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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
C. L. MATHER, Editor.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 15. i.
I!EI'4LBMCtX NTATK CUXVE.V
- - A TIOX.
A Republican State Convention will 4
be held at the City of Lincoln, on
WfjiNKRIUY, Skit 2nd, 171.
at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
placing in nomination one candidate j
lor Member ot (Jongress contingent
candidates for Governor Secretary of
State, TreaFurer, Superintendent of
Public Instruction, State Prison In !
pector, and Attorney (jcnenl; an 1
for the transaction of fetich other bon
nets as may properly come before it.
The Delegates present l'r each Judi
cial District will nominate a suitable
pcr.on for District attorney for their
The organized uunnti arc entitled
Counties ca-t of i lie Mxth P. M.
elioiild be entitled to one dIccatc for
each 1,000 inhabit .nt. :r:cordiiiK to
thecen-in taken during too current
m. . v. ,.
v-fir mill nnn fur r-nlt lrri"fiAn mfr
h()0. Hut each oruniod countv shall
he entitled to at least one didecate.
VKiunzcu c-ounuca wcsi 01 me uui
P. M. shall be entitled to one dele
pate c.'.ch, and one additional delegate
for each 1,00'J inhabit.ints, accouling
to the census :i foresaid, and one for
each fiaction over oOi), as follows:
.- Dim.ly ......
..'ii Pawnee. .
! i 1P1CC
I Oliv '
7 lied Willow.
.. 23 HichanUon .
2 uwa.d .....
;il!t y ....
v, :ibiiington i
Holt 1 Unorganized tcr..l
The counties nr recommended to
elect alternate delegate to act in cao
tho delegates elect fail to attend the
Convention; ant the counties are re
commend to exclude proxies for dele
gates that do not reside in ihe coun
ties they propo-c to represent.
Hy order of the Committee. '
F. M. JwIINoON',
C. II. Geue, Secretary.
The members of the Senatorial Com
mittee of the 12th Senatoti'il District
are requested to meet at Ilastinss on
Thursday the 20th day of August,
-?z. 3874, at 2 o'clock p. in,, for the pur-
pore of apportioning the delegates to
the several counties in the di4iict and
to fix the time and place of the Sena
. tonal Convention ; and for .-uch other
business as may come before them.
Vv'iM. R. Gaylohd,
Ch'mn SenaJori 1 Com.
:rict E:r.iibi:aa C:n7cnt:cn.
Notice is hereby given tint the re
publican convention of the above di
triet will be held at Neb on. NuekoIL
county, on Friday tbe2th day of Aug
ust, 1S74, at 10 o'clock, a. im. for the
purpose of putting in nomination a
candidate for Representative in the
Delegates arc appoi tinned to the
several counties as follows :
JcfuTsrn 4 I Thayer, "
. Nuckolls 2 Webster, ;
County convention are requested
to take such action a may be neces
sary to secure the appointment of such
By order of the Commitfe,
J. B. SK INKER,
EEPUiLICiiiT COUNTY C01W3NTI02T.
A Republican county convention
will be held at Red Cloud, Neb. on
Tuesday the 25th day of August 1574,
at 1 o'clock P. M. for the purpose of
placing iu nomination one candidate
for County Commissioner from the
Third District, and for the purpose of
electing Three delegates to the lie
publican State Convention, deb. gates
to "the Senatorial District convention,
and three delegates to the Reprc.-onta-'
tive District convention. The basis b '
tfipra.-tnria-is fued as follow.? :.one I
delegate from each preii ict and one
lor each twenty live voters or mjor
part theieof aeordin to the assessors
returns of the Spiing of ISJ4.
Upon this basis, each precinct will
be entitled to representation as fol
uide Rock ?. 7
ti tinuc vTCca-'
It is recommended that the several
jmsciccts hold primary meetings on the
"Saturday proceeding at such time and
places as may be designated by the
C. L Mather,
Chaironn Central Com
IF. opinion is general. prevalent
it It is not advisable under existing
btreumstanees to hold a county fair !
