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tHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Notices in thi CvluvtiilO Cents a Line
VT. Tipton. Brownvillc. 17. S. Senntor.
Y. Hitchcock. Oinaba. U. S. Senator.
Lorenzo' Crounc. IieprcseuUiUvc.
FILAS GAttREK. Governor. Lnrol-i.
J. J. GM:r. Lincoln. Sec of State.
J. B Western. Beatrice, Auditor.
II. A. KorniK. Colomfans. Trcarorcr.
J. H. Wcltfter ltric?. Att'y 0n.
J. SI. McKcniie. Lincoln. Sap. Pab. iWlrac.
Geo. 15. Like. O.-naLn. Chief Jiftlce.
Ham'i Mai well. 1'U Uaiouth AS0C110 J u"
J. A. Tulieyr.
E. II. .lone-.
I. W. Tulleys.
II. r. Kill.
II. S. Ksli-y.
L. K. Mutj!el.
W. K. Thorn,
A. M. Hardy. "I
(. W. Kail. V
F. Mattwon. I
Art-lvnl niul lprtrtiirc or Stall
from the JCctt Cloud H. O.
Juniata Leaves Monday's
Weduendav's and Friday 7 a. m.
Mail cloed i p. in. Airive Tues
day Thursday aud Saturday'.; 7 p. iu.
Harvard Leaves Tuesday's and
Friday's f p. in. arrives Tuesday's
nnd Friday's f p. ui. Mail closed
5J p. iu.
Franklin, going: cast, Monday's
and Tlmr.-dayV -! p. rn. Going west
Tuefeday'sa'nd Friday's 10 a. in.
Pleasant Hill leaves Thursdays 6
a. in. Arrives Wednesday's 4 p. in.
Mail eloed 9 p. ui.
Jewell. Kansas, arrives Friday'
VI ui. Leaves Friday 1 p. in.
RrSkEL, KanFa. arrives Thursday's
12 a. uj. Luavfa Thursday 1 p. m.
Office open 'from 4 untiil 0 p. m.
All registered matter tnut be iu
tbe eveuinjr before the mail., leave.
M. H. Mr-Nirr. 1 M.
Services eyery first and third Sab
bath of each month at Red Cloud
end Inavuic. 10 o'clock A. si. at
Red Cloud. 11 o'clock I'. M. at In
uvalc. livery hccond nvi fourth
Sabbaths at Hatin aud Harmony
Precincts. Rev. A. Maxwell,
BAPTIST Cni'RCH. Rev. Thos.
Mt'Xl.ow, Faster. Services ever'
fouith Sabbaih at 7 A P. M.
Sarkatii School every Sabbath
morning at 1 1 A. Si.
,1. Q. Fotter, Fupt.
Prayer Aicetinr Sabbath and Thurs
day evrnir-.g. All held at the bchool
hou.cjut north cf town,
Valentines! Valentines!! At the
Post Office. Couiic and fancy.
Fre-h Oysters, by the can or
-dozen at Geo. Zeiss. Also fresh
bread, pies, cakes, confectionary, &c.
Nice thine? for.the litL'e folks, at
the Po-t O&cc. Call and look at
Host and cheapest assortment of
Stationery in town at the Post Office.
Go io the Post Office for paper,
pens, poucils, tlatcs;. &c. &c
Goto Sherer's fcr your drugs,
Patent medicines &c
Candies, the bcM. and purest in
town, at Geo. Zeiss'.
A fo'.v County Warrar:L wanted at
ceby " Willcox.
Save your money these bard times
by gortiz to W: liens, who will save
jpou money on your taxes.
The P.imcetic Sewing Machine
it cknovledel by all competent
odgr. to be the Lest machine now be
oie the public.
To purchase for Cash, 50 head of
Pprins Calves and Yearlings, 1'rom G
to IS months old. Inquire- of
4 miles Fast of Red Cloud.
, 1Tk:c2 Id Teachsrs.
Notice is hereby given. Tint Twill
examine a!l persons who may desire to
offer them'-elvcs as caudidats for
teachers of the primary or common
school? of the county, at iliy offico in
Red Cloud, on the first Saturday cf
' August, November, February aud
May. n. S. Kalev,
. ?nd to H. H. Johnson, Crct.
r Neb. for circulars of the Domestic
- Seville Machine ; al-otcrms to agents
(C e.) if you mean business and really
'ant an agency.
