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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Notices in this CdumXiG C&ilia'Lin
Onr thanks are due J. S. Gilliam.
.for valuable "pub. doc."
There will bo ao 8ebbaUi School
concert next Sablath evening.
II. S. Kaley started fpr Gjhjp.la
week on a visit to his olfl .home.
This is fine weather for cqrp,ltusk
ing, and the farmers arc improving it
.Come out to the Sabbath .School
.Institute to-morrow teveniog and Sat
urday. , jKvery house in town is occupied,
.and more cqajd .figi tenants if they
We learn thai a -jVIr. Cuming has
rented the house lately occupied by
iI;rom the Herald we notice that
the new mill at Superior is rapidly
nearing completion. We hope it will
be a buccesi.
Ifit every .member of the Literary
Club' be at bis post at the next meet
nig. A question of vital importance
will be discu&-cd.
Rev. Ileilly's family arrived last
.week and tLey now occupy the house
which they lived in when they were
here two years ago.
G. L. Laws, of the Sentinel, and
a Mr. Mills, ofjEtepablican City, made
us a pleasant call last Monday. . They
went to Smith Centre on Tuesday.
Mr. Pope moved into town on
Monday. He occupies the house
lately vacated by Mr. Morhart, who
has moved into his own new building.
Hcv. J. M. Pryse, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, will preach at
Bed Cloud on Beit Sabbath at 11 A.
it. All are cordially invited to at
tend. Johnny Garber was up from Sa
lem last Sunday, and returned on
Monday. We are sorry to lose him
from onr community, and hope he will
soon be back agaiu.
Such weather, why did you ever
ree tho like. It is warm, day and
night. Men in their offices work in
their shirt sleeves, with the doors open
and suffer no inconveuienoe from the
Notice D. S. Helvern'a letter.
Will other threshers tell us what they
have done, that wo may get a correct
estimate of the grain raited through
out the county ?
Have vou seen that job work we
did for Calvert & Co., also for Mitch
ell & Morhart. A gentleman from
Lincoln said it looked as neat as any
thing that the Slate Journal Company
The Rgotfer was delayed last
week so that a great deal of inconve
nience was occasioned, as well as val
uable tie lost Thn proprietors tonal
hat hereafter nothing of the kind will
Christmas is coming, and will be
expected ext londsy night in Red
' Cloud! Look out for the Christmas
'tree, and its goodies. Gome out and
have a good time, and nee everybody
happy. Music will help to make the
festivities more enjoyable.
Hastings Journal : C. Bono, the
Bed Cloud Chief man, called to-day.
.He has purchased the material used in
the publication of the Kenesajr finy
and will use it iu the irabcaitoit of
his new paper the jFranklin Count?
Reporter. We suppose the Tvpus will
come out in a new dress.
Mr. Pope showed us Cutter's
Physiological Charts which he hu re
ceived. Our thanks are due him for
the use of them in the Normal School.
They are handsomely executed, and
(the illustrations are so perfect that
they only seem to need animation to
make them real.
Biverton appreciates its paper
judging from tho aatrqaage it has re!
oeived. The Kearney Gazette corres
pondent has this to ray about it:
Biverton is happy. She has a
."patent" newspaper, the Franklin
County Reporter, and begins to in
dulge in dreams of city incorporation.
Of course its republican, if anybody
nows what that is.
When a stranger cosses into the
sffice and" takes ud the Chief, what
do jou supjsbeo he is moat likely to
rean nrstr wny, lovanaDiy ne moks
at the aames of the bustoe a mea ia
jtown and to what they are 4ttaiag.
Moral Advertise, if it is only to tell
strangers that we have such .kinds of
business in our town.
tRev. Pryse preached a thrilliag
sermon last Sabbath evsasag. Aad
we would like to say to those boys who
take the back seats, and whose names
weukaow, that if they cannot oompre-
nnnd the subject of the speaker, and
'whe seen to have something of that
"pride" in their hearts of wbiosaf
poke, that common decency aad mh
respect "should ntoaapfr thsi-t';a
greater degree of attssrtioa', aad' lass
of mirth and disturbance than wp ex
hibited by them last" Suje$ay.caBg.
