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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, F1UDAY, FEB. 1, 1895
An Afflicted Child
Painful tlt Rheum Covert
Happy and Healthy Sine Takfnf
"0. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Maim
"Mr Utile daughter, Btrdle, now two and on.
half years old, has been a great sufferer from
5 tit rheum since the wasabouttwo months old.
l very painful eruption core ret! neck, ears and
entire scalp. I consulted physicians and tried
many remedlea, but without avail, until a
Frland Raoommended Hood's
aariaparllla. Before the Orit bottle was takea
the eruption had disappeared, and now none
remalai, while the child's general health u
iroTed. 'I heartily recommend Hood'a
llatoalliufferlnf from this disease.'
iftnulllk to i
Tins. Lima Buobuolz, Atchison, Kansas,
Hood'a Pills cure liver tils, eonstlpatlon,
biliousness, jaundice, slok headache, Indlgestlob
limto u i i. wotus.
Tun tunny eensutiouul iiowapHper aril
cIob which buvoreeoutlyguined currency
dorrogatory to Congressman McKoigh
an'fl health wero subjects of ridicule.
Tnooduy wbou thtit'dlsttaguished gen
tlorouu who it hue beon atntud was total
ly blinU in u tlobilltHted and dying con
dition with Brighton disease, Ac, boardud
tbo train uccompanlod by his daughtor
Edith knd Mary Stewurt anil sped away
for tin city of VuBhiugton, whoro he
will servo out his term us congressman
from tbo big 5th. As a matter of fact,
Congressman McKoighan eufTorod cruel
ly with it severe case of supraorbital
neuralgia, which resulted in iritis.
Whunjtbo' hitter disoaso doveloped, ho
was placed under the care of an occuhst
in Lincoln at tho instance of his family
physician. Hie eye is now noarly well,
and he is otherwise in perfect hoalth
Ho eats heartily, sleeps woll and has
about regained his normal hoalth and
Tm: Dlair Courier Iiuh many marked
improvements under its new and able
management. Wo are plouBed to nolo
tho lUccehR of our worthy contemporary.
This wot-U has witnessed some wonder
fill changes in tho Dun Ton bakory and
cafe. In fact Messrs Kaley and Camp,
bell with all their help have workod dil
igontly, repairing and moving every
thing in perfect ordor and plaulng fur
nlture iu u permanent position for futuro
So mo handsome new fixtures have
been added; the old carpets huve beon
supplanted by tho latest and best; the
wallfl are adorned with pretty pictures,
and the'entiro intorior has a decided
appearance of ncutnees, that cannot help
but serve attractively to their patronage.
Thou, too, the kitchon has been nicely
repainted, and many other minor im
provement too numerous to mention.
Aside from these iraprovomonts the
show cases in front are entirly different
than over before, and certainly exhibit
tho choicest and most varied lino of goods
to be found in tho valley. Their baker
Mr. Benso is said to be, and doubtless is
tno iinesi arimi in nts lino mat ever
came to Red Cloud, and his superior
work is doilnitely suggested upon tho
first glanco at his fnncy pastry work.
Besides the enormous quantity of pastry
work, ho turns out daily COS loaves of
broad. A goodly portion of this is ship
ped away to various towns in every di
rection, and asufllclont amount retained
to supply the local trndo.
Messrs Kaloy and Campboll are very
anxious to have their patrons visit thoir
various departments and earnestly re
quest the ladies to call and witness the
process of bread baking any morning
they may desire. They will be explainod
everything in connection with the bak
ing process, and can ascertain precisely
the methods employed in preparing eat
ables for a critical public
Ayery's Cherry Peotoral is known by
its works. The experience of half a cen
tury proves that no other preparation of
the kind stops oonghlng and allays irri
tation of the throat and bronchial tubes
so promptly and effeotually as this,
Two hundred men from all over tho
county joined in a grand wolf hunt yes
terday and surrounding Batin township
six wolves were hemmed in nnd several
hundred Jack rabbits, Six of the wo!
ves managed to got away through an
opening in the ranks, but the poor rab
bits suffered instant death. Another
hunt will take place in Red Cloud town
Tomorrow is Groundhog Doy. Watch
for bis shadow.
