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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1891)
Friday, .laly 3,1891.
Hnterca at the Tost Office lu Itctl Cloud, Neb.,
as mall matterof. the second rla
Fine watch repairing, artis
tic letter and monogram en
graving at T. E. Penman's
Machine oil at Deyo's.
Go to Deyo for fishing tackle.
Machine oils of all kind at Deyo's.
rt . M. Dickereon is in Lincoln this
Hammocks and croquet at Cot
ting's. Miss Kate Spacogle is liome from
Prof. Goody and family were in the
city this week.
Harvest has hegun in this county
in good earnest
Mrs. Briggs of Superior, as in
the city this week.
Miss O'Brien of Hastings was in
the city this week.
Fire! Fire! Fire! Fireworks at
Deyo's in endless variety.
Dr. J. S. Emigh is home from an
extended trip to Illinois.
J. L. Miller the harness man has a
full line of ruhher and leather hclting
Cotting is still selling lots of wall
paper at way down prices.
If you require spectacles go to Deyo
and got the hest and most perfect
A District Asscmhly of the Knights
of Labor will be held ia Red Cloud,
Bear in mind that Deyo is "in it"
Mrs. Wm. Buckbce has moved to
Don't forget that tomorrow is the
4th, and every good American should
have a time.
Mrs. Ella Garman has taken a po
sition in The Chief office as typo.
She formerly worked in the Maukato
Western Advocate office.
D. J. Judson of Inavale, lias re
ceived notice from the pension de
partment that he will soon be allowed
a aice pension and $1350. back pay.
Several of the old soldier boys are
being rewarded for valiaut service in
the late war by Uncle Sam, who is
now, after so many ycais of vexatious
delay, paying good pensions. I hat
The other night while lipse team
No. 1, of the Red Cloud fire depait
mentwere practicing, some one turned
on the water before the hose was un
reeled, and in conscquncce the hose
The little fight that took place on
the streets Wednesday was quite fun
ny in which one of our leading ladies
and a well known gentleman took part.
It was ever thus from childhood's
There will be a camp fire in Red
Cloud, July 20, Ex-Governor Lewis P.
Han back, of Kansas, and O. II. Coul
ter will bo here. A big time is ex
pected, notice and program will be
given in due time.
Of the best lot in the city. When
in want of anything iifcthis line re
member Perkins & Mitchell's old
stand one door south of Miner Bros.
Insurance Against Hall.
Geo. 0. Yeiser is prepared to insure
crops atrainst damage from hail.
Now is the time to insure also against
loss from fire and wind.
when it comes to prices in paints, oilsi
Mr. Wm. Fhlors, who has been in
Oregon for the past 15 months has
Two sisters of Mrs. Dr, Emigh arc
visiting with her this week. The
iadies are from Virginna.
Deyo's celebrated sticky fly paper
will catch anything from a fly to an
elephant. Buy no other.
For oatp, rye, and corn chop of the
finest quality call on, C. M. Mycr
Perkins & Mitchell's old stand. t2
The Baptist church social last
evening in the court heusc park was
a success, and had a large patronage.
Congressman McKcighan was elec
ted by the district, assembly, Knights
of Labor, to tic Philadelphia conven
A. S. Marsh anl brother, have been
awarded the contract to furnish the
State prisoners of Wyoming with
Remember that Cozad & Co., will
not be undersold on furniture, car
pets, wall papsr &o. at Taylor's old
You fliould go at once to Deyo's
and take advantage of his remnant
sale of wall paper. Don't miss this
F. Y. Taylor has greatly increased
his stock of furniture, carpets, cur
tains &c, and won't be under sold,
call and see him.
Buy your paint of Cotting. He
sells the strictly Southern and Globe
leads and the Lincoln mixed paint
that cannot be beat.
Flour of both winter and spring
wheat, groceries and garden seeds.
First door south of Miner Bros.
C. M. Myers, Prop.
Mrs. M. Grant, wife of M. Grant,
a prominent merchant of Alton, Kan.,
and mayor of the city, is visiting
with her sister Mrs. S. L Umphenour.
Sec Cozad & Co., for funeral sup
plies, coffins, caskets, robes etc., who
are fully prepared to conduct funerals
in the city or country, at Taylor's old
Mr. Floyd Reynolds is again the
happy papa of a cooing baby boy.
He now slogs "Rock dat baby Shak
y, und don't you forged dot tot I
After years of experience we make
the intelligent care of the dead a
specialty, and arc prepared to attend
all calls in the city or country. F. V.
Taylor, funeral director.
The Hon. Francis P. Hadley, Esq.,
is now holding down the responsible
position of aid to "His SatanicJ ma
jesty" in The Chief office. The
devil will bow be to pay.
Kdpard Cook while cleaning a plate
glass ivwfew is his father's drag
store, slipped and fell through the
plate glass crushing it into smithereens.
