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.9 VS1NESS DIRECTOR Y
II . KALEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
KOTAWPTOLIC ACT BXAL SS7A7Z
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Will nerotiate the sele of School Bond, kc
County Superintendent of Pnblie In
utruction. J. R- WILLCOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
V0TA1Y PUBLIC & SEAL ESTATE
RED CLOUD - - - - NEBRASKA
avHoaatteadi and Pre-emption! secured.
Special attention given to papinr taxes at a
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
LEE 9. E9TELL,
Attorney k Counselor at Law,
AND SEAL ESTATE AGENT.
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA.
"Will buy and sell Real EMate on coaniuioB
aad pay Taxes Tor noa-residcnts.
arSpcUI atteHtioaVten to tbt location of
, SMPlEJi.Sl CllM$
Uuder the act of Junc'Sth. 1872.
Claims conte-ted. and all manner of basinets
before the U. 8 Land uffiea attended to with
promptness and dispatch
LOCAL A02NTTCE B. & 1L B. B. LANDS.
Immigration Agent for Webster Co.
A. H. BOWEN.
BOWEN 9l LAIRD,
Attorneys at Law
tSrWill practice in all the Courts of
JUNIATA -"" NS2SASKA
G. D. PROGTOR, - - Puoprietor,
The Traveling Public Will find this Hotel to
be first clans in every respect.
WCarriage runs daily to Bolviccre, thenear
est Station on the fit. Joe 4 D. C R. R.
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
BED CLOUS, WEBSTEB COUNTY, NEB
Particular attention given to Re
pairing Fine Watches and
I. W. T1JLLEY8,
leslSciua 0s SOlt laal-cf Bad Ctoai
Dr. T. B. WILLIAMS,
Tenders his services to the Public and
will attend to all Professional calls.
Ofice at the Red Cloud Drue Store.
LIYER1 A FEED
J. D. POST, Proprietor.
Having fitted up a large Stable is prepared
nt all times to furnish room and feed for teams.
Livery rigs on short notice.
Stable West of the Valley House,
Repairing don? on short notice, in the
best style and at reasonable rates.
S. V. Ludlow
Is dow prepared to do all kinds of work
The bast of materials twed, and all
Doae on short notice aud at reasonable
Shop in MoNrrr's Store.
Red Ctontf NefcraaKfl.
Feci aMMtal constantly en
lrCastoia Work Warranted.
J. Q. POTTER at BRO.,
BIB CLOUD, Nil,
. Wi THORN.
Surveyor tf Wtktter Canty,
Will promptly attend to all call.
Orders for work may be left at Clark! oftce
! Oenrt Hoase. at Red Cloud.
Past Off.ee add
WU. Webster Co.. Neb.
010141 BVCB, Jax, PSCTIHTCI,
rc4 .AaouMtaadafrba, Xtrsvy and
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
C. L. MATHER,
THURSDAY. APRIL 23 1874.
trom all parts of the 8tate aad coaatry raa
peeUully solicited .
We do not read aaonrmoas letters and com
manlcations. The name aad addreas of the wri
ter art in all ease indispensable, a a guaranty
of good faith.
After a long absence we a?ain as
sume chnrjre of THK ClUET, and
with a feelinir of renewed vigor will en
deavor to labor in the future, at in the
pa-t, fcr the bet interests of town and
county. We are trnly gratpful to our
friends for tbe assistance rendered, and
wish to speak a word of praise for Mr.
