Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1875)
TKE REO CLOUD CHIEF.
TiIURSDAY NOV. 18, 1875
Bates e! Suiscrlptioa.
One copy lyear, $2.00
One. copy G months,.... ,1.00
t hie copy 3 "
A.S. tVdi-ck lleitrico. U.S. Senstnr.
AV. Mitrlirnck. Omaha. U. P. Senator.
Lorenzo Crounse. Representative
MH'JAKBHR. Hor-roor, Lincoln.
Iruni Tychrck. Sec. of Stsito.
.1. U tt'tston. Lincoln. Auditor.
.1. 0. Mrllrido. .. Treasnrer.
tc. II. Kfberti Att en-
.1. Al. .McKenzie. Lincoln". 5m. Fab. Inetruc.
Oe. H. LiV Omnbn. Chief .fistic.
lian'Mtnntt.NebraskaCity.l a.oriat Ju
r n'l Maxwell. J'Mimonth A,,oe,ate Ju''
J. A. Tulleys.
E. II. .I.
I. W. Tulleys.
II. C. It.M.
II. S. Knlcy.
P. C. V"n.
W . ji. T'irn,
v. J'y. iMrn,
I. M. 'lardy. )
;. w. nu. v
Web:ter ZnzA? Con3ensBi
Webster Co.. Sub. lie in the Valley of
the lu-piblican. isl5'Jmilo west of the Mis
souri ttrcr.and touches the State line on
the South. Winters Arc mild and dry; very
1 ttle rain ursnow fall in that season so lit
tle in fact that cattle live all winter with no
h y or crin. Plenty of rain foils in the
rpritig and summer. The maimers nre not
dWagrcably wnrm, as there is iilvr-iys a ccol
lirtz; rsprcinll in the cveninss. Tfi
rtiuuty first began to so tie 'n 1870. I' 1871
ihnmtenty was organized with a iopu)ation
"H Its lipulatiu" is now bettrccn 2500
fiiiiilt't'O anil is raiiidly incensing. Ther
nre at pro rent w. nrfrauvd school districts
within it boundrics and school facilities arc
th rclorc ample better than those in some
! 'astern Slates. The epportion.iblo school
fun I fiirnihe ticsrly enough money t IV
trjtiheis' wages. Farmers can buy II. R.
laud fnu: SI..V) to Sf per iicre with ten years
iniif. There i. yet a considerable amount of
k ivunntiL'tit lauds for hoiiicteaib. and pre
iMuttiiiH. . a rtock nii-ing country it is
lismi u excel, t'ut le do well, ami for sheep
ii r-uiuot be beaten. Ii ii just suited to that.
I.rtti cs can be easily m.iJc by raising sheep
p tin cApvnseof fcodinirii very small. That
corn. nuts, barley, potatoes, buck wheat and
nil kinds of roots aa4 wwsaUM, are grown
hen- with little labor. &" bushels ofsod corn
lotl. acre is n .thing ner. Wheal average
about 'St bushels to the acre. Fruit doc? ex
tiTiimly aoll. livery fanner has his orchard
growing. ForeM trees i row rapidly. Cotton
wood, bixnltler. wbiicwood. soft mnplu. and
many other kinds of trees grow into timber
Inrga enough for fuel in about Jthrce year.
njr orange plintsdoi icely. and in a few
years your live fences can bu undo. Me
chanics find empV.yment and fair wages. The
ry L-t and purest water is obtained by
Boms from 5 to 100 feet. The cost is very
small wht-n the well is bored. Theo wells
i.evergod y. Tbostroamsof thibcountyarc
th Kcimhlic'in and its tributaries, which aro
Vstdlows- on tho south tide of the river.
n'almit. Dry. Uurl'il... Stite IVnny. ddar.
ll'cks. .h. and Uuide ltock crock. On tho
inrth pid are Willow. E!m. Cottonwood.
ofced. li.ilion.and Fanners creeks. In tho
Ji part of tho county is the Blue river
and tts tributaries.
