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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1878)
mDER LPMBER YARD.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
1 'jVoCfees w this ColumnlO Cents a Line
Piy lie printer.
Fine weather nowadays.
Look and see whether there is an
X on yor,ppe.r.or,jpt
We lesm that the threshing ia
nearly all donetbrougbeut the county.
TLe music in the Sunday School
adds much to the ibterest and attend
.ance. Mr. Monier, of Beaver Creek,
raiwd 105 acres of small grain last
When you have ten minutes to
.spare go and bother some one who
ThoB. Moelle has been appointed
postmaster at Beachamville, Nuckolls
We.wish to thank our friends tor
their kindness to us during our late
We understand that a chapter of
the Eastern Star will be organized
Notice the "ad" of D. D. Mearns
,on our .first page. Steajn,up and
It was pleassnt to greet our
friends about town after getting up
The meetings last week were at
tended quite well considering the state
of the weather.
JVTr. Pope is behind the counter
at Garber's store ready to deal out
goods to customers.
We learn that a teas named Lew
is, living north of town, lost his house
not long tince by firo.
Mr. J. N. Burkhead husked,
hauled two miles, and unloaded 107
bushels, of corn in 15 hours.
The County Superintendent of
Butler county, Mr. Henderson, is in
sane. We did not learn the cause.
31. L. Thomas, ox-Chief editor,
has bq-4gbtieCa?s County Chronicle
of Fox and Glover, and is again an
J. R. Allen, of Eckley. husked
85 bushels of corn between sunrise aud
sunset, taking an hour and a half for
rest at uoon.
Who will volunteer in this county
to assist Prof. Bailey in his signal
.weather service? See his letter in an
Mr. Pope has bought the house
formerly belonging to Mr. Thomas,
and rented it to Mr. Cather, who
came here last fall.
We arc informed that an Agricul
tural Institute to continuo two weeks,
.will bo held in Lincoln within the
month of February.
Tbo land in T. 3, R. 9 is nearly
all sold to actual settlers. A. Mr.
Merrill, from Illinois, lately came in
.and bought a tract
Over ONE HUNDRED and
FIFTY DOLLARS are due to us for
subscription alone, for papers sent to
,the Red Cloud postoffice.
Rev. Reilly wishes us to say that
he wishes a grand rally next Tuesday,
of men and teams for the purpose of
.hauling lumber for the new church.
A little -boy tf Mr. McBride's
was run over by a loaded wagon one
.day last wsek, but fortunately no
bones were broken. He is very lame,
Don't you know what that red
cross opposite your name means? It
means that your time of subscription
has run out, and yon are requested to
Mr. F. N. Winton, lately from
.Ocouomowoc, Wis., is in town visit
ing and looking about the country.
He is much pleased with the country
and will remain all winter.
Rev. Guild, who has been doing
such a good work at River ton, will
visit Red Cloud in a few weeks at
.which time, .it is hoped that a move
for temperance will be made.
Gov. Garber, with his wife, visit
ed his home last week. We were
sorry that sickness prevented us see
ing him. Wo understand he proposes
to build a residence in town next
Mr. J. A. Crumpton, who has
been clerking for S. Garber, after
marrying one of our fair yeung ladies,
took his departure for St. Joe last
Thursday. He has gone into a whole
aale store there.
The Republican City New copies
the judge's seutencefbr'selEog whisky
to minora and says: 'What might
have been in Harlan county any day
of the week, if fathers protectjd
,their sons with the force of the law."
If there is an X on your paper,
plea.e know that your tine of sub
Msription haa expired, and that we are
ia great jted qf nyoey,und &at your
.subscription will help us to get out of
debt. ' .Come, now, we must have
Gen. JohnO'Neil, the defeated he
ro of Ridgeway, in the day of Feni
anitni, and.Iater an organiser of color
aies of his countrymen in Nebraska,
died at maha last weak. Ilia fewer
altook pipe .on Itiday, and the Irish
pi Osuha all united in paying their
respects to him. He was buried in
;hc cemetery of the Holy Sepnkhrt.
