The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, March 24, 1875, Image 4

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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
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WEL'XESDAY MARCU 24, ! 875
A. B. HAJVJVER.
at the Billiard lla'1, Red Cloud.
QrShaviDgr Shampooing and Ilair-
Cutting in the highest sty!e of the
art. 17-td
.- a mtn nrrilir. Arentn wanted. All
f I 9U cliu.ej of working people of
both rezeii. younjr and old sieke inure money
at ..rV IV, r ii. in ihflrriwn localittcK. (luring
tbcirrparc motncnU". or all tlie time, than at
anything eli-e. We offer ctnplr.yujjnt that
Fill pay banoSonvIy for eve y horn w'i";
ull particulars. tcnn. Ae.. tent Iree. fcend
Fu you sddrcu at once. Don't delay, flow
' U th tirn Dmi'i look fur work or burners
elsewhere, until you have learned wh.t we
Offer. (J. fcTlgUW X UP., roruanu. .'tame.
ADVt:KriMXa:'tir; Good:Syte
mntie Alt tiron who CGDtClMblate
inking contract with newspaper for the inj
ertion of ndvertueuienu rhould vend Jio
ceDtn tu Jo P. KwLL A Co.. 41 Park Itow,
fcjlcw ork. for the:r PA.Ml'JILfcT-IiUUK
I (i'li.fu..rrrnli nlitini). containing I(B Ot
I . "L.f. ...... .. .....I b.timnlnj alt.iitfiricy
the cost. AdvertwcwenU taken for leading
nperain many fctat t a mnxndou re
duction from publitbera' rated. Get twi: book
NEW DRUG AND
GROCERY STORE
IN
tRed Couclr JXeb.
i We wi;-h to inform the citizens of
led Cloud that we have a new toek
loods which we offer at Granger
prices.
Consisting of
DRUGS, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISHES
BRUSHES AND
FARCY GOODS.
Alao a choice lot of
TEAS, and TOBACCOES,
PURE WINES and LIQUORS,
IgT-Spccial attention given to Dis
pensing of Medicine and Preacrip
ions. We Dcjy ompttHio in
Quality and in Price.
H R..SUERER.
OLDEST DRUG STORE IN
. BED CLOU D,
Opposite S. Gmrber & Co.
Drugs. Oils, Pat-
nt.Mediclnes.
STATIONERY.
Also a choice variety of
FAMILYGROCERIES
Constantly on hand.
Please Gire vs a call and satisfy your
selves that you can do no belter in
Bed Cloud.
H. P. Iut c.
OODEY'S LADY'S BOOK.
We fee tkat we would he doias oar
abcriVer an injustice dii we sot call
their attention to this intrinsically good
Magaxine, aa4charBiiiu'ChroorThe
IU, which k pren to oa4 jar
M-woribtf. Rnul the Proapeetts, m)
if m have aever een a copy of the
MaeaxSae. sand 2Z oeata to L. A. GO I
NEW, YORK TRIBUNc,
-The LettJiiij America! Newspaper."
Tae Beat Advert lata- Metfiaao.
Daily. 810a year. Semi-weekly. S3. Weekly tt
I! Trer la nhrlrr.
Cpeciioen roj.Ir anl Adver'irinjr hate
Free. Weekly, in club of 20 or more, only.
SI. poaUfe paid. AddrcM TbcTcICCKK. N.J
St. Nicholas for
1874.
A Book for Boys and Grit.
Of thii bookl'aarlea Daol'y Waraer
write:
Jn the bound Tnlmme of ft. Kiekala with
it glory of red and gold, wc hare a perma
nent addition to the literature of the yi-ur.jr.
Never hefure has m much literary nnd and
srtmtic talent co-operated in the rervice of
cbilaren. It i continual educator of their
tartcund of their honor nnd courage. I do
not ree how it can ho made any better, and
if the children don't like it. 1 think it U time
to begin to change the kind of children in
thistountrj."
St. Nicholas for r875.
