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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, NOV. 5, 1897.
Oire sick licailaelie, had
tosto In the month, coated
Ion pic, km In tho stomach,
dlttrtii iid Indication. Do
tot wraken, but liave totilr MTcct. 2.1 rMitl,
?li only 1111 to take with Hood's earsapnrllla.
THE VANISHING MOOSE.
Departure nf Nrv Ynrk'n (Ktnn fur 1'art
A doer, when startcil by 11 htintcr or
'driven by houmln, usutilly returns In a
few ilnys to the muno hill or mountain
side wlicro Iiu was iliht found; but u
moose, Hays Mndison Orniit In tlio
Oentttry, when ouco thoroughly
Jurmed, will httirton 11 loiifr, sulnfrinjj
walk, mid, talcing with him IiIh cntiro
family, lenvo for jfood. It It nu of tlio
greatest difllcultle.H mill there are
'mnny in HtllMiuulinff thin animal, to
,avold Retting him under way, for tlien
(tho hunter may as well break camp
ind try other fields, ulnco not a moose
will bo found within iiiIIch. They
;oent a mocciiHln track or tlio ntnoke of
flro at an incredible disUwrio. A
'frenh trail may bo found ono day and
'arrnncmcntH mudo to follow Itat day
breuk on tlio morrow. During the
(night tlio mooHo, returning to his old
.haunts, dotoctn tho dangcr-sljfns, and
11 tho hunters find in the morning is a
.trail six or elht hours old lending for
parts unknown in an almost perfectly
'straight line. Tho moose Is at that
(moment, perhaps, twenty miles off and
Although moose cannot ho driven to
water by hounds like a deer, hut will
turn savagely to bay, still they will
jnot remain In a locality wlicro dogs are
running; so that when tho white litint
rs bocatno nuincrnus in tho North
'woods, and especially when they intro
duced hounding; tho inooso simply left
Ithe country and pnssod cither cast
'ward to Malno or northward to
It Is a well-authenticated but llttlo
iknowu fact that they practically left
Jta ono season. They wero numerous
in Uie Adirondacks, especially in
Browu's tract a largo district in what
ila now tho southwestern part of tho
wilderness until tho period between
1850 and 1885 (probably near tho latter
year), when they suddenly dihap
Ipearcd. lloforo this scvorul liad been
killed yearly. Scattered ones were
hot later, but 1855 marked their exit
from the annals of Now York game.
Years later, four or ilvo wore brought
'back to Saranac, hut would not stay.
The Haitian Consul.
The most honorable ofllco in the Re
tail republio was that of consul.
There wore always two elected every
ijear, on each from tho patricians and
iplebeians. The consul must be at
, least forty-three years old and must
i have held the offlco of quaestor, aedlle
jfraetor. The consuls were the heads
f the republic, discharging all public
'ftmotlons, mush as receiving ambassa
flora or assembling the senate. Their
itnslgnia were those of a king except a
i crown. They were always attended
tMoh by twelvo lictors or servants,
'bearing tho boxes or bundles of
(rods with un ax in the center. The lie
tors, however; proceeded only one at a
.time, tholictorsof tho other following
,hiin. Tho year was named after them,
and any laws passed at their rccom
.mendatlon also went by their names.
They commanded tho armies of the re
public, and when both wero with the
aamo army they commanded on alter
nate days. Under tho emperors the of
fice became an empty honor, though
vnrrounded with much greater state.
Our Clubbing List
Below w present a list of a num
Lor of tho leading magazines, news
paper, farm papers, etc, with prices
thoycau be had in eonuecMon with
Tin: Rbo Cloud Ciuef.
Wo must have one yearly nub
mirlpHon to tho Quick with each peri
odical ordered, but both neod not nec
essarily be sent to tho samo address.