Loss about a hundred dollars.
UndertaklsghyP. V. Taylor who
has had yea.s of practical experince
ii the scieutiic care of the dead aid
is better prepared taaa ever to con
duct the business in all its branches.
Commcnsing Friday June 12th at 3
o'clock and each succeeding Friday.
There will be a series of matinee races
at the fair grounds. There will be
good horses on the track and you are
invited to attend.
Notice to Breeders.
ILreafetr Prince Bayard
make the season of 1891, at the
of J. C. Hclcomb, Red Cloud.
I$m42 W. Gates.
Notice to Teachers.
Notice is hereby given that I will
examine all persons who may desire
to offer themselves aB candidates for
teachers ofthe public schools of this
county, at Red Cloud on the third
Saturday of each month.
D. M. Hunter, County Supt' .
Bill of Fare.
Granulated sugar 20 lbs. $1.
Dried peaches 3 lbs. 25 cts.
1 box soap 32 bars $1.10.
California pears dried 2 lbs. 35 cts.
4 cans beans 25 cts.
Solid packed tomatoes 3 lb cans 10c.
3 lbs can apples lOcts.
T. R. Hayes, has purchased the
Valley House Hack and is now pre
pared to respond to calls at all hours
of the day and night Orders should
be left at McAvoy s livery stable cast
Mr Editor: I deem it just and proper
to the public, and to myself to reply to an
item in your last issne relating to the
quick time in which H. B. Simona statas
that he, as Attorney, procured a pension
for Air. MiUiean of this city, and of which
ho takes occasion to herald around the
street corners to thoen ho seeks to meet
I regard it doe to myself for the reason,
that since the publication thereof, clients
Wa Iflsiered my office, some with "lire
in their eye," to know the cauae of my
delay in their cases, when Simons geta
cases through in a four montnaT my
valuable time has been much consumed
by having to reply to divers inquriea in
such respect in order to avoid futher
personal inquiry, I will reply publicly
through the press, first Mr. Simons is no
pension attorney, neither has he ever
been admitted as such, and has no know
ledge of the laws of evidence, or the
varied rules and regulations of the pen
sion bureau. Second, he never got a pen
sion claim through from the "stump up"
by his own skill, during his short career
as a self constituted pension agent
3d. Tho Milligan pension was allowed
through pension attorneys in Indiana,
who have his case under the old law and
who some months since procured his
examination by a board of surgeons apon
which the commissoner of pensions found
sufficient evidence to grant pension under
the Act of June 27th, 1890 and the claim
was filed over a year ago by his Indiana
attorneys; Mr. Simons ought to know that
the people are not foolish enough to
swallow so large a "fish story", every old
soldior knows that from the date of
filing an application it requires many
months to ever get an order for medical
examination, and after that many more
months, generally before the issue of
pension, they also know that no attorney
however skilled can prevail upon the
pension commissioner to grant'of his reg
ular routine of adjudicating cases.
McKeighan himself could not do it
neither could the president of tht United
States congressmen of natonial rep
utation much lees Simons who is a mere
novice in the buisnees and who boldly
nndnrtnok to nubliah that he COt a pen
sion through in about four moths, a good
plan to cheat the printer out or. we cost.
oi an advertisement,
It J, Porter Jr.
Children Cry for
National Educational Association
Convention. Toronto Canada. July 14-
17,1891. For the above occasion rouna
trin tickets will be sold to Toronto, Can
ada at the lowest one-way nrst ciaem
rate plus two dollars, the rate authorized
applies only via Detroit Port Huron and
tho Canadian Routes and not via
Buffalo or Niagra Falls.
Dates of sale from stations in Nebraska
and Kansas. July 8-13 inclusive trip
must be began on date of sale and tick-
eta will only be good for continuous pass
age. Tickets will only be good for return
on trninB leavincr Torouto July 14 to Sept
23 inclusive and will have a return limit
of five ilavs from the time they ore
stamped and executed for return by the
agent of the terminal line at Toronto.
Tickets will not bo good for return
nmuiure after Sent 30th. 1891. The Bur
lington has been chosen as the Official
route to Chicago ana a special train wm
leavo Omaha about 9,20 PM Sunday
July 12th, which will run through to
Toronto without change, unusually low
excursion rates have been made from To
ronto to Canadian points in the New
England States, New York, etc,
This will ,be an excellent opportunity
for a trip to nil points east
Fourth of July excursion Rates Round
trin tickets mnv be sold from all stations
to points on this line not more than 200
miles distant at rnto of one fair tickets
on sale J uly 3-4, good to return to July
Gth. A. .Cokovek Act b m.
Itch oa human and horses aad all ani
mals cured in 30 minutes by Woolford'a
Sanitary Lotion. This never fails. Sold
by L. H. Devo, druggistRed Cloud.
