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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
ji. l. jijojuas.
THUKSDAY 3Iaich 8h 1877
Bates cf Subscription.
One cnpy 1 year, ......$2.00
Onocopj'G months, 1.00
0.iicnjy3 " 50
rorrrsponflrnce iolicitrd from all part o
the Coituty aud State, on matters of ftnera
A. S. -nl l--ck. Beatrice. U. S. Senatar.
W. Iitchcoek. Omaha, U. 8. Senator.
Lorenzo Croanae. RepreienUtire.
SILAS GARBER. Gor.rnor. Lincoln.
J. Vciton. Linola, Auditor.
J. :. McllriJe. Treasurer.
Gou.H. R.iberts. Att'jr ien.
I. M. McKenzie. Lincoln. Sop. Pub. Imtrac.
Geo. B. Like. Omaha, Chief Jistice.
I) an'IGantt. Nebraska CHy.l ... j
Ham'l Maxwell. Platsinouth J AHOC,Me JB8'
E. II. .Tonei,
H. O. Bill.
A. A. Pope,
C. C. Coon.
W K. Thorn,
G. 'V. Ball. )
L. H. Luce. f
J. H. Hobart. t
'Tip raid that office-seekers are al
ready beieifiing Hayes.
Omaha wants a railroad through to
the TllacL Hilk
drn. Dinz has been sworn in as
pttsMcnt of Mexico.
A narrow pnage road in to be built
from Sioux Citv to the Black Hills.
Order? have been given to the Rus-t-ian
troops to evacuate the Servian
The Indians . are becoming very
troublesome out in the Black Hill?,
killing a miner occasionally, and run
ning off stock.
The preparations and display, pomp
and parade at Washington, on the ar
rival of President Hayes, was said to
The Danbury JVeics man can say
some sensible things, as witness the
"There is a $30,000 tomb in Green
wood. A stonc-maon made it. In
the outskirts of the city a pauper lies
under a rose bush. God made it"
The compulsory education bill be
fore the Wisconsin legislature provides
that a parent neglecting to send his
child to school six weeks of every year
shall pay a fine of ten cents a day fur
every day the child does not attend !
Such a heavy fine as that will prove
ruinous to the Wisconsonites.
Commodore Vanderbilf's will U to
be contested Cornelius J. (" Young
t'oineel") and two of the daughters
having put in an appearance, to whom
will probably be added two other
daughters Among contestant's counsel
arc Ethan Allen, C M. Depew, David
I). Field. Scott Lord and Jere S.
Black, who will manage in one way or
another to make a pretty good inroad
ou the estate. Ex.
A law was passed by the late legis
lature authorizing a bounty of $3 for
e.ich wolf and $5 for each wild cat
killed ia any county in this state, to
be paid out of the general fund of the
county. The person claiming the
b'.unty mut present the "scalp with
ine two ears and face down to the tip
of the nose" to the county clerk and
may require that the wolf or wolves,
etc , were killed within the Loundaries
of the county.
The Union Pacific company are
pashing an Omaha line in the direc
tion of southwestern Nebraska. They
are preparing to push another through
northwestern Nebraska, in the direc
tion of the Black Hills. At least four
hundred miles of these roads will lie
withiu the limits of our state repre
senting a cash investment of at least
eight millions of dollars. These lines
will render tributary to Nebraska and
her commercial metropolis the choice t
agricultural and grazing regions of our
far west, and the richest mining re
gions on the eastern slope of the Rocky
mountains. At the same time, this
euaip.oy has obtained full control of
the Utah Southern road, which it is
preparing to push into Moutana. giv
ing to that company aud to this state
a pre-emption claim upon the business
of Utah Idaho aud Montana. Oma
The rich and nutritious character of
the grasses, of Western Nebraska, has
often been referred to by stock men
and others, wh have given the sub
ject attention. And while we have in
a general way observed the fact that
cattle do winter in tht region without
prepared food, we were hardly ready
1 1 believe they would winter in this
iciuity, and fatten solely upon the
range. Last week we saw in the mar
ket, beef from the Republican valley,
iu the quality of fatness that could not
be excelled in any of the eastern mar
kets. It was not only thoroughly fat
toned, but it possessed all the ine
qualities of nutrition and flavor found
in the best corn beef The owner in
formed as that he had not fed his cat
tle a pound of hay or grain, that his
N range was near the Republican river,
and that his cattle had increased in
weight during the entire winter.
