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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1891)
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crar; bat niter nxing two or three
bottl. of Avir'w Hair Vip mr hair
grew t!iic?- ami Biojwy ami the original
color wat restored." Melvia Aldricfc,
Canaan Centre, X. II.
.Some titae ago I lout all my hair ia
coii-utiucuoo of aaeaales. After da
routing, bo new growth appeared. -I
then wed Ayer's Hair Vigor aad my
Thick and Strong.
It luw amareutly come to stay.
in evfdeatl v a creat aid to im
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J. II. WilUaaas, Floresrille, Texas.
UJ liave veed AyerVHair Vijror for
the pant four or are yean and find it a
jiio-t iiatisfactory drewing for the hair.
It i. all I coald denire. Viae harmless.
oatiMttg the hair to retain It natnral
color, and requiring but a ureal 1 quantity
to render the hair easy to arrange."
Mrs. M. A. Bailey, 9 Charles street,
-1 have been using Ayer's Hair Vigor
for several years, and believe that it baa
caused my hair to retain its natural
color." Mrs. H. J. King, Dealer in
Dry Goods, &c, Bisbopville, Md.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J. C Ayer ft Co Lews. Mass.
Bold by Ursggiataasd rerfumera.
Friday, Jaa. , 1MI.
Entered at the 1'ost Office ia Ked Olpad, N'eb.,
as nuril matter of the second class
A. P. Howard was in Liacola
John WHhctaaoa has received a
Mayor Marsh was in Lincoln this
week on business.
J. M. Chaffin, J. S. Rothrock, T.
G. Wilder and C. F. Carsaw have paid
for the Great Family Weekly uince
our last issue.
Mr. Wm. YanDyke and wife wish
to rctnrn their thanks to the friends
who were so kind during the last sick
ness of their childrea Martin aad My
r.i. Park Watson, who has heen at New
castle, Wyo., returned last week aad
left Tuesday morning for Grand llap
ids, Mich., where he has a lucrative
Every column ot a newspaper con
tains from 12,000 to 20,000 distinct
pieces of metal, and yet some people
lay claim to remarkable smartness if
they discover an error in a newspaper.
John Tomlinson was elected 2d
vice-president of the Nebraska State
Fircmcns' association at Grand Is
land last week. He was also appoint
ed on several of the most important
Kott. Martin, of the firm of R. M.
Martin & Son, dry goods merchants at
lied Cloud, was in Campbell the fore,
part of the week with a fine line of
cloaks and wraps, of which he dis
posed of quite a number. Campbell
The other day while G. It. Chaney
was in Lincoln he delivered an ad
dress to the class m the Central Law
School of that city which was highly
appreciated, and at its conclusion was
urgently requested to deliver another
at some future date.
Major Wilcox has resuscitated the
Omaha Weekly Republican and is
making a good paper out of it. He
promises to have the daily going soon
We hope he will be successful as the
Republican was a good newspaper
and ably handled bv him.
Pope Rros. & Co. have one of the
finest stores in this section of the
country, and would do credit to many
stores in the large cities. They are
doing a nice business and Tilt: Chief
hopes to sec them get to the front,
and they will do it if enterprise and a
display of printers ink is of any con
sequence. The following are the officers of
the James A. Garfield Relief Corps,
No. 14, as installed last Saturday
President Mrs. G . W.lKiw
Senior Vice Mrs. 1. J. Judson
Junior Vice Mrs. A. C. Hosmer
Treasurer Mrs. A. Arneson
Chaplin Mrs. E. J. Randail
Conductor Miss Gertie Pond
Guard Mrs. S. West
With the opening of spring we must
have the watch factory enterprise and
a railroad or two. Now let our people
get together and do something. Dead
business men arc of very little wsc to
the growth of a city. Let our business
men get upon their metal and shqw
wha't Red Cloud people van do if they
will. Don't die, but get there in good
shape. Red Cloud must set to the
This paper is republican, notwith
fctandinsa few remarks from some
chronic disappointed See seekers aad
others who failed to get there last falL
The Ciuef has no qnarrel to pick with
anyone. It has ever been our policy to
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rwrthc paper in the best interests of
the party, we represent, and to suit
ourselves principally. It has not aad
will not be run for or in the interests of
office seekers and disgruntled politic
ians, butin the interests of the repub
lican patty solely aad. alone. We
only refer to this matter on account of
romc few who have been endeavoring
to Injure the paper because we failed
to do their bidding. We may refer to
this matter again, and if necessary
may handle few of the fellows with-
C. M. Mial has reeeired a pension.
Frank Potter is home from Omaha.