Therre is a roomer in the air," as the
landlord remarked when he kicked out
his dead-beat boarder.
It is qaiU the fashion now to Uke De
Witts Little Jrlr Risers for liver,
stoaach sad bowel disorders. They are
amall nills. bat miirhtT zood ones. c L.
oottiag sells them.
Jack entering Hello, Tom, What's
on the carpet ?
Tom Our feet !
Fsrefies the bleod, increaes the circula
tion, expels poisonous humors and fcsilds
ap the system. What mare do yon wast a
Bsedieiae to perfom? De Witt's 8arsapa
rilla is reliable- Sold byC. L. Cotting.
Ft! HAB1WA1E ft STOVE
He has the f nest line of etores
ever reea an me cuy. u naa iu
celebrated Airland cook and beaters,
and a full Hue of others equally as
good. Hardware at the very lowci-t
figures for cash. Do not buy jiovr
or hardware untit you see rur. Opera
house block. Webster street.
and I will deliver fresh bread to any
part of the city every afternoon, or any
thing in my line of business.
Jos. Uekburoer, the baker.
wnffHSJinainiTiirrri -inrrrrTirTrirrnmn m
wm mwsar Hfsatunos vxm x ito;t u tug uir c wc
Some men are slow about everything
but running into debt
Very popular, very
De Witt's Li
small, very good.
ittle Early Risers, the pill for
constipation, biliousness, sick htadacbe.
For sale by C. L. cotting, Druggist
The corset is one kind of a waste-basket
A beautiful skin, bright eyes, sweet
beath, good appetite, vigorous body, pare
blood and good health result from the
ass of DeWitt's Sarsaparilla. It is sold
by c. r- oottiag.
Pupil:-Thank you, sir! That's the
first time you have called me perfect in
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mrSA VnJaBaJOsrSsatr rTw&'f "jsii sTJj
To Aujmstus I). Cot. aal William O. Cot an. J
Wm. a. 1 laker Jr:
You art he retr Usrtl that I. the nnOf r
'snrtl. UiU.pn ific.tli Wyof Nrntrntr A. 1
1S3 porctu t paVIo tat alr. of thc
HirJUMier of WcbUr countr. XrbrxOc
the !47mlne lrcrlli Uad l: itu
aicl .i Websirr county. NctraV
to-nll. TbeS. K.t of wlion I townttp
tanjo II. And that aM !onMoi uttU to
the jrarlNS.mtfcJtwBKof AcuU l. (.
anJ w$ sold fur thc tTW of w jsr .
AihI jou Arc tanbirootiQcO that the time of
lrlffflptlon will cxnlri'oii the Tth tf.r f No-
TMnttr. A. 1 Jrtt, ami that a tax Jel fftr
salil Urnilot mil Nr cxccutol to rcc Vf the Trrxv
urer of Wehtrr countr. XcbrftOia. j r
irtnpilon from !ald i? 1 nUc on -r b-f"rv
saMTtu Oajr of Notcmttr. A. l. tsl. Yon
will ffOTero ycurc.lf accorvllasljr Dated !
lt dy of July. A 1). l)l.
Jitan L. Burtoa, p rchiixr.
Hr O f Trg . agrnt ut
To Ifcwld Herj:
You Are hereby notified that I. thc undtr
slcncd. did. on the 6th dor tl Nm-mt-r, A. I.
lis) purchase at public tax !?. of the I re
urcr of Webster county. M-br.uxs. thr follow
ing described Und lot mtuatrd In Wetntcr
county. Nebraska, to-wlt l"art of S. K. U ol
X W. of section 3 township rancw lt. con
talnlnc3 acrv. And that vld land lot hi
taxed for the j car ls. in thc namv of liavtd
Ucrj; and wu oJd for tho taxes of Mid year
lws. And you are further notified taat the
Hue of reiteiniitlon will expire on the OUi day
of November, A. I). 1S?1 and that a tax deed for
vild land-lot mil be executed to me by thc
treasurer of Webster county. XebrasWa, unlrs
redemption from said sale Is made on or before
Said li day of November, A
jroxemj outsell accordingly
day or July, a. u. irJi.
J .lines L. llurton, Purcliaser,
nyO.c Teel, agent.
Catarrh, neuralgia, rheumatism, and
mnt diseases originate from impure
blood. Cleanse it improve it, putefy i.j
with De Witt's Sarsaparilla ana neaitn is
restored, strength regained. Sold by'o.s
Teacher: Ned jou are a perfect block
head. If food sours on the rtomach, digestion
is defective. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers will remedy this. The famous
littlo pills that nevr gripe and never dis
appont. Sold by C. L. Cotticg.'
Someone wants to know how to treat
a watch. If it's a night-watch, just use
some of tho essence of rye.
