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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1874)
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S. CAREER & Co.
Lvd a Great Variety of other Article.
Ouo sloe of Dry Good has. Iiobm se-
ertod v.iiii fcrniial reference (o the
want of the lYp!c, ai:.l coru-Uo in
fine rmitf noons, calicoes,
BROWN & MLKMlEDIU-
GINGUSfs, &c &o,
Tha Ladie qfcWcbrtcr County ami:
ure re-ipcetfiiry tnytfcd to, exayitnv our
new stock f
Which we f.'d warrJtd in faying is
' tht Ltirarxt n-nlAtiit f'uuipktc ever
brourht into ithwft Ni-hfaska, nud
rfaicn will bs se'dat tlrices that
Wo also keep on hand iGood Stock' of
Of various kinds and extra Qualities
and for sale either by the iuit or Eingl
SUGAUS, TEAS, OQKFKKi SPICKS,
And everything elo in that Line.
Canned Fruits in YarietY.
TOBACCO Sc CtGAKS
"VALOUR & MEAL,
a- BOOTa& SHOES-
To to suit the wants of everybody.
We wish to Kill the attention of the
Public to the fact that t?o are constant
ly keeping on hand a full assortment of
Goods which we will sell at
For Cah. Call and look M our Good
and do cot fail to inquire the Mces.
S. GARSER & CO.
"THEMEO CLOUD CHIEF.'
Notice in h (Column 10 CentM a Line.
I VT. Tipton. Bnville.
I'. W. Hitchcock, Onsha.
U. 8. Senator.
U. 6 Senator.
tr ?.-...-,. itrrnrille. Govrnor.
J. J. -.'.r. Lined cc- ' '.'
J. U U'Mrrro. Healf. T?.r?r'
li.A.Ktienig.i'ol . ItfFVll'
J. R Webster Lctn PllvAT1' ?'
J. M. McKcnxie. Line In. Supt. Pub. Instruc n
On. I?. Like. Omnhi. Ch"f Jwtiee.
!)nirl finntt. Nebnsr "-,lTv I Associate Jul.
J. A. Tiilleys.
V II. .Jo-.c.
I. W Tit'lcys.
II. K. llry.
I.. F. M'linl.
W. i; 'Ilnrn.
A. M. Ilt.rtjy.1
(J. V. Hill. V
I". Mat: won. I
. Co run it.
Arrivals ani Departures :f Hails at the
Red Closd Pest (&e.
.Innnti n.l 1W Cloud, nmTMTu.l-.jit and
Kr It f. Oo'c'ok i. tn. Ltti e'ln-lay
si,. ctnnlay. 7 a.m $
lletiron and Franklin, arrm. RoiDir wcm,
ftlaj-and Ft Jdayn t -pm. f edae-
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-Tfl.layind l'tjrtayvr-0-P'. f- euBe
days 'd jliinlaj- "n. m. . . ,
H.iiPK Eat. At-ive VoifIiyiadThriaayn,
f, ii. in I.uarr Tucdav and Friday .a. m.
-iri li rntiri.d i:'dOid. Arrives luer
1 v r, ii :n. Uivc Wlned.iyi 7 a. m.
. .f.wcll and K..-.I Cloud. ATrrirtJfc.ilur.laya.
12 m. Irivrsl p.'ia . ...
All pcr5.ni aithtnic In Rrzi?tt If ttfer?. Kill
pi no ha'd thcin ift iho, cruntx before the
.nllivu.. M B McS1TT,M.
Prrcii Hrt':ikfa-t Tia, a splendid ar
ticle $1 10 per lb. at
. Kerosene 40ct-s per gllon. at
' Wlntefish au.l Codfish "at
Garber & Co'a.
Wiiitefish. 1-J con's a pound, at
Y.nn wide unbleached cotton for 12
cents, at John G. Potter's.
Fancv 'Groceries, at the NcwSioro
Rerenzen & Co.
llEEi) Rrcakin flows at McNitt'sfor
FtLL assortment of flow Fixtures at
BRioRan37ire and Twine at
Harrow Teeth, at tho Hardware
Store. - i
PRINTS.- at PIIINT8.
