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THE RED CLODD CHIEF.
L&ori, A SI U .! 1ms
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT
BSD CLOUD, NEBEASEA.
RORIN & SPRINGER,
r.Uitors mid Iroprlilor.
"Eternal Vizilnnrr is the price of Liberty'' nrf$2.00 a year is the price if the Red L'luwl Chief.
Afi traa..-st nJittiKaaU re -I
KEI) CLOUD, WEBSTER CO., NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. DKC. 13, 1S77
SubcsrihcTf who do not receive their jft
pvrf mrulm-Iy. will conter a fvor by notify
ing us of the fa"t kt oijco.
"orr 'I'Ori'lcnco o!i iiwl froa all part. of
thp County and htatc. on matter of Ktncral
Jn no atrr arc ice responsible for the
vines or opinions of our correspondents.
We iio not publish anonymous letters
and communications. Always fjivt
Local notices, to insure insertion,
must be handed in as early as Wed
A. S. Paddock. Uea'rice. U. S. Senator.
A Ivin SaunderF. Ouiaha, U. H. Senator.
Frank Welch ReiTCPcntativu.
SILAS GAltBEH. Governor. Linroln.
Bruno Tzcchuck. Sec. of State.
J. 11 Weston. Lincoln. Auditor.
J. C. McBridu. ,. Treui-urer.
(too. II. Roberts. Att'y J:ii.
S. R. Thoin;.Kjn. Lincoln. Sun. Pub.Infctruc.
Ueo. IS. Liko. Omaha, Chief J lEtico.
DanMGantt.NebraHka City. I Aociatc jus.
Sain 1 Maxwell. I'lat-inoiith J
J. A. Tulleyp. County Clerk.
E. H. Jonos. Treasurer.
I. W. Tulleys. Probate .Tuilco.
H. C. Bill. Sheriff.
A. A. Pope. School Sup't.
C. O. Coon. I'oroncr.
W. I'.. Thorn, County Surveyor
O. W. Ball. )
I.. H. Luce.
J. II. Hobart. i
en iiuii nuir.cTOKY.
R-v. J. T. Mil.NF.it. will iirt-ach on the 2nd
Eahbath of each montii at 11 A M.
Rv. Gko 0 Ykiskb the firt Sabbath at II
A. M and the -rid rabbath i-viiiii.s
Ro-. Pairu. the 4:h Sabbath at 11
A. Al., and the :!rii Sabbath evening.
Rev. C. lUn.i.y. prearhec the lftSuLb.itli in
the ii.onth at PiMV Solund lxii'-r; !t 10 1-2
A. M. and at Red Cloud at 7 P. Al. 2nd Sab
bntb at Huu!iii-!V :it Id 1- A. Al. and at P'-n
mv ("r-elt at :t P. Al. :-! abbth at Red
Cloud a 11 A. Al. and at ChmdiiV at.'! P. Al.
4th Sabbath at O'u de Rock, at 11 A. M. and
at KlmWk:it:. P. .W.
Sabbuth School o t Sabbath morning
at 1 a. a. CIo?e? at 11.
C. W. Srr.iKnr.K. Supt.
liKnof llori: meet ever alternate Thura
dn evenniK at ..' p. m.
Arrlvnl hiiiI n-piirlnr of .aalln
from t!s- IC-il 4'loflfl I. .
HiST!NG leave-i Mondaj-, Wlnedyp. and
Fn Jay at T a. in. 'I ucsJay-. Thursday.
and a,ila at - a in. Arrives wicry
day at " .!" p. ti.
I1.ii.vahi leave- Mondav" and TliUT.-d.iy at
7 a. ir... arrive? Wtduedasaud r-atudays
at s p. in.
rinMvU.v. t'(in eiist. Monday and Thurs
day at 2 p. m. tioiux wist Tuesdaj aud
Fridays ai y a m.
Jewki.i. K unfa, lrnve.s Tuesday?. Thursdays
rlid Satnrda :it a. in.. arnc. Monuaji.
Wrdiied:iMiiid Fridays atb p m.
