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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 15, 107.
Fro in Calliornia. I
Sax i a Ana, Oil , Sopt JO, M7. '
Kditoii Ciiii.k Thinking you would
like to hear from this part of the conn
try I will writo you n few linos.
It is dry lujio yet and has been hot
for ncarlya wock gutting us high as 1)7
for about an hour tliuu dropping to 60
thru ranging front GO to 78. All these
hot weather storms hnvu been In wight
vor thu mountains to tho cast where
f nights plenty of lightning may ho
scon anil sometimes tho distant rumble
f thunder may ho hoard.
It would ho too groat a task tolinagluu
tho dllloront kinds of crops ho 1 will
only give an outline. Crops of all
kinds have boon good oxcopt piuiiua,
apples and peanuts. This Is not con
sidered an upplo country and peanuts
huvo boon hurt by tho rod spider. Wal
nuts, which are just beginning to drop,
Is not as largo a crop as some years
but of au exeellent quality. Unrluy
was a heavy crop and prices good.
There is not much wheat raised this
loso to tho ocean on account of rust,
Vit what wo have to soli is going at a
good piico regardless of tho price of
Tliaro aro lots of now buildings being
built and other signs of prospeiity.
Fourth of .July in our neighboring
town Mryun opened his speech with
these words, "Whom is your pios
purity r" I would answer that thero is
none so blind as those who will not
see, hut surely woaio not indebted to
such as ho for any prosperity wo may
have. Duller is 21! eta per lb, eggsiil
ctspcrdoi, barley 00 cts per 100 lbs,
potatoes 50 cts, corn 75 cts, chickens
3.00 to 81 00 per do., dried poaches 0
euts, apricots 6 cents, hogs $3,120. 1
picked 10,000 pounds of English wal
nuts for ono man last year in au
orchard of less than twelve acres. Ho
is only a small grower of nuts. I got
8000 pounds of dried peaches olT of 250
trees. Wo had an orango cling peach
that measured 11 inches around. Wo
men laborers get from $1.25 to $1.50
per day. Wo pay from $1.15 to $1.10
per sack for Hour, 1 cent per pound for
good i ipo ft uit, hay sells at $5 per ton,
pumpkins and beets for feed at $2.00
per ton. Ordinary school teachers gel
$75 per month. Good hoard in private
families may be had at $2.50 pur week.
To those who lovo to lish or hunt 1
would say thero is plenty of lish and
small game and tho climate is such
that you need not fear a storm at this
time of tho year. Ono Is not obliged
to hare u lantern as almost any night
a lighted lamp or candle my bo carried
in tho open air. Camper nro not
obliged to have tents but often lie
down just like cattle, oxenpt a blanket,
as tho nights aro cool. Tho raising of
sugar beets is qulto au industry hero
and Houui tested as high as 24 per cent
aweet. Wo have nine months of pub
lic school each year. Tho raising of
eelery Is getting to bo one of our proll
tnblo industries. There will bo over
1)00 car loads shipped from this stalian
this wilder. Several now oil wells
baVH been struck hero in tho last year.
Yours as over,
Wo live in a country of which tho
principal scourgo is stomach (rouble,
It Is more wide-spread than any
tfther disease, und, very nearly, more
Ono thing that makes it sodtingeions
is that it is so littlo understood.
If it wero better understood, it would
he less fcaretl, more easily cured, les
universal than it Is now.
So, thoso who wish to bo cured, take
Shakor Digostivo Cordial, because it
goes to tho root of tho trouble as no
other medicine does. Tho pum, harm
less, curative herbs and plants, of
which it is composed, tiro what render
itsoceitaln ami, at tho same imp, .mi
gentle a euro.
It helps and .stipugtheiisthestoniach,
purilies and tones up tho system.
Sold by dtuggists, price 10 cents to
$1.00 per bottle.
The went hi r Is cooler.
John Coon is on tho sick list.
W. Ii. James will commence husking
corn for A. 11. Spracher Monday.