Burns who has conducted the affairs of
the office, under many difficulties, with
credit to himself and profit fo us. In
(he future we hope to offer the usual
amount of editorial matter, and a general
summary of all event accurring in this
"Theiree roots more last
That'hath' withstood a rough blest"
Editor Chief : Does the pruned
vine, bear iruit in less quantity, or of
worse quality, than one which has not
undergone the operation. Can a woe
some weed, be effectually destroyed by
loping off the braucho.i, or can the trafic
intoxicating drinks be discontinued, by
the course now pursued by the ladies
throughout tbe states, is a question that
absorbs the minds of many at present
What the result of this crusade will
be, time alone can determine ; but to
me it seems, that tbe would be public
benefactors, are taking the wrong course
to kill the snake, for while they lop off
the branches by closing up saloons, they
leave the root untouched. The brew
eries and distilleries with the law at their
backs; the fountain head and source of
the forbidden fruit, still exists, where
men of money, office and public patron
age seekers, can buy it by the cask or
barrel, either for their own domestic use
or the purpose of electioneering, amongst
the working classes, at the required time,
will remain unmolested by tbe present
move. Then you bay, what is to be
done ; either let the saloons aloue, or dig
arouod the root. Bring moral force to
bear on the law-makers. If tbe law,
grants a man permission to sell an article,
and that he pays for that permission, he
or she, who interferes with him or her,
who pays for such permission, and has
it in tbe name of law, is guilty of a
breach of the law, do matter even if the
interference is by prayer, and' the - ob
sit action of the pablic tkorough&rs. 1,
may be told if there were no saloons,
that then-would be uo brewenes or dis
tilleries. This is a mistake, and I am of
tbe opinion that intemperance would in
crease in proportion to the restriction
placed upon the article ; because those
who are inclined to get drunk for the
mere love of it, will do so, even if tbey
are obliged to buy opium, and eat it,
whieb. is still worse. The forbidden
fruit in Eden, was no fairer to the eye
than other fruit growing there, and con
sequently no more enticing ; but tbe
teu'ptation lay in tbe curiosity to taste,
that which the Divine law forbade,
which curious nature or propensity,
exists in man to-day, as well as then.
And, should the ladies effectually sue
ceed, in closing up every saloon in the
country, this curious propensity which
uiaukiud inherit from their first parents,
will show itself as conspicuous in our
rising people as it did in our first par
ente. They will eat of that fruit, not
because it is sparkling to the eye, pleas
ant to the taste, or iutoxicatiug to the
brain ; but because it is forbidden. Who
drinks less whiskey, than tbe man
behind the bar, as a general thing, and
who drinks most whiskey, than he who
can but seldom get at it. That intoxi
cation is a curse, no one will dispute. It
is ono of the greatest evils of oar country,
in fact a public cancer, that is sapping
the very foundation of our moral institu
tions. The diseaso is so chronic and its
roots so deep set in the national habit,
that dosing ealoons through the instru
mentality of street prayers and public
obstruction, in violation of taw and order,
will aotaare it,- I-adarire the-persevet--ence,
energy and courage of tbe movers
in the act, tbey are sincere 1 have no
doubt, and deserve credit for each sin
cerity ; bat tat oppeeed to their plan of
action, for the reason that I can not see
what beneficial result can arise there
from. If a dilligent enquiry were made into
the cause of draakenss, and the thing
sifted to its very root, in a majority ot
eases, we would fiad it braogat pretty
dose to the dooraf lac ex now, bodily
employed ia "pnaiag the vine." The
moral aad religioas training ofeaildren,
by the mother while tbe "seioaa' ace
yofimg, would have more effect ia check
ing the evil of iateaiperaace ia two aa
ttoa tcan all the prayers they eocld offer
iB a pabKc street, pare moral virtue,
withoat ostentation "or pride, coapted
1 with modest inexpeaaive drees, makteg
hoaic caeerfal aad coapaaioaaaip pteaa
aat, woald have aaore effect in redaiav
iag the draakard or preveatiag draak
aess than acting a pablic pantonwe on
sidewalks, for the amuseBeat of grown
atea aad depraved acoSeta. If woaten
aadcrstoea. the sacredaess of their mis
sion ia life, there woald be Jew drank
oa aad crime ia it. If the-awtaer, the
aieter, the wife aad the sweet-heart, each
acted their part w -aiaaMhig the maa.
ear'a woald be a modef world. The
mother ia tnumiaf the eaiM, the aster
aad eweat-hcait, hy chearfal eaaaaaatoa
ship with the brother or beau, at home,
in walk or entertainment, and tbe wife
by her influence, moral worth, modest
chastity, inexpensive drew, or in trying
to make home pleasant and agreeable.
Is this tbe case, as a general thing. Far
from it, as far as many ladies are con
cerned, and owing thereto the breach
between man and bis natural companion,
year after year is becoming wider. Man
prefers living single to running the risk
of a law cuit in the divorce courts or tbe
Saloon to that of the Bloomer.
Inavale. Neb., April 19, 1874.
Ed. Chief : Please allow me to
publicly express my thanks to the fol
lowing gentlemen of Farmers creek :
Messrs Robinson, Neff, Kincade, and
Waytnan, and of Inavale, Mr. Beck and
Mr. Knight, for their kind services in
putting in my wheat, after the loss of
my horse. To them, ach and all, I ex
tend my sincere thanks.
