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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1877)
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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
WEBSTER CO . NEBRASKA.
Nnticnin this Column 10 Ccntr a Line i
Ar rival and IH-pnrlarr of T.mttm
rr the wt cio-tf p. o.
HASTINGS leaves .Monday !
ednedav and rrulay i a. rn.
... - . i
Tuesday, Thur-day and Saiuid.ty, h
A. of., Arrives every day fc:3c p. m.
HARVARD leaves Mondays and
Tbur.-dsy.- 7 a. n:., arrives ediKS
days and Saturdays 6 p. tn.
Pleasant Hill leaven Thursdays 7 i
a. in. Arrives Wednesday's 0 p. in. '
FRANKLIN, coin? east, Monday's
and Thursday'? 2 p. w. Goiugwest
Tuesday's and rriday s 9 a. m !
-, t i
iLWKi.i. raii-au. ii-acs lutiun)-,
Thtii'dai.h ar.d Saturday S a. ui..
ne Munddjo, W ednerJays an'l
Friday- G p. m.
RuriSCL, K:tu-as, Lenves Monday-. '
idu'.-l.ij-arj Friday.- 7 a. tn.. J
arrive- Tue.-cin.s, Thursdays and
fcunday.-, G p. in.
from 4 until 0 p. m.
All recirtcred matter must be in
by 7.3j p. ur.
Mincv Order business closed at
7 30 n. MopidsH i-.-ufd on Sun
M. R. McNht, P. M.
(SI CUt II IIIKKCTOKY.
St-rvicc ejey "r-t and third Sat-bath-of
each month at Bed Cloud
mid Inavate. 7i o'clock V. 51 at
R-d Cl.-iid. 2 oVl.iek l. M at In
t.ve. Every e'mnd and fourth
Suhhitihr. at Rutin and Harmntiy
Pr-rim-ta. Rev. A. Maxwell,
BAPTIST niriU'iI Rev.
.1. T. MlLNF.u. Service- -econd
Sabbjth in 'ib motj'h at 11 a. .M. i
Saiiuath School ivcry Sabb-jth '
Itl A. M I'lo-i- at 1 1.
. J-J IttX.EK. Jiot.
RAND OF HOPE trri't- cv.-ry two
' w.-cl r n alternate Thursday' even (
ins- ; 0.30 o clock
Subseri' i- s n-h
io not n'1'.-iri- thtir iia-1
P-r r k ' tI. wi:I con. or a favor by notify
inr e ol 1' 'ni"t s i !-
-ui-rnUiT who fni.i:.r. r?',"tJ7
in rkt 1 t- lie in;.rcn..t luir TV
i-iir.vu!l kii..ihtr a'-'i-r JA
k'oaxireh v.nn ti.e i uihik i
I tl..niiiff ..I..I Micv Mritri.p-tv to sfitw-
:twi'p, Tjn.w!ifi!iiIal.liiTn."nt-pir '
nil . i. 1U ti !. -I Ijf.tcct;.lijicitli.-
C. W. Spiinper will eK you a fine
American Oiiian for ca-h or on time.
. V L.i dlow will mike you
li irtu-s. or repair jour old ones,
on hnu at th po.-t ofii:e.
Ttse hiithct. ci-li -ic- p-.id for h:
ping hogs, al-o w'leat and corn, by
:v:,S c. R. PoTiEit.
A phvaichti ha- pi-t dicoveied tht
4 Jiil.iiiare," ar
:. jroteral thleg, toi-
in t.t- ci:;i those uho ate wwitsg a pun
R..II ..f Honor. Charle- lVillow,
A iH-e .Mitchell, .Jamie M-ixwell. Cora
lot'er. Lnra MeBride, Freddie Rich-ani-oii.
The .-cr 'ech of the steam whi-tle
FO'iudeih. in the ear- vi' our Walnut
Cicek neighbor-. T!i2 :iw mill at that
phee h-is begun oporati---.
tu-t the He-t Buy Smith's Amer
ican Organ. Buy it for y.-.ur wife buy
i; tor your anjrhtcr. C W. Springer
agent for Webster county. 33 tf
We eenteiiiplate making some
clintige.- in the mechanical construction
oftheChie. which wil we think,
improve its appearance.
1'here wIU be a competitive examin
on in map drawing, on Friday afler-
anon in map
noon, of the cliss in geography at the
Red Cloud intermediate school. Par
ents and fiUuds are iuvited.
