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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
Cloud Ch i e p
published every tiiursdat at
BED CLOTO, 172ESASZA.
M L. THOMAS,
l:6lfr find Prrlrlr.
"Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty:' and $200 a year is the price of the lied Clintd Chief
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KED CLOUD. WEBSTER CO., NEBRASKA, IIIUKSDAV. MAY 17, 1S77.
NO !(). i r 4-
i2.CC jir year, IsTarlaWyia Advarce.
Subscribers wbo do not receive their pa
per regularly. HH confer a favor by notify
ing us of the fact at once.
rorrcspondenee solicit from all parts of
the County and Stcti. tn matter of ;ncral
SuWribere who nd a rel cri
marked on uie tinrcinj.J their
papt-rs.wiu KIioi irrsifM:rip
tion rxtiireji with the nffinbrr
following, mid thry arc requester ;o reruw
at onre. Thocwbo find a bIurcr.ron their
papers will ku6w that th-y arc in Rircnr.
anl a little inone would braccertabldline
A. S. Paddock. Heitrice. U. S. Senator.
Alrin Saunders. Omaha, U. S. senator.
Lorenio Croonsc. Representative.
ILASGA RISER. Govrnor. Lincoln.
Bruno Tisrhuck. See. of State.
J. B Weston. Lincoln. Atfflitor.
J.C. MclSride. .. Treasurer.
Geo. II. R.bcrU. Att'y cn.
J . U. McKcnric. Lincoln. Sup. Pub. Instruc.
Oao. 15. Like. Omaha, Chief Jjstice.
pan;iGantt.NebrnPkaCity.) Aociatc jug.
ham 1 Maxwell. IMitf mouth J
J. A. Tulleys.
K. II. Jonr..
I. W. Tulley.
II. r. Hill.
A. A. Pops,
C. C. Coon.
W E. Thorn,
G. W. Hall.
I.. II. Luce.
J. II. Hobart-
Services cycry firt anil third Sab
bath? of each month 11 1 Red Cloud
nd Inavalc. 7 J o'clock p. M. at
lied Cloud. 2 o'clock P. M. at In
avalc. Every f-econd and fourth
Sabbaths at Batin and Harmony
Precincts. He v. A. Maxwell,
BAPTTST CnUHCH. Rev.
.1. T. M11.NER. Service? second
Sabbath in eavh month at 1 1 A. M.
Sariiath SruooL every Sahhath
morning at 10 A.M. ('Ios- at 11.
V. W. Fl'MNOER. Slipt.
BAND OF HOPE meets every two
weekh on alternate Thursday even
iiiRi at 0:30 0 clock.
Arrival and Dpparlnrt of INsUla
from the Kfd Cloud 1.
Hastings Leaves Monday's
Wednesday's and Friday 7 a in.
Tuesday, Thursday and S.ituiday, 8
a. tu., Arrives every day .5:30 p. m.
Harvard Leaves Mondays and
Thursdays 7 a n:., arrives Wednes
days, and Saturdays G p. 111.
Pleasant Hill leave- Thursdays"
a. in. Arrive.- Wednesday's f p. 111.
Franklin, k0'"? cast, Monday's
ctid Thursday'-! 2 p. in. Goinp west
Tuesday's and Friday's U a. ui.
J K WELL Kan-ap, leaves Tucsdaj's,
T.mr day 5 :.d Saturdays S a.m.,
arrive M i!idu3s, Wednesdays and
Fridays p. m.
Rtssel, Kanas, Leaves Monday.-.
Wednesday-and Fridays 7 a.m..
arrives Tu-da;,, Thursdays and
Sundays, f p. 111.
Office open from 12 m until G p. in.
All registered matter iuust be in
by 7.3U p. m.
Money Order business cloed at
l.'M) p. 111. .No orders issued on Sun
M. K. flcNiTT, P. M.
Red Cloud & Jew
ell City Stage Line-
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican Valley line, running
straight to Hastings.
8,Thrce regular trip. will be made
each week, leaving Red Cloud the
same time the stage from Hastings
GOOD BIGS AND GOOD TIHS MADE ON
D. H. GODFREY.
KED CLOUD & SMITH CENTER
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican River Stage Line.
Three regular trips a week, arriving"
and departing from ied Cloud at the
same time the stage from the railroad
FARE VERY LOW.
nil. Jv 2. SU22CW,- Prep.-
S. Vi Liudow
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
The best of materials used, and all
Bone on sbnrt noticiand atreasoiiable
Shop in IcNirr's Store.