W. W. Harvey.
Red Willow, Neb., April 14, '74.
Ed. Chief : As the time baa armed"
for the tide oftimnvgratiou to set iaM1
thi rW west. Srerait me through the
columns of the Chtet, to say a word for
Red Willow county.
This county is situated ingratitude 40
north, and longitude 101 west It is, I
believe, the largest organized county in
the Republican valley ; it contains twenty
towns, and is well watered by numerous
streams of pure running water. The
Republican river flows from west to east
through the center of the county, the
south part being watered by tbe Beaver
creek, and the north and east by Red
Willow and Medicine creeks; there are
alio several smaller streams in different
parts of the county, all of which are as
well watered as any in the Stale.
The soil is a dark sandy loam, and
produces a luxurious growth of vegita
tion. Agriculture is yet in its infancy,
but it has been fully demonstrated that
corn and small grain can be grown with
success; vegetables are perfectly at
home in our rich alluvial soil, and it is
believed that fruit will take the front
rank in point of productiveness. Stock
raising is receiving considerable atten
tion, and well it may, for this county,
with its pure water and abundance of
rich and nutriticious grasses, for that
business is not surpassed by any in tbe
West. This winter has been unusually
bard, so says the "oldest inhabitant,"
about 28 inches of snow having fallen,
but stock have not had or needed any
hay, and are in excellent condition. Any
amount of hay may bo cut along all
the larger streams, but as has been seen
it is not needed, except for teams,
Leame from aorthern Iowa to this
country, and the, passed winter is my
first in Red Willow county. As for the
winter being a hard one, it was, to me,
like a perpetual spring. We bad, from
December 1st to March 22nd, 56 totally
clear, 41 partially cloudy, and 13 par
tially stormy day?, and but 3 or 4 days
of the whole but what it was warm
enough to thaw.
Society is in a healthy condition, and
for energy and enterprise in public im
provement, thiscouuty is not excelled
by any in tbe west. Wo have nine or
ganized school districts, and have recent
ly organized an agricultural society. The
first annual fair will be held at Red Wil
low the coming fall.
The county seat question in this, like
most new counties is a difficult matter to
settle. Indianola at present claims it, it
is however, in litigation, and it temains
to be secu who shall crow and who shall
In conclusion, I would say, that I
think we can offer as good inducements
to the emmigrant as any county in the
valley. Our rich and beautiful prairies,
our excellent water, our mild and oealth
ful climate, all combine to make a happy
home for all who will avail themselves of
the opportunity to secure the needed
quarter-section. All persons visiting the
couuty for the purpose of locating, will
find it to their interest to call on Mr.
Back, of Red Willow who will furnish
all needed information.
ramzscEKCE or ml sum.
Els Story of Traddamt Liaaaln'i
r Twas witVMKtfrcoto attnigrrtraw
in the morning saw him breath ialas.t.
I bad been terribly exercised all rigafcia
regard to Mr. Seward, and desired to fa
to him as soon as possible. My first datyv
however, was to the dying President I
therefore stayed by his aide all night
When he drew bis iat breath, some one,
I think Stanton, called apon a chaplain
who was picent to offer prayer. I bad
already tkeo my bat to go, but waited
until the prayer was concluded, when I
left hastily. Oa reaching the steps I
saw Gen. Halleck who bad preceded
me. Anxious to go to Mr' Seward at
ence1 I asked Gen, Halleck if be would
take me there in his carriage, which was
standing in the street. Gen. Hallpck re
plied that he was going that 7&yt aad
woald do ao with pleasare. He added, "I
shall have to ask yoa to wait for me at
tbe Kirkwood House, as I want to see
Viee-Presideat Johnson" who was
stopping there "a moment" Thea for
the arst time it flashed upon me like an
electric shock that Aadrew Johasoa was
President of the Uatted State. Soab
sorbiag had beea my grief that it had
aot eacwred to me before. Near D street
I thiavk it was, a rope oordoa, guarded
by aoldiera, had beea stretched across
Testa street aad a Urge crowd was col
lected. Reeogwuaag Geaeral Halleck and
myself, a traaaber of voices said: "Sea
tor, how u Mr. Liccoln?" "Geaeral, is
Mr.- Liacosa trill alive?" I respoadad ia
a low toae of votee. bat loud eaoaf h to
be heard by a!, "Geatkraen, Mr. Lin.
aola has jaat died," the aaouacaseat be
iag reachroi ia sorrewful stlaaee. Ar
rived i treat of tae Kkkwaod, Gea
HaKeek alighted, aad, aariaf, "Iahal
he awav hat a moiaeal.' aaasad iato the
hotel Now, 6n. Hagack was a aecafiar i
maa of few words, and when, a minute
later, he returned, I enquired, 'General,
what did you v to Mr. Juhnon?" "I
simply taid," replied the General, -Don't
go out of the house without a guard to
day.' Ttw was the way in which Mr.
