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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1878)
BAOiiKKU MUKU AKi. NA-M'lMiS NAB
BADGER LUMBER-YARD. IlAjTINft "K1.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
Lrb&il, J & b .! C4I
PUBLISHED EVKKY THURSDAT AT
SID CLOUD, NE3RAS2A.
BORIN & SPRINGER,
Eatlten ntad Proprietor.
lxtl dtft:!tjp i SHutt rt-M
"Eternal Vigilance is the price jf Liberty ;
far is the price of ike Red Chud Chief.
-rr AW ttciat 4ttmtt
N 0 2ti. t ;rkl fr is adtsrf.
BED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO., Nftj-SK A, THURSDAY. JAN. 24. 1S7S
I2.C0 per year, Invariably in Ad7aee.
Subnorihoxt who do notrercire thdr a
rer rejrnlnrly. will center a favor by notify
ing ok of the factntoncc.
Corr-pondenpe r olicitd from all partfof
the County ami Ht;ite, on matter? of torn: ml
r Merest. ... , .
Jn vn ciiyr arc v;r re.)onsijif' Jor the
vi'ncx 01 rpii:iniisnf -U' n.s.i ' t'f.
V,'e do not ili!ixk'i;.i!,itiri 'i "n
nnd an mimical vtnx. Ahciy gitr
Istcnl noticc. to insure iiiHitinn,
mvxt he hntflnl in us tatty us Wed
A. S. iRd'ick He.itriee. U.S. Senator
Alrin F-iunders. Oiauhn. U. F- Senator.
Fratilc Welch Hei.rcients.tivc.
.SILAS GAHBKK. Governor. Linroln
rnuiT?ichi'cW. Sec i Mute
J. U Vt in. Lin ln. Audit r.
J.C. McHri'ie. .. TrenurT
(lro.il. !t jt.ail3. Att'y 'iett.
8. It. Iho '. son. Linc'jlu. Fay. I'ut lus'run.
tlso. 15. Like. Omaha. ChieUsetice.
DanMiaiiU..Nchrka''il7. I Associate Jui.
Sain liMaxtTcll. MrliRiouthi
J. A.TnlIoys. County Clerk.
K. II. .loncn. Treasurer.
J. It. WiSlcox. Probate Judge.
J. D. Post. Sheriff.
A. A. Pope.
It. It. Sln'rr.
W. K. Thorn.
G. W. Ball.
h. H. Luce.
J. II. JJob&rL
Ffv. J. T. iMn.xn.will preach on the 2nd
SaMiatli of ench mor.th nt '1 A M.
Rev. Geo O Ykikkk th- firM ."nbbnth at H
A. K mid the 2nd tsabhath r-vcniri;
Rev J. m. J'ijk. the -Ith t-ubbnth at 11
A. M.. and theSni Sabbath ev nhitr.
Rev. C. RriM.y. prtaebes tho lt Sabbnlh in
the o.nt.th t Pill a School houf; nt 1012
A. M. and nt Red Cloud at 7 V. M. 2nd Fnb
bath at Htiuinu-IV nt Id 1-2 A. M. and at Pen
n-y retk at :t P. M. 3nl Sabb:th at Red
Cloud n 11 A. it. an J nt Cliainn'a at 3 P. M.
th Habba'h at G de Rock, at 11 A. M and
at EIinCrtk utXP AI.
Rabhoth "cbool o ury Sabbath inorninR
at 10 a. u. Closes at 11.
Mr? II. A. HnwAHD. Sunt.
Band e.r Horic uicrtx every ulternatelhurB
day . tnirB at C;r) r. u.
Arrival nud Deparlnrc of .Valla
from J lie IC.mI Cloud I. O
Dastikrs leaven "ondsy. vVlnodny!.nJ
Fridnyjnt 7 a.m. 'I ue.days'. Thursday
noii fca'nidajs at 3 am. Arnvts every
day at & 30 p ra.
IIakvahu lcnej A!ondaj and Thursdays at
7 a. m.. arrives Wtduetd.iysuud Satu.dj8
ctG p. in.
Fkai klin. Koins east, Mondays nnd Ihurs-
dnjs at 2 p. ui. (Joing wst Tucduyg auil
Fridayi a 9 a in.
JbWFLi. Kant-HP. leaves Tuednj?. Thursdays
and bmurdayj1 atS a m . arrie Alomiajs,
S odnedaa..iri L'riday?at6p m.
Rubki.. KanFa. I-i-vtn M'JDdiyt. Wednes
days and Iri laj; a' 7 n m . arrives Tua
day. Thurhrfayj anrf Suntavj at fi p. xn.
Othce opon fnwn 12 m. until I p. :n. Suntays.
All regi8tnrej in.it ter mu.-rt b in 'y7 .'!) p iu
M uey iifcr l.usii.cff cloths at7l-2 p. m.