Have jou seeuitd yotr Cbrietasas
arssents yet ? If not, don't- Jet the
Content's pass. for lt ? 0tt
should. It is interesting to $o into
one of our stores wbera such jgga re
kept, and see the yowtf folks sfcpd by
tho counter for hit onrt trying to
iAe up then mhsas what they shall
W from the gmt ount before
dim and go teens, Jouad to givs
soma one a surprise on sue vwi
The Select and Normal School
now enrolls sixteen and more are com
ing. The elapses as now organised,
are getting thoroughly in earnest, and
show promise of a good winter's work
,in their studies. The school will dose
on Friday until after Christmas, corn
mencing again December 31st, when
(mpre are expected.
N. & Saylor, traveling salennaa
for W. II. Prtscott, music dealer,
Lincoln. Neb., made tu quite a visit
the other day. Mr. Saylor has or
dered a Smith American Organ to be
forwarded to us, which will be on ex
hibition at the Normal Schoolroom,
and will be for -ale. When it comes,
all interested in musical instruments
ere invited to call and examine,
whether they wish to purchase or not.
Seated in our chair last Friday
evening, wo were not a little surprised
to see several of tho solid men of Riv
ertoo coming through the door, and
they kept coming, headed by ono of
oar own neighbors, Mr. Fulton, until
there was scarcely standing-room.
Messrs. liohff, McDonald, Hatch and
Garver, (if we mistake not the names,)
paid their respects, and after a few
social remarks filed out sgain. Come
A. L Pound, agent for the Lin
coln Marble Works, called the other
day. He has sold several headstones
to different parties oo the other side
of the river; also one each to J. Q.
Potter and Geo. Taylor. Other orders
would have been given if our cemetery
had any permanent location. Isn't it
about time that tho people of Bed
Cloud had a bun ing ground, where
their friends iu their demise might be
laid, and protected from the beasts on
the common, and the enroaehments of
the corn field?
H. Harvey, the California travel
er, says that tho people in the Re
publican Valley aro "perfect ladies
and gentlemen." This may be a sur
prising announcement, but we are
compelled to accept the proposition as
a true one. Ho further says : "They
are at peace with themselves and all
tho world, and are satisfied with the
rest of mankind. May the ladies be
came more beautiful, and the homely
man still harder to find." We forgot
to notice that Mr. Harvey gave a very
good entertainment io Bed Cloud, and
Bufus came off victor as the "homeli
est man," while Mrs. Miksch carried
off the palm as tho hmndsowiest woman.
Died Oo Monday evening, De
cember 17th, 1877, at the residence of
her son-in law, B. B. Sberer, of this
place, Mrs. Alaiena A. Patterson,
aged 71 years, 9 months, and 11 days.
Mm Patterson was born in New
.York , u 1806. For the fast tiro
years she has been living with her
soa-inlaw in California, but she re
turned to this state, and when she was
taken sick, was visiting with her
daughter, Mrs. Sherer. She intended
to go to Pawnee City to live with her
son-in-law, Dr. G. O. Niehok, who has
returned from California. A little
over three weeks ago, Mrs. Patterson
heard tho absurd story then going
about, that San Freneisso had been
destroyed by an earthquake, and fear
ing that some of her children were
killed, she fell into a state of mental
prostration, anjl was carried to her
.bed. She continued to fail until her
deaths "She was. a consistent member
of tho Christian Church and her short
stay among us will long be remembered
by those who had the pleasure of her
acquaintance. She leaves nine chil
dren to mourn her loss, her husband
having died several years ago. Her
remains sere taken to Newton Falls,
TrumbuH Co., Ohio, to be buried.
Mr. Sherer accompanied them, leav
ing this place Tuesday evening.
Mr. J. W. Ohngetnach, a geatle
man from Saline county, called the
other day. He lives six miles south
of Friendville, and in company with 1
Martin Daily, was in nnffsuit of a
horse thief. It appears that George
B. Gillespie, of Uplands Jewell Co..
Kan., has been at work for a Mr.