R4 Clud ftebrasKa
Attorncyi at Law.
J. S. Gilham.
A 1 1 y at Law,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
tdr Collections promptly attended to.
05c in J. 2. Wiilccz'c 2ei Cloud Set.
J. It. Willcox
ATTORNEY' AT LAW,
and U. S. Commissioner.
t& Collection Promptly Attended to
OFFICE ONE DOOK
MOUTH OF BAUM'S STORK
ft TTOKNEY AND COUNSELOIt
!fl at law. .Juniata Nebraska. Will
practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to atl business
entrusted to his care. Office on the
east side Juniata Avenue. July 1 7
H. S. EALS7,
Act. IJ..CM. It. R. Lanl.
C. W. SAL27,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
AND 2SAL ESTATE ASZNTS.
Will practice in all the Courts in
this State and Northern Kansas.
Colections promptly atteuded to and
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Ml. L. Thomas,
SEAL ESTATE AGS1TT.
Will sell Real Estate and Personal iroerty
Efc"Offiec at Chief office,-a
RED CLOUD - - - - NEBRASKA.
VT. N. RICHARDSON, J. A. TULLEYS
Richardson & TuIIeys,
2SAL ESTATE & COI'CTni-r AGESTS
Will buy and Fell Real 1M t on Cmm
ion. ami pay ta.ve for non-re'Mttnl.-.
Sporial attention civen to collection.. Cir
nvpornlcncc .vlicitoiI. A0 lttterf of inquiry,
or on businos promptly answered.
BED CLOUD, -
All medical calls promptly attended
to at aril hours.
IOtfice in City Drug Store.
45-17 ' Bed Cloud, Nebraska,
U. S. Pension Surgeon:
Office two doors south of the Court
SED CLOUD . - - NSB2ASEA.
n . n
Physician and Surgeon.
Particular attention given
TO DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
Office and 2esiSence five niles east cf J
LEedClcui. Near Sla Creek IGlls.
J. J. MILLER
CARPENTER and BUILDER.
Eel Clcvd, Neb.'
Is'prepared to mate estimates and
take contracts for all kinds of building.
RED CLOUD FURNITURE
J'A'S. CALVERT, Proprietor.
Deals extensively in all kinds of fur
niture, such as Bureaus; Bcatlstcacte,
Tables, Chairs,- Mirrois, and in'fact
everything tobe fttrad ina first-clsas
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Red Cloud, ...
Hayes' policy is like truth, it U
trangr tl an fiction.
Sam Tate, years ago wa a "bull
whacker" for Ru-sell. Majors & Wad
del, at $23 per month, is now the own
er of 8,000 head of cattle in the Re
publican valli-y.-BrownviHe AdwlUcr.
The decrcawj of our national debt
since the 1st of March, loG9. a Fpan
of eight yeare and one month, has
been $455,104,042, an average annual
rate of fifty-six millions, in round num
ber?. At this rate we shall be out of
dejit in 35 years and 10 months.
The Bloomington Guard claims,
and in our opinion, justly, too, that
the proprietors of the Red Cloud mills
should provide a run-way in their darn
po that the fish could pasi up ptream.
There is an abundance of fish in the
river below the dam, and we are in
formed, were prior to the construction
of the dam, plenty all the way up the
river. It certaiuly does not seem just
that our neighbors up the river should
be deprived of the luxury of fresh fish.
There have been no particular de
velopments in the European war dur
ing the past week. Save that En
gland has displayed her interest in the
contest, by a letter of Lord Derby ts
the British Minister. Eugland dis
sents from the positions taken in the
Czar's manifesto, and is preparing to
assume a hostle uise should it appear
The relation of Eugland to the war
results from her eastern trade. She
has now the control of the trade of
the Indies, and Persia by means of
the Suez canal. Russia's object ap
pears to be the overthrow of Turkey
in Asia as well as Turkey in Europe.
The latter power is anxious to find an
outlet for her grains aud to receive a
share of the eastern trade. By obtain
ing coutrol of the sorthern provinces
of Turkey in Asia, both shorus of the
Black Sea, Persia and Turkey will be
penetrated with railroads, and St. Pe
tersburg will rival London in the c ui
merco of Persian and Indiau commo
dities. England's interests are there
fore liable to be seriously affected.
The European press quite generally
construe Lord Derby's letter into a
threat of war. There is a very strong
peace party in England that will pre-
vent anything being done rashly. Se
cretary Evarts thinks that there is a
possibility that America's interests
mav be afflicted in confce.iu.iuee of En-i
j , -
The Poles arc scheming to take ad-
, vantage of the war and free them
selves from the yoke of Russia. Some
86,000 have departed into Turke. .
