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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
if. L. THOMAS, - - - Kmtok
THURSDAY April 5h, 1877
Sates cf Subceriptien.
One copy 1 year $2.00
One copy 6 months 1.00
One copy 3 .................. ..0
(JorrrspouUence solicited from all part o
he County an-1 .State, on matters of snera
A. S. Padd-ek. Beatrice. U. S. natar.
W. Hitchcock, Omaha. U.S. Senator.
frenzo Crounse. ReiiresentatiYe.
5ILASOARBKR. Oomraor. Lincoln.
Kruno Tsschtick. Sec. of State.
J. B Weton. Linsola, Auditor.
J.C. McUride. Treasurer,
(loo. H. Huberts. Att'y (en.
.1. M. McKenzie. Lincoln. Sap. Pab.Imtruc.
Geo. It. Like. Omaha. ChiefJisticc.
D tn'HtanU. Nebraska City. I jt .
Ba-iTJ Maxwell. PIUinoath A"oc,ale Ju'-
J. A. Ttillcys,
E. II. Jnnc.
I. W. Tiilleyf.
A. A. Pope,
C C. Coon.
W K. Thorn.
(J. W. Rail.
Is. II. Luf.
J. II. HobarU
Bob. Ingcirol hnB been recently
purring tip the denizens of the east'
crn cities with his humorous, patriotic
and well-timed speeches.
Over I.'j.OOO applications for office
1 avc been received by the Pottna!ter
General during bin brief incumbancy,
and filed away for future reference.
A shootinc affray recently occurred
in Topeka, Kansas, in which J . C.
Swazy, editor of the Blade, was killed
and John W. Willson, editor of the
CnmmntnccnUh van tlit;htly wounded.
The shooting was the result of an old
Tt is stated that the President has
determined to withdraw the ttonps
from South Corolina and allow the
denizens of that warlike State to ad
just their own difficulties, in which
which case. (Jen Hampton, the dem
ocratic choice for governor will be sus
tained If you know of any penon i uppo.scd
to be on the down grade, give him a
kick. It is J-o encouraging 1 If you
can do it in a sly, sneaking sort of way
you will deserve admiration for your
hiiih moral courage and charitable
John D. Lee, of Mountain Meadow
notoriety, was shot, recently, on the
very spot where the massacre occurred,
iicarly twenty years ago. He left be
hind, a written account of the awful
deed, in which he claims to have hcen
the tool of others, and implicating
Brigha'u Young and other high dig
nitaries of the Mnrman Church.
A wealthy citizen of Omaha by the
naaie of Edwards brought suit against.
a young girl, by uaae May Thompsou
charging her with attempting to take
his life bv putting strychnine in his
food. The exawiaation showed that
she was a deuie-tic in his household ;
that he drugged and seduced her, and
himself put the poisoa iu the fond.
The girl was discharged". She will now
bring suit for heavy damages against
The dam of the Staffordvifle reser
voir in Connecticut gave way on March
27th, cansing fearful damage to life
and property in the valley. The rail
road freight house and alt th ears
wer wa-hed away. The Staffordville
National Bank and Congregational
church, and fifteen other buildings
were swept away. The flood is said to
have come upon the village very sud
d'-nly The loss of property in Staf
fordville alone, is said to exceed two
millions of dollars.
Postmaster General Kfj says tbat
in the appointment of postmasters in
th outh he will apnoint a republican
if he can find one satisfactory to a
large majority of the people. The
postmaster general will never find such
a republican inany southern democrat
ic community. U is impossible for
the southern mind to recognize any
thing good in a political enemy ; and
iu the ordinary southern town the peo
ple would sooner have a confederate
thief for postmaster thaa a union gen
tleman. What to write about to a local pa
per : The kind of crops being cultiva
ted in your vicinity, their condition,
aud whether in greater or less quanti
ty than usual ; whether much or little
grain or produce is on hand. Anything
about your school, church, Sunday
school or grange ; names of officers,
ministers, etc Marriages, births and
deaths Revivals, number of conver
sions; festivals or entertainments,
what for and amount of proceeds.
New arrivals and departures; improve
ments what kind and by when. Ac
cidents primes, and fires. Call atten
tion to any enterprise or improvement
wanted by the community, any pablie
evil, or any curious circumstance. And
then, leave it to the editor's discretion
tooondease, omr or modify anything
that you have written, and don't feel
that he has not treated jtou with kind!
consideration if he should do so. The
object of smllLpapers must necessarily
he to get tba greatest amount of infor
mation in the least possible space.
