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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1803.
A. C. IIohmkii, Kdltor.
I.arotTait. Ast licnt Kdltor.
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
The Grand Victory of the
Ohio eloota McKinley by 90,000 mc
jority. Ntw York elects republican oflleials
Massachusetts by !)0,00O.
Iowa by .10,000.
Knneaa elects republicans in 00 coun
ties out of 105.
Nebraska elects Its state oflicials.
New Jersey elects its entiro legisla
ture Pennsylvania goes largely republican,
and Boon ull along the line.
Surely glory enough for one day.
Kl iction him cotno nnil gone, nnd the
republicans have not only been trium
phant in Webster county, but in Now
York, Ohio, Massachusetts, Now JerBey,
Michigan, Kansas, Iowa, and in nearly
all of tlio states whero electionH have
beon hold. This fact goes to show thnt
tho people have becotno tired of the mis
rulcB ot tho deiuoctatic party, nud havo
decided that tho grand old party is otill
tho best party on earth. Tin: Cnur
feels very pleasant over tho result as it
is n clear indicator si tho policies of the
Wo wait it distinctly undoislood here
nnd now, once and for all, that these.
rooms are not to bacotnn a touting placo
for boys. Those who have comfortublo
places at homo aro expected to stay Micro
iu tho evenings. Understand us every-
ono is welcomo to com to tho rooms
whonovor thoy are open; and if tho boys
buvo it few spars minutes when thoy lira
dawn..town,,or tho lessons aro easy pomo
night, nnd they wish to read some book
wo have, or writo some Utters, why,
11 como on,' boys, and invest your tiuui
A where you think it will do you tho most
Hut you aro not to got into tho habit
"''of it lying tver n'ght, " .Veil I guess I'll
go down to tho Httiding Room".
Have regular hours for study, work, or
play, and keep them.
Amount plodgod to Oct..'!l 821.50
received " " " '21.00
" paid out ' 12.00
Balance on hand Nov. 1 8.00
Dookca'so opon for examination at any
timo. We need eoiuo chairs. Surely
there are n number ot fnmi!oi in Hod
Cloud who can donntu'n common chair.
Wo ncod many other articles but it
seems usloss to again mention them. If
you havo anything which you think
could bo used in it raading louin, and
which you do not need plenso eithor
bring it to the rooms, speak to ono of the
diroctors, or drop us a card. Address
City Roading Room.
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North Pole, Deo. Bu, 1802.
HalUr Proprietary Co: lio sure nud
send men lot of Hnllcr's Sure Curo Cough
Hyrup. 1 get lots ( letter from the
' ohildron asking for it. For nlo by Deyo
MMMIMII t f t V
WilWJi mm see aaa
a a a a
Fat cows 1 5o2 00
is tutor it
Chickens doz. l 75
Turkoys lb. U
f New bay can bo had by leaving orders
Ml 'i earl
Another Political Battle
Won by the Repub
A WIXIj i'oijcsiit
Willi llg Odd Against Vs.
nt, .v it wan imim;
After the lia' lie M over,
Aflrr llio li'lor'a won,
After Iho bovs tell tlruviT,
After the ball Is done.
do ami loll ('apt. Iloncliln,
(to tell some others, too,
do tell Auuutt.ernekh,
do till nil the crew.
That ll:n "I'op" neren't In It
'I hat they're nn the wane.
'I hat tho "IWm" chaw tnll'.let.
'J but their ellorts weie In Milu.
For I ho liepubllcaue tire workers,
Kor their cunildatcs they light,
l'or they lime ue use (or kickers,
l'or their victory's eut of sllii.
Tho great political campaign of tur
moil and adversity Is at an end. To
assert that it has been an exciting ono is
but n truo statemont. Both locally and
abroad, tho recent election has been
characterized with much enthusiasm,
indicative of tho rclativo strength of
each party. Tho press throughout the
country has displayed its usual strength
in thoextollmont of tho candidates ad
vocating its principles, tho crafty poli
tician has concocted his various schemes,
tho chronic campaign delator has sung
his littlo song, tho usual amount of cam
paign litoraturo has beon promulgated
through tho country, tho sanguine orator
has reiterated in glowing terms tho
grand achievements iih an inevitable re
sult of tho victory of his party, nnd the
obnoxious campaign tattler has been
relegated to obscurity till another elec
tion. All tho various factions hnvoeintiloyed
means to pervert thoso stipceptlblo to n
change, but wo aro thankful after u long
period of painful susponso, to mount our
familiar and udored pinnacle, and wave
tho (lag of republican victory.
