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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1875)
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Attorneys at Lav.
IVILLoX. J S. GILilA.M.
tllcox fc Qilhum
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Practice in all the Courts of the
Collection Pmmptly Attended to
CB IN' hHr OFFICli
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
k2Y PTSLIC Aw B, SS7A72
fr CfW, Nrltraxkn.
II" dirpcriiiirmicitl uj I aiUC JU-
ib, Ma qitett &. Wo ore.
COLN, NKP.RASKA. j
of h will - in ntS. ildanfe nt frli I
;ick in tbo itupublican Valley. 2. 1 .
IIOWKN. JAK. !.Al!'.J
;'neys at Law
REL ESTATE AGENTS.
' Will practice in oil (he C nnrly u
.llA.ii - - - lZiZUil.Ja
jal Estate Agent8, &.C.
Kit II rON, J. A. TUI.I.EYS
fichardson &. Tulleys,
S3TA7S & CCL'CTIKG A&'ilTTS
lllmy an 1 m!I Jl-nt C-t te in f'nniAiis-
jii 1 ! t ixi for iHiti'rt,li!,ntt.
oi:iI jtt iitin jiv-n toi'inii'cttons. tor'
ndi'iipc ciifit.l. A I letter ofiii'iuiry.
ni uee i "iii,lj micnvrcil.
OLOl'I), - --- NEIJ.
. II. ITr jei a n,
I jt sun,
and p11 Wt-tern Securities
jy-.SVo.i Jlmi'N n Sjirrt'itlfi
Real Estate Deaters,
).iiNtr)N - - - !:':
Urcn-t nllv Tor n!e a l.irsr j:ntitif
lit v L.ml in S.iitiiKrn N-iirii-K.i.
m -tit i -1 tn ) mi ' uiumiiuii anii
J.-xc-t . in a n -id lit.
t? t rn'Mii .1-i:ivpii to tJio ;iroTit-
'il'i ui lrf ! tn luiMi xil -ifr,I
il ,Ti St. .uj i Torctsi. j .if flu- lilt rior.
? B T51tM5E,-. J
I nlwav? -ndy tn do work in bis
at any time. Call on or tfdure-s
i at Wells P. O , Webster c'ounty.
ta Cledc House.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
5. 2.LU. - irJi.-iiv.j.-
Lml Stnblr in CniuTllon Willi Hi-
h;!,l lurLfpn rcfitleilnntlrcrnmi-lipd
iinshu'. t online- r . Mon. i'.ailrrtnd Men
tall rtie vitniu 11 J' "ml. nill GnJ
ile acaiiuoilations at thin lintel.
ed Cloud ASiirs!
fa are prepared to do cus
pior p'e:l and
rsi ftl--X for aSc
ffziT Saifa-tion su rfraniee I in j
al'uy of fluiir milii and crT.i ;
(UK. Finm'K -honld he paiticular
-eeure the bet of seed wheal.
Potter & Frisbiej
A. i. IJAJWYER.
at the Billiard Hall, Rep Ci.ov'u.
- -, - i ii-, i
tirShaving, shampooing and Hair-
I'utting "in tbe highest style of" the ;
rt. i.-iu i
vity iMLeut; jiarMci.
Has iu-t opened a Meat Market on
Web-ter Stree next door south of
'urk Shot -sUJU where he will keep
id sell ffesti i'ue.ita ol all kinds.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEF CATTLE, HOGS,
Red Cloud. - - - - Neb.
1 DKALXIIS IS
lATines & Liiquors
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacct
OF ALL KINDS,
Frrsli Lager Beer From " Anteloj)'"
Jtrewery, constantly oo hand.
W W TITTTT-TIi
J. W. TIJM-JlVJL?,
U. S. PENSION SURGEON, j
Office 3d door Soutl ofCour.t House.
SeddCwie fine le Ztsi sf 21 Ecud.
. . HUB RE R.
0ce is Sitj 2ro Stcrc,
RKI CLOUD. TCEHUASKA.
Regular tfina will he m-de hetreen j
HASTINGS and RED CLOUD.