. .. aioi OMur oth
Omaha Mee, w M.oo 11.00 91.35
Farm snd Flrealdo, u m.... so
ldlei norae C'omilon. bo
Hi. Louli Olobo Democrat, a- w. 1 Ofl
LoutiYille Courier Journal, aw I uo
(Jtnclnuatl Time Blr. w.. . . ..
rtilladelphla Preii, w. ... I iw
The Chicago Tribune, w . 70
Tbtl'hlMKO Trlliune, d .. -i 00
llocky Mountnla New, w....... 1 00
Hocky Mountain Newn,d ?50
C'lnclunatl Enquirer, w 75
LlppluoDU'Ugilm., ra 800
aodey'a MK"lne, to i oo
Leallea Illustrated Weekly, w 4 os
Atlantic Monthly, m i oo
Orange J udd Farmer,.... loo
American Woruaua lUuMraUtl
World, w.... ...... 4 no
San FrannUco Chronicle, w i fin
San Francisco Chronicle, d 6 70
llreederaOaiette, w...... , aoo
NdiratkaA Kannai Farmer, bi. sj
Tho above offers uro tnado only to
now subscribers who pay ono full year
Tiik Rkd Cloud Chief,
Notioo to Toaohors.
Notieo is linroliv ulv.m timt I will ..
aminu all persona who may desiro to
oiror thouisolves us cantfidutos for
touchors of tho public schools i,f tills
county, at Rod Cloud ou tho third Sat
urday of each month.
Tho standing desired for 2d and 3d
grndu certitlcuto is tlio samo no grade
bolow 70 por cent., uverug.o 80 per cent;
for first grade ceitilicato no gtado be
low 80 por cent., average UO per cent in
nil branches required by law,
1). M. llUNTKit, County Supt.
Porfectly harmless, hut very power
fill Is "Economy Honoset Cordial," a
remedy par-excollcneo for all forms of
indigestion. For sale by C. L. Cutting,
To Ciiri;''iiiHtlitlmi 1'iirmiT.
TaUotMM-uietH OanilvCath. rtu jiv oi-?5o.
Jf V. O. C. full to cure, rtruufc'-t-i-. r luiil ni,ci
Sunday morning ut 10;yit the p.iMtor
will pieiich on "Chi'Mtiiin Citizenship.''
Sutidsy feliool at 11:110.
C!uk Sunday ecliool at :) p.m.
Senior Lengiii' at 0 "0 Instead of 7.
Tulilic scrvict; at 7:30.
I'rnyor nicelinj; on Wednesday even
ing at 7:30.
Choir teher.sal on Friday evening,
Ladles Aid Society Friday afternoon.
Tlio first quarterly mooting will ho
hold by Uov. W. It. Alexander, prccid
ing elder, Sunday evening, Nov. 1 1th.
You aro earnetlly Invited to mako
your ohurcli home with us. Soats
frei and strangers made welcome.
Hkv. J. M. Daiiiiv, L'astor.
In tlio ub.'ouce of the pastor there
will ho a social service in tho morning.
Sunday school, junior and senior C. K.
societies as usual. No service in the
evening. Prayer meeting on Wednes
day overling. Topic, "HanetilieiUion."
I Cor. C:t lljlThes. flilfiVM.
I,, A. llrsso.Nii, l'astor.
Sunday School at 11:15.
Junior Society at I p. in.
V. V. S. U. K. at 7 p.m.
8100 Rowurd 8100.
Tho renders of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that rs catarrh. Halls Catarrh Curu is
tlio only positive euro known to tho
medical fratornlty. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a eon
slitulriuual tri atinout. Halls Catarrh
Cure Is taken internally, actingdircctly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
tliu system, theieby destroying the
foundation of tho disease, and giving
tlio patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in
doing Its work. The proprietors have
mi much faith in its curative powers,
tliat tliey nlTet one hundred dollars for
any case Hint It fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonial-.
Address, K. .1. C11KNHY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists. 750.
HallV family pills arc tho best,
What Uocs It cost to got there When
and how should yon go? What should
onotakur Where aro tho mines? liow
much havu they produced? Is work
plentiful? What wages aro paid? Is
living expensive? What are one's
vuancoH of "makiug a strike"?
Complete and satisfactory replies to
tho above questions will bo found in
tho liurlingUin Route's "Kloudike
Folder," now ready for distribution.
Sixteen pages of practical information
ami an up.to-dato map of Alaska and
tho Klondike. Fruu at Uiirliugton
Route ticket offices, or sent on receipt
of font-cents in stamps by J. Francis,
Uon'l Passenger Ageut, lturlicgtoti
Hotitu, Omiilin, Nebr.
Ktrrtlioily Buy H.
