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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1891)
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3d ANNUAL REUNION
Nebraska and Kanaas
WILL BE HELD AT
Red Cloud, Neb.,
, September 15, 16, 17 and 18, 1891.
' Hs been named in honor of the Gallant
The grounds are beautifully laid out -and with
in five minutes walk of the city, and one
block of street car line.
cA;, milunv ratpc nlpntv water, over 300
jptuai chacj "wi
tents, electric lights,
Will be here and address the old soldiers,
J. L. MILLEP, Dist. Com.
I. "IT. TUIAEY'S, M. D.
Red Cloud, - NcbrasK.
OIDeo opposite First National Bank.
U. 8.ExanilnluK JjurReon.
Chronic diseases treated by mall.
SUtc af Nebraska, J
Webster county, f
In the Count court t.f said county-Hi the at
ttr or theestatc of John Dlllard. deceased.
Natlcels hereby clren to an Person Jfavii ng
claims and demands against John Dlllard, late
ot Webster county, deceased, that the time
lixed tor films claims against said tatel six
months from the 28th day of August, 1891. All
IH&oni are required to present their claims
with the voucners to the county Judge, of ad
county at his office therein, on or before the
28th Day of FebrMary 1892,
And all claims so filed will be heard betore the
sajd judce on the 3d day or aarcu. ire, a '"
o'clock ft the forenoon.
rDated this 3lstdayot July, 1M1.
Mt D. F.TRUNKKY, Oo. Judge.
J. M, Stewart will take notice, that on the ,29th
day or Jnly, 1831, 0 B. Haney,a Justice of the
wcace ot Inavale township. Webster eonnty.
Nebraska, Issued an order of attachment for
the sum of fiO with interest and cp of suit in
an nctloii pending beforr him, wherein Itcfus
M. Stark is plalnUlf and J. M. Stewart defend
ant. tlat property of the defendant onslsUnK
of rye in stack, oats in shock and growing cora
In field, has been attached under said order
Kaid cause was continued to isth day ot be;item
"hSSr'&U M. STAKK
j. M. Stewart will take notice, that on the 13th
,nf anctutf iru. o. II. Harvey, a justice 01
.lac of AunusMBV.O. B. Iiartey, a justice 01
thepeaee ot laawle township, Webster couuiy.
Nebraska, issueu an order of attachment for
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tliat property of the deiendaut consisting of rye
In stack, oats In shock and grow lug corn hi field
haa been attached under said order. Said cause
w:LicoHUuuedtolhe8thday of October, 1891,
atUoYdadjiL : ft w- DAGGErr.riRlntiff,
In the District Court of Webster
Cflarles O. White, recclverl
I luc firm 01 iaves
ciRe N.Moot, Sarah Foot
decree 11. Brock & Co.,
on, rull wime unknown,
.mmes S. Watt, and the
lvin ft Guarantee Co. ot
JIOTJCE FOB BERVICK BY rCBLICATIOK.
George It. Brock & Co., Ining W. Crary, S
CroKvou. iuU name unknown, and Jamr-a S
Watl. will take notice that on tbo day Jul y
JwlTArles C. White, receiver ot tho Dim or
DweTs Boss, filed his petition In tho district
ourt of Webiter county, Nebraska, agatmt
the said defendants, the object aud prajer ol
which is to foreclose a certain mortgago given
by George N. .Foot and Sarah Foot upon the
west half of tbo north-west qnarter and tjie
north half of the soutliwest quarter of section
3J tomi 1. ranj;e 9, west In said Webster coumy.
2Sseurelhe payment of a certain promissc
notesdatedJulyl7th,lsss,forthe sum of $13,
the first one due Jan, 1PS7. and the others semi
annually thereafter on the first days of July
an 1 January ol each year, aud also of one cou
pon for ftf.50 due January 1st 1SX. There is
now due on said notes, coupon and montage
the sum of f 145 .SB with interest at ten per cent
from Aug 1st, 1691. for which plaintiff prays for
a decree lhat said defendants may be required
to pay the same or that said premises may be
sold to satisfy the amount fsund due thereon.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the 7th day of September, iwi.
F. J. rOSS.
4-4 Attorney for I'laintilf.
