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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
KKI) CLOUD, NEUKASKA.
Nnllccsh, tlri Column 10 Cents a Li
,' Tjiiton. lirownvillc. U.S. 5-cnator.
. !iU:licfk. Uai.-iha. U. S. Senator.
Loronzo Crounc. P.oitrcscnlative.
H. W. Furnn. lirownvillc, (Iovrnor.
J.. I. Gwi.hr. Lincoln, Stc.ofButte.
Tt li WoKtom, Hcatricc, Autlitor.
II. A. Koi-n'iK. C',ninmt, ' Trwiiurer.
J. II. Webster Iatri;:. AtJ-'y 5cn,
J. ii. McKoazie. Lincoln. Sup. Pub. Instruc,
co. !i. Like. Oinalia. Chief.Ijfticc.
Ilaii'IOaiitUNcbraihaCity.) , , .
Ham'l Mai well. l'lftbinfauUi J AModttle Jug.
J. A. Tullcyg. Countr Ocrk.
K. II. Jono.
J. W. Tull..yS.
II. C. Hill.
II. S. Kalcy.
L. I. MurMrl,
AV. K. Thorn,
A. M. Iliinly.)
:. W. liull. V
Y. Mnttcton. 1
ArrJvn! ami i;ojn rluro r 2I:tiIt
I'roin J2u i:-it Cloud l. .
ilf.NMATA Leaves Monday's
'dnr'Kday'a and I'riday 7 a tnv
CKed 9 p. m. Airivc. Tuc
lj'ivn I iifikfl'iv a nil
"p 0 p. m. arrives l uc-uay a
u ... ,
xiday s 5 p. in. Iail closed
, C ss
TjSjKday'H 2 p. m. Goin we.t
. u4y -a and J' n
ViS, and i'Miav.s 10 a. m
.EAgANT HlLI. leaves Thursdajv G
7 iS-Vr '
ixuii3i uiii'w it r.j ;-
I2'in. J.cavcs I'riday 1 p. in.
.Ills.-ix, Kansas, arrives Thursday's
I a. in. Loaves Tliurcday 1 p. in
Office open from 1 umiil (i p. in.
All registered mnUer must he in
the evening before the mails leave.
31. IS, 3K-NiTr. 1'. M.
or j uajuisf e ;u:cTo:t v,
M. K. CnTTKCH Hkv. Chas.
lilitLV, Pactor. Servicer each al
teiuate Sabbat Ii at 10 a, M,
CONG KKG ATION LIST (Ml UMMI
Rr.v. A. Maxwell. I'utor. Serv-ii-os
each alternate Sabbath at 10
jjAPTrsT cm:nni.-Ti?Kv. thc-.
Mux low, l'a.tr. Services every
fourth Sabbath at 73 V. .M.
Faahath School every Sabbath
morning at a. M
tl. Q. I'OTfEH, Supt.
l'r.iycrmccliiiK.Sabbatli and Thur.-
day eTninp.JJ6llyvvlil at the school
i house'just northfoTilrJrn,
Candies, thcjjesl-and purest in
r t.-.wn, at Gtisi. Zeiss'.
A few County Warrants wanted at.
owe by &. . " WillcoxL
-5.1V11 vnur iimnf
these hard tinier
-""l??'-:'ntijrvt Wjltvoxr'wfiu wiil t-avc
ion money -an your faxes.
The Domestic Sewing Maeb'ue
i cekimwlcdeed b.v all eomju'tent
uiuo to be the Lot machine now bo
ot the public.
.To pn-obaso for (fASH, 50 head of
?ii:ir Calves and Yearling", from G
to li months eld. Innuire of
4 miles Fast of Red Cloud.