In our own county the contest has
been a very spiritod one, thero being
many men iu onch party who woro read
ily acknowledged to bo dosorving of tho
votes of tho people. Tho actual result,
however, hits determined tho four most
important olllces won by republican can
didates. It was well known from the
beginning that tho most strenuous ef
forts would bo required to defeat tho
populist ticket, as it was ovon concedod
by Bomo republicans to bo utmost for
midable. Hut such was not tho case. In
many parts of tho county, thoy fell far
short of thoir voto of two years ago.und
nowhere was thoro increase in their
Although thoolection was an Interest
ing one, thero was n reasonable fairncFs
manifested in tho race, and, with tho ex
ception of the Guide Hock Signal, which
sold its intiuenco to tho highest bidder,
thero was littlo bribery or unfairness in
tho entire campaign.
L. H. Fort proved his popularity with
tho peoplo by capturing tho ollico of
county clerk. Mr. Fort is a typical gu
tloman, a skilled accountant, and a con
servative business man, nud his gonial,
frank nature has gained tho popularity
ot our people to that extent that thoy
conforred upon him tho honor of clork
on tho republican ticket, tho ono which
ho lias always supported.
J. S. White was at no timo uneasy con
corning his election. From start to tin
Uli, ho made a thorough and honorable
canvas, which is strictly in accordance
with Ids principles as a man, and ho was
rewarded with the election to tho ollico
of county treasuror by n handsome ma
jority. That Mr. Whits will make an
excellent and honorable oflioiul thero is
no doubt, as hit lias alwayH been an hon
orable, man, and a conservative republi
can. John Uunohsy is another republican
who won laurals in tho election which
constitute ono of tho most important
ofllco in tho county. John is an honor
able voting man, full of ambition, rons
ouable iu hin ideas, and judicious in his
dealings. Ho will make a Hhoriff which
will bo an honor ami credit to the
Tho nteo for the ollico of county sillier
iutendent was, indeed, a close contest
with tho two leaders. All iu tho race
woro well iiuulilled, but tho republican
candidate, D, M. Hunter, won tho nice,
His most active opponent was the popu
list candidate, Geo. K. McCrary, who is
virtually a stranger, but ut tho snmo
time, a gentleman in every Bonr.o of tho
word, ns shown by tho voto ho polled.
Mr. Hunter enters upon tho duties of
the ollice of county superintendent for
tho s ojnd term, nnd his elllcicnt work
in tho educational lino in the pnst insuro
the requirements of that ofllco well ut-
landed to in tho futuio.
Judgo Duffy is u good citizen and a ,
good judge, henco the people of the
county deeded to havo him remain in
Stephen Dnyles becamo tho county
coronor on tho populist tickot, nnd will,
no doubt, give satisfaction. Our defeat
ed candidate for that ofllco 5b very cheer
ful, and nlthough ht is a man unblem
ished, ho did not got tho required num
ber of votes to elect him. In tho caso
of Judgo Trtinkoy, it was on tho Bnmo
principle. Mr. Trunkoy is n gentleman,
nnd had it not beon for tho satisfaction
given by tho present incumbent of tho
ofllco of county judgo, he would undoubt
edly havo beon eloctod.
Frank Kuehn was tho populist candi
date for county surveyor, nnd while ho
dofented an oxcollent man for that place,
Mr. Thorno of Bladen, ho has given sat
isfaction, and, no doubt, will continue to
Tho following is tho result of tho
JUIH1K OP HUIMSF.MK COUKT.
T. O. O. Harrison, rebublican, 803; F.
lrino, democrnt, '217; Silas A. Holcomb.
independm', 9:2; Ada M. Bittcnbonder,
prohibition, 77; Holcomb's plurality,
IlKUKNl!) STATU UNIVEIISITV (FULL TERM.)
Henry D. Kstnbreok, republican, 002;
Charles Weston, republican, 810; Milton
II. Doolittle, deiiu cat, 274; James II.
Pile, democrat, 201; 11. L. Heath, indc
psndcnt, 881; A. A. Monroe, independ
ent; A. E. Bicker, prohibition, Ct; Mrs.
C. II. Walker, prohibition, 03; Estabrook
18; Heath, 05.
ItF.dl.NTH STATE L'MVF.KSITV (TO FILL
Cuas. W. Kuley, republican, lOGlj
Cbns. Klomnn, democrat. '208; C. L.