Short words, short statements, short
paragraphs. Brevity is the soul of wit, J
yet it matter not fcpw long an article
w provided it is sufficiently, important
The fame of Nebraska h becowaiojt
greater every year, and many eyes are
turned hither. Parties of eicursioti
ista are already arriving and looking
around and rotne are invetinj in va
rious enterpri-es and this i we!lt we
tru-t. fur all who come among us The
truth id Nebraska U now and i Mwn
to become one of the grandest atate
between the Miasou-i hiver and the
Rocky Mountains, and yoa might as
well attempt to dam up the riv r Ni'e
with bull ruahe- a.i to slop iujtnigrarion
to this fair and happy Lod. Lincoln
There is more truth than poetry in
the following, from the Hep. City
'If we publish jokes; people say wc
are rattle-headed. If we omit jokes,
they pay we are an old fat-i'. If we
publish original matter, they blame us
for not giving selections. If we pub
lifib selections, folks say we are lazy
for not writing nomething they have
not read ia some other paper. If we
give complimentary notices, we are
ceneured for being partial. If we do
not give complimentary notices, folks
will say we are jealous. If we do not
cater to the wishes of the ladies, thj
paper is not fit to tie op a parcel or
make into a butle. If we remain in
our office and attend to our bubinens,
folks say we are too proud to mingle
with our fellow. Ifwegoout, they
hay we never attend to our business.
If wu wear poor clothes they say busi-tie.-n
is bad. If we wear goo J clothes,
they ray we never paid lor them.'
A TOvJSH STOBY.
The Cheyenne Ledger tell the fol
lowing story, of which our readers may
believe as much as they like :
"Two men were traveling in Kansas
last summer, and when about fifteen
miles from Liudsey, on the Solomon
river, the grasshoppers appeared over
them in such swarms a to make it a
dark as twilight. Suddenly they be
gan to settle down in swarms right
where the two men were riding along
on horseback. The jerky birds came
down in countless millions, and all
traces of vegetation disappeared as if
by magic. They covered the ground
several inches deep, and suddenly
seemed determined to settle on the
men and horses. One of them, a man
named Dan Kavanagh, was thrown to
the ground by the frantic plunging of
his horse, and the grasshoppers, ap
parently attracted by a green calico
shirt which he wore, swarmed upon
him, and in less time than it takes to
tell it, had eaten every shred of cloth
ing from him, and, horrible to relate,
began devouring him alive ! His com
panion, a young German named Fred
Keiser, had a blacksnake-whip, with
which he triwd to whip them off and
tried to save poor Dan. The horse
reared, full ani rolled over with him,
but he regained bis scat, and it was
not until Kavanagh had been skinned
alive, and all the muscles and flesh
had been eaten from, his breast, aud
ribs that Keiser nave up and galloped
away. About seven miles from the
scene he found a ranchy and was cared
lor. He was s bitten tbat his hands,
arms and head swelled to twice their
natural size, and he lay in the greatest
agony and delirum for a week. When
he recovered his horse was dead, and
the ranchman went with him to the
s.-cne of the disaster. They found
nothing but the skeleton of his com
panion, the bones picked clean and al
most buried in the nia3 of grasshop
per which still covered the ground to
the depth of a foot His horse's skel
eton lay near him, the voracious in
sects having eaten flesh, hide and hair.
As the ranchmen own nearly a whole
township rn that vicinity, which they
are about to sell to an English colony,
they swore Keiser to secrecy in regard
to the affair, gave him a horse aud an
entire new outfit, and let him go on
his way rejoicing."
Proceedings of the Conn'.y Commissioners.
April 3rd, 1877.
Board met in- regular session. Full
Board present Minutes of last two
aieetincs read and approved.
Report of W. J. Vance, Overseer
of the Poor, Inavale precinct, present
ed and approved.
The following account? audited and
State Journal Co. books, blanks $35 3v
B. G. Bill, Sheriffs fees $124 95
J. A. Tttlleyd fees in criminal
Petit Jurors 203 30
Special Jurors 46 00
Grand Jurors 10S 90
M. L. Thomas, printing 37 90
J. A. Tulleys, salary i0U 00
A. J. Weston, medical attendance
on pauper $70 00 41 42
The following official bonds approv
ed: L. N. Edsonr Supervisor R. D, No. 2:
Geo. P. Cather, J. P. Harmony Pre
Petition of J. B. Stanser and others
for fhe location of a road across sw fc.
Sec 21, 1, 10, presetted and laid over
till next meeting.
