Huot, who was mora ardent, if pos
sible, in the cause of animals than her
self. Dr. Kingsford took her degree
in Paris, and was tho author of a num
ber of ablo works.
MaxO'Rell recently lectured in a
Scottish town, and when he made his
invariablo apology for his "defective"
English ho was astonished to elicit
from an old Scotsman the encouraging
remark: "Hoot! mon! Dinna apolo
geescl Ye can speak the English maist
as weel as oorsels!" It was with no
less astonishment that Andrew Carne
gie recently read an account of his
personal appearance and manners in a
Scotch papersin which tho following
sentence occurred: "Mr. Carnegie's
speech is occasionally marred by a
slight American accent!'
'A LITTLE NONSENSE."
A squatter in a Western boom town
recently laid claim to the principal
avenue in tho place, and the grand jury
indicted him for highway robbery.
"How still Johunio is." remarked
Mrs. Brown. 'Tm afraid he must bo
up to some mischief." "Ha, ha?'
laughed tho old man. "You think it
must be an illicit still." N. Y. Sun.
A "skipper" of a splendid schooner
yacht asked the noble owner whether
he would liko to "take the helm."
The owner replied that ho never took
any thing between breakfast and din
ner. "Who was the first man. Tom
mie?" asked the Sunday school teacher,
after explaining that our first parents
were made from the dust of the earth.
"Henry Clay, ma'am." Yonkers
Hannah More, it is related by tra
dition, "never was kissed in her life."
Is it possible that this betrays the
origin of tho slang phrase. ''That's
what's the matter with Hannah?
Employer "You say that your
habits are all correct?" Applicant
"Yes, sir." Employer (after a mo
ment's pause) "Do you drink?" Ap
plicant (absent-minded) "Thanks.
Don't care if I da" Burlington Free
Contributor to comic paper (in
great alarm) "Alvira. there goes a
page of my manuscript in the fire.
Jerk it out. quick." Wife (sadly but
firmly) "Cyrus, you must take care
of your own chestnuts.' Chicago
Chicago wife "Were you looking
at some boots -for me yesterday, dear?"
Husband "I think not. Why do you
ask?" Chicaco-wife "Because I heard
you say in your sleep last night that
you were holding a pair of nines.'
'Moses "Cindy, whar's my rai
ser?" Cindy "Wich on.-. Moseer
Moses "De iiijhtia' one. le Sons ob
Harmony and Fraternal Affection is
gwino to ioct ossifers fer de ensuin
ye-'ih. an I may hab to do a little
'Icctloaccrin. Term llaute Express.
Ice! Ie!l lee!!!
Fred Hammel wants his frieads to
kaow that he has piles of f ae river
ier for sale which he will offer to the
trade in sesoa. Beeerve year or
ders fer him.
I eaa save yea big money ea farai
ad carpets. Iff eiuaavaat pat-
terao of earaate oat witaoat
MARRIED BY TELEGRAPH.
a .aaiaialrhh at. OmmUI. I
It is reported that a clerk ia aeeof
taa DoparttaenU at Waahinftea waa
raooatly married ny nrntains; to
mmm lautv MsalAififv in thS) WOSfcBn
p of tliia State. The offlciatinf
clergytnaa stood with the brideffrooQi
Sern end of the tether. aa
attho BOrtllttB. ..A,, you,
eedy." said tho Washington operator.
who kindly acted in the double capac
M .. .lftCtpIcljU .nd bridenan. "Ay. '
"bo klndlj jacted " apac.
it of alactrlciaa and brideaan. "Ay.
y." respondea th. lady. - quick a. a
flash. Five scintillations.
thinr was done. Two "Wilt Thousr
two "Yeses." and tho clerical verdict
pronouncing the twaiaoae f esb, com
prised the whole ceremony. Never
were a youwj, couple. spUoed with
greater neatness and dispatch. Noth
ing was omitted save the conjugal
Seise, which, being untransmlaslMe,
, was.uMMbly. postponed to a mere
convenient season. ,,
Let us hope 'that the magnetic cur
Tent through walch' the fusion was ac
complished prefigured a sympathetie
intercourse between the parties ae
lively, but-not quite as evanescent, aa
i.tho lightnings flash, remaps wis
atyleof nuptials may-come lniovogue.
and the positive and negative-polea of
che-telegraphic battery bo extensively
.used for affirmative purposea-by iad
(vkluals seeking the honorable state
of matrimony under difficulties. If,
however, .the endearing phrases of the
honeymoon are to pass to and fro aver
'the wires, the early stage of wedded
bliss will become somewhat ex
pensive; but if the telegraph corpora
tions have any souls which is doubt
fulthey will make a deduction from
their established charges in favor of
connubial billings and cooings.
