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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, SEPT. 0 , 1895.
This week :
2 lbs Battle Ax Plug Tobacco for - 25c
2 lbs Model Smoking Tobacco for - - 25c
10 lbs Fresh New Rolled Oats for - 25c
8 lb Basket Concord Grapes for - - 25c
run up against a wholesale Home that m cilod moiicjr, sw wo
t tamo Bargain. Tha oiror attuuls k1 iiuill
Tbe plekiag and preserving Mason is at hand. To supply the great do
ki i FiUr 8,r',,'Jr Pure "Ptces, wo hare made heavy purohascs ef
bath whole and ground, fro the very choicest selections of Plantation
grown. Don't ipoil your piokles and preserves by using the peer adul-
Am rsaeived fresh from the roaster every woek. They are selcetsd only
oaacoeuBt ef flavor and drinking qualities.
Our New Moon
Unonlorad Japan Tea is finer than
Mason Fruit Jars.
Ara ia dtmand. We hat abaut 10 gross laft that wa will sell at Uhia
age prises; alst a law grass c-f Jelly Glasses.
In Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Wt defy competition, quality oansidared. Wa buy witk the spot aash,
eoBiequently we Bt our goods mush okeaper than the long tint, leag
winded aaerohanls who buy on lima and sail on time.
A car of Fin Niohigan Salt.
When You Need
Queensware, Glassware, LampB,
fiv Hi. una largos atooK n me
Bring in your Butter and Eggs.
Shea & Tenure
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Oollactiona promptly attended to, and
94 Door Sauth of Chler Offlce.
Pint claaa barbaring done with neat
neaa tad dlapatoh. Your patronage
Tha . K. Shop,
Ileal Cloud, Nebraska.
I five my personal attention te my
patrons. First-class ahaving and hair
catting a apsclalty.
4th Avians, Rkd Glood, Nbumsha.
firat-elaaa barbara and flrat-elaaa work
Will attaan sales at rtajonakla flfurea,
QR. J. S. EMIGH,
Rid Clodd, Nxbrarka.
evar Tayler'a FuralinraMlora.
Ritracts tetth without pain. . .
Crown and budge work a specialty.
roreelaln Inlay, and all kinds of gold fillings.
Makes gold ana rubber plates and combination
An work guaranteed t aa Irst-clns.
Oannan Insurance Co.. Vreeport, III.
Royal lusuianca Co., Mrerpoot, Kngtaud.
hone Fire Insurance Co., of Omaha, Nebr.
rncenlx Assurance Co. of London, Hug. .
Te Manchester rlre Absaranoe Co. of anglim.
rltlia America Assurance Co. Toronto, Can.
Mutaal Iteserve Fund lite Asiu.of N. Y.
Tha Workman llulldlug and I-omi Association
C Uncoln, Nebraska.
Omoa over Miser a Store.
Rid Clodd, Nhkabka
Notice to Teachers.
Notlae ia hereby given that 1 will
XBBiine all persona who may desire
to offer themselves aa candidates for
teachers ofthe publio schools of this
eoHBty, at Red Cloud on tho third
Batttrday of each month,
Speoial examinations will bo hold
ob toe Friday proceeding the 3d Sat
urday of eaon montn,
The standing desired for 2d and
Id grade certificates is the same no
grade below 70 per cent., averagr 80
per eent; for first grade certificate
no grade below 80 per cent., average
90 per eent. in all branohes required
D, M. HuMTBB.County Supt.
Wc now' offer the crop 1895
Alio Reox Salt.
Flower Pols,fffio., dan't fail te call, as
west to select from.
I W. TULLEYS, M. D.
foa vioud, . NobrasKH
Offlen First National opposite Bank.
..muH - mibuhwww creaieu ni
I l)T mall i
Notice of Foreclosure.