Johnson was informed of the death of
Mr. Iinooln. nd made aware that he
-was President of the United State.
"Lives there a maa with soul to dead
who never to himself hath said, Til pay
before I go to bed tbe debt I owe the
printer?" Yes there are some who know
full well who aever suob a tale could tell,
but they,' we fear will go to j-well,
tbe plaee where- there's no wietcr."--iZr.
There is a lady of Sagadaboo county
Maine, who has a heal of remarkably
fine hair. The average length is seven
feet five inches. When uobraidfd and
falling looser it trails for quite a distance
on the floor. SJte has refused a large of
fer for the hair on which she naturally
prides herself next to her he-id.
You ought to let me pxs free, consid
ering the benevolent nature of my pro
fession" said a physician to a toll-gate
keeper. "No, no," waa the reply; "you
send too many dead-heads through here
Prpf. A. D
tlluuBJ, of the Loictll
ifant for the office ot
ent of Public lostruc-
Lincoln has a new paper- entitled Lin
coln Daily Jilade,
Kearney Junctian had va $4,000 fire
on the 2nd. No insurance.
The Union Pacific railroad company
are buying county warrants to pay their
taxes in Kearney county. They want
$2,500 worth of warrants on the genetal
fund, and about $l,3uO on the bridge
I hereby- notjly all ersons that I have
purchased the nouth-half of S. E 1, and
the east half of the south half of the S.
Yi. 1, of Sec. 12, Town 1, Range 11
West, Webster coanty, Neb., also the
"lots" north of the above described land,
the same being bounded on the north by
the Republican river. And all persons
are forbid cutting any wood or timber on
the same. '
37 4w ' - -A. G. Carev.
LEO AD JfOTICE.
In District Court in and for Webster
W. L. Stone, Plaintiff. )
II. S Kaley,
Jumes W. Alexander,
J. G. Sadler, and
A. J. Armstrong,
James W. Alexander and J. G. Sad
dler, non-resident' defcn-lcnts will take
notice that a petition has been filed in
the above entitled action, the object of
which is to obtain satisfaction of a cer
tain mortgage -on lots one aud two (1 and
2) in block tweatv-six (26). in Red Cloud
Webster Co., Neb., given by Henry
Kaley, and Jfitisabf th laley to said Jus.
W. Alexander aoa J. G. Sadler, to se
cure the payun atof a hromissory note
aamed thereiav plawttltf being- the as
signee of aaulapte and mortgage, seeks
to deprive ttfoaeverar- defendents of any
estate or lien which they may have iu
said premise ,You will also take notice
that you are required to answer said
petition on or before the 1st day of
JonN R Wii.lcox.
n43-4t Attorney for Plaintiff.
The partnership heretofore existing
between Armstrong k Martin Bro., wa
dissolved tho 19th day of Feb , 1 "74, by
mutual consent All indebted to said
firm, on note or book account, arc hereby
notified to call and settle with A. J.
Armstroug he being authorized to .-el tie
and collect all indebtedness to said firm.
A. J. Armstrong.
J. M. Martin.
S. P. Martin.
Red Cloud. Web-ter Co . Neb.
To all whom it may concern : Notice
is hereby given that a co-partnership has
this day been formed between J. G.
Potter and Alfjred E. Perry, for the pur
pose of carrying on a general merchan
dise business, under tbo name of Potter
& Perry, at the old ptorc heretofore
occupied by J. G. Potter.
J. G. Potter
Alfred E. Perry, j
OLD AND Mf.
THE PEOPLE'S MAGAZINE.
Conducted 1y Edxeard E. Half.
Is bow conplettrf its Kighth Volume and
Fourth year: aad bow rsiors aa established
reputation ffjBajliiaacy. la tenet Goarace.
Oood Sense u4 AMlity.
