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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Koliccs in this Column 10 Cei? a Lfne
Saturday was a busy day in town.
Head the Drograinmc for a S. S.
What allacl.s -people to prayer
Beautiful weather the firt part of
C. 0. Peck, of Batin, made us an
aprec able call last tveek.
Teachers, turn out to the associ
ation at Guide Hock, and make it the
best in the county.
Our (hanks are due Miss Leach
frr a fine lot rf pop corn received at
the house this week.
The Bible re;idnjj last Sabbath '
evening conducted by Itcv. Vci-T
We need a humanitarian society
in this town who shall go to those
who are the victims of intemperance
and endeavor to lead them to a differ
ent life. One man in town, having
sold his claim, and having obtained
the money therefore, came to town,
lost liis reason, and now can't account
for a part of his money. Somebody
ha- it, but he has no equivalent.
Wc, with about fifty other?, at-
Itriilii1 n .nrnris ii'irk'nn tdnnfWi.inn !
rf Rev. Maxwell' forty Ofih birth
day, at his houH? la-t Thursday even
ing. Dignity marked itself beneath
the cover of mirth, and "lithe jaycty
di-pcrtcd'kself ' during the evening.
.'r- frhments in abundance were
7d rtnd charades games, fee, kc,
! o:c:ried thb time and attention of the
psr:y. Some couldn't learn to play
rabbit, while Home found oat ho an
z-rply could be taken from a young
t aan's head by a pretty young lady,
Mr. Richardson, a cusry cjmbby Mr.
Miller, a whip from Mr. Kahy, a
pocket-book from Mr. Moore, and
something to put in it from Charley
Kaley. The occasion w.s a pleasant
one, and was enjoj-o J by all present.
We called on Mr. W. K. Jackson,
one day last week, anl he kindly
showed us throuuh his new house. It
is a story and half high, built for con
venience and comfort. The carpenter
work was done by .Mr. Fiskc, of Kan
sas, and it reflects credit upon that
gentleman. The mason work was done
by Mr. Brown, a homesteader from
Kansas. Mr. Jackson was one of
the early pioneers, and ha lived in a
log house until the preterit, but now
he has a fine building in which he can
spend the remainder of his stay in
Red Cloud in comfort. We strolled
through his young groves of which he
has several acres, and found them in
splendid condi ion, and will in a few
years be an ornament to his already
fine site for a residence. Mr. Jackson
offers lo give to the school district
trees enough to plant around the
school house, if the district will put
them out. This is a very liberal offer
and we hope to see it accepted. We
shall have more to say about this here
after. Mrs. Jackson showed us some
fine house plants, which are truly an
ornamer.t at tli 1- season of the year.
From the balcony in front of the
hou-c, one can see five miles down the
river, which is indeed a beautiful
Programme of a Sunday School Institute
to ho Held at Bed Cloud, Frida7 Even
ing and Saturday December 21st
and 22nd, 1875.
Fit! DAY EVENING.
Welcome address, by
Opeuing of question
Lecture, by Rev.
wnsvciy solemn and interesting. h hor hands tied. At the c!oc
Mr. Pone called on the Cnivr . Kev. Maxwell made some appropriate
Tiiesda He say-, he will move :i
town this week or next, nothing pre
venting. Last Friday wa3 a very pie.-ant
day, and all enjoyed being oti, after
the blu.itering cvtuther cf the w--k
I. N. Atkis-on, Eq. of N-Json,
made the Chief a call this week, lie
his bought a quarter of land in :own
three, range nine, in this county
A itst'W jnail .t.octe lias been cd7er-ti.-cd
bet worn Red Cloud and Hebron
supplying offices at a distance back
from the river line.
Hampton & RaJtton are doing a
ru.-hing bu-inces every day in their
shop. They know what and how to
do ; hence (heir success.
We trust that our Indian Creek
-correspondent has not told all he
.knows, but wc fear that is the case if
-we are to judge from his introduction.