Who Is Itf
(D. F. Parker of OgJen sends The
Chikp the following nrtlclo that will bo
of interest to our readers.
Chas. L. Fair baa since his father's
death received an avorago of twonty let
ters u day from people who have untold
confidence In his generosity and willing
ness to divido his nhuro of tho lato Sen
ator's woalth with folks he docs not
"Not only do they writo mo letters,''
says Mr. Fair, "but they insiston coming
nnd Booing mo. Only yestcrdny un old
man whom I don't know rushed up to
the door nnd handed mo a poem, Baying
ho was u poet, and desired mo to read it.
Then he ruBhed away. Ho seemed to bo
crazy. Many of thoso pooplo appear to
bo cranks of u harmless kind,"
Among tho first lotters Mr. Fair ro
celved was this:
Itnt) Cloud, Neb., Jun, 0, 1895.
Mie. Fair: You uro now, as I glean
from tho popors, a young man of enor
mous woalth. I am a school toucher,
tho duughtor of a farmer, and havo a
voice of marvelous swootness, so all my
friends tell me. Could I ask so great a
favor as that you will givo mo 810,000,
With this sum 1 could go to Europo und
cultivato my voice still further. Dronms
of Patti und Emniu Abbot uro boforo
mo. ' 1 havo never had tho pleasure of
seeing you, but 1 bopo to do so whon I
havo made myself famous tho world
Ljt mo say you will novor havo reason
to rogret tho uot, for everybody Bays, and
I am convinced, that I havo such talents
us shall onublo me to riso far above the
horde of would-bo singors who are but
common-placo. Like all Californians
are, I know in advance that you are gen
erous, and therefore have a good hopo
thotyou will send mo the money. Ad
dress Lock Box 7, Red Cloud. L. N. W.
Our readers wjll doubtless wonder who
Ib tho author of the letter to the rich
California signed "L. N. W." We had
always said thoro waa great musical tal
ent in Red Cloud, but the fact is stated
by this very modost girl implies that
Wobstor county can trot out a second
Emma Abott or Puttl very choap only
$10,000. Tho articlo referred to uppoar
ed in u San Francisco paper, und for rea
sons dictuted by oxnodioncy wo will
withold tho author's namo this week.
Of courso wo wish this frivolous young
rurul school 'mnrni success, and would
bo glud to havo this opulent Mr. Fair
to take her to his bosom, provided he
would movo to this county, subscribe for
The Chief, and givo us his patronage.
In this ovont wo have no doubt he could
easily get action on his millions, for
thero aro a groat many sweet girls wo
know of bore who would come as near
muking u Patti ashamed of herself us
"L. N. W."
ii - i -
Mrs. Emily Thome, who resides at To
ledo, Washington sitys she hae never been
able to procure any medicine for rheu
matism that rolioves the pain no qulokly
and effeotualy ae Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and that she has also used it for
lame back with great success. For sale
by Dtye & Qrioe.
The list of letters remaining at the
post ofllco uncalled for up to Januury 31,
Eelson E. W. Powors Henry.
Tho above lotters will be sent to the
dead lotter ofllco Feb. 14, 1895. If not
called for. Fbank Cowden, Postmaster.
Tho sharp wind blow,
The tine snow Hew,
And sifted down his nock;
A cold he nursed,
Ilia system wus a wreck.
For doctors' skill
Ho got a bill
At which he waa surprised;
He wonders why
He didn't buy
That coat wo advertised.
An ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure. Better pay Wiener 20
for an overcoat than give it to the doo
tor. Wiener sells overcoats now at
wholesalo cost, and they range from $2
Unlike most proprietary medicines, the
formuliu of Dr. J. C Ayer'e Harsapsrilla
and othor preparations are cheerfully
sent to any physioian who applies for
them. Henoe the apeoial favor aooorded
these will-known standard remedies by
the World's Fair commissioners,
Prlvuto Money to Loan.