I "hall be pleaded to carry papwpper
uiton the dav. mi'tttinnud. leuv'nir Re
, , . , , - ,,
oavh and rndny Leu vim: Huttiiics
at A. !., an Tuerdys, Tbur-dayw ;
Fare rear-on able
WWwtr EViMA W9mB
M.mWWH ML'WM Ws t.IIC'fO)
H. B. E0LKS3, Proprietor.
Thi- Stacc Line rnnninir from
B'omnlmrfnii io Guide Ilork connects
with the line ftoin the north, also the
one nothing from the t-ntuh.
Arrives ut Red Cloud (fiom the wehl)
Mondays and Thursday., and returns
Tuo-davs ;wid Fiiilaj's.
Good time ; sober dfircrs and com
HAKPT0N & RALSTON.
Having lea-fed ihe Wairon and Rlaek-.-initli
.-hop, l.iitrly occupied 13' Tia
Itifper, are now prepared to do every
thing tit the line of
AGRKTLIUR VL IMPLEMENTS
Rcjtairc.l on sliuii notice aud in a
WAII6N5 AND 1 U(!GIES MADE TO
HAMPTON & RALSTON.
11, VKKTQS A l VKlt TISEMl.y-fS.
J. 0. W00D3.
Will devote hi- whole lime exclu
sive' to the practice of medicine.
Oibce at Rivertou Houe.
nS ly Rivejiton. Nf:n.
W. C. THOBPSOSf, - - ?rcp.
Will entertain his guest in the inn-l
gent'em'in-like maiiner, with as good
fare as the market affords.
To thf travclias puMic we would say tivc
him :i call.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
:?0TAS7 PUBLIC AND SEAL 2STATS
Kivcrton Franklin County Nebraska.
as-Claim for sale and tailoriiiB done in
ih5 Iciest sti le.
DO VOTTKNO W
U J A. V U lViV U
THERE IS A
Uierc ycu can get anything you
. - -t ir.. ..I'll II .. m..j:
want in me nnu ui i uru i-mg-. jkui-
eiiie". ami irf fact all artie.e u-uaily
wCpt u a fifst-class Drug Store.
Purp Whirs and Liauors
S' "" ...ww .
fer medicinal use.
Physicians prescriptions earefully
compounded dy or nght.
B95uCH.oMir treated trith respect anJ
un occasional cgttr.
GIVE HIM A CALL:
iSI7SRT0-ff - - - y553AS-
Uotice to Teachers.
Notice is hereby givqn. That I will
examin all persons who may desire to
ofier thcm-elves as cairdidatcs for
teacbers of the primary or common
school of the county, at my ciS'ce in
lied Cloud, on the first Saturday cf
August, rftneaiber, February and
I May. H- . ItA-KT,
- Y ASSERT vantedforbro
worSsof French art. "HUM
jWiyajaii r 1'ets.' nd the mtr( lair.
"ThTeDinner.Aad thenar-" These pictures
arc Wor.kv cfa ffaec in cot!y krnt nd in
ciieaiTCf enough for the euaplest, ?chs
m.-iar.-ad an tight. , We rart
rcadr salts, rood profit, and inck returns.
Jlu? active pn- irhowai take held can
make a kuJNM iacBe. Be fer our
3 1 i Moarof-t.. Ckntsta-
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF)
j red clocd, Nebraska.
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Xnncrtln thu Column 10 CtaUn Line)
Atlv.l nl Rrnnrlan- fr Emll
Juniata Uavei, 3lottdaj's
Wedm-MiavV and Pndzy a m.
Kua:.'KUN, poinjr cat, Motid2j"s
jind 'I'liuryilBi 2 p. m. Gnmrf wK
Tuetday'.i and Friday's 10 a. m.
Pleas ant Hii.l leve- ThurNlayrGj
a. tn. Arrive- edti?day s -5 J', ui.
.Mail closed 'J p. m.
Jewell. Kana. arrive? Friday's
VI in. Leave. Friday I p. m.
RlEI Kan-ai, arrive.- Thursday's
ll!a. m. leaves Tliur-tlay 1 p. m
Office open from -1 untiil 6 p. m.