JonN G. Potter'8.
Reed Breaking Plowa at McNitt'a;
Large lot of Boots and Shoes j art ar
rived at' Gabber & Co 8.
New Goods at McNitt's.
New supply of FIardwrftf V neusen
. . V-K i:APS . of New Goods at
Garber & Co's.
,GRAiNi?ack?, for sale at McNitt's.
Kerosene, only 40ctc per gallon, at
Ladies Wear, at Garber & Co's.
Baskets of all kinds', at McNitt's.
ft-aiiE Desi; ax nanaies in me couairy
Knives and Forks at McNitt's, for
tho Mnall sntu of $1.13 per set. .
Gi. Sebd. all kind- at McNitt's.
Fine assortment of Clocks, at
S. Garber & Co's.
A Fri.i. stock of Door and House
Tiiiumiiiss at Granger prices, at the
2 lbs. Choice Rio Coffee for $1, at
MrXm has received, and is receiving
a larijo and complete Stock of Farming
Slbs. Light Brown Sugar for $1, at
Laroe lot of assorted No. 1 Italian
Violiu, Guitar and Banjo Strings, at
Yet nanifd in Red Cloud. We have
just received a fresh supply of Dry
Goods and Groceries of the very best
quality, which we will pnarantee to Fell
at the lowest living figures. We want
to be understood to mean just what we
say, ami we invite a!l,when they come to
town, to pivc us a call and examine our
Good, and find Prices.
J. G. Potter.
Hicht-st market price paid in cash for
Hides aud Furs of every dicription.
30td. Guide Rock. Neb.
A full stock of Dr. Jayne's Celobrated
Family Medicines, for sale ac
Garber k Co's,
Cardigan Jackets the very thing to
protect you from the wintnr -winds- for
sale at Garber k Co
When you want your watch or clock
epnired. call on Jones at the sign of the
Big Watch, that ha no tick.
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1ARD wide unbleachfnl Ma-Iia, Ii
ccnt pT yard, at BerenZTS k Cti.
. Whitetisd: ll cents per pound, at
I BxREKziw 4 Co'a.
TnE late storm delayed the mails on
Rat ilk a a dearth or aws this week.
Read the eaitorial correfipondence
We noticed on Tuesday a number cf
teams loaded with agricultural imple
ments of varioun kinds passing through
town, on the way to Kansas.
CoircpondcBt must give their namo
and post office addres, in order to se
cure the publication of their effusions.
Our County Clerk, J. A. Tulley?.and
B. K. Swift, went to Lincolo, the State
Capital, this week.
We learn that Riverton ban an Ama
teur club called Aldibirontifoscofornis.
Explain, ob historian !
Somethino needing careful attention.
We learn that a new paper is about
to be started at Riverton, ir sufficient
support is guaranteed to make it a
Catholics, remember that on the 4th
of March, at 10 o'clock a. in., there will
be divine service held in Red Cloud.
We Itlafn that a company of twenty
two families are on the way from Cedar
i1-. u'-VUj rWV in fliia
RaplOW, JOWa? ! ftW UWeK IBIS
county. Still they come, and yet there
Geo W. Roberts, of the State Jour
nal Com any, aud II. S. Moody, U. S.
Marshal, of Otnahi, visited our town on
Tbe following is the Quarterly meet
ing appointments of the. M. E Church
in thin part cf the district : Kdar,
March 28th and 29th ; Kingston, March
31st, and April 1st; Red Cloud AdmI
4th and 5th; Riverton, Apiil 7th and
8th; Republican City, 11th and 12th.
WEndvejust received a visit from
the ''beautiful snow," which Is a mot
welcome visitor. It Will not be necessary
to "watch and pray" for rain, as it was
last spring. When the frost goes out,
the ground will bo in good condition for
plowing, and we predict an early spring.