. Krarw'j Ptees.
aw' iHP pXJOaH
Am' uiaw E5SsJuuSk
HAYES IS INAUGURATED!
President IIayks wa peaceably
inaugurated lat Monday, March 5th.
The following brief notes of the intu
g'iration ceremonies we condense from
the Omaha Daily Republic in :
At 10 o'clock, Monday President
Hayes, accrm anied by hin pon and
Senator Sherman, left the rcuidence of
the senator for the executive m mtion,
where he was met and cordially greet
ed by ex-Pre.ident Grant, who was in
waiting to escort the nw presid nt to
the capitol. There were alo present,
the vice-president elect and commi
.oinncrs of the District of Columbia
The party adjourned to the blue par
lor and passed some time in conversa
tion. In the meantime the grand in
augural pageant that had gathered at
Wa? fungton in a cire'e in the west end
of the city, about a mile from the
white house, started with their flying
banners and bands of music. Lieut.
Colonel Grant, in field uniform, and
Col. Amos Webster, of the militia of
the District, special aides to the pres
ident iu the grand parade, reported at
the executive mansion. As won as
the new Chief Magistrate h id reach ed
the White House an immense crowd
congregated on the portico, hoping
there would be a general reception
In thi-thev were di-appoiuted, though
many were admitted during the after
noon and paid respects to Piesideut
Hayes. The green parlor was the
scene of great animation after the par
ty returned. It was profusely decora
ted with flowers, and the new presi
dent received therein the 6 rat welcome
to his home.
FEBRUARY TERM, 1877.
A. J. Armstrong vs James M. Mar
tin and S. P. Martin. Leave granted
defendants to file amended answer in
stanter and plaintiff allowed 90 days
to reply. Trial set for October 15th.
1877, at 1 o'clock P. M.
Andrew Beck vs William Jones.
Verdect for defeudant.
George Houtz vs Marion Alexander.
Damages. Dismissed by plaintiff
Catherine J. Houtz vs Geo. Houtz.
Divorce. Divot ce granted as prayed
Wm. II. Walters vs H. B. Holmes,
and Alex. Bentley. Continued.
Dudley 31. Steele and Samuel R.
Johnson vs George W. Bcaman. At
tachment. Sale of attached premises
C. H. Potter vs M. C. Shermau.
Attachment. Continued for service.
Mary Ellen Law vs Frank M. Law.
Divorce. Continued for service.
Mary T. Anderson vs George Lav
crty. Bastardy. Set for trial Wed
nesday, Oct 17th, 1S77.
State vs Andrew J. Bennccker.
Fined $25 and costs.
State vs C. H. Potter. Verdict, not
Stcte vs Noah Perry. Dismissed by
State vs George Zeiss. Verdict, not
State vs C. II. Potter. Dismissed
State vs George Zeiss. Continued.
State vs Wm. Beuson. Fine of $25
State vs Noah Perry. Fine of $25
State vs 0. H. Potter. Dismissed
State vs Jno. Beauchamp. Contin
ued. Set for trial Wednesday, Oct.
17th, 1877, at 8 o'clock a. m.
It is reported that the cholorea has
reduced the stock of hogs one fifth, in
Nasby on the Coniuiis-ion :
"I war wun6t in favor uv the joint
commibh, and wuz eiier to hev it.
When it wuz ez shoor that a majority
uv the judges wood be dimocratic,
givin us a majority uv oue in the lot,
I bleevd it to be constooshnel.
I am not, ez a general thing
a thiretcr for gore. I bed much ralli
es hev Tilden buy his way into the
presidency than to hev to fite for it.
With Bradley on the com -mishn,
it is unconstooshnel. Sich a
thing wuz never contemplated by the
fathers, it wuz never done afore, and
there ain't no precedent for it The
idee uv hevin a compemise in which
the diinocrisy did'nt -jit more than
twice what they claimed, is suthin
new in ameriean history. On
receet ot money enuff to buy sufficient
cloth to half sole the trowsi.s of our
citizens so that our noble heattid
wouimm won t hev to stond m front
uv em all the time when they drill,
I will organize a company to wunst.