Mrs. Win. Isom is visiting in Kansas
City this week.
Mrs. 1). II. Robinson and ohildteu te
turned from PlattU county Monday.
Our bland -ow minister delivered
his ihst burmon Sunday.
A fow Eckloyitus attended tho fair ivt
W. II. Isom spent last week with the
J, K. Cto.iet' may be seen nowdays
with acorn broad grin on his face aud
if n.sl:od tho price of wheat or nny
other question, ho will say it was a girl
which nrrived nt Ids house last week.
Mr. itud Mrs. Parker cf Otoe county
Who have heon visiting friends hero
started homo last Monday.
J, Hrytm recolved H3J per cent of
tho gate recoiptd at thu .stale fair at
Wiuhitii for his sjiucch Friday after
noon. Thu stun was two thouaaiitl. In
tho evenine; ho .spoko on binietallisni
in tho opera hoiibo ami rucolvctl 10()
more for that effort. The editor of
this paper would glttdly lime done tho
work for half tho inouoy. J.obiuiun
ltrstore full, rrtMiInr nrtloa Mafe ill
o( the troweli, do not Irrl- L, I I I O
Into or Inlliunc, but leave W 111 9
alt the dellciito (IIrcMIvh i.r- " "
RAtilmn In etfcl rnnillllim. Try tluin. V crntfc
1'reparrtl only liy O. I. Howl A Co, Jewell, Mai
Whom, Oil, where, Is tho banner?
Mrs Daiisinussen was a very pleas'
ant cidlor In tho 7th room Tuesday.
It is meat that a Cook should roust
sometimes, but it is Jnot meet that a
Cook should mast all tho time.
Judging from souioof tliulruviiig8
on tho board tho hotaiiy class aro ro
celvlng somo Instructions In photog
raphy along with their other work.
Wo aro sorry to lose ono of our best
students and favorite classmate, Miss
Ellon Heifer, who goes to Hebron.
She was a member of tho 11th grade.
Somo of tho extra seats wero re
moved from the 7th room Monday and
tho recitation seats substituted. They
aro not exactly au ornament, but aro
far more convenient tor recitation.
The. seniors entertained tho school
Tuesday by singiug some of the late
songs. Tho juniors aro going to re
turn tho compliment, that is their
share of tho compliment, some of
Professor Ciossinau of Douiiu col
lege, Crete, visited in tho 0th and 7th
rooms Thursday. He treated tho pu
pils to an excellent half hour lecture
upon tho value and Impoitauco of an
education. It is an old, time worn
subject, but ho pmseitted It lu new
and st liking llgures.
Tho Physics class aro having somo
very interesting experiments which
will in all probability continue for
some time. Very often as a result of
some of them thero Is quito a noise.
Some of our delicate damsels who aro
apparently of a very delicate temper
ament give vent to their feelings by
uucarlily shrieks, which go echoing
and rosounding over the room
like tho shrill whlstlo of a steam
engine utllleted with a severe attack of
phthisic. Of course we like to seo
people interested, but wo could appre
ciate thoir Interest by loss demonstra
Look for the facts demonstrated by
experience. Thousands and thousands
of people stilleriug from the effects of
impure blood have been cured by
Hood's Pills act easily and promptly
on tho liver and bowels. Curo sick
Tho board of commissioners mot ou
Thursday, October 14, all inoinbors
I ho hoard entered Into n contract,
with U. W. Copolnn, for the rent of
tho poor house and farm for the year
toi minuting March 1, 18t)y, which was
signed aud ordered tiled in the clerk's
Communication from county clerk
of Nuckolls county asking tho board
to liuihl u brldgo on the county Hue
ou tho east half of section 12, town 1,
range !, in Webster county, Nebraska,
asking tho county to either build said
bridge or order them to build said
bridge aud each county to pay Its half
of suld bridge. W. H. Itykor was au
thori.ed mid empowered to confer
with tho commissioners of Nuckolls
county and proceed to have mild
Palmer it Brown unnoarod mid rei-
resented to tho board that they had
completed tho contract for tho build
ing of tho poor house on the poor farm
ami asked the board to accept said
building. After tho viowiu and in
spection of tho bulldliiK by tho board
it is the opinion of tho board that said
parties liavo complied with the con
tract and agreement outctcd into bo
tweeti naid lirowu ,t Palmer and the
county, and it is heieby ordered by
uio iioaru wiattno imiuiiiiik lie accept
ed by the county. Claim of Palmer
.V Hi own for balance due on contract
ot'$ii.1(l was allowed and clerk ordered
to tiraw warrant on poor house fund
in payment ol same,
minniii un-KMiii, agent lor i.ouis
Hrowiu'll, appeared and ottered to let
tho county have a strip of laud oir of
the n'j of tho ne', section Mil in
Ited Cloud precinct lor road purposes
as follows to wit ; CoininenciiiL' at tho
uort lieast corner ot .section 2, town 2,'
range 11, and running t bunco west
along tho section lino 7.VI links thenco
in a southwesterly diicction about 75
feet; thence noith of west about 00
tods to intercept with tho section line.