We have received a communica
tion from a lady which is worthy of
print, but its length forbids us to
publish it in our columns.
For 3. thorough-going, orthodox,
gospel sermon, wc have heard nothing
better for a long time, than the ser
zuon preached by Rev. Milucr at this
.place lat Sabbath.
W. II. V. Raymond of Kansas
-City, 31 o., agent for Harper Bro's,
made us a pleasant call while in town
on Tue.-day. Mr. Raymond is intro
ducing some good school books into
Thcte will be a Christmas Tree
f'li-isittu:! p?''. at the school houfe.
The committee to make an arrange
ments have been appointed and we ex
pect a pleasant time around the old
Xmas "yule log."
Carion nildreth Esq., of Nap
onee, made us a pleasant visit last
Thursday. He was in town looking for
board for himself and others in Frauk
iiu Co., who expect to attend the se
lect school this winter.
IMattMuouth Herald: James II.
Winter-teen, of Wahoo, once a typo
in this ofSee, is married. So saystho
lmL-Y.fsi1chi. A Miss Hart caught
Ja:i.ej, as MacDonagh says, "most
We learn from the Herald that it
i expected that thirty new homes
vi'l be built in Nel6n next spring.
BtiMnes i-, increasing and the prospect.-
of trad? were never better than
. :t prent.
Juni:ia Herald : Mr. C. Borin,
senior of the Red Cloud Chirp,
stepped b.to our sanctum this morn
ing, and shook our royal fist. Messrs.
Roiin A. Springer arc making consid
(vnble itijp'.ovement in the Chief, and
ar- "lad of it
Not:ce Gen. Roberts "ad"' in an
other cciuuin. He has been in the
vsllfn- all through the grasshopper in-"a-:cn,
and ho then hauled corn from
Kearney to feed his stock. Now he
b:i .-uet ceded in his enterpiise and
ca.s on valley men to patronize
Mr. Turner, from the south side
.tf tl.e river, showed us some fossil
tc.es which he took out of the rock
on Iixs place : aho some minetal paint,
wJ ich contained a large quantify of
..si'ts, or something like them. Speci-
;-.4s have been ent to Prof. Bailey
to be analyzed.
C. Roberts, of Eltn Creek Mills
c;.'3ed in, and chatted a few moments.
He reports that business was a little
dull during the cold snap, but as soon
a he weather let up, teams began to
pour in from every direction with the
products of the farm to be converted
into the wherewith, from which to
make the staff of life.
On Friday evening last we re
ceived over the autograph of Gen. G.
T. Beauregard, of La., and Jubal A.
ftarly, of Va., both of military tame,
.un invitation to ourselves, and ladies,
to attend the distribution of immense
sums of money under the auspices of
the Louisiana State Lottery Co., at
New Orleans on Tuesday, December
1 1th. It seems evident that they did
not pat much, confidence in -our being
there, or they would haw incited us
before. However, we few thatbasi
ness matters of our own would have
prevented us taking a trip into the
"Sunny South" .for the purpose of
.seeing somebody else ggt $100,000,
which, notwithstanding the hard
times might be an -eye salve., evpn if
we got nothing ourselves. Well, that
$jt3j& isonc just ouj luck.
remask0, after wl ich presents were
oiTrrcd by several pernor.-. Amor.g
them wc noticed a hor.ee blanket by j the short cut tf) Mr 1lcQuikiD'5j bc
Frcri Isiiaa Creei.
Indian Creek, Neb..
December 5, 1S7T. j
Eds. Chief: I think the interest
of a county paper is greatly ineieascd
by having communications -etu in from
different onrta of the county; so I
ca't in my few mites that I have
gleaned fiom time to time, tru.-ting
that I may have mot: in the future.
We should ever hold in mind that
it is not the one that casts in the
greater t number, but he that easts in
according to his ability, even all that
The water in Indian Creek nma as
it did six year ago so a'so does
Thomas Wright's miud ; for he has
not ceased these long years to take a
trip back cast on business, he claims ;
but look out. True, he has no sod
house, but he can easily build one af
ter he returns, if neeoFsary. He took
hi.- leave over two weeks ago.
