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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA-
Notices in thi Column 10 Cents a Lint
W. Tipton. BrownviHc C.S.?5ator.
W. Hitcfceocte, Omaha. L. a. Senator.
Lerenxo Crooase. Representative.
FILA? OARBER. Govrnor. Lincoln
J. J. Gojper. Lincoln. Sec of State.
J. E We-tcrn. Beatrice. Aolitor.
H. A. Ko-nur. Ocln&bu. Treorcrer.
J. K. We bter Btncc Atty Oea.
2. M. ilcKcsiic. Lincoln. Sup. Pub. Iasrrac
Cm.B. Lake. Omaha. Lhitl 1 astice.
Dan'lOastt. Nebraska CitT.t i.,..,. J-,
KataT Maxwell. Plymouth 1 .. j-e J
I. A. Tnlleys. Cocntr Herk.
E. H. Jnnei, . Trea-urer.
I. W. Tulltys. Probate Jutee.
II. C. Hill,
li. S. Ksley.
C a Om.
W. K. Thorn,
A. M. lUrdy."l
G. W. Rail, r
F. MaUeMi. I
Coasty Surrejor i
Arrival ntirf Dconrtnre of 91
rrotn tbc Ret! Cloud I0.
Juniata Leaves m Monday's
Wednesday's and Friday 7 a m.
Mail closed 9 p. ra. Ainve Tue--dayTharsdayaudSaturday.-7j.
Harvard Leaves Tuesday s and
Friday's 6 p. :n. arrives Toe-day's
and Friday's 5 p. m. Mail closed
5 p. ni.
Franklin, goinc east, Monday's
and 'I imrsday's 2 p. o. Gotnc weft
Toesday's and Friday's 10 a. hi
Pleasant Hill leave Thursday-6
a. ui. Arrives Wednesday's 4 p. ui.
Hail closed p. in.
Jewell. Kana, arrives Friday's
12 in. Leaves Friday 1 p. m.
RussEL, Kama?, arrive? Thorsdiy's
12 a. m. I-eaves Tlur-dny 1 p. in.
Office open from 4 uotill G p. m.
All rrcislered matter mu-t he in
tie evening before the mails leave
M. II. McN'tTT. P. M.
Service every first and third ab-bath-
of ench month at lied Cloud
and Inavale. 10 o'clock A. -M at
Red Cloud. 2 o'clock p. M at In
aale. Every second and tourth
Sabbaths at Uatin and Harmony
Precincts. Rkv. A. Maxwell
BAITIST CHrUCH. Rev. Thc.
Mt'XLow, Factor, erv:ces every
fourth Sabbath at 7 P. SI.
Sabbath School every Sabbath
moruing at II A. M
J. Q. I'otter, Sop:.
Prayer meeting Sabbatii and Thurs
day evenings. All heltl at the school
houejut north of town.
Kero-ene, SO cents per gallon Gar
ber k Co.
Freh Oytcr-, by the can or
dozen it -Geo. Zeis AIo fresh
fereadpicst cakes, confectionary, &c
Nice thine for the litt'e folk, at
the Post Office. Call and look at
Iet "and chcapt assortment of
Stationery in town at the Post Office.
Go to the Post Office for paper,
pens pencils-, slates. &c Ac.
Go to Shcr.-r's for jour drugs,
Patent medicines &c
Candies, the twist and purest in
tort, at Geo. Zeis-.
A few County Warrant wanted at
ace by " Willcox.
Save your money these hard times
fay going to Wiileos. who will tave
you money on your taxe.
The Domestic Sewintr Machine
b acknowledged by all competent
udg?s- to be the best machine now be
ore the public
To purchase for (AS!l, "0 head ot
Spring Calves and Vearltnps from 5
to IS months old. Jnouin of
4 miles Ea-t of Red Clqud.