In the District hourt af Webster Comity, Ne-
Bayal Loan Asioclatlon. 1
Albert I). Itanueyand
Kato Itanney. ct al,
To A. B. Ilolbeit, non-rosldont defendant In
the abovo entitled course of action:
Auf11li.tllmkeJ0htJCBn,hat? the 50' W "
AURUSt. 18D5, The Itoyai Loan As.nclnlinn
me cierK ef tin district conrt of Welntcr
lendants. the object and prayer of which is to
foreclose a ctrtuln morfgax( i oh lot" number
eleven (11) and telvo(l2i. In Mock Na en
(?). Hoover's addition to illuo mil, NebraVka
exccuUd ipr defendants. Albert I) Katiney ami
Katu Itanney. to tha Itoyai lian Association
for the sum of jaoo, and on which thorn S
due and ow tie from defeiit.Vn,?,fS..l.T,n.?.,r
;um or tm 24. Hald mortgage was duiv filed
.reford ln V10 PniM r the countv ceri or
Webster county, Nebraska, on tho mil dav of
g?Ms,!1&e8,347?nd reC0""ea '" " " of Mori'
-ii','in,iB 'myi that defendanlg may bn fore
ii??ir "".eiiiity of redompiloii. orother hi.
"TS11" "aid mortgaged premises, and that
said premises be levied to b sold to . iatiln J th
amount adjudged to b di inti.l. Sirn.8il!,njr tlie
An,i,lro.reilu,redton"wor said nttltlnn on
or before tho Nth day of October, or to faets
otD8Vpet1:mtb?re.al8,:Ud NebrMk8' t,,e 0t" dy
ny Bout. T. roSay"
Htateof Nebraska, I
WebUer County, f ss
In tho County Court,
airtlett! Ma"r f th0 Ks,at0 ot 8Iuma F
teniber, 1831 All such persons are required to
present their r a ins. with iim ,r..i.. Ir'lri.?
ceunty judge (if said county, nt Ills ofllco there.
l"onpr bofore tho 2uth day or J lurch iM
and all claims so nisd will be'hcard bofore the
ciocgm0." I,,e iS,8t Uay f Marc''-"wTnt w
Dated August 3lst, 1805.
., ,1'J.v,.rt.,,S ot aH axecollen directed lo mo from
the d strict court ef WeWster county. Nobrask i
on a Judgment ohtn ned hv ih ,:i!.il.".,?.ri
' SVst Jlc Qfm ' Webster county. Nebraskii oil
Zj. I bare Tevled upon the YoIIohIiik rwfl
fn'.'i.'rr.rU us.11', Property of said dJlondaiit
to satisfy sad JudKineiit. to-wit: lot hvamVv
one (21), In block tl.lrty-one (31) In tho arlg Ji
Nebnra',k.Clty of Brt ClouU- WSr coum"!
i'?!"1 WJ" ofr the tame far sale t tho hlshist
..jHicu,u.r. m.,11. isj3, in irontof tha oust uaor
of the conrt-heusa at lted mend vahLt.r
ceuuty, Nekrusku, that being no" buUdin.'
wherein (he last term of court vVas held ut the
haiir nf one o'clack n. m. af said ii uiiSS
,mla7ilSSei,.U- "end wHIveV dJ1,
DateiTBod' Cloud. Nobraskii. Aimii.Kift ico
t u :r."..r."."2ir".".rv f".
Notlco is hereby given to all porsons liavlno
?": J '' ?' M,lr'o county. Oregon, di'censed
hat the tlmo llxed for illing cl flhVi s aVVl ,i b t a i!f
OitatB I Six Ilinntlia fnim ,E.. 5n.i. .V"B.' ?.IU
BM Best -ouh BjrupTTa.w Oood, Use
MiliM'rlptlnn, $1 Ier Aiiiumt
Invariably in Advance
It not piild iti adnnre, after this ditto March
18, 18?.', tliu price will lip 1 1. M,
tftiteird at IIt Tout Olllce III Hed (.'loud, Nu.
us ln.'ill inftlitrnf thnm-rolid class
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10, I'assenier. " 10:08 " Ar 10.00 a.m.
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t, allied Train, I.t 12:30 a, m. Ar 12.05 p. m
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For Judge-lOth District,
JAMES MoNENY, Rod Cloud.
For County Treasurer,
J. S. WHITE.
For County Clerk,
L. H. FORT.
For Clork District Court,
J. W. RUNOHEY.
D. M. HUNTER.
For County Judgo,
W. E. TilORNE.
Our Insane Tartar Policy.
The report of the first year's ex
ports and imports nnder the Wilson
bill is at hand. It is interesting.
During the fiscal year of 1894 wo im
ported silk to tho value cf $22,626,
056; that is to say, we paid about
$6,400,000 moro to foreign silk man
ufaoturers and artisans far tho year
ending June 30, J 895, than duriag
the corresponding prier twelve months.
o imported cotton goods to the val
uo ot $22,346,547 in 1894; and te
tho valtto of $33,195,338 in 1895.