If you wb,h any guides for a dark
night, a-J: Charley ivaley where he
got hi u
Mr. James Pryce is in need of a
guide ; for when he was about to take
7:00 v. m.
led by .1. 0. Potter.
7:."0 p. m.
7:13 p. m.
S:00 r. m.
9:00 a. 31. Devotional exercises.
U::iO a. 31. Opening of question
10:00 A. 31. Topic of discussion,
"By what means can the heart and
conscience be reached," opened by I,
HWO A. 31. Select reading, by
Miss Laura Dixon.
10:50 A 31. Practice lesson for next
Sabbath, by Uev. Piyce.
J 1: 10 A. 31. Map exercise by C.
lhoO A. 31. Essay, by C. Borin,
1:.0 p. 31 Devotional exercises,
led by the Moderator.
2:00 p. 31. Questions answered by
2:30 1. 31. INTERMISSION.
2.40 r. 31. Experience meeting.
A lecture may be expected in the
evening. Sunday school workers
throughout the county arc invited to
attend and participate. Com.
instead took the labored process and
arrived at Indian Creek. Here he in
quired his way and started out again
and arrived at the Red Cloud grave
yard, thence on to Mr. McQuilkin's,
arrhing about 1am. His younger
brother accompanied him.
Programme fcr Teachers' As:o:iat:ca to
bc Held : t Guide Sock, Pec. 29, 2877.
9:00 A. 31. Opening of session.
910 " Grammar, and com
position, conducted t.y A. Bailey.
1011 A. jr. Physiology, by Dr.
J E. Smith or A. A. Pope.
U !.' A. M. Decimal fractions, by
12 P. M. Map drawing, by Chas.
23 P. 31. Orthography, by C.
34 P. M. Essays by E. M. Pear
son and A. L. Burton ; select reading,
by Mioses Gurlie Shereraud Mary C.
4 ." p. 31. Miscellaneous business
Lecture by H. S. Kaley.
On Friday evening there will be a
lecture on educational subjects by
Rev. Geo. O. Yeiser. By oider of
lL E. H award grinds scissors.
Christmas is coming so are
McNitt's holiday goods. 5-20tf
If you want to make your sweet
heart a present, go to the Post Office
and get something that will bc worth
tho iiwmoy .i"tnr ti.ft holidays are pat.
All sewing machines repai ed.
New machines for sale at new prices.
Old machines bought or exchanged.
Needles and attachments furnished,
by R. E. H award, lied Cloud. 5 20tf
R. E. Haward repairs clocks.
Chr:":tma- i- Co-rlu?.
and C. Potter knows it. He has or
dered a large assortment of the best
hoi'iday goodi, among which are toilet
sets, lov tea sets and toys of cvety
dc-eripiinn. He has the genuine and
oiiguial lepubl can rooster done in
candy, aud roasting eais, apples
peaus, peaches and all other kinds ol
fruit in same And, oh ! my, the
most beautiful dolls. If you don't
believe it jut go into his drug stoic
and see for yourself.
C. n. Potter.
Ixavale, Dec. 10th, '77.
Mk. Editor: I can give you a
few news items, but interesting events
are like angels' visits at Inavale, that
is interesting to people outride, of
course every-day occurrences interest
us who are immediately concerned.
Thanksgiving day, although the
coldest day of the season, was well
celebrated here, especiallv by us New
England people, it is our favorite holi
day, but we gcuerally do justice to all
The farmers have nearly all got
their torn t usked, and it turns out
splendidly, ranging from CO to 73
bushels to the acre. One man got
S00 bushels from 12 acres: and we
raise good corn in this part of the
county, too, for I see by the premium
list of the State Fair that one of our
neighbors took the first premium on
one variety of corn.