To vhom it may concern. All per
sons aro lierby uotiGed- that the M. P.
R. R. Company have become tired of
this wholesale slaughter upon their
timber, in the Republican Valley.
And from this timc forward we
propose to protect cur own interests,
and by so doing we think we sh-11
- protect the best interests of the set
tlers, as we are convinced that there is
no timber io the Valley to spare.
" Especially to be drawn out of the State
or cut into lumber, or in any manner
wasted. And we hope ail goot? citi
"Vens will consider these matters carefully-
and lend as their influence to
protect what timber there maybe left.
J. T. LcmainaE,
Land Com'r. M. P. Railway.
Two thousand pounds of pork, at
the Red Clond Meat mariet, for
which 1 "-will pay the highest -cash
.iJS&. Abo some Fat Cattle.
Mark IL Warneb.
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The advertising rates for fpaec ia
The Cuiep for the year 1S75, will be
as To Hows i
One column, per year $75 00
One-hilf column do 40.00
One fourth column 25.00
Rueincfs Cards, S.OO
do when inserted for short
time, per month, 1.50
Local notices (third page) to regu
lar advertisera, 5 cents per line for
Transient notices, per line, 10 eta.
Under the bead of 'Specials'" set
in solid Nonpareil, notices will be in
serted for 25 cent an inch or less for
each insertion. This last form we wish
to introduce to those who want to sell
or buy stock, lahd, or for the general
wants of the community.
Legal notices at Statute rates. At
torneys aud officers of the law will be
held responsible for the legal notices
they hand in.
lodges and other Associations will
be charged 5 cents per line for all
notices not of interest to the general
Standing advertisements and locals
from regular advertisers payable at
the end of each quarter.
m Tran.-itmt advcrtiMjincntf?, aid no
tices from straugers must be paid in
These rates will be adhered to, ex
cept as regards filling contracts.
So person need ask any deduction
or di-count from the above-krates or
Wr. N. Richardson has a large sup
plyofsecd corn on hand, for $1,50
per bushel. 23-m3.
A fresh stock of Dry Goods and
Groceries will be sold at bottom prices
at the Grange Store.
Into is this for High! You can
buy a good pair of kip boots for four
dollars at the Grange Store.
Try some of that good Tea at the
CS-PRINTS ! S&-PIX INTS !
The nicest Prints in town can be
had at the Grange Store.
If you want to get your Stationery
cheap go to the Post Office. 24w4
Granger's, if j'ou want cood tea,
coffee, sugar, and'other grocries, call
at the Grange Store, nest door to the
Post office.'u John G. Potter, Red
Go to Smith & Calvert for Furni
All kind of Dry Goods in large
supply and at reasonable rates at
Garrer & Co's.
Good warm fall and winter shawl?
and dress goods at
G. & Co's.
A full stock of Boots and Shoes,
for the fall trade at
G. & Co's.
Granger's, if you want your
Granger boots and shoes, call at the
Grange Store. John G. Potter.
Kcro-cnc, .'50 cents per gallon Gar
Matches, 5 cents per bos at Garber's.
Lamp chimneys, 3 for 25cts at Gar
bers. Three bars soap, 25 cents, Garber Sc
Soda lOccnts per pound, at Gnrbers.
GOOD NEWS GOOD NEWS.
Fur the Farmers of Webster and
GRANGE STORE IN RED
The store kept by John G. Potter
having been appointed by the County
Patrons of Husbandry wiil find it to
their inteiest to trade at the Grange
Don't forget the place Next door
to the Post Office.
J. G. POTTER, Red Cloud.
A full assortment of ladies shoes,
all the latest varieties at
G. & Co's,
Wanted. ery one to know,
that Berenren & Co., are selling off
their entire stock of Groceries, Cloth
ing Boots, Shoes &c, at.cosL This
is no humbug.
Ladies, call at B. Jfc Co's, and get
a nice dress pattern for 0c. per yard.
Grangers call and see if R. R.
Shcrcr, ain't selling Drugs and Paints,
cheaper than any other house in the
valley, all others know it. Every
Dr. Thos. B. WiHiatns wishes to
say that all who are indebted to him
must call and settle by Jan. 1st, eith
er with the cash, or by giving a note.