The propcctunof the second ToIume?how
tint there i to be no Jalliui?!T, but an in
cieatein its literary and pictorial attrac
t.on. AiuonB the other attractiTe leatures
are
Ttto Splendid Serial Stories,
"The Young Surveyor"
hy J.T. TuownRtDGE. author of the Jack
lluzard Stories, etc.
'EIGHT COUSIN'
by Locm M. Alcutt, author of "Little
Women," etc , ,
'i be peculiar features of .V. IftcMn. which
hate conduced to Ijrgely to iu popularity,
will be kept up with pirit:. ..,.
Short and eauy stone in FKKXfll.
fiDKMA.II, A.DLVIl.N for translation
will appear oecaHionally, while, JicK-lu
Tlie itiUtfle ftox will continue to be lull
ofinterent. and the department for qtry
lounu rtaden will be enlarged. ,
liayard Talor and other dutiBRU!.hed
travellers will give Stones ol Foreign C'ouur
tries. . , . . , ,
Mr. lUdeinsc will contmuo his senea of de
lightful aud luotructivc Papcis on Practical
Subject. , ,
Mr. Bartlett and other wtll attend to the
department of Home Entertainment. Tab
leaux, Vivants, etc.
New writer, in addition to our present
Iar corM of contributora, will sivo young
people of all age, FOeiim. J1hkI-n, lu
rifM,iklrtiri.aud I n MUto
ry, Klwsniphy, iratel, Artirntiirc.
.Nutnrnl IllNtory. nHlor nhiI In
door Npertn, Ar. Ac., with a hearty
cpritiklitig of tun throughout the volume
Price l3.00 jii, but up to Jan. 1st
well end the tu-klvr M'MUK lor the year
junclorcd (Vol. 10 rr only 'J.V"- l
name, tlctimit'u bound in Jie'tunil Gold Will
be cunt. cUrjce pttlu lor I.O.
One year's ubicriptiou and twelve back
number. S.OU. One year's gubscription
and volume onk, i:ouno as above, sent
cbnrireti puld for 0B.OO.
t&'All Pontage prepaid by us.
SCRIBNER&CO,
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THE .iLDlJE,
The Art Jouksal Of America,
IanB 5fatkly.
"A MAOKirtCTtuT Cogcirrio. Wnjioiarri.
ltCsbiibi Oct."
The necessity af a popalar atediam for the
rcpreseatatioa of the productions of our
great artists, bat alwjys been lecogntsed,
and many attempts have been made to meet
the want. The successive failures which s
invariably followed evh attempt in this
coantrv to eJtab'.ish an art journal, did not
prove the indifference of the people of Amer
ica to the claims of high art. So soon as a
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ability to meet it were shown, the publie at
once rallied with enthusiasm to its support,
and the result wa. a great artistic and com
mercial triumph THE ALDINL.
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regularity, has none of tho temporary or
timrty interest chant1 teristic of ordinary
periodicals. It is an elegant micellany of
pure, light, and graceful literature: and a
collection of pictures, tho rarest spcimens of
artistic skill, in black and white. Although
each succeeding number affords a fresh
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beauty of THE ALDINE will be .most ap
preciated after it is bound up at tbecla.'eof
the year. While other publications may
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ether shape or number of olumcs for ten
times its cost; and then, there is the chrotno.
besides!
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must be taken in no narrow sense. True art
is cosmopolitan. While THE ALDINE is a
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cit, impossible where tho scope of the work
confines the artist too closely to a single
stIe of subject- Tho literature of THE
ALDINE is a lightand graceful accompani
ment, worthy of the artistic features, with
only such techuioal disquisitions as do not
interfere with the popular interest of the
work.
FSSIaTCJU FOS 1875.
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beautiful portrait in oil colors, of the same
noblo dog whoes picture in a former issue
attracted so much attention.
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loves such a dog, and tho portrait i executed
so true to the life, that it seems tho veritable
presence of the animal itself. The Rev, T.
Do Witt Talmago tells that his own New
foundland dog (the finest in Brooklyn) barks
at it! Although8onatural.no one who sees
this premium chrouio will have tho slightest
Jear of being bitten,
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member, aud entitled to all the privileges of
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ings and engravings, are to be distributed
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53 Maiden Lane, New York.
