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.TKEBEO CLOUD CHIEF.'
'THimSDAY NOV. 1, l7o
One copy 'I year, 5 00
Of ic copy 0 month?, LoO
Owe copy " "
tont pni th other brilpc in, wc hope ?20SDHTC-S C? TE2 C5UHT7 COX
the Coinmiiuni r-J will fc that their
coiitrmt h f'.lSHed b'-fore they accept
the u"w bridge.
I intend to have a "husking bee"
next wrck and may p rhap write you.
Mimctliing about tliut, so adieu for this
time. J. N.
A P. TVJ.J rV Cwtinca. U.B.enMnr.
V. Ilifrhcoca. iualia. '. o. Senator.
Iorertxo Cnunc. " KcprejenUtive.
H7.AS GA RI'EIt. Gov.ruur. n Linroln.
Urnno 1 rrelirek. Sec of Slate.
.1. I! tt'e-toji. Lincoln. Auditor.
J. IJ. McflrMo. .. Treasurer.
Ceo. II. Kiherti-. Atty t.eii.
.t. il. McKtuzie. Lincoln. Sun. Pub. Instruc.
Cri). 15. Like. OmJRa. Cliicf.I iticc.
Dan" Ganit. Xcuraiika ity. ) A.mciatc Juf.
J-ara'l Maxwell. I'l-uiaoutb Au-"e J ut-
.f. A. Tnllcy!. County ClrrX.
E. II. -lone. . Trer-'orrr.
T. V. Tulle?. Probate .luilKe.
il. C. Kill. Mhrriff.
51. P. Kaley. School .-"up't.
C C. (,'(.on. Coroner.
M K. Thorn. County Purveyor
A.M. Marly.) .
1. w. It-ill, J- County Coaiiaisiuoucr.
P. .Mattojon. I
Vetoter Cctmlj C-sicssei.
rsosi wALB&r 02222.
Welter Co.. Neb., lies in the Valley o!
the Krp-iMie iu. is l.V) mile wen of the Mis
jour! Hivcraiol ouches tho State line on
thj South. Winter arc miM ami dry: very
iliiile rain oreauw fall in that season o lit
tle in fact th ""1" '" " '-- ;u
KajrTur Bruin. Plenty of rain fall? in tho
rprirfganii nutnmer. The Minimer are not
diiacrtoably warm, nr there if alw.ij? a coI
brcz-! especially in the cvisnins?. 'I he
ooiinty first beeaa to o tls 'n 1570. I' 171
thetouniy wasorgaairctl wiib n population
of-tr. Ito population! now between i!.00
unci 'JOefl and if rapidly Increafinjr. There
an-at pre tr.niSH orKmiscd school diMrkts
w itbin its bound ries and school facilities arc
tin relore ample better than thoee In- some
I'.-iftein States. The api'ortionable school
iutul iiirni-lies nearly enough iijnney to pay
treli-i8 wurc, Farmer can buy II. H
land Iron. S1.50 to SO per acre- with ten ycai?
tiiin. Thei c is yet a cooc.I,r..Mc amount of
K'oVTiimetit lauds tor iiuine'tead ami pre
riivin?. Aa ftock rniiuic country it is
.:r.l 'o excl. Oat le do well, and for xbcop
j otntiflt bo bqntin. It i jast united to that.
Koituii-K can be easily made by r.iisiiiK ihcp
xr the e.xpciifo of fecdiiiKis very hiii.i1 I Tint
onrii. (ints, barley, pot.ities. buek wheat, and
l! bind of roots nn( rcxctablri1, ro crown
iiero with little labor. .'." buchi l offod corn
to thi aero is in thine new. Wbe.it averages
ab-intir ou!icbtto tlu-Micre. Fruiidoes t-x-trcnioly
well. Kvi!i? farmer has his orehnrd
prinvinK. Xorcftitrocai'ruu rapidly. Oottoii
ni'od. boxitldi-r, wbitcwood. Hft maple, and
inncy other kinds of trce.x irrow into timber
larK'-enouch for fuel iu abniujthrco years.