.jib coming fall. Thc scarcity of mon-
iestmction of almost every-
ling in the agricultural line, and
ris I Ser irood and valid reasons, nave led
h io twnn'.- n tliis ?nc!usiou. While
I?? ?. 4 !. ..;,. r,e r-'.r.rr
tstr m nyrcfc iuc umajiy i i.iiij, j
one of oar pet projects, we cannot but
coincide with the expressed opinions
cf e'1 with Tvhuiu tc have converged. 4
The "Total Prohibition Party," as
it i3 called, has issued a call for a State
convention for the purpose of nomina
ting a State ticket, to meet at Lincoln,!
on the lUth (by of August. The call
apportions delegate to the various
counties, and in other respects starts
out as a full-fledged party, ready, to
throw down the gauntlet, and lake its
chances in the lioIJ of partian war- J
. hrv. I hat this is one of the devices
'of the enemy to weaken the Ilepubii-
can party, and oilily turn the clcc-
tion into a democratic triumph, is ap
parent upon the very face of the caM.
Not one of the participants in the
movement have the remote.-t idea of
success, nor that they will draw a
initio democratic vote. Not that our
democratic friends arc not mainly in
favor of temperance, and even pro -
'hibition when considered simply ns
atflract questions, but because thry
are too wi'c to bite at a b-iit that will
dmdo their party
jt know ihi- a well a any one, but
' arc willinir on amount of di.-appointed
-. , r ,,
ambiinn, anil for oilier rcaon. to
divide and if pos-iible. destroy the re-
j publican party. Jlicysny:
. "The rieni U o urn , hilmn. not
monopoly, and anti-ehi-s legislation.
Tlio-e in favor nf radieil change in
the manner of clcctinc President, A ice
President and Senator-; and all votei
who can heartily endorse the piriform
nf the National Pruhibition.Party. are
invited to participate in this 7;tic dc-
()ir Htote U blank. The State
Convention will be free of all nartv
; i tis and if the people of Nehra-ka srte
ii loiiomm'ite mm, "gooi! men, ami
truo," wo think the whole ticket cm
Vo-''f.ctc,lon TeMlayf October !.J,
This is the ,m m w;,i, j,ut ;ltje
moiification, of all U-clk-atMied ele
ment in every State where t!;0 I'c
puhlican'; now have tins a-eendar.cv.
uAnti-mnnnpnly." ''! -s lej;Matin!i,M
etc.. are the catch word-, to attract the
tt-iitlon or i he unwaryv Tijc repub
lican party lm always been jirogrc.-s-jve,
and rcaly to take up and advo
cate any reform, and while not dis-
tmc'.ly "prohibition" on the temper
j ance question, has dnnn a rcat dealj
: that has been beneficial to the tcm-1
perancc eau-o. We believe that the
preat mov'ng Vpiiits in thi-, "new de
parture aro mostly renegade republi
cans wiio have failed in seenrinc per
sonal and fclhMi ends in tint party,
and have left that party for the par
'V J-lfiCT i1JT
Aiii:AR.vh ii.watc thai all side
issues, indepenlent movement'', and
that sort of thin?, concocted by the
demncracv and liberal, will prove
fearful failures. The demoeiats don't
take any .-lock in them except so far
as they can be u-cd to weaken rcpuh
licanism. and the tliin? is too thin to
delude any co-i-i.hrable number of re.
publican, "he Independents tried
hard to organi :c and succeeded in set
ting a day when they '.vorc to meet at
Lincoln and go through tho process of
purifying the State. The occasion
was honored bv the presence of two
individual, both from the same coun
iy, and bath disappointed o.Tice seek
ers in previous year?. A similar fail
ure ha; overtaken other movements of
a kindred nature.
A call for a republican county
convention will be found in another
column. The fall campaign will open
in r. few day, and probably be a lively
one, both as regards State and county
affair. We hope that tho people of
Webster county will bo in general at
tendance at th? primary meetings, and
i that a full delegation from every pre-
cinct will be in a' tendance at the con
vention. By giving the subject the
attention it deserve there wi'I be less
cau.-e of complaint, and a better state
of feeling will be prevalent throughout
the county. In particular, the farm
eis should to a man attend the caucus,
and see that ihey are represented by
men in whom thy can (rust, and men
who will look out for their bet inter
ests. It will not do to let everything
go by default on account of the de
struction of crop?, and the general
depression of busines. This very
state of affairs may, "and probably will.
bring on a condition of things that will
make it more thi.ii usually nccesary
that the whole people should take an
interest iu local politics. Again, we
say to the farmers and tax payer, at
tend the primary meetings !