All reentered matter niut be in
the cTening before the mails leave
M. IJ. McXitt. P. M.
St'rriees oyery 2r.t and third i5al-
bath-of each mouth at Ked Oloud
and lua vale. 7 J o'clock l. M. ut
Red Cloud. -1 o'clock V. M. at Jn
avale. Kvcri' second and fourth
Siibbuihb at Butin and Harmony
Precincts. Rev. A. 31 AX WELL,
BAITIST CHURCIT.-Rev. Tno-
MPXLciW, Pa-tor. Service every
fourth Sabbath at Ti 1'. 31.
Sauiiaiii ScnooL every Sabbath
ujoming at 10 t. 31.
,). 0. POTTEU, Supt.
U. S. Land OFJ'h'i:. )
Rlooihiuctnu, Ntjb. V
Complaint, having heen entered at
tin. office by James II. Milncr, for
abandoning hi homestead entry, No.
I7.., dated Dec. 0th, 173, upon the
not thent quarter, Scr. a' town-hip
t, range 10 wet, in Webster county,
Nebra5a, with a view-to the caneella
tion of said entry: the saiu parties are
heieb summoned to appear at this
office on the 0th ddy oi December,
1875. at 10 o'clock u. in , to respon 1
and furnih testimony concerning said
Wehstek Eaton Rogi-tor.
lllt Evan Wouthinj, Receiver.
U.S. Land Office.
OctobcrJth, lH7.. )
Complaint havinir been entered at
this office fty Jo-ejih Wencinger
:igain-t John I. Moore for abandoning
hi timber culture entij No. 5.3S,
dated May 1?A. 1S74, upon the tiorth
oast quarter, section 34, townhi fotir
(4), ranc nine (9) west, in Webster
county, Nebni.ska, with a view to the
.cancellation ofsuid entry: the said
parties arc hereby summoned to ap
pear at this office on the '22d day of
November 1875. at I o'clock p. m., to
respond and furnish testimony con
cerning s-ud alleged abandonment.
Wehstek Eaton, Reenter.
ul-4 EVAN Woutmnm, Receiver.
Sealed prnjioal will be received
at the offioc of the Clerk of ebster
County Nebraka, for furnishing
twelve cords of diy wood, said wood
to be full length of four feet ami to he
delivered on or before November loth
IS75. Proposals received up to Oct
Ry order of the Board of Commis
sioners. J. A. -Tulleys,
Bed'' Cloud Oct. 5th. 1S75. y 3t
Is hereby given that die Board of
County Commissioners of Webster
County Nebraska will on -the 9tbr
day of October J875 at 10 o'clock
A. M. receive proposals, for the con
struction of" a bridge across Elm Creek
on the Juniata Road. Specifications
will be giveu on said day before re
By order of the Bnard.
J. A. Tulleys,
Red Cloud OcLnth 3S75.
James Murphey Probate Court,
Johu Couolly. J Webster Co.. Neb.
Defendant will take notice that
order of attachment was issuea in tbe
above caiLe by I. W. Tulleys, Probate
.Judge, on Oct. 21st, 1875,4brthe
of forty (40) dollars aud cost?.
WlLLCOX k GiLUAH,
I I-3t Attorneys for Plain tiff
FORECLOSURE. OF MECHANIC'S LtEX.
To E. E. Covey aud Leroy S. Esteli :
You will take notice that oa the .25th
day of October, 1875, WLfiaut I Vaa
Alstyne, and John D Leach, filed W
the office of the Clerk of the District
Court cf thfc 1st Judicial District is
Nebraska, in aed for Webster County,
a petition iyf a judgement of twobua
dred aud fifty dollars asd binety-oae
cent, and an order of sale of lot." No
4, in block No 5' ra LaDuc's addition
to the'town of Ketf Clt5-d, Nebraska,
to pay Mid judgement oas Meebauie's
Lie, aud the said E' E. Covey and
Leroy S. Eatdr are hrcbr notified
that tSey are ricjuired to appt aar aud
answer said" pr Irion tt or ief ore the
13th day-nf Dwseajber, 1S75:
Dated-October 5th, IU5.