On good farms for 1, 2, 3, 4 or G yoars
time at reasonable rates. Monoy always
ready, ono mortgage, and no commission.
Write to Geo, W. Barker, Erio, Penn.
- D0 1tf
Officers of tho ladies of tho G. A. R.
for the year 1895:
Pres., Mrs. Ella Kesler.
Sen. Vice., Mrs. Elnora Reid.
Jun. Vice., Miss Martha Wilson.
Chaplin, Mrs. G. F. Btapelton.
Soorotary, Mrs. Anna Scott.
Treasurer, Mrs Goo. Baker.
Conductor, Mrs. Mary Wilson.
Guard, Mrs. Minnie Frase.
O. W. 0. Hardman, Sheriff of Tyler
Co., W. Va., appreciate a good thing and
does not hesitate to say so, He was al
most prostrated with a celd when ho pro
cured a bottle of Chimberlain'e Cough
Remedy. He says: "It gave me prompt
relief. I nnd it to be an invaluable re
medy for conghs and colds." For sale
by Deyo t Qrice.
Having purchased the Blue Tank line,
I will keep on hand a good supply of
gasoline and coal oil. Terms1 will bo
strictly cash. W. C. Jones.
A teachers' mooting will be hold at
Cowles, Saturday, February 9, '05, com
mencing at 11 o'clock u. m,
Ten questions on ltclRti o( Itlcliard the First,
Ten questions oh Itolgn ot Edward the First.
J, It. Htrador.
Ten iUcstloD9 on Itclgn of Henry tliu l'lltli,
ilie "Hoyal Incentives" to study and good
conduct, I'rof. J. J. Tooltjy.
l.ovo and Hear as Incentives to study and
Rood conduct. Mri. I.Ulo K. l'ost.
Class drill In reading. It. Ida BavRge.
Teachers should road Whito's School
Management, pp. 1C1 to 189, und Dicki
en's Chlldfl History of England, Chuptor
XIII, to XXII, to get some information
in regard to tho subjects on tho program.
No touchor who can possibly uttend
should bo absent from this mooting
Thoro will be a genoral discussion of
each subject on the program. All in
terested in educational work aro invited
to bo prcBont.
D, M. IIunteh, Co. Supt.
Red Cloud, Nob., Jun. 18. 1895.
Bucklcn's Arnica Snivc.
The best salve in the world for outs,
bruises, sores, Uloers, Salt rheum, fevei
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chillblain
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tivoly cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. 1'rloe 26 cents pet
box. For sale byCottlng. tf
Uernard McNeny, witness and commis
sioner In case of Insanity S ft li
OH Crone, same 7 w
Mary . I Wilson, witness fees S so
I)r McKeeby. services In cose ol Insanity 8 ou
Verllndal.utr, witness feo 2 w
A II Kaley, committee work C on
I U Zimmerman, boarding por 7ii
J WKuuchey, supplies t 15
II M Martin & Hon, safe and supplies, cr
ou taxes 131 lit
Hottest, services as supervisor 'J9 oo
WCUIrd, " " ooo
Wra Hurd, " " 6 80
Albert Kort, " " 6 00
AH Spracher, " " 0 on
J F Watt. " ' 31 0'
UU Lewis, ' " 0
WmCrablll, " " ceo
( W Hummel. " " 15 so
I'HIII. " " 16 in
.1 Klndscher. " " 6 oo
Allltoflman, " " 10 oo
AMcRull, " " 27 00
Jas Itroomneld, " " o 0'
C'llllS HcltUltZ, " " OWi
AW Cox, " " OO"
I he Nation, to booklets 3 oo
4 W Foe, services as bailiff 4 on
C Attack, work on bridge 5 on
AOIInsmer, printing 35 on
W W Wright, hardware 7 10
J H White, matting for onice 8 en
J 8 White, salary 'tS2 34
J 8 tt lute, money advanced Insane fund, 40 Mi
A clear case of domestic infelicity was
witnessed at the depot Monday night,
when a Russian girl recently marriod to
a Red Cloud follow took a notion to
leave hor husband. For a long timo the
two stood at the ticket office window;
she attempting to purchase a tickot for
Orleans, and he protesting savagoly, and
occasionally giving vent to his rage with
naughty udjectives in deep foroign gut
turals. Their quarrel terminated sud
denly when tho train arrived, for us he
held her from the window she gave him
a vicious slap in the face, and blufTod
him fairlv out. Then she securod a tick
ot, chocked her geods and boarded the
train for Orleans where her brothor re
sides, and her now husband walked sor
rowfully home soliloquizing on tho old
subject, "Is marriage a failure?"