Kat; oraiiKo plants ilo 1 iccly. aixl in u few
jeaisyo'ir livo tences eu be made. Me
ihanics find emii'oyment anl fair .icts. Tho
tery hotaiid pute.t water u ol.tainod by
iroiiisfromo to Urt fret. The com. is very
unall when the well is borei!. Thec well
never kq dy. Thet-treams of thiscoiintynro
iho Itcpuldisan ami its tributaries, wliieh are
i f.dlot- on tho south idc of the river.
Vilnut. !ry. Uuiril... State- Penny. 0 dar.
JImA?, At'h, and tuidnKoekcrek. On tho
north hid arc Williw. Elm. Cottonwood,
crooked. Imliau.aiid t'aniierJ crfeks. In tho
north part oi tho county is the liluo river
a.id its tributaries.
Tho soil of Webster connty is a dark, rich
viv'tablo loam. The wild siraes aro nutri
t u.3ad.ibund:tiit.ai)d luahu tuo.-t excellent
will undoubtedly prove a iirofitablo produc
tion. Thorewho have tried them so decide
Oui rtilroad pro'pects are Rod, and we
will Irivo i road as soon a3 really need
one. Uul tho farniers for y-ars will find ready
.!e 'or surplus production in the newer
counties west and to new sotiler. Ity the
titac tlioso murkets aro cloid roads for
c'icapcr transportation oast ill bo opened.
Ourcl'inalo i' healthful, the air pure and
bi.icim,-, audicknrs. of ."iv k.aJ Is almost a
ftjauxcr tathc people bre.
Tho coanty seat. Hi:i CL.0U1J on the llo
publicau river, ue ir the center east and west
mid a little touth of the center north and
routii. In it are chances ior buMiivss men of
very hninch of trade. Tho country around
i -u-h as to war ant a good busimss in every
K wi of merchandise. Ited Cloud and Guide
tlock aro Iho only two-laid out t-wns. Fur
thor intormation imii be obtained from any
land agent who advertiser ia.thls papcr.orat
ItUOM now on wo propose la talk
railroad. In the present state of thin-;
it i. difficult to toll when we shall ob
tain one. The B. & M. at present
cjturols our trade and taakes as taueh
uiouey out of these river counties as if
ita road were along the river. The
railroad counties will u-e air their in
fluence to prevent our obtaining an
outlet to a market except through
their towns. Wilk thesj two influences
against U3, our country will develop
tardily unless we bestir ourselves and
u.--e all means in our power to hapten
the building of a road through our
midst. It is believed that earnest effort 1
can accomplish much in this direction,
and. it is also believed that the expen
diture of oar time and means will be
more than fully repaid us when a road
Scott I. 0., Web-ter Co. Neb.
October 27th, 1S75.
Ed. Chief: Th Eighteenth An
nual Communication of the Grand
Lodge I. 0. 0. I", of Nebra-ka wa
held in TtfCUfiiach on the l'Jth, 20th
and 21 -.t of October. There were a
large tiun.ber of re)re.eiitativc att
well aa vi.Miing brethren pre.-ent. The
I dehb-ratif.n were characUnzcd
throughout by earnest, act.vc solici
tude lor the good of the order, aud
ptace ami good will to men. The moat
auiieabtb leelitig prevailed during the
many heated discussions, which en
sued, relative to locui Ici.'-iatiou. The
following were the principal Grand
UiBceri elected for the ttiiuing year :
.. Ziniiiterer of NebiakaC:ty, li. V.
i. Mm E J. b'taley of Omaha, It. V.
U. (J. M ; E O. l'arkor, II. V. 0.
M ; S. Stretch uf Kalli City, 11. W.