Diphtheria has bejn through oue
family here and two of the children
died with it ; tut w.e all took such
precautions that there was hut one
person out of that family who took it,
and that was a woman who went there
to take care of them. All have
recovered cow and we nope this
scourge will visit us no more.
After many difficulties in obtaining
a teacher to suit us, our school has
commence! to day.
Some new frame houses are being
built on Farmers" Creek, and all are
making improvements and prospering.
Go to the Postofficc for your School
Books. o-l 9tf
Save your money by subscribing for
any paper you want, at the Postollioe.
Cash paid for corn enquire at the
Red Cloud Mills. 17tf,
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES
of all sizes, for all kinds of Sewing
Machines at the P. O. ( 1 7tf. )
,-5,000 Bushels of Corn
Wanted ; for which I will pay the
highest market price at L. Baum's
We advie all our readers owning
harness, to ue I'ncie Sam's Harne.-
Oil, as we think it is the very be-t ar
ticle to be had. .j-1S 3m
-Mothers will find Dr.
ell's Teething ?rup jut the medicine
to have in th; houe for the children;
it wnl cure colds onghs, sore throat
and regnla'e the bowela ; trv it. Sold
by It. K. Sheror and C. II. Potter.
- - - -
Di.STKMI'EKS, COUgh-:. Cold?, fe-
ver and most of the di?eacs which
An n 1 phyican rtirwl from ae-
' ttve practice, had p'.veJ in In hand
! b;- aa Kat Indiaiui lonarv the for-
Winch- i inula of a riuiple vciJable remedy for
the sj eedy aud permanent cure of J
ConMimprion," Bronchitis Catarrh.
Asthma, and all 'Ihroat and ,
Lung affection-, al-o a poi
tive and radical cr'' for Gen
eral Debility anl all tjfrrou- coin
plaiuts, after having thoroughly tol-d
its wonderful -ura'ive powt-r in thou- '
sands of cases, feels it his duiv to ,
make it known to his sutTerm? fellow..
Lands For Sale.
We ar row ofTcring fur j!c ou Ixt
ter terms and cheipcr than ever
fore, all bud belonging to I. Sc M
SL .Jo Jfc I. l and Midland Pacific ,
Mail Rind Cumpame in Wcbtcr and
adtoiniftg count-. W- alo have
sonn ciiomv claim for ale. Give u
Kaicv Bro. A:tri X' Real e.ta
Act'- Ke.1 Cloud Neb. .VJif ! ftMctJ
BOOT AiM) SHOE SHOP !
PARKS BROS.. Propritors.
Thi rm i nr r.'tkt3ici to rW9h the twtjrfk th BOOT5?
mails of tb )mt &)Atrl) ml u Iwnxr, m lar tkvt umom m-1 - i...
- - . . - -. ....
hnr-es. catth shenn. boir-i and noul
try are subject to are readi y over- The rccine will he .nt fri. nf rhar,.i. . Si A ' li A W U IV ) All It inrfc r.f RcnalrJrn flnnn k",U Mnrt.. -rAi
s ' to all v, ho ilo.irp t .run t--H ii!t.vr. a'i- .-j v -a x ' ...
I l - "- -- ------ . .... ..-.. ,
come and cured by uW'j I "nt-Ie Sam
Condition Powder eccordinc to the !
plain directions. Sold by B. B. Sher
er and C. II. Potter.
Thkiik is no earthly boon more
precious than good health, and it be
hooves its po-sessor to endeavor to re
tain it. If you are assailed with such
provoking il's as sick headaches, tor
pid liversour stomach and a general
feeling of weariness and di.pujt, don't
?o and commit suicide but take
Kilert's Davlight's Liver Pills and be
cured. Sold by R. R. Sherer and C.
II. Potter. 5-13 3m
Disease and Death, when they
reach our own homesteads, arc loo se
rious for jesting, we use our best en
deavors to drive off the dread messen
gers, and are only happy when we feel
that they are at a distance. At the
first npproach of that fell destroyer.