Said Ulekson agrees to accept as dam
ages for said mad tho sum of foO
Alter due consideration It was ordered
by tho board that, tho county pay to
tho said Louis llrowuell the sum of
I.'O for said right of way and tho cleric
was ordered to draw warrant on road
t unci lu payment of said damages.
J 11. Kellogg appeared and repro
houieu to mo ooani unit no was us
so.ssed for tho year 1887 in Red Cloud
city on n stoek of drugs that ho did
not own at tho tlmo said assessment
was made. That said goods wero as
si'ssed nt $1,000, the sumo being an er
roneous assessment and asked tho
board to strike said taxes oil" tho tax
list as an erroneous assossmont Aftor
duo consideration and it appearing to
tho board that tho same is an erron
eous assessment, It was ordored that
tho county treasurer strike wild taxes
on uio tax list as erroneous assess
Hero's to youi ocd health I Uts
"Hcononiy Honnset Cordial." C. .
I3l'llt.J "!,? .,
"t- i 'tHPaiiitc Uatti.iriii tho iiiimi vw t,
llCVJ ll lliwiu"ll llj"r. i ti C l,i, uifei i , !
ir ' .u. il n'(rtluiifr to tin- i tu ( i cii'U
.it t imitiitvely on Idlings. In 1 1 mui ii.,r.
I'l'-nntniv th ciittra yatMi), ctiipri nt
en: . ii. i.iuoiit', isvor. hahluj.ii cfniHi'.a .ti
and lii.iiiiinpas, l'letuM hay ami tr ii im
ofC I" V to iiuv; 10, ,( ikhik Mn'-uud
gunru a 'n ( ur by nil drujfibls
Kiluram Ynnr llouiis AVHh Cimi-nrris
lOc.eflp. Iff (J p fall, ilrugRUtarifunil money.
Pri'iching at 10 30 a.m , and i'
p in. by the psn'tir.
Sunday school at 11:80.
Junior League at I p.m.
Senior League at 7:15 p.m.
Chapel Sunday school at !) p.m.
.'reaching at Amboy at 11.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday even
ing. Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
You tiro earnestly Invited to make
your church home with us.
Ki:v. J. M. Dauiiv, Pastor
CUIUS MAX CIUM'.UI.
The regular services will bo msuined
on Oct. 17th.
Morning, "The Creature's Expecta
tion." Evening, "How to liecoine a Christ
ian." Chart Sermon.
Eleven new members cast their lot
with ours during the 'special meetings.
Tho pastor will preach at tho Amack
school house at 1 p.m. next Lord's day.
L. A. HussoNd, Pastor.
Sunday School atll'-tn.
Junior Society at -1 p. m.