We hear it said that J. F.-Hender"
shot, Esq., of Hebron, will be a can
didate before the coming Representa
tive convention for the honor of rep
rcentimr the Twelfth District in the
Ilonsc next winter. Mr. Hendershot
i a young man of ability and honest;.
with a great deal of "nerve" and
would do honor to himself an! con
stituency if nomimtcd and elected.
Others may be equal, but there arj
none that would do the District better
service than Mr. Hendershot.
The Gazett" of Juuiata in speaking
of the class of teen who should be se
lected to act as delc-cates at the differ
ent conventions, ha tho followi
u u i
which is exactly our owai sentiment;
"Tho-c should be chosen from our
best men they should be the truest
and most honorable and trustworthy
s. The imnor(an2 of the wnrl-
to be done by western men in the State
conrcntior, oujrlit not to be forpotten.
Thi Senatorial and- Representative
convention? are no less iuinortant.
We should have delegates elected who
rill stand by their colors at the con
vention, and not vote for a man whQ
unwilling to give to -the west her
duo proportiou-orpotTcr in the coun-
cils of the State. There are politicians
id the eastern counties who will "steal
the livery of Heaven to serve the dev
il in," and scruple at nothing to re
tail the power they now hive over
- The voters of the county who send
delegates to the county convention
"are principal ly farmers. Often by the
swapping an 1 tra ling going on in the
conventions they arc thorn of their
power. This has partly been the
cause of the desertion -from the Re
publican party of Iova to the Ami
Monopoly. The farmers, by some
chicanery, wore cheated out of their
fcay in the hntter an 1 tli3 Uwvcri and
professsotnl mnn of the towns enT
.illv 'VnVjlel" cvarvthin' in that
i line. There i no need, however, nf
' uch a thine in t hi? county as the
farmer, numerically, are overwheln
imrlythj stro-i.'jt- The twit troub
le, bv th" way, 'n in the kind of men
sent to tl e county convention. Kvery
community hu.- 5l small ambitim
poliic'an, who is forcmo-t in tinny
ihiiiK- tat he may cet appointed to
; some important po-ition. Once there
he i the tool of the professional pol
iticians. To avert this lt evciv pie
einct end the mo.-t .-nbt'inti:il and
trustworthy men and not the dema-
A cnnTand important ie-son can
and -hould be learned from the expe
rience of the pr"M)t sca-nn. The
fatmcrs have scpu that it will not do
to depend altnccther upon one crop,
be it cum or wheat. Ivther may be a
failure here' as well a? in other State-,
but it i a rare thin-? that both fail to
gether. A diversity of crops .-hould
be planted by every farmer. Corn,
wheat, oat, rye nod barley, should
be crown in proper ptoportioii'. Vhx
vW al-o, do well, and pay to crow,
tither for the fiber or seed. The ne
cessity of more tnarou-h cultivation is
"howi, nl-o. Up to n. time of the
gras.ho!M,cr visitation, all tW com
thnt came under our own observation
wnii'ii wa jMairci cany aim properly
cultivated, )romi.-ed well. Deep plow
? early planting or sowing. anY
proj or cu'tivation, will bring good,
paying crons ni.ic scaon out of ten.
We have never seen anything quite
"o dull as the Sensorial and Repre
sentative cauldron in the diMric!s in
which this tlr county i Mtuitcd. We
haven't heard of a "-"ijj'o candidate
or cither reprcvntalivo or Senator.
But of course there will, when the
Conven'ion isheld. be plonty cf candid:-
lc! to c!ooe from. And we sia
cerc'y hope that thny will bo selected
with great cave and that Republican
poli ticirns will not foriet that there
arc farmer in the district to whom
j due consideration should bo paid
Junta la Gitzrl'c.
F20H FKAlsKLIN C0U27T7.
rro:22iing3 of a D2lsate Ccnveation en
According (o a call for the citfatms
of the different 1'reciuci.s in Franklin
county. Neb., to meet at the town of
Macon, in said county, on the fir.st day
of Aug;: it, 1871, for the purpose of
locating or taking a vote of the dele
gTtes reprentig "the different Pre
cincts on the iocation of (ho county
seat of said county, to be voted on by
t lie people of the county at the next
general eleeuon, tho conveu ion met
ami was caliou to ordir by .). A. i'er
ry, and on motion, A. B. Kinncir was
appointed temporary chairman, and J.
