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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
luUzA, im, !
I JKUJfHKD EVERY THURSDAY AT
ESS CLOUD, KS53ASEA.
UjrJ imJm$ at 9t?Mte t'
BORIN & SPRINGER,
"Eternal Vigilance, is the price of Liberty." and2.Qti a year is the price of the Red Cloud Chirf
AUuiaUaei uh1 WmU t
KED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO., NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. DEC. 6, 1S77.
NO- iy. i" " f i ir
Sul?ril'iF ulio do not receive tlisir jft
j ew rcruUrly. will conlcr a favor by notify
jns ue of the fact fct once.
rorrf'jtorid..r.cc Folicitod from &.11 iiart" of
'he CoHBty anl State, oa matter of Kaeral
In no exsc arc ice n sponsible for the
vines or opinion of our correspondents.
Wc do not pvbl'oJi anonymous htters
and communications. Ahcays give
Local notices, to insurr insertion,
mart U landed in as early as Wed
lifsday morn in y.
A F rHldck. Beatrice. U.S. Senator.
i m r-AUiKkr!-. Omaha, U.S. Senator.
1 rjnk Wo!rh KepresentaUve.
MLASUAUBER, Governor. Lincoln.
Iiruito'Iieehucl:. Sec. of State.
, . li VfUiD. Lincoln. Audiior.
. .'. Mclirtde. .. Treasurer.
.. ..!. K-jeru. Att'y tien.
R. Tbumpwu. Lincoln. Sut. I'ub.Instruc.
Gi. R. Like. Omaha, Chief J igtice.
s..m I Maxwell. I'latt'tnouthJ
. . Taller?.
H ". Kill.
i . C. 0n.
W. K. Thorn,
,. W. 1UM.
I H. I.uc-.
j. H. Hob.iri. 1
Rt-v. J. T. SI ilnfh. will ir-ach on the 2nd
.ii.ilmlli of each muntli at 11 A M-
lie . Cmi 0 Ykiski: the firt Fabbath at 1!
M and the -nd Sabbath eeuiiiK
Rev. Pi:irr-the -Jib Sabbath at 11
A. .M.. an 1 the :'.rd Sabbath evening.
Rev. C. Rsn.:.y. jir-:irhc. the l?t Fnbbnth in
ir.e inuiith at RiHV Si-houl liou-e; at Id 1 -2
A M. anil at Rt-1 Hum! at 7 1. .M. i!nI Sab
i .Jb at JIuiniiH-IV ht lit 1-2 A. M ucd at Pen
in reek at:t P. M. :,rd Sabbath at R-d
. .lid u 11 A.M. mid at Cbni.in'- at 3 P. M.
4 ii SabliMtli at ti'a de Rock, at 11 A. M. and
at illmj'ruk at?. P. -1.
snbbth School i-viry Fabbath morning
U x. . CIiFe. t 11.
C. W. SrMNfiF.i:. Funt.
IiAMioi Hii-K iin-ot-evtM alternate Thura
i. evnii,K at ." v. m.
Viihn! uiul Etopiirfiirc of Mulls
from flic Kt'tl Cloud l O.
JIa-tim;- leaves Moiidny-. W.-due.-'dayj'. and
1'rHay at T a. xu. 'JueJaj-. ThurMluii
and .--h'iiH- at "-a in Arrive every
: Ml ' . ;i. ill
T itxjHii le(if Mo:iJii;.? an 1 Tlijr.-daj." at
. n. in., arrnw Wcdn-Mi:i ana Satu.lrf'r
a- ' . in.
J ..nli.i.v. Kjiig ea.st. Monday.- and 'Jhurs
ijr' at i: j. in. Going tht Tutsdnjd aud
ridays ii S' a in.
1 k ni.i. liansaF. leaves Tuthdays. Thurfdajf
.iiid FHijniay- at a in., arrive? Muudayb.
AVedneJ-dajs ami l'nda atO ji. in.
Ka-sr.i.. Kttn-as l-rves Mondays. Wednc?-dayf-and
l"ri lay? at 7 a in. arrnci Tues
day. Tburiayd and &uinayi at t.j. in.
'face oi-en fiouilJ in. uuld 1 i- :u. Sunfaya.
All rt-Ki-tereif matter muFt be in 1-yT 30 j m
.' ney Orr bii-iiie- c'o"5 at 7 1-2 i. m.
N )!' Te lU-ci oil MlIl'f'Hy.
M. P-. M'Nttt. P. M.
.-()(' I KT!hS."