Consumption, in the shape of a cough
or slight cold as well as moic severe
Bronchial or Catarrhal Cmnlaints,
we should at once use Kilert's Kxtract
of Tar and Wild Cherry. It has no
superior in such cases. Every bottle
warranted to give satisfaction. Sold
by B. B. Sherer and C. II. Potter.
REPOHTED BV NORTON & CO., SHIP
PERS OF GRAIN AND LIVE STQCIC.
Hastings, Neb., Dec. 10, '77.
No. 1 Spring wheat z bush 8U
................ t o
. " !
Ear Corn new
3tiriCj io to t'
Broom Corn fl ton $G0. to$7o
Potatoes bush ...30 to 3."
Beans " (white)... .1.00
Ca.stor Beans " 70 to 75
vUCK W IlCula 01
hive Hogs p 100 lbs....$3,00 to $3 50
Dressed " " $4 00
Orleans, Harlan Co.. Neb.
November 21st, 1S77. j
Scaled proposals will be received
for the next thirty days, by the under
signed, for the delivery of one thou
sand bushels of good merchantable
corn at Orleans, Harlan Countj Neb.
The corn to be delivered within the
nest ninety days. The corn to be paid
for upon the delivery of each one
hundred bushels. The right i re
served to reject any and all bids.
5 lS-4w Geo. H. Boiikuts.
The time has come when a man may
know that he will get value received
for evc:y dollar that he invests.
Quacks and humbugs are soon venti
lated and are compelled to take a back
seat, or be crushed by the wheel of
progress An article must pofhc-s
real merit must be what it is reprc
sented to be. Or, like the mushtoom
at noon-day, it will soon wither and
die in the radiance of the brilliant di
coveries of modern science. O. &
C. s Cough and Diphtheria Ilemedv
can always be relied on. Ii a'l ' s -be
irritation or tickling of the ilircat.
renders expectoration ca y and ojn n
the secretion. It is guaranteed to
do all that it is advertised to or the
money refunded to the purchaser. C.
II . Potter, agent. 5 l.S-2in
District Court is now
I am at last compelled to call on my
friends to whom I have extended fa
vors, and patience, to call and settle
their accounts, as I am necessarily in
need of having my accounts settled.
Friends, accommodate me in my hour
fo need, as I did you.
I3tf S. Garbcr.
"The best in us V "O. & C. 's
Camphorated Hartshorn Liniment, for
man or beast, it can be relied on at
all times. C. H. Potter, agent.
5 IS lm
Rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains,
rnd bruises will be relieved by Uncle
Sam's Nerve and Bone Liniment, sold
R. R. Shertr and C. H. Potter.
Universal Esposition at Paris, 1878--Notice
For a fixed and moderate commis
sion to ba agreed upon, the under
signed, through their connection at
Paris and elsewhere, beg to inform
you that they are now receiving appli
cation for space required by exhibitors.
As the time is short, immediate atten
tion should be given to this. The
services rendered by u are as follows:
First The reception of goods for
the exhibition, and attending to all
matters relating thereto.
Second The sale of the- exhibited
Third Ihe representation tor the
sale in Paris, and other parts of Eu-
Fourth The taking out and sale of
Fifth The purchase of all kinds of
French products for our customers.
No payments, required until goods
are at the exhibition grounds.
No. 12 Rue Monsigny. Paris.
Address, for information, Mathias
& DeJong, house, real estate and gen
eral collecting agents, wd agents for
the Paris Exhibition tor the States of
taissonri. Iowa. Minnesota. Nebraska.
Kansas, Colorado, Arkansas, and that
.-! Tit: r. c..ti. .e AltAn XTn I
narc mi Allium, ouuiu ui ..
07 iocast street, St Louis, Mo.
Notice to Teaeners.
