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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
WEBSTKK CO , NEBRASKA.
Notice in thi Cvhtmn 10 Ceutx n Linr
Arrival and l-pnrfur or 5;IIk
Irtinl llit tcl 'lnal I' .
Uahtinos Leaves Monday'.
Wednesday'.- and Friday 7 a in.
Mail closed 9 p. in. .AirlveP Tues-duj-Thursday
and Saturday'. 7 p. m.
llAI:VAKI LeavcF Toewlnv'p and
Kriday'- G p m. arrive? Tue-day
nd Friday V ."ii p. tu. Mail closed
W p. ui.
"r.AKKLl.v, going cast, Monday';
and Thursday' K 2 p. tn. Going wcm
TBehday' and Friday's 10 a. in.
Pi.kasant IIll.L Icav Thursday? f
u. in. Airive Wednesday's p.m.
gZl clu.-ed 9 p. in.
Jkwkli.. Kativafi. arrives Friday'
12 in. 1cavci. Friday 1 p. iu.
12 a. in
Renew your ub"cripti n.
n.i ii i
Sheror has some nice toilet eoap.
Sorcral prairie scboonerb in tc-n
Kcmrmbcr the hall, at the tlar hall
on the 22ond of Feb.
A lady will explain Scriptural .eene
nt the exhibition, Saturday night.
Ladies if you would have nice white
liHtid?, co to Mr- Lutz for jour Kap.
Ie Mire and go to the Uall at
the Mar Hull on the 22 of Feb.
Rev. Yeii-er will preach at the
School houe next Sabbath at 11 A M.
Go to the entertainment at the
i-chnol houe next Saturday evening,
a pond time is expected.
John Rover the enterprising
Kaiipnn, arrive. Thursday' vidua who transports the mails. ovt
Leaves Thur-day p. tn. the Harvard and Red cloud routr,
Offifce open from 4 untill G p. m. j showed us home fine cigars, the other
Ail registered matter mu-t be in
theTvening before the mails leave.
" M. R. McNitt. V. M.
Services eyerj first and third Sab
ImI'Iis of each innntii at Red Cloud
?A I tin vale. 7s o'clock l: M. at
JJed Cloud. 2 o'clock P. M. at In
avale. Every f-erond and fourth
Sabbaths at Bntin and Harmony
1'recinctfc. Rf.V. A. MaXV.'EM.,
wabbath in eavli month at 11 A. M.
S.UAIH SrjKo!. everv Sabbath
horning at I" . M ('low- at II.
C. W. b i:im;kii. Stun.
Jt.tR OF HOJ'E tmets every two
weeks on alit-rnate Thursday even
inc-. at 0 ;;o o clock.
7 0 VS A SI) CO US Til '.
Hurrah fur Sleeper, who still live?,
and his anvil chorus can be heard at
Wiggin's old shop. He will hoe your
ho'se and sharpen your lay?, while
'"Hick" will fir the wagons as long a
There will be a Grand Hall tixt
1 ond iy nirht at the Star HalL Mu-
fc by Clirk String Rind
j'he boys "tripped the hfhi fnta
tic to" at the Star Hall la&t niht.
while Clark, of Burr 0k, Kaoits,
furnished the be-t of mu?tc.
Agent for the White- Scwin? Ma
chine. Any one wi-hing to pundiav
one of the-e machines will find a sam-1
pie machine at the Furniture store.
JG yard of ea'iro for SI 00 at Wool
bach Rrn's., Iiastiug, 1st door onth
of the Bwik. 24-i f
Three sewimr mac ine for sale at
th office. The Victor, Home, and
the Wilron Shuttle Sewing Machine.
They are all new, having never ben
ucd, and are fully warranted- They
will be sold at a harcain.
Roll of Honok P'or second week
of Red Cloud -Scho-il : .lame- Head,
Willie Mitchell. Fred Futz, Charle
Ludlov, James Maxwell. Cordie'Sher
er, Gertie Sherer. Minta Keicr Al
iKrrt Trowbridcen name was omitted
through mi.-take la-t week.
CfO to the R-d I'ifKid
Store, fir your furniture.
WANT AN AGENT
CHICAGO STORE !