The Miit r Webster county is a drk, rich
v.-.otsbto loam. The wild nras!es-rutri
t iius and abundant, and make ajO'Saacrllent
hnj - fimotby. clover. ITutirariantind millet
vill undoubtedly prove a profitable- produo
t"in. Thorc who h:ic tried them faO decide
lOut railroad prospcts arc good, and we
, will havo i rcacl us soon as wc really need
8M. Ilut the fanners fur years will find ready
.lienor surplus productions iu tho newer
eosMties westanfrttoTSrw scttrfca. Uy the
listthcse m irkct are closed roads for
iVapertransportation east will be opened.
tTurcliruate it liciltlilul. the air pure and
ktacin;. and sickness of any k.nd .s almost a
r.tmuser to the people hrc.
The county m. RED CL0Ul on the Re-
.iblican river, neir the center east and west
J u liitlo sonth ot tbc center north and
I-li it are chances for business men of
STbramH. of trade. The country around
S" tik imp fiTit n crnnrt liltlint-flll in ftVftrr
I "fi'WchBudito. Red Cloud and Guide
fctare'thc only two laid out towns. Fur
riuloriuttion cin be obtained from any
;icent who advertises in this paper, orat
i ii.. n
irni.aiaiuoa 07 iae ovvciawi-.
The people of Nebraska have spe-
on to be creatful to the
nr airJ (Jiver ol all thincs Tor
kjuutiful harvest of the season .
iu from scouree and for health
kcTore in acconlance with the
ton of the PrcMtJcnt of the
ilk:.-.-.. .J : nAn...i:.r.nA
- tT STSIPa. ! I.IIIII llll JIll.C
1 Vifhed ani lonT etablihcd
1 would recomtuend that
v4ay, November 25th, be ob-
v s j r .1 1 :..: .i
, as a u7 ui iiiaiiw.-i uik J"
i 1 .i.. ,i. t r.i.:..
AS3L aim mat iiic iicu.t; ui lui
far as possible, abstain from
kr nu.-inrjy:. 'asnitiin in tiu'ir
ftbtaed places of worship, and of-
Hp praises to Almishty God for
l.leing and mercies vouchsafed
io the past, and supplications
ad, protecting care io the
tt money wnereot, 1 nave
1 hereunto set my hand, and
Icau.-ed to be affixed the great
the Citj" of Lincoln, this
FF November, 1S75.
gcretry of State
I'ltK people of the County are al
ly exhibiting considerable interest
jie- discussion of t be railroad ques-
l' 3Ecb who were bitter opponents
Wbfme for hastening tho build-
i'i&roa'J we nowstrongly commit-
reiUvW or voting
.- M A BHkHAkk All.-
ig&S&Afrifry their desire for a
tfSt for the crops which they have
ij3iiaucD aDunuawc v
&& of voting l)on4 the CuiEF
exp? it8 Tiews. We
J.ainn nP that.
iA'iaw.jB -- r
H c all all brcemo convinc.-
ed that it is oar last report. In the
tueanwhiie it is our purpose to keep
the topic of railroad or no railroad be
fore the people. If we think io ear-
nest on ttm httbject.jitietas and,Hoaea
will sB,rj:-t thetXAelvei to oar minds.
If w !u not keep the matter con-tan t
ly in mind, we slull certainly acroxn-pli.-h
oothinK. Without at present
committing ourselves either for or
against the proposhinn of bonding the
county we deiro to lay the subject be
fore our readers, to dixcover the
amount of bonds we may tubjeef our
selves to, the means of paymrnt and
the manner and time of their liquida
tion. IsL The amount of bond has been
fixed authoratively by the legislature
and ratified by the Cou-titut!ou recent
ly adopted 50 decisively and unequivo
cally that the limits impeded are utter
Sic. 2. Article XII, of the New
Constitution ! a lulloxs "No City,
County, tnwu pti'Cinct, municipality
or other Mih-di vision of the Stat.; hull
cvr make dunutiuns to Hny railroad
or other work of internal improvement
unless a proposition bo to do ahull
have been first submitted to the qual
ified ekctor- thereof at an election by
the authority ol law : ProcUf.il, That
sueli donations of a county with the
donations of such rub-divisions in the
a ' rebate Iiu II not exceed ten percent
of the ns.e"sed valuation of auch
cp'Vity. Provided further that any
cltyorcouuty may, ly a two-third-vote,
iucrtiM nch indebtednos five
per cent, in addition to guch ten per
cent., and no bonds or evidences ol in
debtedness h ls.-ueil ssliail be valid un
less the sam'i shall have endorsed
thereon a certificate Mjjned by theSec
retary and Audi tir of State, t-howivg
that the sauj'i is issued pursuaut Li
Such is the clause. Its wisdom, its
obji ct aud purpne are not now before
us fur discussion. We aro limit-edand
fettered by its provisions unalterably.