De Witt's Little Early Risers nover
gripe or cause namea lit I r. s nro,
assist rather than force. Best little pill
for sick headache, chronic constipation,
dyspepsia. Sold by c.x..cotting.
Most girls think that all they to know
about cooking is how to makeukissos.n
oomnipaton, blood-poison, lever! Doe
tors' bills and funeral expenses cost about
two hundred dollars; DeWitt's Little
Early Risers cost a quarter. Take your
choice. For sale by c. L.ootting.
A bank cashier is one kind of a fortune
Skc Was Sick But Twenty mim"
Six years have passed since roy nrt coiiBne-
iiun a nrliloh I ll'LVn UllftVrfd UOttl lonC Jtlld
Intensely. This time, altlioiudi i had used bvl
one bottle of "Mother's Friend," I suffered
scarcely any pain, and was not sick more than
twenty minutes, and did not afterwards exper
ience that weakness iwual m such cases.
Mks. Axmik Gaue Lamab, Missouri, January
I Have, Yoa Know,
been selling Bradticld's Female Kejmlator for
years and have had a steadily increasing de
mand for It; It Klves the very best satisfaction.
I frequently selllt to physicians, who use it In
thpir nnrtirn with the most satisfactory re-
rr- - ,, ,-..... -
Oicaio,MIxM& Pacific" Bf.
Th Wrtct KMte to and frota Orfcaso, JolUt. Otuva,
Peoria, La Salle, Hollae. Eock bland, la 1LUN0I3;
DaTtaport. MMcatlae, Ottutawa, OtkalooM. Dm
JfoMMt, Wlstcmt, Audubon, llnlia and Cogocil
BlaSk, la IOWA; M1udi:1U and St. Paul. In MIX
XESOTA; Watertewn and Blooz Falls. In DAKOTA;
Cawroa. SL Jowph aad Ktsxma City. In MISSOURI ;
Oaaka, liaccln, Falrbury and Xtlton, In NEBRASKA ;
AMfalaoe. iMTraworth. Ilortoa, Topekt, HuUhlnsog.
Wichita, BllvlUe, Abilene, Dodge City. Caldwell, la
KANSAS; Klafsaher, El Rmo and Mlnco, In INDIAN
TERRITORY; DeaTtr, Cblorado Spring and Putblo.
ia COLORADO. Tramr new areas of rich fanalnf
aad graxfaf land, aSbrdlng th bwt fadlltits or Inter
coBunaaleaUoa to all town aad ritln eatt and vest,
BortheftaadwmUiwtof Cbican and to Pacific as4
VTSTJBULX rXPRISS TRAINS
Lradlnf all competitor In vplrador of equipment,
between CHICAGO aad DE3 MOIKES. COCXCTL
BLUFFS aad OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DESVER, COLORADO 8PRIS03 and TUEBLO, tla
KANSAS CITY aad TOPEKA and tU ST. JOSEPH.
FlratClaM DayCoachM, FREE RECUSING CHAIR
CARS, aad Palace Sleeper, with Dining Car Serrlcc
Coft coeaecUona at Dcnrer and Colorado Sprlogi with
direntinf railway lines, now forming the new aad
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROVTX
Orer which forrbly-eralpped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, Orden and San Francisco. THE ItOCK
ISLAND Is abx the Direct and FaTorite line to anl
from Maaltoa, Plk's Peak and aU other Military aad
cenlc morti and cities and mlnlngdUtricts In Colorado.
DAILY FAST JCXPRXSS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kan-at City to and from all lm
portaat towns. clUm aad sections In Southern Nebraska,
Kansas aad the Indian Territory. Alto via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town. Sioux Fall. MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
connsctlong for nil points north and northwest between
th. lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Foldtr, or drelred lnfonnauasj
aprly to any Coupon Ticket Cficc In thc United States
sr Caaada, or address
of the Holland House.
to any part of the city.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorfe -
Quick nd Comfortable Trip.
Two new trains have been added to tho
already excellent connections east that
the Great Rock Island Route has been
offering to its patrons.
The Lake Shore & Michigan Southern
has put on a new train, leaving Chicago
daily at 10:30 a.m., and the Fort Wayne
(Pennsylvania Lines), one at 10:45 a.m.
These are daily trains, scheduled on
fast time, and arrive at New York .City
next afternoon at 2 o'clock, and via the
first mentioned Boston passengers reach
their destination but two hours later.
The Rock Island Route Sleeper leaves
Omaha daily at 1:30 p. m., and arrives at
Chicago at 8:05 a.m., in time to make
this important through connection.
"For rates and tickets apply to
J. L. De Bevois.
Geu'l Agent Pass. D&pt 16th & Farnam
E. St. John. Jno. Sebastian,
Gen'l Manager. Gen'lTkt.JcPassAgt.