Y. P. S. C.E.at7p. in.
Tetter, Salt-Ithcum and Eczema,
The intense itching and smarting inci
dent to these diseases is Instantly alhi ved
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles aud
n favorite remedy for soro nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Catly's Condition Ponders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not fod but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 2'
cents per package.
Ono hundred and sixty acres of-tin
improved land, four miles norlhwc.t
of lied Cloud, Nobr. Terms cash. J A p
ply to, Mus. Jamks Kiiikwood, Fail
Here is a case of inherited blood taint
which reiulted in what threatened to be
a complete wreck of an innocent young
life. The most aerions feature of being
afflicted with a blood disease is the fact
that innocent posterity must suffer. The
man or woman with the slightest taint
in the blood forces the undesirable leg
acy of impurity upon their children
whose veins flow with the Impure inher
itance which handicaps them in the race
No child who has a trace of bad blood
can be healthy or strong, and those pre
disposed to Scrofula are liable to a great
deal of sickness, because their constitu
tions are weak and cannot withstand the
many dangers which beset the path of
chtlunood. Medical statistics snow mat
a majority of lung tronbles result directly
from Scrofula, so that a child afflicted
with this disease is likely to fall a vic
tim to dreaded consumption.
Mr. W. A. Clayton, of Addle, N. C,
believes S.S.S. i the only blood remedy
which can have any effect whatever
upon obstinate cases. He says :
" My three-year-old boy had the worst
case of Scrofula I ever heard of. He
was given many blood remedies without
relief, aud treated by the best doctors,
lie seemed to net worse all the while.
however, and the disease finally resulted
in curvature of the spine, making him
"The bad sores on his neck increased
in size, aud were a source of constant
pain. He was in this pitiful condition
for two vears. when some one recom
mended H.S.S.,ntatiug that it had cured
some of the worst cases of blood diseases.
As soon as his system was under the ef
fect of the medicine, the sores began to
get better, and in eight days, were com
pletely healed. Before long he could
waiic on crutches, anil was improving
every dsy. In three months he threw
aside his crutches, for he had no further
use for them ; the dreadful disease had
been eliminated entirely from his sys
tem, and he was restored to perfect
health. The cure was a permanent one,
as no sign of the disease has returned
for ten years."
S.S.S. is n real blood remedy, and
promptly reaches all deep-beatcd and
obstinate blood diseases, it matters not
what other treatment has failed. It is
the only remedy which acts on the cor
rect principle ot forcing the disease from
the sybtem and getting rid of it perma
nently. S. fc. S. is a sure cure for Scrofula,
Cancer, Catarrh, Eczema, Rheumatism,
Tetter, and all other blood diseases. It is
and is the only remedy guaranteed to
contain no potash, mercury or other
Books on blood and skin diseases will
be mailed free to any address by the Swift
Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
I There Is a Class of People
Who me Injured by the ueof collee Itcienti)
I there )jnn l,i en plnml In nil II eRrmery,More h
iii i-ii-i'urntidii iftlletl OK MX o. nmdonf (itirc
KihIu. 'Hint tnken tlio lure of lolfie. The
innt dcllcntu tnrnHch rmhei- it without iln
Ut; nml In 1 1 few rati tell It from roirce. It
iloc notcoM ocr oiiu fotuth n much, dill
dreh mny drink It with great licnellt. IT1 iiih!
riopcrpHfjknije. Try It. MV forHHAIN (.
ni ' 'ii ' -
What Do the Children Drink.
Don't rItc tlietn ten or coirce. IUe )outrli'il
lliu nw food ilrluk culled (lltAIX O, inmlc of
pure ernluti tlmt tnkcn the pliue of collcc. The
more (imlii O you i;lvo our rhlMrcti the more
health joa tllMrltiulu tlirotiK'i their )Mem.
(irnlno In inndr of pure rx In ami when
prnperl) preparnl InMc like the choice kmiIc
of colTec tint i oti iiliout one fourth hi much,
All itioecr foil It. lie nml 'J5e.
1 n't r.iliftr u Snt at.u .-muko lour I lie Aw.iy.