I.O. d. F.
.,53 Itr.b Ci"un Ldkoe. No fillOOF
S?T'; .iiieel cury atundv nirfit in
rfy' the Ja.-.nic Hall. JfemberK of
d3 other L'nesareooniiallv invited
" alien-. A. .1. .Ujcan F.s N. (.
.J. I. 1 vrn "y.
A F- k A M .
(jiARiTy Lu;r.n No. f3 Reii Clourf.
ft rv fulj moon
.'' It.' 4: .4 llAilJ K V.AllUf.a Vl VT UD'
I. R. Hampto.v "V. M.
r W. KAtr.y Sec'y
K. II. Iufkingh:wu, District Attor
'ley in his ditric', died at Omaha last
week, of heart disease.
The Ked Kibhun men havo cap
ture d Seward, and the .aloon men are
giving up thir business.
Tu Town, it is thought that the cap
".! punishment luw will be re-cnactcd
Strikes are becoming common in the
Black Hills, aud the minora and mili
tary are opposed in open defiance.
Prof. Wilber delivered a series of
lectures in Lincoln last week on the
EiiUjpct: "Across the Continent."
" Senator Saunders has been appoint
ed in Senator Morton's place on ,he
Committee on Railroads, in the Sen
ate. Samuel Bowles, editor of the
Springheld (Mass.) Republican, is
uffigerously sick and is not expected
W. P. Kellogg and "Hamburg"
Butler were sworn in as U. S. Sena
tors Deoember 1st, at 2 a. m. 'We
'lip the following, showing how they
were received :
Senator Butler was in his seat on
the outer row of the Democratic side,
adjoining that of Yoorhees, when the
Senate met, and was congratulated
by many friends.
Senator Ivellogg arrived soon after
the Senate was called to order, and
found on his desk an immense bou
quet, surrounded with the letters
"W. P. K." in violets.
We have received a lengthy com
munication from a gentleman for
vhoni we have great respect, concern
ing the mob on the south side of the
river, with request to publish. It is
too lengthy for our columns aid on
the whole, as the parties accomplished
nothing, we think it best not to pub
lish their doings. Law has had its
v work, and whether right or wrong we
will not attempt to decide, but we
think it far better to leave it, than to
gfiir up the matter by midnight raids
jer newspaper arti cles.
RED CLOUD to DENVER
A Scientific School, and
.. .tup the Pacific coat an J the Columbia
:. AzrieT, Wilier, TaLer Kl1,,. ,..,,,., ,.,,,, n
Thssscr. lais the Leai
stadBS. to tatta w&te fc,
:he Zfttt VTiil A::s:paz7 tre
2eprc:sntaU7es cf tie Press Frcn
Parte of the Csurtrr.
To Celebrate the 4th of J2I7 at
Cicmd ard Start Inraeiiatsl.
It haB been decided by Prof-. Aughey,
-r 1 1 i - t i .t 'raow was two itches deep, and the
tific school at this place during the. . . t '
D , ,, ;. t
,, .,, 1 , , ... 'through. Now for the weather here;
J ho compauv will be supiihed with .. , , , ..
. . -1" i 1 ,t r 1 : November 12th, mostly hunshinc ;
tent provided by the General Gov-i , .... , , : . , '
, . ... , j , '13th and 14th, cloudv, ram in the af-
ernment and they will be prepared lor , ', , ,
, .. . , . , ,, ternoon : loth, clear and pleasant,
accommodating students aud others! . ' ' , .. , , , ,.
, , ,, I ram at night ; 10th, light cloudy dim
who may deiire to accompany the ex- 1 -n ' r i-
,. r. , ... - .1 1
Several univer.citie? in the
east have eiguified their intention to
ftend at least one student each, to make
collections at the expense of. the uni
versity. Prof. Thompson, our State .
superintendent and otiier noted men
of the .state will go with the expedition.
The Agricultural Editor of the N.
r. Tribune aud other member. of the
prefcs will also be here. The party
will rendezvous at Ited Cloud aud
spend the Fourth at thin place. Their
object is to make collections of nat
ural curiosities, make au extended sur
vey of our resources, and otherwise
aid in developing our industrial in
terests. Citizen of Webster
- 1 . - . . - -.. ,,
will you do to asbist this expcuition 1
iti. eminently worthy our attention
audited Cloud and vicimtv should lend
ement worthy of the enter-1
Reserve your eunohiucs look
c paint beds, emery sand j
lor more paint beds, emery sand
bank., fo..sils, Ac, &c, and let us see
to it that the celebration on the Fourth
is a success, for it will be attended by
men from every section of the nation.