We can vote bonds only to the extent
of ten per cent unless the whole coun
ty are of one mind, when wo can make
them fifteen per cent, of out assessed
valuation. This year's valuation was
$347,244 11. Ten per cent, of this
hum would be 34,724.41, the sum to
tal we can expect to raise by bonds.
Whether bonds to this amount would
be a sufficient inducement to any cor
poration to hazard its property in our
country remains to be seen.
2nd. TVte mean of payment wou'd
be largely increasod. It would not be
unreasonable to assume that the as
sessment of the county would be doub
led. The road bed would alone bo
taxed, on a valuation of not less than
$30,000 per mile, and the influx of
immigration and capital" would easily
amount to two hundred thousand dol
lars in a couple of years. Besides this
our individual pro.perity would be
greatly iucreased. We would get more
lor our crops, trade to better advant
age, and make greater and more fre
quent additions to our individual cap
itals. 3rd. The manner and time of pay'
meat aroQx'.'d by statute. Uudcr its
piovifiions no part of the principal
could become puyable uutil the year
of 1SS0, and after that date not more
than ten per cent, could be collected
in any one year. The interest would
of course be payable annually, and
would amount at teo per cent $3,472
44, which assuming a valuatiou $750
000 would be a little over four and a
half mills on the dollar, four and a half
dollars on a thousaud. The pa., ment
of the principal as it falls due cannot
be tegarded as a serious burden.
The above is an exposition of the
bond quotioo. We have set forth to
the best of our ability the extent to
which we can bond ourselves and tbe
means and manner of paying tbe bonds
we might issue. The efficacy and ad
visability of voting, bonds are deferred
for further discussion. Our object has
beeu'to enable the citiiens ofthi
county to talk and think intelligently
on the subject.
its Fuccessful growth, but it ha- proven
to do well io a ach higher cliaste
tliLn Southern Nebraska, giviag prai
rie farms an ornamental beauty not to
be rarpassed. It is true t litre has
been a great deal of 0.age hedge win
ter killed wherever planted north of
38. and tbrro will be here if not prop
erly managed , but properij managed
I h ve never kuown it killed by the
winter so as to tseriout-Iy tujare it.
Now a few thoughts in reference to
its culture : 1st. Break out the hedge
row in the fall or early winter, throw
ing out a deep dead furrow whom in
leaded for the hedge to stand, in the
spring throw the ground back, having
it weH mellowed; ''harrow well," leave
the surface nearly level, unless the soil
inc'ines to wet. Tbe speedier and bet
ter way to plant is to take a diamond
pow, Mrike a furrow, if once is not
deep enough to cover the roots at least
one inch above the yellow of the root,
run tbe plow a second time in tbe same
lurrow. Place tho plants 6 iochea
armt, resting against the bar side of
furrow ; draw the fine dirt plentifully
around the roots with a ho, pack well
by tramping, then fill up the furrow,
settle the soil well by running a roller
over them They can be traitenea
up by using the corner ol a hoe in
raising up the tops. Cultivate the
plants well iu the early part of the sea
sou : never cultivate after June, "not
even to cutting out weeds." If culti
vated late, thiy make a vigorous fall
giowth and the wood does not harden
sufficiently for winter, aud is liable to
2ud Treatment of IJeJga :
Iu early fall, cut back tbc first pea
soa'fcgtowth within 4 inches of the
ground a?id mulch fjr winter, by cov
ering with straw or refuse hay, which
can bs kept to its place by throwing a
I" light lurrow, lapping the edges. The
next season cultivate with as much
care as the first, iu tbe fall cut back
within one fnut of the previous cutting
having the laterals, and so the third
season, "be careful to leave tbe later
als or seed hhoots." The fourth sea
son crop to the desired height of hedge,
and clip the latterals to the shape you
wish the fence. (These left have serv
ed as a protection to the main stalk )
Some rccommeud the-willow and
Honey Locnst, but I am satisfied
neither will give satisfaction in the
end, for a hedge. Tho locust is of a
slow growth and will never muk a
close hedge ; while the willow wHrcon
stantly be liable to damage by 6Cock,
but the Osage will make a fence per
fectly close and highly ornamental Iu
an enclosure with it, with strong gates
and lockv, stock are safer than iu the
best secured stables. Then its in
fluence on our elimatc will be salutary
by its compactness, breaking tbe force
of tbe wind it must butne an equalizing
influpnee on climate. As a wind break
for orchards aud young grove, noth
ing can excel it. J. "f. 51.
