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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
THURSDAY OCT. 28, is
One copy lyear, $2.00
Otic copy G months 1.00
One copy 3 " 50
A. R. Puddrck I'.e-itrice. II. 8. Senator..
XT. IFHcheock. Omaha, U. 8. Sieator.
Lurraio Crounse. HopresenUlive.
MIjAROARBKR. Gov.rnor. Lincoln.
Bruno Twchurk. Ucc. of State.
J. ii Wfwlnn. Lincoln, Auditor.
J.C. McIlrMo. .. Truaanrer.
!. II. lUlxrta. Att'y Jcn.
3. il. .wcKctiiie. Lincoln. Sup. Tub. Instrue.
(Sen. Ii. Like. Otr.aha. Chief Jasticc.
It.tn'IOantt. Nebraska City. 1 !:. i,
t...iinl .Maxwell. IM-Umouth J AMOC,atc Juf-
J. A. Tulleys.
E. II. Jone.
I. W. Tulleys.
II. ;. Hill,
II. R. Kaley.
I', C. C'.on.
W. K. Thorn,
A. .V. Hardy.
,. W. Ball. lc
. .Vattcson. I
Wekster Co-inry Condensel
WcblerC.,Nob.. liM in tho Valley ol
the Republican, is 130 mile west oftheMis
aouri River ami touchoJ the State line on
tho Sath. Winter arc mild and dry; very
I'tllc rain or enow fell in that season no lit
- tlcin fact that cattle live all winter with no
liatr crnin. Plenty ,f rain full in the
Mirinjraod uinnicr. The uaitncrs are not
disagreeably warm, as there is always a cool
lin-cxi efpneially in the evenings. The
county finst beffna to i.tle in 1870. I" 1S71
the couuty was organized with a population
nfl'V. It '.opulalio"' k now between iVW
and ax!0 and jh rapidly"- jncrcnidnK. There
aroat jrc-fC3t3Jf orBaniscd school diftricw
within its boundrie and srboolJiu'ilitics arc
ilurelore ample better than those in some
Kiu-teni States. The apportionable School
fund furiii.licnejrly enough money to pay
tochers' wage?, 1'ariucrg can buy R. II.
land fron: $1.50 to $C per acre- with ten year
time. There i jet a considerable amount of
government lands for hiinctcfldt and pre
emptions. Air itoek raising country iti?
hard o cx;cl. Cat lo do well, and for sheep
it cinuot be beaten. It is just suited to that,
l'ortu ie com Nc-easily nradc by raiding sheep
;s the expense of feeding is very small. Tint
corn, oats, barley, potatoes, buuk wheat, and
nil kinds of roots an4 vegetables, are grown
here with little labor. 33 bushels of sod corn
to th - acre is nulling new. Wheat averages
altout 2.) bushels to the acre. Fruit doc ex
tremely wcil- licry farmer has hi orchnrd
growing. Forcit trees srow rapidly. Cotton
wood, buxaldcr, whitewood, mft maple, and
many other kinds of trees Krow into timber
large enough for fuel in about 'three years.
Deng uratige pluntsdo ticcly. and in a few
years your live fences can bo inudc. Mc
ihauic find emp'oymint and fair wages. The
v.-ry bct and purest water is obtained by
K-jingfroittStoIOO feet. Iho cost is very'
miU.whrnth well is bored. These wells
lwmro tl-y. The .-trwoms of thib county arc
tL3 Republican and its tributaries, which are
as fallows on tho south sido of the river.
lYulnut. Dry, HulTilu, Sute l'ccry. C dar.
Hicks Afch, and Guide Hock creek. Ua thx
north sid arc Willow. Elm. Cottonwood,
. rooked. Indian, and Farmers creeks. In the
north part of tho county i? tbc Uluc river
and its tributaries.