Notice i hereby given. That I will
riming ill iicrnns wlm mav rftsir to
ofler tbemlves as candidates for
teachers of the primary or common ;
chools of the county, at my office in i
Red Cloud, on the first Saturday tf
.August, .November, Fehruarv and
Nay! H. S. Kaley, 1
Co. Superintendent, j
Send to H. H. Johnson. Crete,
Kebv fiw "cirtmlars of-tne Demotic
Sewing Machine; also terms to agents
L r.) if you mean business and redly
1 wnt an agencj.
To whom it may concern.
sons are herby notified that the M. P. (
R. R. Company have become tired of .
this wholesale" slaughter upon tbeirj
timber, in the Republican Valley, j
And from this time forward we
propose to protect oar own interests,
and by so doing we think we sh II
protect the le?t interests o? the set
tlers, as we are convinced that there is J
no timber in the Valley to spare, j
Epecial!y to be drawn out of the State
or cut into lumber, or ra any manner
wasted. And we hope all good citi-
xen will contder these matters care-
1 fully and lead5 as their infiuence fo
lirotect what timber there may be left-
J. T. LOTiRJDGE,
Land Cod'r. 51. ?. Railwav.
Two thou-saad pounds of pork, at
the Red dond Meat market, for
-wfcich 1 wTJl pay The Irish each
AIso soaae Fat Cattle.
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The advertising rites for pace iu
The Chief for life rer !g75. will be
One column, per yaf
One-hiif columa do
One fourth colama
do wheo iaerte'l for short
time, per month, 1.50
Local notice third page) to regu
lar adverti-era, 5 ccati per !foe for
Transient notice?, per Irne, 10 cts.
Under the head of ''Special'" set
o solid NonpareiL notices vrill be in
serted for 23 ccr.U an inch or less, for
each insertion. Thb last form we wirh
to introduce to those who want to fell
or buy stock, land, or for the general
wants of the community.
Legal notices at Statute rate. At
torneys and oScera of the law will be
held responsible for the legal notices
they hanjj in.
Lr.dge-and other Associations will
be charged ." cents per line for all
i noueea not oi interest to tne general
Standing advertisements and locaU
from regular advertisers payable at
the end or each quarter.
Tran-ieut advertisements, and noj
tices from strangers 'tncft be paid in
Th?c rate will be adhered to, ex
cept a regards Slin:j cootr-iets.
Xo rerson need -a-k any deduction
ordt-cmnt from the above rates or
W. N. Uichard-on has a large sup
ply of seed corn on hand, for $1,50
per bushel. 23-m3.
NEW GOODS f
A freJi stock of Dry Goods and
Groceries will be sold at bottom prices
at the Grange atore.
flow i thi 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
The nicest Prints in town can be
had at the Grange Store.
If you want to get your Stationery
cheap co to the Post Office. 24 w4
Granger's, if you want cood tea,
coffee, sugar, and other groene,-, call
I at the Grange Store, next door to the
IW office. John G. Potter, Red
Go to Smith k Calvert for Furni
All kind of Dry Goods in large
Mply and at reasonable rates at
Gabber k Co's.
Good warm fall and winter shawls
and dress poods at
G. & Co's.
A full stock of Boots and Shoes,
for the fall trade at
G. k Co's.
Granger's, if you want your
Granger b-ion and shoes; call at- thr
Granse Store. John Oi Potter, p
Matches, 5 cents per box at Garber's.
Limp chimneys, 3 for 25cts at Gx
bcr. Three bars soap, 25 cents, Garber k
Soda 10 cents per pound, at Garber.
GOOD NEWS GOOD NEWS.
For the Farmers of Webster and
GRANGE STORE IN RED
The store kept by John G. Potter
having been appointed hy the County
Patrons of Husbandry will find it to
their interest to trade at the Grange
Don't forget the place Next door
to the Post Office.
J. G. POTTER, Red Cfoad.
A full assortment of ladies shoes,
all the latest varieties at
G. i Co' 5,
Wanted. Every-one to know,
that Berensen fc Co., are selling off
their entire stock of Groceries, C'.oth-
ing Boots, Shoes &c at cost This
is no humbug,
Ladies, call at B. k Co s, and get
a nice dress pattern for 9c per yard.
grangers call and see if R. R.