(J. It. The leportb brougtit in from
the various lodges in the jurisdiittion
were ritiilettt with i"'""- ami cliowetl
the uiost liitttcring results o the lust
I ytta's labors Fifty-live live, active
lodges arc cnuagol iu work in the
jurisdiction. Tie nesLumumuulcauon
will be held at Crete. Then returning
the(r. L. viited -No. 3'J iu Lincoln in
a Lody, and enjoyed one of tlue
'feast of reason and How ofhoul,"
.seldom enjoyed in a liletime. It id
very derirable that the uon affiliating
through thi, county .should cek a
home among he lodges now organized.
K. 1$. R
FABICMS AWA7 PEOJt A EAIL20AD.
Baxix, Nov. 1st, 1S75.
Ed. Chief : The farmers iu this
section are progressing fiuely with
their work. Most of them have their
threshing done and arc ready to husk
their corn and do- their fall plowing.
There will undoubtedly be a great
deal of ground plowed, this fall as it
his been clearly demonstrated that fall
plowing is the best, especially for the
earlier grains, such as wheat, oats,
barley, etc. There is one thing for
which we have to be thankful and
tnat is that our horses are in much
better condition to work this fall than
they were lat Tbe prairie fires have
raged around us considerable but as
It is attended with disadvantages
and drawbacks numerous and serious.
Crops will undoubtedly grow and ri
pen at a distance from a railroad. But
there is seldom any great benefit de
rived from thi?-. The raising or crops
and gathering iu of harvests constitu
tes but a small part of successful farm
ing. The science of farming, the work
of the brun, consists hrgely in the
.tra ling, iu the buying to advantage
and selling to advantage. Those who
raise good crops aud reap abundant
hat vests arc not always equally sue
ccsaIu in accumulating wealth. Tlu
money is made in trade, in the pur
chase of essentials cheap aud in the
profitable dispo-al of produce. Here
is the scieuce of farming.
-i.on, ruimcia euricn vticuireivef or
meet with failure. In the shrewdness
of tiii? man for trade lies the chief ele
ment of succor, in the unfitness of
that one to drive a good bargain lies
the secret of his poverty. Fifteen
bushels to the acre will make one man
wcahlry. Twenty-live bushels to the
acre will keep the face of another on
the gritid'Mone. The faculty of turn
ing thium to account, of making every
thing bring the- most it will is the mot
essential ingredient in the make up of
a prosperous farmer.
That this faculty may have full p'ay
and scope it is evident it must enjoy
the advantages of a close and conve
nient market. There must be a place
bandy and easy of acce.-s for the pur
chase of implements and the dispo al
of produce. There must be a market
for stock where the farmer can buy
and sell, and that market must be
known. Its prices must be easily as
certained, and its fluctuations closely
and sharply observed. The Iapso of a
couple of days is sufficient to bring the
price of grain and stock from aa un
reasonably high figure down to an un
reasonably low one. The exact time
to sell and tho fittest time to buy can
be known only by; those who are near
a railroad, who can avail themselves
of the telegraph for ascertaining the
itate of the market in Chicago or St
Loui, and use the steam car to trans
port their stock or produce thither
with tho greatest rapidity. In the
disposal of the produce of a farm, time
How is it with us? We have no
means of knowing the state of the
marker, cannot study its fluctuations
By careful perusal of the papers it
might be possible to obtain a correct
knowledge of last week's prices. But
they are generally a very deceptive in
dication of the present markets.
Even could we know, there are no
opportunities to take advantage of our
information. The prices will have
chatmed ere we can get our pork or
cattle there. These are the opportu-
October 2V.h, 1S75.
Met pun-cant to adjournment.
I'n-ciit. A.M. Hard,. G. W. Ball,
'Com!., J. A.il iilieyt, Clerk.
. M uutef of la-t meeting rea4 and
The following official bonds were ap
J A.Tulley, CI rk; II. G. Bill,
.Sheriff; I. V. Tulley-, Co. Judge;
E. il. Jones, Trea-urer; V. E Thorne
Co. Surveyor. Ani-.d Forbe-, D M.
Franei", It W'ike, Ja. Vance, J. C.
Warner. Justices of the Peace ; J D.
Post, C. Johnson, Jo-. Davison, Con
stable ; John Street, and Wm. E.