Ku-ssKU'Ivanas. 1 -iivi- Mond.i.. Wi-ilncs-dj
and I'riilayc at 7 a- in. arrives lucs-da;-.
Thurnayj and Sinnays at (' p. in.
(Sec open front 12 in. until 1 p. m. Suii'nys.
All rri.tere( matter n:u-t be in J'y 7 .'W ) in
.W ney Orrcr busline cbi.es at 7 1-2 p. m.
Nu onens i&ucd' on Sunay.
M. B. M.Nitt. P. M.
I. O. O. F.
Red Ci.rnn Lodrk. No. WIOOF
meets c er aturay nicht in
th .l:ii.!iic Hall. Jfrinbcrff of
othur Loiresaroeinfiall initer
tn atieix. A. J. .UkaNEs N. ti.
J. I). LhiCH Sor'y.
A. F. & A I?I.
CnAKiTy Lo;gr Xo. .r llvd Clmnf.
u . . i' unit;- i..'L4 iiLililiti Uliui iv-
WiK f'ro full moon.
' V X 1. 11. II AMI-TON W. M.
C. "VV. Kalkj- Sec'y.
From Hon. .1. V. Small we loam
that State Superintendent Thompson
will conduct :i litv!ct. institute in this
llace ?omo time next summer, during
the stay of the scientific expedition.
The plan seems to be for the teachers
to go on with their usual work during
the day. while the scientific party arc
exploring thy valley and securing
specimens. Tu the evening all will
collect at the tent and listen to !cc
turcs from the eminent educators
nmomj the part. Altogether the In
.stitute promises to he very entertain
ing, as well as hiehly instructive. It
would be well should our teachers take
up a course of study and thus prepare
themselves for the reception of the
knowledge that will be presented for
From the best of our knowledge
and belief the rrand jury system is
no favorite with Judge Gaslin. In
his charge to that body he candidly
told them they were "the relics of a
dark age ; ' "I am compelled by law
to organize this giand jury, other
wise it would not he done. You
must now go to a room, there to be
locked up, and to listen to man as he
swears against his fellow man, with
out giving him any chanee whatever
for defense. This beautiful system,
how I admire it ! It suited wtll the
superstitious thirteenth century, but
for this enlightened nineteenth," it is a
burning shame to our country, and a
disgrace to al! its supporters." Juni
The Nebraska Summer School of
Science, an eminently valuable scheme
for instruction, inaugurated by Profs.
.Aughcy, liaiiey and others, promises
to be an immense success. Already
forty 3'oung men from Illinois, Indi
ana. Iowa and this state, have signi
fied their intention to become parties
to the expedition. The object of the
expedition is to explore and make
geological surveys during the months
of July and August, of Southwestern
Nebraska, and more particularly, the
source of the Republican river.
These gentleman are well satisfied
from previous observation, that this
country is rich in mineral deposits, and
we are satisfied that this enterprise
will do more toward the development
of that country and to the opening
up of its resources than any other
method that could be devised. We
wish the expedition success. State
CAN WE RAISE OUR OWN FISH?
As Szrerisest, asd its Prefects.
Letters fr:a Sesatcr Paiisci
In the eastern fctate, although the
waters of the a jield an ubundauce,
of finh, yet bv a well systematized
plan, new kinda of fish have beci. in-
troduccd and propagated inthenu -
merous lakes and rivers which seclude
among the hills, or meander through
the vales. Fih commissioners with the
authority of legislation, and appro-
priations from the government to as -
si.-t them, are locking the rivers with
spawn, and the various enterprises are
succe-ful. Wo see no rea-on why
something of the kind may not be
star ted in Nebraska, with but a slight
outlay of time and labor. Fish fur
nish no mean portiwnof a well selected
dintiCr bill of fure, and to have a ,
plenty would be a luxury few of us at j
present can afford. )
One of our townsmen, Mr. Kaley,
has taken the matter in baud and al-
rcad has a pond, L shaped, aud cover
ing at present about an acre, in which
he intends to put fih eggs and try the
experiment of raising fth, He has ,
alreadv been to considerable expense, :
and he l.a- about 150 fish in it now.