The soil of Webster coanty is a dark, rich
ectablc loam. The wild grasses axe nutri
t mu and abuudant. and make ujo t excellent
lt.iy- rimotby, clover. Hungarian and mill, t
vill undoubtedly prove u profitable produc
tion. Those who have tried them so decide
Our railroad, prospzets arc godd, and we
vullkaei roadps soon as we really need
-ji Hat tiVc farmers for years will find ready
snlo !r surplus productions in the newer
counties westand to new settler. Ry the
tie thssc markets are closed roads for
cheaper transportation east will be opened.
Our elimatei: healthful, the air pure n4
bruciap. and sickness of any k.nd is almost a
cTauger to the people h-re.
The county scat. RED CL0UI on the Re
I'Uin rizet, ncir the center east and west
juul a li. tic south of the-center north and
south. In it arc chances far business men of
'vcry branch of trade. The country around.
i sti'h as to war. nut a good businrss iu-every
kind of merchandise. Red ClooHtastlXJiiide
1 ock arc the only two laid out towns. Itur
ther inform Uton can be obtained from aayr
i J sgcut who advertises in this rarer, orat
In another column is the communi
cation from Mr. O'Sullivan, to which
(he attention or our readers is called.
The railroad ueetion is obc which will
demand" our attention this coming win
tir, and one which should occupy our
minds during our leisure at lcat. The
dositabilitj of a railroad needs co dis
cu&ion. Tie enhanced xriccs for pro-
ducts, the tnoie'rapid deve!ojuien of
i'e country, &nd the increased prox-
imity of narkQts are the Incidents of a
raiJro&r,. which convinoe all minuSjof
The only question with which we
have to do, are 1st, can wc do any-1
thing.to hasten the building-oC a roadJ
up the valley, and 2nd, will, it-pay as
for our trouble.
A glance at the map of Nebraska-
sud Kansas shows us three projected
railroads destined to-enter the valley.
The B. & M. connecting us with Oma
ha aud Denver, (he Nebraska South
vrestern conaectiag Nebt-asia'Gfty and
Xreuvcr, and the one co msec ting us
with Kansas City and Deuver. In
adJitioa to these the Grand Island &
ojfcweitrn road is extended in pur
jo.rtj tu.tha K. P. road. These, are
the lines si present proposing to tap
this valley antkcsu&ty. Of these the
'. & S. W. may perhaps be laid out
of the 'quest ion. ThwJL & M. and
the Junction City roads will one day
he rivaU for the carrying trade of th'w
valley. Of these read thc-B. &.M.
to perhaps a little the ert interested
iu tha valky. - T cpmnauy k the
uwiFiral ihols of acre of
,l. -- -mAx f thkaaebo ot'th:
tnrn w- jt. ii "
5?Fv -Sw 7." i --i i
"Toad'alonit wlicncv'er it .ha!l becotuc
necessary. But at pre cnt that corpo
ration Controls the trade of tli"n coun
tr as effectively atifit ha J a road
bed of its own through our midst
With the exccptieD of the competition
at llaptinga atd.Kearncy.irMi tli8t.
Joe & Denver anUlP: it iju aM the
carrying trade of Ihe valley. While
this state of thing continue, the fir.-t
mentioned company will be in no hurry
to go to unnecessary eXeos and
The Kanax company have con
fllructed a road to Clay Center, distant
about sixty mile, and have com-; to a
stop, p03.ih!y from lack ofuiin:?, per
haps from lack of faith in the country.
The crops this year will perhaps do
away with the latter. Aid fiom us
might complement the former. Situ
ated thus, is it possible fur as to hurry
one or the other of thc-c corporations
to ommence wotk ? Our answer is
yes. We can agitate the subject. We
can show that we are awake ar.d in
earnest- If this val:ey should agitate
the bondiog of the counties, the mere
agitation of the propo-ihion would
cau-e these two companies to feel anx
ious. They wou'd xvatch us with the
stroiige.-t solicitude. They would do
more. They would enter the Hold a
rival- and contcud for our ftvon. Let
u; think and act upon this subject at
once, to the cud that we may .-oou
have ditect communication with the
cast and west and bring capital into
Productiveness flf Nebraska, as shown at
the Agricultural Fairs.
