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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1897)
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tevere Attack of Dyspepsia Cured
by Hood's Saraaparllla A Skin
Disease From Childhood.
"Slnco we came to North Dakota we
havo never had occasion to call a physl
clan. Wo tako Hood's Saraaparllla for alt
our ailments. About three years ago my
husband had tho misfortune to strain his
tomach by heavy lifting. This brought
on dyspepsia and ho suffered very much,
Mpeolally at night, and he could not
loep. Ha decided to take Hood's Sana
parllla and attar using two bottles he wm
completely cured, tie was also gratified
to And that Hood's Barsaparllla relieved
blm of a roughness of tho skin with
whlok he had boon troubled from child,
hoed." Mm. John A mums, Pemblna.N.D.
N. B. It you decide to take Hood 'a Bar'
MBarilia do not be Induced to h"-
HOOU S parllla
The Bcst-ln fact tho One True Blood Purifier.
Hold by all druggists. ii six for $5.
u.t rsiii are tasteless, mlld.ciTeo
ilOOa'8 PHIS tlve. All druggists. Ma
w. l. McMillan.
One roar 1100
PUHUSIIKD PVKIIY FItlDAY
Bntorod at tbo pout office at Rod Cloud, Nob, as
second class mall matter.
,' The lied Cloud, Neb., CHIEF,
weekly, is credited with llic largest
circulation accorded to any paper in
lied Cloud or in Webster county or
in the Fifth Congressional District,
Printer's Ink, July 23, 18V7.
1 licroby aunounco mysolf :is n can
diriato for tho noiniimtlon of sliuriir
of Wolifitcr county, Nolir., subject to
tlio decision of the republican county
Julian G. Sait.
1 lioroby announco myself as ncamli
(into for the nomination of slinrilT of
Wcbstor county, Nebraska, subject to
tho decision nf the republican county
convention. A. T. Vai.ki:h.
I lioroby announce mysolf n a candi
date for the nomination of sheriff of
Wobstcr count), Nebraska, subject to
tbo decision of tho republican county
1 horoby announce mysolf as candi
date for tho nomination of shot-ill of
Wobstor county, Nebraska, subject to
tho decision of tbo republican county
John Davis raised 40 bushels of oats
por acre on old land.
Jack Roid of Rod Cloud is building a
barn for C. Arbuoklo.
Obai. Davis sold 200 bushols of
wheat at 05 contaper bushel.
Mrs. John Boardsloy is sick and Dr.
fcloranville is in attendance.
Threshing is tho order of the day
Al. Slaby was threshing in this locality
Daniol Norris sold fivo hundred dol
lars worth of early poaches for $1.25
Earnest Haskins has purchased a
now mowing machine and Johr. Cor
bitt has a now wagon.
One of our Missouri settlers says the
first settlement of English blood mado
In that stato was in 1810 near Franklin,
The llttlo two-vcnr-old daughter of
Douglas Davis died last Monda and
two more children are sick, little Lot
tie and Harry Coats.
Mr. Carpenter is repairing the
P.easant Dale school Iioibo. Ho still
baa 100 head of tho said-to-be-diseased
cattle iu his pasture yet.
llov. Jas. Haven of Highland de
livered an able sermon last Sunday
morning at Mt. Hopo and will bo on
hand again in two wcoks.
School will commence at Mt. Hopo
and Pleasant Dale tho first Monday in
Beptombor. Miss Bold will superintend
tbo Pleasant Dale school.
Mr. Shannon will commenco his
third tcrju in tho Hoardsley school
district next Monday. Ho proves to be
a vory successful teacher.
Messrs Stevens. Fruit nnd Scrivner.
who wont north to And work in tho
grain fields aro holding on woll and
would like to hire hands to gather
Rev. Finch, of Esbou, the now pastor
of tho Mt. Hopo olass delivered an
extra good sermon last Sunday night
and will bo on hand regularly every
two wcoks from now on.
Poor old Missouri, just think of it.
Tho only confederate flag which
waved at Springliold at tho recent re
union of the blue nud tbo gray wns
carried by an old Prcsbyteriau preach
er who did not realize that the win
The gieal by word for the pops for
tlio last 8ix month has been, "now
Dr. Price's Cream Baking PowUci
WorWs Pair Highest Award.
whore does your prosperity cotno in."