I feel more like fiiin for the the con-
stttushen now than 1 hev seucc I en
listed :n the Looisiana Pelikens in
1861. When I play I want
the keerds put up el" I want to m.-k.
a livin by wort there ain't no yoose in
..!: :. -II It w..i, i
jidjin ii . nielli uty utunti
back to aksede to a r ola&hetj UV the
nn.irtrwr)An when w ariiv t.
0 ntOOsnen wneu We WUI to
make suthin by it t)Ut to Violate that
sacred instrooment, and then to lo-ie
the i-offices hy it, is uni terrible.
The following report of the proceed
ings of the Railroad meeting held a.
Sutton Feb. 24th. We a'ip from the
Pursuant to call, a larg and en-
thu iaMic meeting of the meeting of
the citizen of York, Hamilton, Fill
more, Clay. NuckolU and Webter
counties was held in Odd Fellow.- Hall,
in Sutton, at 2 p. m., February 24-h
to take f-teps towards fecuring the ex
tension of the O. &R. V. U. R
ihrouzh their respective counties
Convention called to orlt-dr by C.
M. Turner, of Clay county. Hon.
Jo-cph Garber, of Webster was elect
ed chairman, and Hon. J. W. Small,
of Clay, secretary.
President in a few telling remarks
tated the object of i lie meeting.
Hon. M W. Wilcox, J. B. Din
more aid Hon. J. W. Small were
called, and laid before the convention
the facts they had obtained, in refer
ence to the intentions of the officers o!'
the road, and the feelings of the peo
ple along the proposed line.
On motion of R. G. Brown, a com
mittee of five, consisting of R. G.
Brown, C. F. Shedd, J. B Dint-more,
Gex Yeisvr and J. M. Flynn, was ap
pointed by the chair to drift resolu
tions, cxpre.-sing the sentiments of
While committee were drafting
resolutions, convention took recess
for fifteen minutes.
Convention called to order, and com
mittee reported the following which
We the citizens of York, Hamilton,
Fi.lwore, Ciay, Nuckolls aud Web
ster couuties in convention assembled,
for the purpose of considering the
question of the extension of the 0. A
V. R. R through said cjuotie, alopt
the following resolutions :
lt. We feel the necessity of a 1
diiional facilities for the traiisporta
tion and shipment of the large aud
increased product of our soil, aud ful
ly appneiate the immense good result
ing from increased raihoad facilities.
2nd. We aie ready, willing and
anxious to give the O & R. V. R. R
or any other railroad, all the assistance
in our power to advance the building
of a railroad tbrouhg the above named
counties, via. York Sutton, Fairfield
and Red Cloud,
3d. That an executive committee
of nine, to be selected by the conven
tion from the above named counties,
and we would recommend that a coun
ty committee of five be appointed in
each county, with instructions to con
fer with the executive committee,
appointed by the convention. That
said execntive committee shall confer
with the U. P. and 0. & R. V. R. R.
officials, and call their attention to the
rout therein sugncted, and do all
they can to secure the building of a
railroad through said counties.
4th. That we ars in full sympathy
with the U. P. and O. & R. V. R. R.
R's, and express our confidence in
their abilities to do as they propose.
That only through increased freight
facilities can that prosperity so much
desired by all be obtained.
That a copy of these rcsolutins be
printed in all the papers along the
proposed line of railroads, and the
secretary be instructed to send a copy
to each of the Omaha papers and to
Messrs. Clark and Kimball, of Omaha.
In accordance with the resolutions
addnpted the following named gentle
men were elected members of the ex
ecutive committee :
Clay county, Hon. J. W. Small,
R. G. Brown and Dr. M, V. B. Clark.
York county, Charles Seeiy and
Hon. Wm. Knapp.
Hamilton county, N. M. Bray.
Fillmore county, Chas. S. Allen.
Nuckolls county, D. W. Mont
gomery. Webster cout.y,- Hon. Joseph
R. G. Brown moved that Clay
county now proceed to elect a county
C. M. Turner, I. N. Clark, H. W.
Gray, C. F. Shedd, and J M Flynn,
The chairman called the executive
and county committees elected to meet
in the Hall immediately after adjourn
ment. On motion convention adjourned.