R. McDonald, Secretary. On motion
of J. A. Perry a committee of three
on credentials be nppwntcd by the
chairman. Motion cirri.'d.
The chairman appointed C. C. Dake,
John MiL-heli and R. W. Patterson,
Mjtion to adjourn to meet again at
I o'clock, p. lit., carried.
Convention met according to ad
journment and was called to order by
chairman. The committee on
credential made their report that the
different Precincts represented by dele
gate? preent wero all correct.
On motion, the report of the com
mittee on credentials was accepted.
Buffalo Precinct net having any S
regular delegate.! appointed, on motion i
j of C. B. Childs, Lewis Everly, John j
Jiciunsey, .j:i-p- .-icivhisbj ui:v.
C Steednnn, of Buffalo Precinct, be
taken In as Ieeal delegates to repre
sent said Precinct and cau tho vote
for the same. Motion ca-ricd.
The delegates representing the dif
ferent Precincts were as follows :
Grant Precinct A. B. Einnear,
II. C. Lohff, C. B. Childs, John
Mitchell, J. R. McDonald-..
Nor.Tii Franklin Precinct
Wilkinson Farrar, Maddison Kinnny,
S. M. Brown, Win. Thompson, Geo.
Cur ant 5.
Franklin Precinct Joseph A.
Peery, W. S. Phipps, John E. Sim
mons, J. T. Reaiis, 1L W. Patterson
; "- , ""-t-u L- uasc, u. ,
S'iintiMn:nn Ti P Millar- 1 tin I
Macon Precinct C C Dake, D,
.t.......w.., . ... .iuiii, v. uur I
ton, Amos Bikci: 5.
A. Jl. lC- I
Ckroi, J. C 3Iurphy, Mr. Shuster, I
T. J. Carroil, E. Folpa j.
Buffalo PnEci.vcr. Lewi Ever
ly, John McKinsoy, Jasper MoKinsey,
A. C. Stcdaian i.
A motion of J. A. Peery to appoint
a committee of five on permanent or
ganization was amended so as to in
clude one from each Precinct.
. Tho committee appointed were
Peery, Date, Lohff, Everly, Kinney,
Shuslcr snd Jlitchdl.
Committee on jjennanenl. organiza
tion reported as follows : For perma
nent chairman, A. M. DeClercq; for
Secretary J. R. McDonald
.1. A T.irv Tiinvp.1 tlifit rlip.vnte fnr
the location of the site for the county ' previous of con5dence concerning
feat be taken by ballot. Motion car- their ability to endure it arc freely cx
ricd. j pressed. They think it- will be no
Motion by John Mitchell to take an worse, with the chances in favor of a
informal ballot. Motion carried. decided improvement.
j The convention then proceeded to
take an informal ballot lor sites lor
county seat. I he lollowing places
, , . , , . . ,.
was voted for with the result as indi-
, , .
Macon 17 Riverton
Genjj'j. Centre 3 Uloomington,
Motion that the convention take
rccsi often minutes ; motion carried.
On motion, a formal ballot was tak
en with the following result :
M.-iemi, 20 Riverton,....
Macon having received the majority
oral! the vote can, trv K-'areil the
phec selt-ct.'l for the location of the
Motion that the vote for Macon be
ma le uninimnui : motion carried.
Motion that the Secretary be in
structed to furnish a copy of the pro
ceedings of thi- convention to the Red
Ci.oiro Chief and the Franklin Coun
ty Git'trtl for publication ; motion
carried.. Motion by A." K. Kinnoar to
adjourn ; motion rirrid.
A M. DeClercq,
J. R. MrDo.wj.o, Chairman.
Macon. Franklin Co.. Ne.b..
August Sth, 1S74. f
Editor CtilEr: I nc-tice in the
"Brownville Town Company Advo
cite,'' cilled the 1'r.uikiin ('ounty
Guard, the abortion "that not a
single delegate at the county seat con
vention held at Macoi on the 1-t int.
hopes tint Macon will receive the
noceary majority, tnd it is a muter
of t-(loabUvMlcr i
t receives as
They mu-t hav a discerner of spir
its in B!oomingt:i to enable them to
tell of thchopciand expectations of
crery d dogate.