Sbercr, ain't selling Drug and Paints,
cheaper than any other house in the
valley, all others know it
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Dr. Thos. B. Williams wishes to
sav that all who are indebted
; oiU'-t call and settle by Jan. 1st, cith-
Initial, Tinted raperacd envelopes
& ? OSce. 24w4
School cravens for 35ct a box at thfc
Post Office 21w4
If you want cheap reading go to
the Post Office. 24w4
A quarter section of a good, farm
ing land as can be found In the valley
Forty acres andcr iaproveaeat
Runsing water and springs Weil
situated for stccV purposes, there be-
i ins s rood ranre adjoining. A bar-
gain if sold soon. Call at this office.
Stop and Lotk !
Rufos Miksch having ared the
sSop over Mitchell Moharts" Hard-
j ware store, k sow prepared to do all
1 Kinds of repairing oa furniture, agri-
cultstal ittpleateaU, 4c fiemeaaber
.v. j i- . -.3 .t-
the place. Cosae early to avaid the
i crash' at the- Soar.
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-- W. E JackKA will pt ia over
oseTBtxircd'acre f tmU pilc
Work oa the brewery vrill be cora
menccd ia a few days.
Lat week Mr. Ontl:Ts:te txd b
daughter, Mrs. Ed. Kellcgg. started
for Ohio on a visit.
-McNitt has sent for sweet potatoes
and will have a supply of plants for
sale in due season. ,
The seed grata sent oat by the
State Granre ha been received and ts
We will bet a hat that more teaaw
pas through Red Cloud, than any
other town of its site in the State.
Sherer brajr on that "fine cut"
tobacco, and will wcign it oat in any
quantity to suit purchasers.
T. T. Webb, the popular land
lord of the Jacobson lloae, Jwwla.
came down and remaised over Sun
day. On Tacsday night there was a
very pleasaat surprise parrt- at M. B.
MeXitt'a, In hoDur of Miss Elvira
About one thousanJ bushpJs of
seed grain from the State Grance Aid
S ciety has been received. In the
distribution no person will receive
more than ten bushels.
The Republican City Noes, is one
of the liveliest papers in the Valley.
Full f life, wit and home news, it de
serves the support it will doubtless get
in that locality.
Immigration is on tlie increase,
and every day a score or more of white
covered wagons may be sen pasting
throuzh to the south and west.
b Read the advertisements they
arc all interesting, and besides show
the progress of the trade and growth
of the town and county.
We respectfully protest that
something is wrong with the mail
service, when it take twenty-six days
for a paper to rench us, published
within a hundred mile.
The Crete Post was formerly one
of the be;t paper in the State and
will be again a soon as some ever
laninc quarrel between its patrons is
Pleasant spring weather-revery-body
sowinc wheat and getting ready
to make gardens. Who woulJ'nt live
The District Convention to nomi
nate candidate? for the Contitutionil
Convention comes off at Hastings next
On Saturday last the town was
full of citizens from various parts of
the county, many of whom, were here
to attend the County Convention.
Be sure and attend the school
meeting one week from next Tuesday
night. We call attention to this mat
ter thus early in order to keep it be
fore tbe people.
Yesterday we had a pleasant chat
with Mr. Holmes, of Franklin, and
partner of Geo. Buck, Esq., of same
place. Mr. H. has lately come to the
valley from Lamoile county, Vctmont.
Mr. Burton, of Willow Creek wa
in town on Monday. lie has b ea ab
sent dirinc the pat winter, tcachinc
in Washington. Mr. Burton has the
reputation of being one of the best
teachers in the State.
Read the advertisement of O. L.
Battles & Co., in another column, at
present they are the only dealers in
their line in the county, and will seli
anything from a garden rake to a
j threshing machine, at the lowest liv
ing rites. Call on them at Guide
It is to be hoped that the attea
tion of our farmers will be given to
growing a variety of products. There
i no one thing more profitable than
broom corn, if well cultivated. Ex
perience has demonstrated that this
docs well in Nebraska, and we know
that the price is remunerative. Give
it a triaL
Last week Dr. Fetz, of Batin, re
turned after an absence of over two
months io the east, where he went in
the interests of his district. While
absent he collected over a car-load of
seed grain, and between $200, and
$330 in money. He has done a good
work for his section, which the people
ought to appreciate.