But a question arises. Are wire
woven bonds of matrimony binding ia
law? Can alightning.lassoed husband,
who subsequently contracts a marriage
in the old-fashioned way, be success
fully prosecuted for bigamy? Judging
from the gross mistakes that every
day occur in magnetic messages, the
electric fluid is by no means as truth-J
ful as little G. W., and in a matter so
extremely delicate, the delinquent
would probably be considered entitled
to tho benefit of a doubt The Tele
graphic Interest should at once taka
the opinion of eminent counsel on this
matter. It concerns the companies
nearly; for if plcctnic espousals are
declared legal! they will undoubtedly
prove an important source of revenue
on every line, and if divorces could ha
legitimately accompli shod through the
same medium, the profits would be
enormous. In disconnection as well
as connection, consists the wonder
working power of Morse's invention,
and wo therefore think that if applied
to marriage it should also be available
It is an open question, however, aad
we leave its decision to the bench aad
bar. In the( meantime success to
sparking bver the wires, and amy
Hymen continue to light his torch.
when necessary, by electro-magnetism,
N. Y. Ledger.
A MEXICAN STORY. -
How tha WIm Tawa CaaacUan af Lagas
Discovered Their Owa Leg.
Onco, upon a great festival, the
town council of Lagos went to the par
ish church to hear tho mass. And all
the members of tho council were
dressed In seemly state, in black coats
and tight black trousers and flowing
cloaks, and each wore a wide-brimmed
hat of black felt, over which a feather
rallantlv curled. For their comfort a
leather-covered bench was placed be
fore tho chancel rail. And when they
caxno to sit each man in the order of
his dignity sat down upon the bench
and Disced beside him his hat. But
when six of the twolve councilors thus
wero seated the bench was full. Thea
a whispered conference was held and
it waa decided that the bench must be
stretched. So six of them took hold
of one end and the other six took hold
of tho other and aad they pulled hard.
Then they came to sit again. Aad
the first councilor put his hat beaeath
the bench, and the second did likewise,
and so did they all. And they in all
in comfort sat down, by which they
knew that they had sufficiently
stretched the bench.
Being thus seated the first councilor
crossed his right leg over his left leg.
and so did the second councilor, aad
so did they alL But when came the
time in the mats whea all most rise
aatoneof tho councilors could tell cer
tainly which of the twenty-four legs
were his. for all were clad ia tight
black trousers, and were crossed. Aad
each man looked at the maay legs,
among which were his owa, aad sor
rowfully woadered if he ever should
know his owa legs
aad so be abJa to arise aad walk.
while thev thus pondered it fell
that the first councilor was bitten by
a flea skrcoly ia his rearward parts.
And the first councilor slapped at tho
flea, aad that ha might slap the better
uncrossed his legs. Thea the second
councilor knew which were his logs.
and so did the third, aad ao did they
all. And so they all u
and with great thaakfubjess
Thomas A. Jaavier. ia Serihaor'a.
writer in aa CagUah joaraal
ewfaoaanf Saaad Poad. ia
is gave forth a die
A Kaaw man haaled HOP carloads
af dirt ia owe month, aad the leaal
editor chronicled it as "800
ia one oath."
It is a plsatnta io bo aato
iaokiac fer siotTiinc or ottw
risday tao eU wlslliihsd tna of C
his star. Tea aad
that ha oamss as ianjto a steak as amost
Beasesdoam Lsaasle or Oeaawa, aai his
Wswa.aal iifiilsa Iftiiai tssssh-fsta
awawMowawaast- ToaB-aj slsajiaa-
ts- nrnrai mrBMAf.
-Qiac the vital statistics of a
certaia town, a newspaper said: v:
the births, seven tboumand three hun-
dree and eichtV'five wore children."
A bouth Africaa cater sold a com
iln tA an Vrr-lih nn1anr for B
lund-organ and a ru. It wan a pretty
.car approach to -a kingdom for a
-It U written of Voluire that when,
ln hi9 vainSui effort to lcmrn English.
he dlscPrred lhllt tho ters a-p-u-e
.Mnd .u..i A word of lwo -vllables.
he dv lhllt
ipeiied ,agu." a wi
increased the length by add
lng two more letters, and o got
pl-ag.u-c. the word became one yl
lableand was pronounced "plag.1 ho
threw the book across the room and
fairly danced in rage.