Journal of Agriculture and
A Wecfc'r fmr Ism. erchr4
Mtf w t-'lrel.
Tbe WVkiy Journal of AtfrieirfUfre
Fsnaer m a cwaolhluioti of the mevtaly
Journal of Arrtevllurwaad U weekly Jair
o.i KrmT. aad w
The crest leading plx Vara aai fit'
site Piper of tao -ilhwei.
Iu drpirtmwu tn rompfete mm ab y 4it-e-1.
the Oraate 11 leuiui fcaluKko-1 thi
department i always utl of itsd ibixi eta
tribaUd by tbe members of tne '.Inter. Th
ladies are lieid throuxh thecoUHJWderoted
to their interest, aud inuy htnts of home
hold utility and gooj a trice cun be cleaned
by tboke who wish io becotno ornament in
tueir bumr and by tbrir Preside. Ail )(
w II be loiiruted by reidinc the Jour! of
Agriculture ana Farmer, ana Bo ijBi.ysaouid
be without iu It
are complete authentic and reliable, and th
paper u worth the subscription price lone 10
ei its uiai keif, fresh and nJiaMecverr Wek
iieud for it ! Head it I Take its advice
and it will pay you.
Men and women, boys and girls, old and
younx. five ibe Journal of Agriculture and
Farmer a trial fur one year mni se if yoa
have not made a good invettwent. It is a
large page. 4S column weekly Agricuituta!
linage and Family Newspaper, aul is free
from political and religious ubcu-sisiu. aud
i s cha te and well wittcn pages m kes it a
wel'otueriitur in thousands ol households is
the great Mississippi Valley.
Ciub agents wanted, to wnum liberal terms
will be given. We want agents iu every town
a d villag .
Send for specimen copy free, and we ask
that you senJ us ihe names or your fiients.
o that we may e .d them specimen copies.
ubcription price. 3-0J per annum : clubs
o! 5 r more. l '0 each. Postage, !' cents
must be sent win each name, as e prepay
every paper sent out. -.
CIJKW COrtDKLLJfc CO.. Publisher.
310 Nor.b Sixth dt.eet. ML Lout.
WSESL7. S21C-7TSE2L7 ft SAH.Y.
I'lstabli bed lers than three years ago as a
Heprenenlntive Kepublicau Paper, pledged
to uair.iain aud defend the piiuciplcs aud
organiititian of the National Kepublicat.
Part-, the INTKK-OCKAN was early pu h
cd t tint forefront nljournnli'in anil achieved
a success unprecedented in the hist, ry ot
such enterprises. My uuirersal asstut it lus
been as'igued po'itiun as
THE LSADINa B2?TOL!CAt7 PAPER
I.N THE NOItTUWEST.
F RED CLOUD & SMITH CKNTKU
Connecting at Red Cload witk the
Repabliaa River Stage Lina.
Tnre rtgular trips a wock; arrif mg
and deran'mg from Red CloW at tkt
iti tita the stage frum tht railroad
FA HE VERY LOW.
nil. J. B. 3U333T, fxvg.
HASTINGS; .... NEB.
t. Xr SIGTZ, Propriatsr.
The only first-class house in the city.
Stage leaves fhi home every other
morninf for Hed Cloud and the K. H.
R. ft. nil
The Newspaper Furnishing
THE MOST NEWS
the Least Money
POST & MAIL
Now in its eleventh year, claims the pafron-
ageof the publiaon iho broad ground
that it is. emphatically.
The People' Paper!
The prices of subscription of both Daily aud
Weekly are inudu so low as to bring Jie pa
pers within the means cf every uiau who can
Htl'ord to take any kind of a newspaper, and
the news o the Uay of minor importance is so
condensed as to embrace evcut from all
points accessablc by telegraph or mail. Of
all important huppenings, local or general,
the paper will coutain tall and graphic ac
counts. Sfepatlican is Politics,
as heretofore, the Post aud Mail promises to
give its best efforts-Jo the support of its party
in th cmning Presidential Campaign, as well
cs in ruiuoi political political coute.ts. and to
labor for the
UKKATKKT GOOD" TO THE GREATEST
Clovertojj, Webster Co., Neb.