Notice is herby given, That I will ex
amine all persons who may desire to
offer themselves as candidates for tea
chers of the primary or common schools
of Webster county, at Red Cloud on tbi
first Saturday in the months of Feb.
ruary, May, August, and Noreaber.
A. A. Pope, Co. Sup't.
Negunda Jan. 5 th 1877.
Reliable O. & C.'s Consh and
Diphtheria remedy. C. H: Potter,
Tt is worth more than its own
we;pht in pure gold, viz : O. & C. 's
Golden Cerate. It cures sore eyes,
burns, cutaneous eruptions and old
chronic sores. Sold by C. H. Potter.
One dose of O. & C.'s Cough
and Dimheria Remedy is sufficient to
satisfy you of the superior merits of
the remedy and one bottle to cure the
worst cold. C. H. Potter, agent.
,. ' '
Chicago Store Weekly Price
Wc offer until further notice, the
following goods at net cah prices.
Calicoes best, 20 yds, $1,00
Heavy extra grey jeans S ' ' 1 ,00
Best towling, 13 " 1,00
Indian head sheeting, Dcts a yard
Knit Drawers, 25 cts.
Mitts with calf face, 75 cts.
Indian tan buck gloves 50 cts. a pair.
Wool jackets, $1,00.
Good dres3 furnish 10 cts.
Pearl Buttons, 5 cts. a doz.
Our Goods are no shop worn goods
as we do not handle anything but
first quality having the best io styles,
we still promise the public to furnish
the latest and newest io the market,
We sell good cheaperand furnish bet
tiona for j remrinc and uve -fully
u.-ing. .-idlres-, with tump, naming
tbi paper, Dr .1 C Stu.m:, JJ N.
Nmth stiee:, Phi'a itlphia. Pu.
Cleaned, repaired and altered to li
test styles. AUo, laJii and cenrle
uien's fur made to order. Machine
cwinjr done. Mrs (Jreuter, rividenre
scuthwett of Mr K KtiUogt.. M-if
REPUBLICAN VALLKV HERD
Geo. II. Roherts, - - Pitot-'it.
Orleans, Harlan County, Xcb.
Fifty choice pigs for sile, from
Sambo II, Champy, Bimarck, Duke
of Ahwood, and D'l raelt strains.
Any one you prefer; no catalogue.
Write for particulars. Satisfaction
guaranteed or no pay. 5 L'Uly
C. M. Til 0 MPS OX, Prop.
Cor. 1st St. and Burlington Ave.,
HASTINGS - NEBRASKA.
Free Hacis to and frca Beret:.
KaFFine Sample Boom in connection
with the House, for the accommoda
tion of Commercial Men.
J. C. Warner Prop.
RED CLOUD - NEBRASKA.
Stages leave this House for the
north, south, east and west. Leave.
for R. R. on Tuesday, Thurday and
Saturday of each week. The best sta
bling in the Republican Valley. Liv
ery rigs furnished for conveying pass
engers to any point at reasonable rates.
Dry Hoods and
BOOTH ii n a
Hats, Caps. &
Rendu Mudc. Clothing !
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be undersold.
GIVE US A CALL. ONE A- ALL
1-A ?har- of the public patrtMUfc mprdfalh? toleiul.
work fully warranted.
cavr. vH a tki.il
and bc co evinced that it to )or tnicrc,: to patraoite .
A NEW DEPARTURE ! '
THE ONE PRICF MAN
I has rmovcl ioL. M- "Tliomp
Xeb. vKlSi. aiul T: I as I inir- A v-miu,
I where ou will find KVKHTHlXt! pcttaiting to a firt "b n re
jdams jounig jhanh .
UAbTINi;, ADVMSCOtNIV, .NKn.
A General Banking Business
they ari: io r HERE
Po?t has the next thing to them in
Fleetbst Livf.kv and best Fked
Staiile in lied Cloud. In connection
with the Feed Stable is a Fkeicsiit-
s Cnoic House.
j. d ros:, ESD CLOUD.
lied Cioud & Jew
ell City Stage Line.