Jackson, Itoad Supervisors.
The following accounts allowed :
24 Judges of Klectiou $ 73 80
IS Cserks of Election 3G 00
Ma'k II. Varnei, 0 . Printing 70 70
J. C. Wara-T, Use of ; earn &c, 2 00
J. A. Tulley, making out tax
list &c , l'J7 Cj'1
II. G. Bill, arre-tiug prisoner &.j 4 70
II. S. Kaley, rent of office 75 00
II. S. Kaley, Co. Supt'afees 2.S 00
Application of James M. Baldwin
to lease S. i, N. W. 1, Sec :J0, 2, 12,
Contract for bridge across Elm
Creek let to John Laverty at $0.00 pr
Report of Commissioners to view
woik on road on south aide of river,
presented and approved.
Petition of i. Fetz aud 12 others
for a new precinct to be called Glen
woeu Precinct to comprise the territo
ry iu town 4, rang 11, granted, and
the following officers appointed viz :
P. L. llornbeck, AssusAor ; E. V.
Tuttle, Itoad Supervisor; D. tfetzaud
John McCailuui, Justices of the Peace,
and for Harmony Precinct, to fid va
cancy, M.i ion Alexander, Assessor;
John Wiatten, Ivjad Supervisor.
Adjourned till Oct. ,'JUth, 1875, at
.i a. m.
J. A. Tullkys, a. M. II aud v,
Cattle, Cattle, Cattle!
SO head of cattle, 12 had of two-year-old-,
10 head of yearling?, 20
head ofctives, and the rest cowa.
Which will be fold cheap for cash.
Also a good heavy draft team weigh
ing about 30 hundred, ace S and 9.
Price, horse.- and harness i'M'A).
Al?o a farm for rent, terms, I for 1
year, or for five years ; 70 acres bro
ken, good bou-c, 125 feet of stabHng.
two wells, and about 15 acres of fall
plowing. . For particulars call on or
address C. A. Lane, or A. Garber.
Guide Bock, or at this office. I0-3t
WSSEL7. S21C-WSSZL7 CULT.
October 30th, 1S75.
MeVpursuant to adjournment. Full
Board present. Minutes of last moot
ing read aud approved.
Petition vi' W. B. Thorne and four
others to vacate section line between
Sec. 1,4, 12, an J Sec. 6, 4, 11, grant
ed. Petition of C. Johnson and others
for a britlge across Libei ty Creek in
town 3, range 0, laid over for further
Contract for furnishing County wood
let to V. N. B:chardson at $4.50 per
Official bond of C. F. Broadwell,
Supeivi.-or of II. D. No. 8, approved.
Tho following accounts allowed :
Kutus Miksch, repairing bridge $G 50
IIere.isJ - Matteson,Cbm'refee3 10 SO
la. Lduiy appointed J. P. lor Lia:
mony Precinct to fill vacancy.
Adjjur.ied till Nov. lit, 1875.
J. A. Tullevs, A 31. IIaudy,
Returning partie from tb.3 Biack
Hills are bringing more favorable re
ports concerning the richness of the
ore. thau at first supposed. If the
Government will give the miners a
chance next spring there will be a
grand rush to the new Eldorado. It
is po-sible that whether a treaty is
made with tho Indians or not, many
adventurous men will find their way
to the Hills and commence work
The United States canuot afford to let
the red skins controlo that erritory.
Give the miners a permit to go there
and they can take care of themselves
as they have in times past. Evening
Katab't hed le than three yetr aro a. a
Representative Hepublican Ppcr. pledred
to rn.tir.taip aid defend the principle nj
onraniziiou ot tho National UepuMi&tu
I'jrty the l.N'TKK-OCK IN wis esrly pu b
ed to ibe forefront oljocrnalutn and achieved
a mcce unpr'ceienlel iu the bi'tory ot
such entrr.ri.i-. Uy uuivenal sujcot il lua
been xi'M'icl positiuu aj
722 LSA9S?3 SSPTOi::; PATSE
IN THE NORTH WENT.