Miss Grace Tccl is visiting Mrs. I.
O. C. Teel was in Bine Hill Wednes
day on business.
The supervisors committee have set
tled with Treasurer Fassler.
Mr. Beyd, of Aaisworth was in the
city last Friday aad Saturday.
Editor Ludlow of the Campbell
Press was on oar streets Monday.
Superintendent E. F. Highland of
Denver, was in the city this week.
There was a large nambcr of peo
ple in Red Cloud on Saturday last
T. C. nacker and wife have return oil
home from the cast part of the state.
Baptismial services were held at
the Baptist church last Saaday even
ing. A missionary from Japaa occupied
the 31. K church pulpit last Sab
bath; There were services ia the Episco
pal church last Sabbath by Bishop
W.B. Robywas ia Lincoln this
week. He is greatly interested in
the scheme of irragation.
J. 31. Chain and John Marsh of
Gaide Rock were ia the the city last
Friday night on business.
The aid shipped in here by the
state relief association is being duly
distributed by the relief committee.
Warner & Wolfanger go to Lincoln
Monday. These boys will always have
the best wishes of oar people, for suc
cess. An effort is being made to get A. F.
Hartwell to locate a cheese factory in
Red Cloud. It would be a good
The festival given by "The Litle
Helpers1 Society" of the. Christian
ehurch last Friday night was a grand
The revival meetings at the Baptist
church are still ia progress. Several
additions have been made to the
It is rumored that Al. McClintoc
has gone to Denver to secure a i:good
sit" in the day office there. Al is a
No. 1 operator.
Paeamonia ia aa acute form is
going the rounds. Several severe
cases have been reported here bat all
arc doing well.
On next Monday the celebrated "G.
Hog' will foretell the weather for the
next six weeks. We hope he will not
Ik; able to sec his shadow.
Constipation poisons the blood; De
Witt's little early risers rare consti
pation. The cause removed, the
disease is gone. Sold by Cotting. 7
It was rumored on our streets this
week that Prof. W. C. Picking, for
merly of this city, died suddenly at
his home in the east part of the
Small in size, great in results: De
Witt's little early risers. Best pill
for constipation, best for sick head
ache, best for sour stomach . Sold by
The ladies or the M. E. church
will give the Black Bird Cantata Feb
ruary 19th. Do not fail to see it as
it will be one of the finest entertain
Acts at onee, never fails. De Witt's
coagh aad consumption cure. A
remedy for asthma, and that feverish
condition which accompanies a severe
cold. Sold by Cotting. 6
Some of the herbs in Hall's hair
renewer, that wonderful preparation
for restoring the color and thickening
the growth of the hair, grow plenti
fully ia New Eaglaad.
The following arc tnc names of the
gentlemen who went to McCook this
week to look after the irrigation busi
ness: Jas. McXcnv. M. B. McXitt.
J. S. Gilham, E. B. Smith. D. B.
Spanoglc and D. J. Myers.
Senator Iugalls was defeated for the
U. S. Senate at the joint session of the
Kansas legislature on Tuesday, a man
by the name of Peiffcr. Senator Ing
alls is one of our brightest statesmen
while his successor is scarcely known.
Peiffer's vote was US and Ingalls 5S.
The officers of the Knights of Pyth
ias for the easaiag year were duly in
stalled last Friday evening, by J. L.
Miller D. D. G. C.
G. H. Whitson P. C.
A. Higby C. C.
E. Parkes V. C.
Geo. Rlair P.