L ilely they have kept still and have
coinmunced building valuable; houses
a ul barns. Something they never at
ti'iuptcd during their last four years
Mr. Green of Red Cloud, formerly of
Cora, Kansas, is now agent for tbo
Siarko Bros., nursory which is located
at Louisiana, Missouri. Ho was in
tlicsn parts taking orders this week and
says men that hnvo been hero for years
and novcr sot out n trco aro now mak
ing 925 orders under tho prospect of its
being more seasonablo and times bet-t-r
A (lying populists request: "Say to
to tho other boys that I will never bo
with them at thoir meetings again, but
that I died n middloof-thoroad-pop.
I hppn J ' ...... iui ine
wrongs I hnvo done I hoped that n
change might havo been brought
about nnd allot us havo had n whack
at tho offices which wo had no show
for with tho two main old parties."
MAILING A LETTER.
Just think what
Undo Sam will
do for two cents!
Ho will tako n
1 o 1 1 o r safely
across this conti
n i) n t, o v o r
gorges, nnd do
livor it to tho
door with dispatch nnd safety. And
all this is dono for two cents. Client
may consult lawyer, minister coiuolc
parishioner, toachor ndviso scholar,
doctor instruct patient, whilo tbo
width of a continent is botweon them.
With tho quickness of thought, and
nbsoluto secrecy, each missive is con
vcyed. Hundreds of letters containing ad
vico for patients living in all parts of
tbo United States aro going out ovory
day from tho ofliecs of Dr. Hnrtman.
Perhaps it is n mother in California.
or a wife in Floridn. or !i slstm. in
Maino, who wishes to consult blm .min
some detail of their treatment. Undo
Sam delivers tho letter for two p..mu
nnd again tbo answer, for tho insig
nificant sum of two cents. This frnn
correspondence is carried on bv Dr.
Ilarliunn by the aid of a corns of dno.
tors, clerks and stenographers. Evory
letter strictly confidential and dictated
especially for each patient. All
women sulToiliig from any form of
fenialn dlseaso should consult tho doc
tor at onco. Mrs. A. J. Hull, Leona,
Kan., writes: "My trouble was female
complaint, nnd I thank vmi n Mim,ann.i
times for curing me." Po-ru-na cured
thij woman, nnd will euro tho
thousands of othors who nr mifTnrinn-
liko her. Send for Dr. Hni-imnna -,
book, written oxnrosslv fnr wnmo
only. Address Tho Poru-nu Drug
Manufacturing Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Notioo to Teachers.
Notico is hereby civon that I will .
amino all persons who may desire to
offer themselves as candidates for
teachers of tho public schools of this
county, at Red Cloud on tho third Sat
urday of each month.
Tho standing desired for 2d and 8d
grade certificate is tlio same no grade
bolow 70 por cont., nvorage 80 per cent;
for first grade certificate no grado be
low 80 por cent., nvcraco 1)0 nr .nt in
all branches required by law.
D. M. Huntkk, County Supt.
To Cure Constipation Forever.
..TaUoCaHcarots Candv Cathartic, lOo orS5c
If C. C. C. fall to euro, druggists refund money.
The ubc of the surgeon's knife Is be-
COmincr SO creneral. rmiHUiY f-.tf.11-
ln auch a large number of cases, as to
occasion general alarm.
Mr. William Walpole.of Walshtown,
South Dakota, writes; ."About
three yeara ago, there came under
my left eye a little blotch about the
site of a small pea.
It grew rapidly, and
In every direction.
I became alarmed
and consulted a
good doctor, who
oronounced It can.
,cer,andaaid that It
must be cut out.
This I would not
consent to, having
indiscriminate use of the knife. Read
ing of the many cures made by 8. 8.
8 I determined to give that medicine
a trial, and after I had taken it a few
days, the cancer became Irritated and
began to discharge. This after awhile
. " iuiic iuu in iuc
ceased, leaving a small scab, which
finally dropped off, and only a healthy
little acar remained to mark the place
where the destroyer had held full away.
A Real Blood Remedy
VMMl IB lift ftft.W W.WU UMU IV U'
toexpect an operation to cure it. 8,8,3.
guaranteed purely vegetable) Is a real
.....a. fa 1 v. 41n 1.1 fi . Jk ll ! f11
vrgiiaoit) is a real
rcmcuy ior every
disease of the blood.