Jo ci'ili loimuo eusiij dnit forexcr. hoiiias
ottlc, luil of lift1, nTVe nml liror. take Xo-To-ll.ic,
the minder worl.ir, that mukes uenlt men
strong. All ilrugitlstffa Wc orll. Curocunnin
teed. IJooUlct and s.implc tree. Ailrtress
Sterling Kemcdy Co , Chicago or New York.
It.llVltlo ,l in, ( m.
f. i tin ,oi nil
l.i i, i r , ,.,
To Curo Coiuillpiillon f'orecr.
TnUe Caneurct8 Candy Cuthnrtlc 10c or 20.
It CC.C. fall to cum, unii;i,'lMUi refund tnonev.
vals with pains
in the bead,
hips and limbs.
But they need
These pains are symptoms of
dangerous derangements that
caa be corrected. The men
strual function should operate
makes menstruation painless,
and regular. It puts the deli
cate menstrual organs in condi
tion to do their work properly.
And that stops all this pain.
Why will any woman suffer
month after mouth when Wine
of Cardui will relieve her? It
costs f i.oo at the drug store.
Why don't you get u bottle
For advice, in cases requiring
special directions, address, giv
ing symptoms, "The Ladies'
Advisory Department," The
Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Mrs. R0ZCIM LEWIS.
el Otnstllls, TtM, sarst
" I was treublM at monthly istsnals
wMh ttrrlkt pains In mj MU antf kick.
at hi Don tntlrslf rtllM wins
At f!adiil '
wa ww. ,
Bk ChllM.tr. EaatUk INunad Braa.
WJ'Tmrs. (, tlw.t. trlUbl. U.K. Ml
Urutlrt nr cuthnur mtfun ma-
UktJ Is It U4 OJA BMUIU.
i: . . . '. . 7.T r
MM. MM Willi MM riMMO. TaU
7imi mmjl imilmttMlM. lilll l.i II Mllll
mum nf nmiiiui, nn,.wii m
'' Uatlr fhv IjUim," Uutr, tj ratal ra
PABST IWWWW Beer
ALWAYS ON TA1'.
77. ICATIOS OF SI'MMUXS.
DMrli-t iniirt nf Wtli-lur ciiimt)
wcorKi i ii'inintiiiiim,
.J, Lowell MiKiruhiul -Mn'iru
Ills wife 11 rM mime
'I In' alien e ilcfi'iiilniitx will tnki' niitlcc tliiC
on the nihility or OiHolior. IM77. iiliiltitltt tllt-il
his putltlun In tin' ulitno untitled court ui;iiliin
thi'iii Hit' nriicr wliurcof Ix for thu ftirec'liiurn
of ii tux ilt'i'il rmerltiK the iinrtliucol iimtrtcrnf
H'dton twetit) four nmtixhlp tliri'c, rmiKu
iweiMv L'iini'r county, cumnKit, iimt h titx
ilet'd cavcrliiK tlio sontlii'UM iiutrtcrof kcrtltui
fourti'cn nmiik lliu three, ritiiuc lehr. In snld
count) nml Mute. mIvom to .Ihiiiuh I.. llrlttnln
npon Mirreiultr or ttx certlllciito hy thu trunx
titer of fcHtil count upon the ltith dny ot No
vernier lbU.'. Ii sniil llrlttnln nml iu-kIkiiciI liy
lUltclniiiuK'nl to I'liilntllV, ccrtlllcnteb hitlui;
neen tksiuii to j nines t nritiniti upon pumic
hrtltMlf Mill llllllth fur UIU llllplllll tHXL'ti Of 1HM1;
nml for the recovery nf MttiMMiucnt laxutt ns
t-esK-il iiculnu mill liiml for 1M), 18U1. IhUJ. 18KI,
paid hv mi M llrltlHla ami thl iilntntllT liy virtue
nf Kitlif tux mlu ri'ttlllcatcb ami mid tnx ileeiU.