We clip the following from the
Clinton ( ) Iiegter:
'The fall of I87f has abundantly
demoHitiated the exccc-Iing friiitful
ncss of Nebraska, and once more, cou-
Iclusively proved that there is mvrieher
Agricultural State in the Union. Iu
fact, the State of Nebraska has a
splendid future before it. Its lands
arc the last agricultural lands eat of
the llocky Mounta'ns. U.iclo Sam's
gieat farm ends with thorn. Beyond
Nebra-ka are the mines and the
I mountains, and pastoral land-. ; but no
soil where corn, and wheat, and cats,
and barley, and root", and fruits wil
grow and thrive without con,tant irri
gation. It is no derogation from thj
wealth of the mountain region? to
make this as-crtion, for there are com
pensations iu all things. Th-j country
west of Nebraska has c .al and iron,
and cold anr silver, and Nebraska has
its soil of unsurpassed frtiKty, and its
genial climate. The people of the
mou tains must be miners, and the
agriculture of Nebraska wil! supply
them with food. In the near futuie,
therefore, the fanners of Nibraska
w.ll have a maguiGccnt market at their
very doors. They will have no need
to-send their surplus produce to Chi
cagoor St. Louis; it will practically
be con&auvd at home, and the cost of
freight will not trouble them And
Nebraska will he able to Iced this
mountain people when the Kockies be
come one hire of industry, as are the
AMeghanya in Pennsylvania. Th.'
State Agricultural Fair recently lield
at Omaha and the exhibitions at Chi
cago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis', and
other places (where the Burlijton &
Missouri It. It. Company undertook
the duty of representing the Agricul
tural resources of the region iu which
its lands arc located) made it evident
that the soil of Nebraska is a bank
which will honor every draft of the iu
telligeut and industrious farmer. As
proved by the displays at these fairs,,
the productions of Nebraska arc mar
vellous. The small grains are of fine
qua'ity ; but it is the corn, the root;
and ttib yegfablex, which are the
most striking. Corn siJk are C5hib
ited 17i feet high, aud with frou: two
to five full developed cars on ona stalk
and among tho. ears are some measur
ing 17 inches in length. There are
-grasses.ojto feet in length, specimens
of the 150 kinds of grass native to the-
Stute; enormous potatoes of many
sorts, the yield of which has be.n 200
to 300 bushels per acre, and in one or
two cases, on small and well cultivated
plots,. 600-bushels to the acre ; cab
bages weighing from 17 to 25 pounds ;
squashes oPthcenormous bulk of 140 ;
to 150 lbs. (one weighed I'JI pounds);
huge turnips ; aud sugar beets which
will yield 30 tons-to- the acre. The
apples, peaches and pears of Nebraska,
arc especially fiie, as is evidenced by
the displays in the fairs ; and, indeed,
altogether it is certain that the State
is one thattannet be exce'led. Tho
State Fair at Omaha made it manifest
that the fanners- of the -country are
getting, beyoad ample tillage. The
farmer needs live stock to bu k out his
profits to their largest dimensions ;
and the Nebraska tamers are gather
ing flocks of'-irat-clasj sheep, fise
breeds of cattle, and sp'ealid ho?s to
pasture on their grasses,, and tocat
their corn, which this year is 10 to 100
bushels to the acre. The Sute is set
tling rapidls;. jaad.siaoe. the harvest
has beea assured aay fewer from
the Eastern States h?e, fod their
,waytto Nshrasla oa bad-haBuag. x
i . a fii' -" m rwc - -.-
ItlVKRTON, Franklin Co., Neb.
October Hth, 1S7"i.
Kf. CmIKK. Now that our election
bone of contention done with, let us
torn Mr attention to such subjects as
may be ol future interest or beaefit to
the peopfe : Providence ha bleat u
this year with an abundant crop, and
the question is, what material benefit
will it be to the farmer who ha toiled
hard all summer, and anxiously watch
ed its progress and growth until it ha
reached its :rcsenf state of maturity.