Petition of W.N. Richardson and
others for the appointment ofa com
missioner to locate a road running
south from Republican, River bridge
was aranted and J. L. Miller appoint
ed. Valuation of Ed. Parks for 1876-on
w4 uwl, Sec. 2, and ei nei. Sec 3, 1,
II, reduced to $4 00 per acre.
Ordered that all the School Bond
tax be stricken from the tax list of
Adjourned tiil Monday, April lGth.
1877, at 10 o'clock a. m.
J. A. TiiLLErs, L. H. LrjcE,
It is an old saying that one has to
go away fro home to learn the new-,
and thi is verified in one instance at
It ait. which was accidentally brought
to our notice. It apiera tbat two
frisky damsel, living not a great way
from Lincoln, took it into their bead
few week ago to have a spree, and
to carry out this prai eworthy deter
mination, started for immoral St. Jo
seph with no less and consequential a
per.-onagc than a dashing St Louis
drummer, one of that ilk tbat wear
striped breeches, side-board collate,
dyes his mustache, and looks charming
at the ladica, a la heart-a masher. Be
fore going, however, the girls got ;xz
ttrJumU'viM to come down with a sutfi
cieut amount of cub to take them
comfortably on a trip to Chicago,
where they were going ostensibly to
visit relatives. But here is what a St
Joseph paper says in r gard to the
"A sen.-ation was caused yesterday
by the arrival of two elegantly drcsseJ
ladies, strangers to the large majority
of the citizens, who, to judge from
their actions, were evidently out for a
firstclas spree. They registered at a
leading hotel, and during their stay
were recognized by a friend of their
father, who resides iu Nebraska. Ve.i
terday they left St. Jo, and no infor
mation ul their whereabouts has been
received, but it is to be hoped that
they have ere this repented of their
folly aud returned to their homes. In
appearance they are two as haudsomc
youug lirls as one will see for many u
day, and are dressed in the latest fash
ions aud mutt elegant style. Lincoln,
Wade Hampton aud his Lieutenant,
M. C. Butler, of Hamburg fame, mad:
himself conspicuous for his folly in de
livering buncouibe speeches at every
town as he progressed fiom Columbia
to Washington. He said he demaud
d no recognition from the President,
but that he was g)ing thereto demand
our rights, nothing less, aud so help
me God, to take nothing less." This
kind of bravado will let Wade down
with ease, if the President and cabinet
bappcu to find after careful examina
tion that he has no rights. The peo
ple are tired of big talk, aud admire a
little more modesty on the part of
these heroes in buckram. Ex.
Hayes certainly possesses a power of
conciliation rarely possessed b a man
of his evident firmness aud self confi
dence, but which, when combined
with the other qualities of statesman
ship, is an element of great strength.
He has undertaken the most difficult
task tbat can devolve upon an execu
tive after a battle and close election,
that of reconciling the defeated pirty,
and bringing them to agree with him
upon important measures, that the
opposition would inevitably defeat. It
was generally believed throughout the
country, that he could not succeed,
but the republicans praised him for at
least making the attempt But as his
policy developed, mid it is seen how
uniformly he impresses his political
opponents who uuet him face to face,
to talk over these measures with his
good fxitn and ability, it looks very
much as though he has not undertaken
a job too heavy fur him.
Stillwater, Neb. March 26, '77.
Ed. Cm BE. As our part of the
country has not been beard from for
some time, we vesture to give some
items. The farmers of this viciuity
are busy putting out their crops. They
do not think it best to make any cal
culations on grasshoppers. There has
been quite a number of new comers of
late that are going to settle in Still
water. Among them are Mr. Andrew
Dice and son, from Plaiufield, Ills.,
who are well pleased with Ike country.
Mr. John Livingstone aud Mr. Brig
am from Jones county, Iowa, the for
mer geutleman is au old pioneer, and
says that Nebraska is far ahead of any
new eountry he has seen yet.
IMi. B. is doing a driving business
in the way of selling agricultural im
plements. There has been quite a
numbei of new buildings put up lately.
F. Bonn and John Smith aie erecting
nice frame houses. Chas. Teal has put
up a large addition to his dwelling, of
the native material. Chas. is one of
our most enterprising farmers that is
bound to make his mark. Wuj. Wil
kinson is getting quite a large field
ready for wheat, which he is going to
sow as soon as the weather will permit.