Coatee, near Friendville, and having
started for smsm on Monday, the 6th
inst, ht took dinner at Mr. Obage
htach's. He stated that he was going
to Friendvillo and take the cars to
Hastings. But iastaad of this, he
went to town, then returned and at
abjout o'clock in the evening took a
horse front Mr. Ohngemaeh's stable
anaquieuy rode away. Mr. Q. start
ed in pursuit, and on Satusday last, he
came' to .this place, and ia company
W sost starts for tfce man's
honw. He found hiss cutting wood in
I this state and arrested him. Gillespie
oonsea using cne norse and dxpressad
much surprwn at bqng arrested, but
after seaiag that he was in for it, ha
coafeeawflfce deed, stating thai after
taJuuaV tfi horse, he rode him 35
turned him loosf near Alex
Thsy took brni to Saline
-IW.Slr. Post turned Gillespie
omiobjs otflbrs, aad'aftar bsy had
got -out'jbjT tftwtr-several toilet they
was not Jo hungry as the rest, for j(t
appears that he' want in one dtfc-and
out another, ajg nad oejdjw cs-
. " T
cape, ana nas tst Decs
SMALL WE CNUUME THE CHIEF?
A Fiate Talk With Onr Petrou -Aa
Appeal to 7r Buiaea Xstsr-
ssts sal Xsleria! Prosperity.
Patrons, friends, subscribers and ad
vertiser, we address this open letter
to you. We know that every mao of
enterprise desires to see a paper ia
Webster county, that shall try to ad
vance its interests. We know that if
the people feel that such a paper is
being published they will yield every
assistance in their power to make it
better. We hare heard men say in
the past, that they were taking the
paoer just to help the editor along, or
as a compliment to him. Now we are
willing that such a state of things
should continue but we wish to make
the paper of such general interest to
tho public that it will be to their own
profit to patronize it. We want to
have more reading matter, more news
home and foreign, a greater amount
of general reading matter on agricul
tural, educational or other subjects,
or, in a word, we want to make the
Bed Cloud Chief second to none in
the state as a county paper.
Just at this rime Bed Cloud is re
ceiving an amount of free advertising
which few other towns in the state are
getting. It seems a time when we
should show a lively and awakened in
terest in everything pertaining to our
materia! prosperity. Our prospects
fur a railroad, our location, the fact
that this place has been chosen as the
rendezvous of the Nebraska Summer
School of Scieuce for next season, our
beautiful and eulanted town site, and
our bright hopes for the future, all
point to a time not far distant when
we shall need a paper which shall
speak the minds of the people in pro
curing the necessary advantages which
man in his march of progress brings
to assist nature in her very lavish
But in order to make our paper bet
ter, and bring it within the rcaoh of
more readers, and give them a greater
amount of reading matter, wo uced
the hearty co-operation of every one
who takes the paper, or who wishes to
see our town and county prosper.
Now how many of our patrons will
step to the from with a H-dollar
''William" for a year's subscription in
advance if they bave alrcady;paid. and
if they have not, do so ; of how many
will take extra copies to send to their
friends iu the can, and thus within
the next two weeks, show us their ap
pieciation in behalf of Webster
county and its interests. We do not
believe io filling up our paper with
"duns," and this ia the last time we
shall mention this matter for the pres
ent, trusting oar fricods -wiH eome t
the front and help us juit now that
wo may be able to enlarge our paper,
give more and better reading. We
cannot do it without money, and un
less we get money it will be next to
impossible to attempt and greater im
provements at the preseut time. If
every subscriber will renew his sub
scription with cash, or its equivalent,
and every advertiser meet his bill
which will be presented before New
Year's, we ean do it. Our subscrip
tions are increasing, our job work
pays our running expenses, and we
hope by attentiou to business to merit
the support of every man who has the
best interests of the country at heart.
Now let us see, what we shall see.
B. E. Haward grinds scissors.
Wanted Every one who reads
this to come at once and buy your
presents at L. Baum'e. 5 21t2
If you want to make your sweet
heart a present, go to the Post Office
and get something that will be worth
the money after the holidays are past.
All sewing machines repaued.
New machines tor sale at new prices.
Old machines bought or exchanged.
Needles and attachments furnished,
by B. E. Haward, Bed C?oud. 5 20if
Don't buy any presents until you
have examined L. Baum's large stock.
B. E. Haward repairs clocks.
Christmas is Coning,
and C. Potter knows it. He has or
dered a large assortment of the best
holliday goods, among which are toilet
sets, toy tea sets and toys of every
description. He has the genuine and
original republican rooster done in
candy, and roasting ears, apples,
pears, peaches and all other kinds ot
fruit in tame And, oh! my, the
most beautiful dolls. If you don't
believe it, just go into his drug store
and see for yourself.