.WJ fat hu?i, fur wbkb I wifi par
the hichest market pri
'JO tf W. N RicH.vtitisO.v,
,& V - . j
I xarjtl -et he?re f r alt tbse wtLi?
work of that Wnd dnt4, fur 25 rm
pr rod a ml in-ore a .-tawJ of Rve
Liit no or auore ,
M. W. BniSLU
Ta'-cn up bv the Mibsmbr Dc 21,
17G, on the S. K. Sec 10. T 3, R
12. One white Barrow Hoz, with
short tail, .-uppo-d to weich about
2U'H:.. .lancarr 2rd. Is77
24 5 W H. ivekhart.
New Hat.. Necktie?. Glove? I'lume
Flower- and Lice, ju-i received at
Mr-. Moore k Mi- Alien'-. 19-tf
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UNITED STATES !
6CLD COIN ! $1,090.00 IN GOLD COIN !
Zehrung & Coy, of Ha-tiug Neb
Keep the lc-t a-ortment of Holiday
i Good-, of any house in the City. 17m3
trW CHALLENGE THK WOULD.
And will forfeit $1,000 to any perori who can prodoee remedy vbU ;
tll prore 13' actual tet, a mum -pedy, certain aini -5ctu4l corw fr
all pains ai.d ache of whatever form, rxtotual and luletiul. l-.-cic or ;
chiunic, deep seated ur otbe:w;.v.- thas
DR. RADCUFF'S GREAT REHEDY,
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Wc icp wa b34 t: aH ttss a ry etac tfi f
CLOTHINC. DRY COODS
Stair and Fancy Grocenet, and Oicemwart.
Of krb -nt Urr a !r vtoH'tsf. T Ka rptJy
tnrtte ! pt Mr HHt ttftr at fcsJ' lwrr I" t
Tk M'y SV Tkl Tlxyt Si Ur Tn JU tt.
nwiwrr markh i ick FAiDKuRcoi'NTnY fkuuucf;
Red Cloud. - - - Nobrlwjt.
J G. Rotter bi'jc: recctved the Znct-l aorttarat &l
A KAN SHOT
vl. T. Mll.NKK.
L 3A2D G? T2A1TZ3.
With feelings of gratitude to the
brethren and Hnter.s of the Bapti-t
Church, and other churche?, and citi
zens of Red Cud and vicinity, 1
would acknowledge the receipt of
$10 4" as the rcult of an effort put
forth on Thursday evening 1 Ith in-t.,
for my -pecial benefit. The donations
was indeed acceptable, and came at a j
time when much needed.
J. T. Mii.nkr
into Geo Zei-s's for V-t-
otber day, and cat:
course of an hour f.r
prettily hapjty, while -mile )lnyed
o'er hi- cla ic featuie-. George i?
prepared at all timed to feed the hun
gry. Go and .see 252
Mr H. F. Lutz. dealer in uiilli- J
n'ry, ladie furni-hing gool-, fancy
articles, and jewelry. Opposite S Gar-
ber's. Red Cloud Neb.
SuWcritieiR wlio do xiot re-ivc their p.i-l'-rx
rr,-.lrly. vvill conier a favor hy uotify-
iiiK u- nf th i.i-t t onrc.
Stilj-'fibtTri v. h-i fni'l tliuir papers marked
ytli mi "vr" v know tint! their ul-ori-iTiii
iv lS. fii'ired. unit tli:t th-y are re-He.-ti-d
citll at once lind vtsttlc. uml re .ew
Take the Cm if'.
v have a ."jlb keg of new.s ink for
" rnd n ill- :tt; lin-ming up, all over
tie fiaiiie ut in Ratio.
We --till have a few of thoe pras?
Kofper e'Uelop.j;. fir.ale, cheap.
iltited, a few bu-hel.- of potatoes
on Mib-cripii.ui ::t thi- otlicc.
si La.'-t "nonday wa u-l.-eted in with
We have been told by Mime two or
three individuals, when they culled to
settle for their paper, that they sub
M'ribed for it merely because they
wi.-hed to help support their home pa
per. We believe t to be the duty of
every good citizen to helpsupport home
institutions, but at the same time we
wish it to be understood that we ate
not a liecgnr passing lound the hat for
charity. If you think that you are
beni Sted by the exi-tcnee of a paper
in your county, and tlink that it is
worth the pi ice a-ked foi it, then sub
scribe for it. if you think otherwi-e
then let it alone. We do not ask alms.
Is hereby given that sea'cd pr"po;als
will be ieeeived from the physician-
of the county, for the situation of
Physician to the count v poor, for the
! year. The Board of Cominia-ioner-
re.-erving the right to reject anv or
all bids. Bids may be left at the
Clerk';, office on or before Febiuary
By oider of the Board. .Jan 3d '77.