There Is a German newspaper pub
lished at Jerusalem, and it says that
tho city is growing In size and popula
tion at a remarkable rate, which is
surprising, because neither its situa
tion nor its trade is favorable to a
rapid Increase. The Jews take the
lead ln building, followed by the Rus
sians and Germans. The Greeks and
Armenians are also busy building
cafes, bazaars and shops.
They were hunting up old school
teachers in Vermont lately, and found.
that the oldest in active service was lit
tle short of fifty years at tho desk.
This veteran is A. 1). Searles. who be
gan teaching in 1811 at the age of nine
teen. He obtained his first certificate
from the poet John G. Saxe. He is
now la control of the school which the
late Sir Curtis M. Lamson garo to tho
village of New Haven Mills, VL
Aa amusing misadventure hap
pened the other day to a woll known
artist in Paris. He had purchased an
old helmet In a bric-a-brac shop, and
when he got home the idea occurred to
him to try it on. It wont on easily
enough, but when he wanted to take it
off he found it impossible to do so.
Finally he was forced to go to a neigh
boring gunsmith's to havo it removed.
His appearaaco on tho street wearing
this medieval relic produced a decided
A resident of New York City sent
to Scottsburg. Ind., recently, to pur
chase a large whito oak tree, which
measured twenty-seven feet in cir
cumference. He paid $7u for it, and
at once set to work to got out as largo
a board as possible. Tho tree was
ripped up by means of a cross-cut saw,
and made a board ten inches thick, 0
feet 3) inches wide at butt, and 5 feet
wide at top. and 32 feet long. It re
quired two yoke of oxen and eight
horses a whole day to move it ono and
one-half miles on a broad tread wagon.
Why do theater goers prefer seats
on the right of tho houso? When you
are on the street on which 6idc of tho
walk do you keep? On tho right.don't
you? Of course you do. And yet
look to the left, eh? If you dp n't you
are different from overy ono else.
Well, you walk to tho right and you
look to the loft Twenty-five or thirty
years of this sort of thing naturally
gets one accustomed to it. Now, when
you sit for two hours and a half or
three hours ia one position, if you
have to keep your eyes to the right,
you will find that it tires the muscles
of tho eyes quite perceptibly. Albany
An uncommon incident occurred
at a church near Louisville recently. A
revival was in progress, and among
those who went up to confess his sins
was a young man whose life had not
been noted for Christian-like deeds.
He had been connected with the fire
department and was a most energetic
worker at fires. Several members of
the church were around the young sin
ner, giving him words of comfort and
encouraging him in the step he wuh
about to take. At that moment a fire
alarm struck. The young man sprang
suddenly from his kneeling posture,
rushed from the house at tho top of
his speed and hurried to the scene of
the fire. He has not been to church
What's new in woman's energy?
The success of a woman who would
expend thousands before she would
see her name in a newspaper. Four
years age she had no stockings to her
font ; yesterday she received in velvet
and point lace with diamonds as big
as filberts ia her ears. All her own.
and honestly earned. She was turned
upon tho street with two children
begging her fer supper because her
husband could aot pay his reel Kotr
aeays tho illustrated papers beg ia
vain for the privilege of photograph
ing tho art treasures in her rooms.
Dresosaeklng has done It all. She
tried for a place as plain cook
or housekeeper, sho went from house
to houso as a seamstress, at f 1 a day.
aad all the tlsae she said If she ever
had the opportunity she could show
what art meant ln dreasasakisf. It
sounded like a fairy tale, but it has
ited. IVeaently she will lake her
to Gemaay to salsa tne-r
JShe aesigBS -every gown
that genaea toss her eaiabl-shaiertt
st get fTCa lor ea that wont
come true. fcrery year ne fx&rs&tttettrtMU
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Notice is herebyKneti th.it under andlvvlr
tueot mx ordrr ui sole iwiiol t I.. M.Voit.