salil tivx ilecilH lire recorded In book It of thu
deed reeunU of tutld county nt imikch M'.'O ami ;t!.1
reHtieellU'ly tnlil iulltloii pr for a (.ale of
mid lntnlf, tin iKX'oumlnc of tliu nmotintduu
)ilnlutitl on iiLComit of snld tux ccrtllUatCK mid
ilcciH, nml thu fti)llerttlon llureto and to tho
t'liymetilof custi. nml Httorue fivn huretn of
ihuiimoiiut durlcd from eiic-li i-ale. Defend
mitH nru required to miner fciild pellllon on or
liuforc the SJd dii) of Noemlier, 1M7, or the
ttlleunt 'tin -ili Ipo taken ns true mid decree
r tul' red uctordltmly
(IrnuiiE V Cc.nmnuium
ItANUiu nt MiNitt. I'liilntllt's Atturne).
nni.WATiox of summons.
Dlitrl(t('oiir,v of Webktur Coiiuty, Nelinukn
0cr M I'dtter. I
Ato nnmeil defuudnnl will lake uutlre Hint
on thu I llh day of Oi tol'tr IKit. olulntlK ihore
named Hied her petition In tliu uboo eutltleil
court nunlitkt liliu, nllt-Hliii: their imirrlnKC ili
Miiiunt cxtrenie irtielt) by defeudntii 1 Inln
till iilidde.oriloii nml Inlliire to tuunorl lv ,lc
feiidHitt mid prnjiiiK for nn Mbkgluie divorce, i
from d fiiuUiit n'l tbr uibtody "f tlitlrdiil '
ilrm Defiltdn im r. ,mrei to uimwtroii urt
beforo Novtiutur 'I, 17 or etlloii vvlllbu
lltuly, KMZAIIU7II I'OTVKM.
llAMioLrttJItNiTT, I'lftlnlllT's Attorney.
Glosing Oat Jly Entire Stoek.
I have decided to iIom- out my i nun' st k of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware,
Hats Caps, Boots and Shoes,
And in fact all goods kept lu a General Merchandise store.
The building is also for sale or will sell building and stock
Q. A. HARRIS, Cowies, Neb.
eity Dm and
ROSS 3t RIFE, RROS,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest.
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
LUMBER AND COAL.
JiiaillcUiTfc: JVXtitoi'jtil, Etc.
Red Cloud, - - Nebraska.
HAND MADE HARNESS !
Is thu best lieniusu it is made to use in pines where common
Iiiu'iic.sm would not stand a test. I can make you au all hand
madti harne.s' nearly as cheap as you can get the common
harness. When you want harness come in and look over iny
.stock which cannot he surpassed in tho Kopubliean valley.
Fiy Nets, Whips, Saddles, Etc.
and in fact everything usually kept in a first class harncsj
Trimming and lie pair Work neatly and promptly attended to
11 EETINO WITH DESTINYr
NO U1HII can tell when It Will
I come alooK. Often it (tarts
" up before u lu uucxpecltJ
timet aud place. Kvcn an
afttrnoon stroll with friend and h chance
Introduction may ahape all the course of
ona'a after life. To be always at your best
aid not athamtd of your destiny you must
alresa Ilk true neat toman. This can
be done by ordering your Salts aa4 OvtrtaaU of
M. BORN & GO.,
The Oreat Chica.o Merchant Taiitrs
Who sire) uurlvwUrd .Tlstatrraof
the) Tallorluir Art.
300 NEW I'ttern.FInt,t MMterlal. Perfect
l'lt. New Stock. Latest Styles. Dctt Work
manship. Thrifty Price.
A Cheery Guarantee With All.
miNER BROTHERS. RED
J. S. EMIGH,
IK VOU WANT IT.
Crown Bridge Work or Ttelh Without Plaits.
And nil tlio Jatt-Ht improvement In deuwl much
FRED i. McKKEBY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
City anil country call promptly an
swi'iul day or night.