Brnlnnrd, independent, 8.31; J. P. Hcald,
prohibition, ('.'2; Haley's plurality, 230.
FLOAT IIKlMtEHENTATIVF. IGtH DIST.
W. B. Brown, republican, 9(51; O. It.
Pitnoy, independent, 1071; Pitney's plur
Allen T. Aycrs, 221; James Duffy,
108.-.; D. F. Trunkoy, 832; Duffy's plural
M. W. Garber, independent by peti
tion, 185; Georgo Ktehler, donu grat, 10.');
John Bunchey, republican, 801; August
Zerwckh, peoplo's independent, 77.';
Runcliey's plurality, 23.
Wm. A. Garrison, democrat, 212; W.
B. Housoholder, people's independent,
012; Jas. S. White, republican, 100IJ;
Whito'n plurality, 01.
L. II. Fort, republican, 002; D. J. My-
ors, democrat, 100; J. L. Miller, people's
independent, S3.'); Fort's plurality, 11).
D. M. Hunter, republican, 105G; Mark
Million, domocrnt, 15.'); G. It. McCrary,
people's independent, 097; Hunter's plur
Stephen A. Baylcs, pooplo'e independ
ent, 975; S. M. McCollistor, domocrat,
.177; J. II. Stauper, republican, 819; Bny
les' plurality, K13.
F. A. Kuehn, people's independent,
1093; W. K. Thorno, 974; Kuehn's ma
Supervisor, A. II. Ktdoy; Juslico of
Peace, Samuel West, T. W. Mendenhall;
Constables, J. G. Sapp, G. A. Miller;
Assessor, J. V. Warren.
Curb Stonu Talk.
Ilouchin: "Don't see how they
S. B. Newmeyer
"My bolt didn't do
mo any good."
Judo Sapp: ' It isn't too cold forSapp
Sam Temple: "Somo of tho Pop can
didates had better havo beon thnukful
for n few democratic votes."
Jeff Wind: "Didn't wo do it though."
F. A. Swoozy: "I am not running a
circus, and if I were, Capt. Ilouchin
couldn't bo the clown now.
Will Crabill: "I nm tho noxt super
visor .of Bod Cloud township; do you
Jutlgo Duffy: "1 nm a boss to run for
Judgo Bnyles: "I propose to 'sot' on
those fellows who voted ngninst mo."
Wlit'ii n man pomula hi thumb, lio pulH
It lit Ids month and hhjh got mo
Hallur'H I'ain l'undj.tr, quick now. For
n;ilo by Doyo t CI rice.
Wlmt Our Ocvll Sing.
After election isoTer,
After tho otes aro Hilled,
After the Pops aro routed,
Afttr old Grovur is told,
'Vhut fun to see tho long faces,
Tho Tops aro carrying around,
And tho democrats standing in
Whoso men wot o not to be found.
Last j ear they elected old Grovor;
ThUyear they ato tired ot hiurulo -So
they pack up their duds and tiro
Bight back to llio good old school.
The groat elephant, got a Foru foot tl ey Cough, Cronp nnd Whooping Cough.
ued Iliillur'tf Dub Wire Liniment, nud The standard home remedy in tlmniands
cnruUt up hi four days. For sale by 'of families for all long diseases. Goaran
Dojo A Gricc. teed by O. L. Coltlng.
As ruriiHIifd lay Our County
!It. Ilol'c Items.
Wo still hare Sabbath sehool orerj
Sunday at 10 a. m., and K!d. Morton
will paeach every two week.
Samuel Hale of Wyoming and for.
mcrlyof Missouri, has gone to Misr.
ouri for tho winter,
Frank Smith the little boy who
died aad wai buried at our ccmctiy
a few days ago, was first kicked by a
horse, and whon nearly well, was taken
sick and died suddenly. He was a
good boy, and but 1G years old,
The Slaby fcirls that havo been sick
for lome time are meading slowly.
Mr. Drewn (a son of Uncle Jack
Brnwn)who lost hia wife about a month
age, buried his littlo cliildjnit Mon
day. The team that raa away here the
other dny ran ef a mile and d'dnot
injure thctnie We?. It is tbought that
they made it in 4 minutes time.
Mr. Lcnse our popular sohool toaoh
er went to Lebanon laat Saturday.
Chap. Arbuckla went to Red Cloud
Saturday, tnd swapped a wagon load of
turnips for a bushel of apples. And
still ho raises a lot of grain and po
tatoes but don't try to raise fruit.