Say the word, and i will deliver to
your door an Orzan that wiU- please
vou Pi ices range between $100 and
$ 1 000. C. W. S PR I N r ER.
33 2w Ageut.
We publish this week, seme of the
new laws passed by the last leglsture.
je shall publish such otheis as we
think v.-ill be of interest to our readers,
2 soon a- we have space for them.
Vol. 1, No. 1, of the Fiiendville
Advocntt is on our table. R is a lively
spicy sheec, edited by Coanell, former
ly of the Harvard Advocate. We wi-h
kiu success in your uew undertaking,
Mr. M. Murphy of the Plattsmouth
JJcrald, and Secretary of the Nebraska
VM.ntrinl A ssnej ition. has kindlv nre-
rented us an invitation to accempa-iy j
them . n ihcr excursion to the Pacific
' eoat, next May. Please accept thanks, j
p, put the pail into spot of boiling
Hter and let it boil until the chicken
fender. "When the chicken is done,
Vmove it to a hot dish, covering imme-
set it where it will keep
the gravy from the pail into
mix ihiu; turn one tamespooniui oi i
IpT llirca tahlaaoa
The wolf scalp bounty is one dollar
in-tead of two, as previously stated,
and is paid out of the State wstea 1 of
the county funds. Nearly every paper
in the State published what they had
reason to believe was the law, but sub--stquently
learned it was not.
''Mac" dresses up now, since the
election of ITayes. The idea that some
democrat would handle thg precious
mail bags and letters for the good peo-
pie of Red Cloud, weiched upon him,
snd he only resumed buoyancy of spirit
heu the count was settled.
The nnterial ofthe Harvard ,4 '
catc has been niored to Fricndrillc,
Mr. Elder, of the firm or P. A. Wil
liams h. Co , of Ri vert on, gave Of. a
pleasant call bit Monday.
Notice the new ad. of the Sar Bil-
j ;anJ ijaj JjjjJ fceer,, an orderly house
I and h;H a co(i uWd fo. ai, thoc w,j0
n:or ,i.r. -r.i -.. of hniiarda.
20.000 Seedling Cottonwoods at Rrd
(loud, by I). Lutr. 34
We wi-h to inform our patron- tint
a Chicapo firm ha? lately opened up at
Has'irc, and art; selling Iry Good,
Clothing, Bool, and Shoe", at .-uch
. . ...i it
low prices that have never before been
known in Ha-tjni They warrant to
give jjatisfict'on or money refunded.
?.?. tf l-tMreet, Hj-tiugs, Neb.
The eastern troubles are likely to be
I amacahly .-ettled. The trouble that
ha- hcejuf-rc cxUted in this county
in regard to galling goad haru'-a-s at
rea-omble figures i- al-o fettled.
Win. McRnde ha- jut received a large
ttcek of the best material and will get
up rood harness at icnyinabl fizure
j Call at his .-hop in Red Cloud. 33-tf
J The array of" larm maahmerj' in Red
i Cloud this .-prin? is a-toni-hing to
4 . i.... ... ..:... v ,t -:.
i j; riiTiiriT. iiiil lii :l ii;iLivt? . Kiir-ikUii
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there i- nothing to excite remark.
.iake .i innr na-1-i-.t recuved a iarg-
,. ri, i - i i
upply of plows and cultivator.-, eta,
which he i- .-elling cheap. Don't buy
until you call on him
"?a is Cuczei ad OraTrlaz Old!"
Alas, what a Veen, sharp pang of
unafpreeiated love and care pierces
the .-oui of that silent and undeuion-
-trame father, who-e "Hi-art feels
, must '.vhen the lips move not," on
heanng the almve often cau.-ele.-s and
iliP,,ant remark fiom the lips of some
vor;te n,,. 0f hs fUaiiiljr. whose
happiness and ral welfare. from the
happy das of htdpl.-s.s itrfancy have
ever btcti among the tn&in-i.rinzs of
his efFo.t, ami closely inter-uoveii with
,. . . ,, ...
ills Vc iieart-MlI.'.S. f ilOUtr he Iia-
, , ... , P
vivnieu unnseii, uunrg many years or
j i;,- .. ,lf.J-nf hP i.leiP'irP, ami rn
laxatt'ius that other men enj y, ai.d
labored by day and night in the sweet
hope of making for his family, his
loved ones a happy home, looking
and asking oulv for a kind and proper
appreciation ot his labors, and in re
turn, while meeting with cruel, uu-looked-foi
and heavy losses at the
band of 'be woild, what to him is fnr
i, mr-e little or no aid or support from
those he loves beat ! Is it a wonder
that "Pa is cbauged, and growing old.'