The MusM.'luieu in the southern part
of Russia have revolted, and will do
what they may to assist their brother
The Russian and Turkish armies
seem not to have come iuto collision as
yet. The Russians are constantly ad-
vancing, and ere long some important
engagement will take place. The sym
pathy of Europe at present is mainly
with Rusria, and we may anticipate
that the question of the Ottoman pow
er hi Christendom will so"n cease to
vex the policy of the Great Powers.
The Printer's Cosinaaanents.
Thou (esjiecially the ladies) shalt
love the priuter, for he loveth you
Thou shalt subscribe for his paper,
for it is au abomination in his sight to
see those spouged upon who do take
Ifthouarta business man, thou
shalt advertise, order that thou
mayest not only be able to pay for thy
paper, but that thou maycai put mon
ey in thy purse.
Thou shalt not visit him regardless
of his office rule in deranging his
Thou shalt not touch anything that
will give him trouble that he may
uot hold thee guilty.
Thou shalt not read the manuscript
in the compositor's hands, for he will
not hold thee blameless.
Thou shalt noc read the news before
it is printed, for he will give it to you
iu due time.
Thou shalt not write communica
tions on both sidefc of the paper, for
the editor neeJeth the other side to
write his editorials on.
Thou .shalt not at any time send
abusive letters to'the editor',' neither
- j shalt thou cowhide him morC than
I three times a year without first obtaiu-
ing his consent.
Thou -halt pay fr thy pap" in d-n-.
and thv advcrtism bill when
wvvv - -
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Scnetiirs iscu: SsTrpiptffs.
TW th Americans are a readme
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people is manifest by the statistics ot
the Newspaper Press of the countrj'i
as given in the Newspaper Directory!
for 1 S77, just issued by S. M. PETES -
GILL ii Co., the well-known Adverti -
ing Agents of New l ork, Boton and
Philadelphix There are reported in
it the names. charactcrJpoUtwal, ag
ricultural, religious, medical, eta and
names of publishers of no less than gnow, hajl, rin, ani cold weather they
795 dailies, 79 tri-weeklies, 125 semi j were repulsed with a heavy lo3 and
weeklies, G.G0G weeklies, 122 semi-: have made good their escape to 'sooie
raonthlies, 771 monthlies, 16 hi month-j where," with now and then a weak,
lies and 60 quarterlies, published in , lean looking straggler from the mam
the United States aud the British J arm', who looks as though he had re
American Provinces. The Director alized the sudden ad vauce of bread
shows the Lumber of each of these ! stuff and had chosen a le-s expensive
edition" which are published in each diet. However there has been little
State, Territory or Province.
The bonk contains 376 page?, and
embraces an immense amount of valu
able information, showing great labor
and care in its collection and prepara
tion. It gives all necessary fact for
an adverti.-er to know about S 574 sep
arate publications, while it is also in
teresting and valuable for the general
reader, the student of American peri
odical literature, and the observer of
American institutions. The book is
sold at the low price of $ 1 00 per copy.
An eloping wife needs a careful
watcher, because she h a detached
lever. N. Y Herald. Yes, and it's
better for her to be haud maid than
full ieweled. Graphic. Yes, ofcour-e
in hunting cases. N. Y. Herald Or
where it's a common cscapeuiext.-.Ex.
It is better to let her run if she is a
stem-winder. Neb. City News. Pat
ent "pull-hack" springs would settle
it. Reporter. Perhaps she would use
tho.ee "springs" to wait him (Wal
tham. Ham. Co. Nac. She is 'run
ning down,' fast, and should be
"wou d up,' before an 'alarm' is made.
Fricndvillt Advocate Thoc kind
of watches never run down, although
they are sometimes wound np."
Sutton Time. If she has an "open
face" she can run on "t!ek" without
needing the assistance of a "second
hand." Crete Post. What if the hair
tpring should get out of order ?
No. districts in county 61. No. of
children over five and under twenty
oue year's of age 1,291). Increase over
last year 245 No. of school districts
uo reporting, 2. No. of children at
tending school the past year, 837.
No. qualified teachers employed
during the past year 50, No. of days
ut'ht 337tJ- Highest wages paid
males, $40, females. $30. Lowest
wages paid males $15, feui.iles$12.