Wjluaji L. YAAstfiJ:
w-Uw' D. Leach. '
.Mailclo J9l.ju. ;"i:feu ; -Wc proniirtd two weeks nj?o to ofmoident. The.-totr take it- tK j Tho.
d-yIhurfc.yid.iaidarM.tt.IRTCji.i of fhj lcIIieoIH 2nt f "G.briel O,3ro." from iuht.ro. m Thi, artieie U full of praetiel d
HAiiVAKU leaves i"" Jj"" I their weishtB that wt-re brought to. Mmplc. good hearted hone-t old miner venption., by ths aid of which girU of
and Friday,' 6?"p." nT 3laif closed j thi office to compete for the premium J of a type Muie iut di.Vereut from that J .jj ape 3t,j tO0f fQr tiat mattcrj
:X p. m. j wc offered. The firct one entered wa of his ilbi-tnout predece-or in ) a Ulste bcauttful aud ufoful Chri-t-
to call on Z?hruo. & Co.. for Drug?.
v i : . z?.T". CJ.!
' Books. &c. Ac 11-2
i - Now ii the tinil for all. who wish
' picture to et theru, a the jiboto-
gnipher intend leariug this place oo
s ' .. ,
I aexi .M outlay.
t T- t. r. . I::... (i.r.
I .Mr. rranit jcaiiasi ;iuj, .........
, mile-corth of totrn, rssd Ir m one
j ba-hel of M:ed H busiwb of potatoes,
ho can beet that.
j by, Jake Ca-cLeer weight, '2(J lb-,
d. by .Mr. Slater " W
3d. " " " 3d "
4 lb " Fraui'Tcnnant ' 40 "
Tiie la-t but not lea-t wi. by far
the best flavored melon of t' e four.
New that the Crop- have baen
gathered in, and the election i- over,
everything i jnict and dead. Th
Krniu is being hauled off to the rail-
i road, and the stilhte.-. m cifr streets L-
uln.-t uiibniken Now and then a
load of iiotatoe- is brought to town
and .-old for two or three doilarj, aud
a broad .-hould red Gracergi.esji
grumbling because there is no tu.rket.
A farmer occa-ionally exchange a
couple hu-hels of com or potatoes for
a plug of tobacco and tuwL becau-e
t(ili:n-fi ii so itc.-ir nnJ t-nrn tn olif-in
In the meanwhile the Chief look for
items aud new-, aud finds nothing
au-uiuici.v kihk on. wuuie ujjs, .mu-
wu,u" mu uii ui viu-ii, auu iiiuu
again Motuart will take the l.ad. Ihe
only variation in this scene of monoto
ny the pa-t week was the dance at
Noah Perry's. It i the biiainev of a
new.-paper, however, to b'i a faithful
and true epouent of the cnterpri
and activity of the community
wi.mii it is published. u e present
the lollowing items lrom our reportor 1
nctc book : f
First in oider i. the followiu:: Tiie
jumping mania being over, Frank Pot
ter has gone up to Fern's 10 make
Th htst of the seaon being ovr
31. C. Jack-ou has retired from the
cool shades of town to his farm on
M. C. Sherman has indefinitely de
ferred the prosecution of his eclebia- j
ted ttjchii.uut suit against the Phelp
Bro. This step is to he regretted a
it would be very ca-y at the pre.-ent
juuctuiu to obtain jurymen. The boys
are particularly-disappointed as it had
come around to the turn of Willcox to
treat, and he was calculating to defray
tne expense from his fees in this ea.-e.
Rufus i evidently smitten again.
He explains his iudi-positiou by com
plaining of itie ague, iiut no atten
tive observer ol Ruiu' pcifurmaitcc:
last Sunday will be at aJess as to what
to uttribute his debility aud languor.
Mr. James Lob.-itz, the popular and
enterprising clerk of the new store his
introduced the heretofore unknown
game of Mug.;iu.," among the fair
.-ex of this village.
' Ciofjuet hath c' arms to sooth the
savage." Even our industrious legal
student. Charley, forgets his books m
the absoiption of the game, especially
wheu he is so fortunate as to prevail
f on a lady to assist him.
Charles Porter, the druggist, has
purchased u riding poncy. Those who
know, intimate that the obdurate
heart of our pill manufacturer has at
last been pieiced by Cupid's arrow,
anil' mat the iair cause of the delicious
paiu lives a few miles out of tuwu.