JJetico is hereby clven that uudcr and by
virtue of an order ot sale issued from the office
ol C. B. Crone, clerk of the district court of the
eight judicial district withiu and for Webster
county, Nebraska, upon a decrco In an acliou
Vending therein, wherein K. Cochrane is plain
tiff and against Noah B.Thomas and Jefleion
B. Thomas defendants, I shall offer for sale at
public venduv to Me highest bidder for cash in
uand M the east door of the court-house in Ilea
Cloud in BBkl Webster eouuty, Nebraska (that
being the building wherein the last term of said
court was holden) on the
22d day of September, 1891,
at 1 o'clock p. in. ot said day tlic following des
cribed property to-wit: Lots five and nx in
block ouc in Kaley aud Jacksoirs addilioa to
the town ot Bed Cloud, Wabster eouuty, Nw
bniska. Glreu uwler y liaud lhls 10lh & ' August
A.D. 1891. C. A. Tecl. Hhenff
O. V. Tcf, Deputy.
C. It Chaney, I'lalnti.Ts Attorney. 4
Naticc is hereby given, that un Jer and by Tir
tae of an order of sale issued from the office of
C.B. Crone clerk of district com 01 tnecignui
Indicia! district, wttnin aim xor j ewer cotinty
udleial district, wtthi'
Nebraska, upon a decree tn an action
thereiu, wherein John H. Croxton Is
nst Shadrack Croxton tal defendants,
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Ibhallofferfor sale at puouc enuue. 10 tue
Mfthest blddtr for casb in liand. at thevast uoor
"rTZ. .-. ... !, f1ntM In Ball! W.K.
stcr county, Nebraska, (that fcelng the building
Wberela th last term of said court was holden )
on the Sm day ot August, A. D. 1W1, at one
o'clock P. hi., of sild day, the following des
cribed piop-Tty towlt: lhe south 4 of U n w
Vt ud Ue n i of thos w H of section 4 uorth.
ranseawtof the6th p m, in Webster county,
fKeoundcr my hand this sxst day of July, A,
.fWl. C A. Tr, Sheriff.
B O. C. Tkbx, Deputy.
9.otiee or matoiaiiMi.
Notieiheie by given that the oopart-
Mnhip heretofore exiwing DemH
TtLi, and G. H. Hannawalt of
oowlSNeb. doing.baaine under the
firm nam of Hria Jxaanawaa,
HufTl-.u -ithdrawim?. GJk. Harris
-tf!!n-mBthebtneie and will eol-
' O. H. Hawhawau.
P-amle wit desire draymg do
SeLvtseis nd diiptcli jhoili
tlic sum of 530 wim interest aan cost wi """-'i
an action pendlncbefore him, wherein C. ".
n,,tt Anteintiir nnd j. M stewait defendant
good eating house
Rtrawlierry Planjs tor Stile.
You can get btruwberry plants the
first of September which will grow
berries next season. Prices 25 cents
per 100 or $5, per 1,000.
L. II. Rust.
Any one wishing to rent tents for
the reunion, of any description, call
on E. A. Young, agent for the Omaha
Tent and Awning, Co., Sleeper Build-
linp, Red Cloud. 1-2.
I am now prepared to make farm
loans at reasonable rates of interest
option payments if desired, nnd old
1 loans renewed. D. B. Spanoole.
The Ladies of the Christian church
will serve ice cream and oukc in bhe
Court House yard Tuesday evening,
All nominations for township officers
must bo made and properly certified I
to the county clerk 20 days before
election, or thoy will not be printed
sec section b 0,1 the elec
tion laws. U. D. liASKEY,
4-4t County Clerk.
(race Episcopal Clitircli.
Services every Sunday morninj
A good M)n of work inajcs, or will
Ttradt for uulcyi cowp,
When Baby was sick, wo gave fler Castoija.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When sho Became Miss, s.ho clung to Castoria.
When in had Children, she gavo them Castoria.
F. V. Taylor, has just received a
car load of uew furniture and will
make you the lowest prices ever offer
ed in this country.
Public Sale of Stock.
On Thursday, Aug. 27, 1S01, at 10
o'clock, a. m.
The undersigned wiH give a public
sale at the residence f W. II. Fuller, 1
12 miles north of Red Cloud and six
miles south of Bladen on sec. 4, town
3, range 11, the following property:
Fifty-three head of cattle, the cat
tle arc in fine shape and are all high
sirade Durhams, including one
thoroogh-bred Durham bull two yeprs
Terms: A credit of eleven month?
wiH be given an note and approved
fsecur ty with interest at ten per cent
from date, o per cent, off for cash
I'm hand. No goods will be allowed t
be removed from the grounds until
settled for. We shall rcscrvu tho
right to close the sale at ajly time.
3-2 W. II. Fuller.
Account Inter State Reunion G. A K.1
be held at Ked Cloud, September 15 to
18, the BAM has mndo a rate of one
fare for tho round trip for points within
one hundred and fifty miVes of Red
Cloud. Ticket limited to September
19th, for roturn passage.