Average wages paid males $28 74, fe
No. district having six months
school or over, 8. No. of districts
using State list of books 32. No. of
days teachers were boarded by districts
Gm). Value of school houses in county
$15 255.00. Value of school hou?e
sites $352 75. Value of the district
property $1S2 00.
Total indebtedness of all school dis
tricts, as reported by directors $5,289-
41. Cah on hand April 3d, 1876,
$;,i l.SG. Cash on hand in all districts
April 2d, 1S77, $366.10.
No of certificates issued since Jan'y
1st., 1S77, 2nd grades, 4 ; 3rd grades
16. No. rejected 4.
No. of districts eutitled to appor
tionment for school year ending Apr.l
2d, 1S77, 33. For car euding April
2d, 1873, 45.
Lowest number of scholars reported
by any district 4. Highest No. re
ported by any district 102.
No. of brick school houses 1. No.-
of stone 4, No. of frame 15, No. of
log, sod, and dugout, 27. No. of first
grade certificates iu force in county 1.
Total receipts for year $3,94S.12.
expenditures " " 3,094 96.
Arthur A. Pope,
rrca ilajle ffroTe Fara, Webster ZMztj
May 14th, 1S77.
Ed Chief : As 1 see nothing ia
the Chief from Sute Creek, unless I
write it, I will try and give you a short
epistle. although' topics of any great
importance are very scarce and time is
precious. Bur, however, I will try
and write a few facts concerning farm
ing, industry and enterprise, as id a
great many places there, is a lack of
enterprise with the Nebraska farmer.
And 1 would'sav that wherever there
is a success io faming- in Nebraska,
there you wiil find industry and enter
prise. From nry experience of thir
teen years farming aud close observa
tions in Nebraska,' 1 find to make a
;nwij s man mnt fWll nlnw ear lv and
pioW deep, and what 1 mean by deep
plowinais from 5
six to eight inches
deep, Now i-oare ell farmer maj ;
fay that is all foolLLnci? to plo drep i
-. ,t... I.., T tail! .iir fV-.ir i? nti
-. lUi', um J " - --
i'.aslxuce. Ducp flowing wtff rum
the moisture loneer than the shallow
and less liable to wah by heavy rain?.
on hilly land, which I bate loan'J to
be tLe case witti me, csjecu Ior!
There has been a Iare amoun
1 im grain sowed in this section, and
' l Qever saw a more flattering prospect
for an abundant crop than at proeut.
The hoppers came out in full force and J
aadc charts on the crop of mall j
" jjrain and garden vegetables; bat with
or no damage done to the crops so far.
h ia boi.ed they will go to-"tae place
where there's no winter."
The four main topiea of the day
have became about exhausted at pres
ent; namelv, the presidential, Black
Hills, grass hoppers, and railroad. As
for the presidential, I am glad to hear
that so many endorse his policy, and
for the B.ack Hilb there is but little
said, aud about all have left that lu
tended to go. The g. hoppers have
became a thing of trie past, but rail
road, don't let it drop just yet, as we
are in need of a raihoud by all meaus,
on this topic lately, let us hear from
.. , K. m r. Hn ki .fiB llltlo t. .. a 1 I
the citizens of Webster county, gener
ally. I hope that some competent
writer will agitate the question of
manufacturing in this prt of the
country, as there is uo part of Nebras
ka that commands a better resource
thau Webster county, especially the
Republican river. There could be a
manufacturing establishment every
two or three miles on the river, (as
there is a sufficient fall,) Which would
bring immeuse wealth iuto Webster
couuty, such as oil mills, rope facto
ries, woolen fsutories. chcCSC dairies,
flouring mills, aud a great many other
establishments that has to bo run by
machinery. All this would have a
tendency to bring wealth and capital
to this county. More anon.
D. A FT.
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ASK the recov
fv",l V l.iXVkNiX Uilious fufferonp.
!li!jLlIAm victim of Fever
and A cue the mer
curial dieaifee pa-
rjry Hum uot iuc rc
r i I. .. i . I.
cheerful spirits A
KVid appetite they
will tell you hr
The Cheapest, ?are:t asd 3e:t xarulj
L'ediciae in the World I
For Dyspepsia, (outipation. Jaundice.
Billion attacki". siick Headache Cjdic. De
pression of Spirit. Soar rnomach. Heart
burn, i'c. .tc.
This unrivaled Southern Remedy w war
ranted not to contain a micle particle of
Mercury, or any icjurioas mineral ubttance
containinc thofe Southern Root? and Herb,
which an nllwiae Proviuen c hai placed in
countries where Liver Diseases most prer.il.