Cnacarcts Caud v Cutbartlc, tho nicmt won
derful incdlciil dlnwovcry ut tlio age, pleas
ant and rofroshintf to tho tasic, act gently
and iioslttvely on kidneys, liver and liowels,
clcanalng tho entire system, diaiiel colds,
euro iieailacho, fever, hnhltuul eorMtipatlOD
and bllloiuncss. Plcuse buy aad try a box
of C. C. O. to-dny; 10, 'ii. M) eeate. Hold and
gusrontoed to cure by ull druggists.
A?!t.y?J,"'ocor UxJ'' u ,,ow Ju parage
of Ol(AlN;0. 11m. new food drfok UiattaiM
the idaco of csffoe. Tho children may drink U
wlUiom UJury m well aa Uie adult. All who
try It like if OIU1N O haa that rlrh k
hrown f Mocha or Javs.Ibut It la made from
pure Kralui, and tiie inosT dcHcate utoaiach re
ielfea It without dlalresa. the price of cofTe
tftc aiMl Sic icr package. Hold by all grocers.
Riluratv Your llowcli With caret.
in?',!5' fiVynWi M,,rr l,o"JtlP-Ulnn fnreier
lOe, c. IX CO, full. ilriictflius refund Mioney,
Bducats Tour HoweU With t'aacrta.
loo, 23c. if a a O fall, druKKlats refund money.
are as oteu ouubod by kidney disease
as by affoctlons o tho womb.
Among, the mobt certain symptoms
of thin disease are liaukache, lladCam-
l..lltJ reu reeiuig, UeprcsKed
acho, Neuralgia, Too Frequent Urlna-
v.uu, '(KUK l", CIO.
Thchc oun bo
Your Sparagns Kidney Pills aro tho
host of all tlio kidnoy remedies that 1
have overused. I was laid up in bed
with pain in my back and my kidneys
bothorod me so that 1 was in continual
misery. Ono box of your Sparagns
Kidnoy Pills and ono of your Little
Liver Pills have made me well and
Mrs. Christinw (Joubel, 317 S 10th
St Omaha, Neb.
Sparagus Kidney Pills.
UOBBS BKMKDY CO., 1'Ronui'oas, CaicAot
Ur. HobhalMUa .r kale hi lli: CLOUD, NEU
byC. Ii.COTl'INO, DracKUt. '
1 " rmi.li IMuim4 Rrmai.
VfrfaiK rt. Iw.j. rtlLbii? SSl. .A Mi.
uffutJtnixf la Itrd u4 UiZt mtuiiiaxUr
twtr,. tnlti wlih Mm rlbtea, TakeBV
Inaotbrr. Itifiindangtnunukuu V
fidni uft.1 imitMlom. Allrn.iaia ..Uu.
i?.,"?!,;V'" "'.'."""i';1 hmbw ot
"UMIef Tor l.adlo.-'riil.iln-, tr rrturn
sun. I it. mid iYui.uoi.1.!. v. -..!.""
Etii u rfbvnuiA;. ' i-wuj. T&
l,l.l...i,.'U.l-l'.. i.ii. " ..'. ''7r-
sions. Cheap, (piick, comfortable. Leave
Omaha 4.U p.m., Lincoln 0.10 p.m. and
Hastings b:.'i0 p.m. every Thursday in
clean, modem, not crowded tourist
sleepers. Nu transfeis, ats run right
through to S.iii Fiaueisco and Lo
Angeles over the scenic route through
Dunver and Salt Lake City. Cars are
carpeted; upholstered In lattaii; li.ivt
spring seats nnd backs and ate provid
ed wi h curtains, bedding, towels, soap
ote. Uniformed porters and experienc
ed exclusion conductors accompany
each excursion, relieving passengers of
bother about baggage, pointing out ob
jects nf interes. and in many other
ways helping to make the ovuilaud
trip a delightful experience. Second
class tickets ate honored. Met His i
For folder giving full information,
call at nearest Hurlingtori' Route ti'kot
olllce, or wiitc to.I. rranoio, (LP A
What Do the Children Drink.
Don't Kite them tea or ctill'cc. lUve yon tried
the now food drink called OKAIN-O, tnitcle of
pure kthIiik that tnlieN the plncc o coiruo. The
inori' (Imln O you Klvoymir chlldrun the more
health jou distribute through their f)flolnf.