Music for Schools.
We give particular attention to the selct
.ing of Music for school purposes. Teachers
favoring us with their orders need only state
what class of arasio they desire, an we de
sire, and we will guarantee to Bake taeia a
satisfactory selection.
GET THE BEST:
The Best SEWS'AoolSiaginr Book:
Fairy Bcaoes Pnee.f
60
The Best Standard School Soar Book:
The Song Echo Pn, 73
Tba Best Piano Instructor:
Peter's Eleetio , Phee. S2o
n. 1- VJ n..,. tmmtntnm -
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k iakeis Stew jaecaoa.rnce.
2 50-
The Best Iartneter for the Voice: .
Luddea's School for tbe VocePrice,
3J0-
xae eefcwiir ". . .
WorrmllaOuitar Price. 1 nG
Tba Best Collection for Male Vo.ce:
Saagerfcs -. .Pnce.l 56
Tbe Beat CoIU ctioa fr Mhxed oiee :
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Tbe Beet Colleetiaa larCaatek Hoe:
Tbe Cluster- -; Pnce. 1 5
Tbe Best Iastracter tor AcetKa :
SedawJekVCeaawle MesaW-Pnccl'
The Beetlaetrwettjr for Oil iswlai :
Sedgwick's CaawtMeasaa'-Pm'?
Published and mailed, po-pd, by
iiS-Jw J- F PETER8.
SS9H0ASWATty.TJ
G. W. POBIIT.
CapL R. n. Prsr.
Notary Public.
DOR8EY ic PRESSOR,
Real Estate Dealers,
BLOOMING TON
NEB.
Have ernntly for sale a large quantity
of choice Land in .utbern Nebraska.
Also buy and re'l land on Coramirsion and
psy Taxes for non-residents.
if- At'ention also given to the prosecu
tion of all claim before the local and general
Land OSccs, and Secretary of the Interior.
THE DOMESTIC !
f .--r v :--
ysuuw"'
BEST.
WHY?
Lcat difficulty in learning it'
Least skill required to use it.
Least labor to work it.
Least care to keep it in order.
Least trouble to change it
I east changing required.
Does fine work equal to any other.
Does heavier work than others.
Docs heavy work easily.
Does everything well.
Does nothing il! or grudgingly.
Gives satisfaction,
Exceeds expectation.
Justifies the praise it everywhere
receives,
few days' trial solicited.
H. II. JOHSSOJT,Trv. A Rent,
Crete, Arts.
Energetic Agents Wanted.
Ladies, send to Chicago office for an
elejiant fashion book. 2-Ii
ARCIIin.tLD K. KINNEAR,
NOTABY PUBLIC, SEAL ESTATE.
AGENT, AND ATJCTIONSEB.
All business strictly .attended to and all
correspondence promptly answered. Specia
attention given to payment of taxes, Collec
tions and Real Estate Practice.
KIVEBTON.
Dr. T. B. WILLIAMS,
Family Physician,
Tenders his services to the public and
will attend to all Professional calls.
Office at tho Red Cloud Drug Store.
O. K.
Furniture Store,
SED CLOUD
NEB.
Smith & Calvert
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Furniture.
Picture Frames, Itlirrrs.
and Uuder'stkers Coeds.
WARE ROOMS. OPPOSITE 'THE COURT
HOUSE.
tfj? Omaha and Lincoln price?
duplicated. Special terms to those
wishing large hills and the trade.
WORSW1CK &CO.
BANK R S,
AND DEALERS IN
KEAL ESTATE.
HASTING3, --- NEB.
Promt attention given to Collections. t0(j-
EUREKA!
The undersigned has just completed his
NEW BUILDING,
And furnished it with a Full Aupply of
DRY GOODS.
GROCERIES.
HATS.
1SAS7-XASS CL0THQT0,
BOOTS, SHOES, FANCY
NOTIONS ETC.
I- parpote to sell aa LOW at the LOWEST.
FOR CASH.
JVCall and exaaiae for yourself-
M. lRAXr!lr
Zr
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Kn&rgffl
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The
WEEKLY
ENQUIRER.