NIlillT WLLS AT IIFF1CK.
Okkkjk ovKit CorriNu's Uitun Stoiik.
K.iiK'rtfiMB iM't !' i't-i'y. riuiertniutiar
tlcnlura writo tlio MnimliK truer.,
UIll.ltV4'(lltvii:T CO., ht. LouU Ma.
V ifS w & S'&w''
HAIR BALSAW (
Pr.m.if.i . tu.u.Dl irDwlh.
nsver yIU to llettoru Oraj
uair o iia nouiuiut yvior.
Curt. ilp .IIimmi bilr IMti,
O. KXrJDXy EK.
Vlrbt inihlleatiiiii Sfi. 21.
Notice In hereby (jUen Hint nrnlcr ami ly -virtue
of an order of nvleNMicd fitim thoorhcuoj
.Inmes Burden, Clurk nr the lilnrlct Court of thu
Tenth .Judicial UIMrlct, Mlthln mid fur Wulistur
county. Ncbraka, upon deerro In nn nctlim
Vcudltii; therein, vvlurelu lltirlbuit Vnl Uiiik
I'ompiiiiy In plulntlll, and at;iilnt c. II, I.hii,
dcfciuUnt, J rIikII nlTer foriwloiu imlilhi vcmluc
to the IiIrIicH lilddur fol cai-li In Jintid, at Ihlr
ent door of lliu toiirt liuiirp, nt Jted Cloud. In
Rld Welmter county, Nelirnnkii, (thnl lieltiK tliu
hillldlliK wherein tho Inst term of mid court wn
holdrtil on tlw 'JJlIi dny of () tuber. A.I) I WIT. nt
one o'clock p.m. of Mid dnj.tho following iln
MTlticd pniri.li m It:
Tliu suutlmi'ht tiitrlcr of wilon twentydlireii
(-I.) lovvnslili iiuufl,! north imniu ivveho (Itf.)
we "t of the mh I'. .M. In WebMiT eottnty, Nidi
(liven tiinler hi) Iniml llils'j.M dny or Suntctn
her. A.U. 1MT.
.1. W. Ui Mio.v, Micrltr.
.lA'trs .MrNi.sv, 1'lnlnilirnAttiitiivy,
B & M. R.Y
HKD ri.ovu, SE11H.
ST. -I OF.
SALT I, A Mi U'V
and nil points
ST. LOUIS mid
nil paint rust nml
TIUISB 1KW11 Art I'OMOVVH,
(Mi, KrelKht, ilnlly fxecnt Mimlay
for WynioroiindnlliioluteiiM hiOOu.iri,
10. I'uHooiiiicr. iliilly for ht. Jno,
haiiMic cay. ailiiii-oii, si.
I.otiln ami nil point enrt and
11. Aeeoiniuodtitlon, ilntly except
hiimiay. iiiihiiiikh, union ih
luud, Illnck Mills nml nil
iioliUHln tliu nortlivve.t ..... I
Accommodation, dully except
MimlHy, Obcrlln. Kiiiihiik, nml
lutermedlutu Hlallonn, vln lie
No. tvi. KrelKht, dally, Wjinoro mid
ht. .loo mid ititerinedliUu
Junction jiolnt" -U'tlOp.ra,
Kretuht, ilntly for llepubllciui
wen ... lU:3flft.m.
No, 15. l'nnieiiKcr. dnllj, Denver, all
poiiimiii woiuriKiu, u in n nun
Slecplni:, dltiltnf nnd rodlnlnc
(Kills free) on through trnlnn. Tickets told mid
bnirtinKO rlieekcd to nny point In thu United
Korltiformntlon, tlmo tnblts, mntm or UekutN
cull on or iiildrcmi A. t'otiover, Agent, lied
cloud, Nebr. or J. l'rnncls. (icnomri' mu, gU
AkciU Omaha, Ncbriikkn.
II nil ill. rtur.l
ATTOIINEY and COUSSELOIl AT LAW,
HKD CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
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