L Haskins has a bad spell of rheu
matism, llev. Horton preached at our school-
houio Sunday to a crowded house.
News very ecarce.
Mrs. Raohel Bales is away viaitin g
Mr. Toland and wire, and J. W.
Bceman of North Branch, were in
Mankato Inst Friday.
D. II. Dillon'bf North Branch, will
start soinctimo this week for a trip
through tho cast.
Tuesday evening, Nev. 14, there
will be an entertainment at tho acad
emy in North Branoh, after which
stcpi will be tiken to organize a li
brary association. Come everybody.
Halloween was a sweet evening in
North Branch. Tho next mooing
tho door knobs of tho business houses
and the town pump handle was cover
ed with molasses.
Wo are hiving Indian summer here
hut I suppose it looks stormy for some
C. Hunter went to On ah a last Sat
urday, returning Mondy.
Miss Thurston who hu been visit
ing her grandfather, 11. 11. Pitnoy,
for the past few weeks, took tho train
for home Saturday. She gainod many
friends whilo hero and they were sorry
to soc her leave.
Mr. Broomheld is saving a new
barn built. Mr. Eddy is doing the
Miss Maude Knight is on tho sick
list this weak.
Mr. Irons ia getting in a largo sup
ply of coal for the winter trndo.
A, 11. Davis is our road overseer for
next year, and is a good man for that
Mist Emma Hale and mother wcro
hopping in Red Cloud, Monday.
Mr. Sawyer and wife spent Saturday
and Sunday visiting at Harlan, Kan,,
returning home Monday.
Mrs. Kent was visiting on Ash
Creek last week.
Inavle now affords preaching every
Sunday evening and every two weeks
at eleven o'clock by Rev. Hancock,
whom tho M. E. Church has hired
for tho coming year. Rustl'eu,
Hitll'd Vegetable Sicilian HairReuewer
Is uuqiwalionably the best prusurvative of
the hair. It is also curativo of dandruff,
tetter, and all sculp affection,
A J liajes nnd wifo, and Mrs
Proud tit wcro ia Red Cloud to-day,
E'cction is over and the lucky ones
aro happy; ivorything was viry qu!ot
Mim Mubol Day spent Sunday in
The new bridge is getting along
Mrs. Jone was in Rid Cloud this
Tito school lias a (lug waving over
their school house.
Mrs. Mnmo Hughes is ill.
Weather is line.
Cough Syrup cures Cold?,
The Lost Creek Debating Society
havo again orcanizi and now havo tho
best society ever held in the prcouict.
A number of young people gathered
at tho homo of J. Franeis for tho pur
poso of having a parly, on Thursday
cvoning, whilo a few others gathered
to havo a dance. Afttr the prelimin
ary examination, it was decided to go
on with the parly. No bones were
Number ol Blue Hill, and Red C'oud
speakers were out to the Republican
meeting in Garfield, Wed. evening,
among the number was John Runobey
candidate for sheriff. John has a
good many friends in Garfield.
The next lceturc to be given at Dist.
49 Nov 10, will be delivorcd by mem
bers of tho Three It's society of Rod
Cloud. The meetings are instructing
and deserve praise and your attend
John Kirner ie home on a vacation
of ono month.
John L. Springer commenced school
in Diet. 3G Monday, Nov. Gib.
Albert Ferry is homo from the Fair.
lie says it takes money to see all tho
Will Amoek is going to move baek
in our neigborhood again. Pat.
m. Kliok is working for A. Akor.
K. Bean and wife Suntfaycd at J.
T. Ander:on was working the road
J. McContish is erecting a new
fr." me house.
J. Bean was doing business in Riv
Claud Wilton, of Otto, Sundaycd at
Wm. Brcthauer was in Rivcrten
Mr. O. Garner of Inavnlc, was hero
on important business Sunday.
Wm. Swihart has returned from his
trip to the western part of the state.
I. T. Thomas and family, were the
guuits of J. Beau and family last
J. Wiscarrer and family well de
part for Arkansas soon.
Potor Hansen was asked tho other
day what kind of a flower he thought
the prettiest, and he answered: "the
Lilly f eouric."
U. S. &Co.
For Farm Loans
Weather is fine.
JounioFox has killed his third
beef this, fall, and is not running for
Mr. Dan Norris was over to call on
L. Haakins Sunday who is 1 lid up
with a severe attack of rehumatiam
Mrs Shoars is at Mrs. Norris' for the
Miss Maud Mock has secured the
Penny Creek school for the winter
Frank VanDyke is working near
Jeff Bechaump is looking up his
What has boeome of the teacher
they call Lease, who pulls tho cais
of his young pupils until they
hang out like tho neck of a gooFo?