A Paper r til Pwplr, a Tricpi of tlo
Txrmt aad Indanrol Classes.
A BEAUTIFUL
NEW CflROUll
E5TITLKD
"PERBY'S VICTORY!
Ulvea fa Every M Nabwcrtaer.
This picture reprents Com. Oliver H.
Perry in tbe act of pusinc froni one ship to
another in a saall open boat, daring tbe ueat
of the battle, exposed to the fire of the enemy.
Zt Xs&rarts 16 t7 22 1-2 Za&cs,
Is artiticdl!v ftnihei in thirtcn colors and
is undoubtedlo the most dciable chromo rv
er offere i is a premium. Sing'e coin's of it
eilafNtW. Vtehavnat a great outlay te
curet tho exrlus.ve control .ml ml ol it.
and therefore are enab!eJ to present it to our
patrons a. above.
The rNUUlliKRtill stands pre eminent
asafirt-cla?s New;puper. Its ariou de
partments allotted tj
Eiitcrials, Eusns,
A?rircl:sra!, Pcetrj,
Ccrrespcciease, Telegraphic,
And Qeserrl Ncrs.
AH give evidenceof the care and pair taken
to rm ply its readers with ull tte unc nnd
and a variety of reaJing that caniKit fail to
interest each und every uiembrrot thehoujc
hold. Hub.-cribh through our agents or send
direct to us.
YVedcfirean agent at every Post Offlce.
and where none arc yeiapMinted. let some
ot our friends apply for the agency.
ADDRESS,
FARAN & McLEAN. Pub's,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
DEN VEIL HOUSE
Billiard Hall.
D. W. DALTON,
Prop.
HASTINGS, NEBRASKA.
This hnll h is lately been fitted up with ta
bles ol the ben imimfjcurc.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the bar
PROCTOR HOUSE,
3. D. PROCTOR. Proprietor,
EE220N, NSBSASSA.
The Traveling Public Will find this Hotel to
be first class in every respect.
4QrCurriage runs daily to Uclviccre. the
enarest .Station on tho St. Joe A D. C. R. R
City Meat Market.
MARK H. WARNER,
Has jut opened a iMcat Market on
Wchter Street, next door south of
Park's Shot r p whore he will keep
and sell fresh meats of all kinds.
HIGHEST MRKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEF C TTLE. HOGS,
J ND HIDES.
Red Cloud. - - - - Neb.
BILLIARD PARLOR,
T. R. LEE,
Hastings. - - - Nebraska.
This e tablishment has just been fitted up
in gool stI. nnd i just the place to enjoy
a game of Milliards.
'Ihe best supplies atthe bar. 49-Gm
J. S llr.Intire.
La e Cashier 1st Nat Rank, Clarinda, Iowa.l
BANKER,
HASTINGS,
NEBRASKA.
Exchange bought and sold on all
cities of the United States and Europe.
County Warrant,
COUNTY ND SCHOOL BONDS
Bought and Sold.
References by Permission :
D. F. Att.v.v. President Cook Co. National
UanV, Chicago.
N. 1). !ir,e. President First National Rank,
Clarinda. It.wa.
.Ltiix IlKKKSHnr. C.ihier Pacific National
Rank. Council lilnfis. Iowa
C. C Carkktkb. tioveraor State of Towa.
C. LixoKRUix, Clerk Superior Court. Iowa.
G-Cm
e. n JOES,
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
BSD CLOTO, T7SB5TS3 C0TOT7, !TEB.
tSfParticular attention given to Re--pairins
Fine Watches and
Satisfaction Guarantied.
I. W TULLEYS,
HOMCEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
Office 3d door Soutl of Court Houe.
Sasiianct Ost Idle East ef Bed Clcil
Republican River
STAGE WNE.
T. T. v7E33, Praprictcr.
Regular trips will be made between
JUNIATA and RED CLOUD,
T clin lw nWcpd tn rrv ra-enreT?
pes the diys Beatione, leaving Red i
Cload at 6 A. x oh .Voadays, eaae
dam aad Fridiv. Leaving Jaanta,
at 6 A. 5aM o TaasJaja, Tkaradajs
aadSatardaya
Fare xateaa&c
NEW GOODS!