Here we are, in a valley specially
favored by nature, incxhaustable in
resources', and within its own limit-',
possessing every advantage needed by
its people, if only ba:kd by capitdl to
bring them to their full developcmcnt.
Without there is a stimulus arri an
encouragement giv i to capital in our
midst, we sliall advance in prosperity
but slowly. A d until we get a rail
road up this valley, through to Denver
where we can have a western market
for our surplus prolucM, the profits
will be suull and the sweat and toil of
the farmer thall be spent with bu'
A railroad : needed here in future,
I and the sooner we get one the butter,
we can't have one any too soon. And
unless we agitate the question, and
give encouragement by lueal assistance
to some company or other, fur the pur
pose, it may be many years before we
can get one. One thing is certain,
that as long as those who are interest
el in our own prosperity along tin:
Platte Valley can keep us without a
rail mad, they will do so, because it is
to th ir interest for the trade of the
Republican is a matter of importance
I have ben always opposed to the
voting of tailroad bonds, but In thii, I
have recently changed my opinion,
tnrough a caliu a'id careful stud, of
the subject. It' we arc to keep track
of the times, we mu-t swim with the
current aiound us. If we raise graiu,
vegetables, lriy, beef, pork, mutton,
wool, poultry, eggs, &c, more than
we can consume ouiselves, we must
.have an outlet by which to send th m
to market. Tliis thing of carting oil'
produce 43 or 5t miles to the nearest
railroad station and spending three or
four days on the trip, there to sell our
commodities for the same figures we
could get at home for them if we had
a railroad, is not up to the standard of
real economy. Vor the time that ii
spent in this mtutier, may and could
be u-efully euiployed ca the farm.
Every pound of sugar, tea, salt, iron,
coal and other things that we cauuot
do without, don't raise, and mu-t
have, we have to- pay for in ii eight
from Hastings, every year, more than
would pay our bonded in lebtedness,
in a stipulated time And this it not
all, the advantage that a h:o of rail
toad would be to our valley in bring
ing jn immigration, eucouragmg capi
tal and stimulating enterprise, would
more than compensate each individual i
, tax-payer for the extra taxes he would
f have to p-iy for railroad boud.-, by rais
ing the price of farm products, and
enhancing the value of real propeity.
'J his-, Sir, is a subject o'no mean
importance, and one which sooner or
later mut be agitated by the people,
so that to put off the discussion longer
is useless. We may as well begin to
do so now as any other time. If any
of your readers can show hoff" wc can
have a railroad iu or through the Re
publican valley, within the next two
or three years, without voting bmds,
or some effort on the part of the peo
ple to encourage it, I should be happy
to know. As tor myself I see no other
way to get one, for the rattro'ii"arjit,
ration is a fish that usually ruxhasor
the Mggtsi bait. Consequently, if we
can do ho better, let us vote bonds,
have a railnod, an 1 create. wr-oTVn
market,, in the aotip"at:on of good
crops ucuhi propeibus future.
Oak Crkek, Webster Co , Neb.
October 25: h, 1875.
Ed' Ghi-hp ---It seems customary
for those about to wiitc anything, to
make an apology, but I have none, to
make, on'y that I am a resident of the
above mentioned precinct, and take
the liberty to iuform the readers of
your live -paper- of our whereabouts
and what we are doing. Oak Creek
is the northeast precinct io the county
containing thirty six square miles
The oldest settlers have been here fire
years and now it uuabers about 150
inhabitants. The precinct oan-boa-t
of a good school house, a thriving.
Sunday School, and three church -organizations,
making a total of about
30 members. The past few days we
have been visited with a prairie fire,
doing some damage. -Mr Wagoner
had his sorghum manul-tory, 275
gallons cf molasses, and sererai tons
of bay burnt up, making a severs loss'
for him, as he-is a. poor hard working
man with a large family-of small child
ren. There is some other damage re
ported but not of any extent:
Tours &c , J. E. H.