Dr J. E. Hawley, of Oak Creek
precinct, spent a lew days ia towa
during the past week
The Doctor is
a gentleman of education acd extcn-
I sive information, and we hope be can
te muueca to inie a
tlement in our town.
J. Q. Potter will at once proceed
to repair tie dam across the Republi-1
can, bat it will take considerable time.
and a great amount of hard labor to t
replace the break, which is ne rly one
hundred and fifty feci in length. He
has advertised for a thousand loads of
willow brash. For further informa
tion inquire at the mill
Rev. Well of Stillwater called
last week and left a marriags notice
tor publication. By some meaaa it
has been mislaid, and the most careful
search has bcea unavailing. If desired
we xriU pabSsh the notice upoa secar
ing a duplicate. We tender oar
apologies to Mr. Wells
Mr. Ayers kas retorted ta lav
farm in the west part of the covetr.
For a long-tree past be has bees tke
landlord of the LaCIede House, warck
hotel he ba? aad owned rjstii aut
fjU, when ke escaaae n for noai'e
.Hropertj ia leaeessee. He has
t ,aedatiBe aeirBhar. n. w TZ
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j l .."' ; - --i
. racs, ib bis aancttitaral aacmav-
Tt fka, TL.TH : 'hT tW ILlr
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Uharcn. aad lorsterrj aer at mm
place, now of JanUil, aade as a rim
oftkrec or four days derarioa. Sa
day eveuioe ke prcched to a eroWed
honse. While reaidic? at tkk place
Mr. Reily gaiaed the coafideaea and
respect of the eatire coataoaaaity, aad
k w renerally desired aad toped tkat
the next conference will rtimrn him to
this field of labor.
We wish to inforai some of oar
gcodnatured yoaa frienda that a
printiag office b ot j'ist exactly tae
proper place far whi-tling , singing or
general "cattiBg up." The boys are
always welcome, but too much noise
is fata! to the art of tyne-settine. As
this jrenerally aries more
tfeaughtlessnes than any deaire to be
offensive, we hopeTbis hjit will be
Yesterday we took a look through
fw. Tf.nslT Hraro and ator
store of Messrs Mitchell & Morbart,
and was surprised at the amount of
stock there di-played. Their assort- i
ment of shelf hardware is large aad
ell se'ected tut the specialty seenas
to be stoves and tinware. Both these
gentlemen are practical workman, and
manufacture everything in the line of
tin, copper and sheet-iron ware, a
large stock of which is always kept os
hand. The assortment of ttove, is
the largest we have ever aeeo ia a
country town. We are pleased to
learn that their business is extensive
and on the increase.
It is represented to us that the
' timbsr alonr the creek valle s south of
the river is being rapidly cut and car
ried off, mostly by the citizens of
Smith and Jewell counties, Kanas.
Thi; timber question is one that affects
every one ia Webter county, and
some method shocld be dcvL-ed to
preserve what there is, or at Ieait, to
-ecure some of the benefits at home.
It has been suzcestcd that there would
be a coo 1 speculation for some one, in
buying up the railroad lands on which
timber ts growing, and divide it into
small tracts, and cell to the settlers.
This would bo a good plan, and if car
ried out would be a general benefit.
As long as our own citizens get the
benefit of the timber lands we have
nothing to say, but do protest against
furnishing Kansas with fusl and build
ing material, free gratis.
'It never rains, but it pours."