A. Conovkj; ugvnL
T. R. Hayes, has purchased the
Valley Honse Hack and is now pre
pared to respond to calls at all hour
of the day and night Orders should
be left at McAvoy's livery stable cast
of the Ho'laud House. Price 2ncts
to any part of the city. tf
Notlec to 'rcactiers.
Notice is hereby given that I will
exiu.iiieaU persons who may desire
to tittVr themselves as caadidates for
tea-: . oft he public schools of this
touu'y. t uea tjioua on t;.o tnira
Ssturd of each month.
Special examinations will be held
on the Friday preceeding the 3d Sat
tuaay of each mioth.
The staiding required for 2d asd
3d grade certificates is the sam so
grade below 70 par cent, "average SO
per cent; for first grade certificates
bo grade below 80 per cent, average
90 per cent in all branches required
D. M.Htjhtm, Conty Supt'.
Friday, Aff. SI, ISI.
Filtered at the l'ot Office Jn Ked Clpod, heb.,
'":",,. .all mptteroMbenwond class
To nr subscriber.
Vnr mnm than a vear now we have
carried hundreds of our sahBcribcre
on aecount of the failure of crops,
without asking for it, knowing that
times were hard and that they needed
every dollar they had. Now wo need
our money very much to carry on our
business, and it is necessary that ire
have every dollar that is duo tie.
Won't tou come in and help us?
You have fine crops and good pros
pects and we need the money, nd it is
tmlv fair that you come to oar relief.
Don't put it ofl bat como at onco and
your duty. A. C. IIOSME.
"Wm.TiramoisPoatmastef at Marille
Ind..wrieto: "Electric Bitters has done
more for ine than all other medicines com
hined. for that bad feeling arising from
Kidney nnd Liver trouble." John Leriie, ,
farmer and stockman, of same place,
Baye: "Find Electric Bitters to be the
beat Kidney ana ijiver meuicine, umuo
mo feel like a new man." J. W" Gardner
hardware merchant, same town, says:
Electric Bitters is just the thing for a
man who ia all run down and don't care
whfither he lives ot dies; he found new
strength, good appetite and he felt just
lite ho had had n new lease of life. Only
50c. b bottlq, at L. H. Deyo's drug store. 2
To tlic Red Cloud Auction
Store, at tlic Red Flag;, for
Bargain of all Kind.
A fine line of notions are being
sold at less than wholesale prices.
Job Wta of ladies', children and
gents underwarc, ladies' and misses
hoscry and gloves, boy's half hose
gents fine shirls laundried and un
laundricd, torchon and -ualencienncs
laces, bead trimmiHg Irish trimming,
velvets and other ribbons, corsets.
Hat trimmings, hat and hair orna
ments, beads, sewing machine and
hair oils. Perfumery, buttons and
thread, needles and pins. Japense
fans and parosols, clothes lines.
Zephyrs, Saxony and cotton yarns,
darninc cotton, frilling, ladies' and
gdntsneck wear, cults and collars,
albums, playing and visiting cards,
pencils, clocks. Great inducements
offered to country dealers. Millinery
goods for one halt price wnoicsaic.
Goods must and will be sold at any
sacrifice. Auction every Saturday,
MUch' crvc and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating tho
liver, stomach nud bowels through the
nerves. A now discovery. Dr. Miles'
pills speedily euro bllousnefis, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
rqualcd for men, women, children. Small
est, mildest, surest! fin doses, 25 eta
To California, Oregon, Wash
ington and other Western
pohitK-In I'ullnian Colonist
Sleepers Via, the Union Pa
Tho constant demand of the traveling
public to tho West for a comfortable and
at tiro samo timo an economical modo of
trtivoling has led to tho establishment of
what is kuowu as Pullman Colonist Sleep
These cars are furnished complete with
good comfortable hnir mattresses, warm
blnnkets, snow white linen, curtain
which s&curo to tho occupant of a berth
as much privacy as is to ho had in first
class sloopers, plenty of towels, combs,
brurfie?, etc. There are also separate
toilet rooms for ladies and gentlemen,
fund smoking is absolutely prohibited
I Another fact not to be overlooked is
itlint theeo Pullman Colonist Sleepers are
attached to tho daily fast oxpress trains
thus enabling passengers occupying
thco cars to mnko tho samo timo as
1 occupants of first-class Pullman Sleepers.
A chargo of fH.OO for a lower or upper
donblo berth is mndo between Council
J Bluffs. Omnha or Kansas City nnd San
.Francisco or Portland
For those furnishing their own bedding
free berths nro given in Pullman Colonist
Cnra running between Council Bluffs,
Kansas City nnd Portland.
Tho Pullman Colonist Sleeper Is es
pecially commended for tho use of tho
homeseeker who is moving to the west
with his family, nnd who desires com
fortablo sleeping accomodations enroute
but cannot nfford to pay the first-class
Pullman Sleeping Car fnre.