J. W. Small, Chairman
The executive committee organized
by electing J W Small chairman, aud
R G Brown secretary; ai-d after trans
acting nece.-sary business adjourned to
meet in Odd Fellows Hall, in Sutton,
on Saturday March 3d 1877, at 1 p m
at which time a full attendance is re
I will mail (Free) tan recipe for preparing
a simple Vegetable Balm tout will remove
Tan. freckles. Pimples and Blotches, tear
mg the skin sort, eiear and bcant'ful ; also
instructions tor producing a luxuriant
growth of natron a ba d head or a mooth
face. Address Ben- VaadeltJt Ck,. Box 5!l'l
No. 5 Wooter St.. N. Y. 32
The advertiser having been permaneatly
eared o that dread diseas-. -.onuiuption. by
a simple rerae I-. is anxious to make known
to his fellow sufferer the me-uis of eare. To
allwhodcii eit, he will send ac py of the
prescription used, (free of charge), with the
aireetions for preparing and using the same,
which they will fiudaarecuretor Gnsursp
tioa. Asthma, bronchitis. Jtc. Parties wish
ing the prescription will please ddress.
Rev K. A. WILSON.
32-6 194 Peon St.. WiUiarasbargh. N. Y.
Jfcrrors of Youth.
A ,OESTIEMAN who suffered for year
Mfroa erTa.Debiligr. Prematart- De-
cay, aud all toe effect of yoothtal indiscre-
tioa will, for the sake of -n ering humanity.
d iree to all who n -ed it, the -eripe ind
di.-yctioa for making the simple remeb- by
wtoica he was eared. Safferers wuhiag to
ProitbythedTertier'3 experieaoe can do
- tfl$51ftffi8 CedUN. Y.
Notice is herny given, mat i win ex- j
kmine all per-ons who may desire to
offer themelves as candidates for tea
f ftf V
cher of the primary or common schools
of Webster county, at Red Cloud on the
firt Saturday in the months of Feb.
ruary. May. Aucust, and November
A. D. 1S77 Examinations w;ll also
be held in District No. 21 Stillwater
Precinct, and in Harmony precinct,
before summer school commence.
A. A. Pope, Co. Sop't.
Negunda Jan. 5th 1S77.
ASK the reenT
victims of Fcyr
and Acue the mer
curial dieec pa
tient how ihey re
covereJ h e 1th.
cheerful M'irits Jt
will tell rou by
The Cheapest, Purest and Best Familj
Hedicine in the World!
For Dyrpenma. "ontipatiu. Jaundice,
llilliounatmck. .Sick Headache. C 'lie. lie
predion of piril5. tour Stomach. Heart
turn. Ac. Jet.
Tin unrival d Southern Kcmedy i war
ranted not to contain a single panicle of
Mer ury. or any injurious mineral subiauce
but" PURELY VEGETABLE.
containing thoe Southern Roots and Herb,
which au aliwis- 1'roviicn c has pl-icid iu
countries where Liver Dicaen inot prev. il.
It will cure .ill Di!e.ue:s cm ed by be auge
ment ol'ihe I. iter and bowel.
The Symptoms of Liver Complaint are a
bitter or bad M'e in the mouth : t'niii in the
lijck. Sidei or Juuu. ottiMi mistaken lor
Klieunuiti'iii ; Sour jtouiucu : Lm oi Ai
petitc; llowcl' alternately costive and lax:
llcndnche; Loss ot memory, with a p.iiulul
sensation of having faile i to do something
Inch ought to have been done: dobility ow
spirit:-, a thick jellow appear.mce of thei'kin
and eye, a dry C-.ugh ott n mistaken iur
meume many of these symptoms attend
the disease, at others very few ; but the Liv
er, the largest organ iu the body, i generally
tuese.it of thedi ese, a difuot ileula ed
in time, areat sutTenug. wretchedness nd
Death will ensue.
I can recommend as an efficacious remedy
for disease of the Liver. Heunburn and Dys
pepsia, tilMMONO LIVKtt KKGL'LATOa.
Lewis G. W under,
1(52.5 MaMer Street.
Assistant Post Maeter. Philadelphia.
"We in. ve tested its virtues, personally, and
know that tor Dy pep ia, Liliouxnes. and
Throbbing lleaductie it is the bestmcdicino
the worlu ever caw. We have tried forty
other remedies belore Simmons' Liver Keg
ulator. but none of thein gave us tuoro than
temporary rel'cl: but the Regulator notonly
relieved, bu cared us. Ld. lelcgrupb and
Messenger. Macon, U.