Fie intends to make further im
provements in the spring. He ap-,
plied too late for c ggs this fall as will
be seen by the following correspond
ence. He proDOses to introduce carp
into bis pond. 'J his variety of fish is
said to be in the fi-h family what our
common fowls are in the bird family, I
or almost capable of domestication. ,
The upcltiug of a car-load of fish!
into the hllkhorn river a few vcars
since, proves that fish will thrive in
our river, as that river has been '
stocked with fish ever sinrc. We hope
.'ij. i;iey s uuiei inisu nm ne suci; s-
, ,. . . .
ful, and tins h written to excite m-
. , . , , . ,
quiry and induce others to engage in
the same enterprise. The correspond-
, , . , . '
once given below shows the interest
wliich our legislators in congress take
in the matter of Nebraska fisheries :
U. S. Senatk Cuamkei:, ! .
As:iiNfiTo.v, Nov. -j;;. 177.
Friend Geiie-1 inclose a li-iter
from Hon. Spencer F. Baird, Com-
missionerof Fishand Fisheries which '
will explain itself. It relates to a sub- j
iectofthr very greatest importance
o our people. The IMatte. Kepubli-,
can, the Blues, the Nemahas, the
E'.khorn, the Niobrara, and a hun-'
dred smaller streams in our state can, '
with a proper effort on the part of our
state authorities, seconded by all the
rest of u each doing all he can in
hi? sphere be liberally stocked, in a
short time, with the mos; desirable
varieties of fish, both as respects rap-
iflW tV itmniifil tnn mil wilnnu nc fi
food supplv. 1-ish food in abundance
would be one of the mot v.Vuible ae-
(juisitions our people cjuld make,
is demanded by con.-ideiation
i,nni,i, -.c , u . ..,.,,. a r,.,.;.,i
fresh fish diet is absolutely essential, I
everywhere, to good health. I be- j
liee this is true, particularly of a ,
(.,inirv ui f.r mUiJ nc r,i- I r,r i
Aughcy or some other of our Nebras
ka scienti-ts can formulate this
theory, if it is worthy of formulation
or consideration, better than I can
and so without further comment, I
hand you Commissioner Baird's letter,
U'illl tin- -i.iirniii-o tli -if- nit- cnrrii-i-c
are at command to help to the full ex-.
tent of uiv ability to multiply the
fishes in our Nebraska rivers, creeks,
lakes and pond , natural and artificial,
Very truly yours,
A. S. Paddock.
U. S. Commission, Fish and
Washington, Nov. 22, '77. j
Hon. A. S. Paddock, If. S. Senate:
Silt: 1 have the honor to acknowl
edge the receipt of your letter of the
first of November, and thank you for
the informatiou contained therein in
reference to the interest felt in Ne
braska in regard to the multiplication
of food fishes within its borders.
I am sorry to say that it is too late
to meet Mr. Kaley's request for eggs
of fish, but beg to say that some have
been sent to Mr. Furguson, the fish
commissioner of Maryland ; and should
they arrive in good condition, and be
hatched out, it will give me groat
pleasure to send a number of them to
any stream in Nebraska that you may
be advised by your correspondents at
home to be suited for ,heir reception
this provided the young are success
fully hatched out, and the clemency of
the season permits their transmission
in the course of a mouth. Should I
hear from you to that effect. I will
notify Mr. Ferguson about their
transmission. The best method for
the successful introduction of useful
food-fishes into Nebra-ka, will be to
have a state commission appointed,
such now exists in nearly all the spates
in the Union to whom shall be en
trusted the initiation and prosecution
of the necessary steps, a sufficiently
large appropriation should be placed
at their command to erect a hatching
house on some suitable situation into
which could be received a supply of
California salmon eggs from the
United States fish commission, which
could be hatched at little cost, and at
little loss of time, and introduced into
the rivers of the state. One thousand
egss. can be treated with less risk and
expense than ten 3'oung fish.
The shad is another of the fish suit
able ribr introduction into Nebraska
rivers. These T will undertake, to
supply in the event of congressional
appropriations being continued.".