November 8th, 1875.
Ed. Chief : Sir, I noticed a few
weeks since in-the columns of your pa
per a list of subjects requesting, your
readers to write and giwj- iufomstirm
aporrthe same ; amone.whivnwas the
Osage Orange as aT hedge plaut, and
the adaptation of Nebraska climate
aocfsoil to its successful growth. Hav
ing had an experience and observation
for a number of years, in the handling
and treatoaeni ofthe same, perhaps a
few thoughts upon the subject may be
profitable to the portion of she-readers
of your excellent paper who are engag
td in agriculture.
As to our soil never have weseen
a soil so uniformity adapted to its
growth it requires a looe moist soil
(In a wet mucky soil it will perish.) It
will also do well ia a clay soil, if plow
ed deep for plautiag, so as to have
anderdminage ; some fear our soil aad
olimate is to dryr bat it is a native of a
dry country where it grows iato tim
ber of considerable sixe. Others sad
pose our climate too severely cold for
The Daily Post and Mail is. for its site, the
Cheapest .Newspaper in tho West, and has fur
years bee prominent as tbe leading expo
nent of Cheap Journalism, which means to
give the people the news of the day at the
lowest possible figure. The paper is furnish
ed to subscribers by mail, pe- tags-prepaid, as
Daily, per annum 5.& I Daily, 3-tn.nths 11.70
six months 3.i0 1 " hiaoutb- t.0
Xaadag its Cost oaly Two cents aSayi
Dr less than Halt the Coot of other
The leading features of the Daily
ITS MARKET REPORT
Which are carefully prepared by experienced
men, ataUrgeexpeuse. and cover, with the
utmost accuracy, the Mar&cts of i.hicago.
Uvueral and special telegrams Irotathdlead
iugcttiesuf this and toietgu countnes still
lurther ennace the value of this particular
department of the pjpe'. itosiaess men
thrnu hout the country can rely on the mar
ket quotations of tne I'ost aad iaail aj being
accurate and eowprehensire.
fablished every afteruoo . the psp-r fur
nishes the public of ihe Northwest with iu
News aad Market Reports at least
Tea Hours in AdT&nca
of the morning pipers, a gain in the time aad
a saving in usoaey which ba--iats sea is the
eouatiy caa appreciate.
'an i1'litiaavtotais eeial featare. the Post
aad Jiail gives ike best of special Telegrams
Conciseaeas forbasisesa Mea. the Associated
Pr.ss ii-patches. Crisp Correspoudeace, aad
General and Local News ot all kinds.
Ia all matters that lead to aake a sharp,
spicy and enterprising daily newspaper, the
Daily Pos aauVMail wilt aot be tound waat-iag.
Not alone ii- 5ts political chnracterdoes
tliS'IMTHit-UCKAN rest its cluiuif to popu
lar lavor. It aims at tbc highest excellence
inall dcpirtmeiitH. and i.i this e -a of pro
gressircjuurnaiism arpirerto KjsitioH aaxini
The INTER-UCKAN makes especktl claims
A FAMILY NEWSPAPER.
Iu rol iinns are carefully girarifed agninit
objectionable mttier. and vttry usort is
iu ule to render it a pleasant and prufHabte
companion to the home fireside.
Tho Commercial Department
is conducted with great care, awl everythiM
possible is done to make tbv
Such a the farmors and liusiaess Men of the
-Northwest can rely upon
The Agricultural Department
Iscre ully edited by gcitletuen of ability
In Literature. Local and General NeTs,
Foreign & Domestic Corrdspondence.
Aod-overytbinj that goes to-make-
A FM$ T- OLA S S AE lYXPAPSR
Is'n'tH excelled by any publication in the
country The IN f KIVOoti.iN is a.
one that will be found useful and interesting
to Americano in ever part of the Globe.
While it especially represents the
Great Interests of the Northwest.