We the teachers of Webster county
at the close of one of the most suc
cessful of our annual institutes, un
animously adopt the following reso
lutions: Resolved, That wc thank Supt. D.
M. Hunter, for the able and courteous
manner in which he has conducted
this institute to a successful issue.
2. That wc regard with the highest
appreciation our able instructors
whose services have, Mrs. Iinwcn
Profs. Thornton, Damn and l'robasco.
3. That wc tend our hearty thanks
to Rev's. Randall and Ely, for their
interesting and instructive lectures.
4. That we also thank the Red
Cloud board of education for the use
of their school building, also the
janitor fur his services.
5. That a copy of these "resolu
tions be furnished to each of thc
Committee, J. T. Drcsback, Mar
gar t Thornton, Carrie Brakeeldr
N. L. D. Smith, J. .- Haamoad and
Bctsie Wr -hit
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XJmi fa?ttikmMrf Homes 40 Yors the SUndard
When Baby was sick, we gate her OaHoria.
When she became Mto, she cluag to Ctatoria.
Good looks are more than skin deep,
denendinc- unon a healthy condition of
all tho vital organs. If the liver be in
activo, you have a Dihous look, if your
stomach be disordered you have a dys-
oentic look, and if your kidneys be
afTected you have a pinched look. So
cure good health and you will have good
looks. Electric Bitters is the great al
terative and tonic acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches.
boils and gives a good complexion. Sold
t T. IT TIava's rlmnafnn fA narlw-kffla
ClU A4. U AVTU 9 V MW&.,WW. fV wwmw.
To CallfomlR, OrccB, Wash
iMsien and liter Western
saolnts In Pullman Calaaltta
Sleeper Via, the IJalaa Pa
The constant demand of the traveilBg
DUblio to the West for a comfortable and
at the same time an economical mode of
traveling has led to the establishment of
what is known as 1'ullman uoioaist Sleep
These cars are furnished complete with
cood comfortable hair mattresses, warm
blankets, snow white liaen, certain
which secare to tho oeoapaat ef a Berth
as maeh privacy as is to he had ia irst-
class sleepers, plenty or towels, eeeabe,
brushes, etc. There are also separate
toilet rooms for ladies aad gentlemen,
and smoking is absotately prohibited.
Another fact not to be overlooked is
that these Pullman Cokmist Sleepers are
attached to the daily fast express trains
thus enabling passengers ooeapying
these ears to make the same tsaie as
occupant of first-class Pallman Sleepers.
A charge of $3.00 for a lower er afper
uoubte berth is made between Uowncil
Bluffs, Omaha or Kansas City aasV San
Fraaeiaoo or Portland
For those famishing their own bedding
free bertha are given in rallaaaa Uolonut
Cars running between Coencil Blnffs,
Kansas City aad Portland.
The.raUmaa Colonist Sleeper is
peciallr commended for the use of the
homeseeker who is moving to the
with his family, and who desires
fbrtable sleeping aeeoaaodatioaa esromte
bat cannot afford te pay the Ant-etaes
Pallman Sleeping Car tare.
For matter descriptive of any state or
territories through xrhien the Union
Pacific rams, or for rates, time Of trains
to., etc apply to EL. LOMAX, Geart
Pass, and ticket Agent. Omaha, Neb,
s sunn snw
When a few yean ago .tariff waejpt
on bunting the nsUriotic howl that went
up over the lanalamoag the free tradera
ia something thai atill ringa in the ears
of sensitive people. We were taxing the
American Has oat of exieaeaoa, yoa
know. It was an outrage. We boaght
auorourDUBHngm rtngiaan utea, pay
ing $25 for enough of it to snake aa av
ene sized fine.
When the school children -f to-day
look tip at tho stars and eUipae aa they
noat rxoaa wetr acnooi mmmm ii,wui be a
good thing for then to reflect thai boat
ing naa, on account of tan vassasr
dropped down abowt SO par sent a
aad 18 will bay eaoagk far a aW aad
tnat tbera ararauWsooaMsatto.Uaited
States wsavinst it. Andkniaalytwslm
a . -v w
years siaoe ue wioasea rasaaanf
aaeaoad to "tax th AaMrieaa I
State Joaraal :
at , 4 v
MAD) m '
Some men can talk for hours at a time
and yet Bay nothing of moment.
Is the Rreatest blessing ever offered chllil-bear-Iiir
women. I have been a rnidwKo many years
and in each oase where Motliei s Friend baa
been used. Unas accomnnsnea wonoex
relieved much sufferlnK. It lathe Bestreedy
for rising of tho breast known. ant worth the
price for that alone. Mns. M. A. OaswsTKK,
radsioldfrt vrfSHSile Krsralater
should be used by the young woman, she who
suffers from any disorder pcculuir to her sex,
and at change of life Is a powerful tonic; bene
fltsallwhouseit. Bold by airdrugglsts. 4Mt
Lawson: So Miss Lofty, who jilted
you, has married old Doubloon, the
Dawson: Yes. She's check-mated
D. B. Spanogle,
and L.oan Agent
Miles Nerve and Liver Pill.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach aud bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles
pills speedily cure bilouBness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equaled for men, women, children. Small
est, mildest, surest! CO doses, 25 eta
We admire a rascal for what he might
have been and hate a fool for what he ia.