J. A. Tulleys
one of i he v.cr.-t -nui'-rtoima
Wro'il.aeli Bru-s., can ell you gond
fhejii. hi ii jt.a iit 1 lasting.-, give
t iicio a til il.
to note the fact
gain able to be
We are plea-ed
t Rev. Milnct is ;
Yesterday inornii g a couple started
We cfo not know vet
whether thov were "-
A coiuiisunicaciou from Stillwater
xfas mi.-ia'ii, and the ino.-t d'.tiigent
search fj.il.- to ieven its whereabout-.
(y to Call W-ber and get your pic
tine taken lie can
Chav. vtter has ju-t received an
invoice of the finest toilet soaps ever
r-5!a to li-d Cloud. Go and buy
Whole is the man that was going to
bring us eonie woed V 1 he dead ? or
v.ill he ever die ? Where would he go
to t he should die.
Wt.nt'Mid to continue in the new.
paper bu-ine , and we expect, of
corpse, to die a pauper, and be buried
by the co'd hand of charity, iu the
Notice the biff ad of Sleeper and
Tinker. Ira is going into the
blacksuvthing business again, and
willie xrlad to sec all of his old custo
mers an 1 as miiiv new ones as
may choose to eall.
Head the communication from Ma
pie Giove, this week. It is the kind
of a letter that wo take pleasure in
f 'ubiisiJng. The columns of the Chief
r.rc always open for the discussion of
atopics "of iuteresl to t e faiuiing
The many complimentary notices of
the Fie.-s, and kind word.-, of cheer
fiomoui friend:; throughout the county
make u- fid that our efforts in behalf
of the Chief arc appicciated. We cer
tainly tiy to get up a good local paper
we aim at notli ng more. If we can fu:-ni-h
a good local paper to our patrons
and induce the faru ers to use it a a
medicai through whicli they can (lis
cu.-s the ipie-tious iclative to the lie.-t
method.- of agricultuie in this country
and the most profitable crops to be
planted. In .-hoi t if we can get up a
paper that will suit the farmers, and
be of practical benefit to them, then
the height of our ambition will have
been i cached.
A young student who wis ed his
attendant to suu.'i the candle: address
ed him in the following language. 'Re
lieve that IrJrrning luminary of the
weight of superincumbent dros- of tin
consumed carbon that bears upon it."
The student must have been a nesr
relative of the "limb of the law" of
this town, who, when he wished to
say that there would be preaching at
the School hou.-e, got off the following.
The Rev. " Babtist Evan
gelisl, will deliver a Theological dis
course to the intellect's of the munic
ipal rty of Red Cloud, in the Seminary
of learning, in said town, on the Sab
bath day, Anniversary 2I-t 1S77. at
the eleventh hour, Ante meridian.
By invitation of the students of the
Sacred Book of Jesus Christ.
THE NEBRASKA FARMER.
ttnly Agiicultural paper in Nebra
ka'venty-four page monthly; printed
on heavy tinted book paper. Its corps
correspondents' embraces the best Ag
riqltural and scientific writers in the
State. Subscription price, two dollars
per year in advance. Addrcs? Mc
Jkide & Ularkson. LincDlu, Neb. The
Jxtbraska Farmer and the Chief one
yetr for $3 0D.
Every business man or firm should
use a neat printed letter head and en
velope. A firm once using commou
liote paper, wrote A. T. Stewart, stat
ing they had made a mistake in the
address of a firm to whom they were
tending an order, and consequently
great delay was occasioned in the re
ceipt of the goods Mr. Stewart re
plied: "printed letterheads are a good
thing. Every business firm bhould
Tiave them, as they not only give char-
As we passed dowu street the other
day we heard a boy speak iu disrespect
ful tones of his mother. Oh, boy you
know not how soon you may be called
to stand at the bedside of that kind
and loving mother as she draws her
last breath aud breathes her last praj
er ou earth, for your welfure. Then
you can shed unheeded the bitter tears
repenten ce, and eall in vain upon that
kind parent now stilled in death, for
her forgiveness for your irukind wordr
and deeds. When your mother is
gone from you, and you can see her
face no more on earth, and the white
snow drifts over her low bed then your
heart may be wrung with anguish as
you recall unkind deeds and unkind
words thoughtlesly spoken. Boys be
always kind and respectful to your
mothers, and then when it may please
providence to take her from you, her
who guided your totteiing footsteps in
infancy, and you stand and see the
portals of the tomb closed o'er her
who was your best friend you can find
consolation in the fact that you did
not cause the loving heart, now cold in
death, one pang of needless sorrow.