It will pay yon to tako Hood's Sarsa
parilla. With pore blood you need not
fear the grip, pneumonia, diptheria or
fevers, flood's earsaparilla will make
you strong and healthy.
Hood's Pills are pnrely vegetable, oare
fnlly prepared from the best ingredients,
Jaspar Bailey, a young man who has
recently made his home with Widow
Williamson across tho rivor, Ib in vory
doop trouble. Ho wanted to go to his
home in Lushton, and mado a self nego
tiable loan for a horso belonging to John
Maraden, and rode away. No ono knew
where he went, and Sheriff Runchey
was put on his trail. Sheriff Runchey
knew nothing about tho direction the
fellow bad gono, but, with his accus
tomed successful sbrewdnoss in hunting
oriminals, he located the horse dealer at
his home in Lushton, nort boost of here,
and brought him back for trial. Bailey
waved examination and was bound over
to the district court in the sum ot $500,
indofaultof which he now lies in tho
county jail. He is euid to be lacking of
good sense, and and a fitting subject for
an asylum. We will presume that his
case will not terminate seriously, for it
is evident he didn't roally intend to etoal
Dandrnff is due to auenfeeblod state of
the skin, Hall's L'air Renawer qniokens
the nutritive functions of the skin, heal
ing and preventicg the formation of dan
druff. A women's club is to bo organized in
Tho damago by the late tiro at Poucu
was ovor $10,000.
The St. Josephv Republican has bub
Only six persons out of each 1,000 live
to bo 75 years old, and only one roaches
tho century mark.
Oh, not afar in distant skits
Tho Bhlnlng hills ot hiavcn rise.
In loving heart Hut purudlso,
And loving wortlH aro keys that ope
Tho tKjrtnla to that land of hojio.
Oh, planning' hearts that droop and sigh,
To watch tho bitter days go by,
Heaven ltiitlf lu close nnd ulgh.
Ever about un ungi-U go,
Threading tliiko tolUmno ways below.
Wo do not kcu thuru -do not know.
Ditt hearts that throb with loving thought,
And llpx that whisper, hruvm taught,
Tho loving words tho Master brought
Thcso aro tho angels wo would know,
And thibo tho t lilnlng feet that go
Muklug u iwruultfo below.
Oh, not afar In distant skies,
Hut close i.t hand, tho blessing lies
In loving hearts lies paradise.
Ixiok up, xud boull tho world is fair,
And heuven und lovo aro evcrywhcrol
-Dorothy Deuuo In Minneapolis Housekeeper.
If Ton Want the Itcnl Tiling, Never Oo to
Kcnllwortlt Castle lor It.
" 'Could I got homo slips of Konil
worth ivy nnywhero about tho ruins?' I
heard a woukiu ask of tho lodgokoopur
at Konilworth castlo ouo day, " said a
"'Younroan Aruorlcau, aren't you,
madam?' asked tho keeper, withusullo.
'"Why, yos, but what of that?' re
sponded tho lady, with somo slight em
barrassment " 'AH Amoricnu ladies como and ask
mo for Konilworth ivy after thoy havo
searched in every nook and corner of
tho ruins for it, ' explained tho kuopor.