Baeklcn's Aralcca Salve
. The Best Salve in the world for eats,
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all other Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by L. H. Deyo. 33
The workTgivee its greatest rewards to
those who learn not to care for them.
The Greatest Strike.
Arsons: the great strikes that of
Miles in discovering his Mew Heart Care
has proven itself to be one of the most
important. The demand for it has became
astonishing. Already the treatment of
heart disease is being reolatioaised, aad
many unexpected cares effected . It soon
relieves short breath, fluttering, pains in
sidegajBB, shoulder, weak and hungry
speuPSjppression, swelling of ankles,
smothering aad heart dropsy. DrMOee'
book oa Heart aad Kervoas Diseases, free.
The aaeqaaled New HeartCare is sold aad
guaranteed by C. L. Cotting, alee his Re
storative Nervine for headache, its, sprees
hot flashes, nervous chilfit, opium., habit,
All truth ia old, but there. is much art
in making it appear new. r-
Wlll Be Gives Away.
Oar enterpising draggist C. L. Cotting
who carries the finest stock of drags, per
fumeries, toilet articles, brashes, sponges,
eet, are givng away a large number of
trial botUes of Dr. HUea celebrated Re
storative Nervine. They guarantee it to
care headache, dizziness, nervosa prostra
tion, sleeplessness, the ill effects f spirits,
tobacco, coffee, ect. DrsggkU say it is
the greatest seller they ever knew, aad is
universally satisfactory. Theyalsogaar
eatee Dr. Xfles' New Heart Care ia aU
eases of nervosa er organic heart disease,
palpitation, pain in side, smothering, etc.
Fine beak aa "Neivoes sad Heart Dis-
, fB 4
The intelligent compositor asy not be
hypaotict bat be frequently lays a aaser
spall on a writer.
Frosa a letter written by Mrs. Ada E.
taken withabad cold, which settled on
nty lungs, cough set in and finely termi
nated in coaumption. Foar doctors
gave me up saying I could live bat a
short time. I gave myself up to say
Saviour, determined if I coald not stay
with my friends oa earth, I woald meet
my absent oaas above. My hneband
was advised to get Dr-Kiaaja New Dnv
eovery for consumption, .coagha aad
cold. I gave it a tnstook m all eight
botttes; it ass cared ana, and thank God
lasanoarawaU and asavrty vaanaa."
Trial battles free at I, fl. Deyoa drag
stare, laejajar size, 50c aadiLOO. 4
F. R. GUMP,
Attorney ftnd Cunszlr
Will practice in all courts.
Red Cloud, .... Xebr.
i)MNI5HESmm TO LIFE
SOV.D Uf M.U
FOB SALE BY . L. COTTING
T""a " "TJaBjy'yr1
fci-'-l Ji?5Cfe!r Ss3tS3C?
Miles r. Hayes'
Patent - CoUar
For aale bv J. O. BUTLEli
Bed Clond, Buckeye
W9 'J,'aaBBw7a sw sasBPa,,", a aaaaj
eeesasfSMsi assa saesssssss eaares asrasry j jft
STrTi- . Bcel Ctawsal.
tfeMWifT ac4aa.etwTa Csss-e
To John 11. Clark and Francis M. Vrotiian.
Vou are hereby notified that I. tho under
s'cuctl.tlldoutheTth tlsy of NotcmUr A. I).
lSOnurrhav! at tmbllc tax vIe. ot the treas
urer ol Wrtntw county. Nebraia. Uie follo
inc UevrritM.il land-tot ultuatnJ lu Wetwter
county to-wlt: Lou 7 aud 9. In sect'on 17. tow u-
ship i. ranee n. contalalnt; & iih arrei.
Aud that .vild land-lot imt tansl for tho r."r
tK.. In thc name of John It. Clarx aud xvas sold
for thc taxe or vUd year isw. and you are
further notified tluittlietimeot reIemitioti will
eplrvnn UieTtlt day ot oremter. A. 1 IVJI.
and tlut a tii d-vtl for ald land-lot m III be ex
ecuted to me liy the treasurer of Wcbiter ciuu
ty, Nebraska, uu!ch redriunlionfrom wiJd a!
is made oa or before ald 7th day of Xovctntier,
A, D. l-ol. Viiu will Rovern ytKirself aectrdlu
ly. Dated thf 1st day of July. A 1, lot.
janics L. Burton. Purchaser.