clerk of thr dUttiit court in and for Wcbater
coui.tr, Nebr.uk. In an action pending in aaid
court." w herein AuxuM Nildfadrii I plaintiff aa
V II Hcffiirraud Aineil lleffiirr are defend
ants. I "diU otter for !? at public tendua far
esisli In hand to the hiuhett bidder attheeaat
doer of tin court lioiwe. in Ked Cloud, Wrbtter
coutitv. .Nftira.K.a, (tlut Ix-lns the pbco Mbera
the l.i'u term of court t bolden) on the tSUt
d.i of April. inO, at two o'clock, p. m . the fol
low Inx docribed property to-wit: The tiaxth-
c rtu.trtertne ) 01 aceuon iwewijr rourrci)
' town two (?) range ten (to) wot of the Cth p. .,
In cut rcouutr. .eirnk.i. uw j, iiotk i. ioi
l. 5.6, II. 13, If, 17, 1S, 1, block r, outh i; fctt
ot lot IS. block I., lot 13. block. 14 3. blocks,
lot 1, S. .?. 1. 3.C and 7, WiwK. 7. lots I, 2, 5, 4, 5.
0, 7. n.0. 10. li. 12. 13. block 3, lots to. ii ts aad 13,
hWk?, in theorislniltnwnor (Juide KoK, Ne
braska, a property of V. II. Heffner and Araai.
U Hciiiif r. 1. 1 ten under m h.tnd thN i.na day
of Murru. t!K. II C. Scott, .sheriff.
C:ie a: McNcny, plaintiff's nttomr).
Notice la hereby pven th.it under utdbylr
fie of it'i order of vile iMticd out of Uip district
court of tho eighth ludlriitl dUttfct in and for
Vbier county, Nebraska, ui-on a decree In aa
action pending In 4ld court wheMn Ilioma A.
I'aei nlutntlff aud.I.imeM. Manln. lUttl A.
Martin, W. K. Jackson. Kcd Cloud .Nutonal
Hank.. I O. I'urden and Khoda IVnnyaredf
fend.tnH. 1 xh.il! offer for viile at public rtidii
f r ca in It tnd at the eat door of I he court
liou." In lied Ootid In aid count) (that ftlng
the iilaci where the kt tertn of Mid court m
ho dei ) on i lie 221 day of Aptll. li. at t o'clock
p. in . the lollowlnjr devrrlted projert) to-wlt
I oN t In ( J and four ) and tho vnithlaf
fine i orthwet ijuarter ( , n w U ami tua
north lulfot the lotittiaei. oiurter n l, ,
of rct!on in. township I. nortli of r.iii io, wrt
of the bfti I' M In Wrbstrr county. Nebraska.
;iun under my haiid thl 2tt day of March,
I8. 34-i! II C. Scott, Mieilff.
Knlej IJro., I' a tittt! att's.
fttierlO 'a Mala.
Notice. Ia hereh irUcn that tinder and by tlr
tuofu:i order "of ste lM.ed bvL.II.Vort.
lerk of the district court lu and for Web1ar
count). Nebraska, Inanactl'U pendlns ' akt
court w hrreln llionm A. I'ore l plaintiff aaa
l.eore Van Vocrt, el l, are drfndanU. I ftbal!
orter for slent public elidue for rath In h4
to the hishrt bidder at the caat door of tk
court house In I'.eil Cloud. Webster comity. -braskn
(that Ik-Iiu the I.vc where the last teiai
of com t w.i. hoMiu) on the IMk day of April.
!.. at I o o'clock p. in., the follow!.: levrlt
ed pioerty to-wit. The southeast quarter of
section tweut-nliie and the northeast uarte
ofM-ition fhirt-two In township two, north of
ranee nine, west of the Cth p. m. in Webster
count. Nebraska, as the property of i.eonr
VanWoert. lilwn under n:v hatxl Uils Uh dy
of March. sJ. II. C. Scott, ShrrlS.
Kalc H.'os . iilalntlff'i attorneyi.
Herbert I- I.uce You are hereby not I led
that n the (,th day of June, !?, 1. 1, Uauta.
rmrihaHcd at prlrato tax vile, at the court
hwiise in lird Cloud. Nebraska, for Uie taxes of
tb M"'r Ix-'s. ainnuntiiu: to 113 CI. th following
lands su.ited In Web'ter county. Nebraska.
Lived In fhs iKtini of Herbert . iJiee lo-wlt
I'nrt n e 4 of a sew M. own 2. rmrurr tl. 3
ii.rt lu time fur rciln)iifuii uf .i)d lands
f roin tht lien of Id U aaia will apreJuaa
flh. IRi.aiicl If not miccjned I will make ap.
plhutioti f or a trcaturcr's tat deed. I. Hack.