Connecting at Ilcd Cloud with the
Republican Valley line, running
straight to Hastings.
6&Thrce recular trips will be made
each week, leaving Red Cloud the
same time the stage from Hastings
GOOD BIOS AND GOOD TIUZ KADS 027
30-ly D. H. GODFrtKV.
MADE A SPECIALTY.
Drafts on Europe bought and sold.
Agents for several steamship lines.
CSy-Rusincss entrusted to us will have
prompt and careful attention.
BOOTS & SHOES.
hiik n it.
If-. Ac. A
TIIK IIKJIILSTCASII PRICK I'AID FOR
all Country i'roiuc
RIMKMRKR the place wh.'n in HASTINCS, and h- r a.i c!
A.vnoN Mav, atthcfUCiKSTjitrein town
(At the Rel Cloud .MilNj
Is where you can get all kinds of
HATS Sc CAl'S ROOTS & SHOFS
fee. A'c. Ac. Sic. Arc.
All of which will be sold cheap forcash.
A supply of LU.MRKJ, lath,
SHINGLES, fcc, always on hand.
C R. POTTER.
SEL'T & NORMAL tiCIIOOl.
The Winter Term of tbi Institution will cmmcncj n
rruc.S(l;iv. Dc:. 11, 1877, '
Keeps constantly on hand a full line of
Harness. Collars, Saddles, Whips,
Horse Blankets, Combs, Brushes,
Harness Oil and everything
usually kept in a first-class
The Highest Cash Price Paid for
Hides and Furs.
Red Cloud Drug Store
C. II. POTTER, Prop.
Keeps the largest and best stock of
drugs, medicines, paints, and oils, to
be found in the Republican valley.
5 7 tf
Prescriptions carefully compoun
ded, day or niyht.
Van Dvke Sc 8mtlcr
Plasterers & Stonemasons.
We arc prepared to tale contracts
and do all kind of work in our line at
reasonable prices. Satisfaction guar
anteed, and all kind- of stock and
grain taken in exchange for work.
19" Cistern work a specialty.
BEDCLOUD HT.RH.AHK A.
And will continue twelve week under I he instruction of
fbi school pr'vnt nn opportunity for pupiN t as-ulr i r.' -E"fclih
im1uc.i1 inn :t v apir mtc than any thr hol of it-. . '
iliiMrct. It i divided into two il.'pa'ttij.-nt., oti: Ut ! i
di-nts arid young teacher", the other for youw cho,ar. f tltv
no rwad Jlmntly in the Korrth Reader.
i?t.f0.i term, or.o half on cntcrinR tho.Mrhool, the xamnimW at
middle ofthe term.
furni.shcd at from 12 .r0 to ?..) prr wt-ck: farm piolucc tien f -payment.
It i desirable that pupih bnn uch btti a lilej . r
and bc prcreut the Gr.t day.
INSTc LXTION d I VKN I .V VOCA L J! i:.SU
The teacher. will .-paro no piii. to make thin Mjhcol hman af"-f
and plcaunt. and will tnv to intil in tha mindi of the pupili . ,
ciplc of truth and rec'itudc.
For further particular. Ac, addrcM.
ClIAH. W Sr'RI.l-il.R x
or (J. Rtitj.N,
I'rwcij a i
Red Cloud, Webster Co., ebr. Nov. 1377.
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COLD PUTfD IT ATCMKS.
eat In t h knenrn otJ&. SamvU Walck
Red Cloud Mills!
We are prepared to do cus-
plonr Feed and
Corn Mal for Sale.
19" Satisfaction guaranteed ar
quality of floor sold, and custom
work. Fanners should be particular
to secure the best of seedwheat.
Potter & Frisbie!
RED CLOUD k SMITH CENTER
Connecting a Red Cloud with the
Republican River Stage Line.
Three repular trips a week, arriving
and departing from Red Cloud at the
same time the stage from the railroad
FARE VERY LOW.
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