In conclusion, I "brg to fcay'Hliat it
will give inc much pleasure to co op
erate to the best of my ability with
the ffibrts that the inhabitants of Ne
braska may make toward-, the increas
ing of the .-upply of useful food-fishes
w:thin its border?.
Hi'KNCKtt F. iJ.ur.n, Com'r.
SIirate3 cf tie Tecr.er C:sr:r Teacier:'
Azrcrlaticr, Esii at the Ciic Zzzi
School H:zse, 2T:t. 2iz, I2"7. i
( mef.ug was canej t0 0,der by
iA L IJurton, temporary preaiJeut.
, J, , g - . apoitJted K-cre-
tajy pjo tem in lhe aUseoce 0f Mrs.
IIowani Association adjournetfuntil V
j o-ci0ci- K M
j afternoon SESsIos
I Tb(j COUJCJ;ltee awoiuted to draft a J
conatitutivn reported. J ne report,
was read by article and adopted. A j
motion prevailed to have the contitu-.
v rfi . i.
tioii. nrorramme for the next meeting
and the secretary'T report priuted in j rx TTOKNKV AM) COUNSKLOU
the Red Cloud Chief. Dean T.latlaw. .Juniata Nebraska. Will
S-ilh was appointed tr.aror pro ! v; M tto Cr . f, .ta m.
tern. During a rccos of five minutes
the constitution was subscribed toby
'the following individuals: A. A.
Pope, W. C. (Jilham. A. Arnsburger,
C. Craw, J. JJailey, E. M. Tearson,
A. L. Burton, C. M. Barrett, II. A.
Bailey. D. T. Smith, T. Bcauchamp,
I MissF. C. Crubb, Miss M. K Smith,
Miss L. B. Wells, Mi.-s I F. Garber,
Mi-s M. Sabin aud A. M. Talbot.
( After which the Association proceeded
1 to the election of permanent officers,
which resulted in the choice of A. L.
Burton, president; Miss F. C. Urubb,
vice-president ; Mi-s Myra K. .Smith, !
secretary; II. Bailiy, treasurer; Mr.
Craw, Mr. Tope and Miss Grubb were
appointed committee of progtatume.
On motion it was decided to hold
the next rguiar meeting of the Asso
ciation on the last Saturday of Decem
ber, during the day and evening.
It wus. al'O decided that a meeting
.. , . - -
hall be held at
,. t n t i' i i r
Guide Hock on I'nday evening before
, , , r. i i i
the said lat Saturday m December,
, .' ,,,.". " . ,
Article 1. J ins organization shall
i,e called the Webster' Couuty Teach-
Art. 'i'he officers of this Associ-
:itinn -haI1 be a I-reidenu vice-presi-
dem, secretary and treasurer; and
t'r ternn. office shall be six months.
A.KT- !- It .hall be the duty of the
president to preserve order during tue.
" ; occupied by the Assoc.ation, and
to appoint at each meeting a commit-
tce li ll,ree ou Pgrammc for next
AuT. 4- It shal be the duty of said
committee to draft a programme for
the next succeeding meeting and to
ikiiii nu: luauuuis ui iiieir icspeuiiv u
duties at 'eit two weeks previous to
the time of the next meeting.
5. In case of the absence of the
pri-si lent or his inability to perform
the dutie of his office, the vice-presi-
dent -""f1", 0CT"!-V ,h!; "a,r an,d I)cr
loru al1 "e iuiier ol tlie prfSKlent.
ART. 0. It shall be the dutv of the
secn.;nry to keep a correct ace Hint of i
tue j roceeumts ot eacii uieeiiim, anu
t0 rc:lfi th? sat,1Jr a,r lht-' nPi'J of the
uc" mecung o uie A-soeyitiou.
" ' " o
treasurer to keepan
Kill be the dutv of the
account of all
moneys belonging to the Association,
and to pay out no money without an
order from the secretary, sigued by
AitT. S. The meetings of thi- As
sociaiion shall be held the last Satur
day in each month at such place as
lua-v be decided upon by a majority of
lhc. Jcinbera prescut.