This represent a loss to American in
dustry of about $11,000,000. Our
imports of woolen goods wcro worth
$19,391,850 for tho fiscal year of
1894. and $36,542,396 for that of
1895. This rcprestnts more than
$17,000,000 taken from the Ameri
can and paid to European capitalists
tnd workmen. Tho list of increased
imports might be extended indefinite
ly. Tho shrink ago in Amcrioan
wages and profits must have boen im
mense. The free traders told us that what
we lost under a low tariff wo should
aa in in tho reduction ef priocs. The
treasury report does sot confirm this
statement. It confutes it. A sure
test of the prosperity of the American
people is their consumption of the
almost necessary foreign luxuries, tea
and sugar. We import all our tea
and most of our sugar. If the new
tariff had brought prosperity it would
have brought increased imparts of
tea and sugar. Out the imports of
sugar exceeded $126,000,000 in 1894
and fell short of $77,000,000 in 1895.
Our tea imports wero worth $14,000,
000 in 1894, and $13 000,000 in 1895.
Tho eonolusion is unfavorable; while
wo were importing, nnd paying gold
for silks, woolens and cottons, that we
ought to have woven ourselves, we
had to stint ounelves on sugar and
The froo traders also told us that
what we paid out for imported manu
factures would be returned to us for
grain, meat, and other products of
agrisuliun. For, said they, tho for
eigner must eat, and the moro Ameri
can monoy ho gets for his work in
European factories, the mure American-raised
food ho will bo forced to
buy. The Secretary of the Treasury
report dostroys this fiction. In the
same yo.ur, from June, 1894, to Jane,
1895, in which wo to wonderlullv in.
creased our imports of manufactured
goods, wo most woefully deoreased
our export of farm produeta. Eu
ropo took less of our cheese by about
$2,000,000 in tho year in faich it in
croaood our purchases ofk silks by
tii oio than $6,000,000. While wo ad
ded $11,060,000 to our bill for Ameri-
loan breadstuff, exuluiiva of whaat
f , ..w-v
flour, from $59,107,011 in 180-1, to
$i:i80r,66:iln 1895, n.d iis bill lor
whuntflnir fur $69 267,892 lo 61,
051,928 in tin! sumo period.
There was a shrinkage of about
4,000,000 in our lard sports, of
about $5 000,000 in our seed exporlr,
of neatly $2,000,000 ia our butter
exports, and no on nil along the ngrl
cultural lino. Inter Quean.
Walle In ChtoaUfMr. Chnrle h. Knhlar
a protrancat ehoo merchant of Dcs
Moines, Iowa, had quite n aerlnna time ot
it. lie took euob a severe oold that he
oould hardly talk or navijrnto, tint tho
prompt nsoof Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy oared him of his oold so quickly that
others nt tho hotel who had bad oold fol
lowed his examplo aad half n dozen per
sons ordered it from the nearest drug
etore. They ware profuse in thalr thanks
to Mr. Knhter for telling them how to
cure n bad oold so quiokly. For sale by
Dayo a Grlce Druggists.
Webster County Institute opened
Monday, August 16, 1895, at 1:15 p.
m with Uountv Sunt. D. M. Hunter
as conduolor, and Prof. J, F. Curran
of Blue Hill. Miss Ida A. Tew of
Boatrioe, and Mr. L. P. Albright of
this city ob instructors.
Tho enrollment for Monday was 98,
which is the largest opening enroll
ment of this county,
Tho institute) was divisions. Each
division elected a chairman and seven
teachers. Eaoh teacher conduoted a
recitation before his division as a
model of his work in school. At the
closo of tho recitation tko chairman
teok charge, and tho teachers dis
cussed the mothod used,
Division one elected A, D. Plumb
as chairman, John M. Earner, Marie
Taylor, Jehn W. Tulleys, Emily L.
Robinson, Blanche Sellars, Alioo
Remsbcrg and Mrs. Alioo Tremblo as
Division two elected .). J. Tooley
as chairmao, Morton Watson, O. A.
Arnold, Mablo II. Day, J. J. Tooley,
Sarah L. Fisher and S. K. Logan as
Division three eleetcd S. W. Fris
bie as ohairman, Mr. Sooles, Bruce
Payno, Lulu Potter, Dan Garbcr,
Rotta Abel, S. W. Frisbio and Susie
Kenady as teaohers.