If you see Kaley s dear . deer,
don't shoot it.
C. W. Kaley went to Lincoln yes
Homeless men and women in
jnanleps hopes, should read Mrs.
Mr. Wike, of Thomasville, made
us a pleasant call, and rattled some
silver in our face.
Strated A pet deer. Any on
returning the same will be properly
rewarded H S. Kalky.
Mitchell k Morhart hailed us lor
some more job work. Oar patrons
will pleate be patient, and we will fill
their orders as fast as possible.
J. M. Barton, of Oriole, Kansas,
had a aiule stolen from a stable at Hast
ings, last Thursday night. He passed
through town on his way to Hastings,
Tuesday. The mule is iron grey,
with a scar on right hind foot.
Mr. W. N. Richardson made us
feel grateful the other day by deposit
ing in our greedy fist a five-dollar bill,
in payment for subscription ; and he
pays for. more than one copy. Come,
and do likewise.
A new school house has been built
in Mr. McKune'u district, of "Nebras
ka brick" and "Nebraska tiling." It
is neat and comfortable, and is much
more satisfactory than a big house
with heavy bonds upon it. Mrs. Me
Ardle is teaching the school this win
ter. At a recent meeting of the Liter
ary Club, it waj voted that the society
consider itself a committee to confer
with the bondsmen of the proprietors
of the Star Saloon, and state to them
their own, and the sentiment of the
people generally, in regard to the
management of the concern. If we
must have saloons, let us have decent
The Omaha Herald says that in
recent scandal case in Smith county,
Kansas, a lady witness declined to an
swer a question, and the attorney de
manded hit reason. "Because it is
not fit to tell to decent people."
"Oh, woll," said the lawyer, "just
walk right up here, and whisper it to
J. S. Cobeldick is experimenting
with the mammoth diamond wheat
having ker els three-quarters of an
inch in length ; and if he succeeds in
getting 75 bushels per acre, which we
verily believe he can do, we want our
name writ high on Granite Bluff as
the original introducer of the first five
thousand of the seeds. Newt,
We have scvcial thousand of those
seeds, which we will sell or give away
to any one who wants them.
From our eastern paper we learn
of the deaths of Rev. O. R. Wilson
and his wife, of Surry, Me., which
occurred over a month since. Rev.
Wilson, with his family, came to Ne
braska in the spring of 1873 and set
tled at Overton, in Dawion county.
He with his brother, William, al
so a Methodist minister, were the pi
oneer preachers in Western Nebraska;
both on the Platte and upper Repub '
Ilican rivers. But Rev. Otis became
somewhat discouraged after having
been here a year, and he returned to
Maine. They have many friends In
Maine and Nebraska, and after living
together lor many years, in death
thoy are not divided.
The Red Cloud Select and Nor
mal School is flourishing almost be
yond what we dared to hope. Started
amid obstacles, which hindered on
very side, it has steadily grown into
public favor and every week brings
new students. Tne people of the
town should feel interested in the pro
gress of this school, as it has already
been a benefit to them in some way ;
especially those who trade' or take
boarders. We are confident that the
school would be larger to day than it
is, if it had larger and more commo
dious rooms, and there were greater
opportunities for boarding.
It is rather late to mention onr
new officers, but it is "better late
than never," they say. J. A.Talleys
succeeds himself at the clerk's' desk.
and E. H. Jones stands beside kito at
his old place ready to take in the
county money. J. R. Willcox suc
ceeds Judge Tulleysin the adminis
tration of justice. J. D. Post, who
has made his mark as precinct con
stable, now is promoted to the sheriff
alty, in place of H. C. Bill. 4 A." A.
Pope still watches over the education
al interests of the county. Dr. Sher
er succeeds 3. C. Coon as coroner.