Grain 0 l mnde of .uru nlnn nnd when
iroerly iircpAred tnMCK like the cholix- ktihIck
of eoiruu liiitcoslK ntmiit omc fourth as much.
All lirurer cll It. 'c. and 'J5c.
Though the disngrecablc effects of Ca
tarrh arc felt all the year round, cold and
disagreeable weather aggravates the
disease and it is during the winter sea
son that its severest form is felt. Kach
succeeding year seems to intensify the
disease, so that it gradually fastens its
hold upon the sufferer with a grasp that
becomes firmer each season.
Catarrh often appears as only a cold at
first, and is hardly noticed. Hut gradu
ally the cold returns, and it is more
dilliculttocurc.andstayslonger than for
merly. These symptoms cannot be mis
taken; they mark the first appearnnceof a
disease that will develop in severity and
stubbornness, and which it is impossible
toctire with the local trcutmcut of sprays,
washes, and similar applications. Being
a disease of the blood, only a blood
remedy can have the slightest effect
upon it. S.S.S. (Swift's Specific) is the
only cure for Catarrh, because it is the
only blood remedy which goes to the
seat of oil obstinate and decp-seated
cases, and forces out the disease.
Mr. T. A. Williams, a leading mer
chant of Spartanburg, S. C, writes-.
"For four years I had nasal catarrh,
aad though the case was a mild one at
first.lt was not long until I noticed that it
was gradually growing worse. Of course
I was under treatment of first-class phy
sicians, bnt their remedies were applied
locally, and the disease seemed to be get
tlag a firmer hold on me all the while.
'After spending so much money for
treatment which proved to be all in
Tain, l was urwta to try s.s.S. Tula rem
edy proTed to be the right one, for it got at
the disease, and a few bottles cured me
perfectly. The cure was a permanent
one, ana I have aot had a touch of the
aUseasa for many years. Swift's Specific
is the anly remedy that will have the
lighatt effect upon Catarrh."
Saffercrs froaa Catarrh should get a
start oa the disease before the cold
weather aggravates It, Those who have
been relying upon local treatment will
find winter weather is all that is
seeded to show that the disease is still
with them. A coarse of 8.S.S. (Swift's
Specific) will prove all assertions made
that it is the only cure for CatarTh; itgoes
to the cause of tho troublethe blood
aad force out all traces of the disease.
Swlft'a Specific is the only remedy
which reaches real obstinate blood dis
eases; ft cures Catarrh, Rheumatism,
Cancer, Contagious Blood Poison, Be
setae, Scrofula, and ia fact every other
disMaa of the blood. It is guaranteed
aad ia the only blood remai containing
a potash, mercury or other atlaeral.
Books mailed free to any address by the
Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
City and country calls promptly nn
swercd day or ulght.
NIGHT CALLS AT OFFICE.
OKKICK OVKIt C'OTTINO'S DltUfl STOKK.
Notice U horeby given that under and by
virtue of an order of sale issued from the ottlcc
of Jamea liurden, clerk of the District Court of
tho Tenth Judicial District, within and for
ebster county, Nebraska, upon a decree In an
action pending therein, wherein, J. H. Petti
bono and S. h. Nixon, partners doing htiklucta
under lhc ilrin tiaino of I'elllbone it Nixon are
plalntltU, and HgaluM Katurah M. llel defend
ant I shall oiler for sale at public enduo to the
highest bidder for cash In hand, at tho cast
door of the court house, at Ked Clund.liisald
ebster county. Nebraska, (that bcnig thu
building .wherein , tho lasl term of said court
w as hOldcn) on the Tth ilay of December. A . I).
IMrr. at ono o'clock p. m., of said day, tho foj.
low luu described iroHjrly, lowll:
l.otsBcyen(7), eight (s), nine (U). ten (10),
V SV'i" 'i0!?.'"'. lJl.c"e.,,!" '" ,,ll"''r nnniberleii
l.l".',l.l,, mlli! 'V l'rc'H nddltloii to the city of
lied Cloud, Nebraska.
(ilvon under in) hnnd tlilx L'hth day of i)(o
,,' , , ' ', W HcMiiKv, shetirr.
It T I'OTUH. I'tllll.tlU illollil)
PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS.