Mel Sherman was vis'ting at Hts
kins tnu week.
Winter wheat is looking first rate.
Mr. Amos talked to tho people at
Orisio on tho political issues. He is
a good speaker.
Mr. Ted Brown's baby died aad was
burisd at Mt. Hope cemetery,
There was a danco at Tom McCart
hy's Friday nijfht. All report a good
Mr. Morehead, tho painter, has
made Mr. Myers' houso look nice.
Quito n number of young folks
gathered at Robt. 0 ill iw last Saturday
night. They had staging and anisic,
which was enjoyed by all present.
Our dear Htu! only brother,
Has crosneU Hie ililnlnn sVi,
To dwell with other loved iitiet,
And return tons no more.
Wo mourn In hiiintilo silence,
Hut not Ilka t lio,o who have
No hope to clear IlioduiKucss
And tenuis ut the crate.
We inlsi Ulin l,y thn llirsl In
Wlicie olt wo hint have biest j
We miss Itl in when reclliilu;?
Uianour beds to lest.
Wu miIsi him in the household
Wo miss him, )oj, wo miss him,
Far his fate wo cannot see. M A.
i i .1.
Ill bccoitd Wire
Told him tlio seerot of her good hcsltli.
She used "Parks' Tea" every night, Sold
by C. L. Cottlug. .
Tho young folks enjoyed a few
hours nt tho patty at Mr. Sut'on's
Maude Mock and Karnio Huskitu
wcro the gtifsts of Rello Aubushon
Mrs. Dickcrson'o mother nnd sinter,
who have boon Tisiling her for llio
past two weeks, started homo Mon
day. Miss Jennie Rudd Allio nnd Anna
Lewis of Red Cloud were visiting tho
Miss Andcrron Suauny Inst.
L. Hoskins is on tho s'ok list
Mr. Reauoltamp and wifo were vis
iting relatives in luavalo last Sun
day. Mr. VaiiDjkc's Mr. Guthrie's and
Miss Sutton, attended the Quaker's
meeting at Pleasant Grovo Sunday.
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' "a quaint ceremony ,r"
A Wedding- Which Wim Conducted 1st Ae
curdnncn Willi Cfunhrr llltoi.
At noon, iu tho prim meeting house of
the Society of Friends nt Rutherford
plnco nud Fifteenth street, Miss Eliza
beth Willcls nud Dr. Samuel W. Lam
bert married themselves. No minister
ofllcintcd, for nono was needed. No
prayers wcro said, nnd no music greeted
their npproach to thonltnr. Ceremony
nnd display wcro lacking.
Half nn hour before tlio ceremony vns
to take placo tho littlo meeting houso
was crowded to tho walls. Threo thou
Faud invitations had been scut out, but
only nbout -100 could gain entrance.
Everything had ti subdued character
tho pewB painted In soft yellowish brown
colors, tho ceremony, tho decorations
nnd tlio people. No flowers wero dis
played, but tho rostrum nud tho choir
seats were banked ith n mass of palms.
Especially notlceablo among the peoplo
wero tho young wofnen, chid in soft col
ored cloth gowns, wearing big huts,
which drooped in unexpected turns nnd
crept out over their foreheads nnd had
eoft veils twisted nbout tho brims, which
shaded tho eyes nud tho brows. Theso
young women ns they entered kopt tlrclr
eyes right toward tlio pews where they
were going to sit. Scattered among tho
crowd pressing into tho church camo a
few Friends dressed in their old timo at
tiro wearing smooth black coats, with
velvet faced standing collars nnd broad
topped lapels, and broad crowned, wide
brimmed black hats.
Miss Willets reached tho church, ac
companied by her father, shortly beforo
noon. A few minutes later tho ushers
led tho procession up tho nlsle. Follow
ing wero tho two bridesmaids., Thobrido
advanced leaning on her father's nrm.
She woro a whito sntitt gown trimmed
with point laco and n tullo veil. Tho
bridesmaids wero nttircd iu delicato
green and whito striped gowns, Hindu
with full skirts and adorned with black
Tho procession was received nt tho
rostrum by Dr. Lambert nnd his best
man and Dr. J. W. Markoe. Dr. Lri
bert advanced nnd took Miss Willets
tho right hand. They stood facing each
other, senrcely looking nt their assem
bled friends, ns Dr. Lambert paid:
"In tho presenco of tho Lord nud these,
my friends, I promise to tnko theo to bo
my wedded wife, promising through di
vine assistance to bo tv faithful nnd af
fectionate husband till death."