W. E. Thorn, our popular surveyor,'
has succeeded himself several times,
and still he surveys. L. H. Luee is
his own successor in the commission
er's chair, J. H. Hobart is chair
man, and G. W. Ball makes up the
A temperance flood swept over
our sister town, Riverton, which we
Tan XsstaakA Valutaer Wittier
- Service. "
The accurate and foil knowledge of
the distribution of ain over onr state
m of great importance to the agricul
tural interest of the people and to
J rAyricel-science. No general system
of observation ia in operation where
by .the people, especially the farmers,
can learn how much rain haa fallen
during the season, or bow thit fall
compares with that of past seasons.
This knowledge is,not only of scientific
importance,. bnt of high practical val
ue, since the amount" ot rainfall, and
its distribution, .each season neces
sarily influences the condition of the
crops. A full system .of reports will
soon enable the people to decide n
number of practical questions which
depends on this knowledge r of our
climate. In order to supply this de
ficiency it is proposed .to establish a
system of weather stations siuular to
those proposed by the "International
Meteorological Congress," and now in
successful operation in .Iowa and a
number of other etatee; to be known
as "The Nebraska Volunteer Weather
It is not intended to invade the field
already occupied by the signal service,
the aim being to study ae carefully
as possible the climate' of the state.
The only instruments absolutely neces
sary are a rain-guagc and scale, which
will be famished at oot Any other
instruments desired will be furnished
at cost. The cost of rsin-guage and
scale will not exceed $1 with gradua
ted glass cylioder (the most accurate
tneaaure) the cost will not exceed $3.
All blanks for records will be faraiah-
ed in duplicate, one set to be retained
and the other to be forwarded at the
end of the month to Lincoln. Full
instructions for recording all phenom
ena that can be observed without in
strumental aid will be furnished vol
unteers. Rr porta will be furnished to
press of the utate monthly.
Volunteers are requested from every
county in Nebraska. Please forward
your names at once. If sufficient en
couragement is received work will
commence with February 1st, 1878
It is proper to Ptate that thii work is
undertaken under the auspices of the
Agricultural uoilege of the state uni-
-W advise all onr readers owaieg
harness, to nse Uncle Sam's Harness
Oil, as we think it is the very heat ar
ticle to be had. 5-18-3m
Motwmj will fad Dr. Wiaeh-
eD's Teething Syrup just the Median
to have in the boat for the children;
it will cure colds, coughs, sore throat
and regulate the bowels ; try it. Sold
by R. R. Sherer and C. H. Potter.
DiSTBMPma, coughs, colds, fe
vers and nwat of the diseases whisk
horses, cattle, sheep, bags and peal '
try are sabjeet to era readily evert
come and eared by using Unele Seat's
Conditio Powder according to the
plain directions. Sold by R. R. Shar
er and C. H. Potter. 5 18 -3m
Diskaji and Death, whan they
reach oar own ho stes tends, are toe se
rioas for jesting, we nee ear beat en
deavors to drive off the dread snesssa
gers, and are only happy when we feel
that they are at a distance. At the
first approach of that fell destroyer,
Consnmptioa, ia the shape of a cough
or slight cold as well as mote severe
Bronchial or Catarrhal Complaints,
we should at once use Eilert's Extract
of Tar and Wild Cherry. It has ao
superior ia such cases. Every bottle
warranted to give satisfaction. Bold
by R. R. Shcrer aad C. H. Fetter.
An aid phyrieiaa retired from ac
tive practice, had placed ia hi hands
by an East Iodian suiMtoaary the for
mula of a simple vegetable remedy for
the speedy aad pcrssaacat care of
Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh,
Asthma, and all Throat sad
Lang affections. aU a posi
tive aad radical cure for Gen
eral Debility aad all nervous eoav
plaints, after having thoroughly tested
its wosMterfal curative powers in thou
sands of eases, feels it his dutv to
sake it knowa to ha safaris fellows.
The recipe will be seat free of charge,
to aQ who desire k. with fuH direc
tions for preparing and saccesafaUy
nsisg. Address, with atassp. nassiag
this paper, Dr. J. C. Stoni, 44 N.
fiiatb street, Philadelphia, Pa.