Art. y. Any teacher or friend of
education can become a member of this
organization by signing the constitu
tion and by-laws and paying a fee of
twenty-five cents., provided there be
no objection by any member present, in
which case the will of the majority
shall be carried out.
Art. 10. Any teacher who shall
absent himself from the Association
for a period of three meetings in reg
ular succession, uuless detained by
sickness, shall no longer be considered
a member, nor shall he be admitted
gain without a vote of a majority of
the members present
Art. 11. This constitution may be
amended at any regular meeting by a
vote of a majority of the members
notice having been given at a previ
ous regular meeting.
Art. 12. All officers of the Associ
ation shall be elected by ballot.
On motion the Association ad
journed. A. L. Burton, Pres't.
MyraE. SitrrH, Sec'y.
S. V ItudoTO
Is now prepared to do all kinds of wor
The best of materials uted, and al
Done on short notice and at reasonable
Shop in McNitt's Store.
Red Ctond. xVebrasKa.
11 VS1SESS DIRECTORY
Attorneys at Law-
J. S- G-ilham.
A TTORNEY AND COUSSKL
I LOK AT LAW.
I VQ- Will Practice in all the Ccvts of
RED CLOUD, -
JT. R. Willcox
and U. S. Commissioner.
C Collection Promptly Attended to
OFFICE ONF. DOOR
. - . - k . ttr? crr AU t?
sou Li I or A" a
J JtX Si MM XX s. Am -r?
I lUUIfl Uliviini'ii (.. .. - ....
entrusted to his care. OfEce on the
cast aide Juniata Avenue. July I 7
Geo. W. Sheppard,
BLOOM INC.TON, NEB.
Apt. B.J-M.K.R. Land.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ASD S2AL ESTATE ASSUTS.
Will practice iu all the Courts in
this State and Northern Kana-.
Collections promptly attended to and
Red Cloud, Xebrasha.
N. IUCIIAUDSON", J.
Richardson &. TuIIeys,
ESAL ESTATE & COL'CTIXCr ASS1TT3
Will buy and Fell Real Estate on Commis
sion, and pay taxen for non-reidents.
Siieeial attention piven to collections. Cor
rc'iiondenco ?olicited. AH letterF of inquiry,
or on liusinc.-'s promptly answered.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
J.E. Simth. H. W. Taekkr. S. (-'. Smith.
President. Vice-1'residot.t, Cashier.
Jirst Rational ankf
(Successor to SMITH BUOS.i
nos. AS PAorocK, I S sen.
-James Ei.lh. New York
Sam'i. C. Smitu.
I. W. TUMiEYS,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAn' i
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
Office two doors south of tho Court
SSD CLOUD - - - 1TS3SASEA.
? pi rt'
Physician and Surgeon.
C Particular attention given
TO DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
05:3 and Sesiierce five siiles east cf
Red Circa. Near Elm Creei: Hills.
RED CLOUD FURNITURE
J AS. CALVERT, Proprietor.
Deals extensively in all kinds of fur
niture, such as Bureaus, Beadstead?,
tables, Chairs, Mirrors, and in face
everything to be found in a first-class :
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Red Cloud, ... See.
Rufus Itf iksch,
lartittfrr . oittr ;
Particular attention givgn to shop '.
work, and coffins made to order.
Co?Paintine a Specialty. i3a
Shop west of Kichardson's building
2SDCL0TO, - - - :TZS.
R. C. JONES PROPRIETOR.
Stage leaves Hastings for Red
Cloud, Smith Center, Burr Oak and rr5iJN-f !ilI- 5ir BVniTTD
points south, on Mondav. Wednesdav, pt"Hf:l CO 5iU 1 SHtliU
and Friday, at S o'clock A M rcM HHB JiziHtUz 8-5 , s Sssi SaligiMs asi Sesde Txs&y
turning on alternate davs. Passengers, f--lH ?l5'rlt"?!?l fs lesraper. $3.15 7er.sptit
carried at reasonable rates. Offices,1 Al'K HUViHrKz r"S. j ZraMaisd 1823.