This was our rcflectiou as we opened
and took a "squint" at the seventh
poetical contribution that has been re
ceived since the last issue of this
paper, each of which was accompanied
with an urgent request to '"be tare
and publish this week." Inasmuch
as the list wou'd make something over
a column of nonpanel, and we wish to
show no partialitv, we decline the
whole list. A moral reflection or two
may not be out of place here. In oar
short but very illustrioa'C?)- career as
the editor of a county newspaper, we
have learned a few thines conccrnios4
poetiaaLvcatitrilMtions?" In the' first
place, we. may get half a dozen or
more in a single day, and then not see
another for six months. To give one
the p'reccdence in publication, is to
mortally offend all the others, and
juin proportion as the production is
totally unfit for publication. jut so
much more wrath is poured out on
the unlucky editor who refuses to
publih. The crcat majority" of so
called poems sent into the country
office, are gotten up without the least
regard to measure, rhyme, or sene.
and if published would reflect no cred
it upon the paper or author. Second
ly, very many young persons do not
distinguish between ryhme and true
poetry, thinking that if they can con
struct a "verse" that will "jingle" it
is a proof of genius, that will soon
bring them up to the level with Long
fellow or Tennyson. After giving
this subject due consideration, wc
have deliberately resolved, that if any
one hereafter sees a poem in the
columns of this papr, he may bet his
last nickle that it has been copied
from some other publication. In
other words we decline any and all
original poetry hereafter, without even
taking the trouble to read it.
2T5W X4S2L03S It TH3 U5LSD2
On Monday H. G. Bill, lately of
Guide Rock precinct, took poseeon
of the IrtClede House, and will here-,
! after be the landlord of the sase.
Mr. Bill has heretofore had large ex
perience in the hotel business aad ia
teads to make his hotel the best ia the
valley. It will take a few days yet to
get everything "fixed" but in the
meantime he is ready to receive all
comers, and provide good aceommoda
uo&s to the rasse, as Red dead ia the
past has supported two good hotel,
we may beassored tfcat Mr. BiS will
"be successful, in the future Biaaage
Richardson has just received a ear
i load of corn whick is offered for smk at
$1 per basheL
Zt&x Far Isssal d SUtriit
The Ataaeal Neericg .of School
District No. 2 of Webster Caaaty,
JfelBska, for the E4eetioa of Sahodl
Distfet Oficers, aad for the traasa-1
deaf of sach other baaaess si say
, ,.M - ' , -, ,- v ,".
lawraByeB before it, wiU U hehi
at the Sckeal Bease ia Red Otaa aa
Moaday the ffth day ef April IftS'at
j 2 o'clock a. - Dated thk I&th aajj
I of March 1875. lr W. Tullxts,
Ta doie oat or Hock we Sell for I
Cafi, 7 pet taJ. Bet ekfc a-i-er
IS5. BJot warraBted $4,00.
.Mccs Jjcel, 5f,95. FTaaseL best,
40 ccata per yard. . Extra wle leather
COct. per lb. Sneepskia miu, 9Ts.
We will rent car store with a pood
rellar for a very Kaall consideration.
to give a man a chance.
S9 tf J. Berenzen A Co.
Is hereby given tltat the Board of
CoBsmissioner of Webster Co , Neb ,
wi'J meet on Moady April 15th, 1S75
and continue in .- three days, for
I purpose of eijuaKirng the a-se-
QMntsfor the year Is. a. .411 who
have comphunt to enter will pleae
take notice and overa themselves ac-
J aordingly. By order of the Board
J. A. TCLLEVS,
1 -vL have for a!et broom cru seed, of
the beat quality. Price $200 per
j baheL Will enter into coatrac: with
anyone wishing to plaat, to prepare
the brush for market in the best man
ner, as 1 have ihe latest improTed ma
chinery for that purpose. Address,
31 tf Wells, Web.cr Co., Neb
In the District Court of the lt Ju
dical District in and for Webster Co.,
Lei Moore, )
John Komer. I
The above named defendant will
take notice that oo the 23d day of
March 175, the plaintiff Levi Moore
did file hi petition iu the office of the
Clerk of the District Court in and for
Webster count, Neb., setting forth
that on the 21Uh day of June H74.
the said defcudant made executed and
delivered hiu promis-ory note to plain
tiff for the um of $JSi 4S, due on or
before Sept 1st, 1S74, with intcrc-t
at the rate of 10 per ceot. per anumn.
i That a- a consideration of said note
plaintiff executed and delivered to you
a certain title bond 'or lot II and 12,
block 2, in the town of Red Cloud,
Nebraska conditioned that upon the
payment of said uote with interest,
the said plaintiff would execute a deed
of warranty for the same.