Division four olocted Geo. 0. Mann
aa chairman, Hoary Keenoy, Nettie
Hummel. G. R. MeCrory, Memo F.
Bcalo, Nellio West, N. L. D. Smith
and Gro. C. Mann as teaohers,
Mr. Hunter, as usual, mado tho in
stitute both pleasant and instructive.
His ability as county superintendent
deserves to be rowarded by his re
election. Prof. J. F. Curran's instruction
was excellent. His many friends and
pupils wero pleased to see his familiar
Miss Ida A. Tew more than reaohed
tho high expeotions of our county
superintendent in her instruction. As
a lady, sho is cultured and refined.
Everyono was delighted with her in
struction in gynnastios,
The music, under the supervision
of Mr. L. P. Albright, was one of the
pleasing features of tho institute.
The teaohers bad an opportunity of
purchasing all kinds of schoM sup
plies and educational periodicals at
reduced rates from Mr. Hcdgcook, an
cuterprislng book agent of Nuckolls
Miss Prutsman gave an excellent
elocutionary entertainmont to a crowd
ed house on Monday, August 19th. at
tin (...: t -I -L '
tho Congregational ohuroh.
State Supt. Cerbett dolivorcd an en
tertaining and instructive leoturo on
"Public Sohool Education'' Thursday
evening. Ho also gave a pleasant
talk to the institute Friday morning.
Mr. Clommons, of tho Fremont
Normal, addressed the teaohers Fri
Hon. W. E. Andrews gave the
teachers a pleasant address Vriday
afternoon, and leotured on "Patriotio
Scholarship" in tha evening.
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Sold everywhere. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIMANK COMPANY,
Your time to Buy.
Rare Opportunities to GET A
HOME of your own.
No. 111. 000 acres, nine miles from
city. 300 acres under cultivation all
fonced and cross-fenced; lays well, good
soil, frame house, barn, cattle sheds, &o.
Will exchange for Btook ot hardware.
No. 113. 320 ncros, mostly under cul
tivation; good frame buildings of all
kinds; near a good rallroud town; no
batter farm in tho county. Will ox
change for stock ot dry goods.
No. 115. A good large livery otable in
a town that has an ncadotny, having a
large number of atudenta, There is lota
in this for tho right man. Will exchange
tor dry goods.
No. 117. 320 acres; over 200 under
plow, balance pasture and hay; only a
few acroa rough land; large, lino frame
building; a royal good farm; no incum
brance. Will exchange for eastern town
or city proporty.
No. 118. 160 acres, all No. 1 ooil. The
presont corn crop will go 70 bushols to
tho aore. 80 acroa under plow, balance
huy land; Incumbrance $800. Will ex
ohnngo equity for work horaeB,
No. 119. 160 acres, with good framo
buildings; well and windmill; 120 acre
under cultivation; 10 ncros pasturo; 7
miles from railroad; incumbrance $1600.
Will exohango equity for horses.
No. 08. 300 acres; all good soil, only
two milos from a good railroad; frame
buildings, lino spring near the house;
115 acres under plow, 80 acres fine fenced
pasture, balance good hay land; 140 a.
lino rlvor bottom land. Price $3500.
No. 013, ICO acres, five miles from
this city; 55 under cultivation, 140 good
tillable land, balance pasture; lays well;
good soil; building no good. Prico
$1500, Will tnako a desirable home.
No. 018, 80 acres, three miles from
railroad town; 25 acres undor cultiva
tion; somo timber, small frame bouse,
stable, woll, &c. Price only 8750.
No. 021, 80 acres, three mileo from
railroad; 75 acres undor plow; frame
uuuuings, well, somen tilt trees. Price
$075. This is all good soil uud a desir
No, 025. 240 aores; with frame house,
frame barn, frame corn crib with wagon
shod, nice grovo ot timber, good well,
also spring and running water; 110 acres
undor cultivation; 00 acres foncsd pas
ture; school-house across th. rond; ex
cellent neighborhood; so van ruilea from
railroad. Will sell at a burgain.
No. 031. ICO acres, nuito near thin
city; over 100 ncroH undor cultivation;
frame buildings, two wells; can all be
cultivated; all fenced; city school privi
leges. Cheap borne at $2800.