EtCllELHLltoElt & Crow, have pur
chased the Red Cloud Stcanr Saw
Millf Tho?e wishing sawing done
should In ins their Iocs in immediately,
s the mill is soon to be moved,
Notice to Teachers. ' "-
Notice is hereby given. That I will
exauiiiKJ all persons who may desire to
oiler theiuclvcs as candidates lor
twiehfrs of the primary or common
"hiols of the county, at my office in
KedMontKToif the first aturday f
August, November, February and
May. 11. S. KaLEY,
Send to II. II. Johnson. Crete.
Neb. for circulars of the Domestic
Sewing Machine; also terms to agents
(. c) if you mean business and really
want an agency.
A. S. NetT has opened up a first
class livery stable in the rear of Smith's
billiard hall, and has oniti of the best
' tigs" in this part of the country
Orders for teams eon be left, wlun he
' i absent, at the Billiard Hall. Head
Chaitie Mortgage Saic.
f Whereas, default has been made in
I ll.o payment of a certain chattel tuort
' nge, executed by Robert Harrington.
of the county of Webster ami State of
: Nebraska, to George W. lizenby.
dated May 25th, S74, to secure the
'" payment of a. note of even date and
Terms of as follows.- Note for
Eighty-four dollars and twenty five
cents $S4.25), made payable sixty
days after date above mentioned, and
t duWuly 24th, 1S74, bearing interest
at the rate of twelve (12) per cent per
annum, on which there is now due and
" unpaid the sum of eighty four dollars
i and twenty-five ceni,($S4.25), and in-
torest from .said dale of May 2oth.
jr Said mortgage was filed for record
in, the office of the county clerk of
Webster county, Nebraska, on the 7th
day of Octobci, 1S74, at the hour of
uh. 15m; p. m., and -recorded ou pages
'TO and G7 of book "A" ot chattel
mortgages. Then. fore, and by vir
tue of said chattel mortgage. I will
tefierforsale Ho the highest bidder at
public awerjon. at the Court House, in
died Cloud. Webster eountv.. Nebras
ka, i he following described propeity
;rj cHsyeis, io-wit :
fOue ycJnf oxen about seven years
color and the thcr
Li light xed
white face, aud
, t r .... : .. : -J - j. i Lajjs-'zsrfr j n - ... ... i.. .. - -a .- ' hii ' T" I
R- Huy tbe Domestic.
McXitt ha a -.upply of a!l kinds
of .Machine Oil.
Head thS now advertisement of
C. H. June, Juniata.
Granger's?, if you want irood tna,
cofie, sugar, am other qrocriey, call
at the Grange Store, next door to the
Post office. John" G. Pottek, Ited
Go to Smith it Calvert for Furni
All kinds of Dry Goods in large
fupply and at reasonable rates at
GAUIiEIt it Co'rf.
Good warm fall and winter shawls
and dress cood-j at
G. & Co'e.
A full .stock of Hoots and Shoes,
for the fall trade at
G. & Co'a.
The highest Market price paid
for Wheat, Oats and Harley, at the
Ited Cloud Drug Store,
C. II. Pott Kit.
Granger's, if you want your
Granger boots and shoes, call at the
Grange Store. John G. Pottkii.
The Chief, and the Weekly
Chicago I'ost Ami Mail, will be furn
hed to subscribers fur ..'!, 00 per year,
cah In advance. The I'nxt Ami Mm',
is equal to. it not the best, of any
wcckJcy ncw.-paper published in
Chicago. Those who are already tub
scribcrs of our paper, can get terms
for the other on application.
Kerosene, 30 cents per gallon Gar
her it Co.
Matches, T cents per box at Garbcr's.
Lamp chimneys, ,'5 for liacts at Gar
hcrs. Three bars soap, 2" cent?, Garber &
Soda 10 cents per pound, at Garber?.
GOOD NEWS GOOD NEWS.
For iho Fanner. of Webster and
GRANGE STORE IN RED
The store kept by John G. Potter
having been appointed by the County
Patrons of Husbandry will find it to
their inteicat to trade at the Grange
Don't forget the place Next deor
to the Post Office.