Not alone an iti nolitica chirarter dors
the INrErt.UCKAN rest itgUiui to ptpu
lar lavor. It aimsf tb,pBwtexcoIlcgco
in alt departments, an! iBtbi-a of iro-
The 1NTKB-OCEA5 makes especial claims
A FAMILY" NEWSPAPER.
Its rol units arrcaratully (taanlr.J asiinst
objrctionablu mittcr. and erery etiort i
in id e to render it a piennnt and prollublo
companiou to the home nre ido.
is conducted with Krcal car, aud everything
possible i donu t make the
Such zz the firmer and Uumucss Mtn of tho
o:thwc8t can rely upon
7h9 Agricultural Department
Is carefully edited by gentlemen of ability
In Literal -r a. LoI and Qeneral Nows,
Foreign It Domestic Correspondence.
And everything tbat goes to make
A FIRST-CLA SS NK WSPAPER
Is not excelled by any publication in the
country The IN f KK-0K.N is a
NATIONAL X li V S P A V E K.
one that will be found useful and intercstinK
to Americans in every part of the Globe.
While it especially represents the
Great Intcre:ts of tho Ncr.hcct.
It is National in its views and comprehen
sive in itsuuW'Katberints. Firm in its polit
ical faith, it is not bi oted. and m all discus
sions uiuh to be candid, aijtuiticd, and abuvo
Thol N TriU-OCHAN has the largest abro
gate circulation of any newspaper publi.iticd
la the nor.hwesU ll i tent to wore than
ti.OUU l'ostoltices, distributed in every State
and Tcrrtiory in the United States, iu ah tno
llriti-h Provinces. &ud uumsrous fortik-a
titaiw aud vouutries.
Red Cloud & K. P. Billiard Parlor.
Stage Line. )
HnnnMn. ,t R! P!.l T,b ,!. Cu Xalz S5t. ZiSMXT S 2irUi
Renabliein Ilif.T St.pf- Lin- i S SWfl.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
DAtiT. By Mail.
(payable ia advance), per y'r. postpaid $10 GO
a Mouths. " 2M
per year (iu advance), !atpiuJ ......)
club of four " - ::...,. ..l.ai
club or six " " ...... 17,W
cluli often " " . ......Q-J
One tree cooy with every club of tea: -
per year (in advance), postpa.d...-. 1.65
Club ot four " " ..5.G0
Club of tea " " l:tJ0
Claw of twenty " " ,.2W
Uue-lrue copy with every club ottweatjr.
THE N2B2AS&A 2AILWA? CO.
Vlr VfllT llttlo Hftrrttna. !.as !nn .l....
that I have heard of! Almost even- nilies for 1HdS There are none at
one have their farms protected by fire a11 or purchasing. Comparatively
puard.', so we are in hopes that the I speaking it is impossible to trade any
dLwtersoflast spring wiir not be re thing or for anything at this, distance
,peateL ' ' !,..- . ? - . i- - t
' v i t-i -r.. I rom a market, and xn trading is the
. eare to htfve a bridge acro?3 Eim J
!VeexUhin a -month, and although farr's only chance" to accumulate
.the same: iparttes have the contract i health.
Its Ere on the B:?ublican. Vallej.
The Brownville, Ft. Kearney &
Pacific K. K. Co, and-the Midland
Pacific Co. have been consolidated
and styled the Nebraska Railroad
Company. This consolidation is look
ing to the cxtention of the 31. P. road
to the U, P., and to the northwest,
and the B. Ft. K. & P., to build its
line up the great Republican valley.
It is a settled fact to any sane
mind that the great wealth of this
valley will not slumber in its banks,
much longer, without being opened to
the outer world by railroad connection.
With the three or four m inied corpo
rations that are keeping a close watch
over our- developemnts, we feel safe
in spying that the day U near at hand
when the iron horse will sound its
shrill whittle the entire length of the
Garden Valley of Neb Guard.