Hence the pony.
The second foot running mateU km
tween W. N. Riehardsou and MueheJff
the hardware vug, has been deteued
fur the pres'nt, ou account of Mr.
I Mitchell's aukle, which is not com
pletely recovered yet.
McNitl's garden produced so abund
antly that he has purchased a new sua
of clothes, aud is uow the nobbiest
That briliant, buTerratic prodigy,
that glittering but planetary star, J.
C Royse, drove into town the other
day with the bead of bis white horse
curbed upright iu the air, aud the
head of his tfoy reined down between
i bis fore legs, creating as usual, quite
sensation among the children of the
Hon. H. S. Kaley, the "sun-flower
man," was iu town the other day, and
paid us a vuit. Mr. Kaley reports
bis crop as in good condition aud un
iejured by the late elections. He and
hk brother have gone into the stock
business, having recently purchased
four blooded shoates.
Sherer, the man that keeps the ap
ple aud peanut stacd between Kaley's
warehouse and Gurber's Block, ha
lately purchased a choice lot of drugs,
which he has added to his stock of
Geo. Zeiss, our popular druggi-t,
baa received a oew supply of choice
liquors and is now ready to compound
U peseritios at all hours.
Hotel wSslueas is picking up. The
e-Urpfw-wf landlord ef the Valley
House ia purchased the' celebrated l
10-dH-r CY-xy Jane, Hfed by Go!d-mitkJljH-,
, aad way be aeeu every
fak ewi-s ehibiting her p-e-s U. au
J.U. Post has added a splendid
-b-rw-whe I his livery outfit. $Te u
-gtct-Wl k vat aaanuf-eiared-t.Cory,
K-, -d w inbo. - .be
Afet iaa- at xhb Satet- Expoaooa.
Wasted.' 1,000 bushel- of pots
toe- at L. Basoa General 3!ercbn
Urct Harte's nex novel, "Gabriel
Conrcy," which is at last completed,
aud carefully guarded in the nubuH-
ef1 nafe, call- forth the highest ami
uJj'atioii in literary circle. It will U?
t :.i :.. .. vn,-n.L..
uveuu . - ' ...wkuw,
number of Scribner's Magazine, with-
out iHutratie:i, for it i id to le
praam? WJjwUU need orthetu, and full
Haite's writing-. Several faiuiiwr
friend, neverthele-, rnew old ac
quaintance, irnor'c them Colonel Sur
bottle. The -tor- i- wholly in Mr -H..rte's
oritPnal fi'ld. and is aid to '
fulfill, as a novvl. the promi- of hi
very best tale. The opininc i pro-,
nounced, by critic.- who have had ae
cpp to the manuscript, to le vry !
owerful; iti?a terrible picture of s
starving camp, and from thi -tait the
-tnrj- i- aid to hold th reader with
an almr.-l ancuturnrtablt urip. ein
th.it hp In- to wiit month by month
It Ap Yuri: TiH
Cattle, Cattle, Cattle !
j .(j heid ofcnttle, U h ad of two-J
t ...... ..t.J.- Hi l...l nP .a..i;,u -M
, i1Cad of calves and the rest co!7.
( WJiich will be sold eheap forca-h.
,0 a g00 t tie.ivv ilnlt U-run wpilMi-
, if,;, aooui ,v) iiuu'iti' i, nee aim V.
, 1,, horses and harnes- ?3'H)
AL-o a J.irm for rent, term-, i lr 1
yea'-, or I for ihe year ; 7'aera bro
ken, good I.eu-e, 125 loot of stahiine.
"1 . two well-, and about !,' a era of fall j v.V are i.repurcd u. ink viU with the ut
e ' plowing. For particular call on or j "'i'-r.l ia a snuf-dory ui.r.
" addrt- C. A. L-ine, or A. fiarbur. j A.r,n nn), ,H!.r ,UllJeH taUn ,H ex.
(;ui,jc octc nr nt ,i,j, 0rrie(.
,,. "..".' , .. "" , . ,
ANTE! Mrmg C.llre !or Winch
I will p-y the l.i-he-t cash price de
, i, i f,i,i
at li d Lioutl.