Ityo. C. Teed, atrer.t.
To John K CLirk ami Francis M. Vromati
You arc hercbv notiflecl that I. the under
MKiied, did, on the 7th day of Xotcinbcr A. 1).
K iiutcha.tu at rubltc tax ale. ot tlio Trrasrer
of Webster county, Nebraska, the following
described land-lot situated in Webster county.
Nebraska, to-wit: The south , of S. K of
section K . township t, ntUKe 11, Aud that
s;ild hind-lot was taxed for tho year IK., lu
the name of John K. Clark, aud wm xold -for
UieTaxetot said year lwx. And you arc fur
ther notified that the tluio of redemption will
expire on the7th day ol November. A. l. ItOl,
and that a tax dtvif for said laud-lot wilt be
executed to me by the Treasurer of Wcbtter
county, Nebraska, utile redemntlon from ald
sale Is made on ot before ald 7th day ot No
vomber. A. D. 1501 . You w 111 eovcrn youneU e
acconliUKly. Dattnl this flrnt dayi.of July, A.
I), l&M. James I. llurton, Purelunor
ItyO. C. Teel. Auent.
To tho lied Cloud MilllnR Comjuny. dcr-
Your are hereby notified thut I, tin it . L.
stoned, did on the 7th day of Nocmlr. A J
1n3, purchase at public tax snlo, of tho trow
urerof Webster county, Nebraska, the folluU'
liiU described land !otsltuatci In Webster coec
ty. Vobraska, to ml: Tart of lot three In s to
tlou 10, lu towuslilp l. rane II, contalnlu;; a.-
aud four lOoih acre, and that uld land lot w d
taxel for the year !. lu the lumr of ln
Cloud .MIIlliiK company and was sohl for the
taxes of said yer IMv. atul jou are further no
tified lhat the time of redemption will expire on
the 7th day ot Noxciuber, A I 1W1. and that a
fcix deed for said land-lot will be executed to me
by the treasurer of Webster county, Nebraska,
unless redemption front aald sale Is madf on or
IteforosaldTtn dny of November . A. I). 131.
You will Koveni joun-clves accordingly
Dated this 1st day of July. A. I) 1BI.
Janus L. Jlurlou, l'urchaser
Dy O. C Tccl. aKnt. l
To the lied ClouJ Milling Company:
You are hereby notifleil that I, tho under
sluiiesl, dhl, on the 7th day of Novemtwr A. I
lsiU purchase at public Li a,ile.of thoTroasurer
of Webster County, Nebraska, the following
described land-lot situated In Webster county.
Nebraska, to-wlt: Part of lot 4, In section
10, township 1. ranee II, containing 4 ncrvs.
And that said land-lot m taxed for tho tear
laV. In tho name of lied Cloud .Milling Com
pany and wait sold for the taxes ot said jear
KM And jou are further notified that the
time or redemption will expire on tho 7th day of
November, A. 1. 1!M. and that a tax deed for
said land-lot will bo executed to me by the
Treasurer of Webster county. Nebraska. unl
redemption from ald sale i made on or Iteforr
said 7tn day of Novemler, A. 1). 1&31. You will
Koxcrn yourself accordingly.
Dated this 1st day of July. A. D. ll.
James I. llurton, 1'iuchaser.
Hy O. C Teel. ttgeiit.
To all whom It may concern.
The commissioner appointed to lirntea road
commencing nt thu houth west ct-rner of -c-t
Ion twenty-se veil, town three, ran go twehe.
west: running thence north between section St
and 'Jd, thenco notli between Mellon 21 nnd ?i.
thence north between action 15 aud lc, tuenco
north between section 9 and 10. thence north
between section 3 and ion the line as estab
llshed by a survey mado by the county surveyor
of Weli-ter county, and completed on thc sith
day of May, liy, to the north llur-ottowti J,
mnge li, has rtiorteil In favor of the establish
ment thereof, and all objections thereto, or
claims tor damage must !c filed In the comity
clerk's office on or before noon tho 13th lay of
July, lhUl.or such road will b ctabllhel
wltnont reterenco thereto.
Dated Juua, J-', U-JI,
42-St H. D. llAW.vr.x-,
Notice Is hereby irlven that under and br vir
tue of an order of side issued from th ollfce of
C. II. Crone, ricrk ofthe district court of the
eighth judicial district wtthln and for Webster
county, Nebraska. uion a decree In au action
pending- therein, wherein i: CiK-hmno Is pUln
tlff and against Noah n. Thomas nnd Jrflerson
U.11iomasJefendtnis. I shall otter iora!eal
public vendue to thc highest bldd-r for cash in
hand at thc cat door of the courthouo In Km!