It will cureall Die.ie cAUed by Dc-anj:e-mentofthe
Th 5ynyUin of Liver CoSiplalat are &
bitter or bad tate in the mouth : Pain in the
Hack. Side. or Ji-iat. often mi.iken for
Rhcumati'ur: Sour Stt'mach : Loss ot Ai
petite: Bowel alternately costive aud lax:
Headache: Los ol memory, with a pinful
cnation of having fails 1 to do wrarthinc
hich ought to bare been done: dobi!ity ow
npiritr. a thick yellow appearance of the ?kin
and eyes a dry CJUfrh oft n laiitii'eu for
Aviiietime msrsy of these ryinptom attend
the ducae, at others very few; but the Liv
er, the Iarzet orsn in the body, if Kenerally
the seat of the dLeMc. ajd if not Kcenla ed
in time, great suffering, wrctchednea and
Death will eaue. ,
1 can recommend as an eScacio'n remedy
for dLeae of the Liver. Heartburn and L!
1'Cpiia, SiMnosa' livcr eecl'latob.
Lewis G. W under,
1625 Master Street.
AiUnt Po?t Master. Philadelphia
"We & ve tested iu virtues, persoaally. anl
know that for Dyrpet-ia. IiiIiounes. and j
Throbbin lieadacae it is the bcttmcdicine
other remedies before Simmon' Liver Res-
ulawr.bat none of Uiem jrare as more thn
.1.--. ...!. I ,. ..- V fnitd tfiffr I
temijrarT renei: oui me neifuiaioraoioaiy j
rciictcu, uu cu.cu we. m. ....,'.. mmu
Jdcesenger. Aiaron. ta.
Manufactured only by
MACOX, GA., and PHILADELPHIA.
It contains four medical element, never
nnited in the ume happy proportion in any
n! r7i ntfe CathJcTi
, an unexceptionable Alter-
n Correeuve ofall imnuriUW
other preparation, vix: a Lentle
atire and certain Corrective of all usporitiea
of the body, sach signal success has attn
ded iu use, that it is now regarded as iht
For all disease of the Liver. Stctc3a aad !
As s itemed j la
MALARIOUS FEVERs?; BOWEL COM
PLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, MENTAL DE-
PRESSIO.V, RESTLESSNESS, JAl-NDICE
..-.., ..uu. .,. ,
constipation ana biliousness
As there are a nsmber of iaitatios
to the tiublic we would cautioc the o
city to boy j3powdeCTorrcprc" Simmons
wrapper, with the trade ra stamp aisdj
. . LMM .
J. S SSilTn X CO.,
. n - pv.;t-,rfl'hi-'
Regulator, has saved tae maaj Doetcr billsrj
Iu--eitfarerer7thiar it ts rtcomaendsd.1
and never knew it io la.l. I hare used it m .
Colic aad Grubbs, with myasaltr and horsej
cirirs; tsea Ktvuf half a bottl a a use. I
nave notlostpne that I e it to. ywi o
ha the beikieliaa kaowE'fJf aU cissr
plaint that h?ise 5sal fceir to.
Asrarfur Graaser of Georsia.
C. Cameron. !
Has the larcct tol of Good
of I.incolB u haiKl, ant
My stock conaL't or
Fancy, Maple cloth
a .-pecialty ? al.-o a well aortod Mwl
i of Notions of all kind? choap. I have
' al'O a large stock of Cloihtui: vory low
n price, splendid value.
suiirrs.y dra we its
of all kinds. My stock of
and Glassware are all complete, and
will be sold very cheap for ca;b.
Call and examine my stock of
j BOOTS, SHOES. HatS, CapS,
and all kinds of Furnishing Goods will
be sold at very low prices.
Call and get prices and be convinced
that this is the place to trade.
The adrerti-f r harinc Lr ?n prrmatirntly
curcxl ot that dread diea.. Cnn.uinptiun. by
u. 'nnplf rcinrjv. i anzioup to make known
to bi felloir tufttrcn tho mrnii' of cure. To
all who dciro it, be will rnd ac-pyuftha
! direction for rrparine and u.'tnc br aiti
preJcription ucU, "frre of t harce. with the
... ...-. ...
vrtncu they win find urcur!or ionuini-
tion. AHthma. llrnnchi'i. Xt. Prtl
ins the prescription will jileare addreu,
i. v. a U'rl.nos
32-6 Vji Pean St.. Wi!liamburb. X. f .