We mark a trip down o Bearer
Creek not long since and were much
surprised to see those splendid farms
J. Potter's and S- Croxtotsy aad a
number of others that belongs to the
Germans, (would give their names if
we were good in spelling.) that will
compare favorably with any that we
t have seen in Nebraska.
We have ao fears of grasshoppers,
as- a coaple of oar inventive citizens
are getting up-a aachine to net the
whole hopper tribe, sutpiate the
hostle Sioux, and cause it to raiu reg
ular every Sundav.
Mr. Bunnell is doing a big business
ig the. hedge line. Farmers are roll
ing in their orders at a rapid rate, and
we expect in a few years to 6ee good
fences all through western Nebraska.
A. I Burton, our model school
teacher, has returned to his h-.e or
Willow Creek for the purpose frig
ing ap a cage for some oae's bird.
There was a youug lady made her ap
pearaawe at Jaaies Ralph's, net loag
siace, which phrased the whole Swtily,
aud Sim says-it weighed five pounds
We wtil close for this tisae. will
mentioa more of our worthies when
wc write again. Yours, A. W
ASK tae wmt
rt lrffU'. '
rLrtiaii of Kavtr
an 4 Aa llienavr-
rarta! diaearee ij
lirat bow thrr r-eoera-l
berfal tririu Jk
ill leu JOB bjr
Tht Chtartst, Fsrtrt ani Sen Fanilj
For tyipciia. CoLtipatitn. JaaoJic.
iiilloa attack. Sick iica'Jach. 0"he. lfr
preMiun of Spirit!, roar -totaach. Heart
bjrn. Jkc ic.
Tbi anrirJd Southern lletnir i war
ranto! not to contain a tingle particle of
Mercury, or any injuriom mineral vtabalancc
b0,U PURELY VEGETABLE.
eontaininc thoc Southern Root and Herb,
which an aliwi Trwi-zen e ha placed ia
countries where Liver Ui-ae mt prvr.il.
It will cure all Djcar? cau cl by Ue-aaje-tnent
ofthe l.irer nd bowel.
The Symptom of Lirer Complaint ara a
bitter or bad taj'e in the mouth : I'aiu in the
Hack. Side or J tint, often tnUtakca fur
Hheuaiatim; Sour iloiuach: Lom ot Ap
petite: Dowel, alternately cotive and lax:
Htadacbe: Lom ot mriuory. with a painful
seniatiou of havinx failc t to du muetbttic
hich ot'icht to bare been done; dobility ow
iritf. a thick ellow appearance of tbetkin
and eyec. a dry euh oft n wWtakea fur
Vtneuines many of thee symptom attend
the dieac. at other very few ; but the Liv
er, the larset organ in the body. i generally
the et nf ihedi-ei. a difnt keula rd
in time, great uSermg. wrrlchedaeti and
Death will enue.
1 can rccouiiaeud a an eficacitia remedy
for iti.cae of the Liver. Hearbarnaadt)y
ptp.'ia. amMiiaa liveb acoi'LAToa.
Lewis G. W under,
1625 Matter Street.
Assistant Tot Matter. Philadelphia.
"We have tested iu virtue. peroally. and
know that fur Dypep ia, Dilioaxiea, and
Throbbing Headache, it if the bet medicine
the world ever taw. We havo tried forty
other remedies before HimmoL' Liver Keg
ulator. but none of them gave ui more than
temporary relief: bat the Uegulator notoulr
relteved. bu cured u.' to. Telegraph aad
Meatcnger. Ma-on. (.t.
J. H. ZXJK CO..
MACON, CA., Slid 1'HU.ADKU'IIIA
It contain! four medical element, never
united in the same happy proportion in any
other preparation, vii: a gentle t'atnmrtic. a
wonderful tonic, an uueiceptiouabie Alt-r
ative und certainjfo. recti ve otall impuritie
of the body. Wereh signal tuccess ha atten
ded it ue. that it is bow regarded as the
For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and
Ai a ICemedy in
MALARIOUS FEVKRS, IIOWKL COM
PLAINTS, DVSI'EPSIA, MKNTAI. Df.
PUKSSION, UK.STLK.SSNESS, JAUNDICE,
NAUSEA, SICK HEADACHE, COI.1C,
CONSTIPATION and BILIOUSNESS
As there are a number of imitation offered
to the puolic. we would cjiiiiou the commu
nity to buv no powders or prepared Simmons'
Liver Kegulator. unless iu our engrated
wrapper, with the tr.ide mark. sUmpaud
signature unbroken, None other isgeuuiue.
Macon. (,. and Philadelphia.