Mark Warner, Esq., of Rod Cloud
has been appointed Deputy Sheriff of
Webster county, and has taken the oath
of office. This is a good appointment,
and no doubt will be satisfactory to the
The editorial cWpa return their most
aiaoere tlanks to J. N. Brown for the
excellent taince pie sent in this afternoon.
The quarterly meeting of the M. K.
Church, will be held in'the achool house
at Red Cload on the 4th and 5th of
April. Rer. A. 6. White, Presiding
Elder, wiM h4 ia atteadance. All are in
vited: Chas. Reilly.
Preacher in charge.
TllDonalioi ParA f hwadny eve,
waa a'suMMS, ewIug tbe opportuni
tiea fot jifuing for sweh a gathering at
--"Ttfiis time of the year. We leara that a
purse of 136.00 was miide up for the
minister, betide other articles of use.
Rev. Billly ezwwe his tbanka to the
people ef Red Cload for their syaipa
thiea and liberal contributions.,
We see by. the Sutton Timet, that the
ez-Treasirer 6f Olay caunty. has been
arreted e ieaovat of a deficit of pome
436.00. Beiai "wasted," Sheriff Dins
more waa dMpatehed to the RepaWican
valley arid aeoartturned with his pris
oner. At a meeting of the JBoard, ,3r..
released from custody. This should
warn us as to the kind of men we select
for offices of trusC
Far Sale tr Bant
My Livery Stable in Red CJoud, for
merly owned by A. E. Perry, will be
sold cheap for ca4h, or with part down,
I will give 6 moatfas time on balance.
John U. Potter.
As reported last'.wcek, the burning of
Red Willow and miirdering of its citi
zens, not only lack confirmation but is
absurdly false. Noundians are south of
the Platte, nor haveuhey been this win
ter. This vexed IndUn question, is not
brought any nearer k solution by these
malicious lies, and wcyiope the readers
of the papers that give, such s-ensatioual
articles from their over fealous corres
pondents, will wait auk see if when the
truth is known, that the story is gotten
up only for a purpose; least known tc
Our Literary Socie was held on
Friday of lat week, and', 'the discussion
was unusually interesting. The question
of debate was upon the right of the
county to vote bonds to asjjUt in build
ing a railroad north and sith across the
county. It brought odt oir best spcak
ersasWilcox.Miksch, Kalei; McNittand
others. Among the afinaative aru
taent we heard auch advantages as Det
ter and cheaper tranpdrtatua, a com
petition of markets, also a areater home
market, (aot the least) and greater tax
paying property. Upoi the negative
the argument turned upon minorities
being ruled by majorities, doubt as to
the investment being a paying oue. in
crease ot viloe iB property, no advant
age to the rara'erwho is nota speculator,
and burdensome taxes. Mr.' Kalcy made
some good remarks os the oowstitatioa
ality of voting, by a majority, bonds to
a corporation. The greatest good to the
greatest number, ordered by the major
ity is uotM car county, aeoatiutionaL
All our Uwa ate made by the vote of the
majority, id the misjerky acqaiestxs:
Tme Befl beetioa is: " Resolved that
the order cf Patroas of Hasbaadry is'
benpffaal !o tae farmer." It was voted
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tOat tlMa.aMaaWf awawav wwawaej
Dry Goods, Groceries? Boots Shoes
Hits, Caps, Oitecnswirt,
Tin-ware, FtmrnitureA HFdware -IMstms
I am Agent for the
BEEO HEBBA8KA CITY MOWj
' Oixon Breaking and Stirring Plow.
Wistr mnd Sweepstakes ram Mimw,
1HOL1IVE CO UN PL ASTER
ALSO A GOOD LINE OF HAND PLANTERS,
REAPERS, WAGONS, MOWERS,
Call and Examine Mfcli a4 Price
At My Hew Store Building 2nd Coor North of Post Offlca,
Weekly Report ofSavdol in DUt.
No. 2, Red Cloud, for the week ending
Wednesday, Feb.. 25, 1874.
No. attending hchool 8-
No. not absent day 21.
No. not tardy 28
No. who have not whi.-pered 15.