IJooks mailed free;
address bwift Snc
clfic Co., Atlanta,
feels an i n d c -scribablc
of the pain and
ant upon the
most critical pe
riod of her life.
mother should be
a source of joy
to all, but the
all ffrr! tier nnrl
danger of the ordeal make
its anticipation one of misery.
is the remedy which relieves
women of the great pain and suf
fering incident to maternity; this
hour which is dreaded as woman's
severest trial is not only made
painless, but all the danger is re
moved by its use. Those who use
this remedv arc no nnnor r?..
spondent or gloomy; nervousness
nausea and other distressing con
ditions arc avoided, the system is
made ready for the coming event,
and the serious accidents sn mm.
mon to the critical Hour are
obviated by the use of Mother's
Friend. It is a blessing to woman.
kJl.OOPERBOTTLE at oil Drutr Stores,
or aont by oxpross on roooipt of prlco.
BOOKS ContalnlnR Invaluable Information of
rc ntcrot n'l women, will bo sent
rntc to any address, upon application, by
The BBIUFIILD BKGCUTOB CO., itlaaU, Ga.
County Nominating Convention.
Tho timo has not boon set as yet for
tho republican county convention for
the placing in nomination of county of
ficers, but it will probably bo held
about tho middle or Inst part of Sep
tembor. It Is to be hoped that tho
committeemen from each precinct will
tako interest enough to hand in an
nouncomont of caucus or primary so
that our readers will have a chance to
know whon tho meetings aro to be
held. Tho timo for holding tho caucus
in tho first nnd second wards to select
delegates for last Saturday's conven
tion woro not printed in this papor for
tho simple reason that they wore not
handed in and therefore wo had no
authority to print them. Thorn wnr
numerous persons who know nothiug
in me meetings until alter they wore
over. Tlio committeemen who nllows
petty dislikes to keep him from having
the notice planted in this paper should
resign. Ho will find that there nrn lots
of men to tako his place.
It is always gratifying to rccoivo tes
timonials for Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
when tho endorsement is from a physi
cian it is especially so. "There is no
more satisfactory or effective romedv
than Cbamborlain's Colic. Cholnrn
and Ditrrhcoa Remedy," writes Dr. R.
E. Robey, physician and pharmacist.
of Olnoy, Mo.; and as ho has ustd tho
Remedy in his own family and sold It
in uis tirug store for s x voars. he
should certainly know. For sale by H.
E. brico, Druggist.
No man or womtiu can enjov life or
accomplish much in this world whilo
suffering from u torpid livor. Do-
Witt's Littlo Early Risers, tho pills
that cleanse that organ, nulcklv. C.
E. A. Terrill was hero Monday hunt
iug hands to shell corn.
Walter Cox wont to McCook Monday
after u week's visit with friends.
Mrs. Garberof McCook and Mrs. L.
P. Albright and Miss Delia Mecks of
ltt'd Cloud were guests of Mrs. 1.
Miss Hattio Mills of Bluo Hill was
visiting Besslo Cockrell last week.
Johnson & Burr of Juniata woro buy
ing cattle hero tho first of the week.
Tho Misses Godwin. Moushnnu: nnd
Edsou attended church hero Sunday
Mrs. Emma Baker of West Branch,
Iowa, and Mrs. Henry Diedrieh of Rod
Cloud were visiting thoir undo G. W.
Tho Amboy Milling Co., shipped a
enr load of stock Tuesday.
1 m 9
"Lot mo give you a pointer," said M
F. Gregg, a popular conductor
on tho Missouri Pacific railroad.
"Do you know that Chamborluln's
Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhtua Remedy
cures you when you havo tho stomach
achet Wtll, it doos." And after giv
ing this friendly bit of advice, I ho
Jolly conductor passed on down tho
isle. It is a fact that thousands of
railroad and traveling men nover tako
a nip witnout n bottle of this remedy,
which is inn best euro for bnwnl IIn
ordors in tho world. Qs n.l Krn,i
ir nnivm iiin.
bottles for sale bv ll. v.. f:,-t n" .
- -- --. UWi W UK'
If you havo ever seen a IUiIa nliii.i I
a paruxyMii of whooping cough, or if
you hnvo been annoyed by u constant
tickling in thothioat, you can appro
date tho value of Ono Mluutn rsmoli
i a f siTm
Cure, which gives quick relief. (.',
A Grand Opportunity.