Not he Is hereby Klen that under and by sir
tueof an exe-titloii Issued by I. II Kort. rlerh
ortdo district court In and for Webater counts
Nebraska, lu an action w-ndlnr In said court,
wherein Joseph Craves l pUlaUf anil W. A.
McKel.-han and Tiiad Arnold are defendtnt, I
band li the hlnlip.t
1H4(JT lit the et
the court hmiM-iu lird 'l"ud
Srbruskn. itliat beltii: iho l'tare
line Iht I
term of court wis holdenj on the Mh das of
April IMO. at one (11 o'clock o ta . the f..!olnr
il. vttb I protrtr to-wlt: Tlie noilh,.at i of
t lir tsvo ri town tin re iJ) ri'f ten io
and ilie southeast quait.r ( e ,) sclloti two
it loan three s rn?e leu (tot alt In
W-bster county Nebraska. a llw propertrof
Thrul Arnold ilefebdant
iihra under ruy hand this 7th day of Hareh.
! H. C rvorr.
;. K.Chaeey Wiertff.
Ilalntiff'a Att'y. Sit
Notice I s hereby Risen thai UBsW uu by sir
tae of an eiecutton lsud by L H Fort, elers
of the district court in and for Wetwter comfy
Netraslw In an action peoitag ia aald caort
wherein Hie i:l iloud National Hank is plain
tiff and Iliad Arnold and W. A. Bf cKelxhaa are
defendant. I shall offer for saleatpublb; tea
due for eah In baas' to the atrdiret MddT at
the eist Uopr of the court house la Red CJowd.
WeUter count Nehtwaka (that blB tfce piae
where the last tnu ofaald pavoy ws IwJ.!n)
on the t h day of April ! at 2 m chtp. w. the
following descrltied propertT to-wlt Th north
east ' of aectJoti a bsraa. raia It. wsst, aa
the south eat s.. aecUoa 2. tosraa. raose r.
west all In We lister county. Nibraska aa the
property of Thad Arnold, defendant
f.iren uuder my hand this 7th stay af March.
18?. II C fscoTT.
Kaler ftnvs. JierH.
rtalntlSs Atty. -t
In tine rincf ctnjrt of Wffcstrr cxsny Nt
t'Jed aetmn wt I taae notice taat on ihe sata
day ot February a class. UiaiaU9 htreta
tieil hi p utlon in te diatrleteowrt of Wt IM
T-ictT rl sta'r Nebraska, acalr.at jciUas
tM ebr-hard the said eefVnaatst brrin
rta gins jouwlth lagt2e legal wife of tha
p'AjntJ-. W -erx rv urraara, us aiw curxina
tu wua (tas-cz
disserted btffi for mor
la.,1 pxu. u vt)ert aad a-rr of
ii pd t. ts az to ottattt an ataaU I re
S 1 .- - Sra aalfl aT V asWaaWaaTOal n I aT,
befcr tt U b 4ay af April, um
Ttued UtC Cou: Nebraha, rehraary.
Case a ScNesy. Atts't
Gwt vivas wsn
s, ,r. -a auikaea asstiasaB re li 11 e'W't
wrMrr casrtj.'Krnfk jgafshiBt fha Sv
vrleraseof whsfharato MaW fi2
f men Ua oo the rrtwa-is f a fs aast rrfaa
tl to tcisft : txl&Uff aJrJ fer t3IaT
'lacsM iJewnUt titUUS to are tfcaa taa
sears la past aaa to luse tm r -t xn m SM
ex " aid rmscsir H 11 tr ajluaw chOaria
uwa lieaes; iMawavI acea stseea rear.
s-rsaasa xri lea rears aaa agn tjm&j
190 arc reqsarea ve aa sr
or hrfee tha 4af of Maf
siM jrKiac 3
so. fcw.Ji.Tj rx.rwT.
r K-irr hfot. lire anararys.
0WAOQUAISTCD WITH THEst
MUOi TAZ.3A3U: ixrcnxA?
THE CREAT ROC!C
Bock Zaland & Pi. C
line-, brnnchi n
icaaro. JOiiot. U'-4w . . cii
-Davonnort. Me ! s' .
i alotrtea. Knozv .i v I v ' .
i. and Council Ht itt.-i . l' .'