As for 3Iacoi getting more votes
tian Bloominstm depends upon how
nany and whici Precincts they can
Kiaingc to deprvc of th iir vote ; also
upon the succ.s of ballot-stuffing."
'Or. dos that jumper at conclusions
think the majoity of the votors of this
county are so entangled in the mehes
of the foreign companv as to be so un
just to other pirts of the touuty, as (o
vote the coun.y seat in one corner of
tho county mirely for the benefit of
said Town Company.
We have our difiieulties in Franklin
county in pctiferou'? insects potato
bug, grasshopper?, &2., but we have
no greater draw-bud: than foreign
town compan;'" wlr!i ji&ajiaio to kkc
(en dollars for eviry one invented. We
will endeavor to contend with them all.
W.m. II. Ar.i.rx, of Siiine Countv.
who Ins b-n on a tour up the Repub
lican and i: branche, M'led at our
ofliee on Monday and iclited that he
had seen the dead bodies of three men,
who had been shet, lying out on the
prairie, 4 miles west of Mitchcl.t Fork
in Frontier ounty, about a week acn.
On their back were placid card-, on
which was writfon ''Shot for setting
prairie fire." One of tlnm had the
appearance of being about forty five
vear old, the other.- were YOHng men.
The settlers la.-t year ami this have
sufilred sevciely in 1 ui'dinc3 and
other property, from prairii fire, aud
given warning that they would shoot
the firt man that would et out a fire
in that country. Thefire et by the
unfortunate victims mentioned above,
de-t roved several house belonging to
the settler.-. IJastt.iji Journal.
Served them ri.ahl ! An example
that should be follow. J whenever and
where ever the like occurs. Iu thi
country where terrible consequences
may follow the settin? of prairie fires,
there can be no retribution toj severe.
Pass the word down the lin?.
Tiic growth of cities is duj to the
number aud varieties of their Indus
trie-, and it is. to thi cause thai North
ern and Western cities owe thair non-
Tati.n,. The motso!idlv nrn;ncrons
c;t;os nn ,,;, mn!;npni " pi.:!.,!.!.
pj,ia and liUiburgh, and they arc so
because tier aro tie creates minn
fsefot-in-r citrcs hr America. Philadel
phia for instance, has ll.(X) manu
factories which turn out $4 j.000,000
manufactured goods peran-.uin, and a
population of three quarter of a mil
lion liing in I2.j,00) houses of which
40IO"iO are the residence of working
Manufacturing industries are indes
pensible to substantial wealth. The
West witl never have enduring pros
pcrity until it is able to produce more
of the article it conume. We ought
to be able to manuracture Tery many
article of constant ue and demand by
our own peopK We have all the ar
j tides necessary for their manufacture
But there i5 a constant and enonnou
. . ... .
fr3tn nnon r.iir trn rl l&tmr t rm
port agricultural implements, boot;
cllft. - ftim'.tr,
-"' J wuiiu.i.i
ware, oils, and numerous other
things that we could fust 33, well
produce at home Every effort
should Le directed to the estab
lihment of mere manafactories.
The tide of imrcigjation is cot yet
checked by the disaster of the coun
try' so we afa !iky to keep the num
ber good even if large' numbers leave
for the east. 'Yehope the new com
era bring plenty of spoadulixtrith them
for thoy surelv will have need of if.
.liie-heataJ aoawa eilU fot& some
profane expressions from the unsanc
tified concerning their future home.
I The belief is rapidly jjjininj; ground
! that it canuot hi far liLmt, aud ex-
j n hy j,.
nun. iecp cool oremrcn rcsi mu uu-
. .... . .. ,, r,;.M-..i
circumcised rejoice while the taitmul
. , . -rtti
mntini nf ttii iitilmir sritctacle.
Keep cool brethren lest the un-
li Now is the season for activity anna;
a horseshoes and nishtly they may be
seen flying high.
Life on the fron'ier his its bright
as well as dark side and people here
i know how to improve all occasions for
ii ..... ... ...