Your valuable medicine Simmons' Liver
Kegulator. has saved me many Doctor's bills
1 ue it tor everything it i recommended,
and never knew it to fail, I have used it in
Colic and Uruhb. with iu mule and hordes
givii g them about hall a buttle .tt a time, I
have not lost one tbat I gave it to, yuu can
re ommeud it to every one that has s ock as
being the bet melicine known for all com
plaints that horse flesh is heir to.
fc 1'. TAVI.UK.
18-ly Agent for Grangers of Georgia.
The advertiser having been permanently
cured o that dread discis. Conumption. by
n simple rcmed. in anxious to muke known
to his fellow sufferers the means of cure. To
all who dc.'irc it. he will send ac py ofthe
prescription used, tfree of churge), with the
directions lor preparing and using the same,
which they will find a sure euro lor Consump
tion. Asthma. Bronchitis. Ao. Patties-wishing
the prescription will please uddrws,
Ker K. A. WILSON.
:!2-t 1'JI Penn St.. Wtlliamsborgh. N. Y.
Error of Youth.
AOKNTLKMX who suffered for years
from Nervous Debility, Premature De
cay, nod all the effect of youthful indiscre
tion will, for the sake of u tenng bum.-inity,
send tree to all who need it. the recipe ind
direction for miking the simple remedy by
which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to
profit by the advertiser's experience can do
so by aadrcssing in perfect confidence.
JjHNBOUDIiX.UCedarSt., N Y.
I will mail (Free) the recipe for preparing
a simple Vegetable Balm that will remove
Tan. c'reckles. Pimples and Hloiches, leav
ing the skin soft, clear and beautiful ; also
instructions for producing a luxuriant
growth of hair on a bald head or a mooth
face. Address Ben. Vandelf A Co.. Box 5121
No. 5 Wooster St.. N. Y. 32
f riulittg f ki.
Iol(orh leallg f tttutfd
THE ONLY PAPER IN
91. L, Thomas,
sma snnm s
Red Cloud & Jew
ell City Stage Line-
' Connecting at Bed Cloud with the
IlcpubJican Valley hoc, running
straight to Halting.
SuThrre regular lrip wiUbemauC
each week, Iravitijc llrd Cfoud the
an:e time the stage from il&un?
3C0SS!3SA:rD SCCS 73(2 SODX CX
FA RK RE' A S OS A B LK.
30 ly D. II. UODFRKV.
Wines & Liquors
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco
OF ALL KINDS,
CON FEC HON KRIS,
Fresh Lager Beer.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
C. R. Potter,
People at large can find constantly
on hand Lumber. Litli, SImiikIcs.
Sadb, Doors and Blinds.
Building Paper and Mould
ings. Pine and Hard wood
w If7i'i( Kill be takfn in exchange
Qul&Stl i and Smill Profits.
-i i i
K Hi bsa
3 r-ij a 5
lo(vd Hrht Honr Cnfr
nm at cntnnll.
SILENT OCWIMO MACHINE.
U tae mSy tfemimg Xacaiwe ta te warM with
automatic Tension, aai
Automatic Stitch InUcmfr; ia
Always Raatfy far Warfc, a I
faW Paatal Catd f er mastmai Friee List, Ac.
Willcax & Gibb. S. M. Co. ,
Cer. oad Sf-) BTtasshray, Saw Tarfc
WSKBl cfr BKtiM.
O. Ca i ne roil.
Flat the !arct tnck of Oood rl
of Lincoln on hanJ, and more being
My stock con?bt of
FtuicMr , Mtuple clot ha
a specialty ; also a well a or ted stock
of Notioas of all kind' cheap. I hare
al?o a large stock of Oofhiug ?cry low
n price, splendid f aluc.
SHIRTS!? DRA WERS
of all kitidi. My stock of
and Gla--warc are all complete, ami
will be sold very cheap for ca.h.
Call and examine my stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, Hats, Caps.
and all kinds of furnishing Goods
be sold at very low price?.
Call and get price and he convinced
that this ia the place to trade.
N C. Clark of Guide Hock, has fur
sale the best Vcll-hiii apparatus
ever ned, coti-iMinx of drilN, auuer.
etc. Two men with one of thee drill
can drill from 40 to f0 feet in one day.
through the rock of thit country.
These drill an warranted to he the
New York Artesian Drills. 40. if
KED CLOUD SMITH CKNTKR
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican Hiver Stage Line.
Three regular trip a week, arriving
and departing from Hcd Cloud at the
Mmc time the stage from the railroad
FARE VERY LOf.