J. G. POTTER, Red Cloud.
Hard up ! Hard up ! I never shall
The times when I was hard up, and
may be bard up yet. yti
If you are hard up go. to MeNitts
your Hardware to buy.
For he novcr fail to make a man his
sorrows to forget. ..
lie has a full assortment and keeps his.
And sells way down to botton prices
for cash you bet.
For his motto is small nrofit, quick
sales, and ready pay.
Good pocket knives at MeNitt's, for
Wood saws at MeNitt's, for $1,00.
A full assortment of ladies shoes,
all the latest. varieties at
G. it Co's,
Wanted. Every one to know.
that Berenzcn t Co., are selling o
their entire stock of Groceries, Cloth
ing Boots, Shoes &c., at cost. This
is no humbug.
Ladies, call at IS. ,t Co's, and get
a nice dress pattern for 9c. per yard
New goods at the Grange Store.
John G. Potter, Red Cloud.
Hear e ! Hear ye 1 all you needing
Hard Ware, or any thing usually kept
in a Hardware Store. McNitt i
getting a new stock of goods. lG-tf
Grangers call and sec if R. R.
Shcrer, ain't selling Drugs and Paints,
cheaper than any other house in the
valley, all others know it. Every
Notice is hereby given that I will
offer for sale at pubbc auction, at the
door of the Court house, in Red Cloud
Nebraska, on Saturd.iy the 2d day of
January IS75 at cue o'clock p. in., of
said day, the following real estate
The west half of Section ten (10)
town two (2) range eleven (11) we
in Webster County Nebraska, taken
as the nroncrtv of Win. II. James on
two executions in fiivor of the State '
of Nebraska, issued by the District
Court in and for the County of Lan
caster an j State of Nebraska, and to
me directed as Sheriff of Webster
Red Cloud, Nebraska, Dee. 2, 1S74.
II. G. Bill. Sheriff.
By Mark II. Warner,
w-4 Deputy Sheriff.
n the District Court of tire 1st Judi
cial District, in and for Webster
Mary A. Jones, )
Thomas Jones. J .
To said Thomas Jones defendent, .
you are hereby notified that on the j
20th day of November, 1$74. Mary A.
Inn.i tnt,fi4VV Til.tfi hn i,afitinn in
VUilV- i.lll l-l.l, AJI u .l. fVlllIUll I M
the office of the Clerk of the District
Court of said Webster County Neb
praying that she may be divorced fronl
you, oo the grounds of gross eruelty
and habitual drunkenness. You are
also notified to appear and answer
said petition on or before the 3d Mon
day after the 7th Jay of January IS75,
said petition will bo taken as true
uaetacat renaerea as prayed.
II. S. Kaley,
Still nlive aud kicking .:rrjfa2-nn- Caeliia! anH Rail ' I5' vwhy mtifv PatW. L "?- I
lined 31 ttU, oni i" 1 .25 t r - ruu$
Store. J. 0. IVrrEn.
War on hisrh price mn's kip
boots 4,2. at the Orange Store. "
J. G. PoTTEi'..
Cheaper than ever -ladies calf
gaiter? only $2,00 per pair, at the
Grunge Store, f J. G- orn::t.
Good yTi wide fkctory cotton
only I lets, per yard, at tb GrRtg;
Store! J.G. Potteu.
Prints, Prints, a fresh tock of
Prints at the Grange Store.
J. G. Potter.
Scarlet opera flinne! at th
Gmnge Store. J. G. PoTrEit.
l're.-h Oyster."," . by the can or
dozen at Geo. Zeiss. Ako fresh
bread, pies, cakes, confectionary itc
Nice thing? for the little folk?, at
the Post Office. Call and look at
Jiet and cheapest assortment of
Stationery in town at the Putt Office.
Go to the Po-t Office for fmpt-r,
pen?, penuil?, flutes, itc, &e.
HAKLKV! UiKLKV!! K..r
sale, tor ;-eed, by Hirenzn it C
Now is jour iim, farmer- to secure
seed for the coming spring, iiot)
bushels on hand. Heken'en it Co.