In future, it wiU coataiu to supply better
aad better readtaa-jM beta Amassment and Ia
stroetica. It therefore eaiu three cJaatee ef
our eidaeat particularly, namely:
rNmgapai mVt-AgUPc. and
TO THESE WE OFFER :
The beet exutloc combination o f Brilliant
Liaht ReswHaCx eauertaicius IatractioB. and
Fearless aad VliaUreted Dicta wion of Lit
ias Topic. 1W ifcstaaec. we arc to hare a set
ofaioTt Mories by Mr. Rale, the bet writer of
short stories on tak continent: some delightful
papers ra practical at subject by Rer. R. S'.
John TyrwnlU. the accomplished art writerainl
faro rit pupil ofRuskin: papers ontuefa topics
a the Railroad FrcighVquevticB.the Farmer's
Association aad TSecret society question, the
Currency question, besides Novels. Ksaiyj. Na
Ataw, the heat account of Sew Poblieatiom.
and New .VuAtcon the principle of tellins what
they are, so a to show whether you waat them
j&lww,t0fwnteh, freeef postare both ways,
boekf or mwftc for the coOTeaience of our rub
scribers. or anybody else wboj iendsSus. the
Ala, a few Rack Votames (for the present
only), rery cheap. tix at &50 for single
roramee, neatly boand in cloth : tbe whole set
of serea velame. through Jane. lsT3forfllT;
or eight volaana threat December, 1473 (whew
ready), for tiHMa.ivered at thi oi.ee-
Mimm. a remlCraably well selected aai eco
aomically anaagad Clsbbiag List, afbrdiag aa
ixmeaee rariety from which to eheete Ike sort
aumaeretewrataatltkml CkvomolitheJ 'Ce
Me.ee." watehshalOeeiTaaowt "first come
frat erred." to saaatiasaw paying RjOOinad
TaaeaaAthmoaTwsacIeafjaaney bMCjrix. the
chromelitaeL. - .,,...
BUewma.TSeaeh aewsatrriber. besiJeatfce
chromolithc. if k is ia time to-get it. three buss-
hers of the awmaauM, maa. next aetoraai satr
Thilrm. Aa aam.
itrai, Aaytww. atyoar diseretkin. oeif of
the thirty fear Pall awe Bae-i.mne of Steel
jraTiaga isaaaa ay tae asbctcxs rn oio-i.ua o
gTaphicOmpaay. xmu rMMztcmt.vr,
BUslawa2I the ahee. Mr. Hale's "few
Christmas Saaty Wm Maa .Wsmbm " exdasirely
asoarCanaawasifttaea h sahamber payiac
tlia ilissamat i eaTtce ERFORE Dee. In.
FneaefOL AXD XEW. ft per year ia airaaaa
ROHt-atTS BROTHERS. Paalvhen.
14? waahi n'"ii Sre-4. ftVwon. M .
Red Cloud. Nebraskt.
JOS. C. WARNER, - - - Proprietor.
This Hotel is entirelr new, brinir been built
the present reason, and Is fitted up with regard
COJITOIT ACT CONTSITISCS.
BOARD BY THE DAY k WEEK
At reasonable rates.
A large and commodious 8TONK STABLE
has just beea added to the premise.
CSg Oood Barber ia attendance at the House
City IWcat Market
FRED D. HUMMEL,
J fas just opened a Meat Market on
Webster street, next door south ofPark
Shoe Shop, where he t keep awl sell
fresh meats of all kinds.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEP CATTLE, HOGS,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
tad Clevi. IteteMxaT
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
Brown & JKnvuiiiber,
Carpenters & Builders
Sed Clcni Nelrasia.
Is preparod to make e'titnates aad take con
tracts for all JtitMs of-buHdiags. 'JT-td
JOSEPH A. PEERY.
FBANELIN CITY, Franklin C:uci;r 1'eb.
i RED CLOCD.
Opposite Oarher k Co.
DRUGS, STATION? RY, FINE
PURE WINES k LIQUORS,
And the thousand and one things usually
kept in similar e.stablthuient.s con
stantly on band and for sale
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Call and See.
MRS. U. F. EUTZ.
LAM ' '.LAflD!
NOW IS THE BEST TIME
' The B&M.R.R. LANDS
IN WEBSTER CO. NEB.
Arc now in market, and are offered at
low rates and ON TKN YKAIW TIME to
actual MsttlcM, at rates varying from
$1.50 to $5900 per acre
With a liberal deduction for cah in
These Inndd arc among the best in
the Republican Valley, and are
UNSURPASSED FOR FERTILITY
and beauty of Location.