Ob wife, son and daughter, stop and
on-ider ! Doubtless the father ha-his
fuu hare -of faults; doubtless he iu
coramou with an other frail human
nature-, tall- short of doing his full
duty, and oft times fails to be all you
could hope and wi-h. Rut try and
mentally put yourself in bis place ; try
and feei as he feel- under the pre.-sure
which U ever upoti him ; think of his
never-ending, cea-eles. almost sleep
less contact and contest with the cark
ing cares of life. Remember th it in
addition to hi.- own burden, he ha-, in
a great mra-ure, to a-.-ume thoe of
you all, provide for all, be responsible
for all ! Think, if you can, that the one
end and aim of his life, at his age,
must have for it- motive power your
own gieate-t good. Aud, if he comes
home at night seemingly cold and ab
sorbed and distrait ; if be caurjot read
ily join with you in the light gossip of
the day ; even if there be a fruwn upon
hi brow and no smile upon his lip, do
not think it follows that he is cold or
angry with you ; that he docs not,
away down in the bottom of his heart,
:ove you as of yora ; tlrat he is not
tenderly sensitive to all you say or do ;
but rather know that the thousand
perplexities of the day have leen a
hard and grievous burden, hi mind
and manner have lost much of their
elasticity and then, of ail other times,
he needs all the sweet and tender sym
pathy yoa can give him; then his soul
hungers for kindness and support.
And where else on God's green earth
can be look for it, if net at home ? If
he has been uufortuuate, and especial
ly by no fault of bis own, but by the
ehieanery and bad faith of others, or
by some ge era! calamity; if he is in
debt, and his good name and credit, as
dear to him as the apple of his eye, be
at stake, and lie is overwhelmed with
anxiety as to hov he is to' maintain u;
if from morn until night, and even in
lve lhc creat ProbIem of hoTT hc 13
hu - rlrtri Hfntne wr lc tf ftr
to nav his debts, keen his credit intact.
!sei ve his business, and provide for
j-our imperative wan's ; if you are a
true mother, daughter and son, you
will hesitate long before asking him
for this, that or the other you could
do without, and which vou know must
cut him to the heart to refusr, or if
granted but adds to his load 1
-Not only this, if your heart has any
love remaining for him, any apprecia
tes of what he has done oris doing
for you, you will never, never wanton
ly add to this butden, under which he
is manfully and courageously Btrug
"filing but feel, as you should, that he
is doing all this more for you than
himself; that all he accomplishes must
be for your own advantage ; that a
kind and loving word, a kiss, anaffeo
tionate glance an easily expressed
j sympathy, will strengthen his arm and
i heart, and render him all ihe better
i fitted to succeed.
JL Of .1 LS
Go to the Red Cloud Furniture
Store, for your furniture. 15tf
School District Record- for fra'e by
C. W. Kaley.
HATS and CAPS.
Go to.I. G- Pottefn for the bcf
Mylca of Hats and Caps in the rallcy.
Cheap. for ca-h
Call at City Drue Store and be vac
cinated from pure virm. Irs. Hc-ad
5ri fat hops, for s-hich I will pay
l he hicheat market price.
20 tf W. N. RiniARDSON,
J. U yTL!.T!3.
Agent for the White Sewinz Ma
chine. Any one wi-hine to pu!cbae
one of the-e machine., will find a. -amide
machine at th Furniture stoie.
I will et hedge for ai! tho- wi.-hine
work of that kind done, for 25 cents
per rod and insure a stand of live
plants. Call on or add re -s,
Wm. W. Bunnell,
24 tf Stillwater, Neb.
J. D. Po-t inforiiH us that !:C has
the large.-t barn wert of Joe, War-
, ,- i . . ,
jners an 1 i- p-spirel to acibWmo-,
idntellie freighter.--, and all oilier.-
' . n i . r ' .
'. ... ... t
I niill JI(S, l.lli. Uil.l Ml luiut-inu
in.ja. . ii. uii.i f ..' .. .. .