Then Miss Willets spoko n fow hur
ried words, inaudible to the people. What
sho said was:
"In tho presenco of tho Lord nnd my
friends I pvomUo to tnko theo to bo my
wedded husband, promising through ill
vino ns8istanco to bo a faithful nndnffec
tionnto wifo until death."
No prayer was offered, but nfler a
momeut's pauso Mr. Howard J. Wright,
tho whito haired clerk of tho meeting,
unrolled a lnrgo certificate. Dr. und
Mrs. Lambcit walked n step or two to
tho left, whero ho was standing, and
then seating himself iu n chair Dr.
Lambert signed his namo to tho certifi
cate. Then Mrs. Lambert signed tho
document, writing not her maiden namo,
but her now name.
Then Mr. Wright stood up nnd read
the certificate, which recounted that on
tho Cist day of October tho two parties
in the iiresenco of witnesses had pledged
themselves to bo husband and wife. To
this certificate is appended a list of wit
nesbes giving testimony that tho cere
mony was performed. Tho marriage is
recorded in tho birth, marriage nnd death
book of tho society. New York Letter.
Over Post Office
Notice Is hciehy given, tint under and by
virtue of an order ol aalu lotted fiom tlio ollli-tt
olC.lt Urotiu, clerk olthu ilislih't eoitn o the
tenth Judicial district, within and fur Wchiler
couuty, Nchriisnu, npon it di'i-ieo In an iictlou
rfnillnu therein, whereli M. S. Sturgeon riiiin
lilt. anduKdlnst Mrs.Ad.llue Cru-ilir, I.I He C,
Ovrrim:. and C. .1. (itenni;, Helen I, mis.
I shall tiller lor saleiit publlu vouduo. to llio
hldhcU hldilsr tor cash In liiinil, nt tic ruH
daiirut tlioenurt-linuse. at lied Cloud. In mild
alntnr enmity, Nebraska. (Hint licliic thn
building whaielh tun Ust term nt t-ald cniirt
wii hidden) nu 111 IDtli. day of llMnmlier, A.
I). 1 UJ, nl o'clock A. M ,ot :tlil dm, tin-fol-ii.wl
ik described property, to-wlti l.-ns wen
(Tl.euht (8) an I nine (0) in lilu.-l; tliliiien 113),
Ited L'lriiit, Netunskit,
ilen timloriny huhd tills ictli, day o( No
vember A. Jj.,ikM,
t'i'0. 12, Coo.v, HierllT.
A.. I. ToMi.i:so:f, Deputy.
(Iko W. Uaiikkii, I'hiiutlira Attorney.
Nnllco Is heicl-y clven, that under and by
virtus of mi on ar ot sale imuml from the ollico
of C. II. Clone cteik of llio dlMllct court af the
tenth Judicial dMtilct, within und for Wclnter
enmity, Nelirieiii, upon uu action pimlln.r,
theieiu.whcir nl'hailr J. I'lclUnrdU plantilf.
iiinl Hitalnst Jniiii A. hlbcit, Mary 12. Sllirrt
lliiinliiiiiriiilii'jH.S; Co, l,n.im'fr W. TiiIIbjs,
mill I'larrncK l llrssu.Tiusluoniiil baualhl iry
I shall oiler fr aeut public vendue, to thn
hbthcit nidiler lor eali In hiiuil, nt thu r.ts.
diiurof -ho court h nisi-, at Ited Cloud, in x.iM
WcliHter cninty, NelnaiKa, (Unit belnu thn
Imtlilluu whurelu lh lutt leim or s:ild court
i linldeu) on tho Kill duy of Pocember A. P
iitoaat II oVlock a. .M.,oi H.Hd dav. tho rollout
IllK described ptoperly lowltl Thn Hutllluu t
ip urler of hicIIuii Ihlrts-fUn (:i3) township o in
(I) inir.ll or l.muH twt'lvit (I'.) wo t nt thu utli
r. M., cnntiiliiing arcordliiK to uovein iteut
tilvea iindt-r my hand this lOlh dny of Nivctu-
DtT e l'i IcJJt
(Jko. K.coov, Rltetirr.
,.. .. , ''yA. J.IOMI.IHSOM. Deputy,
Geo. W. Barker, Plant H' Attorney. ' '
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