It is National in its views aud comprehen
sive in itsnewsgutheriugs. Firm in its polit
ical hiith. it is uot bi utcd.'and in all discus
sious aims to be candid, oiguiued, and abvse
The lNl'iilt-OCGAN has the largest aggre
gate circulation of uny newspaper puohs;ied
i 1 the nor.iiWesL li is teut to more ibaa
li.OWJ Poitu'tievs, (Irstributao in e.er Stale
and Terrtiory in tho UuiUd State, in -II tbe
Uriti h Provinces, aud uuiaeruus foreign
Stales and countries.-
Waere jrou can get fJei square meal
to Tireaiy-Jf7a cents.
OYSTEUS in every style.
Fruit, Nuts, Apples, Candies Jellies
and Canned goods of all kinds.
Cigars & Tobacco
The highest market price paid for
BUTTER, ECK.9. AMD
IfirFarmers from the Republican
Valley will do well to give us a call
when iu town.
C. II. STEWART.
West side HastitigH Avenue.
nll-3tn HASTINGS, NEB.
WHERE The Monty LieS
GREAT many 'arme-s have funnd ft to"
be in good Mock, Poultry. Grain, etc.
The Amkkicav Stock Joi:xal tells all
about these, and ma be bad
A WHOLE TEAS F03 $1.00.
Just think o. it ! Nearly '.tf) p.gcs of )his
valuable information (exclusive f lint-d
colors) io one year. Veterinary advice with
Improved Stoe Free,
as well as many other articles to thoie get
ting up clubs. Agent and others having a
little spare time, can make excellent wsgs
and do o'hers goon. Iiy obtaiiii g subscribers;
V) cents secures specimen and explains how
to do it.
Andrew l"lrTN RRATHRM.
Parkesburg. Chester Co.. Pa.
First in the Field Established 2853.
DAIL $10. WlKKI.V t'2.
RnalNMa Men. Stnilreiirf ltlnn1',
VssHaiu Offlcvra, stuU olttvra, Al
: AUlaverttf tire race rrtoTitatff
SrA freab aasmlfaent cYc'fT, caw
die, and now,- always oa hand.
Gentlemanly clerks always on band ;
to attead to pfeteuKra,
ED. SMITH, Prop;
REO CLOUD DRUG STORE.
Ke"pthr?;ht and largest Drug
Store Iu Red Cloud.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
both day aad night. n4 tf
Tk Icob.Hon HwUNf
Has lately changed hand, aad is
now under the management of
J. M. JAC0BS0N,
Who will make it the best Hotel
West of Liucoln.
BAUU'SKEW CHICAGO SJOKE.
in wcmrt' rn.Tti ir bwwwctb of ym wrr nrnrr.
" HED CIOtTD, WfiB.
Is vKere yea aa bay
DRY GOO W. JfOTIOM.
tUmdj MiMle C UtlilMr Hat n A Ckm,
Bto 4 tlli. OrNrIt
i and eterytkifg in the line J 6eiieril Mefchancise-
AT GREATLY ItELU'CED PRICKS.
ft will pay yoa to examine my tock and prices brfurc burin r4c.
whirr. A" friendly iavitation extended to all.
8WA11 I ask is a tm aad I am uro that I can connnrr you. that I
kerp the largest a lock aad the cheapest stone west of the Mis.ouir
P. S. Higktst Market Price (ail for all kinr's
f Cevatry Predact, Hide's and Furs.
He has in connection
rith this hotel
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION :
oailt. By Mail.
'payable in advance), per y'r. postpaid (10 00
3 months, " 260
per year (in advance), p stpaiJ ................3.30
club of four " " .... ..li.ai
club of six " " ...17JW
club or tea " " .ttJ.UW
Unc tree cooy with every club of tea.
per year (in advance), postpaid ...... 1 65
Club of lour " " . 5.00
Club or ten " " l;t50
Club of twenty " " 2:00
Ouc free copy with ever? club-ot twenty
The now postage law
. the lit day of
I UOinUb. took effect
Janunry, A. O 1S75. Under this law tbc pot
ageon newspapers mast be paid at the office
where they are mailed.
Money can be sent by draft, money-order,
express, or rciti'tcrod letter, at our risk.
Special arrangements made with country
publishers lor clubbing with their publico
SAMPUK COPIES JREE.
119 Lake (If., rnleatT.
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
Drue Store is ia Red Cloii
Drugs are pure.
Stosk is complete. profits.
Drugs are pure.
motto is uuick sales and small
Followiag tfie 1fc parsaed y tke Daily.