C. H. Potter.
vWe advice all our readers ownisg
harness, to use Uncle Sam's Harness
Oil, as we think it is the very best ar
ticle to be had. 5-13 3m
Mothers will find Dr. Winch
ell's Teethiog Syrup just the medicine
to have in the house for the chiidreu;
it will cure coids, coughs, sore throat
and regulate the bowels ; try it. Sold
by B. B. Sherer and C. H. Potter.
Distempers, coughs, colds, fe
vers and most of the diseases which
horses, cattle, sheep, hog and pool
try are subject to are readily over
come and cured by using Uncle Sam's
Condition Powder according to the
plain directions. Sold by K. B. Sher
er and C. H. Potter.
There ia no earthly boon more
precious than good health, and it be
hooves its possessor to endeavor to re
tain it. If you are assailed with such
provoking ills as tick headaches, tor
pid liver, sour stomach and a general
feeliog of weariness and disgust, don't
go and commit suicide out take
Eilert's DarHght's Liver Pills aad be
cured. Sold by B. R. Sberer and 0.
II. Potter. 5 18 3sa
m An old physician retired from ac
tive practice, hid pkeed ia his hasd
by an East Indiau mia'onary the for
mula of a simple vegetable rcmeJyfor
the speedy and permanent cure of
Coamtuprion, Bronchitis Catarrh.
Asthma, and all Throat and
Lung affections, ata a posi
tive .and radical cure for Gen
eral Debility and all nervous com
plaints, after havinc thoroujthlv te?t-d
j its wonderful curative powers ic thou
sands of cases, Feels tt his duty to
make it known to his sufferiur fellow3.
The recipe will be sent free of charge,
to all who de-tre it, with full direc
tions for preparing and successfully
using. Address, with :tauip. naming
this paper, Dr. J. C. Stone, 44 N.
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Cleaned, repaired aud altered to la
test styles. Al, ladies and gentle
men's furs made to order. Machine
sewing done. Mrs. Grcuter, rc.-idence
southwest of Mr. E. Kellogg' s. 20-tf
Disease and Death, when they
reach our cwu homesteads, are too se
rious fr jesting, we use our best ea
dcavors to drive off the dread messen
gers, and are only happy wnen we feel
that they are at a distance. At the
first approach of that fell destroyer.
Consumption, in the shape of a cough
or slight cold as well as mote severe
BroncLial or Catarrhal Cam plaints,
we should at once use Eilert's Extract
of Tar and Wild Cherry. Jt has no
superior in such cases. Every bottle
warranted to give satisfaction. Sold
by K. B. Sherer and C. H. Potter.
REPORTED BT NORTON & CO., SHIP
PERS OP GRAIN AND LIVE STOCK.
HASTINGS, Neb., Dec 17, '77.
No. 1 Spring whent bush.- -.82
No. 2 " 78 to 81
Ear Corn new ' .15
Oats " 15
Hvp A '
llVCt St 4l
jAricy -io to o
Broom Corn jj& ton $40. to$7f
Potatoes $ bunh -35
Beans "(white) 1.00 to 1 25
Castor 3eans " 65 to 70
Jive Hogs f 100 lbs.. ..$2.50 to $2.75
Dressed " " $3.50 to $3.75
Orleans, Harlan Co.. Neb.,)
November 2lst, 1877. 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 County, Neb.
The corn to be delivered within the
next ninety days. The corn to be paid
for upon the delivery of each one
hundred bushels. The right is re
served to reject any and all, bids.
18-4w Geo. H. Bobkrts.
The time'bas come when a man may
know that he will get value received
for every dollar that he invests.
Quacks and humbugs are soon venti
lated and arc compelled to take a back
seat, or be crushed by the wheel of
progress. An article must possess
real merit must be what it is repre
sented to be. Or, like tbe mushroom
at noon-day, it will soon wither and
die in the radiance of the brilliant dis
coveries of modern science. O. &
CVs Cough and Diphtheria Beniedy
can always be relied oo. It allays the
irritation or tickling of the throat,
renders expectoration eay and opens
the secretion. It is guarranteed to
do all that it is advertised to or the
money refunded to the purchaser. C.
H. Potter," ageut. 5-18-2m
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 mc in my hour
fo need, as I did you.
13tf S. Garber
Notice to Tsaeners.
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 Bed Cloud on tin
first Saturday in the months of Feb.
ruary, May, August, and November.
