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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
WEDNESDAY MABCH 10,1875.
St. Nicholas for
- A Book for Boys and Girls.
Of thi book Cfcarlea Bmtly Waraer
" "In the fconnd volume of St. IfieMao with
iU glory of red and oId. we bare a perma
nent addition to the literature or the yutin-.
Nerer before has to much literary and and
artUtie talent co-operated in the service of
children. It is a continual educator of their
Usteond of their honor and courage. I do
aot see bow it can be made any better, and
if the children don't like it, I think it is time
to begin to change tbe kind of children in
St. Nicholas for 1875.
The prospectus of the second volume shows
that there is to be no falling off, but an in
crease in iu literary and pictorial attrac
tions. Among the other attractive features
Ttto Splendid Serial Stories,
"The Young Surveyor"
by J. T. Tbowbeidgc, author of the Jack
Hazard Stories, etc,
by Louis i M. Alcutt, author of "Little
The peculiar features of St. Niehlat, which
liavo conduced so largely to its popularity,
will be kept up with spirit:
Short and easy stories in FKESCII,
OtKMAS, AXD LATIN for translation
will appear occasionally, while, JacU-lH
Vise attdUle Baa will continue to be lull
of interest, and the department for qery
young reader will bo enlarged.
lijyard layior ana otuer distinguisnca
travellers ill give Stories of Foreign Coun
tries. Mr. Rideing will continue his series of de
lightful and instructive Fapeis on 1'ractical
Mr. Bartlett and others will attend to the
department of JIoiuc Jctcrtainmcuts, Tub
Jiaux, Vivants, etc,
New writers, in addition to onr present
large corps of contributors, will give young
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NEW DRUG AND
Red Coud, - - - ATeb.
We wkh to inform the citizens of
ltcd Cloud that wo havo a new stock
of goods which we offer at Granger
Consisting of y
Also a choice lot of
TEAS, and T0BACC0ES,
PURE WINES and LIQUORS,
JSpccial attention given to Dis
pensing of Medicines and Prescrip
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WARE ROOMS. OPPOSITE'THB COURT
Omaha and Lincoln miccs
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HASTINGS, --- NEB.
Prompt attention civen to Coliectioaajtffi-
The andenisaed aw jast completed kit
Aad famished it with a Fall Snnply of
BOOTS, SHOES, FANCY
Ip&rpotetoMlluLOWaa tha LOWEST.
M. 9f RATTO.
A Zaser r tbe !&, a Friend
Farmer and Zndnstnal Classes.
1 A BEAUTIFUL
dlvea f Kvarx Mafcaerlfcer.
This picture represents Coat. Oliver H.
Perry in the act of passing from one ship to
another in smalt open boat, during tbe heat
of the battle, exposed to the fire of the enemy.
It Measures 16 bj 22 1-2 Inches,
llr fin -
is andoubtedlo the most di-iable chromo ev
er offered a a premium. Iriru'c copirs of it
sell at S3 00. U e have it a great outlay se
cured the exclusive control and sale of it.
and therefore arc enabled to present it to our
patrons as above.
The hNQUIKKR still stands pre-eminent
aa first-cla-J Newspaper. Its various de
partments allotted t j
And Qencrrl News.
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ana a variety of reading that ranuot fail to
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direct to us.
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and wnere none are yet appointed. let some
ol our friends apply for the agency.
FARAN & McLEAN. Pub's,
D. W. DALT0N, - - - Prop.
This hall hs lately been fitted up with ta
bles of the best manufacture.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Ciitars at the bar
G. D. PROCTOR. Proprietor,
The Traveling Public Will find this Hotel to
be first class in every respect.
Cnrriage runs daily to Belviccre, the
onarestHtation on the St. Joe Jc D. C. R. R
City Meat Market.
MARK H. WARNER,
Ilaa juet oprncd a Meat Market on
Webster Street, next door wnith of
Park's Shot Ship where bo will keep
and sell Iresh meats of all kinds.
HIGHEST MRKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEF C TTLB. HOGS,
1 WD HIDES.
Red Cloud. - - - - Neb.
T. R. LEE,
Hastings, - - - Nebraska.
This establishment has jnst been fitted up
in Kooi style, and is just tbe place to enjoy
a fame of Billiards.
The best supplies at the bar. 49-Cm
7. S. Jflr.Intire,
La'.e Cashier 1st Nat Bank. Clarinda. Iowa.
HASTINGS, - - - NEBRASKA.
Exchange bought and sold on all
cities of the United States and Europe.
COUNTY ND-SCHOOL BONDS
Bought and Sold.
References by Permission :
B. F. Allk5. President Cook Co. National
N. B, JtoEsi. President First National Bank,
Clarinda. Iowa. -.-,.
Jobs BicaBHAM. Cashier Pacific national
Bank. Council Bluffs. Iowa.
C. C CARFKkTEK. Governor State of Iowa.
C. Lixdbjuiax, Clerk Superior Court, Iowa.
E. H JONES,
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
USD CLOUD, WESSTS2 C0VKT7, N2S.
Particular attention riven to Re
pairing Fine Watches and
I. W. TVLLElft,
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
OSce 3d door Soatl of Court House.
leaideset Oat 1CI lie, tf 2ed Clrai
T. T. WXB3, Proprietor.
Regalar trips will be made betweea
JUNIATA auHl RED CLtUD,
I;afcaBbeiiTi ci to carry ptsseuetrf
MM Uw days aieatioaed, laarinc Red
ClMi at6 A satOB 3foMlajs, WesJeMa
JmsmmI Friiara. Lainr Jaajata.
vfk ' A- Jf., c TMtdays, Tharssiajc
J. G. POTTfiR
Taket this method to Inform the Public that ht hat Just
opened up a new and complete Stock tf
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES.
Contittiito tn part of
CALICOES, DARK, LIGHT k PINK,
CHAM Bit EH. DKLAINKS. LAWNS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS k LINING?.
CORSETS Jt SKI U IS, VAILS A GLOVES.
HLKACHKI) AND UNRLKACHEU MUSLINS
TABLE LINENS. 4 TOWELING.
PANTS, OVERALLS A SHIRTING,
BOOTS A S1IOSS, HATS A C1PM,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLOUR MEAL & BACON-
And everything usually kept in a First Class Dry Goods & Grocery Store.
-T. G. Potter.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD I
Kccpa constantly on haud the largest stock of Dry Pine Lumber in the
and all kinds of
Our stock is well selected and purchased direct from the rafta, and will be
sold as low as the lowest.
O. O. OL,IJEMt
NEW HARDWAEE STORE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MITCHELL & MORttART
Havo opened a new storo and havo
HARDWARE, Cutlery, .Curpenter anil
COAL and WOOD STOVES. We have also a Tin Shop connected
with our Store. We nianufacturo Tio, Copper Si Sheet Iron Ware.
Our Stock is LARGE and well assorted, and we will deal as low as any
house west of Lincoln.
Call and See Before
Opposite the Lumber Yard.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
PINE LUMBER, LATH, SHINCELS
Lime, Tarred Paper, Etc-
nd every Article usually kept in a First Claw Lumber Yard.
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Variacftaeaa alafta Staato k anaacaa
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Wuh ta isfsna the paWie tint er tare
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List, aad win ea haada
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