C. W. Springer, Teacher
Snitor Hitchcock's amendment t
the "timber claim act" h parsed both
i,mica nf Pnni-rexH. We believe the
new law allowi three years instead of
one, in which to get the requirea aum
bcr of acres planted.
The rumor that Hon. J. Sterlina
Morton hart taken an editorial "t on
the Chicago Times U fully cmfiriued. A
recent number of that religiou flheet
had an article entitled "Hell on Change.
Blood will tell. Journal
Mrs. Jones is now prepare! to give
Music Lessons, cither Instrumental or
Vocal. All persons desiring instruction
in music will please call on Mrs. A. M.
Jones, who will givo lessons at reason
able charcei. 2G-td .
James Murphy, oa Buffalo creek,
eight miles west of Red Cloud has Hun
rin Gram Seed for sale at reaaoMble
To all whom it najr ooacera; Notioe
is hereby given that aco-'pataewhip has
this day bein formed betweea) J. G.
Potter and Alfred E. Perry, for the pur
pojieofcarryingona general merchan
dise business, ander the aaaie of Potter
k Perry, at the old btora , heretofore
occupied by J. G. Potter.
l. u. roCTav i
Feb. 25th, 1874.
UCLAMID LX7TI2 IX8T.
List of UHclaimed lettera ia the Post
Ofice at Red Cloud, Neb.
A. B. Tutton,
W. J. Terrie,
John F. Myers,
Anthony E Price.
M. B. MoNITT, P. M.
aftxeix cwiinr mujam.
The best.Willow for-Uve-i
cr'wimd : break, and isliighly oraaaaental.
Grows on all kinds of soil equally well.
For sale at $2.25 per thousand, by
D. S. HELVERN,
26-13w Red Cloud, Neb.
SEED WHEAT. '
Z. P. Earl has on hand for sale about
Seventy Bushels of White Wheat, care
fully cleaned for seed. Price $1.25 per
bushol. Give hitri a call.
He also ha for ta1e f-ome choice Berk
shire and Poland pigs, at modeiate rates.
Residence, four miles east of Red
Cloud, near the main road.
MED. On Feb. 19th, at Port Bjro. Naw
York: Mb. Cbk&t 8. Dixon, fktaer of Mr. J.
C. Warner, of Rl Ctonl.'Nob.
W. N. RICHARDSON, J. A. TULLEYS.
Rich rdson & TuileyS,
SEAL ESTATE & tfLLECTHO AOSOTS.
Will luj and sell Real E.t tc on Cominilom.
anil pay Mxe for non-rosi.lenU.
Special attention niren to collection. Cor
rearonJenc.)Heited. All letters of iaquiT.or
on business pronely answeted. '
RED CLOUD, - - - - NEB.
KOTAST PVSX2C. SEAL ESTATE ASEST,
All basiae strktly attended to aBd all cor
respoiiJenee promptly answered- Spaeial.at
t ntion girea to payment of tat ce, ColIecuoBS
and Real Estate Practice.
RIVERTON. FRANKLIN C0 NEB.
I haro for rale a choice lot of Warta Cos,
known sa the
niMSSHsrt Tsillay Cssra "
This Tarirty has a mail eob. aad rery &t
kernel, and i pecitTiariy adapted to this section
ofeoButry. . . r . , ..
This Cora arerated 70 bashek rer acre last
Kvon, on old groasd. and O bushels, oa the
--ThW ?ed Is eatirely fraef.ofB saUtar
with other rarteti 9 -.
For rJale at asy StorhoB IB Red Cload, oa
posite McNitt's HarawaTePnJMfala
UsheL A. J. &ENNEKKE.
Maxwell &. Omgei
WLh to iafrsB tha rablic that thy ha a
Btade exteasive r?partloB to ataaafaerxra
,iafrsB tha rabUc that ti
easive rraratlos to alai
d wilt k-Jp t haad a
loate. B3B Wilt F?p us buio
to sTetf th"e deataad of tha fhntV waieJ will
Be Kli at -tasoaaile taa.
Wcmrmhrr the Place
-J tefeBrfleeweetefMCseBeaiita MBaasA
OLD AND NEW.