It is worth more thaa its owa
weight ia pare gold, vis : O. 4C.'i
Golden Cerate. It cares sore eyes,
bams, eataacous eruptions and old
ahroaie sores. Sold by C. H. Potter.
REPUBLICAN VALLEY HERD
WtPOETXD BT50BTONC 00.,
PSB8 OF GBAIH AMD UTS STOCg-
Hastings, Neb., Jan. 14, '77..
No. 1 Springwhaat V bash..-.80
1.9 V. Jt ......JO
Jcisr Corn new ...... ....... ...... 15
Shelled oorn .......17
Uats.. . . ... lo
rye. md to ii
Barley 15 to 38
Broom Corn $ too $60. to$75
Potatoes... .. bush.. ..35
Beans- - "(white) 1.00 to 1 50
Castor Beans "...............70 to 75
is anCaT W tl tant j mmimmmmnmi uU
Live Hogs 9 100 lbs. -42.50 to $2.75
Dressed "....M" -.$3 25 to $3.60
Farmers, Lock Esrs.
I will set hedge for all those wish
ing work of that kind done, and in
sure n stsndof live plants.
5-24 3m Wm. W. Bun If ILL.
Geo. H. Roiikxs, - - Pnor's.
Mesas, Barton Caaary, JVeo.
P o0 P for sale, from
Sambo II, Champy, Bismarck, Dnks
of Ahwood, and IT Lraell strains.
Any one you prefer ; no catalogue.
Write for particulars. Satisfaction
guaranteed or no pay. 5201y
C. Jsf. THOMPSON, Fhp.
Cor. 1st St and Barliagtoa Ave.,
HASTINGS - NEBRASKA.
vemty, Linoolo being the central sta- L. .. . Y . Jr T ...
tion; and that for my services as di- Notion is herby g iven, That I will
receive no pecuniary
rector 1 shall
Papers throughout the state are re
quested to copy. Resp'y yours,
Gilukt E. Bailxy, Director.
E. B. Fairtikld, President.
University of Nebraska.
BT H. H. C.
"For the Red Cloud Chief.
Continuous labor, with hands or in
On one thing alone, until it is wrought;
Narrowly watchiug each part of the
'Till the end is attained, is my joy am?
I am terribly vexed if children or wife
Needlets infringe on this joy of my
Unless I'm diverted by friend or by
I'm npt io such cases, all sense to
t, j forego.
To findwhere I'm situate, with smile
or with frown,
You must look on the back, nearly up
to the crown.
Programme of Teachers' Inrtiute to be
- ieUat'Inavilt, Jna, X, 1176.
9-10. Circaktioa of the blood, by
1011. Common fractions, by Mrs.
1112. .Physical geography, by C.
12. U. S. history, by A. L.
23. Select reading, by Miss
Laura Dixon and Gurtie Sherer ; es
says, by A. a. Pierce 'and O. tt.
3 5. The improvement of our
schools; discussed by Mr. J. Bailey, O.
B, Downs, Miss Ladtow, C. W.
Sprrnger, Daniel Wegener, -and Miss
Lecture in the evening, by Bt.
J. 34. Pryse.
Persons of either sex who mav be
interested in helpngte start a Wo
men's Industrial Home, please ad-.
dress Mrs H. H. Clark; Red Cloud;
Webster. county, Neb., Inclosing nine
cents in aostags stamps, to insure a
return answer to questions proposed,
and to give particulars as to plan of
Mrs. Clark has opened a Laundry,
aad is ready to do'wasung and iron
ing, by ths piece or doxea. 5 25t2
amine nil persons who may desire to
offer themselves as candidates for tea
chers of the primari or common schools
of Webster county, at Red Cloud on the
first Saturday io the months of Feb.
ruary, May, August, and November.
A. A. Pope, Co. Sup't.
Rkliablk 0. & C.'s Cough and
Diphtheria remedy. C. H. Potter,
agent. 5 18-2m
One dose of O. k C.'s Cough
and Diptheria Remedy is sufficient to
datUiy you of the superior merits of
the remedy and one bottle to cure the
worst cold. C. H. Potter, agent.