J. G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform the Public that he has Just
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES.
Consislina m Jirt of
CALICOES, DARK. LIGHT k PINK,
CHAMBRES. DELAINES. ., LAWNS.
DRESS TRIMMINGS LININGS,
CORSETS SKIRTS, VAILS CLOUS.
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLIN
TABLE LINENS. & TOWELING.
PANTS, OVER ALLS k SHIRTING,
BOOTS A SHOES, MATS at CAPS,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of ail Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,.
FLOUR. MEAL & BACON-
And everything usually Lopt in a First Class Dry Cowls GrOMry Store.
-T. G. Potter
Ret! Cloud, Nebraska.
THE CHICAGO
AT -
HASTINGS,
Keeps constantly on hand the la'ge;t stock of Dry Pine Lumber in the
West. Also
JSLIXOS, MOUMItfS,
TARRED
and all
BUILDINO MATERIAL.
Our stock is well selected and purchased direct from the rafts, and will be
sold as low as the lowest.
O. O. OL,lBIi
Hastings, Nebraska.
NEW HARDWARE STORE !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MITCHELL & MORIHRT
Have opened a new store and have just received a full and complete stock o!
HARDWARE, Cutlery, .Carpenter and
i
FARMING TOOLS,
COAL and WOOD STOVES. Wc have also a Tin Shop connected
with our Store. Wc manufacture Tin, Copper k Sheet Iron Ware.
Our Stock is LARGE and well assorted, and wc will deal as low as any
house west of Lincoln.
Call and See Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Opposite the Lumber Yard.
Red Cloud, -
LUMBER LUMBER
W. L. VANALSTYNE
jijsncLoun, '- jvbbrasko.
PINE UMBE , LATH, SHINCELS
Doors Blinds,
Sash Mouldings
Lime, Tarred Paper, Etc
0d every Article usually kept in a ilrst Class Lumber Yard. .
I GUARANTEE TO. DUPLICATE ANY BILL THAT CAN RE GOT
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
uveby fb i
J. D. POST, PrtprittK.
Paria Itttd p a tart c Stable K
st all &ae lo faraka rtw aa4 fe4 for taaa
LirKTriai aa aort s&tka.
' StsKa tfiiaTaCaylia,
LUMBE ? YARD 1
NEB
UL1IE
kinds of
.- -
- -
DEALER IN
MME ! wsre ! !
Maxwell A Dittgee
W;,B u Inftrwti !WIe that tan &
mvle xtew rrpratl3 t mattftar
Liaie. ed 1II aacp oa
FULLStTPPLY
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Tht Talnl la Clrvatallaa la taa CHy
THK mCA,10 1057 ".XI MAIL N
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with tulnabts! fenrlffa ft'l ilni'i cwf,r
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to wbloh oul lw Mrl aftfncnt rtj.
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rnio;o i.l AMI MAIL CO,JrJ
Icorbiru trl.
Imi-rt.ut but brief orw. Icttrre oiirIt
r.1 trHi nil iru f tho ctuntry N notl
vnil X-e Ukcn oi anonywacimnuiiWsHoti.
THE ALDINE COMPANY'S
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SOLD ONLY BY SUQSCaiPTIOM.
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Uiinl In prr fmtu'. but i bttf con
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lutiiiikltun on aM'iKNiilon.
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rloilinu th rl)flHl finnli'i'MT bo
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rntirr viittA wtll be - worthy r'rriiiUon
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tec uf uuicthiniT IteAutlful au I il'JVI.
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ami n ii will hrarlt' rnikr tbi tho
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In a iimrrrlou'ly bort titae. a worii-wiJo
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xnl t now otfVrrl at a rtro lutrnll to
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jlascf iaitl to nl B4hlrff fr ONK I01
l.AIU A l.betal I(cunt to gtiU ami.
ttaohcr.
Scrap Books.
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baro lji n rxvt ly t'rrtmrc4 for tho b!i ay
rsn. an-1 fc prnt f more nnanrnt
intert csin b ltfl fr veutlewan of
lady, hi ar youtjy.
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