There are today thousands of young
people on the farms and in the villages
who nro tied down by lack of educa
tion to work they heartily dislike. Arc
you one of them, my friend? If so,
the Grand Island Business & Normal
College can put you on tho road to
success if you aro ambitious nnd will
ing to study. It makes no difference
how backward you aro if you aro
pluoky and moan business. Wo tonch
everything necessary for a successful
start in life If you aro short of monoy
wo will accept n good noto without
interest for tuition, or if necessary we
will furnish everything tuition, board
and books, nnd give you timo to gradu
ate and pay for samo afterwards. Bus-
iiVSH.MiM iiii. j ou-.,lqnH ..
Board S1.C0 per week. Established 12
years. College Record sent frco or
catuloguo for six cents In stamps.
This is your chanco of a lifetime. Will
you let It slip by? Address,
A. M. Hahgis, President,
Grand Island, Nebr.
In 1802, when I served mv countrv iir
a private in Comoanv A. Nttth IVnn.
sylvania Volunteers. I contracted
chronic diarrhoea. It has given mo a
great deal of trouble over sinco. I
hnvo tried a dozon different medicines
and several prominent doctors without
any permanent relief. Not long ago a
friend sent mo a sample bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd
Diarrhoea Remedy, and after that I
bought and took n C0-cent bottle, and
now I enn say that I am entirely cured.
I cannot bo thankful anough to you
for this great remedy, aud iccommend
it to all sufferiug veterans. If in doubt
write mo. Votirs gratefully, Hi:nuv
Stkiniikkoek, Alleutowu, Pa. Sold by
H. E. ice, Druggist. Druggist.
Tho Now Exoursion Rates.
On Septembor 7th, tho Missouri,
Kansas & Texas railroad will offer
extra inducements for parties desiring
to visit Texas and witness the uiiiire-
cedentcd crops harvested and nm.
turing In that section. Sec for your
self tho products and tnkn mnlv nil
vnutago of location for settlement.
Cheap lauds, fine water and healthful
climate, every inducement offered to
settlers, nt the present time, to derive
the benefits on au investment.
For further information, apply to
tho nearest local ticket agent or ad
dress G. A. McNutt, 1041 Union Ave..
2,500 head of steers, ages as follows:
1,000 head ono year old.
1,000 head two year old.
500 head three years old.
All of said steers aro well bred.
highly graded with Shorthorn and
Hereford can sell on easy terms.
O. L. Tiiislkb,
One hundred and sixtv acres of un-
improved land, four miles northwest
of Red Cloud,Nebr. Terms cash. Ap.
ply to, Mrs. James Kirkwood, Fair
There is a Class of People
Who are Injured by the use of coffee. Recently
there has been placed In all the grocery stores a
new preparation called GHAINO. made of pure
grains, that takes the place of coffee. The
most delicate stomach receives It without dis
tress, and but few can tell It from coffee, It
does not cost over one-fourth as much. Chil
dren may drink It with great benefit. 15c and
250 per package. Try it. Ask forOKAIK-O.
Capt. Jas. A. Duffey,
OF TOLEDO, OHIO.
ThaQrsat Railway Datactlva Tails What Dr.
Mllss' Remtdlsa Hav Dona
For Hlmsslf and Wife.
ETECTIVE work requlrM constant
vigilance, atcaay nerrM. a clear
tiAttri nnrl nnHvA hrnln "A vinl fttrn '
writes Oapt. Duffey, of 031 Orchard St., Tolo-
in niilrb T nvn.vn.biu1 tnvantf. ' Wfta In
such a condition sleep was impossible. I was
so norvous t couia no
He In bed) my arms
and limbs twitched
and my systemseemed
I began using Dr.
Miles' Nervine and ths
fourth bottle restored
heart disease, bad tried every remedy with
out avail until she took Dr. Miles' Nsw
uon uuro mo .
Heart Cure two years ago. For the post
year she has been free from the trouble."
.D.r- M,l' "!l " ?!
gUts under a positiro guarantee, first bottle
hnHantaim mnnnw fat tl nil Hit. Inil& ftn II Gift
UVUOIIVa Vf HIUHU ' www. w-
and Nerves sent f roo to all applicants.
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Iud.
mm V tVSBBWt
BSK at .'flalfafj
Tl tjUKtS hTkTaiC tttitTAIlb. MM
Si llont Cough byrup. Tbkics Oooil. Use Rl
IT1 In t Iui... Until lit ilruuuliti. P1
To California Comfortably.