Fost and JVIail
Uaabvea reduced ia price, aedatabceripuoa
for oat year bow costs oily
The Weekly will eiataia ; J be News of tke
Wrk. the Beatot Stones Oeaeral read ag
for Mea uf all trades aa4 prefWa-ioBa. Itau
of Ait. LiteraUie. tashiaa. Society etc
Cajwfally revised down to the hoar of goiaar
tojanaav Ja every thiag it will a, lerue
ne Tlw B.st Weekly
la tk Wee, mtt wUkia-taa ateaw of avetT
Are eferfti to eaara-aen. Seal for ttrat
NAJIE What you want.
iAMtC Your bu'inrss there.
SaMK To your neighbor.
NAME That yoa have been there.
aw There anjrthingyoa waut.
Krit in my lineof traid.
VTS4onrrniti iittii-r. .
aWMy soothing syTap the talag.
SHVHER Compounds prescriptions correct
SH'ltKR Kuns the City Drag Store.
S1IEUER Has the largest suckia the valler
SUE HER Says come and see for yoersair.
Give Him a call Before
-A N D
JOB PRtNTTNC? AND
SLANZ BOOK NAlTVrACIUSINS
after many years experience,, with-1
superior lacilitics, and tbe
to le found in the West, will fill any
order, largo or small, in the best rdyle
af fihort notice, and at tho lowest :
S T A B L E
Jtie.ts canicd to and from the de
pot free of charge.
Juniata, Adam Co. Neb.
CHAS. R. JONES,
W20LXSALI An IZ7A2L DIAHI U
DRY GOODS NOTIONS, HATS,
CAP J, Tinware, Queens war.
Highest. Ah Price Piilil for t-rniti.
Smith & Calvert
UD CLOUD -
OUR BLANK BOOK WORK
and Binding of every description can
not be surpassed, by any firm in the
state, and challenge comparison.
County Work A Specialty,
and County Officers will find nurfortm
the latest and most improtetl. Sta
tionery, Seal for County, District
and Probate CbuT&s, Justices of tbe
In Red Cloud. Neb . at their o d stand.
Ti delightful to see what tbey have oa
They have a supply, it may truly bo said
Ol thnt which is needful for the tiring or
They have bedsteads, cradles, tables Jc chairs
Sofas, bureaus, and all kinds of such wares.
Cribs, lounges, sett es. and mattresses too
Which for all kinds of folks and ages will
They have iragnas and horses lor children to
Which will p'ease wires and babies exceed
Tbry p y cash for these things and select
tuem witn care.
And will sell them as cheap as aoyone dare.
And we a- to you all. both yoeng and old.
They'll not refuse grcenbkrilrsr or ga?S.
We Invite alt our friend and neighbors tu
And they d-.ubtlcss will find they deal fairly
If yon come. I do think yoa can certainly bay
p A no one can say tho price is too high.
The Best Paper ForFaraere
ONE DOLLAR per year ia elak ef thirty
or over. Speciaea copies free. Kertenaa
Wines,- LitiiersvaN Clfars,
F3ISS.LA8lIXeV A STXSLJ&m
Goraerof 1st Street aa4 ETaetiaa
Aveaae. Haatiags, Neb: H-ly
Dr Peter Head,
Offersia nerrice t tk wewie.
aad will attead to all proteaanaalw
0m Otvr Steas-Snc 9tM.
LESAL A2TD COUCSBCIAL BLAliTSV
LKUOKKS. DAT HOOKA. IgCOIDS. Ae
in ready made stock, furnished at the
Orders by mail for all kinds of Job
Work executed with the utmost
speed, and dispatched promptly.
ST. A. D. BALCOMBE,
A Hplesdid Fans aad Family Jaaraal.
The Kansas Farmer
la its 14th year. 8-page weekly. IS per yer
Original. Independent aad Progressive.
The American Yonaj Felkr
The Best aad cheaper Boy's aad Oirt'spaper
pablished. 50 cents per year.Copies of both
papers teat roriv cents. AdsreM J. sa,
HUDSON. Topeha, Kansas.
He quickly taken a huh place aaeag g
ricaltaral joaraab. Jl. f. JWa. Ithaa
beea roadaeed with eaergy ad ability, aad
we have considered it aaseeg the heat cf oar
ezehaagee. and worthy rep eecatatire of
the west Phila.. Psv. Pr.ct'I arner. Oar
Kaasae friends should feel naeh pride ia the
hi(h character sad t eriiag worth ef their
buus gncaiiarai paper.-'' anoaa i .!