Go to Sherer's for your drugs,
Patent medicines itc.
A fresh Stock of Grocries at the
Grange Store. J. G. Potter
Dried Cunants only Kh-Lx per pound
at the Grange Store. J. G. Potjei:
"Uncle Sam" is building an ad
dition to hi dwelling, which will adl
to the good loofc.i of the hou.-e.
The bridges over the Blue rivr.
in Harmony piciuet have been f:ni-h
cd and accepted.
Thur?day nijrht there will be a
meeting at the school house to make
arrangements for a "Christina Tree."
Rev. E. Laltin will preach at the
school house on Sunday evening next,
Dec. 20th. All are invited to attend.
Rcuumber the Dance and Oy.-ter
Supper. Chri-tma.-. night, Dee. 25th
A largo box of clothing fur the
Aid Society has Iwed received
1 he 'Aid flour ha? been ttbmu
all disiosed of to -the edy It will
not be long be tine there will be a call
to pass around a -eeond time.
II. J. Hill, left here on Tuesday,
for Wyoming, .lone county, Iowa,
where he formerly resided. He goes
in the intere.-t of Guide Rock precinct,
to solicit aid.
Business has boon pretty lively
this week, and some days there are a
'many as thirty or forty teamsin town
J. II. Wilicox is keeping bachel
or's, hall, .. He puts ..in, moat oi bin
.time singing :
"I'm lonely since you left use."
Mark Warner, keeps the meat
luarket just call there and gut ;ome-
thingto ward off hunger.
Quite a number have responded
to our call for wood, and yet we have
room for a few more loads. We
would 'ike to get it on hand while the
weather is gooJ, so it can be cut and
f ''uo. . 3Iever. of the wet nn-i"
of the county gave u a call on Mo-
day last. Mr. Meyer is n native of
Switzerland, and is well informed p
on all KurojK-an topics, and talk wid
im is enjoyable.
Elroy Petteyr, living in Harmony
precinct, tells us that be suec.vded in
raiding about five acres of broom corn,
tjie past season. The bush'wns light
but of good qualify. Mr. Pettys a
good a brotu-maker as can be found
in the Suite, we don't care where you
look. Early in the season he purchas
ed a full set of uuehincrv for the
purpose of preparing the hrush and
making brooms. It' the future crnp-
of the county turn out w-11 he j-jljoHy a ever
eventually have the bout business of
We might incidentally mention
right here, tha if peopk w7go away
from home, to buy goods, and tcill go
to Juniata to do their fading, they
had better hoed oiir adviec. and go to
C. R. Jones store. Wc know he is
doing a big business by the manner in
which he advertises. He ain't a bit
afraid to call the attention Mi' the
people to his- stock of geods.
Don't we nJi want a Monev Order
Office here. The po-tnl regutioa.s
allow- one when the reciot: of the
ffi come up to a certain atiai
it every one of our business men would
buy a dollar's worth of stamps before
the end of the present quarter, we
would have a "Orter Office" in less
than forty days. A
rue ikw oriGge across thd liepub
lican, at Riverton i said to be the
best wagon bridge in the State. It
is about finished, and has been built by
II T. Clarke, contractor, under im
mediate supervision, 0f Mr. Cook,
who knows ut how to build a bridge.
Wai McBride. Dick Garber, and
Mr. anghn, all of Guide Rock, came
into town on Saturday, in fine style
1 hey are all lively boys of that
tion. and are always welcomed.
-Four men by the name of McCoy,
Mr. Mapes, and the two Jensens,
. , - ,. .MP.i. ,. rn..
have left for a buffalo hunt. Thev all
live in the Noith west part of this
We le'arn that some two weeks
little, girl, daughter, .?f Mr.
n, broke her leg. by carelessly
stepping between two loose boards.
We have received uo further details.