' on short notice
, , . ., ,r
When you come to town stop at the
I -i Clede Ilou-e, where you can find
good accommodations for yourself and
Wm. MeBride will get you up a
good harness at rea-onab!e figure-.
Call and see him. One door south of
the new Meat Market. M-if
Ql'EENSWARE ! QUEENSWare!
John G. Potter has just received a
large amount of Queenware, etc., etc.
which he will rell at figures to suit
purchasers Cail and see. John G.
Potter, Red Cloud, Neb. 32
When yon come to town call at the
"Boys' Home," Geo. Ziss, proprie
tor, where you can get good accommo
dations at reasonable rates. Board by
the day or week. 33 2w
BOOTS aud SHOES.
J. G. Potter wishes to say that he
is selling his tock of Roots and Shoes
at extremely low figures. Give him a
call. 33 tf
22 AD THIS ASD IT WILL 33 SSSTSH
Having received over 50 cases of
Dry Goods, 30 eases Clothing, 3000
pairs Boots and Shoe-, a large assort
ment of Oil Cloth, and Carpet, which
we must sell, reg-ardles of cost, for
the want of room. This" N a golden
opportunity for those who wi-h to buy.
Uhicago Store, 1st Street, Hastings,
Holloway's Pills and Ointment
Scrofula was considered incurable until
the great discovery of "Holloway's
Pill? and Oiiitmetii" fh-hed upon the
world. Diseases which baffle the skill
of the medical schools, readily yield to
these- peerless remedies. Scurvy. Ery
sipelas, Saltrhcum, Itch, and all cu
taneous eruptions are curable by tbetu.
25 cents per box or pot.
Good Cottonades at 15c. a yard.
Good Heavy Jeans, " "
Brown and Blue Duck, 12c
Bleached Mu-lin, 7, 3, 9, 10..
Unbleached " 72, S. S2-9.
Heavy Toweling, Sjc.
" Cheviot Shirting, 12jc
Bed Ticks S. 10; 12e.
Four Spools Coat's Thread 25c.
We also have an endless variety of
Spring Goods, just arrived from New
York. Come and examine osr Goods
have a full line of Ginghams, Cali
coes, Poplin?, Alpacas, Cashmere,
Embroideries, Laces, striped Ho-iery,
also Balbrigan and English Under
wear; Ribbons; Buttons ; Trimmiugs.
Our Clothing Stock fe Complete. We
are offering suits at f4 50 to $12 00.
30 percent less than can be bought
elsewhere. The ladies will please give
us a call. We have onr brands of
boots aud shoes, which we can warrant
to you. Hoping to get your patron
age, we are R&pectfully Yours,
1st door south of the Bank, Hast
Louisa Creek, Marsh 9, 1877.
Ed. Chief. Everythine i flourish
ing on the Creek. The farmers are
beginning to sow wheat and make pre
parations to farm. We are going to'
sow some onions. F. D: Hutchinson
snd myself will now two acres, to give
the young hoppers a chance to sweet-'
en their breath.
We have had some new settlerrin
our neighborhood" ftis springs Mr
McCall, a brother of O. MeCll, tas
settled here, and there is prospects far
others to come, soonL
We enjoyed thelea-ure of hearing
a splendid discourse by Rev. Elliott,
at the school hoase. The Lord's cau-e
is prospering ia this neighborhood.
There has several joined the M. E.
Church during the recent meetings
fceld-here. G. W. ff.
Krai Jsfafe Jgfnr2.
AH fc k T1 -t:t ikt ttr th
ttr &i-r? "torxil os !. L- Tbscst. ai tbr
Ca'itr o&ce. fcetr Ura "ill tx d
ts tun; !o: reply.
We have at present the following
de-cribed tracts oflan'I for falc :
-huated on Eim CV. Z) acre- nodcr i
cultivstion. plenty of tiuitn-r anj water
Gved wci, 2i frtl dc-p ; hou, U
b!e, etc. Jand ncar'i all kvel. brinr
nrtril 8cond Wioui, C'Ium; to chol
hoae Price. I.."V $J down, bal
aiic in pavnjeut:? to .-uit porcusjicr.
ofdeedeil lind, itua:d un Eku Creek,
Plenty of tun her. tartly under cultiva
tion. Convenient to eshools and
churches. Term, I5W cash.
of deeded land. .! miles from Red
Cloud, 45r acres under cultivation, corral-,
etc. Good well 26 feet kp.
