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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1889)
Time table Xo. II to take effect Nov. 23d. 18s9.
WOHTII VIA HASriStJS.
No 132. passenger to 1 Listing leave i
daily except Sun J.iy : a.m.
No. l.'l, freight to Ha.sting daily " 1 50 1 id.
Ni. l"l i assonger f torn tl.iily ex
cept Sunday 5u p.m.
So. 135. f reltit from Hastings daily ar
rive t"" 1 ra.
EAST VIA WYMOUK.
Xo. Ill, passenger to St .loscpn daily
Xo. 40 passenger to Kausai City dally I0:i'i p.m.
Xo. 15 passenger from Jgseph dai-
lv arrives f.sw p m.
Xo". :w p.isi'inger from Kansas City
auives 2:30 a.m.
No. 77 freight dally except Tuesday ar
rives , 12 -ija.m,
No, 6 freight daily except Sunday 11 :ui p.m.
No. 39 iassetiger to Denver daily
lcavcs 2:? a.m.
No. 1". passenger to Denver daily
leaves . 5 :10p.m.
No: Ifi passenger from St. Joseph ar
No. 40 passenger from Kansas Cliy
dally arri v es 10 .25 p. m
No. IXt freight 'or wuver leaves dai
ly except .Sunday C :15 a.m.
No. Ul freight from Deliver, daily ex
cept Muuday arrUes 8 :40 p.m.
-o. va aecoinmouauoii i uucniu
runs Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.
A. COXOVER. Ageu
The twin sisters, the Democrat and
toe mugwump Republican now seem
to be using the stme matter, or both
editors stealing from the same ex
change, and neither giving the proper
creu. xnis is certainly Hard on
their readers, as both papers are print
ed on tne same press, and sent out on
the same subscription list, notwith
standing the Republican claims 175
mere than it credits to its twin.
As the Democrat is published on
Tuesday, and the Republican on Sat
urday, it gives an apparent advantage
at least to the Democrat, as it is read
at least Thursday, before the Repub
lican is issued. One would think
that the wilcy editor f the Republi
can would know what the Democrat
contained and avoid using the same
matter the same week. Their aim is
for one to use the matter one week
and the other the next, to save type
settnig, but it sometimes happens
that tney forget to make the .change
and both use the same matter the
same week. For example:
"DoinPedro the dethroned Brazilian
monarch, dn.ws a pension of $450,000
abd arrears of $2,000,000. It is better
to be a mustered out emperor than an
alderman, or editor of a metropolitan
country newspaper. Domocrat-Re-publican."
But they are both amateurs in the
business. It takes time and expense
to becomepr oficient in any trade or
profession. Keep on boys you will
learn after while.
Nice Weather for corn husking and
corn is immense.
Mr. 11. N. Rutledgc finished husk
ing his larsc crop of. corn on last Sat
urday. We arc pleased to learn thai Miss
Cora Harvey is able to be out again
after a severe illness.
F. G. Richardson has a new four
hole corn sheller and now the corn
Several of the good people of this
place .attended literary at New Vir
ginia last Saturday night.
Preaching at Pleasant Prairie school
house next Sabbath evening. All are
Two brother- of Mrs. O. R. Pitney
from Carr eounty are visiting here and
rustling the festive jack rabbit.
The Pleasant Prairie cemetery as
sociation have their grant adjoining
the -.school house lot nicely fenced.
Pleasant Prairie alliance meets
every two weeks at the residence of
51. Clcshorn. Stun.
An alliance has been started at
the Wiliow creek school house. T.
Lacey, president, O. Moushang, secre
tary. Miss Minnie Bailey begun her third
term of school at the Willow creek
school house last Monday. She gives
the best of satisfaction.
Mr. William Norris, Jr., gave a so
cial husking bee last Wednesday and
a dance Friday evening. Je was a
' Grandma Xorris is very sick with
Mr. J. Greenhalt has 4,000 bushels
of corn cribbed for this year's crop.
How is that for dry Nebraska.
Samuel Bmner raised 50 bushels 'of
peaches, 15 bushels of apples and an
abundance of strawberries and other
fruits too numerous to mention, this
Mrs. Bon who has been confined to
her bed for the past fifteen weeks is
now able to be up part of the time and
now Mr. B. is confined to the house
Henry and Will Brubaker have
moved into our neighborhood.