Smith's Book Store, Hastings and! Silrf ElHt?--!-"??? -s fS 37 Park row, new AORK-i
Valley Hnnfe Rerl Cloud. G-lf ly. I llHfl Sf??l 111115 -?! SAMPLE COPIES FREE.
A bck containing a list t f trrnw in
the L S. having 5,U jjp . a:.d the
newspaper. Laving largi-i ct-cuhtion
AH the Ucurious, Agricultural, Scien
tific and other special class journals".
Tables of rates, showiug cost of adver
tising and everything which an
advertiser w uld JiL to know.
Maiiedon receipt of ten cent-. Address
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S N. Y. (opposite "Tribune" build
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ij f (finlfitn n einrr1.
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For children complaining of colic,
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as will a? adult eat sometimes too
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aoes not uigest well producing sour
stomach, heartburn, or re-itlessncs?: a (
good dose of Liver Regulator will rive I
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IT HAS XO 5 QIAL
Thousands lead miserable lives,
suffering from d3spepsia a disordered
stomach and liver, producing bihou
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-C-5-'Vtx:'?, XZ-k containing thne
&&2d.SlQ. feouthern Hoof
XlaAlAlSgllKSxf.V nn all-wiM- prnvi-
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r regular appetite, low spirits, raising ' it-; most advanced (stages) Asthma,
ood after eating, and offten ending in j brotichite. Catarrh, and all derange
atal attacks of fever. They know j ments of theNirrvous .vytem. A cir
hev are sick vet get little svmpat h v. jcular containing particulars of manv
the unfailing remedy to prevent these
tafflictions and restore health is Simccs
; iLiver Regulator.
MANUFACTURED ONLY CT
J. II. ZEILIN & CO..
r ice, $1.00. Sold by all druggists.
! 30 Mixed Cards, with name. JO cts
Samples for 3-ct. stamp. J. M INKER
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ou f an
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DILLON & COL li
Art uw prepared to buy
and othyr gnwo. aud pay tho highest
cash price for the same.
They alo have a full stock of gencrml
BOOTS SI 10 liS, &C-
which they are ofiVringat prices that
are bound to suit their cuitomcrs.
REMEMBEB THE l'LACE.
east side of Juniata Avenue,
-JUNIATA - - - NEBRASKA
4 " ." i nt rai-ily cArn-xl jn tker timr
TL lltlt It Cll Itffi tflHilH in t K vm .w.r,t U.
'Ill I by hoyon ot ithrrex, in any I
part ..f the r.iun'ry who i willing to work!
?!cn.lily t tho rmployuient that rlurnt-h.
;' pr week in jurnwii Mwti, You can fit I
your h!-time to the wjrk. or only )uur i
"pMre momeniF. havi-ucnt Hhoarrma- '
kiln: j cr S- ' pf dy. All who cnirnc- i
once an :nuke Ujjiit-y ft. At th irsriit
time cioncy cannot be mi.de vueanly am! rap- !
1'iiy hi nny oilier du.mii-s. it c(m tioinmr
to try the liujmris. Term ami Si outfit free.
Address at once. II, HaLLKtt A' Co..
-I ly Portland. Maine.
111 I I I) ,fiou cari
A J U J f Fct creenba
ti.t ret cold yuu ran
ret greenbacks. Wo m.fl u.
Iion in evi-rj town to tk MilxTiptmrji
for fie Urjri-t. cheapest and bc-t Uluitratril
(uiuuy publication in the world Any one
fan hi"- un a upec.ful agrnU The mnt ele
Kant works of art Riven free to uhcrtier.
The price is so low that hltu t prrrylnidy
txbcnle. OntRtrot report? making jTfr
SI-'-O in a wrek. A lady agrt retoru tak
ing ovt -tOO mbir.bcr in ten dj-. All
who cntrase oiuku xnoiiey fas . You run de
vote all jour ti . p to the busineK. or only
yotir piire time. You need not he wr
from home overnight. You cfin do it tit
otht-ra. Full panculrr? lirrc iomand trm
freo. Elegant and eiponi- Outfit free. If
you wr.nl i-rofil:ibI; work ciiii your addrfii
at once. It curt nothin to try the bunuwu.