Stoek eraa4. I like the KaaVfs Farsaer
very asaea. aad avrarljrae axy preeeat ew
gagesteaU will permit I seal setae Jta
pleasure to write feryoe ea taw ttrsseyoa
ereiee-JM. Ilarris. of Meretea Faces au
thor of -Walk aad Talks" I read yoar
raraerwith deep ia teres.- wcadell rhtliipe.
Hears aescistakable evi ieace of the prove r
bi ! tiWn aad etereris of the West Ool-
dea Kra (II:.) MaeerM. K. Hadeew. ef the
S. V. Ludlow
Is aow prepared to do allkiaduofwork
Tie best of Materials ad, and all
Done otrtlWt ootijrawd at reaaonable
8aop ia JIcN itt's Store. '
Ue4 Cto-WI IVckrasKa.
NEW GOODS !
i G. POTTER
Takes this method t luferm the Public that ftc has
lust opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS GROCERIES,
Co,itilin m port of
t'ALICOKS. DARK, LiOFIT PINK.
CHAMBRKS. DKLALN-VXS, LAWNS,
DKKSS THIMMINt.S A LINKnVsS.
f'ORSKTH Si SKIRTS. VAILS Jl- fJMV'M.
BLKAUHKU AND UNHLKACHXft .MI'b'LINtf
TJlBLE LINKNS. &TOWKLINI!.
PANTS, OVKU ALls A SlllRTINc;,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS ef all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco.
FLOUR MEAL & BACON.
Anil .terjchiiii u.aiHy kept in Fir.l Chu Drjr (loud ,V Crucery
-T. O. Potter,
Be! Cloud. Nebraska.
THE CHICACO LUMBER YARD I
Krepe cnntantly on band the largest atock of Dry Pint LatuLrr in
the i3t Abxr
and all kinds of
Oar atock ia well peleefed tifd parcbaaed direct frets the rafts, aad
will be sold ar low aa tbe lowest.
Kassaa State Graacv. cays : "I ee ver fere et
to saeatiua the Kassss aearabiagwor
tay the icpport'.ra . fHseascrias
! far ssav are awewtec sat
tkU oassc. 13-Jea.
Cattle, Caffle Cattle!
50 itead of cattle, 12 beacl af tw
jear-eldr, 10 bead ef jearKaga, 39
bead afaaivea, aad tba reat aawa.
WhaAwiH kw-old cheap faraaak.
Aiea a gaad heavy draft Ceaai weigh'
iagabaatao baadred, a 8aa4t.
Price, korsex aad karaess $360.
- Also a farsa for reat, terms, J for I
yaar. ar f for f re jean ; 70 acres bra
ke, food heas, 125 fee af tabHf .
two vela, aad akevt 15 aaraa af 61
plawiac. Far partiewkri aallaiiar
addraaa C A. Laa, or A. Garbar.
Gwide Roakor at this ofice. W-3t
Ml S. A. JCeUap
K,1 respeetrallriaferaa the Lediesef Ke4
deed ae4 vieiaitr that she is pre
pared U eaecate enters ear
PtAW SEWlfcsf awiKafe
rJaCES, TfcftS, ,
LADIES HATS, et
WSI&, A, imtujLr
- - Mm
NEW HARDWARE STORE !
WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL
MITCHELL & HOBMT
Hare epeaed a acw etere aad bare jati reamed a fall aad coaipleta
MAmiWAIK, CmtUrf, CmTpemtrr A -
FARMING? TOOLS. v
COAL aad WOOD STOVCS. Wt baft afiaj a Tia Skaa ceaarctr r?
.witk wr Stara. Wa eaaamfactaiw fia, Caaatr & Sheet Jrea Ware.
Oar Staek ia LARGK aad well aaaarted, asd tt wifl in aa low
aa aay kaaac veat of Liaeola. J
Call ami Set Before Pircfcasiig Elsewkeft.
Opaaaita tbe Laaibar Tard.
RtHl Clo ttd. - - - MatbrtiBlfsie
K5e t-KS&ms- r-.
-w-r i- - . - . ri. '-M
Powered by Open ONI