W. Sherwood 31. A.
A. C. Hosmer K. R. S.
J. O. Butler M. E.
A. Warner M. F.
Mrs. Kite Sykes Judson, of Iaavalc
has lately been called upon to write
the history of her father, Samuel W.
Sykes and his deeendants) to le pub
lished in a forth coming nook of the
genealogy of the defendants of Rich
ard and Phebe Sykes, who .came from
Eaglaad aad settled ia Dorchester,
Mass. ia 1G33, aad from whom num
erous Sjkes families spring, they
being the great-creat-sreat crand
parents of Mrs. J. Henry N. Sykes of
ww Angiaau is compiling tae recora.
This meeting the eye of aavoae at
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oar lamuy tacy win Mease communi
cate with Mrs Judson af Iaavale, Nek
Your cough will ant la a)l winter
Yea will net be kept awake at wight;
Yam will gat immediate reK.r if.
I Yam willase De Witt's stajth aad
I i n lien 01.1 1 aTW. at
tara. 8aldhy Cattiagd
side, we aejsener
Thert will he a spoeial examiaatSaa
af taaaheraal JUd Cload, Satarday,
February 7th. P. M. Hcmtbb,
- Gamaty SaatriaUadaat,
1OMM4m Off iW
ananaaaanaia - "- ?--- a
Used in MflUoo of Homes
Go to Deyo for fine cigars.
G. W. Dow was in Lincoln this
Don't fail to buy your drags dec. of
Kickappo Indian remedies at Cot
tings. Ed Parkes is in Council Bluffs on
Dermoline-for chapped hands at
Get your daily papers and maga
zines of Deyo.
Ellis Shirey was in York this week
Hon. J.S. Gilham was in Hastings
this week on business.
A little fight on the streets last
Friday between two boys.
John R. Shirey, the irrepressible.
was over from Minden this week.
A. N. Patmor is again oa the sick
list but we hope to see him ap soon.
Mumps arc quite prevalent in this
city, in consequence thereof eheek is
at a discount.
F. N. Richardson has purchased the
hearse, and from this on it will be
kept at his stable.
Quite a rain on Tuesday which we
hope will 3o the soil cood, and make
it better fitted for the spring work.
J. H. Bailey has $50,000 to loan on
good farm and city property. Farm
loans eight per eent and less. City
ten per cent.
DeWitt's little early risers: only
pill for chronic constipation, indices
tion, dyspepsia. None so cood. Sold
by Coiting. 1
J. H. Bailey has $50,000 to loan on
good farm and city property. Farm
loans eight pet cent and less. City
ten per cent.
The B. & M. folks are shipping in
ice for the purpose of filling their ice
house. Heretofore they have taken it
out of the river.
Deyos extremely low prices brought
him a large Christmas trade. These
low prices will be continued on every
thing in his store.
If yoa want first class job work at
hard times prices eall and see TllE
Chief. First class work aad low
prices is our motto.
Mr. N. J. Johnson of Lincoln, was
in the city this week. He formerly
lived ia Red Cloud bat is now doing
business at the eapitol.
If. C. Scott has been on the sick
lirt but wc are pleased to know that
he is getting well. His little daugh
ter Edith has also been quite sick.-
Two of our Red Cloud Smart Alecks
tried bumming their way to Denver
In the blind baggage style, but .the
alert railway offieials dropped onto
them at Inavale and they had to walk
baek to the city. '
A traveling man was overhauled
this week for making himself too fa
miliar with things of this earth. He
may be able to run the basiaess of
the house he represents but we opine
he will not be able to ma Red Cloud
While Red Cloud has been enjoy
ing summer weather, reports come
from the cast and across the ocean of
a very severe winter that has even as
tonished the oldest settler in that far
away land. It's an ill wind that
doesn't blow some one good.
What enhances the beauty of fine
features more than a clear skin? Ev
en plain features are made attractive
by a good complexion. To secure this
purify your blood with Ayers Sarsa-
parilla. It has aa equal. lriee $1.