L watarlown nml s.ouv- f '
St. Josseph, ami Kwia C't lu . '
tn NEBRASKA - Hort-n, T. ; k -. t
, Caldwell, tn h...NSA- J
TTtver-ei nov. iv i i -
rtnbo. factlltU'ti if -tit- n
aaa ciuco in t-outl-rn ..t
Tiedlan Torritorx, T-sa,
I TLe-jisr-SS- Z' X.atsSlawl
pWaasr?s1 & . -. - Xl. Vl&jfcl
RSSeW cr -- - "" ' r--Ki;
Haaa3llaV-2--J"tC:rt t" "'nS5
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SOLID FAST VESTI3ULL f c.SS
Coacb.cn Iniui't c
, DnaViT n.i.t J .'
TICK iliU y
Cswo and K iv. in
Chair Cant KU1 1 it
gnotcu 1 1 rmt-.
lsttro. Salt tYnr f
coaaootlous nml trnnufi r ;u
THE FAMOUS AL3EFJT LEA riOUTE
Wt T .....
Haul. Tho liU- " ,.
Hahln- groniula ' t!;e
n tnn rnoet, crxw imv
Eamt UotiUitirn LinXuta.
RT UNK VIA HKNKCA
CtncinnnU. Imt.mp.n4V imyeu. ant wouncii iiswrra, in.
D, UsiVunwoitll, KavnsaA
Uas.d tVitt ...-. 4 t m ilh
lu tho Uultoil tJtatwa or
ritOMl'l AlflNTlOS .1 TO
efiaiam a cd six a s
Collections, Taxes Paul. &c.
O a" 11 "T flf
lccwitn uie wOUiu
Prealdottt, Alhajiy, ! T.5
Robu V.bHIltfhY. '
NKHRASKA Sc KANSAS.
FAMM 1LDAM Oa,
11 1!) UP C. I PI 7.7 Lt foOJOO.
Red Cloud, Ntib. AU-miy, Miw Vurk.
H. Clarke. All.at.v. ,.r Y..rk. Who JcT'tva H, tU'.'.,. .V y
W. II. Kol... n. AHa-r. .. V r li, Fraeie,., JltoiWkl Mas
B.V.hirey D.M I'lati K. I'. llicMsed. t I.-t... M li Me.Nu
Oa iaiproved farms in fUt n .w.il . a. M i ? (ft e.! a tixm Oia
security is approrrti i'mwiaJ nn nte t m !(! Cloil
n set-slak. -in-! 1
A. M. Br.OW.V. laor.
Bss He and 4th At.. Ilsi Otwd.
D. B. Spanoglc,
and Loan Agh
Red Cloud. :
EO. O. AXD K. I. YKL-KIt.
faonuirro5 o the
for bitty 1 Untf 0!
Camp leu nod 00I7 t oi t.i.-t
eoaks ta Watwter ccrjaty. Grwtrz t4
Iaaes aod dtj ptvt-nj- tot
HCTCHU0h4a EDOXI, Y.
north f CJj SotieT?. e
taorsichJjr tr&ptd. vj5
mtat jottr ttr?fear
; Muals'vaQ a rr7- rr
Ora Moera: bi U & S
trhacrfo io tjasrtr
4eai a mmfimm i
test fol of nVo cs
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t m eoulhweat
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V ot Uborty, losva
. lhirlrtii. uuthrla
sg n . . . t 1'aul In mis:
.At -1 -v n- r''n. Camsir
otTt '- rsurtK.rv . ana Nob
aaV Ot t i,
t of I - I
ftla. riiovtile', Norton.
lr.sr. HtiU, In OOtA.
: U. anl tfmcintf lands
. . u .iKT Mats Ant to isii
rasMta, h..u "s
n.ije ,-sf aitinmnt and
r' vrar and Cislt.
IK -.NT VJltlTUIUl.
' f" iO 'Oroahai. n
km titnintf Care,
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TvMtriat lauw t. thw as-onio rort. and
.orthwt Ua wutortown Mranrh
innao tsvruaarn iowa,.-Mmuiw..i.ni
AiiO KANXAKX1S orn,r rarUlttoa to
Ctt , MlnneaiJHjiU. an t?t
si Oaaeh;-Wsa;iaa.ts-aa .aisaajsi t,t ! PailfMUi
OnfMidn, or aOtroa
E. A. HOLBROOK.
lucitrc. .ionn iiock
A. TOTXarr. vtas..i-raj4i
Oovar to C " '..j;o,
Donvor to K.'inaaa Cire.
jDasnscr to C-nah;,
. Ornah.'t to Chicago,
Zttn&'j'i City to Chicago,
Omahn to 8t. Loula,
s car lin 4
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