The Lincoln Sportsman's Associa
lioa are advertising, fbr pigfos,
A Mas namedr Sterea Sch'werbold
had the s&isforrawe to get his leg bro
ken ia a. scufia ooeday last week in
Lhaeokiato bare mw Open
'lite Kearney Press is ahead ou
snake stories. It gives an account of
two men killing I3S rattlesnakes in
about one hour, near the mouth of
Di-uial river. And a, dismal placs it
must have been.
A tf) rtrfVAt.h ltrA lVnt k MMrtt n
the Republican valley has bore pro-1
-.11 r i.l
jected by a few enterprising gentlemen; j
and Webter Katon register of the U.
ivtia.iauu nut; num iiiztm.Mrwxz iu i
; o. iano omce ior tins uistnc:. says nc
.St If n ,- 1- 1
will put in five hundred dollars toward
accompli-hinc the plan W under
stand that if the people of the valley,
who are interested, will take stock
enough in the company to supply the
poles and the nece-sary haulinsr, work
will be commenced and the apparatus
put in place b-'foro winter sets in. The
result would give ui immediate new
from the east, and for hall a dollar the
merchant could hear from hit goods
and save vex itious delay--, while the
jourrkr would ptesuit the chief doing
of ihN wide world before the tidings
had grown stale or been f ireotten in
tho r-Jllroad cities. Kepubhcau City
Fnai the State Juur la .
Lincoln-. Oct. lilili 187u.
The following are the quotation's on
the street to day:
Wheat, active at 7.7 cents.
Corn, intctivcaud dull I.1(.'l,i)
Oaf.-, dull ami heavy, JO'Jli; qul
ity poor and deuud -!irlit.
Hai ley. active; No. 2. l.(i(i,"(),
Rye, no offering' and price. tifJiiiiii.il.
1 otatoes, doll arri heavy ; lO'Io.
Beef cattle, perewf., '2(it'l.
Hog, pcrcVTt., iCf"
Sheep, per head, '2 .r)) 1 0O.
Turnip, per bu., lOfXJ.
Chickens, .pringr pesrdoz., 1 yxt,'2
K.'g. dull and li-wcr: TO 1 2.
Hide-', green salt, .f.ti ; green, -I
Qf ; green calf, $Uu 10; diy, 1 1 (,(-1 L.
Hay. per ton, ; ." 1,4 UJ. Offering
argc ami no uemami.
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
Dm; Store h 'n Rcd.noud.
Stock i eomple'c. profit.
AM -HA.' What you want.
. A MH Your bu-ineai there.
JV-tMH 'Jo yt.it- neiK'ibir,
yAME Th it you have been there. -
There any thins you want.
It tn my Iiiieot tr.ii'l.
Vour child ailii)''.
My soothing syrup tho thin.
yitiiliEll Compounds prescriptions correct
.SlI IlKi: Run, the City Dru Store.
VIIEEEU Iiii-thohirj-'c-tst-ckin therallcy
IsllEliElt Say come and see for uurseSt.
Gice. Him a at II Before.
E. II JO.ES,
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
3BD CLQ7D, TCZ35TSS 50TOJY, 2TEB.
"Particular attention given to Re
pairing Fine WarcHes and
Suthfii ction Gun m n tied.
The Best Papbr For Farmers
Wis, Liquors, and Cigars,
OK ALL KIN OS.
FB23H LAGZB EEE2 A SPECIALTY.
Corner of lt Street and Hastings
Avenue, flaitings, Neb. lf-ly
Dv, Peter Head,
Offers his services tn the public,
and will attend to ail professional ca!U.
Ofice Over Sharer's Sraj Sccrs-
A. J: RENNECKER, --- Pkop.
Sis miles Son&resi of Sel CIcui, on
the real to Scith-Ceatcr.