Six bottles $5, worth 5 a bottle.
Eminent physicians everywhere
recommend Ayer's cherry pactaroal
as the most reliable remedy that can
be had for colds, coughs, and all
pulmonary disorders. Ask yoar
druggist for Ayer's almanac; it is the
best pablieation of the kind, aad fall
The International Exhibition at
Kingston, Jamaica, will open oa the
28th of Janaary. On the same date
the February number of the Nrth
Americaa Review will be published
containing aa article on the exhibi
tion by hi Kxceileney, Sir Henry
Blake, Governor of Jamaica. -
Henry W. Lewis, better kaowa,
perhaps, as Toby, M. P., of Punch,
and chief of the Parliamentary staff
of the London Daily News, has pre
pared a' scries of vivid pen pictares of
the leading mea in the Salisbary
Parliament. They will be printed in
they February number of the North
Amerieaa Review. '
Judge D. F. Trunkey, received a
telegram Wednesday, from Sioux City.
Iowa, that his brother, K T. Trunkey.
on of the employes of the St. Paul
railway, had suddenly died. He was
41 years of age and iTves a wife and
three children to mourn Ka death.
The telegram gave no particalan aad
it is presumed that he waa killed.
Judge Truukey left Wednesday Bight
for Sioax City to he prrseat at the fu
"Mvstie cava" for
cia radically eueos im 1 to 3
daya. Its actaoa maaa tha system aia
lauaarkaale aad mystttisaa. It re
asaveu at aaee'tfta aaaaa ami the dia-
rreatly haaslta. Man
Sold by L. & Day,
40 Years the Standard.
The evidenee given in the contest
for state officers proves conclusively
that there was a wide spread conspi
racy to prevent a fair aad fall vote oa
the prohibitory amendment, and that
the votes as east were not correctly
In many cases honest men were
eonfased by desigaing politicians
who threw out or miseounted ballots
that should have been counted for
Votes cast both for and against the
amendment were counted as if cast
against whea it is clear they should I
nave oeen coantea separately ana
their nambcr deduced from the total
vote before making up the majorities
for or against.
For example. If there were 200
votes in a precinct, 100 votes for
prohibition, 75 votes against or not
voting on this question, and 25 votes
both for and against, tae result would
not be a tie, but twenty-five having
voted, both ways would be set off and
the result recorded giving a majority
of 25 for prohibition .
Ia view of these facts and the wide,
spread belief that the Prohibitory
Amendment was not given a fair show
ia the count, we ask all interested to
go actively to work jtctitioning the
legislature for a recount of the ballots
such as was four years ago on the
legislative amendment which was
found to have been carried by some
4.000 majority after it had bicn
declared defeated on the face of the
C. E. Bentlkv, Chairman
A. Roberts, Secretary.
Worth IlauaalrVala f Dollars.
My wife used only two bottle of
-Mother's Friend" before her third eon
finemed. Bays she would not be without
it for hundreds of dollars. Had not near
as mueh trouble as before. Dock Mills,
Lincoln Parish, La. Write the lirad
ficld Regulator Co Atlanta, tin., for fur
ther particnlart. Hold by Cotting. 27 4t
During the past thirty da., s we have
sent out statements to every sub
scriber of The Chief shewing the
condition of his aecount. A few arc
in arrears for only the current year
but the larger number are in arrears
for one year or more. The response
has not been as satisfactory as we
hoped. Many have paid up, but it is
only a drop in the bucket of the
amount outstanding. Letters from
ours subscribers in California and the
western states were complimentary
and hearty responses to our call for
money, but many have not yet an
swered. In this county there is a very
large delinquent list, amounting in all
to not less than from one thousand to
fifteen hundred dollars. This is a
large sum to the publisher of The
Chief, but to each separate subscrib
er the amouut of his indebtedness is
small Justice and honor demands
that each one in arrears should pay
the amount he owes. All have been
notified. We hope that our subscrib
ers will attend to this matter at once.