Many years ago we saw our mother
laid in the cold and silent grave, that"
mother who had been ever kiud to us,
and who had watched at our bed-side
when we were near to deaths door.
Can wc ever forget her, or cease to
reverence ad hold sacred the memory
of her who watched -over as in'our in:
fancy.? Xot while life Strall Ia
The lessons taught us, and the Lind
words of encouragment spoken" to us
in our youthful days, are so ind'ellibly
ifcter to parties but save a vast deal ol stamped upon our mind that time can
guess work." Thayer Sentinel. 1 not ee.
At the Star Hall on the 22d day of
Feb., for the purpose of celebrating
Wa-bingf on's birthday.
4 Trip the light fantastic toe." Re
member the place at the Star Hall, on
the 221 of February. Banks Bios.,
will furnish the music. Promptors,
Samuel Banks and K V. Nidy. Floor
managers, Ed. Fearn and A. J. Wood.
Supper at the Li Clede House. A
good time guaranteed.
m. m - -
eskij Price List of Wcoiba:h Sro's.,
12 vds. heavy cotton flannel for $1 f0
12 " ' toweling for 1 Of)
S " ' cheviot Hinting for 1 t)
12 " " iiiu-lin for 1 (M
Medicated red flannel, per yard, 2."
Cheeked " flannel IS
1 pair heavy blankets only 1 75
New style ladies balmor il skirts fill
White and colored Nubias fU
o pair children's, ho.-e 25
2 pair ladies hose 25
Also in cn-'lcs variety of Clothing,
Boots and Shoes. You can savc20cLs
on every dollar's worth of goods by
buying of us. Woolbach Bros. ,
Holloway.s Fills or Ointment,
Scrofula or morbid deposits in the lu
':gs, joints and tissues. These meda
eir.es have rendered this disea-e a le-s
formidable scourge than formerly. It
has been incnntestibly proved that in
Seiofulou- affection.- they have affected
thousands ofcures, Sold everywhere.
25 cents per box or pot.
Seven Seals or Golden Wonder.
This great remedy has obta i:etl a
world wide reputation, not nn!v for the
wonderful cures it has performed, but
for the enterprise di-played by the pro
prietors Me. rs. Kennedy & Co, Pitts
burg Pa. in the liberal manner they
have adverti-ed it. in alniOM every
county in the United States. Mes-rs.
Kennedy & Co. are liberal to their
agents and offer them great inducment
eo act for them, as will be seen by their
advertisnient. They furnish all the
printing matter necessary for anv rctiv
man to thouronghly advertise his ter
ritory, fn addition towhich on his first
order for the great remedy a hand.-ome
coin silver hunting case watch is pre
sented free to each agent. Do not
then delay, write at once, secure this
county which is now open, and become
agents for one of the best selling rem
edies in this country.
Dudley M. Steele and Samuel R.
Johnson, plaintiffs against George W
Beaman, defendant, District Court,
Webster Co Neb.-
George V. Beamnn. non-rrs"dent
defendant will take notice of the filing
of the petition of the plaintiffs in the
shove cause, the object and prayer of
which is to recover a judgement
against defendant for thb sum of
213.40. with intere.-t from November
10th. 1S76. and costs ; and that plain
tiff seeks to take the property of de
fendant by attachment and apply it to
the piyment of the said debt. De
fendant will answer said petition on
or before the 26th day of February,
1S77, or said petition will be taken as
Jno. R. Willcox.
25-4w Pi'tffs Att'v.
Remember if ever you visit Hast
ings Neb and need a clock, watch or
jewelry, violin, violin strings. Seh-ol
Books, meui'irandu.us, albums, and
notions of all kinds. Drugi kc fcc call
on Zehrung k Coy. 17 3 m
Zehrung .V Coy, of Hasting Neb",
deal in such a way that it makes it
plea-ant for cu-tomers to go there
again. If ever you visit the town
call and see them. 17 3-m
J. D. Po.-t informs us that he has
the largest barn west of Joe, War
ner a arel is prepirei to aomini i
daie the fn-ighter-, and all oiher
who may eall Livery rigs furni-hed
on short notice IG-tf
Seven StALS o-GaLDWoNDERrJl fit diflutU"? (S'Ofniffi
We have had thi- challenge of SI OX) prominently dipljcd in all
our Circulars and New.-papr Adverli-ctuent-, for the U-t four tr,
and not taken, whicli hour the -upyiiur cTCr?te-c of our Remedy
over all other. For external ur Internal u.-e.