POSTAGE he ncw postage law
rudinabi toofrctfcet the lit day of
Januiry. A. D' 1875. Uudar this law tho post
urooii i.ewDpupent must be paid at the otOcc
where they are mailed.
Money can be sent by draft, monoj-ordcr,
express, or reitcred letter, at our risk.
Special nrranpumeuU made with country
publishers fur clubbing with their public
119 Lake .. t'tiienga.
CITY DRUG STOltE
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Three regular trip a week, arriviaij
and depart irjr from Ivcl Cloud at the
fame time the stsge frutn the railroad
FAIL1; VERY LOW.
1L J. 3. 27S23W, ?t.
HASTINGS, --- - NEB.
T. IL S1272, Prcpriatcr.
The only first-class lu-o in the chy.
Stage loaves thi houe every other
morning for Red Cloud and the KL P.
K R. nil
HA STING S
Where 70U can get a good square meal
is? 7 wenty-ftTe cents.
OYSTERS in every style.
Fruits, Nut. Apples, Candic, .ffcllief
and Canned coods of all kinds.
Cigars & Tobacco-
The highest market price paid tor
BUTTER, F.fitiH AND
SQrFarmers from the Itcptiblican
Valley will do Well to give Us a call
when iu town.
C. II. STEWART.
Vt side Hayings Avenue.
nll-Siu HASTINGS, NEB.
WHERE The Money LieS
V GREAT many larmrs have found it to
be in good Mock. Poultry. Grain, etc.
The Amkuicav Stock Jnir.aL tells all
about thei e. uttd mn be had
A WHOLZ YSAS 70S $1.03.
Just think o it I Nearly -K'1 p pr o' this
valunbl itiformatian (exclusive uf tintl
colors) in one j car. Vctcrin iry udvico with
Improrci Stac Free,
as well as many oth;r articles to those iret
tint; up clubs, A cents and others having a
little stiaro time, c-itr make excellent wjt."
and do o'hers good, byobtaitii ijrsubribpr;
1) ccuts secures siecimcu aud explains how
to do it.
Aadress POTTM BKOTflKIll.
Prkeburn. Chester Co.. Pa.
First In tfu FieldZctaViished 1858.
Daii. $10. Weeici.v $-'.
AO hrtr of the gtrae arc invited to
fa?"A f-eh asvrtmcnt of cicirs, can
dies, and nut, ainj- on hnd.
Gentlemanly cforks always 00 hand
to attend to crrtouicr.
EO. SMITH, Prop.
RED CLOUD DRUG STORE.
Keep" tla ist and largest Drug
Store Iu Red Cloud.
Prescription carefully compounded
both day and night. n4 tf
Hiialneaa llou. Kullror1 orflrlnlo.
4'ouiiljr Illcfra, Mini ul Iters, At
Steam B u u fc
JOB PRINTING AND
BLA172 3C0K 17AlTI77ACrU2:iT3
after many years experience, with
superior facilities, aud the
to be found in the West, will fill any
order, large or small, in tho best Mylo
at short uotice, and at the lowest
BAUM'SKKW CHICAGO STlii;?
in xcnitt ciLm.sa lr iwc ''" or Tf,K '""
RED CLOUD; NEE.
Ii where you can bay
DRY GOOUft, AOTKSAv.
ltvmtU nmle Clolhinp:, HaJ. C Vjlv
and everything tn Utriifte vj 6eneral Werchart..
AT GREATLY REDCCKD VlUCte.
It w:H pay you o examine my Mock and prc bfc ln; . , .
whm. A f.icndly invitation extcmird to all.
ecru ll I sk ? a trial and I m ute that I ran ronT.s T
keip'thc large.--, stock atl the cheapen store wtt t tfc-
Highest Market Price paid for all kn s
of Country Produce, Hides and Furs.
The acobMoii IIoii.hc
Ha lately changed hand;), and i'
uow under th mansciuent of
J. M. JAC03S0N,
Who will make it the beat Hotel
West of Lincoln.