Initial, Tinted paper and envelopes
at the Posi Office. 24w4
School crayous for 35ct a bos at the
Post Office. 21w4
If you want cheap reading go to
the Post Office. 2iw4
Wheat, for which the
market price will be paid.
W. N. Richardson.
Notice is hereby given that a special
j session of the Board of County Com-
Hiissioners will be held on Saturday,
February 13th, 1S7 Commncing
at 10 o'clock a. m. fur the purpose of
coudderiDg the question of seed gram
and for the transaction of such other
burtness as way properly come before
them. . J. A. TULLEYS.
Red Cloud Feb. Sth '75. C-ierk.
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Zeiss wiil soon build as addition
to his saloon building and turn the
whole tiling into a bsiery and confec
Hereafter we shall positively de
cline to forward money for subscription
to newspapers or magazines, at all
times we are ready to write the neces
sary letter, for any person desiring us
to do so, but in all cases, the party
must mail bis-own letter and take his
A number of families who left last
fall on account of the grasshopper
have returned, and by the time that
spring fairly opens, they will all be
back and more with them. Three
feet of snow in Northern Iowa and
Wisconsin at this date fine eprwg
weather and farmers sowioj gram iu
Nebraska. The contrast is worthy of
California fever has "struck iu"
in a few cases, and a few of our ctti
sens will start for the Pacific coast as
soon as they can make the necessary
Last night John Barber returned
from the west part of the State, where
he has been on a trapping espedition
with Mr. Metcalf and Charley Barber.
The last two named will be here in a
day or two. Tho party were up the
Red Willow Creek iu the unorganixed
territory and in the south part of Lin
coln count-. Mr. Barber represents
that there arc a number ol cattle
ranches in that section, and that the
herds are in good condition, generally,
though they receive no feed whatever
except the grass on the range.
We are in receipt of the Evening
Star, a .-picy little Miect published at
Lincoln, Neb., by the "Star Printiup
Company." This paper is neat, well
gotten up and full of genuine wit and
keen thrust3 at the existing order of
things, and is deserving of a longer
life than has usually been allotted to
and evening paper iu the Capital city,
Lone way it be
"Twinkle, twinkle little Stir."
The winter term of the Red Cloud
school closed on Friday last. Mr.
Kalrv has nroveu himself to be an
able and efficient teacher.
Mark Warner has stepped down
from the tripod for a few days and the
last we saw of him he was leaving
town with a big book under bis arm,
which is a remiuder that taxation is
Judging from every indication,
Nebraska will receive an uniuallj;
large immigration during tho coming
summer. The world at large knows
that such trials as the state has passed
through only occur ouce in a gener
ation, and to day our sttte stands out
as the best country for new homes aud
cheap lands. '
If a very few of our subscribers
could shove some of those one dollar
bills into our office, we would be
thankful. The times are harrd, but it
cant be that everybody is "'dead
The snow has nearly all disap
peared, and the bright sunshine and
warm days serve to infuse new life iu
to young and old.
The past few days have been
pleasant with a fair promise of an ear
ly spring. In less than a week, the
farmers will be putting the small
grain into the earth, in the hope of
reaping an abundant harvest.
J. F. Smith, of the south part of
this county, returned a few days since,
from West Virginia, where he has
been spending the winter. He thinks
Nebraska is still ahead.
A few pleasant days will give
us all an attack of the "spring fever."
We had it bad the last "sunshiny"
Read our advertising rates care
fully, and then order jut the amount
of space you want, to pay for, and no
Nest week, Mr. Ayers will move
out to his farm, having sold his hotel
some time since. For a long time he
has been the popular landlord of the
C. W. Kalcy, looks just a little
lonesome since he closed "his school,
but it won't take him long to settle
down to business. We know how it
The assessors are at work, and just
for the time being everything is cheap
Jut as soon as we can get time
we shall make out a large number of
bills for advertising &c., and call
around to our numerous' friends and
patrons "vot you thinks, eh?"
Attention Soldiers !
The Bouuty Equalization Bill has
passed and is a law. All old soldiers
entitled to the benefits of this act will
do well to call on the undersigned who
wiil give the matter prompt attention.
WlLLCOX k GlLUASI.
Attorneys at Law.