WUIiaa H. PatUraoa. Plaiatif.
Blixa E. Patterson. Defendant.
To Elica B. Patterson, Bon-rerident, de
Yon are hereby no tiled taat William H.
Patterson commenced an action agai ft you
in the L'istrict Court in and for Webster
Connty and fi'ed his petition therein : the
object aad prayer of said petition is a decree
of dirorce from the bonds of matrimony now
existing betwten yon and said plaintiff.
Toa are repaired to aeswer said petition
on or before the 4th day of FebrSkry, A. D,
1871. WILLIAM H. PATTERSON.
Kaley Bros., att'ys. 52215
free Backs to tad from Beptts.
aw Fine Sample Room in connection
with the House, for the accommoda
tion of Commercial Men.
J. C. Warnsr Prop.
REDCIOUD - NEBRASKA.
Stages leave this House for the
north, south, east and west. Leaves
for R. R. on Tuesday, Thursday 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.
Lands For Safe.
Wc are now offering for ! on bet
ter terms aad cheaper than ever be
fore, all lands beloegici to K. A M.
St. Joe & D. C. and Midland Pcic
Rail Road Companies in Webster aad
adjoiaisg count if. W- aJo have
some choice claims for sale. Givs as
Kaley Broc Atty's A Real estae
Agt's Red Cloud Neb. 2if
Dry Good mn4
BOOTS aaad SHOE
HatSi Caps. &
Ready Made Clothing .'
Wo have the Largott
Stick in tko Valloy an will
not bo undersoil
GIVI US A CALL. ONI A ALL
47 Re Cloned, afofe.
ta. f.1, Ink.
tSTIMQb, AOaMSCOUMlT, ma.
BOOf AND SHOE SHOP!
PARKS BROS.. Propriters.
This trm i at
asade of the beat seal
to famish lit b&IKa fik SMMVra
aad at ageres ss lew thai a Md a Wr.
All Ki of ifopaJriM Oono Wit Hoataooo a
U $' - "r'
eraE U A TBIAL
M is le year isiervtt le satrvetse aa
A NEW DEPARTURE !
A General Banking Businsss
MADE A SPECIALTY.
Drafts on Europe bought aad sold.
Agents for several steamship lines.
aasTBusiness entrusted to us will have
prompt and careful atteation.
Go to ths Postoffice for your School
Save your money by subscribing for
any paper you want, at the Postoffice.
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES
of all sixes, for all kinds- of Sewing
) Machines at ths P. O. (17tf.)
Cash paid for con
Red Cloud Mills.
"Twbest in us?." uO. k C's
Camphorated Hartshorn Liniment, for
man or beast. It can be relied oa at
all times. C. H. Potter, egeet.
THEY ARE NO T HERE
Pest has the next thing to them in
Flutist Livkry and best Fko
Stadli in Red Cloud. In connection
with the FtED Stab lk is a Freight-
J. D. POST, SID CLOUD.
Red Cloud fc Jew
ell City Stage Line.
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican Valley line, running
straight to Hastings.
BJThree regular trips will be made
each week, leaving Red Cloud the
same time the stage from Hastings
000D 1105 AMD QOOD TDOI fcUDl OX
D. H. GODFREY.
$.000 beef hides, far whisk the
highest price will ha paid.
good, not such a flood as destroys all
iu its way, but like inundations of the
Nile, bringing comfort to all within' its
influeqqe. Rev. H. A. Guild, of Jo.
niata, organised a lodge of Good
Templars there, numbering5 over 70."