31 r. Joshua Brubaker now helps the
hoys husk com. something he has not
indulged in lor years.
Mr. Wilder was elected supervisor
lor t'leasant Mill township his third
term of that office.
Mr. Richmond can speak from the
pulpit in a very able and interesting
way. , Wc predict much good being
done by her. .
Mrs Robert Adamson has been
dangerously ill but is recovering.
Messrs .-Godwin and Muushang in
dulged i a husking bee and evening
parties bstn a grata success
A ffreat manv cattle have
this psrt caused by eating smut
Mrs. Mary JJonn
will Dt'Cin ncr
11 1 1
ii. ,... f cr.rw.nl at Pleasant Lull
next Monday. . Lottib.
Its superior excellence provett hi millions of
homes formorethau a quarter or a century. It
Is used bv the United 8tates government. En
dorsed bv Hie heads or the great universities
. ii.. Ktrnni'pst. I'll rest, ana most Healthful.
Dr. Prices Cream Bilking Powder does not con
tain ainoula, nine, or auuu, ooiu uuij. m .-iiw.
PRICE BAKING POWDEK CO.
HEW YOKK. CIIICAUO. ST. LOOTS.
Report of school in Dist. 39 for the
month ending December 0. No en
rolled 11. Average attendance 10.
Those not absent during the month
are Bert and Sarah Stevens, Merton
Porter and Ella Haskins: Those 90
and above in their studies in their
respective grades are Molly Stevens,
Rose and Minnie Leonard, Lawrence
Osborn and George Leonard.
Webster County supplies for 1890.
Notice is hereby given that until January 1st
IKK) sealed bids will be received by the county
b3ard of supervisors of Webster couaty, Ne
braska, for supplies to be furnished said county
for the year 1KW and to be ordered from time to
time as needed, bids to be accompanied by a
good and sultieient bond to Webster comity in
case contract is let guaranteeing faithful iht
fonnancc of contract.
The following is a list or supplies required
and the manner of bidding, all bids lobe tiled
with the county clerk.
r'ow note heads, printed anu ruivd, 7 ids..
ji,GieiivcIoH.s Xo, 10 XXX printed white,
20,001 enveloics No. G XXX printed, white.
Iter i ,M)0.
h quires records plain page er uook :
8 quires records printed head kt book.
8 quires record. printed page tier book.
u quires records plain page pur nook.
C uiiires records printed page per book.
All records to bo full bound extra Russian
ends, lands and trout canvass cover, 40 lb
rarsons scotch tirst class linen ledger paper.
reeness arm rest sxv: per resr.
Ioii Isaac's iciis no. 1 iter gross,
Leon Isaac's ens i-o. 10 kt gross.
Leon Isaac's pens no. u h.t tfniss.
Lead pencils. Tabcr's No. 4 hexauon rubber
tips icr gross.
ia-:ki pencus-i-nitcr 8 rcu anu nme per uoen.
Rubber bands No. 11 va ridded per 1,000.
Rubber erasers (ink ai.d neiieilUKalter's kit
Figuring tabs 5x8 (100 eui-h) per 1,000.
Figuring tabs vxl0(10O each) per l.Ouo.
Arnold s ink iter quart.
.......... ..-...!.... i..i. .. ..:..i
unci ot.iiiiiiic iiiiv fui mm.
Abstract legtd cap 18 lb Craue extra icr
Alistract legal cap 1C lbs Crane extra iter
Abstract legal cap not ruled Crane extra per
Killing pens No. 1 kt en.
Mccill's iKiner fasteners round hc;nls No. 1
met. in s paper iasiencrs, round neaus, ao
claim blanks i shee. per 1000.
certiticites of election per hundred.
claims for damages 011 roads Mr humlrcd.
Met: ill's paper fasteners round heads No. 2
Copying ink, Stevens ierpin':.
Knife erascrextra quality per Knife.
Perfection mucilage iter dozen.
Perfection letter tiles per file.
Ulobe document lioxes 10x44x4 1-2 xr dozen.
Clolic document boxes 10x4ix3 1-2 ier dozen.
Globe ilodument boxes 10x44X3 er dozen.