'They havo told mo how common it is
iu America and how much it is prized,
aud generally explained that thoy havo
promised to tako somo of tho real thing
baok from Konilworth ruins for friends
at homo. Thoy toll mo thoy oxpented to
find tbo ruins of Konilworth castlo ovor
grown with tho beautiful "Keuihvorth
ivy," nnd that it is generally snpposod
in America that such is tho oaso, aud
that tho ivy first camo from here or is
named after thcso ruins because of its
ahuudanco here. '
' 'The woman nodded assent to all this,
and tho koepor continued:
" 'But what you know as "Keuil
worth ivy" doesn't grow in or about
Konilworth ruins, as you'vo no doubt
discovorod. ' And ho smiled again, and
tho woman also smiled in an embarrass
ed way, for sho had boon huuting overy
inch of tho ruius over, lookiug for tho
plant. 'From tho description of tho plant
which Americans givo mo I think it is
what wo call ground or wood ivy that
you treasure so much. It has a small,
bright grecu leaf and bears a tiny white
flower. It grows ou tho ground in tho
thickets nnd under the hedges in cool
placos, but I uover saw it growing on a
wall as tho common ivy doos. I don't
think thero is much of it auy where here
abouts, but it grows in abuudauco in
somo places farther south. Tho Ameri
can ladies always scorn very much dis
appointed when I tell them "Konil
worth ivy" doosn't growhoro in Konil
worth, and I'm very sorry I can't givo
you somo, ma'am. '
"And tbo woman turned away, with a
little sigh, as sho thought of tho hang
ing basket at homo which was to havo
beon tilled with 'real Keuihvorth ivy'
and of tho many frionds to whom sho
had promisod slips of tho 'roal thing'
whon it had grown. Tho ruins of Konil
worth castlo aro covered with thick
masses of ivy, but it isn't 'Konilworth
ivy,' but just tho common kind" New
The Aim of Christ's Work.
"Peaco on oarth" was tho aim of
Christ's work in this world, writes Ed
ward Bollauty in Tho Ladies' Homo
Journal. Tho whole gist of hlB doctrine
and tho burdon of his teaching consisted
in counsels to mou how to put an end to
strifo with thoir follow mon and livo to
gether with them in mutual helpfulness.
All this teaching, which was tho wholo
content of his gospel, was grouped about
and crystallized in tho golden rule,
whereon our modern world is founded
as on an ovorlastlng foundation. To be
lieve in Christ and not to boliovo in tho
golden rule as the only plan for social
organization seems to us a moral and
rational impossibility an unthinkablo
proposition. Just this, howevor, our an
cestors undortook to do, and it is fair to
admit that thoy woro vory frank about
it They mado no pretenses.
An Apt Iteply.
Napoleon's apt replies often excited
good humor in a crowd. A largo and
brawny fishwoman once was haranguing
tho mob and telling thorn not to dis
perse, Sho fiuishod by exclaiming:
' 'Never mind thoso coxoombs with epau
lets on thoir shouldors. Thoy caro not if
we poor pooplo nil starve if thoy can
but feed well and grow fat"
Napoleon, who was as thin as a
shadow, turned to her and said, "Look
at me, my good woman, and tell mo
which of us two is tho fatter. "
Tho fish fag was completely discon
certed, and the mob disponed. Ex
Little Morjorie Thoro are lots of lit
tle Marjories nowadays, but none other
at all like this one. Sho is original in hor
prayers, as in everything else. The
other night she finished off her petition
"And, O Lord, make all tho wicked
people good and wash all the niggers
white I" Now York Tribune.
The unrolling of an Egyptian mummy
supposed to bo that of a princess, dis
closed a curious cheat. The priests who
did the embalming probably spoiled or
mislaid the body intrusted to them and
for it substituted that of an ' Jinory
A gontloman of tho court of Pepin
had a wonderful pair of breeches that
cost $700. They wcro embroidered with
gold, and nil tho figures woro traced
with chains of small pearls.