THE PEOPLES MAGAZINE.
Conducted by Rlwiml E. Hale.
I now eoraplftiijr iu Kirfith Volume . f nd
Fourth j-esr: ami now enIoy an "tb hed
rep-itatiun for Brilliancr. Inieret. Counwe.
Gkh1 S.njc an Ability.
In future, it will continue to fuppl7 JVer
and btt'.T reading for both Amusement and I.i
stmttion. Il therefore tuit ihret cIomm of
our citizens particularly, nnmelyr-
Youna People, Middle-Afjed People, and
TO THESE WE OFFER:
Tho bent existing combination of Brilliant
Light Reading, eutertaininc In.'tructlon. and
Fearlwand Ii Ipterc'sUJi UUcui.ins of Liv
ire Topic. For intimcc. wn arc to hav? a et
ol orttoriciby .Mr. Hale, the hel wrfo-r of
short htoric on this continent; wraedelirhtful
Saner mjbractical a't sulijrct by Rer. It. St.
ohn Tyrtnltt. tho accomplished art wrncrai.d
f4Vori.f ipi! of Ku-kin ; ppc omuclt tonic
as the Railroad Freight question, tbe triaor s
Association and "Secret tfoolety question. th0
Currency question, besides Novels, fcsiys, Na
tural History, etc. ,
.Im. tho bwt account T New Publications.
and New Mu.MO.on the prieciple of telling what
they aru, so at to show whether you want them
or not . - . .
.'. to furnish, freo of po.uage nota ways.
books or music for the coQTenieaca o.w
Ala, a raw auk Volanaa (for tha sreMBt
only), vary kea. ris. at KM for siagle
Toiuiaes. scftUy boaad in cloth; j the whole t
V AX;. JV r-li.. Via- rint, A
iHeroJoargTaatiiMM caroaiouija,j -ob-
ada ce."wiaijhaiIJMaUaOBl "irat tern
tnHarradMA sabterbVs.palag al-OOiaad
vaaee at tfcte ofloe. aa Umg as they ia (via. thi
MewMl. To each new sabecriber. besides tha
ehrossoliths. it'll U in lima to get it. tHraa aam
bem of the Btagaxine, f axa. aext befors.hls iub
' Tk)lri, Any two, a(yoar diaeraUoB. oat! of
tha thirtj-foBr.fn -fBcBjlIaaof Staii i
graTTBga isaftd by thfAtf fric PhetB-Litha-
BMfatCHall the ahara. Mr. Hale's New
Christir asStory Iss I tlumm " axeJatirely
as oar Chri.ttaas Hift t ea haahaeribar bbjIbc
SiaadyaaceatthUalce BEFORE Dec. 1st.
PrieeofOLD AND NEW.UBtryaarin adrsaaa
ROBERTS JROTHIIS. PahlUhara.
113 Waahiafura 9tre6t, Boatea. Maai.
PwrfcellsMa aa ssajrthlsaa
Sacbtar. New narea. C?aa.
IT IS THE
BEST ASIKsmMS .AOAZI!fB.
ITo FamU? can Afford to do Witiott It.
IT GIVES MORE GOOD AND ATTRACTIVE
REAUINCI MATTER FOR THE MONEY
THAN ANT (.TliER PERtorilCAL
OR BOOK PUBLISH El).
THE LEADINQ NEWSPAPERS ilfONOONCE
' he Gu lax f
Tile Best n.T Most AM Edited American
Mteit the Want of Every Mendter of the
IT CONTAINS THOUGHTFUL ARTICLES BT
OUR ABLEST WIUTERS.
IT CONTAINS SKETCHES OF LIFE AND
IT HAS SERIAL STORIES BV OCR BEST
IT II AS SHORT STORIES IN EACn NUM
BER. The new department of ScienceMis-
cella.nv at.pcirs in each number.
Whan the leading pajert af :
"In entrrprise. literary ability, and in thV
thorougbnuf thai esrks each dei-artmer.t. the
UaUxy " f Unds in tbe fmnt rank of.Vtaericaa
and Earoun M-i.-aiines." The News, Posgh-
sctwif, ;tw xora.