Red Cloud, Nebnska.
If you want to buy or sell anything,
whatever, advertise it in this column.
Haifa dollar or such a matter thus
invested will pay big interest.
Commissioner Hardy was in
town tliip week.
There is a growing desire, in the
East for information of erery kiai
concerning Nebraska her resources,
soil, climate, &c The Chief is tbe
best medium through which this ia
fonoatioB o& be gained. Subscribe
tor a lew copies to be seat tar
cast cru-fi iends,- -
The breaking up of the ice ba
carried off a number of bridges on tbe
pmall streams throughout the coantjt?
Immigrant wagoas are bcginattjt
to pass through bound to the west.'
Call at this office if you want to
get a bargain in a claim of 160 acres,
with water, and cultivated ground, a
good team, wagon, and agricultural
implements, household furniture, ic
Mr. Phelps, of Buffalo Creek called
yesterday, and we had a pleasant chaL
He is one of the lively farmers of that
The demand for improved lands
will be brisk for the next two or three
months. If you have a claim to sell,
just put a notice of the fact in our
local columns. It will cost but little
and will piy.
Richardson has a carload of corn
p torcd in the building south ofSherer's
Stop and Look !
Rufu3 Mik.-ch having rented the
shop over Mitchell k Moharts' Hard
ware store, is now prepared to do all
kiLds of repairing on furniture, agri
cultural implements, &c Remember
the place. Come early to avoid tbe
crush at the door. , s
Post is driving a big business,
we should judge from the teams that
congregate around his stable every
Sheriff Bill and II. G. Milncr
called to-day just as we were going to
press. Come again.
Our farmers are lively, getting
ready for a vigorous summer cam
paign. A large number took time by
tbe forelock, and prepared their
ground last fall, and those that did so
can now commence putting in wheat.
There is still some difficulty in pro
curing enough seed but piobably all
will be supplied in time.
Any person wishing to purchase
a good quarter section of rand, can
get the best bargain ever offered in
Webster county by calling at this
The bill equalizing bounties has
finally become a law. All soldiers who
served during the Rebellion, including
soldiers' widows, are entitled to re
ceive $5 331 per month bouuty, !cs
the amount already received. I shall
giv special attention to the collection
of these claims, and shall make every
arrangement to promptly collect them.
n. S. KALEY,
Att'y at Lay and Notary Public.
To close out our stock we sell for
Calico, 7? per yard. Best cloth gait
ers $1S5. Boots warranted $4,00.
Mens fdiocs, $1,95. Flannels best,
40 cents per yard. Estra sole leather
60cts. per lb. Sheepskin mitts, OOcts.
We will rent our store with a good
cellar for a very small consideration,
to give a man a chance.
29 tf " J. Berenzen & Co.
I have a store room to rent, suitable
for Hardware or dry goods, situated
in the town of Red Cloud Neb., the
best tiading point on the Republican
river, or I will sell the entire building,
it being a two story building 33x30
feet, the upper story is occupied by
the Chief printing office and a mil
linery shop The lower story was
formerly occupied by myself as a
Hardware, store; being postmaster
here I had to close out as I could not.
attend to both. M. B. McNitt.
Is hereby given that the Board of
Commissioners of Webster Co., Neb ,
will meet on Monday April 19th, 1S75
and continue in session three days, for
the purpose of equalizing the assess
ments for the year 1S75. .411 who
have complaints to enter will please
take notice and govern themselves ac
cordingly. By order of the Board.
J. A. Tulleys,
Tn the District Court of ihe 1st Ju
dicial Distnct, State of Nebraska with
in and for Webster County.
doing business under the
name & style of S. Bruns
wick & Bro., defendants.
The above named defendants will
take notice that the plaintiff in tbe
above entitled action did on the 27th
day of Feb. A. D. 1S75, file his peti
tion against you in the office of the
Clerk of said District Court, setting
forth that the defendant Michael Cook
and Maria Cook gave a mortgage to
plaintiff Patrick Barry on lots one and
two, block 14, in the town of Red
Cloud, in said county to secure the
payment or one hundred and fifty-five
dollars and interest according to a cer
tain note referred to in said mortgage.