For further information in regard to
the expedition inquire of Hon. II. S.
Kaley, of this place, or at this office.
Since writing the above wc have re
ceived the following from Prof. Bailey,
of Liucoln, which states more fully the
object of the enterprise:
The Nebraska Summer School of
This school has been organized un
der the auspices of the state officers
and a larrre
number of the leading
men of the state, as a moving camp
for the purpose of studying the nat
ural history and resources of the val
ley of the Republican river, in Nc
biaska. Regular coupes of instruc
tion will be given in Botany, Entomol
ogy, Palasoutolocy, Economical Geol
5i"t Dynamical Geology, Analytical
Chemistry aud Mineralogy. The fol
lowing teachers have been engaged,
and the services of others will be se
cured : Prof. S. Aughey, Ph. D. of
tho University of Nebraska ; Prof. C.
D. Wilber, A. M., M. E., the first
superintendent of Illinois' scientific
survey; Prof. G. E. Bailey, A. M.,
of the University of Nebraska ; Law
rence Bruner, of West Point, Neb.
Hon. J. W. Small, of Fairfield, will
act as general manager and superin
tendent The district to be traversed
lies within the Cretaceous and Ter
tiary formations; it contains some
fine exposures of the Loess, and af
fords a good field for scientific investi
gation. The school starts from Red
Cloud, Neb., about thc 5th of July,
and continues in session eight weeks.
A small tuition fee will be charged in
addition to thc actual expenses of the
trip. Circulars giving details will be
issued in January and forwarded to all
making application. Address
G. E. Bailey, Sec'y,
Official Canvas of the State.
For Supreme Judge, Geo. B. Lake
received 29,569 votes, John D. Howe,
15,639; scattering, 191. Regents of
the University, C. A. Holmes, 29.69S;
Nelson R- Persinger, 25,937 ; J. H.
Grim, 6,915; II. G. Case, 6,330;
Don't growl any more about hard
times. Omaha expends $1,200 in one
night for the luxury of a two hours
operatio concert And not a dollar
of the proceeds for a charitable pur
pose. What a commentary on Amer
ican extravagance Suppose some de-'
serving family without any fault of
their own were thrown on the verge
of starvation. How much of that
$1,200 that was voluntarily thrown
into thc operatic pool could you col
lect for them? And how many dol
lars were paid for consequential ex
travagances by people who want to
ape the display of tbe Rothschilds ?
How much for kid gloves, perfumery,
diamond (brick) hair dust and poison
ous enamels for the face? Truly we
shall want more greenbacks before the
wants of this generation can be satis-
1 lied. Bee.
Os r.f.0, Oreron,
November f; I'rAT. J
LDIT0R5 Chikf: Alter a wear.
-oine trin across the mountains, and
... . . . . .4 vr,
I TIV IUV tUU LUiC ii. ak,LUAUVJf aW. 4 I
i October 30th and landed at Portland
-ormAer ' We h;id . vcry
' ideasant trip, considering all things ;
I much better than we expected. Our
y'fare on the emigration train was
$90 ; being two through tickets, the
' other expenses beinjr about $30. I
will say but little about the country,
a I have not had time to look around
much yet. We left Kearney at 10
o'clock A. m , and soon met (cams
.covered with snow, by 5 v. m. the
on tlu mountains the whole way
Miusuiur. 1 wjii must; iui wis umi;
Yours, with icspect,
The Alaskans are trying to get up a
rebellion against the United States au
thority. They hay they were not
bought by the government and will
Prospeatiag fsr Csal.
We are informed that a party are
prospecting for coal somewhere south
of Franklin, in this county, and that
the prospects of success are good.
It seems that the work is in pro
gress since the loth of Jaue last, and
that the cause which led to the exper
iment originated with a practical miner
from Newcastle, Pa., who came West
countv what'10 iUav ,a3L ,n Advance 01 many otn-
ers in ms neignooruoou, wuo are yei
woiting thc suh of tbe expcriinent.
The prospecting party consists of Wm.