No one who cng.izt'S fml to make great pay.
Addn-M "The l'e,ple' Journal," 1'crtland.
GK ACE'S SALVE.
A VEGETABLE PRIM RATION,
vented in tho 17th centurv bv
William Grace, Surgeon in King
.IarnV army Through its agenev he
cured thousands of the most Hcriou
sores and wounds, and wa regarded
by all who knew him a public benefac
tor. 2fc. a box by mail 20c. For sale
by druggist" ircnerallv.
Address Seth Kovric & Sons, Boston
For reading clubs, for Amateur
theatricals, temperance plays, drawinc
room plays, feiry plays, Ethiopian
plays, guide books, speakers panto,
mines, Tableaux lights, magnesium
lights, colored Gre, burnt cork, Theat
rical face preparations, Jarly's wax
work--, wigs, beardd, and mou-taches
at rtducce prices. Costomcrs, scenery
charade. New catalouge Rent free
containing full description and prices
SAM L FRENCH & SON. 122 Nau
sau St., New York.
25 gilt-edged card?, no two alike,
with name 10 cts post paid. Fel
lows a Co.. North Chatham, N. Y.
i oeyond comparison the best reraedv
, for the cure of consumption even in
i caes successfully treated, full
for the treatment of the diseases above
mentioued and certificates of actual
cures, will be 5ent free bv mail to all
applicants. Addrc OSCAR C MO
SES, ie Propretor, s Cortland
Street, New York.
$.0tKJ WORTH FOR SS7-50.
Tne cheapest and liest wav to reach
' reader outside of the large cities is bv
- ij- t ircnlntlon ever C00)QO-
.imci-;ujrii's rcceiveti ijr one or
more lists, lor catalogues containing
names of papers, and other informa
tion and f.r estimates. addreii-t
32ALS&70STE2, il?ari2rr Msb
1823. SEND FOR 1878-
W iiwr irr . w m . -.
1 :- mm ww w aHKB .
Carrv- tlic kremt xl xaa tvtb -
Our-kof DOOK.-, W1M0W5. HUN OS. BUILIIM.
hh A:c 13 U8iBilrl.
Owning cr own timU-r U .!. ia
r?cial rate.ttn fr-i?Lt, j.-t m 5
any yard to Kama or NLriU,
5 1 ta
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON
HAMPTON & RALSTON.
The unJ-Txcned ' . .
ide of Web-rer Mr vt -- .
ou thort notiiv and g.i p .
All Work Warranteti;to
kj, - vn in uui iiiiui lit (in-
...,..,.. f..U '... - . .- . .
.. .. .... i.. .... ,i t . .,
it.-l'ttitun suiivii. a l'miijuusm-i ill
I. (t. Potter hjmt received
Evfr broutht to tho Vllry.
CHEAP CASH STORE
Wbele5ale and Retail I)alcr iu
DRY GOODS. HATS, CAPS AND
CJroeerle. Flour A IroviIon,
WOOD, WILLOW, GLAS3 AND QUEENSWARK.
WE WILL XOT BR CXDER SOLD. CALL AXD SEE US I
Wc keep on hand at all tisres a
Tin, anu llartlwarc.
Ketp a Supply cf Farming Implement;
QrGive ns a call, as we isel aurc
as low as any otner uro m tea wesWwm
Reacmber the place, 1 ioor orth of the Priitis cce.
Red Cloud. Neb.
i -el f LRY I.I'M HKK-f J
am! p)alun itt. trfUr tj
ekrf tj KwtttAiky MwpcU ilU
C,lV9 a cai.
j t t
r M vr
i ii lit- caat
ii ! io dj all
rit su the r Iitio
or pat patronage and
the &avt usvoxiutttl of
Giic him a call and xatttnt
Red Cloud. Htbntka.
L A. nORILt BT. pryi
lirgn and complete itcck of StCTi
we raa juU you, and at fi
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