He aUo obtained 250 signers to the
Red Ribbon. Among -the ,Good
Templars are such men as McDoaald,
O'Sullivau, Shepardson, Weston aad
the "L O. G: T. editor. Itiniade a
pretty clean sweep, aad the towa is
now pledged to temperance, vt This is
a grand step in (the right direction,
and wa hope that the men of river
ton who have thus fakenT ibis bold
step for truth nnd temperance will
xtand ty tne pieaga, yiauga;iae,
aea?ens fiaD " ' -;
The success of the leading literary
paper of the West, the Chicago
Ledger, is truly remarkable. Since
its introduction, to the readiag public,
ix years ago, the L$dgmr haa steadily
advanced in atvor,.and is 'now ac
knowledged seeoad ta no paper of the
kind in the eoantry. Iu circalatioa
is national, and has been obtained
through the dfarts-af its. wabaaher
to produce a paper of hh snoral'
character, and at the' seme time atH it
at a price consistent with the present
The Guide Rock House nnd prop
erty connected therewith, is for sale on
reasonable teraas. For further pertic
aters inquire of the proprietor or at
5-23t4 Wax. Sslllf,
Van Dyke eV me!?er
Plastsrers 4 Stonemassns.
We are prepared to take contracts
and do all kinds of work in our line at
reasonable prices. Satisfaction guar
anteed, and all kind of stoek aad
grain taken ia exchange for work,
tan Cistern work a specialty.
THE ONE PRICE
has removed to L. AI- Thorn v
ndbt. arid Has;Uiic:s Avenufl
wUn you .ill iJ UVKBYTHISO p,n.i, to . 1ni4u,, T
bam. . - CROGSRIISJ.
BOOT8 & 8HOES.
Till HIOUSST CASH PCI PAID roIIIDB8. tUtt, !
Daurun... . " -'"' l'roduc.
KMEMBIB Ik, pl. .h i. AHTISU8. ,ni Un ,.i
Aaioh Mat, u tk, BIOOKST aiot i. i.
(At the Red Cloud Mills)
Is where you can get all kinda ef
HATS k CAPS BOOTS k 8HOFS
Ac. Ac. Ac. Ac. Ae.
AU of which wiUbe sold ehcepfsreesh.
SEL'T & NORMAL SCHOOL?
The Winter Tarsi of this Iastitatiea wiU eeaiaieaes en
Tuesday. Dec. 11, 1877,
And will ooatiaee twelvs weeks, nadarlhe iaatmetios ef a eomMtent
corps cftsaehers. w
L'llr,i."Ci,u' ' 'renU " opportanitv for rpil to arquir a Iril !aas
hngJirh ducaiion at cheaper tales thsuaaf other aahosl of its fJasa le
newest. It is divided into two d0fatiuer.U; on for advaeced sis
2?!H!i V01!! !?!f ' lB bpifw kM. w thsae was
caa read f acntry in the Feertb Rsadsr.
i!''""'!!. the remsieear at tha
rumim f aaw
Intending to get ap a ekas in instra
meoul nimo ia Red CtoadIehoald
be pleased to hear front aay desiring
instruction in tha art. Recess sssfds
dons, if required. Terns: Ten dol
lars per twenty-four lessons; part
peysseat in advance.
5-23tf Jawrje Pbtu.
hope will leave lasting efeces for Laard-tisoes. That they have succeed
ed; aad well, too, the thousands of
readers of the Ledger scattered frost
Maianto Texas aad from Oregon to
Florida wDl bear teetisaoay. The
Chicago Ledger is a large forty-eight
e rami weekly neper, which eeataine
stories both eensplete and eoatiaaed,
wtteach,nabetgwnttea by the best
-authors of the day, and n great variety
of iaforssatioa intereatiag ta every
one. The. snhaeriptioa price ot the
Ledger U ealy $1 60 pet year, postage
aid, and k ia equal ia every particu-
kr ta other papers of tha same char
acterwaion seH tor $3 a year. Three
copies f this valsable paper will he
sent' to aay one- wha aeads 10 cests
Jind taeiFaddraes to the Ledger, Ckh
The tisse has cosse when a man may
know that ha will get value received
for every dollar that ha iaveats.