A. J. Renneckcrba(raiBorcnel !ibot I
and would call attention to hi! eaperior&eil
hie for proridir entertainment for man
and beast. The tab e alK-ay prortdcl with 1
tne best tne Maon aSords. and trttu isa
A road has beea opened to this Hotel
throcrh the farm of the proprietor, which
eiorteu the road, and it open to all trarsl
exctp the driving of loose stoei.
e VK BBXXSCCKK'd HOTKL a T8IAL,
A-The asuersiiroed baa also opened a Sh
eryaborc the ltrl Clond bridse. where a fall
npljs-.affiAajH ca be procared at any
time dttriar tfce coiaisc eaOB.
PARTIES wihinr freeh Sh can get them
at the fishery- between the bride and
tlie loarin mill. Twill a!3o be ia town on
&usrdavof each weei. atthe corner efSher
er'd dra store, with a luai-oi freeh Sak. 40tf
( A eOfl prdy. Aeatswawed.All
J km 4U eUntes ofworkmc people of
bets exes, jmbjc and eI4 ntakn mom money
at werk fornn. in their owalnealities.aria?
their apan meaenta. or all the time, nana nt
nnrthiac ebe.-'We' ofer mpIojment that
wiU nnynaxwUBwMlr for eTrr henry-work.
ml BniralBH. tersajAcMatfrn.- .Sen
iyenr ato1 n tunee. Ion't dWayi "Kmw
iaikctiBL. Don't look for vwktrMiMn
claewbeM. nntJr-'yon hare' learned wjt-
l, V.ZriseexSi Co Portland. Xaiae.
Red Cloud & K. P.
Connecting at Kctl Cloud with the
Rcnublicnii River St.ii I.m.
! Three recuiar trip a week, nrrivirfg
nTand defeartitu; from IJel Cloud at the
V,u8tili,e lhe Ma ,n,tu lhtt ra11rod
FA HE YRUY LOW
ir j 3 3n2T5W '--
HASTINGS, .... :KI3.
J. iL S!OTH, Pr:?r:-jtcr.
The only first-class houe in the city.
Stage leaves this house every other
morning for Red Clou 1 ami the Iv P.
K R. ,,1!
TTasre vcu :az gei a gcai sszars nca!
OYSTKItS in every s'yle
Fruit, Nuts, AppI". Candie. .Itllietr
and Canned good. of all kind.
Cigars & Tobacco-
The Irghest u.arket price paid f'r
IIlirTi:iC, KliG. AI
Cr2F.irmtr from the Repub'icui
Valley will do w.ll to give Us a call
when in town.
Wtt ride Hasting Av.-nue.
iii;-:;m HASTINGS xkk.
WHERE The Monty LieS
A R BAT many 'arm.'-s have Can 1 ft m
be in sod tok. Poultry, drain. tc.
TIlC .KKIC s-tock Jiiual tells ull
abjut tberr. iinl m; be la t
a 7TH0LE YEAH ?0?v $1.03.
Jii"t think o it ! Nearly Srt) p.cea o' thi
vi.Iu:ibb inform itiou iexeluiive f tint l
color;; in one) car. Vetcrin iry adi ice with
Isiprcred Stoc Free,
a well a many other :irtu-!e to thofp :'-
tiueupclub. Accot. and others- hatin a
Iittb' ij.arc time, can iuky cxotHetil w i
and do o'ber goo I. ly obtu.iii ujuIm Tiber'';
l' cents :iecurc-?i!eiia:cn and explniui h iiv
to do ir.
jldrcr llrr.i NKOI'llKKM.
Parkeibiire. Cliet-r lu. Pa.
First in tho Fioli Z:iab:ishoi 1858.
Dam. $10. WVkici.v ?-'.
UlitliirMi :,u. Itailrnnd nrrirliiN.