H. Ivowlands the miner above named,
M. O. Sullivan, an old settler of this
connty, and well known as an old cor-
re)0ndeut of liie vaUeVf and jacob'
Haver of Webster Co unty. Their I
mode of operations is a drift which
thev have thus far run in a due east
1 course under a hill .-oine two hundred
j feet, running on a level with the wa
ter in the creek. The bight of the
, hill from thc level on which thev are
working is 175 feet. The superstratum
is a grey limestone formation with a
substratum of the magncia forma
tion which we have around Itivcrton,
very similar in appearance to the coal
bearing stratum of other States, and
only to be met with iu this portion of
Nebraska. In fact it is of the same
formation as the Fort Scott iu Kansas.
Should those men succeed in finding
coal, Franklin County will have reason
to congratulate itself, because with the
notorietv it has alreadv gained in its
aC cultural production this matter
01 nuuing caai wm auu mucn to us
wealth and population.
A very fine specmen of fire clay has
been found by the prospectors which
will some day result in brick vard and
nnlrnn- olr. n -,. irnnA n n-.lifl' lV I
metal polish, commonly called rotteu
fctone. rire clay m tne bed ot coal,
finrl snan sfnno th rnnf : both of
following up to the solid formation
through the slip in which they are
at work. They hope to le through
by New Years. Franklin Co. Re
porter. The Lincoln Journal says that ic
tor Vifquain, of Crete, is organizing
an excursion from Omaha to Paris
and return, to take in the great expo
sition. The extlmated cost of the
round trip and a month's visit at the
exposition is estimated at $600 for a
man and wife, or $350 singly. The
cheapness of tbe trip will doubtless
cause a stampede from Nebtaska, es
pecially among the quill-drivinn fra
ternity, and we have doubts about
there being enough editors at home to
make the state canvass lively. Be
Red Cloud & Jew
ell City Stage Line.
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican Valley line, running
straight to Hastings.
-Three regular trips will be made
each week, leaving Red Cloud thc
same time the stage from Hastings
GOOD EIGS AND GOOD T1YE HADE OK
FARE REAS ON ABLE.
30-ly D. H. GODFREY
Sa V. Iiudow
Is now prepared to do all kinds ofwor
The best of materials used, and al
Done on short notice and at reasonable
Shop in McNitt's Store.
Re4 Ctou. NeferiitKa
,' I SIS ESS DIRECTORY
Attorney, at Law.
t ""i yi ii .
O O" vTllJlclIJ-L.
a TrnKNKV AND COINSKI
f. I OR AT LAW
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RED CLOUD, -
J. II. Willcox
ATTOllNKl' AT LAW, p
and U. S. Commissioner.
tSr Collection Promptly Attendedlo
OFFICE ONE DOOR
MOUTH OF BACM'S STOKt
f TTORNEV AND COl'NSELOIi
(fi at law. .1 uniata Nebraska, ill
practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to all business
entrusted to his care. Office on the
east side Juniata Avenue. July 1 7
E. S. ZAL2T,
Act. lt.rfM.lt. P.. Land.
C. 77. SA1SY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
AUD SSAL ESTATE A&ZXTS.
Will practice in all the Courts in
this State aud Northern Kansas.
Collections promptly attended to and
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
VT. N. RICHARDSON, J. A. TfLLEYS
Richardson & Tulleys,
SEAL ESTATE Si COL'CTIKS AGENTS
Will buy and sell Real EsUt on Oiniais-
EjoH, and ay taxes for non-reeident.
Special attention Riven tocollectiotif. Cor
respondence solicited. All letters of inquiry,
or on business promptly answered.
RED CLOUD, - -
J.E.Smith. U. "VY. Takkkb. S. C. Smith.
1'reFident. Vice-Presideiit, Cashier.
(Successor to SMITii BROS.)
Ho.v. A? P nnocK. l"S Sen.
H. W Pakkkr
.'ame.s Lllis. cw iork.
4"4j ami. C. Smith
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
Office two doors south of the Court
BED CLOUD - - - li'SBSASEA.
Physician and Surgeon.
t Particular attention given
TO DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
0:e and Besi&esco five miles east of
BedCloni Near Elm Creek Kills.
RED CLOUD FURNITURE
JAS. CALVERT, Proprietor.
Deals extensively in all kinds of fu
niture, sucb as Bureaus, Beadstead
tables, Chairs, Mirrors, and in fa c
everything to be found in a first-cls a
(jlVElildl A CALL. I
Red Cloud, ... .Neb
Particular attention given to shop
work, and coffins made to order.
16-Painting a Specjalty.-it
Shop west of Richardson's building.
S5SCL0TO, - - - SS2.
R..C. JONES PROPRIETOR.