Said ietitiou prays a judgement
against 3-ou for the sum of t3a,.4:
with 10 per cent interest from Jut-e
2(Jth, li74, also a foreclo-eure and
cancellation of said bond and a sale of
said property to satisfy raid amount,
interest and coats. Ycu are also fur
ther notified that you are required to
appear and answer said petition on or
btrore the 3rd Monday-after the 23rd
day of April 1575.
H. S. Kaley.
32 5 $12. Att'y for Plaintiff.
in the District Court of the 1-t Ju
dicial District, State of Nebra-ka with
in aad for Webster County.
Patrick Barry, 1 -ra
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x MiAtel f :
31 aria Cook, j
Solomon Brunswick, -
doing business under the
name k style ofS. Bruns
wick k Bro , defendants. J
The above named defendnnts will
take notice that the plaintiff in the
above entitled action did on the 27tb
day of Feb. A D. 1375, file his peti
tion against you in the office of the
Clerk of raid Di-trict Court, setting
forth that the defend tot Michael Cook
and Miria Cook gave a mortgage to
plaintiff Patrick Barry on lots one and
two, block 14. in the town of Red
Cloud, in sail county to secure the
payment of one hundred and fifty-fire
dollars and interest according to a cer
tain note referred to in said mortca?e.
That the same Solomon Brunswick, i
Hyiuao Brunswick, doing business
under the name and style of i. brans
wick & Bro., claim some interest in
said, premises, nnder and by virtue of
a cettain mortgage given to them by
the said defendants Miehael Cook,
plaintiff asks judgment on said promo
sory note for $155 00 with interest at
10 per cent, from the 20: h day of Feb.
1S74, and that said premises be sold
to pay the same and the defendants
are notified that they are required to
offer and answer said petition on or
before the 2Ctb day of April, 1S75.
H. S. Kaley,
30-5w pf 15. Att'y for Plaintiff.
In the Distriet Ceart of the 1st Ju
dicial District, State of Nebraska,
within and for Webter county.
v 4oiag boMaesa order the
came and style of if runs
wick & Bro's.
: M.chxel Cook,
k Patrick Barry, Delfts. J
, - The above aamed defendants wii4
take notice that the plaintiff in the
above entitled actios, did oa the ilth
day of March, 1875, file therr petition
against you in the oSce of th Clerk
of the said District Court, setting forth
that the defendant, Michael Cook,
gave a mortgage to the dtfendacts on
tot oae, block 14, in the town of Red
Cload, n Mid couaty, to secare the
payaect of one bandnrd and eighty
dollars aad aereaty five eeats (fISO.75)
accordiBc to six seven! Botes referred
to in said soitgags. That the defend
tat, Maria Cosh ha aioce beccxe th:
wife of said Michael Cook, aad as scch
claims sosae iacerest rasrii avortnzed
Lpreaiues. laat tae dersadaat ratnek j
Barry ckia sese rateret ia said
aaortg ged preoies asder aedby
Tinae o a ccrrua aiorxifxje gives to
hiaibytae deJesriaat Mick ad Cook
aad Maria Cock.
PJaiatiff asks jadgaiear for thesaaa
ef ose haadred asd three dollars aad
drtT-w ve eeats ($103.35Lwnh later
i -T" ?."" OT?- l
r"" that aard Bwrtgatstt preawses
he aald to mads 4 aotcai
xmtk, adthe mU aeleaaants are's
ibbuJ that they are reqaired to appear
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af AariL 1675-
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' Ftrry ! Firry!!
New Terry at GL Bt Good!
croseisf It aC tiate. t
i 32 tf Wx. Montooct
Seeif SMi! Stei! I j
A. M. Talbou of Guide Rock, has
about two hundred bssbela of wd
whea:, fifty iB'hel oL, tea baheLi
I ?rrmg rye. aad one hundred bubel
of pure Early Rae aad Early Yark
Potatoe for :!. Sa3ple of the
grain at Coc'c'ty Trea2rcra office. Red
Two two horse com planters for tzi
cheap, to eloe out my stock of Agri
22 tf. M. B. McNirr.