Citiitiiy Ollic-crs. ninf i!-r-. At
5 1 c a in U o o k
-A N D
inanj years experience,
upenop facilities, and the
BVWV WOK KM EN
?o be found in tlTe We.t, will till any
order, lanre or Mtiall. in the le?t .-tylc
;it .-hort notice, and at the lowest
ouu nraNic uuok work
and Bindinj; of evvry description can
not be surpas-ctV by any firm in the
Mate, and challbtigu cnmpaiison.
Count Wort? F Specially
nnd County Officers will timl our form.
the latest and mot improved. Stn
tionnry, Se.iN for Cotintv, I)i-Jrict
and l'robate Courts, Justices of the
,C5 1. 1
-'LKAL ANtf :oiIHSEC!AL- VLXXSZ.
Lr.HOKU?, l)VY OOliS. nrCOBD3, XtS .
in ready made stock, furnished at the
Order by mail for all kind-? of . Ion
Wokk executed with the utmoit
speed, and di.patchcd promptly.
ST. A. D. BALCOMBK,
Manager "Republican, "
091 HA, NkB,
A Paper fcr the Ttotls, a Friend cftht
Parser and laiustral CIa::e
Given t T.vrry M Kawerlktr.
This picture repr-scnta Com. Oliver-IL
Perry in the act of pa.jine from one pbiir to
another in t tmall open tat. darins thefieT?
ot tne bat.le. expoeu to the ere of the enemy.
It Usaszres IS 67 22 1-2 Xsdiss.
I artbttmlty finished in thirteen colors and
is nndoabtedlo the niost diab!eehromo ev
er offcre I as a premium. Sinz'e copini of it J
test at uu. He naTe at a irreat oaiUjr -enrei
tho exHatre control and sale of it.
and there fo re &rf enabledto nrsiit k tatour
patrons as above.
The fcNQUHtKR still stands nrerenctntat
as a firrt-cJa Xewrpjper. It Tarions d-J
lad Saoerrl iTsws.
AU aire eridsaceof the care asd pa! s takes
to aiply ita readers with allufm and
and a variety of readiajr that cannot tsil tn
interest each and every member ef thefene
fcrcld. 5oscribh .nrwwh onr asenu or send
direct to as.
Wedenrean ant nt erery Post Ofic.
and wbere nose are yet appelated, let awn
To?-ntMa4s -pply for the ancy.
FARAH L KcLEAM, P
Cs Jfcis Str:s ssrt ixr ta 3si Zini
'k lover? of th caraJ,arc invited to
feajrA froh assortment of cigars, can-die-,
athl nut-, always on hand.
Gentlemanly clerks alway 00 hand
(0 attend to customers.
nl'tr Rl7. SMfTH. Prop.
RED CLOUD DRUG STORE.
j Kep tb. bt and largest Drug
I Store u Hed Cloud.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
both day and night. n4 tf
1 T lie J acol.soii 1 011. hc
Ha lately changed hand, and
now under the management of
J. M. JAC03S0N,
Who will make it the be.t Hotel
WVst of Lincoln.
He has iu connection with this hotel
S il L. S,
ST A II.LE.
fitiits ciriied to and from tlrede
not free of charge.
Jisninta, IdnJiwfo. Tic
Sm .th dc -TJalv-sti
SSD CL0I7D - - - 1122.
FU M IT UR E,
In Hed Cioud. Nub v at their o 1 ptitnd.
Ti c!iKhtfut t ctie wliat ti.t-y !: o on
Thcyhavc4 yupply. it may truly be niH
Of thut hicli i. needful for tho living or
They hare btdt pad. t:i) le.tHlilr.Uiihnirp
.Sofri.', buriMUf. and nil kin Is of such vrjivf.
Crib", loiinccj. i,p:t-'.and innttrtfcra to
V.'bieh tor all kinJ-of folks and axe will
They li.-n'c was-n and liorsM lor children fo
Which will p'c.i'r wive and liahits exceed-
They j y cn'i for Jhce thine am? :c!tft
riwm rli care.