J?imriiilr trlifn lti llnstiiinc. in
cad ami s-e ', d.rung & Co. 1 1 2w
Jut see how ea-y it is to pay for
J jvur paper. 11 yr.xi rn t fh min-r
you can pav for it with avy of the fol
lowing m tide
Wheat. Oat. B'irley. Corn.
Rye. Bti'cl-wheat. Flour. Meal.
Potatoes Cabbage. Siuah. Bar
ley. Beans. Pumpkins. Wood.
Pork. Reef. Chicken. Butter.
Egg'. And we were never yet
known to icfii-e money.
Z.dirung k Co., keep t neat drug
tot'e and .ell eheap. 1 1 2w
Wanted. -1, 000 bu-hels of wheat
for which f will piy the highest umi
ket priec ;n ci-h or in trade, at L.
Baum's New Chicago-Store. - -
-John ParP- bus "IitWicw Hdup'
almot completed il will be quite an
addition to the neighboihood. John
proposes to give the hoy- a dance,
when he get his building eonipkled.
I. J. Fori of Walnut Creek
raised from one Mpiash seed 1U feet
A great manv arc complaining of
cold- although the weather" is delight
John Birbor has thi-wetk enmp
Lied a large and commodious stable
near the Brewery for the accomoda
tion :he traveling public He hasabo
fitted up a coiufortSble place tc cook,
i at and sleep in.
31 C. Sherman would respect
fully requet all who are indebted to
him to call and settle. All who can't
rai-o the Btav- ran i-av (heir hTts in
ffrfaTri -Tiai lliatiaf ia-fc-i if nrice.
irom v. nas. -'rttwHaffjji Hou r prac
tieal Farmers, hiflHft' nay. for
his paper in advjncenMkwbelieves in
the old sajiug of pjor Ri-liard ''Plow
deep while eluggird- sleep, and you
will have corn to sell an 1 keep." He
says this ha3 been demonstrated on
n r,i r "" SF '-.
"his place tilts year, Two pieces of corn
were planted adjoining eacli' ether
both on fall plowing, one piece was
plowed deep and wilT yield ahowt 7U
bushels to the acre, the other .shall jw
aud wid not go over 30, this proves
clear! the benefit of deep plowing.
Last Wednesday we had ths b
pleasure of stride up to the lively town
of Hastings. Everything there seemed
to be alive and moving. The amount
of grain bought in this place is surpris
ing, a gret portion of which ls
brought frOw. Smith and Jewell coun
ties Kansas. The junction of the St.
Joe & Denver with the B. & M. at
this place, gives grain buyers an ad
vantage over thoe at any other station
for some distance either way. While
in tbe city we made the acquaintance
of Mr. Wigton who has recently suc
ceeded Mr. Dazue ia tbe editoriakbip
of tbe Hastings Journal, and will un
doubtedly make it a lively and inter
esting sheet. Altoge'her we bad a
very pleasant time and hope at no dis
tant day to repeat cur vi-iL
Re. Cloud ffetail Market
COREfECITD WEKKXTKT I BAUM.
C. Coffee ugar For fl, "iff 1 everything that wiflV, tend 13 indaee'
YeKow Coffee Sugar---..-. immTratiou to the valley..
Choice Rio Coffeew,.lIbi. for fl.OJ j , , , ' -rcj..
Rice 8 lbs . -.. .-LOO AJ1 wlio are, iBtejcstsd in k-visg a
Tea per lb. ..... ..-..75wJ.0O wTde-'aw?Je, lirefy, loeal Bewpaper
Butter r fl 1. 18lT ... - , . , t, ... ' .
EeisprwOB 10 Pab5fced. Ae Republican A alley
Flanuels per yard -. .3(i("l"5nTned to exaatfae The OsiZf
Brown Shirting prywrd:.-...MC5l5 .l--sdi!ric3abscrTwrr.
IPriats.-----.. ...... -.-...-..... -.10 4 , .
Boats sea per pair r...$4(S5 -Wat. m t - .
Wbc5.SwOes.pcr ,ir I 7t ' MfttT It PripnttwC,
WELLS ' WELLS
U lintinr vcvUj, Imft.l aril! da
to call upon W. W II Aimer,
In-rale, Web-irrCa. Neb.