M 141 (A. J'JUIU I IjoLII tA.i LA I 1 U Btf LA 11a. V a - -. . . Bt . if.
The MWw On!T of Ited CloudJ
yrM hold a Grarnl Hall and Festival n
Ckrttma Night, December 25, 1ST?.
A Public Iostalkttion of the OfSccrs
of the Masonic Lodge wit! takex place
early in the evening, to ;rhich the pub
lic is invhod.
Aftet tlie IiHiaHation, a Dance UI
j take pinee in theMasonic HalL swl
an Oy.'ter Supper at the lsBlede
H-iustf. Good tutisJc will be farnbhed
by tint Hnnks Hros.
No pains will be Sfwred to make a
Perfect Uncem of the affair.
Everybody from this and adjoining
counties is invited.
TICKETS : Hall it Suffer, kl 0
Hull, only, I m
cupper each, .o
V.V! ? if-.
Thr people of Guide Rock and
vicinity have ent H G. Bill, Sheriff
of this '-oMitty, to Iowa in behalf of
thedfMuitU'of that pn-einet. Thi-
selection of a man to
thi to in thi-. tua'ter wa a- good as
would have been mul-. No man is
butter acquainted with the waritsnnd
ncccsMtio of the people, and it i?er-
tain that the representations he may
make will be true to the letter. And
furthermore, those who see fit to en
trust him with anything, can depend
-upon it, that whatever is given will
be. properly handled and accounted for.
Succeaa to him in his mission of
In accordance with the previous
announcement, on Fiidiy evening last.
Hon. II. S. Kalev delivereii a lecture
at the school hou-e, for the benefit of
tiie Aid Society. The night was cold
blustering, but the attendance wah
good and quite a respectable amount
of money, about sixteen dollars, realiz
ed. Mr. Kuley is a smooth, fluent
talker, and held the close attention of
hi.-, audience, while delivering the
"gnthopper lecture.'' The ocoa-ion '
grew out of n joke, which happened
thusiy. Two or three days' pravious a
box of clothing arrived i'or the Aid
Society, and nmong its con ten U was n
bmdcloth coat, of the "daw hammer" !
style, or as the speaker called it, h
"spike tail." Mr. Knley was. present
when the box was opened, and hap
pened for the fun of the thing to "try
it on" to see how it looked. Some of
the boys present remarked that if it
was a fit he would have to deliver a
lecture at twenty-five cents a ticket,
to which ho laughingly acceded, prob
ably thinking the matter would there
end, but he boys persisted and that
night printed notices were posted all
.ihrough.touu-ttotiounuing thu Ivorere,
as to come off Friday evening. Mr.
Kaley appeared in the "spike-tail"
coat ..nd a white vest, accompanying
it, and as before mentioned de
livered an entcrtaiuing and interesting
Afterward Rev. Maxwell made a
few appropriate remarks, and then
Mr. McNitt stated that it ba been
thought best to dispose of ouie of the
articles sent to the Society, as not
being of much real use to those in
C . '"T !
If,1 T ,,nreUse
lH U i,rntJr "
need, the money received to be Used
of provisions, tc.
called on to a?t as
.iitctiune-r. which he did in such a
uiii-trly inunm-r as to lead us ro think
that he had followed that businesbo
ibre he became rich and rctiied-into
private life as a hotel-keeper. The
auction eaused a great deal of fun.
Taken altogether the occasion was a
success, and every one present appear-
ed well pleased.
Sheriff Bill, put in an appearance
on M"tday morning, aud appeared as
II. J. Milner nd Mr. Vamrhn. of
Goide Roek, called early in the wck.
Chas. Lane, called lost Friday, and
we bad a pleasant chat with him.
Rev. Laitin, preached at the Scho!
house, on Sunday evening, and the
next morning gave us a friendly call.
Abe Garber dropped into town and
out agaiu. before any one coukl Lilk
Thos. Vaughn, of Walnut Cre&,
wxs down to attend the meeting of
Mr. t ook, bridge-buHder, ''Curly'
am! some more of the boTS came down
from Riverton on Monday, and re
mained over untif the next day.