Darwin found grains of maizo in tho
earth ou tuohcashoroof Peru 85 feot be
low tho luvol of tho sea.
s May Read
Viicolorcil Japan Tea
Fresh Iloiiht C.'ulli'u
halt Lake I'eaclics
I Crown HnittiiiH
If est A II J Soda Cracker,
XXX Sodu Crackers,
Arbiicklc's Coffee, a Ihs Tor 40c
Lion Coffee, U IIim for 45c
McLaughlin's XXXX CoIIcc, 12 lbs Tor ISc
California Evaporated Peaches,
Lartio and fai, - 10c per Ib
Pall Jelly, the best on market, !5c
New Dried Herring, . - VJ5c per box
Now Orleans Sugar, :i;c per Ib
Wo havo two hogsheads to arrive Tuesday.
"' ' mvwwams2miz-
The abovo prices look as though tho printer had
made an error, but ho has not; they aro our prices, and
wo havo tho goods in stock. It is not our intontion that
tho wholesalo houses should grow rich off this com.
We always buy our Groceries right.
The sunie ib true of our purchases of
Our stock Is or the very latest styles, neat
We have bought, to urrive February 4th, threo crates of
MEKlN'S BEST WARE. They aro beauties.
Don't fail to call and inspect them.
S: I Red Cloud, Nebraska.
BIG WARS CAUSED BY TRIFLES.
A Shaven Cbln Cost Franca Three Million
Lives Modena's Ilucket.
Many times it has happenod that a
gTcat and costly war has been brought
about by an incident trivial and oven
Thus tho war of tho Spanish succes
sion is said to havo been caused through
a glass of water. A lady, Mrs. Masbam,
was carrying a glass of water whon she
was obstructed by tho Marquis do Torey.
A slight scufflo ensued, and tho water
, Tho marquis thoroat took offense, and
bad feeling ensued between tho English
and French courts, with tho ultimate
result that a war was declared.
Tho campaign cost Franco many so
vore battles vis, Blenheim, 1704; Ra
millies, 1707; Audenardo, 1708, and
Quito as absurd in its origin was the
war that took place during tho com
monwealth of Modona.
A soldier stole a bucket from a public
well belonging to the state of Bologna.
Although the value of the article did
not exceed a quarter, its annexation was
the signal for a flerco and prolonged
Henry, the king of Sardinia, assisted
tho Modeneso to retain the buoket, and
in ono of the subsequent battles ho was
mado a prisoner. Thebuokot is still ex
hibited in the tower of tho cathedral of
A third instanco of a war resulting
from a trifling causo was that botwoen
Louis VII of France and Henry II of
The archbishop of Rouon decreed that
no one should wear long hair upon their
heads or chins. Louis submitted to the
decree, whereupon his wife, Eleanor,
rallied him upon his appearance. A
quarrel ensued, which resulted in the
dissolution of the marriage aud Elea
nor's marriage with Henry,
By this marriage tho broad domains
in Normandy formerly belongiug to
Louis passed into tho possession of
Henry. Lonie, hotly incensod, made an
attack on Normandy, and henoeforth,
for nearly 800 years, aroso those bloody
and devastating wars whioh oostFranoe
upward of 8,000,000 of lives. London
C. E. Putnam,
Phoenix Insurance Co.
St. Paul Bankers Life
RE AT, ESTATE
All business intrusted to liim will bo
!25c per pound
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It is stated that tne Chinese will give
John W. Foster an ovon 8100,000 foTn
gotiating a peace with Japan, W
Ho "I think you love me.
right?" She-"No, you are left."'
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right yean oldTone 'Bay horse1
while spot In face, welnlis about uw nouiHis-'
5l.h !' ,elBh? boul l0" Pounds.