A. A. Pope, Co. Sup't.
NegundaJan. 5 th 1877.
Reliable O. &
C.'s Cough and
C. Hi Potter,
It ts worth more than its- own
weght in pure gold, viz : O., A C. 's
Golden Cerate. It cures sore eyes,
bums, cutaneous eruptions and old
chronic sores. Sold by C. H. Potter.
5.000 beef kidef, fpr wies Aa
5 21tf JG.
A large msjiajnst of
aad New dear's unseats at L.
fetes 1 loskt!!
Go to the Postoffoe for your School
Books. 5-1 9 tf
Save your money by subscribing for
any paper you want, at the Postomce.
Cash paid for corn enquire at the
Bed Gond Mills. 17tf,
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES
of all sixes, for all kiads of Sewing
Machines at the P.O. (17tf.)
"Tnv beat in us-." "0. & C.'a
Camphsrated Hartshorn LiniuMat, for
man or beast It can be relied on at
all ttasef. C. H. Potter, ageat
CMrtk'Ai fv WakaUr
4U4 sis ritiaa taania: ta
ar m nwfwaiii
1878. WILMS if H. FATXCnawrr.
' Xalav Iros.. atttr. 2Xt3
Yea an rcadsai .
irMSaea taawa aa
One dose of O. & C.'s Cough
and Diptheria Bemedy 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 cash prices.
Calicoes best, 20 yds, $1,00
Heavy extra grey jeans 8 M 1,00
Best towling, 15 " 1,00
Indian head sheeting, Gets a yard
Knit Drawers, 25 cts.
Mitts with calf face, 75 cts.
Indian tan back gloree 50 cte.a pair.
Wool jackets, $1,00.
Good dress furnish 10 cts.
Pearl Buttons, 5 cts. a doz.
Oar Goods are no shop worn goods
as we do not handle anything but
arstqwafity having ts best in styles,
we still proause the public to furnish
the latest and newest in the asarket,
We sell goedcaeaperand furnish bet
BEPUBLICAN VALLEY 1IEBD
Geo. H. Roberts, - . Prop.
Orleans, Jlarlan County, Neb.
Fifty choioe pigs for sale, from
Sambo II, Chain ny, Bismarck, Duke
of Ah wood, and D'L-raeli strains.
Any one you prefer ; no catalogue.
Write for particulars. Satisfaction
guaranteed or no pay. 5-201y
C. M. THOMPSON, Prop.
Cor. 1st St. and Burlington Ave.,
HASTINGS - NEBRASKA.
free Backs ts and from Depots.
Mr Fine Sample Boom in connection
with the House, for the accommoda
tion of Commercial Men.
J.C Warner Prop.
RED CLOUD - NEBRASKA.
Stages leavo this House for the
north, south, east and west. Leaves
for B. B. oa Tuesday, Thunday and
Saturday of each week. The best sta
bliog in the Bepublican Valley. Liv
ery rigs furnished for conveying pass
engers to any point at reasonable rates.
Laatfe For Solo.
We are now offering for sale on tet
ter terms aad ehenawr Uaan evar be
fore, all lands heloagias to rl 4 M
Sl Joe A D. C. aad MieVaad
Kail Road Companies ia Wr
adjoining counties. Ws alio have
wine choice claim for sale Give as
Kaley Broi. Atty's A Baal eatae
Act s Red Cloud Neb. &2tf
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP!
PARKS BROS.. Propritaca
Drw &sf Muf
BOT a..4 SHOBI
Hats? Caps. 4t
Ready Mmde Clothing !
Wt have tba Ltrfttt
Stick in the Vallty in. will
GIVE US A CA,L, ONI k ALL
47 d Bed CUueJ. If efc.
Idams founig Sank,
IlaSTINUb, AbaUSCOU.VIY, NM.
THEY ARE NO I HERE
Poat has the next thing to them in
Flketest Livrry and best Feed
Stable in lied Cloud. In connection
with the Feed Stable is a Freioiit
i J c Ho USE.
J. S POST, BSD CLOUS.
Red Cloud Sl Jew
ell City Stage Line-
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican Valley line, running
straight to Hastings.
lg&.Three regular trip? will be made
eaob week, leaving Red Cloud the
same time the stage from Hastings
QOOD BIGS AND GOOD TDd KADI OK
30-1 y D. H. GODFREY.