That the same Solomon Brunswick,
Hyman Brunswick, doiag business
under the name and style of S. Brans
wick & Bra, claim some interest ia
said premises, under and by virtse of
a ceitaie mortgage gives to tbem by
the saidlefcndaata Michael Cook,
plaintiff asks judgment nn said promo
scry note for $155 00 with ratercst at
10 per cent, from the 20th day ef Feb.
Ib4. ai that said premises be ceid
to Hj tbe same aad tbe defendants
areiHrtifcd that thy aie repaired ta I
otter aad answer said petitk?s oe er
before tkeSth day ef ApriL 1975.
r 3d 5w pf 15. Att'y fa Hfc
23 CLOTS SSS83L TTCTHTflTftS.
The following is a programme of
the exercise of the school exbi- f
bitioa, last Friday Bight. We would
gladly give a more ext ended notice of
each performance ia detail if time
permitted. Suffice to aay the exer
cises were creditable to the school and
showed the careful training to which
they had been subjected under the
efficient instruction of Prof. Kaley.
Singing by the School III go.
Truest Wisdom Mary BeaL
Give to the Poor Vm. Mitchell.
The Old Crow Ida Macotnber.
Katie Lee and Willie Gray Mary
The Wind in the Frolic Corela
Which ia the Bet Emma Smith,
Ccla Garbar. Gerta Sherer, Fredic
Richardson, Corda Sberor, and Mag
The Peddler Charlie Kaley.
Obedience Mary Beal, Elvira
Morning in Spring Eliza Tulleys.
We are but Minutes Ja. Maxwell
Little Chicks Christian Zeis.
Singing bv Choir Happy Farmer.
Tell my Mother Wm. Barber.
The Little Orator O-car Potter.
The Little Shroud Emma Weber.
To Bed Anna Ncff.
Is it Anybody's Business M:ggie
Rooks' Poem Flora Burgen-
Charlies' Dorg Carlie Weber.
Kissing Party Hattie Smith.
Little Iliids Dora Zeiss.
My Pets-Minnie Weber.
Neighbors Eliza Tulleys, Mary
Beal and Martha Brown.
Woman's Rights Charlie Kaley.
Little Birds Maggie Macomber.
Angel Harps Wm. Parks.
The Little Aspirant Fredie Lutz.
Song Billie Grimes Mary Beal,
Time Clara Weber.
The German Orator-Edward Smith.
Singineby Choir Was it Ri ght.
Who Knows James Holdsworth.
The Hcrmitess Leila Bildwin.
Uncle Bobbie Carlie Weber.
Prisoner-Wm. Jackson, Jno. Allen,
Intellect Not Everything Mary
Hummel, Sarah Tullevs, Elvira Mun
sell, Martha Brown. Mary Beal, Eliza
Tulleys, and Alice Rogers.
Song The Pretty Husband Mary
Smith, Emma Weber.
Adams Speech on Independence
Suppo-e Mirtha Brown.
Give the Little Boys a Chance
Mrs. Caudles' Lecture Mary Beal
and Herbert Barber.
Singing by Choir Whistling Far
Little Whim pie Hettie Leach.
The Hindoo Mother Lizzie Weber
Roaiance John Allen-
This World's a Humbug William
Frog Hollow Lyceum Herbert Bar
ber, Prest ; Juo. Garber, Sec.: Eliza
Tulleys, Mary Beal, Elvira Mun-ell,
L;zzie Weber, Geo. Garber, Alva
Wicirins, Frank and Fred Sleeper.
Closing Year Sarah Tulleys.
Singing by Choir ''Good Night."
Richardson has just received a car
load of corn which is offered for sale at
$1 per bushel.
At the residence of W. VanWinkle,
Esq., Red Cloud, by Judge Tulleys,
Mr. Israel Brown, of Red Cloud,
and Mrs. Catharine Tiernet, of
Smith Co., Kansas.
1 he office returns its thanks for the
beautiful cake and wih a long and
happy life to Israel and his bride.
THE NEW YORK LEDGER
. For ninetceen years this Great Lite
raryPaper has been a welcome visitor
at our fireside; and in all that period
not one sentence, line or word, has ap
peared in its columns to which serious
objection could be found. Ofauni
ormly high moral tone, it inculcates a
taste for reading,5ani its young read
ers intuitively learn ro abhor vice, and
to love all that is beautiful and Itrue.