Manufactured only by
J. K. ZZLIIT k CO..
MACON, flA., and PHILADELPHIA.
It contains four medical element, never
united in the same happy proportion iu any
other preparation, viz : a gentle Catnartio, a
woiidcriul tonic, an unexceptionable Alter
ative aud certain Co.rectivc ofall impurities
of the body. Such signal cucceft. has atten
ded its use, that it is now regarded as the-
For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and
As a Itemed in
MALARIOUS FEVERS, BOWEL COM
PLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, MENTAL DE
PRESSION, RESTLESSNESS, JAUNDICE,
NAUSEA, SICK HEADACHE, COLIC,
CONSTIPATION and BILIOUSNESS
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
As there are a uumber of imitations offered
to the puolic. we would caution the commii
iiily to buv no powders or prepaiedaiimnoiis'
Liver Regulator, unices in our engrated
wrapper, with the trade mark, s-t-unp and
signature unbrkei, None other is genuine.
Macon. Ga.. and Philadelphia,
Your valuable medi-iue Simmons" Liver
Regulator, has saved me many Doctor's hills
I use it tor everything it i recommended,
and never knew it to lad. I have used it in
Colic and (irubbs. with m mules and hnr?es
giving them about halt a bottle nt a time, I
nave not lost one that I gave it to. you c.in
re ommend it to every one that has s ock as
being the bet medicine known for all cam
plaints that horse flesh is heir to.
18-ly Agent for Grangers of Georgia.
MARK THESE FACTS.
The Testimony of the Whole World.
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS.
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pills gave
me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvellous."
"I send tor another box. and keep them in
"Dr. Il.lloway has cared my headache
that was chronic."
I gave one of yur Pills to my Jbabe for
eholera morbus. The dear, little thing got
well in a day."
".My nausea of a morning is now cured."
"Your box of Holloway's Ointment cured
me of noise in the head. I rubbed some of
jour ointment behind the ears and the noise
"send me two boxes; I want one for a poor
'I enclose a dollar, your price is 25 cents,
but the m dicine to me is worth a dollar."
I hare over 2D) such testimonials as these
but want of space compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Ointment
is most i valuable. It docs not hea exter
nally alone, but penetrates with the most
searching effects to the very root ol the cril
Invariably cure the following diseases
Disorder of the Sidneys.
In all diseases affecting these organs, wheth
er they secrete too much or too little water ;
orwnener iney oe amictea witn stone or
gravel, or with acLes an ' pains -ettlcd in
th loins over the regions of the kidney,
these pills should be taken according to the
. ri- ted directions, and the Ointment should
be well rubbed ini- the mi.tL ui the back ut
bed time. This treatment will give almost
immediate relief when all other means hare
For Stomach? fat of Order.
No medicine wi I so effecm lly imorove
the tone of the stomach .is boe I'ids: the
remove all acidity occaswnea either by iu-
I tempera-.ee or improper diet
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS ar thehestkn-jwn
in the world torthe tallowing ui'esse-. Ague
Asia a. unions lo.uplau t. uiotebes on i
the Skin. Bow-l, Contutup ion. Debility.
Dror-sy. Drsenterr. Krvs.ne us. rViujIe Ir- I
rej-uUrities. Fevers of all kinds. Tits Jout. j
Hexdnche. Indigestion. Indamation. Sore .
Th'-ais Stone and Gravel. Wrms otaill
kinds. Weakners from any cause, etc. I
None are gsnaine unless the si;nstureof
J, HiT.ncr., as aent for the United Sutes,
unoueds each b x nf Pills, and ointraenu
A nand omn reward will be gives to any o e
ren "cring such information as nay lead to
the detection ofany parly orpar iescoun cr- j
foiling the edicin or rending the same. I
knowing them to b spurious. ,
mao'd at the mam: factory of Professor
Hollow. r Jb Co.. New Yor. and by all re-spectabi--
druggists anxl dealer in medicine .
throughout the emlited norld. in ;.oxsat
25 c nts. 6i c- uts and fl. each.
XT!ierf is considerable saricg by taking J
t-e larger sixes.