! ameliorating their condition. We at
i x v-.l .1 !..,!.. : .. ,1....m,
i ien,l-u a UJUra Jli:- "' a "u-u"
i wti re the ram tn.i nnie tne emr.in-i;
s'ippTy j- a Kiii-a politician bu' the
i.lill..-. t..1 in-1,. wli!'i fiuir ladits
with twelve "eutleuien. A
.-p'e did supper for a quirter was the
be1-' pirr of the entertainment in our
judgment, but the dancers enjoyed
P.AtX'M-'h Ma!..im: kokSki'TKM
I'.EK The Septemb.r number ol this
j)opulnr magazine is i-ued, and i
full a-attrictivea-ever. Itcontain
more aiiety, is filh-d with more live
.t.n ics than any Other mairazine hi tbi-
country, and this i-. what make it j-u.-Ii
a favorite with the people. All find
something iu it that interests and
amue. The illutra'ion are sea'on
ai.'c ativl the dc-ciiotion- well written
3'id in-tiu.'tive. Ju-t glance over the
f.illoviiii; li.-t of cont- nt- and .-cc what
n rich treat - before the reader: The
English Fiild D.tiy : The St.arnw"
Ne-t ; She went to Calhcr Flower- .
- j Haunted :
or. Mo:cn.'o nin'on's
Oath ; The Gift of Chri-t; The .Moc
cisin a Pu?1: Lif-. Contrn-t : In
Shadow ; Ila.k to B ick : The Vio'. t ,
EmrliJi IV : Leipe 1 Bid: iMornini:
mil Evening; Will She Marrv Him?
My Love; A Golden Fctier; Mandv's
licardcr: i.unui: II .ted toPeith:
ol lli Mil: 1 arm
r .i i t
Conqueror. Orit Vo; m, Pijjjle's
Story Tki.i.er. L!ia Gr y: oi
Twice an 0ph in : 'I he L'tt'e Ro-otte
Maser; Kuthven s Fuzzb Page;
Curiou-M itter-; The Housekeeper;
Facts and bane: ; Our Art GiMery
(Ilumorou Pi -fur - ) Pu'-'i-b-d by
Thoma& Talbot, ::' Bromfitdd Street,
Boston, and for a! at all the periodi
cal depot- in the cotiiilrv.
Of the rarovxd of. the Uj S. Land
Ofjirr at L'.triV, Xtirat!:i, to
JilooiH infftoit . XrbrtttJcu .
The Pre id mt or tin ITiiitPilStat,
by executive ot lor dated July 1-t,
1S7!, ba directed that the ofliee for
the lale of public land, now Ineited
at Lowell, in NVura-l.u, be removed to
Bloomington in aid State, at a? eaily
a day a practicable.
Iu conrormity lo said order and
undc- in-'ruc;i.inj ol the Commission
er of the Genenl Liud ofhee. Wa-h-inston,
I). C, notici i? hereby given
that the Kai1 flllico w-ill o ol"A f-r
the purpose of the removal ordered,
nt 4 D'eloek, p. m , Saturday August
2. Ib74, and will bo re-o:cned for
buines at Bloomintnn, Nebraska, at
0 o'clock a. m., Thur-dav. September
V. av Vi'onTMiNcjrnN' Receiver.
C. H. W.u KKR. Rci-ter.
Dated at Lowell, Neb., July 1 5th,
RED GlOUD MILLS.
Constantly on hand. All kind- of
AND BRIDGE PLANK.
All sold (Jhcnjtfor Cosh.
Call and examine lumber and prices.
G-tvr J I.. illLLKi:.
La'e Cashier lt Natl-ank.Clarinda. Iowa,
hastings, - - - nebraska.
Exchange bouirht and sold on all
cities of the United States and Europe.
I eiiiity Warrant,
COUNTV AND SCHOOL BONDS
Io light and Sold.
References by Permission :
R. F.-Attrx. PrcSdeat Cook Co. National
N. B, Morse. PresiJcnt First Na:icnal Disk.
Clarinda, Iowa. j
Jons HsczsaAK. CiJhier Pacific National
Bank, Council Blafij. lows,
f. C CiErt.vTr.E. Gorcrnor State of Iowa.
C Lid:3ax. Clerk .Supirior Court. Iowa-
S. V Iu7j.dlov?
h now prepared to do all kinds of wo
The best of materials u-ed, and all
Done-on short notice and :t reasonable
Shop in McNrrr's. Store.