Every Thursday afternoon, a tourl.-t
sleeping ear for S.ill Lako City, San
Francisco and Los Angeles leaves
Omaha and Lincoln via the Ilurlingtou
Hotite. It is carpeted, upholstered in
rattan, lias spring seats nud backs and
is provided with curtains, bedding,
towels, soup, etc. An experienced ex
cursion conductor and a uniformed
Pullman porter accompany it through
to tho Pacific coast. Whilo noither so
expensively liuished nor so tine to look
at as tho palaco sleeper, it is just us
good to ride in. Second class tickets
aro acoopted for passage and tho price
of a berth, wide enough and bigcuough
for two, is only IG. For foulder giving
full particulars, call at neurest bur-lina-to
Mokot oflleo, or wrltfl to J.
Francis, G. P. A., burllngton ltotito,
8100 Howard 8100.
Tho readers of this paiier will ho
pleased to learn that thcro is nt least
ono droaded dlseaso that science lias
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is tho only positive euro now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires
a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Curo Is taken Intornnlly, noting
directly upon tlio blood and mticntm .
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the loununiion oi mo disease, and giv
ing the patient strength by building up
tho constitution and assisting nature
in doing Its work. Tho proprietors
have so much faith in its curative
powers, that they oiler one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHENEY, Tolc do, O.
Sold by druggists, Tfie.
Hall's Family 'ills aro the best.
Kclticuto Your llomroi,, wliTi CuHrurats.
io?"-y iS nhrMc; ?.ur? cnrllPatlon forever.
10c, ic. If C. C. O. fall. druRRlstN refund money.
from U.S 'Journal lMMn
rroi. w. b. reeke, who
makes a specialty of
Kptlepsy, has without
ooubt treated and cur.
ed morn cases thnn nny
living- Physician; hlJ
success is astonishing;
Ve havo heard of cases
Ffc curod by
tie of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers
who may send their P. O.and Express address.
ii .AV .?.ny-one wishing n curo to nddrcss
(nCW. K. rZEXE, 7, D 4 Cedar St, Hew Tor
ALWAYS ON TAP.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Crown 1 Bridge Work or Teeth Without Plates.
And all the latest Improvement In dental mech
ana Mwunts ui our,
VTr rjls to Smtor Oroy
Cwh Kslp diMMH Jinl flUnf.
mrnrtA Aiocrrc s
. Eipcnenre not neff ssary. 1 or prices and uar
UiuUrs write lbs Manufacturers,
wcaTKKJi iwmiiT ra, nt. riala, II.
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EST11AY TAKEN I'P.
Tnktii upHiid now held by the undersigned
at his plncu of residence In the tlrst ward Iu lliu
ell) of Hud Cloml, Nebraska, oiiu black sow
nb i onoit'ii old; slit liirlghiearnnd crippled
liillitht hind foot Owner can hao same by
i oi. pi) lug with lnr In such cases.
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
WMNER BUFFET SLEEPERS
KATY CHAIR CARS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
13 ft M. H.Y
11ED CLOUD, NEBR.
ST. J.OVIS and
all points east and
SALT LAKE C'Y
and all points
TIIAtN'K I.KAVR Ag rOLLOUTy;
No. fiS. PrclKht, dally cicctit Sunday
for Wj more nnd nil point cast 8:0()a.m.
No. 16. I'a'KeiiKcr. dally for St. Joe.
Kniifna City. Atchison, 8t.
Louts and All points cast nud
No. 143. Accomnirlnlm","7lMiyTcj"t ' ' '
liiiuny. iiHKiniitB, urami is
land. Illnck Illljs mid all
points In tho northwest .. 1 :2f, n tn
141. Accommodation, dnlly except '
.Sunday, Oberllu, Katihn nnd
intermediate Mntlons, via Jte
ntibllriui 12:0rn m
61. Freight, dally, Wymoro and '
.St. Joe nnd Intcrmedlato
Junction points-. .ia:ioii m
ra. FretRiit, dally for Itepubllciin "u,,m'
Orlcnns, Oxford and all points
west 10:.10a in
15. 1'aKnciiKer. dally. Denver, all ' '
iiuiiiiniiiuiuracio, uiatl mid
'nllfornla ......... 8M0p in
SIcciiIiib. dining, and reclining chair carh"'
(fcnts free) on throiiKh trains. Tickets sold nnd
(BRgaKU checked to nny point In tho United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tickets
cnll on or uddrcss A. Conovcr, Agent. Hed
Cloud, ebr. or J. Frnncls. General Passenger
Agent Omaha. Nebraska. 6
All parties Interested aro hereby notified that
upon Ihe 4th day of (sovember. A. D. 1895. Pet
tlbone A Nixon purchased at public tax sale
at the court hotiso In Hed Cloud. Nebraska, the
following described property situated in Wnh.