Formatter descriptive of any stato or
territories through hich the Union
Pacific runs, or for rates, timo of trains
tc, etc, apply to E. L. LOMAX, Uen'l
Pass, nnd ticket Agent. Omaha, Neb.
BucklcirK Arnicca SaH'c
Tlio Best Salvo in the world for cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all other Skin Eruptions,
tiid positively cures piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
jfitisfnction or money refunded. Price 25
ceutS per box. For sale by L. H. Deyo. 3
Annual meeting Sovereign Grand
Lodge I. O. O. F at St Louis, Missouri,
September 21st,. Agenta in Nebraska
may sou ticKeta to bt Jjouis ana return
at one fare for tho roud trip. Ticket
will bo sold September 19th, with transit
limit of one- dav from date of sale or
execution, nil tickcta to bear linal limit
Salt Luko City September 13 to l"tb,
Irrigation Congress. All Agents may
sell ticktes to Salt Lake City nt one fare
for the roud trip, Tickets sold Septem
ber l'Jth, only, limited for return to Sep
tember 30th, with trant.it limit of three
day a from dato of salo or execution.
Grand Jslnnd Nebraska August 31th,
to September 5th, G. A. R, Reunion.
Agents in Nebraska may sell tickets to
Grand Island at one fare for the round
trip limited fox return September 7th,
Agnetsin Nebrrska may sail regularly
organized and uniformed Bands and
drum corps of three or more members
traveling on solid tickets nt one cent per
mile each wny' with same dates of sale
limits, etc, us autherized above.
Rates oa, Certificate plan Lincoln,
Nebraska August 22d, to 24th, Annual
Singing Festival Nebraska Sangerbund.
Acents in Nebraska may sell tickets to
Jvmcoln August 19th, to 24th, inclusive.
H. Bruggman Agt, 1235, U. St LonoJn.
Neb. will sign certificates.
A. CONOVXR, Agt
Used ft MflBaoi tf HW
Finest perfumeries at CottiBgs.
Mrs. F. Bradbrook is quite sick this
Condition powders of all kinds at
Are you going to paint? Buy of
Deyo keeps the largst stock of pat
Herman Nau is again doing busi
ness in this city.
BL Sterns of Hastings wa in Red
Cloud this week.
The republican county central com
mittee meets tomorrow.
Go to Deyo and see his bargains
in romnants of wall paper.
Mrs. Frd Dauehy has gona to New
York state on an extendod -visit
Mrs. E. F. Highland of DenTcr was
the guest of Mr. C. Wioncf this
Dr. Damcrell adds his name to the
Great Family Weekly this week.
Nice new goods just received at
F.'V. Taylor's, remember his prices
are tho lowest.
Mrs. C. B. Crone is homo from an
extended visit in Iowa to the happy
satisfaction of Mr. C.
Mips Mabel Day of Red Cloud, is
in Guide Rock this week, the guest of
her friend, Miss Alice Garber.-Signal
Clarence Jones walks slightly crip
pled all because he run a pitchfork in
to his foot while working in the hay
Remember that Coiad & Co., will
not be undersold on furniture, car
pets, wall papsr Ac. at Taylor's old
Call on T- B. Penman for fine
jewelry watches and clocks, silver
ware, specs etc. Cotting's drug
Go to T. E. Penman for fine watch
clock and jewelry repairing. Artis
tic letter and monogram engraving.
CottinK'a drug store.
Mr. Calmus while repairing the dam
last week was unfortunate enough to
have his leg badly injured ly a wagon
wheel running over it.
Mr. C. Wiener starts cast this week
nTtAT his fall stock. He will lav in
the largest stock of clothing ever
brought to Red Cloud.
Soon the Episcapal church will be
moved near the business center of the
city to the intense satisfaction of the
friends of that organization.
If any one was entitled to honors
forvaliaut service in the independent
party it was O. R. Pitney, yet he was
given the go-by by that outfit
Judge Mason of Lincoln, one of
the state's honored and respected cit
izens, died last Tuesday, after a con
tinued sickness of seveial weeks.
The republicans should have a
thoroughly organized club in every
1 school district, One that can be de
pended on to work zealously for tho
good of the cause.
After years of experience we make
the intelligent care of the dead a
specialty, and are prepared to attend
all calls in the city or country. F. V.
Taylor, funeral director.
The King's Daughters of the Bap
tist church, will give a social this Fri
day evening at the court house groyc,
Lemon ice and ice cream and cake
will be served. All come.
Undertaking by F. V. Taylor who
has had yea.s of practical cxpcrincc
in the scientific care of the dead and
is better prepared than ever to con
duct the business in all its branches.