It will Kfiect a Sn.e y Curr in nil C-e of
Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Sprain-, Brui-cfl, Fir-S Wound,
Burn.-, Colic Cramp, Cholera Mirbu. Fiux, Diarihtui, Brou
chins. Catarrh, Cough- ChiMs, lufLuitii&lory Rheu-
matfi-m, Athma, Pbthi-tc, Heartburn, Indtge
Hon, Summer Complaint, Pain-, in Side,
Back or J-nirn, i'iie-. Ringworm, Felon-,
Sting of In.-ect , Bite-of Vi nomoua
Serpen.- ami K-pectally
Kvrr brought to the Valley,
Give Litu a calf and riatcit fCOffi
-T. 6. Potter.
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
Between Hummel- and Red Cloud,
on last Fiiday. Seventeen two buih
el sack-. The finder will be -uitably
rewarded by leaving them at the atoie
of S Garber, Red Cloud.
"Where are you going to put up
for to-night?'' "Why, at G:o. Zeiss',
ofcour.-e, the most popular .stopping
place in town." George sets a good
table aud treats all who stop with nim
in a gentlemanly manner, and conse
quently enjoys a large run of custom.
This celebrated medicine i-beyond a d iutit the greate-t di-envcry in
Medical science kin wu to the wurd li actini i- at one telt,
it woudeifui cure-are iiist.tutiiiie-iu-; iu fuel it htu.aily
C. H. Potter takes pleasure in
informing the citizens of Red Cloud
and vicinity, that he has been np
pointed agent for the sale of Owen &
Chamberlin's "Standard Remedies'
aud is prepared to furni-h these cele
brated preparation, the well meritied
reputation of which need no further
ciiinmeut from us, to all who de.-iie
O & C.'s Cathartic anil Liver Pill
wiil cleanse the system, regulate the
bowel.-, improve the digestion,
KQI'ALLY GOOD FOR MAN OR BKAST.
K EM KM 1! Ell WE tit.. IlA.NTEE EVI.UV BOTTLE.
No Cure. No Pay ! Try it, and be Convinced.
TO YOU THIS la A GOLDEN OPPORTCNITV
Thousands are now out of euiploymemt. To them we offer in the
sale of our Remedi', a preventative of hard times. We bae adopted
as, our Motto:
NO CURE, NO PAY !
Source of Happiness to Millions of Suffering Humanity.
EXTRA PREMIUM? AGENTS
Tn order to have live, energetic men to take hold of the bu-incs-at
once, wc liar" concluded to give fie gratis to each aud every agent
a prc.-cnt of a handsome, fine
- - .
Coin Silver Hunting Case Watch, Free.
BOOTS nud SflOKft,
Beautifully engraved, and correct time-keeper, worth $20 V), and a
eertifieate of agency giving sole control of Mich oounty a- the agent
may -elect (not already taken); and, furthermore, all orders coming
lYittn ..llf.lk f.nllttft 1 fl fll ;irrf.flf tllv l.if U'kl. In. fiftt Ji iit- Ii,' t t r
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wiiu UkVIII iv tf uiilii an t.i- " l. i m wuiiiiui .t .Ul.11 Lwuiitu u-
purify the blood. They never gripe. long as the agent continues in the busine-... Remember, the. Premium
Sold by Wm. Harris, Storm Lake
Fuller & Fuller Wholesale Agents,
Chicago. 2 Gm
Charles H. Potter vs. Melvin C.
Sherman, District Court, Webster
Melvin C. Sherman, non-resident de
fendant will take notice of the filing of
the petition of plaintiff praying judg
ment on the five following counts, to
1st, Note to plaintiff, judgment ask
ed for $14 So interest ana attorney's
lees. 2d. Note to pl'tiff judgment
asked for $15 int. aud Att'ys lees. 3d.
Note to pl'tiff judgment asked for $17.
50, int. and fee. 4th. Note to J. T.
Norris or bearer, judgineut $2S.oO aud
interest. 5th. Monty had and receiv
ed by defendant from a third party
and claim assigned by him to plaintiff,
judgement asked for $10 and interest.