Stage leaves Hastings for Red
Cloud. Smith Center, Burr Oak and
points south, on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, at 8 o'clock A M re
turning on alternate days. Passengers
carried at reasonable rates. Offices,
smith's Book Store, Hastings aad
4 Valley House Red Cloud, 5-15-ly.
A book containing a list of town.- in
the U S. haviug 5 HK pop . an 1 the
new-papers having largest circulation
All the Helisfious, Agricultural. Seien-
tific, and other eprctal ctas journals
lables of rates, shewing cost oradver-ti-iug
and everything which an
advertiser wiuld like to know.
Mailedon receipt often cent.. Address
6EQRGE P. RowELL L CO., 10 Spraee
St. N. Y. (opposite 'Tribune" build
AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK.
Doyou want to purify the system?
Do'ym want to get rid of biliousness?
Do you want something to strengthen
Do you want a good appetite?
Do j'ou want to get rid of nervousness?
Do you want good digestion?
Do you wan, to sleep well?
Do you want to build up your consti
tution? Do you
want a brisk and vigorous
If you do,
J - H. Zeilin & Go.
Sole proprietors Simons' Liver Reg
I wnrrantwd not
to contain smsle
I'article of Mercu
ry or any injurious
but is PUHELY
and herb.', which
an all-wise prori
deachas placed in
I cpnntrie where Liver Disoafe mogt prevail. J
AtatitaintoF ma l.ivta xnr Boatils. Rm-
ULATR THt LITER ASD
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMONS Liter Reffulat r
Is eminently a Family Medicine :
and by being kept ready for immedi
ate resort will save many an hour of
suffering add many a dollar in time
and doctors' bills.
After over Forty Years' trial it ta
still receiving the most unqualified tes
timonials to its virtues from person?
of the highest character and responsi
bility. Lmiaent physicians commend
it as the most
For constipation, headache, pain in
the shoulders, diziness, sour stomach,
Bad taste in tbe mouth, Bilious at
tacks Palpitation of the heart, Pain in
the region of the kidneys, Desponden
cy, Gloom and foreboding of evil all
which are the offsping of a diseased
COLIC IN CHILDREN
For children complaining of colic,
headache, or sick stomach, ateaspoon
ful or more will give relict phildren
as will as adults eat sometimes too
much supper or eat something which
does not digest well producing tour
stomach, heartburn, or restlessness: a
good dose of Liver Regulator will give
relief. This applies to persons of all
ages. It is the cheapest purest and
best FamilA Medicine in the world!
IT MAS ftO EQUAL-
Thousands lead miserable lives,
suffering from dyspepsia a disordered
stomach and liver, producing bilious
ness, heartburn, costivcness, weakness
r regular appetite, low spirits, raising
ood after eating, and offten ending in
atal attacks of fever. They know
hey are sick yet get little sympathy,
the unfailing remedy to prevent these
taffiictions and restore health is Simons
MANUFACTURED ONLY CT
J. H. ZEILIN & CO
PHILADELPHIA. r ice, $1,00. Sold by all drocrisU.
30 Mixed Cards, with name, 10 eta
Samples for 3-cL stamp. J. MiNKiR
Co. Nassau, N. Y.
50 Fancv cajds, ten stylbs, with your
name in' gilt, 15o. Try n. BCHELL
Baos., Maiden, N, Y.
s Trk kL.
f .ajLngrfe S
M:P HHiWflplSFi 5ll
DILLON & COLE.
Are now prepared to buy
and othr yrain. and pay the highwt
aftjh pric for tbe oame.
They aho have a full htock of genral
BOOTS SHOES, &G
which they are offering at prices that
are bound to suit their customers.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
east side of Juuiata Avenue,
JUNIATA - - - NEBRASKA
Of I I by may
easily turned in thtta timM
can be taie in three tnontbi
V I I I by aoyutie of eithtr lex. in any
part of th country who U wiUin to work
steadily at thc employment that we farninh.
(66 twweck in your own town. You can fir
your whole lime to tho work, or only jour
pare moment. We have agent who arcma
kinc over S-iJ per day. AU who encage at
onco can make money fau At the j'trsent
time money cannot be made o easily ad rap
idly at any other burineu. It coi nothinc
to try the business. Terms and outfit free.
Addroae at once, II, Hallett k Co..
&-I y Portland. Maine.