F. V. Tajlor will duplicate any
prices offered by other houses on all
olases of Undertaking goods, and
guarantee better goods and better ser
vice. Funerals attended free in city
Attorney Porter reports, that since
our last issue, he has procured pen
sions as follows: James W. Bogcn
rieff, Catherine Earner, Gotleib Ran
ger and Jerome Vance. All get their
mail at Red Cloud, except Vance at
Charley Sterner and Mias Jennie
Snyder, were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony oa Wednesday, by the
Rev. E. J. Randall. The happy
couple have the beet wishes in the
sterner realities of life. May their
jovs over cease.
A. Ilinkins of Rivcrton, formerly a
pioneer of Illinois, dropped in this
week and added his name to the Great
Family Weekly. Mr. Ilinkins has 200
acres of very nice corn-and is fully
satisfied that he is going to make a
good thing this season.
A gentleman by the name of Jno.
Gilbert of DeWitt, Nebraska, has
purchased a portion of the Burtie
farm and will turn it into a breeding
farm for fine horses. That is some
thing that should be encouraged in
Webster county and Tux CuJEF wel
comes Mr. Gilbert to Red Goad.
- - Ytfirs the SUndird
Tnwscs at Pete.
Trusses, Shoulder braces
Judge J. R. Willcox was in Oaiha
this week on busincM.
Mrs. Cowdcn and ton, Edgar are
visiting in Seward.
The best stock of machine oil is to
be found at Deyo's.
Miss Mabel Martin is visiting old
friends in Iowa and Illinois.
J. A. Lopeman is in Red Cloud
looking after his business inteicsts.
The boys arc training now and will
soon have a good band in Red Cloud.
J. L. Miller the harness man has a
full line of rubber and leather belting
The Sons of Veterans propose to
give an opera during the reunion next
J. H. Sedgwick of York wis in the
city this week in the interest of his
Don't forget that only a few more
days till the reunion will be here.
Mr. Henry Scott has been quite
sick for the last few days, but is
much better now
Cotting is filled up on school sup
plies. He will have the finest lot of
tablets in the city.
John Holcomb takes a trip out
west thes week and may go to Utah
Anson Higby has resigned his po
sition in the F. & 31. bank, and Sew
ard Garber will be installed.
II. J. Olmsted is now "chamber
maid" in Koonti's livery stable hav-
nig acoepieu mat posuion hub wa.
Taylor, the postmaster of Superior
received walking orders the other day,
and took the first opportunity to skip.
Mr. Lester and family of Inavale,
moves to Red Cloud next Monday en
which date their son expects to start
cast to learn a trade,
Mrs. Elizabeth Fallcy of Blue Hill
was brought to the county scat this
week and placed in charge of Jailor
Shinkle. She is insane.
Do not fail to call and see F. V.
Taylor's stock before buying. He
buys by the car this saves freight and
can sell cheaper than anybody.
The job of mowing the grass in
the north ward school house yards
was a very poor one. It does not pay
to have cheap jobs of that kind.
Why is it that our farmers do not
raise their own strawberries and fruits?
If they would put in their spare timo
improving their farms it would be
much more beneficial.
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Vinson uiguy aim wut nut jcutc
Rcd Cloud in a few days, for Dead
wood, Dakota, where Anson has a lu
crative position as cashier of the
Deadwood National bank. Anson
has our best wishes.
F. V. Taylor never has charged any
thing for attending funerals. He
carries the largest stock and guarcn
tccs satisfaction. Remember he will
duplicate any price offered by others,
on undertaking g)ods,
Mi 8. Earner, living south or tho
river has bean granted a pension of
$22. per month, and back pension to
the amount of $924.00. The money is
certainly worthily bestowed. The re
publican party is giving more pen
sions to soldiers and their widows and
orphans than any party.
There will be a teachers Bpecial exam
ination held at lied Cloud Saturday Au
gust 2Gtb, 1891.
D. M ILunter, Co., Supt.
This school was founded in 1881 and
has just completed it tenth year of
most successful work. It has enrolled
many hundreds of students and has been
and is successfully working to develop in
all who come under ita iniluence, an en
thusiasm for thorough scholarship nnd
mnnlv character, Its stadards aro high
and all who co out with its recommend
ation are winning their way with em
Thouirh much of iw territory was
drouth Btricken. the year jast closed haa
been the most successful one in its but
tery. "Nothing succeeds like success,'
and the school is moving forward to n
much hicher place still. Indications
point to a greatly increased attendance
and a work that has been unsurpassed.
The school is no longer an experiment
but a success in all lines of its work.