Dr. Will'ams wihe tt give bo
tice that ail account due previoas ti.
January last, will be put in the nad
of a collector, if not paid April 1L
32 if T. B. Williams
There will be a Teachers Intiute
held in Red Cloud on Thursday and
Friday. April 22d and 23d. 1S75. All
teacberr aad other iatercsted of thi
and adjoiijinz counties are urgently in
vited to atteud. ft is also desired that
every teacher prepare a abort adre&a.
J essay, reading exercise, or declamatr2
to be reaiy when called for. I shall
I shafi endeavor to ecure entertain
ment through the kindness of the citi
zen of Red Cloud fur all that may at
tend. An examination will be held
oe Saturday following.
Save Money. It is well worth
saving, and you can pavi it in buying
a Sewing Machine, and get one of the
lest and most perfect machines in ex-i-tence.
The Wilson Shuttle Sewing
in Machine ha reached a point of
excellence and perfactocas equalled by
no machine in use, and the constantly
and rapidly increasing demand, which j
is almost beyond their manufacturing
capacity to supply, is convincing evi
dence that the merits of this machine
are appreciated. Machines will bs
delivered at the neirest ra'lroad ta
tion to this county, free of trinporta
tion charges, if ordered through the
Companys Branch Houic at 510 North
Fourth Street, St. Loui. Mo.
They head an elegant catalogue aad
chromo circular free on application.
This Company want a few more
-di Aim ta
Wines & Uquo
Chelng, Smiting, Tobacco,
OF ALL KINDS,
Frsh Lager Beer from " Astelope
Brewery, cowstantly oo hand.
RED CLOUD, NEB".
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This Hotel u cutifsly w. havwi beea Stted a? for the aipeaat
of the travelinc public
STAGE ILEVVES FOR THE RAILROAD ON MONDAY, WKDNES
DAY, AND FRIDAY OF E.Ch' W'ktK AT 7 trCLOCK A. M.
Claim tt HaVt tin BEST STABLE Wtst if tJiCt;
Alwaya keeping on hard a food ntpply uf
HAY AND G ii A I N,
Al-c a fDcJ coaveyaace for the parpoM of coavcyici paecgvt.froCi tkii
place to cay othar at rcasoaable rate.
Red CUuii, iVebraaka.'
0, L. BATTLES & CO.
SHELF and HEAVY HARDWARE
AGENT FOR THE
B t AjJBHAra, -givTrWKaa
WM. ANSON WOOD MOWER,
Hoier ExcclmiSr Rem per Cmmtinem;
ir7A Dropper or Self Hake;
THE 2STEW M A.2STN .
THE I. X L DRILL.
Buckepc Dritt Superior Brimtcmmi
&eeer9 FMMlmim City SeeOer.
r.41XCMJLKY HAY RAKE. SPV AatHW.
Ani all FARWNG ACHiNERY at Crtaajt PricM.
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Also Victor lEtotmklnf Plow.'
Charter Oak ! i:elipne Mm.
ALL THE VARIETIES OF HEATING AND PARLOR ST$VE&
A good aMortnscat of
NAILS. RAKES, BOLTS. CORN PLANTERS,
SHOVELS. SPADE3. FOHFU
CARPENTERS' AND MASONS TOOLS. PAINTS. OILS.
COOPER AND NEWTON WAGONS, GL&. riXUTARK
GRAND DETO0R PUJ-.V?, DAVENPORf fLOWd
with ockJ or Iron beaSu. ,f with A ooI aad Iroa
And Everything needed by the Farmer or Mccbanjc
JafFiae Table aad Pocket Catlery.
O. L. BATfLES & CO.,
TH hdviw will baveR3a4f for Deimry, AfrM
15? 1875, MfWmUmcf m
CLOVER TON, WebeterlCourtty Maw.
ALL KIXQS OF
FRUIT AND FOR ST
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