GIoIhj document loxes I(ix4lix2 1-2 ier dozen.
t.lolic document boxes 10x44X2 cr dozen.
(ilobe document twxes 10x44X1 1-2 er dozen,
tilolte dociimeut boxes 10x44x1 per dozen.
Justice docket 2 quire extra per dozen.
Justice docket quire extra er dozen.
Fee books 2 quire extra per dozen,
lload overseers receiot book 100 in book tier
lload lists, extra material per dozen.
as K)1I IxKiks 5wi votes each ror licni per book.
Tax receipts, original, duplicate and triplicate
itceeipis lor payment under protest insr 100.
Kcdemptiou certificates ikt 100,
Application for liuuor license ncr ion.
Aflidavit for bounty 011 sculps per mo.
Appointment, oath and report of road ap
praisers per too,
ApK)intJiient. oath and rcort of road com
missioner per 100.
uenincaie 01 acknowledgement icr 100.
Certificate of oiticia! character jut 100.
Certificates tor bounty on, .scalps cr 100.
Klectinu notices f r 1S90 per dozen.
Ollicial bonds ;ier 100.
Oath of oflice per loo.
Notice, with and renort ofsnecial raid com
missioner per 100.
Koaii overseers annual settlement ier lm.
Attachment aflid-vits district court kt 100.
Attacliiuent orders district court ikt lot).
Alllilavits aiminst mirnishes district court ner
Affidavits ot replevin district court icr 100.
Aiqieamnce tonds district court per 100.
jiontis tor costs uistrici court per 100.
stay bonds district court per loo.
Injunction lionds district court per 100.
iteplevi 1 bonds district court per 10(.
Attachment itonds district court er 100.
Court wrapjicrs (civil) district court )er loo.
Court wrapiers (criminal) district court Tier
Captions to transcript distiict court per 100;
Certificates to transcript district ceiirt er
CiptioH and certificates to take deposition
district court ier 100.
Commission to take deposition district court
Notice to take deposition district court per
Declaration of intention district court iter 100,
Kcttirns of executions district court ter 100.
Executions on transcript dis'rict court iter
Final pajiers district court ter 100.
Jury and witness list district court iter 100.
Order of delivery in replevin district court
Precipes district court ter 100.
Kcogiiizan:u of criniiuul witness district
court ier hundred.
Summons original district court er 100.
Hummons copy district court per.f.'ie.
Summans in error, district couit per too.
Siibptvnas oriuinal district court per UiO.
Subpiruas copy, district court er 100.
Su!iIHi'ii:ui in criminal cases, district court per
Statemeiitof costs district court ier too.
Verdicts of jury district court ter lc0.
AftldiiVtts and undertaking lor order of at
tachment in justice couit er mo,
Atlldav its for garnishee justice couit per Mo,
Appeal undert iking justice court per Ji.
Complaiuts jutiee court per too.
ComiutmeutS for contempt justice court per
Kxecutions justice court per 101).
Mittimus iu bailable cases jastice court per
Mittimus incases not bailable justice couit
per 100. .
AOIICC Ol LvllMauit' 91UC jUMRVtULU. I'UI 1W,
Noti o of garnishee justice court er loo.
Onlcr of attachment Justice court er loo.
Onler of s:ile of attached procity justice
court per loo . . ,. . mM
irder of arrest, justice court ir ino.
Ilwognizjincetoktep the peace justice c urt
Ileplevin sniiimons, justice court ir 1(K.
ijuinnons, original justice court ier 100.
Cash Dry Goods house !
Just received another large lot of
Come and get our prices before buying.
dry goods of all Kinds, CHEAP !
J. J. DUCKER.
Summons, copy, justice court, iter 100.
Suuimous against garnishee. Justice court iter
Subpo-nas copy justice court per 100.
Subpo-nas original justice court per 100.
State warrants justice ceurt per 100.
Search warrants justice court per iQf.
Undertaking for costs justice court iter 100.
UndertakJug in or der of arrest justice court
Verdict of jury Justice court per 100.
Venire for jury justice court per 109,
The countx- board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
J. II. IU11.KV, Ounty Clerk.
lted Cloud. November, 25, 1889.
district court of Webster county, Nebraska,
November term 1889.