Filled each week with the choicest Po
ems, Stories, Sketches, News Items,
&C it is sure to become indispcmible
to every family in which it finds its
way. Mr. Bonner promises to make
it better than ever for 1875, and what
he promises ha more than fulfills. For
specimen copy address; Robert Bonucr
In the District Court of the 1st Ju
dicial District, State of Nebraska,
within and for Webster county.
doing business upder the
name and style of Bruns
wick &, Bro's.
k Patrick Barry, Deffte.
Tbe above named defendants will
take notice that the plaintiff in the
above entitled action, did on the 11th
day of March, 1875, file tbeir petition
against you in the office of the' Clerk
of the said District Court, setting forth
that the defendant, Michael Cook,
gave a mortgage to the defendants on
lot one, block 14, io the town of Red
Cloud, in said county, to secure the
payment of one hundred and eighty
dollars and seventy five cents ($180.75)
according to six several notes referred
to in said mortgage. That the defend
ant, Maria Ccok has since become the
wife of said Michael Cook, and as such
claims some interest in said mortgaged
premises. That the defendant Patrick
Barry claims some interest in said
mortgaged premises, under aad by
virtue of a certain martiage gixcm to
aim by the defendant. MfcEael Ccok
and Maria Cook.
Plaintiff a-kHJadrmest for theswm
of one blaired aod three dolkrs and
thirty-five cents ($103.35), with mter
eet from the 17th day of March, 1S75;
aad that said mortgaged prcraises may
be sold to satisfy sail aotes aad mort
,& tkaMfcey paired to appear
J wwr aU m.L - , &.
gages, aad tbe said ddeadaats are a-
aad aaewtr sai aa-tkios on er before
tie 2fe day of April, 1875.
H. S. Kalxt,
305w-pf 15 Att'j for Plsicnffi- f
A quarter section or as gocd farta
Ing land as can be found ia the ralley
Forty acres under improvement
RacciniT water and springs el
situated frr stcck purposes, there be
ing a i:ood rancc adjoining. A bar
gain if sold soon. Call at this office.
The LaClede House, in Red Cloud
together with ah tbe furnitarc, abo
stablinr. This popular Hotel is ccn-
trally located well finished and will
be rented on , farwabte lerma, tomes-
II. S. Kaley,
Red Cioud Neb K.tf
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK.
We foci that wo would be doing onr
subscribers an injustice did we not call
their attention to this intrinsically good
Magazine, and charming Chromo, The
Rescue, which is given to each yearly
subscriber. Read the Prostatas, and
if you have never seen a copy of the
Magazine, send 25 cents to L. A. GO
DHY, Philadelphia, Pa , for a copey.
Wines & Iaiquors
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco,
OF ALL KINDS,
Fresh Lager Beer from " Antelope
Brewery, constantly on hand.
RED ULOUD, NEB.
Red Cloud Mill's!
We are prepared to do cus
Flour Feed and
Qoru Meal for Sale.
TSZ ZKZSST XA21Z2T TBZZZ PAID
9St Satisfaction guaranteed in
quality of flour sold, and ccstom
work. Farmers should be particular
to secure the best of seed wheat.
DAILY AST) WEEKLY FOR 1ST5.
The approach of tb Prwidental eSectioD
rires unusual importaoc to the event sol
development of 1V75. We fball eadcaror ta
describe them fallr. fhhfaMjrsl fearlessly.
THE WEEKLY SUN ba now attains
circulation of over seTentjr thousand copies.
Its reader are foan 1 ia erery fcute aad Ter
ritor. z&d it quality i well known to the
public. We shall cot only endeavor to keep
it fully up t) the olds'aadard.but to ia prove
aad add te iu varietr-and power.
THE WEEKLY SU5 wUI orstitsue ta be
a thorough Bewnpapcr. All tbe newi ol toe
day wiil b found ia it. cosdeafed. whea ua
inporfamL at fail leazth wbn of moment,
and alwayf. wetnui. treated ia a dear, ia
terertia ar.d instructive bb inner.