Tenuri, $l,rj., $:J) cash dowu, afcii
acce in year. A bargain.
of land on Elm Creek on the Hasting
and Red fTIuud freiht road. 2o acre
j under cultivation-, god f.ame bou-e
J JoVJo with ha-4'ment i43.). good well.
-iaii' r oui lor ru ie.im-, uunuins it
rJS fr tt. accomrn)jailon 0f freiKht
er.H. Corn crib- arri cornb. Tbli
uronertv ha- lomr Leen known a-
. ' r r -f
Hummel V ranehe. Ihere i. some tim
ler on the place. Will relifiqut-h for
ilif). or will give deed f r 00 Half
down, balance in one yeir, or will
trade for team and .-took.
of deeded lend Two mile-- from Red
Cloud. Timber and running water.
10 acres broken, iim-tly good era
land. Piice, $450. half Jon, babn e'
in a yr ar
Our pcroi! property, con-i-ting in
part of one span of bay mare-, birnes--and
wajon One s:in of mules, hai
ne and wacon. One young milch
cow. '1 en bend of hogs one seeder,
nearly new, plows barrow- and eulti
vator-, and aoout fhe hundred bushel
of corn, and other articles too numer
ous to mention. All of which will be
sld cheap for ca-h. Young -:ock and
two ponies wanted.
Geo. M. Simpson.
29 F. r. Baily.
U miles West of G aide Rock Neb.
160 acres of land, five miles south
west of Juniata, Neb., cheap tor cash
or on easy terms Enquire at Herald
office, Juniata, or at. ClIiKF office,
Red Cloud. 32tf
TO Tllr" FRONT!
Don't fail to examine the Bargains
in the following line of Goods just re
ceived at Wo'bachV. Table Linen and
Napkins Towehna, Crashes, Embroi
dery, Linen Handkerchiefs, Spring
Shawls in Stripes, Brown Duck, Che
viot Shirtings etc. We have special
bargains in all ihe above nsmed goods
Wolbach Bros , 1st door south of
Bank, Hastinir-, Neb
The La Clede is prepared to accom
modate all on as good style as any one
in Red Cloud.
SED CLOTO C uBSSlTT XA3ZZT SS?03t
CORRECTED WEEKLT II V S. GABUEE.
Wheat, per bushel I .80
Corn, " 25
Potatoes " " 25
Oats " " 20
Bailey " " 25
Ecgs per dozen 05
Butter per pouud 15
Lard " " 10
Onions per bushel 75
Dried apples 10 fts for 1 00
Salt Lake peaches 5j tbs for 1 00
A Sugar, 61 lbs for 1 00
C Sugar 7 lbs for 1 00
New Orleans sugr S lbs for 1 00
Best Rio Coffee 34 lbs for 1 00
Rice 9 lbs for 1 00
Prunes 9 tb3 for 1 00-
Rlackberries 6 lbs for I 00
Currants 8-tbs for 100
Teas from 40 cts. to $1.00 per lb.
Mu.-lins 10 to 12 per yard.
Ducks, from 17 to 25 cts. per yard.
Priuts 9 cents per-yard.
Unclaimed letters remaining ia-this-
oface March 1st. 1S77:
Mrs. Annie Cartan.
David R. Iiurins.
M. S. Parorg.
M.3. McNitt, P. 31.
Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb. "
Billiard Saloon !
W. C. BENSON,Proprietor,
Keeps constantly on band a fine
TERS, & FRESH
B E hi jx-
I have also a pood supply of tba
best CIGARS in the market
In tbe rame building, (on-stairs) is
the laree-t and nost onmmiou' kail
in the village which will be rented on
rea-onawe term-, to tne panne, kit
concerts, sociables, balls, or traTenag
W. C. Benson.
RE0 CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
H I SISESS DIRECTOR Y
Atlomcyt at Law.
J. S. Gil ham.
A 1 1 f y at Law,
AND NuTARY PUBLIC.
2$T Collection proaptlr attended to.
OaUe ir J. 2. TZlzsft. Ui 7.rzi Vt.
J. R. Willeox
ATTORN EV AT LAW,
and L Si ComrotJoner.
3&T CAllectioa Promptly Attesdcd to
OFFICE ONK DOOU
OU'I H OF BVUM'S ilORE
Ret Ctoui. K-
M. L. Thomas,
Will -n RI Eut aJ Teroal prtirty
93rii!Bee at Chief office.-
RED CLOUD - - - - NEBRASKA.