He has in connection with this hotel !
S T A T L E .
Guests carried to and from the de
pot free of charge.
Juniata. A. claim Co. IVeb.
OUR BLANK BOOK WORK
and Binding of every description can
not be surpassed by any firm in the
state, and challenge comparison.
Druz Store is in Red Cloud,
limits are iure.
Stock is complvJc. profits.
motto is uuick ales and small
NAME What you want.
jAMH Your busines there.
N. ME To your nciphbnr.
yAME That you have been there.
Thorenny thincyon want.
it in my liuenftraid.
.My oothinirsyrapthc thinr.
Slf lilt hit Compound prescriptions correct
s!J.J.iKlt Run!, tno cily ""f Store.
HEItLlt Has the largest mock in theralley
Sllb ItLH Says coaio and see lor yourself.
From the State Jouraa
Lincoln. Oct. 21th 1875.
The following are the quotations on
the street to-day :
Wheat, active at" ....7o cents.
Corn, inactive and dull 15(2;20
Oats, dull and heavy. 2023; qual
ity poor and demand slight.
Barley, active; No. 2, 45(oD50,
Rye, no offerings and prices nominal.
Potatoes, dull and heavy ; 1015.
Beef cattle, per cwf., 23;
Hogs per cwt., 56.
Sheep, per head, 2 504 00.
Turnips, per ho;, 1020.
Chickens spring, per doz., 1 752
Eegs dulUnd lower; 1012$.
Ilide?, greeo ?-flr, 5t; grees, 4
Qo; greemslf,Sf3l0; rJry,ll12.
Hay, per ton, 3 50400. OSTerings
arge and no'tlenunc!.
Give Him a call Before
E. H JOiHES.
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
SSD CLOtJD, W2SST3S C0TO7T; 2725.
S-Parth'ular attention given to Re
pairing Fine Wat,ches and .
Sat it fad ion Guarantied;
The Best Paper For Farmers
ONE DOLLAR per year in c!ab of thirty
or over. Specimen copies fire. For term
AddreTHETRIBDNE, New Terk.
County Work A Specialty,
and County Officers wilf ifnd our forms
the latest and most improved. Sta
tionery, Seals for County, , Diitriet
and Probate Courts, Justice of the
LZGAL A1TD COUHZSCIAL SLA27ZS,
LCDOCR5, DAT fcOOKS, KICOEDS. Ac.
in ready made stock, furnished at the
Orders by mall for all kinds of Jon
Woitrc executed with the utmost
speed; and dispatched promptly.
ST. A. D. BALCOMBE,
Smith & Calvert
EZD CLOTO - - - SSB..
1 1 KA I. KIIS IN
In Hed Cloud, Neb . at their o d Mand,
Ti delightful to ce what tioy hac oti
They have a supply, it may truly be naM
Oir that which la needful for tho li v ior or
They hare bedstead, cradles, tables .fc rhairn
Sofafi. buraui, and all kiudi ofttch wares,
Ctihs, louiices. cttec. and mst trrfirn too
Vhi-h for all ivinds of folk and ats it'Ip
They b.vvo wairon and horM for children to
Which will p'eae wive and habici excecd-
Thcp y -ah for there thinir and jeltct
them with care.
And will fell them an cheap aanyon" dare.
Amrwc fat to you all, both younr and old.
Thej'll not refuse Bretibacks. silver or gold.
We invito all our fntivl; nud iitil;bor to
Ar.u"'hey d- ubtlcs will find they deal fairly
If you come. I do think n can certainly buy
Aft no one car ay tbo pnc is too iiith.
CHAS. R. JONKS. S
DRY GOODS NOTIONS, KATS,'
CAPo, Tinware. Queensware
If iciest Cash Jr5ce 1'itlcl for Hraiii
ucrtf frtfTQ ?
H Ka m Iff kBv W av '
J G. POTTER
A Paper far the Pecple, a Frisai cf tie
Farner ani IninstnI Clamc.
Clvea Every 99 'fUlWCTHwr.