stcr county. Nebraska, belonging to and taxed
In the names affixed as shown by the counti
records of said county for the years IBM inS
and 1896. as set forth In this notlH nSumi
for redemption of said property from lion of
n.oIfY.aiae0J3.9meO.W"e! by In Ihe
of8uei,adC.dbr Rnd l"'"
of8Peieri!Mar!de0nW"ed b7 " teXD1 ,n he
8K!4 20 Ml owned by 8mlth Bros Ln.n
Tnmcompanyand taxe'd In thS name olpitfr
NWiliM.ll.ownel by Meigs H. Wliaples and
taxed in tho name of Peter Slarsdcn.
, WJl aVli 3.M1. ow,,cd by Smith Bros Loan
ftS?SaSn,.,V anJ ttXCi '" "" -moo?
Ntt'll ft.'l.m ,,..! I... It m
taxed in the name of Harrison Hundei;n '""
aion juam.ownea by and taxed In tho
name of Fred I.. Olmstcnd. e
W SWls 3D 2-10. owned hr nnrl .-.. i.. ....
namo of Fred I.. Olmstenii. u '" ,uu
Witness our hand this 21th day of July ibo?
"' " 'Aun. i-iirciiaserH.
Notice Is hereby given that tinder aud by vir.
ine of an order ofsa o Issued from T the ofUc i of
Jaini'H Ilurden. clerk of tho Dlsirlct cwt nt
the Tenth Judicial District, wlthl, and til
Webner county, Nebraska, upon n decree in V,
auTilug J W ffuiilfSrsir; 7?,.. f J1, f 'S"iT-
aiicy. inrx liros. Jollot Strowbrldmi ro
Washburn A Mocu Jlanufucturinc ffin...:1
(jeo. a Yelsar, II. O. Hungeror I? J. I 'ffiu
Iluggy Company Perry .MnmifaMii I hb Com.
panv, Oeo. t. (In I fnnf, Oil llforVl 2irl
of (feo. I,, (luliiford. n't namo unk o,?n Dv
Dickey, Dickey his wife. Ilr"t name u
known, defendant,! shall offer for saloat i ifihiin
vendue, lo llio hU-hcst bidder fSr cash In
hand, nt tho oast door of the court
home, at Hed fond. In said Wcbslei rofintf
Nebraska, (that being the building wlcrel ife
Inst torm of said court was holdeii) on tho am
day or August, A. D 1HV7, at S o'clock n m nf
jaft day, the following described Tro&rty' to
The north east quarter of section nlno ro in
township two (31 north, range eleven mi.?
or the 8th P. If. (n Webster cSuntrl Nebraska '
Olvon under mr hun.i n.i. r!,' .;VL"'Viu:
A.D.18W. "" u"' " "'.
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ATTOltNEY ind COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Special attention to Commercial and
RKD CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Notice Is hereby given that any person orner.
sous who shall violate sections co and 1 01 orPth
complied statutes of Nebraska ChamerS Sliil 1
1. will be prosecuted to the full tenr th?
Said sections are ai follows: fionir... ,
DeaUi of Animals i That It will be tlw "nS
thA nwimr nf siwlnn nr nth, .V.' uu OI
dying from cholera 'or ether dUeXs'wffh,1,!
twenty-four hours after thir h.vS .' whln
the carcass of such aatmals to be iuitahii.?.Vt
or burned on the premises owSed orocCUort
by such person. "rotcupicd
Section 61. Penalty: Iftheownerof any swlni.
or other domestic animals dying f rom cnolcwn?
other diseases or any other person , Jii.ii i?or
dliose of tho carcass of suefc sVnl'L" or
domc.tlo animals to any Mrson fo7th nM?iUer
nf imlilifrtiirlni !, .i J '." ,or "8 Purpose
' lug the same ii,tb"lard or Af ow Vu?fll!2,der'
If any person shall buy or otherwise ifnu'i,,.ior
carcass of any swliin..Si..:..'wJ!e..0Dl Hie
d)ing from cholera or o , dlseaia t'l ',m,lU
facturlng purposes as sforVsilu!"? nnv . -
I giKcjjon all lufmctlon, nf the law ,0 jj. B.
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