MADE A SPECIALTY.
Drafts on Europe bought aad sold.
Agents for several nteamahip lines.
BSTRusiness entrusted to aa will have
prompt and careful attention.
(At the Red Cloud Mill)
la where you esn get all kinds of
HATS A CAPS BOOTS A SHOF8
Ac. Ac. Ac Ac Ac.
All of which will be sold cheap far cash.
Thw f ran it now are
lib tot mat
la famish the Um
ana at mgurn at law that
KM if fttirif Dm
nm.A ahara ef tbe sb& net
rMMctfatir aetieisW. .wY
GITJE U A TMIA1,
aad be ceaviatew thai it is ta year iattrcat to patraaiae aav
PAAKS BROTH KR$.
A NEW DEPARTURE !i
THE ONE PRICE HAN.
has removed to L. M-Thompson
& Co i. old stand, CorneJ
QndSt. andHastines A.venuo,
vUn tm will fad KVKRVTI11NU ixroituuc lo . 6,.i CU- .r.
BOOTS & SHOES.
HATS S CAP.
Ac-, Ac, Ac,
THE HIGHEST CASH PRICK PAID FOR HIDK3. FUO,
aU Conalry Pradaee.
REMEMBER the place whea ia HASTINGS, aad U urc aad tell oa
Aasos Nat, at the BIGUKST ator ia towa.
A supply of LUMBE?, lath,
SHINGLES, Ac, always aa haad.
C. R. POTTER.
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
Tit Bicnsst Cash Pries Paid for
Eidss aai Furs.
Rid Cloud Drug Store.;
C. U. POTTER, Prop.
Keeps the largest and best stock of
drags, medicines, paints, and oils, to
be found in the Republican valley.
99 Prescription carefully compoun
ded, day or night.
WIBS1 ESI m.
Van pyke 1c Snvelter.
Plasterers 4 StiMwaiiii.
We are prepared to take contracts
aad do all kiads of work ia onr line at
reasonable prices. Satisfaction gaar
anteed, aad ail kinds of stoef aad
grata taken in exehaasje for work.
far Cistern work a specialty.
kcsclcs . . nxuwLxnu.
RED CLOUD .
SEL'T & NORMAL SCHOOL.
The WiaterTcrai of this Iostitation will cjmtnooc on
Tuesday. Dec. 11, 1ST7,
And will continue twelre wek uudcr tbe ifiiru;3n of a coixitni
corjw cf tpachera. U
Tbja i school preneata an opmrtnaity for pupiU to aojtiir a 5rt tlt.
lfluh education at ehaper tatea thaaaay "ther choi of u oIs i
the Wtlt. It ! dividad iktn Ian rt....nnt.- . t'. .!.-. I ....
deals and lyouuf teachers, the othtr Tor jounj acbolara. ur tlit Ku
u P I1 cut half ob cnteriac the school, the rcajaiodcr t tL
middle ef the term.
formfeed at from $2 50 to $3.00 per week: farm ncduw uieo t i art
payaseat. It is demrable that panils brisg each books m thir bate
aad ha nreeent thefm day.
LNSTOTCT10N GIVEN jtf VOCAL MUSIC.
Tketeaehers will spare ao naiae to make this schcolhome agrccib n
and pleasant, and will strife to inil ta the mind of tbe pup.U a itm
ciple of trnth and recital..
For farther paniealers, Ac. address,
CAS. W SfKtfOKU.
IW Cload, WeUtcr Co., Ncbr. Not. 1877.
smm wire un
Cm. J. B. fMTkwe a C. Chtaae, IS
Red Cloud Mills!
We are prepared ti di cut
Com Mil Hale,
fan Satisfaction guaranteed io
aualiry of flour sold, and custom
woak. Faraiers rhould be particubrr
to secure the best of eedwheat.
Potter & Frisbie!
RED CLOUD A SMITH CKNTKR
Connecting at Red Goad with the
Republican River Stage Line.
Three regular trips a week, arriring
aad departmr from Red Cload at the
same time the stage from the railroad
FARE VERY LOW.
alL J. X. ITllOt, Prtf.
Red Cioub C
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its eossmnnieatioBs from all parts of the conntv. u mat tba tar"
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ENVELOPES. CIRCULARS and BLA5 K NOTES or any -
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