Cloud. In said Webster county, Nebraska. (Uiat
b lng tho bulMing wherelu tho last term of
said court was ko1den)on the
71k Day or July, A. I. !!,
at 1 o'clock p. m. of said day thc following des
cribed projxTty tow It: Atn five and six la
block one in Kal-y and Jackou's addition to
the town of Ked Cloud, Webster courty. Ne
braska. Given under roy hand this 4th day of June,
C A. Trai.. Sheriff.
O. C. Trr.i, Deputy.
O. IL aiancy. l'lalntlff's Attorney. V, 'A
In thc District Court of Webster County.
A. J. Tomllnson,
F. D. Hummel
The defendant herein 1 hereby notified tha
on the :tst day ot June. 1531. plaintiff filed his
petition acalnst him In thr above court, prajlng
judgment for the fvm of H. which plaintiff
alleges to be due him frora said defendant, and
that the derk of said court on the ZM day of
June. 101, lsrwd an order of attachment
against him for said win. and the defendant Is
hereby notified to appear before said court -n
the 3d day ot August. 1391. and answer id pe
tition and attachment proceeding.
CI1ANKY 6i McNrTT.
llafatlf 's attorney.
Bed Cloud. Neb.. Jane S3. !!.
Ask sty esesrte Ssr W. t. Ssctae aaS.
irses for ! Is rear ilaet aak
tesiler ! was far etmlaae( eecsr Ike
mmrmer, ssaS tt ibtm fmr y.
aa-TAaUC K caTITCTE.i
Wt L. DOUGLAS
S3 8HOE oafl .
TK SSST SHOC Tat aau m Taf. mmt
ItktaMM)MasSkvrnkateeSor vsjc SHsnM
to krt ta ftve saetf at Vk tc St rav. scmss
sSw errr oCd for SU: "isnw Ttwtk
MS WIN Nwti WfK mm
m iii i i ii f mn m lm
em rwrt attrtr a tfcja art
MSSdMa. (awott ssta. aesrry
You tsi me wLjy 'tis SMtA Claus?,
s good 5xi?It Nicr5 1 tie r0flTE sA,rM
OO I7'5 TE: fVOFlJL:
i J . i k n iaBSUBSV k 'f
9 ' -3iiw rsmm wmm.
GRAND SPECIAL SVLE !
Cincinnati shoe store.
All This Week.
AU of my Ladies' VI and 2.25 Shoes this wcttknt
l 2.50 Shoes tliis week at
3.00 Slioes this week at
s?3.50 hand turn Shoes this week
10 per cent discount this week.
On all other uoods. This is .1 bonified, sale
and no goods will be duplicated at the
prices named after July 4th.
F. G. Blakeslee.
T .Hcritrlnmra Old IhhU, t'urncr rVrllcr Irerl Hiitl Ilk ,Wr.
llicre lie will kfrp on liunti Mil or tho hrat hHrlvHrc
guods lo he foil 11 l. A new aklpatrHl of grHMlno
Baker Wire and
Charter Oak Stoves.
Job work, tin rooflHg tiatl rlly wnlrr ork plMtnklNg, gani hh4
iimiitiilloii, apcrlalllo wllk u. I'rompl gHHriiiii-r4 mI ur
work aolk'ltcMl. Come tuul vv mk two JHr norlk F. ,. UhhU
Vwht rrHHl and Toiler Mllrr Traslr
Faviaei' lumljor (Bo
succkssoks to n. a. uandv.
Lumber and Goal.
Red Cloud, - - - Nebraska.
Cash Grocery House
Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables. First Class
Coods Only. Conic and see me
T. C. I1ACKEK
The Cash Grocer.
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t for SUS); T
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1 rau mm l-w so wj-
Fort Abstract Co., Jled Cloud,
L. H. FORT, MaKr.
Ahstvueim ot Title,
Fomirdied to all Lands in W?Mr County, Acnirately and
OS SHOUT soncE.
llarirr hl t jrr esttf Vrc to ttmtiy rxr4 a4 taw4 li H rfir
rrt Ut la to- AJU, xwV titarVru Vr 1 ri w
AB otdi m4 yrvmyOf Vpm tKt U i
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L. I J. FORT !.5Afitm IU4 Ovi. b
THE TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lower than any yard in the world
1 LrUOTQarrtrrsaasnfi4r: asters.
am mAM. r tMlr wm.
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svSjs wast a sfcne tar cenCari ac mrriem.
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tie warn. wg mss w
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7T. I. OOCOCLS,
fstHK- neater, steal Claa.
ra4hlr ffc USa,
OS efpmmie yk Xtifmi
srw tt J3. issy
S lfirm-XTAm ONE FPU ba. Off
Lmz9 ta w mts t aakrl-BBa. aaaaaaVa aasssssi mu sbbsbb aaaasi
frm. W M m M V
v.. - $ . rr sr-
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