In the matteror the estate of Christian Bakke
On reading and filing the npetition of Andrew
O, Berg, administrator of the estate of Chris
tian Bakke deceased representing among other
things that the said deceased died slezed of cer
tain real estate therein described and that it is
necessary to sell the same to pay the debts of
said deceased and praying for license to sell the
same and it appearing to the court that it is
necessary to sell real estate for that purpose.
It is ordered that said petitioa be heard at the
court house at Alma, Harlau county, Nebraska,
before Hon. Wm, Caslin, judge of the eighth ju
dicial district of Nebraska on the 22nd day of
January. IK) at 1 o'clock p. m.
it is fiirthur ordered that this order be pub
Iished in the Bed Cloud Ciiutr a weekly Bews
mitcr published in the city of Red Cloud in said
Webster county at least four successive week
before the day set for hearing,
case & KcNeny J. K. Cochrak,
Atty's for petitioners. Judge I'residiti;, .
District court Webster county, Nebraska No
In the matter of the estate of Edward Deraars
On reading and filing the petition of Xavia
Demare. administrator of the estate or Kdward
Deinars. deceased representing among other
things that the said deceased died slezed of a
certain interest In real estate therein described
and that it is necessary to tell the same to jay
the debts or said deceased and praying for a li
cense to sell the same audit aDDearinirto-the
court that it is necessary to sell said real estate
Kir mat purpose. 11 is ordered mat saiu peti
tion be heard at the court house at Alma, Har
lan, county, Nebraska, before Wm. Oaslin, judge
of the eighth judicial district of Nebraska, on
me zain nay 01 January, iw ac 10 o ckhk p. nu
It is further ordered that this order Ix pub
lished in the Red Cloud Chirk a weekly Hews
naner Diiblisbcd at the citv of lied Cloud In said
Webster eounty at least four successive weeks
before the day set for heart ng.
case & jvicNeny, J. E.ooraBA'f.
Atty's for Petitioners. Judge Presiding.
District court of Webster county. Nebraska,
November term 1889.
In the matter of the estate of Isaac May, de
on reading ami filiuc tne petition of William
May administrator of the estate of I.saac May
deceased, representing among other things that
said deceased died siezed of certain real estate
therein descrilted and that it is necessary 10
sell the same to pay the debts of said deceased
pniyiiiif lor license to sell tne same and it
nppeariiig to the court that it is necessary to
sell said real estate for tliat purpose.
It is ordered that said petition be heard at the
court house at Alma, Harlan county, Nebraska,
nerore 11011. wiiuam "iasiinjuaire 01 the eighth
judicial district of Nebraska on the 22nd day of
January 13K at I o'clock p.m.
It is furlhiir ordered that this onler be pub
lished in the Ked Cloud chikk a weeklv news
puer published ut the city of Bed Cloud in
siid Webster county at least four successive
weeks Iteforc the day .set for hearing,
case & i.'cNeny, ,1. E. Cociibax.
Attv's for itetitioners. .1 initio Presiding.
Notice is hereby given that under and bv vir
t-ieofaii order of sale issued by L. II. Fort,
clerk of the district court ef the 8th judicial
district in and for Webster county, Nebraska,
upon a decree in an action pending in said
court wherein Daws & Foes is plain tiff and
Alma Downs is defendant z shall offer for sale
at public vendue forVash in hand at the east
duorof the court house in Ked Cloud in said
county that being the place where the last
term of said court was holden on the 3h day
of December ixso at 1 o'clock p m. tho following
j quarter, of Uie north-west quarter and south-
east ouartr of north-west nuartrr if ivtinn
fourteen, U lown one, 1 north range twelve,
I12J wc3t of the 6 p. m, in Webster cwunty, Ne-
Civei'i undor my hand this 271 h day of No
vember 1SS9. II. v. H;ott,
I'.vCase&Mceny Sheriff. ,
flf KHIFF' SALK.
Notice to hereby given that under and by vir
tue of au order of saU Issaed by L. H. Fort
clerk of the district court ef tho 8th
Judicial district in and for Webster
county,- Nebraska upon a decree in a
action pending in said court wherein
Dans St Foss are piaintlR'a and Elizabeth Span
ogle at al are defendants I shall oSer for sale
at public vendue for cash in hand at the east
doer 01 toe court house In Red Cloud in said
eounty tliat being the place where the last term
of said court was holden on the nth day of De
cember 1889 at 1 o'clock p. m. the following dis-
west half of section twenty 20 township two 12
north ranee twelve 12 west of the Cp, m.in
Webstor county. Nebraska.