They'll all be down to work on the
bridge in a few days.
A larce number of our friends from !
ait part of the county have called
daring the week, a list of whom would
nearly fill a column. You are always
welcome, and come again whenever
you visit the town.
Our people should remember that
T T. Webb, the mail contractor is
making one trip each week between
here and Jtmiata, in addition to the
number, for which ho receives .com
pensation. In view of this fact he
ought to receive as much of the carrv-
ing business as is possible. At the
best itwill not pay him more ihan ex j
ii Ail 2v-ii-i.
Taken up by the undersigned, Rvisc
on Sec. 20. town I, range ?0r onttbe
23d day of November, InTI. a Texas
Stenr, four years old. white with suiafl
jff aua ccder-b:t S
left ear". i '?, " " J
ThMawnwOrof Ked CToaiJ""7;-r -n 1 T ' V ' - -f - '
Bad Dead, De 10, l$H.
. tbenriM koawu a. ih r.immi.MMi. ( A l HV ' nu 'DHl'T Ftttt 3MlMtt .
l""' "f ' " " ""'US , '"
f -i. m f..ll.,. . L - . .- 1 1
"" w AVJ V1ZS 4VUiiLl kV
nnni a ttr ri ii rwtmA kMAa4
e us, and we hope tlnry will co
oftener and stay longer.
On Friday ereniug nxt rJtere
wHl be a regular cooiatonientioa of
Clmity ijvdce, Nj. A. F. t A. SI.
As it is the time for the Manni elec
tion of officers, it is Itoped every
member will be present.
J. D. Post has fitted njn room
in his stable, for the aecoMiodaiion of
such travellers and teamstrs a are in
the habit of furnishing their own
provisions. This will be n eonvemeuce
that will be appreciated by a great
J. McCallutn, living on See. 32,
town 4, range 11. ha lately had a
well dug, that caps the whole well
business of the county. Mr. I'ettys
did a big portion of the digging. The
well is 172 feet deep, and it took near
ly three weeks to dig the depth men
tioned. The dirt was raied by h;ire-
P'vcr- ' " water was anally
reached, it was tutuw iugrat auii
danee. Thi-J depth is exceptional in
this section of Nebraska.
.L-S. Gilham, Em., of tboIaw
J firm t,f Wilicox it (iillmui, has left his
legal business with bin partner, and i
rusticating for a while, playing the
country pedagogue, bavins; charge of
a school five or six miles north of
Guide Rock. He was in town over
Sunday, and looks as if a chanse of
air wa-? beneficial.
The County Commissioner'' held a
meeting on .Monday and Tuesday. A
great number of road district ami
precinct officers gave the required
bonds, and were sworn in.
Dr. TIuw. B. Williams wislms to
say that all who are indebted to him
musl call and settl by Jan. 1st, eith
er with the cash, or by giving a note.
Rend'the prospectus of that prince of
Monthlies for the young, to-wit: ,S'.
Nicholas. In a few days we will
have a copy to show, and then will
speak of its meri's, unre at length
The prospoctu? Tor Srilmt'rs Mugatiar
will upponr in tJfi iv u inie. The
best Magazines and at the lowest
Look out next week, for bi
advertisement irom D. S. HelrUrn.
"Read it aud you will know what it is
This week wc publish tho pro
spectus of the Chicago Inter-Occnn,
whiehjs. unquestionably the loading
Republican paper qf the north west,
as well as the be-t for general news.
At these times of scarcity we hardlv
expect that many people will subsei iw
"for papers, but to sudii as want a
newspaper, as large as the Urge,t and
cheap as the cheapest, wc cunmeud
the Inter- Ocvtn. We have inudo ar
rangements for reduced r"ates, which
will be given on application.