...?lJfl.cM,.0,,,TOf WebMcr Oomity. Ncbmika
Klltabcth l'ottvr, 1
0enr M. Potter.
Ahoto named defendant will lake noilee that
on Ihe lltli day of October, livr, plalntlir aliow
named (lied her petition In the above enlllleJ
court MKlut him, hIIckIiir their marring, sub
Ki'iiicntextnmc cruelly by defendant to plain
till ami desorllon nnd failure to mipport lydo
fenilanlaiid praylni? for an abolute divorce
from defendant and the custody of their chil
dren Ilcfcndaiit It required to answer on or
before November id. 1m7. or petition will be
taken ai true and Judxuicut njndcreil arrord
lllply. Kt.lXAHRTII 1'llTTKll
ItAMKiLriiMcNiTT, i'biliitin Attorney.
Notice N hereby given that under mid by vlr
tucornii order of mc lned from the oltue of
iHinea lliinten. Clerk or (be DlMrlcl court of (he
Tenth Jndlrlnl lUMrkl. within and for Vohter
coiinly, Nfbmka, upon a decree in an action
pendliiK therein, wherein I'. K. Iiedcrlek U
j'lninllll' and nnlnt '-Iberl Henry, lielln Henry
hln wife, Kirn National Hank of lllue llllf
Nehr.. nnd Shirk llrolhcr defendant. I Khali
pircr fr alu at public vendue to the lilftheet
bidder for eaMi In hand, at the ea?t do(of
the contl hoiike, nt ltcd Cloud. In i-ald Web
stcr (ounty, Nebraska, (that beliiR tho bulldlmr
wherein Hie Intl Icrin of nald court was holden
on the i Mlh day of November. A.li. IMT7. ul two
o clock p.m. of nald day. the following do
ecrlbed properly, to wit:
Tho northean niiarlcr of fcctlon four fl).
lownMilp four (4.) north raiiKo nine (.)
went of tho Clh P.M. In WcbMer county, Neb
inpka. Ohhs under my hand thin ybth dav ofOcto
ber. A.I), lew.
,., , ,. W. Itn.-vciiEV, Sherllf.
II. T. J'ottkii. 1'l.ilntlira Attorney.
Notice l hereby kIvcii that tiuderiind by virtue
of mi older of halo lulled from the ojllee of Jan.
Harden. Clerk of tho Dlnrlct Court of Uie Tenth
Judicial HlMrlM, within nnd lor Wvltar county,
.Ni'bift-kn. iipoii a decree In an artlou pelidliiK
therein, wluieln Thedcrman Insurance Com
Pny i pliilnl'.ll ami fti!nlntIler(Tlipetl. Mule
TIppetlK. Pauley Tlppettv. Ii-riiel Chnrtler. clnr
iiiw-e TMflli and Loltle THeit arc defend
nnlk, 1 Minll oiler for lo at piddle endue
to the IiIkIiciI bidder forcah In hand, at the
eatdoorof the court hoiife. at ltcd Cloud, In
Mid Wet'"tcr , county. Nebraska, (that hcHiu
the bulldlnu wherein the Iam term of nt rourt
.vii holdeu) ou thoftilh day of Noeinter, A
I). li7, at one o'clock p.m. of Midday, the
followliiK dCKcrlbcd sroperty, to wit:
The north half of ihu iiithent quarter of
r-ccilou thirty-one, tww nslili. four (I) rniiRe
twehe Vi) weMof the 01 li 1 .. In Webster
(liven under my haad thlH 2Slh day of
October. A. I)., 1KI7.
. ,. ... ,, : W. HcNniBV, Sheriff.