Th. 12.1 .ZAMfllv t I Sm MAM.A
and we fee) tempted to nj that this prerpt
BBtaber is ihc bet m Jgsitac cuaiber we hare
eer come arroM." tt. Loots lai!y Olofe.
First f all in attract ion we pUca the "Oat
axy "Standard. Chico.
The Galaxy ia alwayt tfo-S Stsutsethaa
aay, and aiora varied ia !u ranc than aay
other." I idepatideat. . u .
A saoJtl periodical ; a credit to Aserieaa
periodical litera are." Philadelphia Press.
"There it not a dall pare betweea its eorers."
Jr. Y. Times. .
"ShcldfeACapaay haTeopeaeda sa'aeof
faterert ia their iBagaxise. tha 'tfelajty by
drawing o it the eosaaiBnicaUoaa of prosaiaeat
pvblie ssra BPa oJaertlOBa of geaetai iataraaC'
A; FoUadelphia. .
rMca 31 etsil per
3aVriptioB Priea. 14 pet year.
fleMd few 9rmwptilm
Semp: copy tent on receipt ef 25 emtt.
at Ca,aax Tr r)iPArr.
667 BROADWAY, XemYori.
If yew waat a iit-ck, atyfii-lataff
OMtoewtcaHeraaacle.of iekaBel aaaele,
go if O'Scllivaiis, a Siverfcm,
Frafikfia Cowrty, aJ yon ea g ked
Haaaderstaadhww to aW it UtrMgh
af 19 jaaca ia tkm
Himi roiaraea, inruuai ii. uii;iut fV"'
ar akht relaaea throage Decewbcr. 1S73 (wNea
raady), for $EU3 da irersd at this oflce. ,
AIm. a remarkably well aelacted aal tco
0icaJly arranged ClaVbing List, affordiig as
ianaata rariety froM iich to ahooaa the sort
TIE yX3Xisti STJLT3 U3ISTII.
Tbe newspaper ft? the ?tt?U:
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR lSTtl
Tho STATE KEtUSTER will ce hiRtrh
tbepocpte ealarged and lmprTed. xaaktog It
efie of the largest newspapers pablUhcd in the
C ash FatrVription Pric. r year. fl
5 copies W one Poll Ofice. " 17 JO
iH 112 "0
0 - 3) 00
TUK STATE RMrSTER it published at the
Capital of the 6tat. and therefore has facitltiet
lor pubUshlngBewiof interest to the popls of
all r-.rtlo8s of the Stat, making it emphatically
a STATE PAPR. fellrtpc'ru of the Legv
latare. ConTeatioas aaJ other meetingt held at
tbe Cpital will bo prosaotly furnished to our
readers, citing adniaUgei which no othpa
aSEND FOR SAMPLE COPT, which we
will forward free.
CLOTD 1 SM.4IL3. Publishers.
Red Cloud Retail Market.
CORBECTED WEEKLT BY GARBER h CO.
Crushed Sugar, for a dollar 6th
A Coffee Sugar i
C Coffee ougar
1 How Coffee aucar...... !
Dark Brown Sugar...- W
Choice Uio Coffee -
Rice..... ...... ...... o
Gunpowder Tea per lb $ 1 80
Oolong..... .. vv
Ybunc tlynon "'
Satukiid Side Meat..... '
Canvassed Shoulders 15
Kvgs... . ...... .......... io
Flour. Beatrice Cream of the Valley 3.40
do XXXX, Llvbron -- 3.2.-
Bed Flannels 4lKji60
White do OvtCu
Twilled do 60
Brown Shirting 13!i
Spragueand Merrimac Prints 1-
Common Print '.'
Brown Demins ..... ..... ..
tsiue ...................... , -
Heavy Brown Ducking ilT(l3U
Stripe " ' lS-5
Heavy Boots.. ..,....i t S(Kf ')
Light Boots. -1 S6 -
cavy ahocs. - l; V,
Nails. ' JWJ
FIt KmafJrefl fe
la Exchaage for
Caaaiatiag ia fart of
cMrtmm n-r m asons
TOOIs, NAILS of ALL KINDS
TAPE LINES, k
CHALK LINES, k
SPADES, SHOVELS HOES.