We ncf d that money to pay what wc
Worked Like a Cam
Hradfidd's female regulator worked
like a charm; improvement been wonder
ful; cannot ei press my gratitude. Wish
every lady afflicted would try it. I know
it would cure tbem. Lata A. Long,
Spring Grove, Fla. Wri.a the Bradfield
Regulator Co, Atlanta, Ga., for further
particulars . Sold by Cotting.
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Tracker Take Xallce.
A teaehers meeting will be held at
Cowles, Saturday, Jan, 31st, 1S91 at
10:30 A.M. The program is as fo I
lows: Paper, The reading cir
cle, Mr. L. F. Bailiff. Paper, is
teaching a profession? Mr. Probasco.
Class drill, teaching reading to pri
mary pupils, Miss Bessie Knight.
Essay, valaa of composition work,
and how to make it practical, "Miss
Clara Brown. Paper, the teaehcr as
a character builder, Mr. Miller.
DIscussioa after eaeh exercise. A
fall atteadaace is desired.
D. M. Hl'.ntfr.
A first elass residence with
bath loom, eity water and all conven
iences. Hoase with three lots only
two blocks west of the basiaess eeatre
of towa. For terms call on or address
A. P. Howard. Rod Cload Neb,
Of the Webster St, livery, feed and
feed stables. I will offer my entire
livery stock; cotMnstinr of 10 head good
driviag horaea, 1 span of 4 year old mares
3 top bumties, aearly new, 1 carriage.
new. 1 sprinjr wasoa. 1 road wagon. 1
hearae, G set double harneos almost new,
2ffoodaaddlen,alot of robse. blankets,
whips! etc. . The above stock is in cood
condition. These goods will be sold for
cash or trade at reasonable ncares. or
at private rale, and must be closed out
at once as I am going into other burn
aem aad do not wish to keep the atock.
In addition to the above I have also
a goad surveyor's compass with all the
latent attachmeats'thereto, also a good
ram ib Cheyenne couaty, Kansas, for
trade for city property.
Frask A. Kccas,
For a solid aad safe iavestmtat see
taeoaatraet givea ay la Xaiieaal
Life Iasaraaee Comaaaj of Meatpel-
ier, Vt, A. S. Jbaesh,
8aegial gtale Agaat
J Aa ImpeetaBt sowtn j. Taeyaei oa
the Uvea, ilamans aaa BOwsmlBeagh the
A aew priaaiaal. They aaeassr
ia the out.
BadafalHaeaf eiaetu aaaaUj an
Hardwaraas aha vart lavaai
for eaeh. Deaotaai atarw
ar hardware aatil joasee bmx Ofara
aaaa Mai aaastiBatma
s suit. iaoasMfsefS esala. Ism f ha
baa as C. L. Oaeaauj.
iaaat baa af storas
He has the
aaak aad aeaters.
The following is the program of the
C. L. S. C far the month of Fcb.18Il.
Mumc Yespcr Hytuns.
Rollcail Quotations from Poe.
Table talk Current event..
Questions on history Mrs.,C. W.
Questions on history fnm Chancer
to Tennyson Jliss Randall.
The balance of program will appear
The "Our Club" gave grand uu.
queradc ball list Tuesday jng lit at
their hall. It wax one of the tuoit in
tcrcftiug events of tle season and was
largely attended by the members and
invited guests. The various cos
tumes were handsome and unique and
such as only time and an artistic hand
could devise. Wc should have been
pleased to have given an extend
ed write up of the event but our spaee
will uot permit of it this week.
Itch on human and horea nml all ani
mals cured in 'JO minutes by Woolford'a
Sanitary Lotion. This never faiU. Sold
by L. II. Deyo, druggist, IUxl Cloud.
Annual meeting Nebraska, Im
proved Stock Breeder Association
Beatrice. Xeb. Feb. 17-19. agents in
Nebraska may sell tickets to Beatrice
Feb. 15-19 inclusive, 11. Rcsd, Sec'y.
Lincoln, Neb. will sigu certificates.