A. 51. Wi.Ti!n, I'lalntilfH Attorncv.
Notice l hereby Klven that tinder and by vlr
tue of an order of Mile lo'iied from lhc olhce of
.liinii'i llurdrn. clerk of the DlMrlet Court of
the Tenth Judicial DlMrlcl, within and for
Welder muity, Ncbraxka, upon a decree In nu
action peiidlnu therein, wherein Nebraii J. mm
& TruM Company U plahitlll', and npalnM,
.Marlon Alexander, Catherine Alexaiuler. fran
cIk ltbln, Ocoruu lt)bln, llenr f.und truMee,
John Doe. real name uuknon u, chrN Koehlvr,
and KlrMN'atlaiinl llankof llluo lllllnredufeud
fintH Iiihall oirer for halo at public vendue, to the
hlKhcht bidder for ciuh In band, at the easl
doorof thcBourthoii-o, ut Itel Cloud, In tald
WcIim:ci couuly, Nebiawku. (that be'iic lhc
bnlldliiK wherein the luM terai of hald court whh
holdeu) on thetfJd day of November, A. D.. IHf!,
at 1 o'clock p. in. of Mild day, the followliiK
described property towlt:
The foulhoaM ouarter of acctlou fourteen (11)
and flic north hitlf of tho t-onthwet vturlerof
K'llmi ihlrtewn (131 nil In towuMilp four (4)
north ratine twelve (12) weM of tho lith I'. M. in
in Webster enmity, NebriHkn,
(IIvkii under oiny hand this '.Mth day of Oclo
ber, A. D. 1W. '
J. w. rtuNciif.T. siiwiir.
(Iko. P. Woim, I'liilutltrH Atterney.
NoHrc N hereby Klxcnthat under and by vir
tue of as order of nulolRuei from Hnollieeof
Jaiuea Ilurdcn clerk of the DlMrlet Court A the
Tenth Judicial DlMrlet, within and for Web
atereoiinty.Vcbratika, upon Hdwrreulnan action
txiKllNh' thercta, wherein Albert WhlteMde
In plalntlir hikI lU'HliiM Abraham llartuiau,
Uiii4ianan Wlad Mill Company and 5llhvaukeo
Barvekter Coiiianiiy ar (Irfeinliiiili, I tliaii
oner for ialo at public vendue, to the hleheM
bidder for cnxh In hnnd at the eaM door of
the iourt house, nl KeJ Clou ', Nebraska, (that
Ih'Ihi; thv bulldlin: wherein the laist term of
udd court was hwlden) ou the Zi ihiy of
November. A. D. lhl7, at onu o'Haok p.m. of
midday, the fllowliiK described lvonerty. to
The sonrticaM quarter of ,ectloii tweutyfuiir
(21) ki towNshlp Uire (:j) nurth of riiuiro
iwcilw (l'J), west of the (Jib P. 51. In Webster
(llvcu Milder my hand tills '.vth day of Oc
J. V. Kitncuby. Sheriff.
(liiiuiiH, ItiNAktu k Dinn, aad
Ciianky .Si Wai.uiikn, 1'IuintllTs Atlornoy.
WBIJQATWX OF SUMMONS.
Dhtrlct court of WcbMer eoiinu.
fltiritn W s'iitiiUtitvham
J. Lowell Moore and
Moore hla wife flral name
Tho above defpudanta wnl tlcn iinili.ihi
on the Uth day of October, vm. plalutiff filed
bis petition In tho abavo entitled court axaluat
them tho prayer whereof 1 for the forcauiaure
of a tax deed coverhiK the northweat quarter f
ectlou twenty-four. townshHi three, ranvo
twelve, Webntcr aounty, Sebraaka. and a tax
deed covering tho toiiiheatt quarter of xeotlou
fourteen, towmhlp three, ranse twelve. In mid
couuly and state. RlveH to Jamea h. II iltaln
iilKin aurrender at tax certificate hythetrcaa
urerofaald county usou the lOtti day of No
vember. IHV2, by eald llritfcHlii and aulaoed by
unit claim deed to plaintiff. corUflsatca navlng
tecii laauad to Jumca L. UrJtlain laoon public
ante or aald lamia for the unpaid taxes of 18W;
and for tho recovery of subaanuent taxen aa
fowed agalual aald land for lHOO, tWI. IWi. ISKi
paid by said Hrlttain and this plaintiff by virtue
of said tax sale certificates and aald tax deeda.
Hatd tax deeda are recorded In book It of the
dud record or aald county at pagei a und :ttt
rt-putlvelyiMaW petition praya for a sale of
sulil lamia, an aieoiintlaig of Un amount due
SI- Inlltr on aacoait of mkl tax certificated and
vela, and the application riicreto mid to the
p)imniof coala ud attornMa foca herein of
the auotiul derived from suoli Mile. Defend
aniH aro reiiulred to answer s-ald petition an or
beroie the Sid day of November, Ii7, or ihr
allek-atlonHWllI bo taken as Into nnd deefbe
lUNiiotrii 5IcNstt. I'lalfKlrf'a Attorney.