SCOOPS, HAY" KNIVES,- FOBKS,
RAKES. BLASTIFO POWDeIII,
KIFLE POWDFll. OAltT-
KIDGES, ALL SIZES,
COARSE k FINE
Farm Implements a Specality
TABLE & POCKET
SILVER-PLATED TABLE and TEA
Tht Best and Cheapest
REEO BREAKING PLOW.
It U sot afecary to eawaterate every
thing osj haad, but aaSee to My that
aay article ia omr Ut eaa b had at ike
iVasa. kaowa am tke Wat
M. B- McNITT,
kitD CLOUD, "J - JtMMKdSMl:
Lr i:ni jt FKHtf
J. D. POST, Propriettr.
Ubticc Sited ap a tare Slh!e it prepare
at all Uisn to furnUh roout asd fovl tit tease.
Liter) Hits oo short aotke.
StiSIe Wect cf HttHtr icszt,
WM. VANWI.SKLK. ,. 1 W. BRoWN.
VANWINKLE 4 BROWN,
KrecytaSs done it. tb mt aMlttle and
wormalik maner. nnatly and with di -patch,
Country work ollcittU and pro-lace
taken la exchange. 7-Id
J. P. i NOTARY PUBLIC,
STTSSTO:?, ?rasilb Zx, ITcb.
Conveyancing and al matters Vtalning a
KeI IJtUtcr other FnP1ty l rum pi-
ly and tropcily eecuteJ.
frt-oaptica Tlz& a Spallt7.
DR. D !r!ORRIi
Office and RbJldonco,
iss CLCTO, irSSlASIA.
Special attention given to chronio
ff lm H. A. If unur II,
Would respectfully Inform the Iidle of Red
Cloud and Ticlnttx that she l pre
pirelto execute onlers fir
PLAIN SEWING of all Kinds.
On hand and for a fine auortmtat of
LADIKS HATS. Ac
Miss S. A. MUNSELL,
tin McNitt's Building.
RED CLOUD, - - - XEB:
JUNIATA, Aaiam. Cm. Xtti;
ARMSTRONG & MARTIN Bros
CASH PAID FOR
CATTLE, HOC., AIIEEF.
Of ctery dccrifi'ibrl fcogllt and old.
. Real Cldaflai, Hh.
Jamaica Tiu-2w0 2zbli U tha Aera.
rmrmrm ata aiawaJwaMrtw alastsl ThieV
Tbe pas hare rerestly ba beoegkt tk !
ctmBtryfnn Japaa.aBi pr tee tkeSnaet
Pea kawa f r Table or to'f t a. Tke
grew ia tke form of a bsk. tivm ZUti tM. fctfa
Bad do sot rea'aire rJekfag. Tker fltl ffea:
eae iart to a gallos of peas per h&. X jum
ple package, tkat will rrc-laoe fwa & le
W kmfhels of pea', witk eJrcalars
rise tern ia Lr&o. aad fa' I diree
tMas aa ' Ce tlxa and ouaatr of pt'atjeg.
wflj k t. pttpeia. to a-y ea 4- Wt ta aet
L L- Osbsst, CIer:a.TaaV
Vekavaeallrase4 tke. Jays waea ra IsW
aaea. oa a seaaJi aeas a ere esrj-
f Jrf ar a prf eee- Trr yeJ aa
easrtootw. Tr ire iaJ ui U sAf-. tay
mtmssTtJsAat asretiBerpea. Iksyayew
well a Aim aa4 aa4 are feaaa tstss Se. I
A. 7. WHITE. Trasaee mMt Ce.
A. Ki.TT!rr. V. XL. CIela4.7eaai
I aaee eJueat4 ta Japaaane rea fee I
year, aad rair4 tkeaj tke rafcsef awkal
V tae aara. i
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