Annual meeting National Farmers
Alliance Omaha. Neb., .Ian. 27-23
all agent.s may sell tickets to Omaha,
Jan. 21-2S inclusive. August Pest,
sec'y, Maulton. Ia. will sign certifi
cates. For the uboyc occasions passengers
paying full fare oing will be returned
at one third fare on presentation of
certificate sigucd by the proper officer
of the meeting on guaiantce that
there has been an attendance of one
hundred or more who have paid full
fare on the going trip.
A. Coxoveu, Agt.
(iinc For f.ootl.
It is to be hoped thnt the barliarou
bustlo has fono for good, but it in certain
the great discovery of Dr Franklin
Milo.4 has come to stay and nllvviate hu
mnn suffering This wonderful uerte fooI
and medicine buildn up worn out systems
cures tits, spasm-, headache, ncrvou pros
titution, dizzim-, sletjplcssnc, monthly
Sainv, sttxnal trouble--, eta frs John It
tiler of Valparaiso, Indiana and J 1
Taylor of LojaiHport Indiann gained 20
pounds a mouth while, takimr it Finely
illustrated treatise on "Nervous Disease'
and sample bottlo of the restorative n-r
ino free at Cotting' who uarantevs it f
For siti I c.
My tailor shop on Ith
Terms reasonable. F. Ill
A four room uou-c on south Web
ster street, conveniently situated to
depot. Inquire of Will Harris at
McArthur's meat uiarkctr 2t-lt.
In a recent word on heart dWeaid, Dr.
Franklin Miles, the noted specialist, gives
many new and startling facts Thousand
of people arc slowly poisoning thcnmelve
weakening their heart h by the ue of ten
coffee, tobacco nud alcohol Thesy are
heart whips, causing it to beat rapidly,
thus gradually wearing it out, producing
shortness of breath when exercining.pains
in side and phoutdes. hungry and faint
spells Finally (swelling of the ankles and
sudden death. For weakened and iritated
hearts the pre everywhere highly ree
commcuds the New Heart Cure discovered
by Dr. Franklin Miles which it for pale at
C L Cotting. "
People wlio desire draying done
with prouiptnas and dispatch dioald
always hire .folin Uarklcy's teams.
John is an old hand at the business
and will do your work well. Terms
reasonable. . 1-tf
Pain FnaeeeMitry in ChlMklrtk.
Pom in no longer necessary in child
birth. Its cnune, bcirg undertooil. are
easily overcome. Anr omnn mny now
bseomo a mother without Kuffering any
pain whatever, the lnbor being made
hort, easy, nnd free from dnnger. Morn
ing siekuefl?, wcllvd limb?, and nil other
like evi!n can be rapidly controlled, and
all female disease speedily enred. Phyn
ieinns pronounce it n wonderfnl dicoTry.
Never known to fail. 'Jo,000 lndie.4 attest
its merits. Cut thi out; it mny ave
yonr life. Snffer not a day longer, bat
Keud ui two L'-cnt RtainpH. nnd receive in
ealed envelopo full particnlr.ru, tetimoa
ialH, confidential lettcn. Ac. Address
Frank Thomatt t Co , Baltimore, Md.
D. B. Spanogle,
and Loan Agent
acaa roa ouw caTatoaoc aaicts
ATUS. ENGINE WORKS,
Cafor UThe Cwmyteal fpmtm nrntmm.
ha mil 4-coT.iiai,aav
Xarttre fa Trarmrra.
Notice is hereby givea that t will
cxamiae all acraeas.whe may desire
In J. lh Mi.iit, ii. km uJliilu 9m.m
teachers ofthu public school ef tat )
couaty, at lied Cfeaa oa the third'
(Saturday of each meath.
D. M. Htjrrtn, CoaalySaat.'
IF TAKEN DURING CHAMCEOF LIFE
FOB HALE BY C. U C'OTTISCi
FBOaj Till DATK OX, I
Nil ILL Nfcl.l. nji ;OOD
Aad la alolag m will be aalc to
live any raaloairra tkc krarfll of
better price I ahall keea a
coat oleic stock or Dry ooau,
Bool, ftkoc, aad rocerte,
aatl aollell joar trade.