As the school is not dependent entirly
on the tuitions received it is able to em
ploy a strong corps of enthusiastic and
suceesfnl teachers, all of them graduates
of colleges of repute and all experienced
Strong preparatory work in the Eng
lish Branches is emphasized bo that the
most backward are helped while stud
ents who are advanced wiil find the
work that suits them, whatever its nature.
The Academy gives a large range' in its
courses so as to supply the needs of all
The following courses are open to
1. The Normal course which teachers
are trained in practical methods and
management of schools.
2, The Business course which girus
a better training for business life than
the business colleges, at one third the
X Th ColWs Preparatory course
j fitting the student well for any Sret cksa
4. The musical course giving the best
maslcal advantages at very cheap rates.
5. The General course for those who
desire a thorough education but hare
not the time or the means to go to college.
Tho school was established for the
young people of the fnixU and ksows
and proTidte for their ceede. Soie iht
L Tuition very low a?. 00 to 18. CO.
2. Board fL 00 perjweek.
a BootaatcoaMZ .
i. The best of saoral mflnecoss; no
5. AdMoCaadeate vfaoareesthaftl
a A boss ib tie lasuwuon. ir tie-
aired uader the direct care ot the teach-1
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Fhytleiaaa mak '? to
uke taaa when they L"1 that
aerrow heart trouble 5m " th
iotnh and ara of 111 lf?.eme.
Dr. Franklin Mll, e E0,ttU ndiB,i
ptcialiit, a prorwi the tXUV y fa h
new book on Ilart Divase,' "which may
bo had free at C. L. CottingV , bo gnar
entee and recommend" l r. -Mile nn
equaled New Heart Caro, w h .a the
Urgent Hale of any heart r tawdjr in the
world. It cure nerrons ma organic
heart disease, short breathi, Htntrring.
pain or tudrnes in the i arm or
shoulder, irregular pel, fni stla;?. woth
ering, dropsy, tc Hi Uantotatirp Ner
vine cures headach, fits' eta. 'J
It was under tho instructions of the
late Admiral Porter that XJeutecant
Cushing made his famous raid on tho
confederato ram Alabemarle. All the
circumstance of this famous naval ex
ploit aro detailed in a letter written by
Admiral Porter, which will appear in
the September number of the North
Xrs. Michel Curtain, RainSeld 111., makes
the statement that she raaght cold, which
settled on her lcng;rho was trratcd for
a month by hsr family physician, bat
grsw worse. He told her she wm a hope
less rictnm of eonsnmption and that no
medicine could core her. Her druggist
ggested Dr. King's New PLcoYcry for
Consumption; she bought a bottle and to
her delight found herself benefited from
first dose. Bhe continued its use and
after taking ten bottles, found herself
sound and well, now does her own house
work and is as well as she ever was. Free
trial bottles of this Great DUcOTcry at
L.H. Deyo's drug store, large bottles
50c and f 1.00. 2
Children Cry for
TAX SALE NOTICES.
To whom it may concern:
P. W. Hodson and Jos. S. Hart: Vo
will take notice that I purchased from
the treasurer of Webster county, Nebr.,
nt private tax sale, for the delinquent
taxes for year 18SS, amounting to 93.83.
the following lands described towlt: N
w 1-4 of w 1-1 sec 18, 1 1 r 12, contain
ing 40 acres. Timo for redemption ex
pires Nov. 30, 1S0I, and if uot redeemed
at that time I will apply for tax UevU.
Taxed in name of P. V . Hodson.
2-3 L. Bnutn.
John Devlin, James W. Dawes Fay
ette I, Foes nnd James Hoaton: You will
take notice that I purchased from tho
treasurer of Webster county, Nebraska,
at private tax sale, for the delinquent
taxes for year 1858, amounting to io-k
the following lands described towit: N
e 1-1 of so 1-4 sec -C, 1 1 r 12, containing
40 acres. Timo of redemption expire
Dec. 2, 1891, nnd if not redeemed at thnt
time I will apply for tax deed. Taxed in
name of John Devlin. 2-3 L. Ilaum.
John Devlin, James W. Dawee, Fny
ette I. F06H nnd James Heaton: You
willtako notice that I purchased from
the treasurer of Webster county, Nebr.,
at private tax sale, for the delinquent
taxes for the year 1883, amounting to
$3.99, tho following lands described to
wit : N w 1-4 of ee 1-4 nee I'O, t 1, r 12,
containing 40 acres. Timo for . redemp
tion expires Dec. 2, 1891, and if not re
deemed nt that timo I will apply for a
tax deed. Taxed in nnmo of John Dov
lin. 2-3t L. Uaum.
Peter Hansen, James Mahndy and C.