You will make answer or otherwise
plead to the petition on or beforethe
19th day of February, 1ST7, or said
petition -will be. taken as true.
Jno. R. Willcox.
24-4w Pi'tffs Attorney.-
O & C's, Camphorated Hartshorn
Linament is not a patent but this old
Volatile Linament made of the best
material, and by an improved method.
It needs no recommend or guaranty
but is acknowledged by phsician to be
old and reliable and hor-emen fall back
on it when all el.-e fail and icirard it a
their stand by. Sold by C. II. Potter
Red Cloud, and Fullea k Fuller, Chi
cago. Notice to Teacaer:.
Notice i.- herby given, That I will ex
amine all per.-on who may desire to
offei themspive.- as candidates for tea
chers of the primery or common schools
of Web-ter county, at Red Cloud on the
Grst Saturday in the months of Feb.
ruary, May, August, and November.
A. I). 1S?7. Examinations will also
be held in District No. 21 Stillwater
Precinct, before summer schools com
mence. A A. Pope
Negunda Jan. 5 th 1S77.
Dry Goods and
BOOTS and SHOES
Hats? Caps &
Rtady Made Clothing !
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
hot be undersold.
GIVE US A CALL, ONE & ALL
47 d Red Cloud. IJfrfr
Watch is given gratis to the agenr-. We take this plan to have our
Great Remedy quickly and thoroughly introduced. lA't us hear from
you at your earliest convenience, and secure your county at once, be
fore before being 'akM by some one else. Remember, thw offer i.
open for a short time on'y.
A Sm .11 Capital Required to Run a Large Paying
The capital required is very Fmall, and the profits from it will fully
equal that of thousands of ui 'reliant- who have inve-ted a large capital
in their busiueas. Hundreds in all parts of the countrj- are making
$1,500 to $5,000 a Year.
And hundreds more will late their success from accepting our liberal
offer at this time. Any one witling to work for succee cau force it. but
thoe who believe that it c-in be had from idleness are not the kind of
men who want to pu-h our busme-s. W w,mt
A LI V E. EN ERG KTIC AGENT.
As one such is worth a dozen who expect a busiuets to push itself. Wc
have spent in pushing our biiaiuesa
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS.
It has paid us to da it. and it pays our agents, a? it advertise it thor
ouxhly in every State, County and Town-hip in the United States
not only for us. but for the agent. Remember, this is a life business,
and that every year it grow.- larger.
We will send to parties contemplating to act as our agents, a Sm:ilc
Dozen Bottles securely packed with our different posters, bills, Show
Cards, Terms, etc,
UPON THE RECEIPT OF $2.50.
And all sendinn $2 50 for sample dozin, we wiil .-end free of charge,
Samples of ol our eight elegant Chromn-. enlHed :
'Good Morning !" "Good Night ! ' "Feeding the Chick -ns !"
"Mother's Grave !" "Out of the Frying Pan !" "Bo Peep !"
"Reading the Bible ! ' "First Lesson "
If yon want your county, let us know as soon a- convenient, as. the
territory may be taken. We would be pleaded to have partus who
contemplate taking an agency, to send For .sample package of tbw won
derful remedy tefore engaging largely in the business.
HATS. CAPS & Furnishing Coodr.
CHEAPER TS..?; CHEAPEST ! !
Call and Set Us Before You Buy.
ESrLt the NEW BUHDINC,
On FIRST STREET, opposite Commercial Hetet,
Nov J3 if HASTINGS, NEBRASKA.
tfltorfron. & flXtWabi,
CHEAP CASH STORE
W holer-ale and Retail Dealer in
DRY COODS. HATS CAPS Alto
Grocerieft, Flour Sl ProvlaloM,
WOOD, WILLOW. CLASS AND QUKKN3WAKK.
WE WILL SOT BE USDER SOLD. CALL AND SEE US!
North of Bank,
17 3m Uawo, Nr?nuJt.
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Remember, We Guarantee Every Battle'.
NO CURE I NO PAY I
With these sngestions we leave the matter with yon. Wc do not
wish you to engage unless you will follnw the business as a buine-,
and really desire to mate money. We want none boThcnest, conscien
tious men. To such we will guarantee sacceaa.
Address aUTeommunkatiocs to"
iENNEDY & CO.,
Sole Proprieters, Pittsbirgt, Pa.
Plei?e rtate in what papr yQ Fw tn' dvertHit.-
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