S. V. Spokksfii-xd.
Miles F. Hayes
Patent - Collar !
For sale bv J. O. BUTLKK
Re1 Cloud, ltuckeye
lnhhrnriirn, tu.it ihmIitmihI In tli
liifof aii'irtltr ( viV incl from ife-utTCrr ,f
1.. 1!. Fiirt. Clerk l the lirlil Cmirt of Im
Kiaitth JiHlkial IHtrirt. wtihlii ami Ir V. Ik
trr eoiintv, rlrcuka, mki a lrcrr' in an r
tknt oertdfiitr. tliert'in, Mtirrrin. Jowpti K. IUII-
h plaintiff, nurt asH;ut .lolut T, KuttuNi
ami Martha lfc l:ltlnii. Itefrmhuit. lluUI
airain offer fornaleat tniMIc ermine totbr IiIkh--.t
tiliWIer for cash in Kami at the rct.t rinor 4
the rourt hitUH. at it CImhI, In iwhl UHtrr
iNMinty. Nebraska, (that lrlns thi tilare wnrrr
the lat tertn A kII url a lnfl-n. on the
13th elay mf Jaa. .. D. Il,
Atlo'rliirk j. ai. of .ill !.r. lh fulkataK
ilt-crltM'tl profH-rty U-lt: The wmth half 4
Hie smitliwrt iinartrruf xrrllon fititr la lwn
hli thive north ia ranr nine tt f s . m.
tn WrlUT niuiiiy. Nrlinioka. l.ltrn unlcr tat)
lwnl tlni-.il it.i J LKtrtiitNT A. I. !.
I. II. KTTitW. I'Liinlia ' Atti.nwj. rjaS
For want f rh IthVIrM Un alMireiwtrU
hereby roittimieil until March 2. ll.
Ily O. r. TeH. ln")
Chattel Mortgage fNale.
Nnlk-e li herebv trhrn that by virtue 4
chattel niortsace datejl on the Mil lay f !
ritarj'. !. and duly Sled in the oSWerf the
roualy clerk of Wrhtfer eotinty. Keb..4lthe
llth day of February, I , nml executed by H.
A. Ihirtnu and It, P. Barton to L. '. Ollbert
to erure tlie payHKBt of the nam of Bjafaau
ii)am which there la due the ua ef flS4.ll.
Default tiiii beeu htade tn the wm al
aM mm ami w utt or other proceeillur at law
aatintcbrvn ianUtuted to eeure Ntld debt ar
an iart rhereef. therefore i will icll the prop
erty therein orirrlbel: Iwa vearttaa;
teertaailtwutW(-)earohl heifer, one nrrrl
horae. at ullic aurtioa at Hie yar.t 4 (iMnrd
tn Waller in ihe town af Owle. WehMer eawa
ty. Nesnwka. n tltc llth 1r of February, tart,
at one o'clock v. m. of ald day.
L. C. UUbert, afortsacee.
In the district court of Webster rwnty. Xe
lrwka. AUlUMN.Caraahjn )
JIenceT Alexander et ala )
Notice to ma-rraldent iVrfemlanta.
Hamerr Alexander and iJ1m- AleuuaaVr.
hi. wile, win rase notice titai on the ara aar
orirrrmbrr. Ir. the b,ve Paled UaiMIB
ne,i ma reutoa acainu
nthera. la aaid court, the
which are far Ihe forccbMiire
race, cites If om io
thraher lt. 1. anl file far record
corded la the offkr of the rreari r of ! ot
said Webtercnfy In loofe x. nace 4I. ci
tctlnc the fotlowiRc 4rrUmM ml eatale aad
Mrewdait itaarl In uM county faatt: The
Borth-eat if1eco arctWi thtrtcaw (I3laa
alp tow( worth, raawe twehe 1 12 weat af tha
Cth o. hu that defaalt ha hera aavil Bl Ha
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fradaata aa4 fr aa H)cacrh ri f rahilaai
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QEST WEEKLY AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL
THE PRAIRIE FARMER.