Qaacks aad hanthngs are aaaa veati
lated aad are eossneTled ta take a back
scat, or he crashed by the wheel of
progress. An arbefte mast pajsaes
real merit mast be what it is repre-
seated to he.- Or, Hke tae aaahiaani
at noaaday, it will aooa wkhar aad
ana ia tha rndianea ef the hriMtaet aW
eavariai of modern inisnes. O. 4
CaCeach aad DiatAsm aUsaedv
eaa alwarn ae retoea eav- u
irriutioa or tieaJaaraf tha
Keeps constantly on hand n full line of
Harases, Collars, Saddles, Whips,
Horse Blankets, Combs, Brashes,
Harases Oil and everything
usually kept ia a first-class
The ILrheit Cask MocraUftr
final and Tan.
Rsl Cltiii Dmi Sttrt.!
C.B. POTTER, Prop.
Keeps the largest aad best stock of
drags, nsedkiaee, paints, aad oils, ta
be foand ia the RepabKeaa valley.
af Ptetcriptien carefwMg ewasawaa
dedt sky or night
A supply of LUMBEV, lath,
SHINGLES, Ac, alwajs an hand.
C R. POTTER,
wiMiim cm. aBSsiasKA
--ww. .w. w Mi ri ruvaii MUaiKi. SB
pssnta a sris
n... v -. "" -'" 'waiiWbo
-Jrr:.":JV,l?rrr.",..t -5L--- Mmenh.
i y r , , rnwm m tne ssieaa ef the
ciple af train aad racka4.
Far rartaar paruealars, Ac, address
Sad CWad, Webster Co., Nebr. N
Cnas. W. Srsisasa,
er C. Bonis,
Red Cloud Miirs!
RID CLOUD A SMITH CINTBB
Connecting at Bed Goad with the
Repablieaa River Stage lies.
Three regular trips a week, arrivinf
aad departing fross Bed Goad at the
sasae tisse the stage from the raikeed
FARE VERY LOW.
BiL J. x. iniow, ?wf
tha Msratiaaa. It ia aaanaaaseal ta
do all thai it is advertised as ar tha
se releeded te the smrceaaef . C
H. PoUer, ageat 5-18-2ai
r-THsaxia ao aarthrv hoes
pvacioas thaa good health, aad k he
aaevee ftspesaasaar ta eaneaTsr ta re
uia k. If yoa are aesailfd with each
DravokinsT Oh as sack hendsehee, tor
pid fiver, sour nossaeh aad a genera)
feeling af weariness aad difcaet, dew't
go 'aad cosaairt saicida nat take
fni Ml iF Hmle.
Eilert's Davnght'a Liver PSaanad ha
aaaSatislaetion gaaraatssd or
saalky af Soar sold, aad ctstom
woan. Farssers rheald he particalar
ta eeaara tha hast af seedwfacat.
Potter 4 Frisbie!
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Red Cloud C
Whsa yon wish U rsabseribe for n newspaper, TBI CHIKf. .
ta cumniBsicatioos ftotu all parts ef the county, is just tks pep.
iad to tost frv-eds is the Eat, that thea? ssay kaow sore of tks fer
tile aad prsdaetivc Republican) Vulley. THK CHI ait, w.tk i:a faH
columos of locals, ia just the neper yoa want far yosrwlvea iLat y
may know west in happenisg to your neighbor. THK CHiE', with
.U editorial notes, ujast the psper that yea need is crdar that joo star
25fJLh,t of f"1 inteieat ia oceamag at hoaae aoi abroad. Till
CHIEF, with Ks large and npiilj inerearinf aixeaJatioa, ujit tha pa
par that will sacst the wan fa of advsrtit ers, ta bringing befera its iad
;2H,rnUw,u THI CHIEF, with iU aseiHiice fcr JOB PMfM
IG, hsvtac secared
Z k f if Ia das Ztinht. Z
Is jest the Oaass where yew waat U get year
Cards, Posters, Letter-Pleads,
Bill-Heads, Q ote Heads,
INVELOFES. CIBCULA4? aad BLAJfX NOTES ar any spesaae esV
JOB WORK. '
AKD COMNEJtCIAL MEN.
Vifl f od it ta their intent ta r-'
"arutam praseat thaa THE CHIEF.
THE CHIEF. What Wtnsr
ONLY 2.00 A. YILA.IT !
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