Act. B .M. K. K. Lod.
f v riT?T
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
AJT3 22AL SSTlTS AGTS.
Will practice in all the Couru a
this State and Northern Kansas.
Colection promptly attended to and
Rfl Cloud, XtLraika.
ATrORNEY ASDCOrNSi:LOR- j
- at h7 .lunitf Nebra-ka, N ill S
t.ractrce in aft the Courts of the Staff
Prompt attention civen to atl lufn-
etitru-ted to hi- care. DlSce on t!.
i. ist bide Juniata Avence. July 1 7
iDsicians mi p
All medical calls promptly attended
to at all hums.
CrOfficc in City Drug Store.
45-17 B;d Clsui. Ketruka.
W. S. RICIIABHSON, J. A. TULLETS
Richardson & Tulleys,
BSAL S3TATS & COL'CTIKS ASS2.TS
Will buy aid sMl Real En.te on Coreaii
'ioi, ami pay tnxe. for non-reident.
Special attt-ntion Kiveutc) collection. Cor
reponJence solicited. AM letters ofiaqni.
or oe business proaiptlj an? wereil.
GEO. KUDER - - - PROP.
Good Beds Good Meals, & Stabb
ing. 17 5m
W. W. Robinson. - - - Prop.
Good beds, good fare and charge
fMeafe at all bour.s-f
I. W. TUMLEYS,
HOIKEiPATHIC PH YSICI ' n
Office with Kaley Bros.
AH professional call? promptly at
Ssaidtsct eat mile aast of Bed Cirai.
A General Banking Business
BADE A SPECIALTY.
Drafts da Earope borjefct ad mU.
Ageats for wreral fteawfcia Hats.
ISBasiaeas eatrostod to will kare
preBf t a?reAt! atteatiow.
Dry Go90im N4f
ROOT and Mil OK
Hats? Caps, it.
Hiady Made Clothing !
We have tke Largest
Stock in the Vaiity and will
not be undersell
0U"E US A CALL. ONK i ALL
c.d ' Cloud. X-b
Job )crft wil5 rcu:cd
J mm 4 w
Ttf ONLY PAPER IN
WEBS IER CO
M. L. Thomas,
IF YOU WISH THE
1 Most Noisless
Yoa cannot afford to purchase with
out examining the
To try it is to be convinced that it i
the machine mot tu be desired.
If you have no Agent in your vicin
ity, write for Circular and terms, to
Victor Sewing Machine Co.,
331 Tsl Eaiirs Sirttt,
Red Cloud MiU's!
We are prepared f o do cos.
Flow Fee mm
tSf6, Satisfaction garaate ia
lualiry of. Soar sold, aad cutftox'
work, FareT? -koald be fiartiealir
to necnr taw baet of aeedwkawt.
Potter & Friabiel
i" xTMSK aMM.
BL A C K S M ITU
HAMPTON & RALSTON. Props.
Tin atvJertt4d barta; raivl I tlait bm
id cf Wrbrf -lr r r n frI la & ail
o bort aotxc aJ fof tW.
All Wtrk WarfaRtN
Mru e trrvjcr oar ibol U th
j rrfpcctfailj tolknt a ewJtloafr ( ike
ROOT AND SHOE SHOP !
PARKS BROS.. Propritors.
Tlt firm m o"w tr'hTwl to furnb ilw i-.We Mh BOOTS
i made of the lt tutlenal tid at fuurei o o tlat oo fcod g tar
Ail Kinds of tfepairimj Done
A harr of the public patrotiasr rrp-ctfultr MHi'iL .V
ork fully warranted.
' and be crcvir.cf d that it n te rour
PARKS BROTH EK
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Potter haijut received
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Re. Clou-. Nebraska.
J300TS and STICKS,
HATS. CAP8 & Furnishing Cod
CHEAPER T"5Z CHEAPEST ! I
Ctll and See Us Bcfere Yen Buy.
iSTA-t the HEW BUILDING,
9n FIRST STREfctT, opposite Commercial Hotel,
Not. 03 tf HASTINGS. N EBRASKA,
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CHEAP CASH STORE
Wbofenfe aad Retail Dealer ia
DRY GOODS. HATS, CAPS AMD
frerle, Fltir St YrorMmmn.
WOOD. WILLOW GLASS AND QUEENSWARE.
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North of Baalr,
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