J. S. BU3B0W, Prop.
was att.dC in
At tha Centennial rThihition. If., and ha
aiwaj a csmr t c 3 His l.ir hoi honor
a COMPACT. nixvT.r. icmir.x.K.
Idjfht Bunsma'tml EFFICIENT LOCK
LkTlTCH" M CIIIVE. AUAflKU to the
WAXTSJ of KVJltYs50DY. Th MO MP
SEVINC MACHIfJE waprrfrctaTelh'
rears since br the I1 of the bt irvrntivr
lalMt and Nfrhan leal BVUI. ItoiiiBi;r
illTSe KaaeatlM 1'arra fa FJE ? fla-?
MAOHIITE. is Sf 3IP1.E In CONS1 EUCTIO:..
tiUffiMlOR l Strerg-.h awl Eeauty,
contain 1cj Vor kind Part aad UCrulSt
of DOING a .rif rBy-V V.rlr than Her
Jwincj Macriine. ItwHI ItUX ftTiKZ
iriibootoiSTiso ONE CFNT'nrK rarua.
iu the Xsusaractara cfthi M.tniM: tte
Very Bt ?.Tnter:nli are USED.
The WEAIU.NG FAKIS rc HARDNEP.
aadUieMedMRlsun has lr.i ooiraucnu
TUB Ike tpeeial of rroducinfl an
?urr Batmlur, rVJllit.i an4 alsscst
I -iOtSKVKS-i MACHINE, adr pted qc.u r
I iTblx, for Cearae or flae Til KKAI. QT-
TOX.SHIor LINEN, SEWING frcn the
I M.ifhtrmt MmliMM to JUmwrr C1 h arvj
xu use ltrrmTtSic miwis or the
MONN 1P.CWC MACHINE thavt
ererr JIAClllNe la ftUly
iTarranfcd for Fire Years.
LIVE AGENTS vasta-1 ia locaUica where
tro ire at reprcacst&t.
5n4 fnr rriee. ssd aamptea of work doar
c tat llOil, or call aXasy of ear csacea.
JOHHSOS, CUIK ft GO.,
30 Uaiaa Saw, few Tark.
541akajt Street, Itatas, Maaa.
llll l9uml Am, PItlilfcfi, fa.
141 tuta ftreat, Caicaja. DL
l 8xa 5tk Etraat, Sc Iaab, Mm.
17 Saw XaK..3cr7 ., Zu. Tttxim, C&L
IT. V Till
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CtrfH-e th Urtst ui la fiKU(5. CnOICK FAMILY Mr U
icinks. iwi.vTi. oiia (n.A.. pirrrv. cuuui. book
STATIONARY, aftj to fact citrjthitu o i faI St .
We dral larr lr in DRY UOOfK, S 1 1 WVIA Oj0VB ,
TIONS. Ud.' IVJer arr, ROOTS. allOrSs. aoi !IAKD K
U I VKS and KU IIS a .p-tahy.
"Quick Salen 4 cmall Profits !'
IS? OIK MOTTO
sjrWc will rll T tj rvl hritwr than anr koq' n f l t
Call and examine our ftxl and prtcc, aa! b cwatitvcrd mi '
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DRY COODSr NOTIONS. HATS .
CAPS. Tinware Queenswaro
illKUvnt CmmIi lrlcr Paid for .ritiii.
We keep coti-tanlly on Imnd a fare aortmct.i f
DRY GOODS, HATS. CAPS, (JI OVI
MITTKNS, HOOTS SIIOKS, &('.
Also AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c, &c
Call and ce a. Wc ull very lo m tm-h, and I'ty t,A fr
S. V. Iiud3jv
Ifiiow prepared to do all kind, of wor6
The hest of material ued, and a.i
Dane On l"rt noticr and at rcasonalfe
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Real Clonal XrhrnKt.
Billiard Saloon I
W. t IJKNSON, Propnetor,
Krr cofutootly am ttwni a fr
WIN B. LIQUORS.
TEUS,&FKKSFI B E E 11.
Tn the mujc buildinr. (arvtafnf) U
the laryeit and root criu:nrtJiou hall
m the village which will be rcntd on
TtwtHrirbk tenn-f w the pul.lie, for
concert.?, aocii,Ies, ball, or (ravelin,'
W. C. Benson.
BE J CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
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WADE A SPECIALTY.
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AsmU for aevcral atesuaki !.
iBaaiMM eatrsxed to will hare
prompt aid eanfa atteatW.
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