3Good note tslcii if desired.
ONE HUNDRED CIfRISr.MA5
.M HOV? TO VAJCE THfc-V.
i . .... -w-
j ne Uitce&ter .Uttlbcr Ot M
NICHOLAS wtQ iooiaiS" sn adoiir-
( aWe aRitfje enlitl "One Huudrrd
ChriJniai Presents w! Ho to Male
j niaa lrc-jnU foral! their friend-and
, It will he ReaiV NovEMliEU AHh
WELL AUGER !
j Haviue obtained the spenyy fer tl z
v a ' -ntsJ.a ter
077-3 CZlZBHArSD VTZLL SDHIHu
i And ornvMi'd rmriflr!4 with fir-f-
CR luachinory for mnianc WeM. c
. take thi- inKliol of sohcitins crdera
om all who -eek watr supply.
I Ii-inir Ih dulv nTithArizxl nxcnl ff thl
j Fut.ffrt Nnni,Tnlii. au4 IikIi-
I iUm1 rUt' for-,,e-
SPLKNPID lit' JINKS Pun A SMAL.
d a uay buaranieeD using
this Wei! Augar.
OWEN & MONTGOMERY.
S. Gabber 1 Co.
Dry floods and
-SOOTS and KliIQl-S
Hats? Caps. &
Rtadtj Jlftide. Clofhin" !
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be undersold.
GIVEC3 ACVLL, ONE A- ALL.
,7d Horf CJioiui, 3Tcb.
THE ONLY PAPER IN
The interests of Immigration will be
looked after, and the publisher desires
the co operations of all who desire to '
ee Southwest Nebraska? settled with
i.- j r-r,r -:- T.
IIC UU -C1I1CJ JUilUj JIHJUV.tS. J'
this end furnish accounts of tbe re-
sorces 3nd capabilities of the. po3, tte
best locatioaa still vacant, and, la fact,
! RED CLOUD
J. BERENZEN & CO..
Webster Street. Nt. 105.
A GOOD PURE ARTICLE OT LAGER BEEB CONSTANTLY
J. C. yffARfr-E-R, Prop-
I- t,lwsy rasdy to attend to and male comfortable hl ptron.
Thi- Hoiolbontirlr covrhaviuj:
purHe of the trartHtif pubRc
STAGE LEWES FOR THE
WEDNESDAY, it FUiDAY OF
I-Claim to Have the
Alwav- keeping on bsnd a Jod supply of
II A I AND
' --- -
' AUo a'
r... : l
. fi om tht 51
good conveyance for the
ace to any other at rca-onable rate?.
0. L-. BATTLES & SON;
SHELF & HEAVY HARDIVARB
And all FAR8HNG MACHiNERY at Grange Price;
MOUNTED" and 'wDPDlWrN"
Mha-2kaLF-dLi wt7 mwFkammm A
A good assortment oC
NAII ll'AKES, BOLTS. CO-tX PDANTEIwSK
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS
CARPENTERS' AT MASONS' TOOLS, PAINTS, OILS.
NEWTON WAGONS, GLASS, TINWARE;
GRAND DETOUR PLOWS,
witn Wood or Iron Beams. with VTdod aad Iros Bcaawi
And Everything needed by the Farascf or Mecbamc
Fine Table and PocSet Cutlery.'
O. L. BATTLES & SON--
W. L. VANALSTYNE
jif.d cioun; Nebraska
pine Lumber, lath shince-I
jAnd wry Artiafi -g--Hy t ft Tn a
- - JL.
ig0jJwANTjeb ToupitCwlix Axrwrli
JOHN 8KB EN$Ef
been fitted up fof the txptz
RAILROAD ON MUftlU ,'
EACH WEEK .VLUO'CLOCK
BEST STABLE Wnst
G R A I N,
purpo - e of conveying p3ciiKr5
fed Piper, 6tc;
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Hrrt (WJfciaiT p t-MJ.
r - J j
& V -
RED CLOUD. .NEB.
f periJ. F. Sjkth,
i 1 1 o Auocwey Jar IT tit:
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