W. McAlister: You will tnko notice that
I hnvo purchased from the treasurer of
Webster county, Nebraska, nt privnto tax
sale, for tho delinquent taxes for tho year
1888, amounting to $11.88, tho following
lands described towit: S o 1-4 of mmj 2.
1 2 r 12, containing 1C0 ncrea Time of
redemption expired D02 2. 1811, and if
not redeemed nt that timo 1 will apply
for a tax deed. Taxed in nnmfof Peter
Hansen. M. Ilnum,
2-3 L. Ilnum, Agent
A. U. Becker, Jnno O. Hutchins and
Mark M. Patterson: You will take notico
that I purehoHul from tho treasurer of
Webster county, Nebraska, nt private
tax sale, for the delinquent Inxe for tho
year 1888, amounting to 8lr.71, the fo.
lowing lands described to-wit : S w I I
sec 8, 1 1 rl2. containing 100 ncreo. Timo
for redemption expires Nov.3, lhDl, and
if not redeemed at that time 1 ill apply
for a tax deed, Tnved in name of A. U.
Becker. 2 3 I. Ilnum.
P. W. rodson nnd J wo ih H. Hart'
You will take notico that I purchnmed
from tho treasurer of Wlter county.
Neb., nt privnte tnx tmle, for tho delin
quent taxes for the year I8d8, amounting
to $3.83, tho following lands described to
wit : No 1-1 or tho no 1 I nee 18, t 1 r 12,
containing 10 acres. Timo for redemp
tion otpires Nov. 30, le91. nnd if not re
deemed nt thnt tune I will apply for a tax
deed. Tnxed in nnmo of P. . Hodwn.
2:3 L. Uaum.
P. W. Hodson nnd .!. S. Hart: You
will tnko notico thnt I purchased from
the treasurer of Welmtor county, NebrM
nt private tnx sale, for tho delinquent
taxes ior me, year iwvj, amounting to
$4.47. tho following lands described towit
S o 1-1 of the ne 1-1 pcc 18, t 1 r 12, con
tnining 10 acres. Timo for redemption
expires Nov. ,30, 1611, nnd if not redeem'
eu at tnax, time 1 win appiy ior a tax
deed. Tnxed in name of P. W. Hodson.
2-3 L. Baum.
P. W. Hodson nnd Jos. S. Hart: "Sou
will take notico thnt I purchned from
the treasurer of Webster county, Nebr.,
at privnte tnx sale, for tho delinquent
taxes for the year 186F, amounting to
$3.83, the following Iambi described to
wit: S w 1-4 of the no 1-4, sec 1, 1 1, r 12
containing 40 acres. Time of redemp
tion expires Nor. 30, 1&9I, and if not ro
deotnedat that time I will apply for a
tax deed. Taxed in name of P. W. Hod
son. 233 Im Duum.
Oliver McCall Vrni uil! iako notice
that I have purchased from the treasurer
01 eusxer county, .eorasKa. ai private
tax sale, for the delinquent taxes for the
year 18SW. amounting to SI.G1, tho fol
lowing lands described towit: Sw 1-4 nf
the so 1-4 cec 12 1 1 r 12. containing 40
acres. Time for redemption p:r Nor
30, i&fl, nnd if not redeemed at that
time I will apply for tax deed. Taxed
in name of Oliver McCalL l. Baum.
Oliver McCall: You will take notice
that I purchased from tho treasurer of
Webster county, Nebraska, at privnte tax
sale, for delinquent tax for year l&V,
amounting to g3.G4. the following buds
described towit: Se 1-4 of the w 1-4 ec
12 town 1 range 12, containing 40 acre.
Time for redemption expires or. ,T3. lMil
and if not redeemed at that time I will
apply for a tax deed. Taxed ra cam of
Oliver McCalL 2-3 L Bscm.
Oliver McCall- You will take notice
that I purchased fr."a the Ut&nrtz of
WtbrtUr county, seLr at private tax tnU
for the delinquent lax for the yesr isA
amounting to &4j1, the following land
described towit: Se 1-4 of the ne 1-4, mc
12. Vrxn 1 rango 12. coctamicg 40 acres.
Time for redeaption expires rr. 5 l9l
and if not redeemed zX taat tiee i "sriii
apply for a tax died. Taxed 12 came of
rtf. r',Ti o r. r,r,
UU,W. .WV4ii ri
that I purchased from tfce treaaurer o!t
easier C3cet, .ea, sa pn7ieax .
ztriTZlfi tax .
fo- the delinquent tawa for theear 13 Xe2 wt Sf1" rJjf
amoustigto cLl3 the fcuVrrasg Ixcdsi w. ..T , -.,
deacnted towit: e lofthe te lLtc L Sfe;Cr?S S?A5ftlt; i J
12. torn 1, rarge 12, coatamrng 40 ten.