Given under my hand this 27th day of Novem
ber 1889. JJ. c. Scott.
By Case A McNeny, Sheriff .
f laiatig's attorney.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Bloom ington, Nebraska.
November 27, 1889. f
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in suppers of his claim, and
that said proof w ill be made before the judge or
in his absence the clerk or district court at Ked
Cloud, Nebraska, on Tuesday, January 14th,
NIELS PETER HANSEN.
On home-stead application No. 11,259, for the w
!5. ne ?4, sec B, tp n r 1 1, w. He names the fol
lowing witnesses to prove bis continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation of .said laud, viz:
Svend Lindquest, Christian Jcsperson, Petar
Svensen, David O. Smelser, all of Ked Cloud,
Nebraska. T. F. Ash ut,
la spite of mdnlUTsted iautatwim which
19. aBdDimcticmlnaoItaaf the Original. aantti.r
the am m mmrepreaenUtions by envious would")
conDatkcm. and 'namtaof "biMUlMinUtiiinlnu
cine ran ocnM woon, iu oiwnien
Plot lAtoMifcAnrfXernSnSrtBs is nMcaind
tdar la both Unrnsrheies as marking aa Epoch la
BtBaioq Cajtaro. HiaPmpectaa(ratpoafreo)tHa
aaUv studied biiSntim h
mtvjnta ii pmn uioaioaawooBaTaaeV
that hia Sntem is used onTw wkiWbeima Mvdied.
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a guaranieeu cure for all ner
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ory loss of brain power hysteria
headache pain in the back ner
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eral loss or power of the Genera
tive Organs; in elthei sex.caus-
"i "iviscre'ion oroverexertion
and which ultimately lead to
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box or six boxes for $5 00. Kent
by mail on receipt of price. Full
particulars In pamphlet, sent
free to every applicant
We Guarantee Six Box cm
to cure any rase. For every $5
onler received we send six boxes
with a written guarantee to re
fund the monev if our mm-cIUc.
does not effect a cure. Address Afttf Tsfeja
.11 ..IMIIIIIIIIIII-UIHMI. 1IF IIIO 3ll(J
iiuinutacturers. The Muiibav Medici nf .
"SoIdiii Ked Cloud byU.U corilNGsole
It beats them all. No
book like it. Everybody
wants it. 2D0 illustration.
cinarjng. Hundred of
dollars to hiLMlera. Old
and young buy: aKo
thousands of G. A. K.
and Sons of Veteran.
One agent has ordered
-er TOO books. Anothre
In. inl G.A.R. Post.
21 attractive illustrations llJr.Te1e" .
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4 r rfys
THE TRALERS LUMBER CO.
Lower than any yard in the world
F. V. TAYLOR,
KEEPS THE FINEST LIME OF
In the city at prices that all can afford to buy
if in want of any tb tag in his line.
Opposite First National Bank, Bed Cload.
J. C. WARNER;
REAL ESTATE AGEHT
Have lands of all kiatLs to sell or trade lor stock or mortgage Botes.
property to sell or trade.
Earm Loans made quick and easy
Office ovei McFarland s store.
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
L. H. FORT, Manager.
Abstracts of Title
Furnished to all Lands in Webster County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOTICE.
Having had ten years cxiiericnce in county record and one of the most complete set of Ab
stract books in the state, we guarantee Nit i.f action. Yost favors solicited
All orders tilled promptly. lo.Oua dollar bond Sled
and approved. Address or call on
L. II. FORT Manager, Red Cload, Neb.
R. V.Shikey, Pres. Henrt Cf.ARKB,Vice-Pre. Jno. R Shimt, Caki
Howard B. Cathir, Assistamt Caakier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
fled Cloud, Nebraska.
CAPITAB, - $75,000
Transact a general banking bnsincs, bay and sell county warrants, alaa
county, precinct and school district bonds. Buy and sell foreign exchange
Ja AfrWnv J. A. Tnllevs.
John R. Shirey.
G. W. Lindstv. R- V. Skin
E. F. Highland.
A. J. Kcnney.
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