RED CLOUD - - - NEB.,
LOCAL AOENT F02 WSSS7SS C0TOT7,
Will at all times be ready to give all
information in regard to location of land,
terms of payment, kc
From tbe Circulars of the B. k M. R.
R. Co., will in a measure, explain their
terms and the advantages offered.
The purcliaaer can pay cab, or di
vide tbe amount into three eqnal parte,
paying oae-third down, one-third in one
year, and one-third i a two years, with
fntere at tea' per eenC annually; or he
can have TEM tears' time in which to
make np the sum by small aBoual pay
ments at x per-cent. intret.
Most buy on this litter rlan of
TEN YEARS' CREDIT!
In which ca the purchaser pjys
at the outset one year's interest at mx
per-cent- on the price. He make three
other payments, each of rix per cent
at the cotaaQeocment of the second,
third and fourth year. At tbe commenc
meat of tbe fifth year, he pays one
scveatb of the principal and one years
iatereet on the remainder, and tbe same
at tbe coBBsencment of each sncccseivc
year antil all has beea paid at the end
of tea years. Aay buyer can pay ia full
at aay time and get a warranty deed free
of aM iactimbrancc.
Buyers oa our loaf and generous cred
it of tea year?, are expected to seitfe
aad improve their land at their earlitst
convenience, fay within oae or two yew
o as to improve about three tenth of
tae faad boaght, witaia three J we rroar.
date of porchaie.
trBttter terms aave aever oeea of- J
fired aad prolaUy aevcr will be.
A. CARBER & CO.
GLIDE KOCJU -
DRY COODS AND GROCERIES
u Boots A Shoes,
Hats and Gaps,
And everything usually kept in country Atore.
Give us a carl, examine rood, inqaiai price?, andibe coat ncd. that ilia aaai
place to trade is AT HOMbT. ..i W
JOHX ItKItl.XZF V Ov
Take pleasure iu informing the citizen" of Hed Cloud, and the Public
that they have opened out and have on hand a now ami complete Mock !
Staple V Fancy Groceries
Of every name and variety, eleotod with fpocial rof.'rence to the waats ae
the People of of the Republican Valley.
CALL AX EK WH !?TOCK.
We have, aUo, a liue Stock of
DRY GOODs. Boots & shoes
POTTER & PERKY
Takes tsjs method to Inform the PUBLIC that they have Just
-' - opened up a new. and complete Stock of
CALICOES, DARK, MfiHT k PINK,
UIIAMKRE.S. DKLAINES. LAWNS.
DRESS TUIMMINCS k LININ'fJS,
CORSETS Jt SKIRTS. VAILS k 0 LOVES.
1'LEACMKD AND UNULKA'JHED MUSLIM
TARLE LINENS. A TOW ELI NO.
PANTS, OVER-ALLS & SHIRTING.
IIOOTH.A NJIOMt HATScV CiW9
COFFEE, SUGARS 4 TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobazcof,
FLOUR MEAL 6l BACON.
And everything usually kept in a 1'irot Cla Dry flood k Grocery Store.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
RED LL.OUD. - - jrEBK.iSK.1.
PINE LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES
. Door s, Blinds
Sash, Mouldings ''mw T ':
Lime, Tarred Paper Etc-
Aad every Article nsually kept in a First CU Lumber Yard. vJ 4
aaafPricca invariably Four Dollar in advance of railnwd prteaa.
I GUARANTCE TO DUPLICATE ANY BILL THAT f'AN BEGOT
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
Republican R,.r;W "IB Mfim
JOE? 22HST. Pryrit4.
Rcgaiar tripJ will be miA- betwees
JUNIATA and J.E0 CLOUD
OnTnadaya aid Wedrv?sday of each
week. IaSj"! bz?leed to carry rA
iemtn arson Ow rbyy aeriORed. Jtav
ir Jcnkta, at A k ju ux Tuo-d-yt
atsd Bed CJoa4,act A. jc, Wcdaefdarv
Fare reacnbk. --7fw
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A fw A KH I 15 4 .
NMW STORE r
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Red Cloud Nebraska.
Aad yoa will get Good Stri.
Mitclftsll k OiafM,
Offer for J tbe eotalaf fal
ONE TUOCAND PEACU TMI
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