And ivilizeM iIilmi, asd.eata.nnyoncdarc.
Ar.d nrw to you all. both rouce and old.
They'l' nut relu'c Rreerilwek, Kilver r trold.
W : in .tc ult our friend and neighbors to
And ihcy l-tibtIcrwilS find theydenl fairly
If yoc come. I do think yon can certainly bay
Aiio one can fay the price ii too hitJi.
,Si V. Ludlow
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
f- The be?f ofmarcrialsuscdi and all
LDone on-sb'irt notice and at riasonable
Shop in McNitt's Store.
Red Cloud IVcbrasKA.
Hiss S. A. Jtunx el,
Vnllrerectfa!lr inform the IIieof Ked
Cloud and rieinitr ibat he i pre
pared t execnto orders for
MIX I INTER 7,
PLAIN SEWiliG of all Kinds.
On-badand tor tale (fine asrtnentof
LADIES HATS. &c
Wis S. A. UNSELL,
Jin McXitt's EIUtn.T
BAUM'S NEW CHICAGO STORK
IN MCNITT S lltlLlUNU T Ot fc nlTlt OK T! K lnT -i4 r
RED CIiOUD, 1VTEB.
U whtrc you can boy
Heady 5faitl ClolhiiiK, IlafiSc i'np,
HoutN &SIiocm, rM?orlej4,
ami tccryih'tn" i tkrlhic oj Genera! crchancisc.
AT GRKATLY KKUCCKD PKICKS.
It trill pay you to exituine tuj l a, W" Sasfvo his . ..
whire. A ftiviidly invitation esteudcr! lo all.
CX-.11 I ak i.? a trial and I am nr that I can cnriar rw,. ,h4t t
keep the lanrest. -lock and the chcate-t store wot of the .Mi,., Ult
Klw" " I. BAUlff.
P. S. Highest Market Price paid for all kirus
of Country Produce, Hides and Furs.
CHAS. R. JUNKS,
v:h:l23als a::d estail dials s x:j
DRY GOODS, NOTlS, HATSf
IfihtHt C'iinIi Irle liil Ibr miii.
NEW GOODS !
J CI. POTTEIl
1 Takes this method to Inform the Public that he ha
Just opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
(', .'ttintj HI
f CALrcoTvs, n.vr.K. kiciit.. pink.
CHA.MUHK.S. I)KI.A1M", hAW.N'S,
I)lVlv.J TUIMMINiS ,t L?NIN(JS.
CtKKLS X- SKIIM'H. VAILS .v fJI.OVI-X
ULKACMKI) AND CNIJLKACrlKH Mt'LlNS
TAI1LI-; I.INKNS ATOWKLLNO.
PANTS, OV'ICli ALL fi SHUt-TIM.,
BOOTS A SXiO:M, 12 V'l; A M1'N,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits. Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLGU MEAL & BACCf,
And everything usually kept in a First Cla I)ry Good A Iroccry
-T. Ck. Potter,
Red Clcud Nebraska.
THE CHICAGO LU?WBE I YARD !
Kcp" cntMtantly on baud the
the Went. Also
and all kinds of
Crur stock U welltelected and purchased dircet from the raft. nd
will ta sold as low a the louest.
NEW HARDWAPtE STORE f
WIIOLKSAI.E AKD RETAIL
MITCHELL & MOKHAKT
Have opened a new stcre and have
IliKDWARE, tier, , Carpenter A
COAT, and WOOD STOVES. We hafe ako a Tin Shop aecle?
Lwith onr Stora We anmfactar Tit
Onr Stock.i t AKGE and well aborted. as4 e wil nal t low
as any hoanc rest of Lincoln.
Call and Sea Effort Prchatfii Efttwft re.
Opposite the Lsaaber Yard.
Red Cloud. -
la-ge?t stock of Dry ITnc J.onj!cr in
just rrnived a full and cocplet
CeppeT& Sheet Iroa Wire.
It ViT'y. 1lv
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