It is oar aim to make the WEEKLY SU.V
the best family sewjpaper in the world. It
will be fall ol ecteruinin? and appropriate
reA-liac of every sort, but will print nothtoc
to offend the mat rcrupuloaf and delicate
Urte. It will always cosfe'.n tbe mott inter
extinx itorie and roaasees r.f the 07. care
fully selected aad ItfMy pristed. ,
Ihe .Agricultural Dprt3t?nt i a promi
nent feature in the WEEKLY 5C.V. and its
article will always be found fresh aad use
ful to the firmer.
Tbe fcumber of men radeesdext ia poli
tics if iacraar. aad tbe WEEKLY SVS
is tieir saacr especially. It heloaas o rs
party, and obeys so dietitian, eoatrodis for
principle, aad lor ra e'eclktn of the test
men. It exposes the orruptioa that di
rrsces the country and threaten the over
throw of republican innitstitms. It has so
fear of knaves, aad seeks so favors trout
The atarkets f everr kid aaw the fus
ion are regularly reported ia its colssas.
The price of the WEEKLY HUS it oa
dollar a vear for a sheet of etrat pace, aad
fifty-tix coluass. As tha bar br bears tit (
expenses or paper asm pr-ata we are aet
able to mke asy dMceust er allow asy pre
miasu to friends who may asake special elvrrts
to extend its drcsiatioa. Under the sew
law. which require pay meat is airaace. c&4
dollar a year, with fe&ty etali the af
prepaid sxxtaje' added; is tb xau f aaa-seriptkos-
It m aot as : ess ry.te get. up agimh
isorperto have the ffiXlvLY bQ at this
raic Anyone who sesiw one dTLu aad
twenty eeati will cet the paper. paetaaH.
for a year.
We have" bo JraveHiar agtmttL
lW Weekly ew.-Etsht pace'. ssy
siz cetasss .paly a year, ecataae
... m.mmmn jramtM
acir -paper of tsresttv-.i(a
crraisn wear lay.
j, c. WARNER, Prop
Is always ready to attend to and make comfortable hu patron.
This Hotel is cutircly new, hiving been fitted up for th expre porpomi
cf the traveling public
gTAGE t.kWKS FOR THE RAILROAD ON MONDAY. WHDNKS-
DAv AND FUDAY OF HVCH
! Claim tt Have the BEST STABLE West of Lincito
Always keeping on hand a gixd supply of
HAY AND G R A 1 N,
Also a good conveyance Car the purpOiO of coaveyioj? pacwrer frosc thr
place to any other at reasonable ra'tis.
lied Cloud, iVebriwikinv
0. L. BATTLES & CO.
SHELF and HEAVY HARDWARE,
AGENT FOR THE
atfM11" WOKaJ 1) ePa 'Jr- t5s7Bsai
pPVr m?y jRjaMaaT-K- f&f 'H
A JmaWlaBaLaT''wfBdHt aVeV
WM. ANSON WOOD MOWER,
Hover JExceisior Reaper 4Jolnbinc4,
With Dropper or Self Raise.-
THE NEW M A.N"N"llSrG.
THE I. X. L. DRILL.
Buckeye Drill, Superior Uromcn$ti
&dert Fountain City Seeder.
PADOO SULKY n Y RAKE. SI'Y HAafROW.
And all FARMING MACHINERY at Graiifle Prices.
A f A 3Baw
Also Victor Bromkin Ploitf.
Charter Oak and AIlpne 8iovefi
ALL THE VARIETIES OF 'HEATING AND PARLOR STOVES.
A-good assortment of
NAILS, KAKE3, BOLT-?. CORN PLANTER?,-
SHOVELM. - SI'ADES. fURIW
OARPENTKftS AND MASONS TOO I A FAINTS, OILS,
COOI'BR AN!) NEWTON U'.ViONS, GLASS. TINWARE
GRAND DKroUR l'UJVS, DA VKNFOKT PLOWS
with Wood or Iron Dcara. with WooJ au-J Irua ffrrsmy
And Everything necd-d by the Farmer or 3Icchamc.
Fine Table and Pocket Cutlery.
O. L. BA1TLES & CO.,
THE Undertisned will kaveRady tir telivVy, Aril
15, 1875, at hitjResideiite in
CLOVER TON, WebsterCounty Meb
iLL KINDS OF
FRUIT AND FOREST
f a Qakiat to Sc Pwfewaam, rfkZxv(lSu "
WEFIK AT 7 0'CIXCK A. M.
WfUJOIf. Ciwrimir: JMrS
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