If you can.t cet cold you caa
crl creenbacki. V need a
person in every town to take ulaeripU
for the larirest. cheapest and beUlilontrated
family publication in tbe world. Any one
Kit workaof art ciTenfree to zabcribcr.
e price is to low that alaaort ereryboiy
Rubscribes. Onea.ent reporu makine orer
$150 in a week. A lady agent renoru tak
ins over 400 ubcribers in ten days. All
who engage make money fasr. You can de
vote all your tixe to the busiaeea. or only
your spare time. You need not b away
from home over night. You cfin do it as
others. Full pariculrrs directions and terms
free. Elecant and expensive Outfit free. If
you want profitable work send your address
at onee. It costs nnthin to try the busiueei.
No one who engage fails to make great pay.
Address "The i'eoplo's Journal." Portland.
A vegetable prparation, in
vented in the 17th century by Dr.
William Grace, Sureon in King
James' army. Through its agency he
cured thousands of the most serious
sores and wounds, and was regarded
by all who knew him a public benefac
tor. 25c. a box' by mail 30c For sale
by druggist" generallv.
Address Scth Fowle & Sons, Boston
For reading clubs, for Amateur
theatricals, temperance plays, drawing
room plays, lairy plays, fctniopian
plays, guide books, speakers panto,
mines, Tableaux lights, magnesium
lifhts, colored 6re, burnt cork, Theat
rical face preparations, Jarly's wax
works, wigs, beards, and moustaches
at reducce prices. Costomers, scenery
charades. New catalouge sent free
containine full description and prices
SAM'L FRENCH k SON, 122 Nan
sau St, New York.
25 gilt-edged cards, no two alike,
with name 10 eta. post paid. Fel
lows k co.. North Chatham, N. Y.
ic beyond comparison the best remedy
for the cure of consumption even in
its most advanced (stages) Aathaa,
bronchits, Catarrh, and all derange
ments of the Nervous system. A cir
cular containing particulars of many
cases successfully treated, full ad vie
for the treatment of the diseases above
mentioned and certif cates of actual
cures, will be sent free by mail u all
applicants. Address OSCAR C. MO
SES, Sole Propretor, 18 CoTtkad
Street, New York.
$1,000 worth po a $87-50.
Tbe cheapest and best way to reach
reader outaide of the large dues if by
mng oae or more of ow six hate of
over 1000 newspapers, divided tocor
er diffitreat sectioas of the cotjatry
Weekly Clretafaul ver IWJWQ
Advertisements received oroM or
more lists. For catalogues coataraiaf
namea of papers, aad other inforsaa
Uoa aad for estjaaalaa. addraai
1823. SEND FOR 1878.
j7tinpafwrl5 a Tatr. jart JT
ttf 37 PaK lOW, WKW AO
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.'arrie the krel and ttaKwauvl J DRY LUHRKRwf
kiod. for Builims, Rrxljcc, aai r,t,snl psrp., & t Mr Tiri
Oar tcw of DOORS, WINDOW. nLLNOi HUI.L1HNC V
"Kli Ac, la KDequalcd
Owmnif our own timber Uad,
rectal rate on freight, fixe u 1
any yard is Kansas or Nebraska.
A3XXTS ros -2:2 zjuL'txz.zzl:
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON
HAMPTON & RALSTON. Props.
The underaipned having k.(Jtc 1 ; tlu.r ikvt ,hop on tbat
aide of W ebster .Street, are n .w j r--, , 1 t . ! . a.i w.-Lm thc.r i.r
on short notice and pood .-t it
All Work Warrantedlto Give'.Satisfaction.
IsSWe tender our thanks to lU j ubh. f.,r pan ;,at.,,Baro ttl
respectfully solicit a continuauce of thf arne
HAMFIONA-KALnTON', , :
1 Clond, -v.b
J. G. Potter haijust received
Ever broaght to tho Valley,
CHEAP CASH STORE
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
DRY GOODS. HATS, CAPS AND
Crrocerieft, Flour A JLroviKioiiM9
WOOD. WILLOW, GLASS AND QUEENSWAItK.
WEWILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. CALL AND SEE L'S '
We kaep oa band at all times a
Tia, aad Hardware.
Keep a Supply of Farming Implement..
ive as a call, as we feel
as low a any other fins in the west.'SM
bar the place, 1 door north
w ad pbiaiv; J. twztatW
cUm j tmmdkkr u.p3 ;
Git wa a ea3
tb Gnott aortuiant of
ivc him a call and riantm gctt4
-T. G. Potter,
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
large and complete stock of Steves
sure we can uit you, and at zure
of the Pristine oSce.
Red Cloud, Neb.
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