Thi picture repr-sent Coa". Oliver H.
Perrr in the act of pair from one hip to
another in a amall or-en xt. .lurinr th brat
of th battle, exposed to the fire of the enemy. 1
ZtSCMsveslS Ij 22 1-2 XsehM,-
S. V. Iiudlow
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
Tkc best of material.1 used, and all
Done otrar,f-t notice and at reasonable
Takes this method tc fnform the Public Itial ht has'
Just opened up a new and complete Stcck of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES, ,
Cmisixtiiip tn part 0
CAMC0K3, DAlUv, MrtUT ,i PINK.
C1IAMBUKH. DKLVINKS, LAWNS.
DUKSS TIUiMllMiS A- MNINCS.
t ! ) US HIS X SKIKT.S. VAllA li.)
bm:acui:i) an'd iinklkaciiki mi.-i.i-.-i
TABLK UNIONS .VTOWKhlNU.
PANTS, OVi: ALLS A SHIKTINiJ, v
IIOTN A SIiHaW, IS ATS & C'A SK
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLOUR MEAL & BACCfc-
And everything usually kept ilia Fhat Claas Dry Cuud (i -i
-T. G, Potter?
Red Cloud Nebraska.
THE CHICAGO LUMBE 2 YAfcD I
Krcp" constantly on hand the larvr t,. nrn,v P' l mJn u
rtheWet. AU .-.-.
I.IXIS, MOULDING, 1JMF,
and all kinds of
Our Block i well Hllectud and rinrpbf.u.1 -It r... . r.
Uillbeoldalowaithelocat. -"-v .,w. iuc ,-,i..
Wines, LiqHors, an. Cigars,
OF ALL KINDS.
F2S5H LAOZXIXII A SPIOALTT.
Corner oflt Street asd Hastiwrr
Avenue, xusuHgs, xieD. 11-lS
I artuticallr finished ia thirtwn colon aad"
is BBrtoHbtedlo tae xeost actable earfajo ev
er otTere I aa a premlas. Single eopi of it
veil at S3 00. We have at a treat oatlay te
eared the exelasire roctrol and &! nf it.
I aad therefore are eaaUed to presear it to oar
The hNQUIRER rtill trUa.1preeauart
aa a fnt-clast Kewipgper; Iu rsriaaa de
partaieau allotted U
Br PettBV BMd,
Offers his. services to the pobfic,
and will atteBd to ail pmfr-nio-Mlta-hV
Shop in McNrrr's Store.
MImm H. A. TCubii el,
WotaM rapecrra!!y inform the Iad!e of Red
CI and TiriaitT that she is pre-
Varedtc oxecate orden for
CLAIN SEWING of al! Kinds.
tasaaaa :er taieassa Mwrwe&iei
All lire eTidcBceof tie care mmd aair-a
to-tapply ita reader wit alt ike aai
aad variety of reJttr taat caaaot Cui iar
iaUjnnt each aad eierymesberof taetheeMaW
buih. cBseenaa iroaf & ayr hcim er saaai
direct to aa. .-j-
We denre aa arat at rrarr Peat 0065
aad wr,eroBaeartyetaaetat lei aaaaa
-ly far tae aaaay -r
FARAN I ScLEANa Pife'sl
C --,;; fix-
LADIES HATS. Ae;
iM S. A. UNSELLr
RED&DOrTTJ, - -
NEW HARBWAKE STORE !
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
MITCHELL & MORIMttT
tMk of 0PDed BCW itore tDd ,tai"iut "ctivcl a full and cou.p,ct4
HAB0WABE, Cutlery, Vr penter
COAL and WOOD STOf. We hare a! a Tin Shop coancctrd
with oar Store. We raaoafaetTir Tf f ',., x- Kt.. r,fc tt..-
Oar Stock ia LARGE and well .Mortci, asd we win deal aa low
a any feosse -weet of Liocols.
Call mi See Beftre Pirekasiag El$cwher-
Oppotite the Lwaber Yard.
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