"Red rifTil XcbrnK:i.
W fL'"5 f V
I F U M O . !fc5 Ci4V
Least difiiculty in learning it.
Lcat skill rcjuircd to use it.
J'ast labor to work itto
Least care to keep it in order.
Lca-t trouble to change it.
I.eat chancing required.
Docs fine work equal to any othtr.
' Pocs heavier work than others.
Docs heavy work caily.
Does everything well.
Does nothing ill or grudgingly.
Jutifie the praise it everywhere
A fevr days' trial solicited.
II. :i. JJIXS.X. Trni. Ascnl.
Eneruetip Agents Wtintt h j
Lidie, end to Chicago office for an
! elegant fashion book
TP TT T Td T rV TIP Ic
1 V IX IM 1 1 UUJ'j
SPITH & CALVERT.
Have just received and off..- for sale
a laree assortment of I'urnitii'o, cam
fully helectcd with special refjtenoe to
the wants of the people, consLling in
CHAIRS, TABLE, BUREAUS,
FRAMES, &c. &c,
At 1'ricis thut Cttnnol be Jtik
UNDERTAKING A SPECIALli
C07?IKS HA3E 70 0P.DEH. J
GIVE US A CALL AMY
LIME ! TAX Mil I
Maxwell & Dingee
Wwb to inform the poWJe thit tb'7 hirs
made cxttniro preparation! to manafiteturt
Lime, and will keep on band m
to meet the demis'l of the paMic which
Kill b lold at .ta'jnail rte.
Remember the Place
Five miles K of Bed Cload bridz on
South S:de of Hirer.
Wines & Iiiquors
i Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco,
! CANNE D FRUITS I
OF ALL KINDS,
Frsh Larer Beer from " Antelope "
Rwiroiif ivinifwnflr on hani. "
RED CLOUD, NEB.
cv a vj (
j 1 am now a in the pt. rta ly t- ?ip 1.
gcnoralK, with am thine in the ll.inlw.uv :
lion. M motto w
'Small Profits and Ouick
I keep a e nra! Ai- rtr!iit of
FAR?! m A Q H I K E R Y.
TABI.K NI PO 'KF.T CITLKK . N Ml. -.1 i E
TRI.MMl.N'JS riWVAUK. r !il'E f'lSSw
arid MASONS inOlA S.l!AR It RI
irORrCKH,SHOVKl.S, SPADED hok. wnteux K1 -ii:i
,rC, &C. Ab BKOnM. SI-tSAK HOXKS. B .SKht -and
Keeps conataatly on hand th lar! tork of Diy PiM
H5 J 5. Su 17 JL N G 3WE A T B-: K I A I;
Our stock ii well elected and purltnstl direct from tb. nftft, aif fw
sold an lorr as th lowc-t.
Takes this method to Inform
opened up a nev
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
C(rttittiif nt jutrt "J
CALICOES. DAKE, LWIIT A PINK.
CIIA.MHKKS. 1LAINKS. LAVV58.
DKhSS TKIMMINi;S Jt LlNINlJjJ.
( ( K KTS Jt h K I K rs, VA II-H ; LJ ) V ES.
m.i:rni:! and inbliuchkd millvh
TABLE LINENS AloWKLIML
PAN IS, ) K!S U !. I J5IUTlNi.
SSKTJ & M4.EKf HATS & CAPS,
! COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Toba:cos
FLOUR, MEAL 6c BACO-
And cTcrythinj; usually kept in a First Clas Dr .vod A" iiwry .to
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
W. L. VAHAL
Lime, Tarred Paper, Etc-
Awl every Article aroally kf pt in a Fir; Chua Lumbar Yawl.
? i gijarantkp: to m:plicatk
AT J'A or ha..
X. TV. GTlL'IililYS,
u.s. pension sr-RCEO-v.
OSce 3d door South of Court Hoe-e.
Surveyor cf Webster Co
Salo, for His r8ady CA3.
H irlwarr md fu'l It -
T .1 JlT.HlK
the Public that he ha"s )M
and complete Stock of
of ail Kinds,
any mu. that ca.n" BK-ii
" - "jtffit.
Attorneys at Law
RftD CLOUD. - - - -
j assxt. 2 Avnsrzsi
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