. aho. nnereas there l nnwtiin ,n ., .,.
olwldndHEl!uKfh8le,or,l,e.ca,e and koepliK
7 taST Miii .i T .t,"l' n section
rAwn '.! II. In Weisti-r rinntv. N.
o'clMk'n.m! :,eV8t',uy0' February. Trm,' all
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S??hnlmLflflLn8 "nrtlnic Und keeping
St wSif.",?.ewa!.fll,1.b? rae In the clerk's office
I January, "' u"". on as 26th day
In the District Gout of Wcbstor County, Ne
braska. union Trust Company 1
of Now York, trustee.
Iluch W. (iulllford t nl '
Htark llrnlhara Tt,.. i.i. a. . . .
FnJ ? Vnm.WJ,hAuIP ".,,,d Moen MnnSfactur
win company, D. e, HunRerlord, The Case
Iluifgy Companj, The IVrry Manafacturinc
w.f'S0,'- "uW'orrt. (first name uV
B'Utt18' "n,lcaud w"
u"i'.k.Bi.10'.',ce.t,ialon tlie l,r f Janu
SiftliBr' i '' V"'5inr,sl eomonv aforisald
fia,'ratUn; u?,el.n flled ts petition In the district
Sift f itSL'f' S2unt:'. Nebraska, against
said ilefcndaiits, the oblsct and praver of
which are to foreclose a certain inortSiwo exe
fntntyi&iW' "."'"ford and Lucy GullI
fori to the llaralltpn l)an and Trust Company
SnlK'ff'A1,? P,a ,'t'?' Pn the nortu'eairt
fJ;v?J:J,l:iJn."llrt Wet'ater county, to secure
w i?Sronh01 Promissory not, dated May
3d, IKK), for the sura of $I2W, with coupons for
Lei5i'fiVn.,ai ,merc.,.t "tlarhed. whlchVwponi
w.'.w..'2r,,SeacnL,,)r00 which kecame sev
Jd,'.1.No,vl2,.be.Li8.t'.lW3'lay k. No-
mA.i.Vr. .","". .uieto is now que upon
;.,Vu V.r'VV''" V.t" '"'''"."oin rc-
i,, :Si 'S7:.'"i.,J!"iyS """' w" interest,
k.M.TZi. . L i,'""'i rraya tor a decree
!Vh?fAnda.nUb,re1u,rK, lo Py ne same,
am&lrdui!'' m" b" 50U W 8ttt,,,y lh0
i..i.?r ire.EKUa "J answer said pot on on or
" i!r.eiuf ll'nday ot March, 189.
Dated January aoth, iK.
Union Tausr company
ByWharlon&Ilalrd, Attorneys. ' NeW York'
ii nr uJ?.,bf.reby ",.vei? tbat mitt a," b' vlr
SV,ii"ffl0,,M,'l!sl!'J 'ro,n ,lie mM
iiit'..nii, ilfniV'i'K.0' ,he "tlHtrlft court of
rtn,.!,..Ji,iU,cJB! ,lls,lrlt:t. wllhlnaudfor Web
ter comity, Nebraska, upon a Uforee in an
winiVn. i- ii ii "l":,t'l"'i'i. ami ncs isi
c i I1!?1. '. 'm la,l!,' ,?''" 5V ckarih. William
himrn?i Jivi'Ji wl"ni'. Jackson and Hum
i,ira ,.",ll.y.1 " ilclfiidants. I shall oiler for
sale at mibl e endue to tho hlRhest Vldiler for
caitli In hand, at thp ?ust dnor of
th court liou.e ut.llftl Cloud, lu said I
W3tl U : T,W . ("Mt brim! f
MaKi'.1 r,VirtiS?' ,nMm) ."".the li lay'f
;t" "" .",'; '."n "wirnn-u prnin'riy, IO-Wltt
'.y.-lXr' ,1,c b V:,u.?.,.n
,ui;,lI"Milj;'; y linml tnt aist day ot Janu-
M,.viruV i ,... J;AV' 't Ncnar, Sheriff.
.mlm.N), l MliitlH's Attoruvy, k
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