B & M. H.T
RED CLOUD, NESK,
ST. LOUIS and
all points cast and
SALT LAKE C'Y
and all poinh
TBA1NS LKAVE AH rOLI.OWB!
No. 00. KrvlKht, dally except Sunday
fur wymoro and all point cast 8:00 a.m.
No. 18. Passenger, dally for lit. Joe,
Kansas City, Atchison, St.
l.oula and all points cant and
south. 10:uo u.m,
Nn. 1 l'J. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, llaatliiRa, Grand In
land, lllack Illlii and all
iolnt8ln the northwest......... 1:00 p.m.
No. 141, Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberllu, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, via Ho
publican ..........12 :05 n.m,
No. 01. FrclKht, dally, Wymoro and
St. Joe and intermediate
Junction points, 13:10 p.m.
No. fa. IrclRbt, dally for Hopubllcan
west .. 10:30a.m.
No. 15. I'asaciiKer. dally, Denver, all
point In Colorado, Utah and
California . HMOp.m.
SleeptiiK, iIIiiIiik, and reclining chair cars'
(seata frcu) on throUKh trains. TleKcta sold and
hah-gaRC cliccked in any point In tho United
Slatceur Canada. i i
l'orlnformatiuii. tlmo lableKinans or Unlets
cull on or address A. Connver, AReiit. Iteit
Cloud, Nebr. or J, 1'raiiclK. General I'assenser
AKUiu iiiinuin, ACU1H5SU,
Closing Oat Jdy Entire Stoek.
I have decided to close out my entire stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware,
Hats Caps, Boots and Shoes,
And in fact all goods kept in a General Merchandise store.
The building is also for sale or will sell building and stock
G. A. HARRIS, Cowles, Neb.
ARE YOU A
miNER BROTHERS. RED
' ' CALL OS
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
FKKSll VKGKTAULKS AND FKUITS OF ALL KINDS IN SUASON.
OMA.13IJHtS rHTJVXI3I0I OO.,
LUMBER and COA1
liJwildine; Material, Etc.
Red Cloud, - - Nebraska.
PRINCIPAL CITIES F
WMNER IUFFET SLEEPERS
KATY CHAIR CARS
OPERATED Y THE COMPANY.
l aaW A H H wtM 1 1 kal
'I H . H H H H B 1
'I VHI H H A H WI
Caveats, and Trade-Marka obtained and all 1
entbuslneuconductedfor Moociutc rct.
andwecantccure patent in let timo than those J
remote from Washington. ... .
lion. V ad?iie. If Datenuble or nor. free oil
Charge, uuriecnoiaue un nieni mccurcu,
A PAMPHLET. " How to Obtain 1'atenti," with
coat of wrac la the U. S. and foreign countriei
ent tree. Aoarcu,
, PATENT OrriCE, W8MINQTON. D.
J. S. EMIGH,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Crowo J Bridge Work or Teeth Without I'lites.
And all the latent Improvement lu duutal wecli
Or. Price's Cream Uaklnsr Powder
I VWrld'a Pair Holiest .Mtdalatid Diploma.
Jt Tirt efyhf this may seem to be
rxL 1"2l' klgHlan impudent ques..
tlon. We are told however, by the famous author,
Disraeli, that any man is a coward, even in spite of'
himself, if hlSKarments are ill-tiitfng or in a shib-.
by condition. If you wish to enjoy the bravery
of elecant attire you should order your Suits'
and Overcoats of ,
M. BORN & CO.,
THEQREAT CHICAQO MERCHANT TAILORS.'
Who for 20 years have led all rivalry in Custom
Tailoring and never failed to please In Material,,
Style or Workmanship. A "BORN" suit will cost
you less than the kind of tailoring that makes
men cowardly. Every Feature Guaranteed. ,,
300 Patterns to Choose from.
ATTOHNET tod COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Special Rttoiition to Commercinl nnd
RKD CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
i JOHN POLNICKY.
ALWAYS ON TAP.
Kj vr rlc m e not nyreMAry. I or trlcta aiul ir.
tlculira write thu Maiiufa'tnrm, l
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