Tta&e for redcoptSoc erpirea ssr, 30. HJl
azd If sot rxiserj a: that tis I wUl
appiy fcr a tax deed. Taxed ut rtrjx &
Oiiref McCall, 2-3 L. Basa.
P1It XM-mijAt T7as-r X riKAA-, .,
w.t.,. in ..
John MitrfeaJl: Yoa will tak mrAiem tkat!
I pares ased f rotn the treaswrer C Wp6
tareewsty. Nebraaka. at private tax
ale, toe k? tleLsqsect tazea toe jmr
laeVi aasoeatikr to JT.il ik (oXkffizx
ads deacribd tcviu Sw 1-1 cf ih w
l-i,aec ui, town I, ras 12. cofftatctrg
, iO acres. Ti&e for redeaptka exptrM
iDac2Ll91,asdif aotrsdeeseed at that
rtitaI vttaw-jfyfora ux
I mum mttmrn
And tt5hywrrlras aool asbqun.. .
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Or CMer mist Dlckenext, asit Is w rrpnrr t sell mhj thing
In his llac am1 t Ike Very Uwnt ft Igwrr fr rnsk
Nothing but the best goods kept. Call and
see mc when yon want anything
THE TRADERS LUMBER CO.
m 1 C& TOf
fflHBk tPBP7 mWmw 99n IfcSl TVS
Lower than any
D. b. Spanog'e,
and Loan Agkw
Klirn PiendolT, llonry A. Ctliddmi
John Mitchell: You will tnko notico that
t .... nnl. n ..1 .. fit., t ,..., .f l Ikll
1 IIUIHHIWU IIVJIII HH' IMWUiil v -.'
t-r county, Neb, nt private tax n!o forlHf DCJUCLAS
thidelininent taxre for tho jenr 1H"S,
amounting to $7.13, tho follouing lands
ditcnbod towit: Nw 1 t of nw 1 I, .
J8, town 1 rango 12, containing 40 acrv.
Timo for redemption expirr Ic.2. 111
nnd if not riHlrme4l at thai timo I will
npplv for a tnx dnl. Taxwl in nnmo of
EliMi PiorstolT. 2 3 I, llaam,
Eliwi Pieratoff. Henry A. f Jlidilwi and
John Mitcholl- You will take notico thsl
I purchased from thntrmnurr of Wrb
Ut rountv, Nobrnnka, nt private tax al
for the dellnournt tnxort for tho iwr 1km
amounting to K IH, th ftUilng'
lamb d(critKl towit Hw 1 I of nw 1 I
boc 2i. bwn 1. ranee 12. conUining 10
!.. 1." follow Ins untl rnwj
nn1lTliIa.l . o( tlir ol tl D (. I
town l-rans-eH-eonulBlncvo wft. tlw nt
drcrol at Ut tin I will pi!y fora Ut lrd
Tunl in th nx&i of ChanUrr. Hmn &
& Kdwla Nobl I.lUara iJ
Cliantjpr, flrwo & fa. Mix Xotf aet
Grontr U ttullfimi Y"u wl.l Pk nottco hl
ty. tr t prlrt u uli t.r tlwr aiut
Uin or in JS.r l. JJMnun7 q ci w. u
UAUtwlBZ ilcwrlt' Ulnl to Jt ' Bft4.JJ
4 of tli vm W. f Wk- iw s , I?. Urmn J.
rnc'12.contlcmit3J-r'a. Ttiis"? rrtUsp-
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rfnJattht t My. I w:MWy f ax 4I
Tl In th nvitc of i UnttiUt. Ilw. 4c ft
4Jh) IMin Soblr. U tUuio i-i
(tuotUr, n-trs A. Co, Wla V-1 s1
Gfrsn? I- iivril"ti ct 8Ui hwtVM. tt
I prchvij trow u.- tiirr iA H',VtT
effln'y. Ntr. at irai ut U. fr tf
ttflmiomt tax- ot Ibfl jrr !, tmit
tor n 9lJ. U foJWwlat AtSI'fi
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OlUlW. Rrmrn A Cn VAmirt iii jl OrA
Ufltsiltord: 0 M t' tif- tfcat I pur-?
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fai cf ta yrar l. i'wU? g u fO. Il '
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c arrases at itai fee-1 s a$y Jt re '
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I will apply for a tax dl Taxl in !2ZllZr,:&,ZZllVZ:J''"ti
namo of Ehra rierstolT. 2.1 1 ltntim la HI , Umm?Z2?4 ?lJl
fhMtler. Brown A. fc. W-ln Nobt- ,4 ' JLTCIC llfJfcZ"'1
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