N, B. Directions for the guidance of pa
tieiis in eTery disorder are aifixed to each
Office, 112 Ifttrtj Strtet, ST. I.
X y2 ju"
Red Cloud & Jew
ell City Stage Line-
Connecting at Red (loud with the
Re public Valley line, runntnc
tratcht to Ha-ting.
-TLree regular trip will be made
each week, having Red Cloud the
citue time the stage from liatm.
ftcsa&SAra g:-:d tsg: kits c::
FA RK It FA H OS A li L F.
D. II. GODFREY.
Wines & Liiquors
dieting, Smoking, Tobacco
OK ALL KINDS.
CON FKGI'ION KRIS,
Fresh Lager Beer.
RED CLOUD, NER.
C. R. Potter,
People at lare can find con.-tantlj
on hand Lumber. Lath, Shingle,
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Building Paper and Mould
ings. Pine and Hard wood
Wltent will be taken in exchange
Quick Sal s and Small Profits.
!olvd Highest Honors Oonfor
rod at Conformist.
f ILCHT 8CWIHO MACHINE.
ASM? II VlMTiti9,TnisdMt UITCCTS HWIfl
la Ut oJy Scwteff Mackiae la tkc wti wftk
lutomstJo Tonslon, aad
Automatic 9111011 Indicator; to
Always Rsatfy for Workvaa4t
Emt Peutal Cara for TJIautxatea Price Ltot, Ac.
Willcox A Gibbs S. M. Co.
Cor. Bend St.) OSS Wmuaua-f, 3Tew Turk-
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MOWERY & FARRELL.
Kct'p the 1rt and mot cotapWt
HARDWARK. and TISWAllK,
of any hou in the r!, and "H the
MAI a-i FA2UCS3 aCIIiaTS.
! of rrery description o&Dun:ly oa
I hi mis.
Go ami S Them.
15 tf Int. Strret.
O. Cameron i
Has the !an;e-t trxk of Good wet
of i.iiic-'ln tut hand, and more bcioj;
My stock con:i?ts of
Vuiivy, M.Jiple elolliM
a .-pecialty ; s'mi a well sorted Mock
of Notions ofall kind- cheap. 1 have
uUo a larjre tock of C'luthitijc very low
in price, -.pleudid value.
SHIRTSSf OR A WE US
ofall kinds. My stock of
and Glassware are all complete, and
will be -old veiy chciip forca-h.
Call and cxaiuiuu my stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, Hats, Caps.
and all kinds of Furiii.hiiii; (Joods will
be -old ui very low pnee-.
Call utnl Kt pricei and be convinced
that thi-i i-t the place to trade.
N. C. Clark of' Guide Rock, ban for
.ale the best WHI-beimj apparatti1
ever u?ed, coni!tinK of drill', aiiKcr-,
etc. '1'ivo men with one of tlice-e lirill
can drill from -II) to f0 f:t in oue day,
through the rock of tbii country.
Thee drills are warranted to bo the
New York Artesian Drills. 40-ti
KED CLOUD & SMITH CKNTKK
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican River Stage Line.
Three regular tripi a week, arriving
and departing from Red Cloud at the
name time the utagc from tho railroad
FARE VERY LOW.
nil. J. B. BUSSOW. Prep.
via nrisucD ins
FIRST PREMIUM !
Lt the Ccntcnr.i 1 r-iibitio-. V.r an-t bit
alwraya czrm 1 -Ti i J.i.Jicst Luura
luxc lt cirul:Uii.
A COMPACT, nisrrr.r. prnynt.E.
L.j2ht K-nniajt sM LFrlt-IKVT LOCK
tTiTCrt" JI CIIJ.VE. AVAtmiU to the
WANTS of KVKl.YKODY. Tl-; HO Ml
. -arasiDco br the e.-l cf if.c bcf inver.Trvc
lalfnt.in-iri-r.'taxi'rr.l b. III. It C.mBiu
ill tbe K-aratUl l'trt tf-i F5P.7 CLAP3
ZhC2irt, Is SIZII'Lli in CONS! RL'CIION.
tiVfttltltilt in 5trsi g'h sul Beauty,
coctaimK-u Vorkini Part tId r:aab!