I will mail Free) the recipe for prrparlntf
a rtmplc Vecetable Halm that will remote
Tan. Freckle. Pimplep and Ulotchen. !
ine the nkiu oft. clear and beautiful ; aUo
instruction for pHlarTic a luxuriant
rrowth of hair on a bald hed or a rmiKith
l.u-c. Addrws Hen. Vandclf X Co.. Uox Mil
Xo.5 Woofter St.. X. Y. Ji
WX5 AWAEDD TUB
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At the Cer.tmi-1 rtvrb:ti. 11. t has
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A COMPACT, FTzrPT.r. TttXKVZ.
Ijcht itaasmqLSB-t UTXICT-LOCK
STITCH ii CiilZ. .1PTKT to ttc
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talent ?J -.ip;l &HLK I. O JfKJM
'.l tn I.ma4i ipri ir hum ui-fca
i05I5F- is SI2ITLJ: lr. COXalEVCTTfiX.
conunil'-s V'crUn5 fzri ""i iCijtl
K.I DQISG a. tr l-'rr miy ol Work tia& hcx
Vwr Tlrnxr. Tir2-1iil! ire Tli
Tbe EAUNtf PAJn im HARDENED,
I with the rpnf.al tI p OT0i"5,?."
naaBCJUccrjaiiai cj arra vj-'sustwii
, uisssi.ESSjaAiu.r, siapieaavii.Au.i
vrru. for Cairu or slae THREAD. CUT-
TOS, SUX or USEN, SWI380 froa Ck
I iyhtt Xusiins to tmrr .' aa
crcry itACUlSi. l fslly
TVarraClSd lOr FlTC 1C&T&
T.rVE AGE?TS Trastoi ia JocaUIe wlsere
vosre st rrpr&atL
Zend fnr prices ! KtwpiC of wert don
- a- liOiil. or call tar of ocxc-c.
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JUlRMdiiflt WLIIllll Willi
20 TJawr'f-Jsstre, fsTssk.
64Tii!ajrfafctt, tHi,JLuZ .
Uli hecsad Xe-, IUlfesji fif T.
141 Eute Strrt, Clucaw. TIL
1 " Sis 5:a Ftrs, St. Lwis. JtV
offered ,, the 1MTBINSIC MERHS of t&e
oamu-iHriMP SEsVI'IC K1ACMIHE tlutt
iiatilo such canruenet
17 Saw &:ejxj tu, Saa xrasciaac, CaL
lL IDillisuiis (Bo.-
(rr tKa ktft 1 a DRl't. 111018 f MILV MRU
f r 1 N KS. Y I NTS. ) I U- O L .S PITTY . SV'WO )U tH Hi K .
STVTION KV. xod u fct cvarrtUcut W W W-i m $i4A-d
dral litetAf in DRY tmii
TIONS, Ud.- frnlcr wr.. HOuTS.
UWKS 4 f UKS a pky.
Quick Sale 4
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jQjf-Wc wj!' w4i T iu ff4wl plnlr til S.nV W tU ?9k &
I Lao aul exaclMK- tMtr jt0i. and Mkv,
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, HATS
CAPS. Tinware. Queensware'.
Highet Cnli lrice liill for iirtxiu.
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON
HAMPTON & RALSTON. Propsi
The undersigned having trip red to their new
id of Wl-tr Stnt im now prjred to do all
ou fhort notice and god Myl.
AH Work Warranted to Give Satisfaction.
2rWc tender our thank to the public for pat patronage ttiI
respectfully solicit a continuance of the Mtuo.
J. G. I'otter has just received
Pvcr brought to the A' alloy.
4xlopTf6flc 5c Hr-O'a&f,-CHEAP
Wholesale and Retail DctJcm in
DRY GOODS. HATS, CAPS AND
Groeerie, Flour & Iro viHi)ti;
WOOP, WILLOW, GIVBS JiSD QTT.KNSWAR
WE W ILL NO T BE UNDER SOL 1). CA L L A ND SEE US
North of Rktc,
17 3a n.wnn. Nthkai-ka.
MM CHEIiL 4k WOR II A BT Vtrmpm,
We keep na haad at aB usaea a iargCaad aBc3pie:etck of Suv,
Tin, aad Uardware.
Keep a Supply tfTmTmlwxlmplemcmtns
jGhe as a call, a we (eel re we caa ak yvnf ! at fxrasr
alow as aay othsr rr ra the L"1s
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Bsajeaiber the xaee, I door trtls cf tie PriHtias" e3ci
' Red Cloud, Hew-
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Give hici a call arm extttur fnwd
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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