No. 032. 720 acres, in Smith county,
Kansas; lays on state lino; buildings
now occuplod, but are poor; 30 under
plow; 40 acres timber; good running
water; 300 acres bottom land; an extra
good body of land; cun be sold In lots or
together, Price, $10 per acre,
No. 037, ICO acres, four milos from
this city; good framo building.; good
well; bearing orchard; 80 acres plowod;
GO in fenced pasture; balance hay land;
a good farm, Prico $2800. Torms to
No, 010. 440 acres, noar city; 250 acres
undor plow; nil bottom land, with plen
ty ot timber; good framo buildings; tho
very boat ot alfalfa land. To parties
wanting grass iand will offer a great
No. 041. ICO acres, ii miles from
good railroad town; 140 acres nice
smooth, good plow land; 10 acres iti
timber; this is prairie loud, extra good
soil, aa the big growth of grass will
show. Price $1200; very cheap.
No, 045, ICO acres, threo milos from
good railroad towo; 80 acres undor good
cultivation; good six-room frame houso;
stable, woll, windmill; 80 acres fenoed
pasture, with timbor and running water,
Cheap at $1700,
No. 047. 640 acres school land; all raw
prairie; part leasod, part contract; our
equity for sale; extra good soil, splendid
grassland. Wo have a halt aeotion ad J
Joining this section; mostly under culti
vation; good framo building; cattle
shads, feed lots, Ac. Write for prioe
No. 049. 320 acres, 7 miles from rail
road town; 100 acrea under plow; good
soil; living water; no building; 40 acrea
rough land. Price $2500.
No, 050. 160 acres, three miles from
this oity, good building; plenty of wa
ter; fenoed pasture; 80 acres under
plow; some timber; all good atoll. Price
No. Oftl. 640 acres; large frame house
barn, cattle sheds, granary, corn crib,
scales, tenant house; one halt under
cultivation; a number of aorea in alfalfa;
all fenced and oroea-fenced; plenty run
ning water; near good town; a good
well; located cattle ranch. Write fer
price and terms.
No. 053. ICO acres, 7 milea from rail,
road town; 100 acrea under cultivation,
balance under fence; aod buildings; good
well; all good soil; but little rough land.
Price $1500. Terms to auit purchaser.
No. 055. 100 acrea, 0 milea from this
city; rock buildings; well and running
water; 75 acres under cultivation)
fenced pasture. Price $1500.
No. 057. 160 acres; frame buildings;
well and windmill; 7 milea from good
railroad town; good soil; 80 aores under
plow; balanco fenced pasturo; some
fruit and shade trees. Price $1600. A
No. 0C0. 160 aoree, 8 milea from rail
road; good frame buiidinga in good con
dition; considerable bottem land, and
extra good soil; well and running water;
85 acrea in cultivation; balance extra
good pasture and hay land. Price $1800;
No. 063, 200 aores, 4 miles from rail,
road town, frame buildings; well, ko.t
75 acres under plow; but little waste
land; good pasture and hay land. Price
$2000; long torm.
No. 065. CO
frame buildings; good well; all under
cultivation; good land; will
noruo. You can buy it cheap.
No. 066. 120 acres, near this city; 100
acres good bottom land, and mostly un
der cultivation and fence; frame house;
stable and out-buildings. Thia land ia
well adapted to alfalfa or sugar beets;
being near the depot is quite desirable.
No. 007. 60 acres, adjoining this oity:
all under good cultivation; good soil;
frame buildings; a very desirable eubur
No. 068. 160 aores rnw prairie; three
milos from this city; good grass and
hay land. Price $1000.
No. 069. 160 acres, 3 milea from good
railroad town; 120 acrea under cultiva
tion; all can be plowed, and all eood
soil, fenced pasture; frame buildings;
wen anu windmill. Price $2000.
No. 071. 320 aoree; good frame build
ings; good well, also running water; 200
acres under plow; no waste land; all '
good Boil, aa the fine crop ot corn will
show. Price $4200. ,
The abovo ia only a partial list ot our
lands. If you do not see what you want
on thia list, please write for full particu
lars. I know I have the land that will
On much of our land we ask but a
reasonable payment down, deferred pay
ment to draw 7 percent interest.
Our entire county ia well supplied
with school houses, the sohool session
undor good teachers running from six
to nino months each year.
Correspondence solicited. Wa win
reply promptly, and interest, if possible.
Conio and see ue.
1. B. SPAXOGLK, ,
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