Cf DOIV& a w'Ur rftgct H'orhttaalfbrt
uhoutc3Tisi OtlS CPHTfcrR'
In the Mancfact-jra oT tilts ii-AlllIM; the
Very I5-t jTntorlaln are USED.
STm WEACISO l'Airrs arc UARDP Nrr
aad th tlccxanlara bo U-ra c-Tnt;cTiiI
K-ith the special r" cf rroducina zn
3-j-y Hanninr. ItRAi:Ln, aixi aL-sct
AOltJfcLES-1 JH ACIIINK, 6d-"3ttd IQC U T
WEtX. for Coar or flaw TliKKAl). CUT.
TOX.arr.ror LINEN. 8inrX0 Irwa thj
l.iqhtrat Muslim to Mm9r CI h xo-$
li the INTRINSIC MEHI1S of Ux
HOMV 1EWINC MACMIMK thMt
every MACI1'E t I-iSy
W4A r. ltM V...,
aiTaniCa ICr iiVe iCarS,
LIVE AGENTS w-iat.l ia localise waere i
ccare not rcprrsertttl.
Sd- for t-ir-5, sad assrpk of work dotw
oa the IIOliE, or call al aaj- of our (Mam.
Joh'9S3M, Clark ft Co.,
3C Uaiaa Efaaxa, aTrw York.
564 7a'atagti Stratt, leaUB, Kaaa,
1111 Lcrs2 At., xtaksrfa. Pa.
141 Stat Etrtat, Cllts. EL
5 1 gecta Jhk CutNC, Sc Laaia, Ma.
17 rr Thmtrnj Ct., Cas Trt4sm, CaL
f . . WlimsS Cn.
r.rr th Uttrt .tori Jn DKUGS. HWICK KMILY MK.
ICI.N. PMVTS. oil. CtL5.- PUTrY. a'CHOOI. HoiiK-
TATlOVliV. tal fact cterjlhm to W fouoi M a Sr, i
Wr dral Urrrlrin IUV fUnirt, ?ll W, tlLnr-t No
TIONS I.b rwicrwar-. HOOrS. HOria. d liAKOW IK
llWKi and FCIW a pcu!ty.
"Quick Sale 4,
We IH tfll ra cwl chipr th.n r h-awi-- n la- i
CjH xi examine our f-xd and tnm. aad bo ataotliMpwii
I KAI.KUS !M
DRY GOODS !
-IUK'Kl.ll .S, lUMiTH mill SIIOKH.
JIafN. CapM, Hard Mart, wiiriiM-
ware unci atla.vHurt.
Patent Medicines. Oils. Faints.
UV harp the larrit tocl in luvntn anl will not be under. J
Give u-t a call one and all, and i-tuunr hh1-. and prir-
LOU IT A FKXMMOKK.
hnvirii; fbrtiird a cn-patfnr-.hfp lor th turfo of rtiga;nt in f'
buoine- of Wagon making and Hlackauiilhin..,, are hum prwpited tj
accommodate the public.
tKIHA will be found iu
AH Work Warranted
vl .ok ttll UumI.!
AqA AVXCAlt a .lv (yvAtuv
Call andSue Us.
Red CoihI, At-hni-Iin
CHAS. R. JONKS,
WIOLSSAlE AKCEITAILBS.-.SS:)! '
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, i ATS -C
AP J, Tinware, Queensware
IliKlient anli .Price Ialil for Vriiln.
We keep cottant!y on hand a larjrc ataortinent of w
DRY GOODS IIA TS. CAPS. G. ()VI.W
M I1TENS, BOOTS SI I O KS, &C
' Al8 A6R,CULTURAL iplemehts, &c, &c
Call and ee a-. We ell Tcry
mm If jftAV-k An ltatMt O Tt T. . 1
' ,. . .. " . """ uaw a
Keep a Supply of nrmiKXmplmenin.
sFGtc n. a call. a we fcel .are we rtk aoit yon, and at fgattf
as low a any other firm in the weit.-Toai
Retseaib2r the place, I door north of the Prist's oSce.
Red Cloud Neb.
Pmall Profits r
Wij-gin's old chop
lK'l en Mroj tti
to Give Satis-faction.
: x4 qirt ui 3rUuii ,
low for cn-h, and Fay 6A
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targe a nu cotBUctoiOCa 01 Clt",
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