I'tVMiatoT IRMTKt ltH-r ltrvTXM
Agriculturt, Live Stock, Veterinary, Dairy, Hortr
culture, Entomology, Poultry, Bttt, CardtM
and Lawn, Science, Markets, Etc.
A "lUf 4rMl ttt lt frnrrlk tM rkr.' W11 fvM u l!w fit i ! of
IMUiltrv. Ii airvltM. Iatr. st.1 Uu( l'UnUir . IW - iwwt.fi tjt4
tmmU. liUrt Utt lYarUul IttiMrilkmt - I Tlu-0 T1 w-rl t..
One Dollar Per Year.
Prairie Farmer Horse Book.
dwHlilH t CmmUImImc VUaUle
9SO Mllrr. .
ISO Ma tmm .
a rar kbitmb or rar raiiK raKac
1lmrj t4l.r; Aut ti n . Il.. t MW. .i-, ts l-Mr tlr t
Tki.afc a4 THK railRIK rAKJIKK , ! -f- .a. BB
mmmfmrt-rmmtf B1.A4. wfW9 rrM. !"
Saat niCC far a CMS af FBHI laasaramra la TNC rlUNNC faJIMa.
Addf Tbb Mill FafMr M. b., Ill Mmk It, ttinpt "
NEBRASKA & KANSAS.
FARM LOAN CO
paid up ajpjyji,Soo,ooo.
Tahe 'Br;.ptHralUH Thraa. UrtNtw )xi 1U t Joaiu.5 dirttt -UN ih WfO"
anil not thnxtsii an nriii or r,Mntmtm man
BVeaaae yim run the hme.t rale
UtraaM mki mi rt tour iniHiO fimnolUlrli
we Vi Ih cim our apt'iicaiiou mi
aa e can mUr vmi llif Im-i trtm
rmmm intereat ainl tln'lvil U n)icm(
Hon ontlte lutetit iaymeitt
ragw ) 011 will t-I'lrawvl lilt our utaitnef
Ked Cloud. Svb.
Bra aaa) W
ea to eall al oar
all elaaaea of
ftewlag Baehlaea, araaaa, 'arrla, ete.
era faaaala la eoanotete aaa we
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
I.. II. FORT, M.nn.
Abstracts of Title
FuniWit-d to all IamU in WbottT Cotiutjr, AfXBfmtrly hirxt
ON 8HOKT NOriCK.
Itotla tta,l Icti yerjirle 1 eft!f ,.er4a aa at the aaawl ra4it
tract book In the U(p, KMri4)T wmtattoa. Taar faa 1 lwae
All orilet a Hlir.1 tmvtir ! t Oaf haaal MM
mm m-VtmrO. A
I. II. FORT
F. N. Richardson.
We liar Bore hay and mor f-ons, mum oata, and mur
barn (all of which we poicluLfed wlien ffriotja wen ay
down) titan anv firm in town, there! we K ire aired '2 kv
U lower R8ta tban any firm between tlie 2 trn. IVjanling
by tlie day, week or month. We do not brag of mir hon
maavhip. Stock in otir care thowrn tlieir ktvyinit. Call m
mi at the old reliable barn back of PofrtoOce and Jb m
Tinced that what we lell yon ia tnie.
and Farm Loan Agent
Red Ckoijd, Neiiiasra.
Afavtracttt of title fnrnihed accnrattly and inaBiUy.
garta-afactioB Gnarand. lO.fXlO botid
THE TRADERS LUMBER CO.
uesm .aamm acsaaaa aanaaak aaaaam
Lower than any yard in the world
aV TJatacr, lre.
Kum L SmtmMTt
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
jRad Cloud Nabraaha.
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Kiirens, wasnw seir mwc&
QuickC 4iisf)ed ecr staty,
rxlrtifir mitteftt nsr&i
brigy Aipi soft as n
ii .it atav
-rm4 $mr r
Active Agents Wanted.
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Albany, Nw York.
COZAD & CO.
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Prop. Red Cloud.
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