Once again into our sanctum com
oth the Star Spangled Banner the
December Number, and tho one which
closes its twelth year of suedes. Few
are there who know not this splendid
paper, with its 40 long" column', size
of Ledger, initiated and just cramm
ed with the very best n?aIing Poem-?
Tales, Stories, Sketches Wit, Humor,
and Fun. It also contains the cele
brated ,VR agues Corner" in which
every Swindler Humbug, Quack and
Fran 1 in America has been, is, and
will be Ft ELY exposed. For Ij75
EVERY subscriber receives the paper
fully prepaid and either a pair ef
cbaruiimr "Pr.-irer" Plirortin and in.
'nt Dictionary, Album, Book, or
or choice of twelve premiums any
one being woith MORK tlran price of
the paper, which is only Si. Of) a year.
No paper is more thoroughly estab
lished better known or better liked.
Specimens for H can's. He who fail
to subscribe, &ils to do what he
should do. Semi $1.00 to Banner
Pcp.LlSHlNi; Co. Hinsdale, N. H.
O. W. Dorset.
Capt. IL B. Pbss-iov.
HORSEY & PRESSOR,
Real Estate Dealers.
BLOOMING TON - - - EB.
UarewixUnUrifersnl a tars qoantit?
f "hoi-c mtA in KUrem Nwmsa.
Ala Uut and tail Mstlt 1ntiin xrxl
fy TXa kJf POMTBUfttMU.
& At-atis also eif t Ae wwew
tin tatl cliM itt-r th kmA wl ctel
Land Otice. n4 Serrtarr vfth Ictricr.
5S0SSE 2UCZ, Jar.,
Good Accommodations, Livery and
I). II. Freeman,
JfC.MATA. . - -
Buys and sells Western Securities.
S?" School Bond a Specialty.
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ALL KINDS OF GOODS SOLD BELOW
GE ASS HOP P E R P R IC ES.
GAISa HT JOJffE'S STORE,
Minus 2 Ounces, Best
4 Pairs Grangers Socks for 25 cents.
-JTow is lLinr Time fi5JY BilBA5. !
BEKES'ZElSr & fc'o., Etacl Cloud, ?!.
0. L. BATTLES & CO.
SHELF and HEAVY HARDWIRE,
&ia:trtca Oak msd Kcfij-t.sv Kiovcs.
ALL TIIE VARIETIES OF HKATLXC A NP PARLOR STOVES
A good assortment of
NAIL. RAKES, BOLTS. CORN PLANTERS
' SHOVELS. v SPADE-!. Vol KS
CARPENI'EHS- AND MASON'S' TOOLS PAlNl'S, OILS '
COOPER AND NEWTON WAtlONS, GL. PINW RE
GRAND DKIOUll PLO a ,S. DAVEN'PORI' PI OWH
with U wxl or Inm Beams. with Wool and Iron Beam-!
And Everything needed by the Parmer or Mechuuie.
ilMiie Table and Pocket Cut lor.
0. L. BATTIJiS & CO .
4xniic ISouk, - - -' - -' Nebraska.
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Wo virb to inform the citizen of
Rod Uloud that we have a new -t4fc
ot goods which e ofier at Grangr
Also a choice lot of
TEAS, and TOBACCOES,
PURE WINES and LIQUORS,
3SpecMil attention given toIHs
pensinz of Medicises aod Preacrip-ions-
Qualify mnd in Price.
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BIG COFFEE for $! 00, or
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Red Cloud Retail Market
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Crnolieii Suir, fr a dollar "lb
(Sffee Siuar 7
C t''llre Sugr ........ 7
VeMnw Coffee Sugar..... .H
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Common Prints 10
Brown Detains ...... Uf
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Heavy Brown Ducking .....'2$t:j7
Heavy Boob 'J 90'V S&-4
Light Boot. ...-J "fft
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S. V. Ludlow
h no"w prepared to do aXUittidfcfKoM
The best of maUirblausaajL.
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Done on tibori ooticcaiatryMwll
Price. . i
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