&o erien issued m Sinn ay.
At. U.JlcXtrT. P. M.
I. O. O. F.
Ukd Clup LnpfiK. No. C4 I 00 F
.mejtciery SaturtiiT nicht in
'tho Aa?unic Hall. Jffinbers of
other LuiKesarceinfiaHy invitoi
to atli vtt. W. O, Scoit. N. 0.
J. ETtl.". Kcc'y.
A. V Sc. A in.
THARlTy Lopgk No. 53 Rcrf Clouif,
rfteb.meetb Fiirfav eveniiiKS on or be
fore full moon. Vifitinjr brothers, in
'jrood standm?. are cordially invited
to attend. .1 A. i L liLiUli?. W. Af.
J. L. Jfit.S'. in'
Chief Justice Gantt, dcc;ded the
town.ihip (Ug-iniz.ttinn act unconstitu
tional and void ; based on the propo
sition thit the hill contains matter not
embraced under tho title. Good bye,
Mr. Organization, we shall not inus
Maplk Gnovn Farm,
Web.-.tpr Co.. Neb, Jan. 16, '7S I
Mr. rDiTOit, Dear Sir: Having
a few leisure moments I will improve
thea by dropping you a few lines.
Everything glides along smoothly and
pleasantly all is peace and happiness
iu this neighborhood now, and has
besn ever since the 1st of this mouth.
VTe have been having some splen
did meetlugs in the past two or three
weeks, both at the Penny Creek School
-louse aud also at the Hummel School
House. I never enjoyed myself bet
ter, and I never saw a congregation
of members enjoy themselves better,
and there has been a goodly number
of new converts made to rejoice
with us and go on their way rejoicios
in the love of God. We have had
javery fine weather so far in attending
our meetings pleasant as summer
through tho day, aud verv pleasant
and moonlight nights, and we consider
that we are blessed all around on ev
ery tide and thank Almighty God
for past blessings and for the future
I have not much to write at pres
ent, but would just say that I never
saw such fine weather in any country
but Nebraska the "Great American
Desert" where we can raise good
crops through the summer and gather
them (as we are just in the depth of
corn gathering) in the winter; while
our eastern farmers are closely housed
up by deep snow and cold weather,
holding a chair down by a rousiDg big
fire while we are enjoying the pleas
ure of a beautiful dry winter, with
Dot enough snow to cover the clods of
a plowed field, and we can go out and
huik corn in our shirt sleeves and
bareheaded, and through the night
the ice does not freeze to exceed on-j
- inch., &e. Nothing more.
I). S. H.
The 2. & H. B. B. Co., Sold Cut Induce
n:cnts fcr a Settlement of their
Last Saturday Mr. J as. Laird, as
Hfeent for the B. & M. R R. Co., sub- Negro's enfranchisement or the ss-luitu-d
infcrujally to our county com-' curing of his civil rights. Mrs. Gage
luiioiirrf a proportion looking to tho spoke of women's titties l we the
settlement of the delinquent taxes, (ballot intelligently. Mb. Mary A.
I'lom what we learn it runs some
rhiii" like the inllo.viwr: Thoy pro-
po.,f to pny the tax for 1877 and there -
.-Iter without (mention; they Buice to
a.-.-i-t four hundred families to ettle
in the county during 1S73; al.eo will
;iid i!i .ome internal improyezwuta iu
the county, provided the county will
yed its claim to the tax'c for the
f'iur vear-J previous to J 877. The
c iDipany :ipear very anxiou? that tlio.cial plana nor diminished social pn-
matter s'touid be nettled at once, ijoyments, the majority of ladies not
Though they refuse to pay the taxes
assessed jtrevious to 1877, they are
willing to give something by way of
improvements which shall be an ofFeet
for them, and compromi-e the matter
without pajirig the total amount.
Our commissioners tuggested a court
liou.'e and a half section of land for a
poor farm. They propose going to
Lincoln in a few days to settle the
matter. It will bo a source of con
gratulation to all in the county when
this matter is amicably settled, and
that it will be in the near future ieems
now very probable.
Tho Flag is TTp Again Be-Assembling
cf Congress The Sistecnth Amend
ment and its Advocates Wo
men's Bights Social Events.
From Our Regular Correspondent.
Wasiiinoton, Jan. 14th, 1S78.
After a month of quiet and rest the
capital has again resumed its usual I
activity, and on Thursday congress re
assembled ; the senate with about
fifty members present, and in the
hou?e two hundred and five members
responded to the calL
- . r . , ,
ii uniuun iuiin.1 n.itu ucvii I'K'l Wbu .
and committees appointed for the pur
pose, but judging from the investiga
tions of the fnity-fouith congress it
can hardly be expected that they will
be "widely begun and properly con
ducted.'" That Belkuap was exposed
and diiven out of "the cabinet at a
cost of noarly a million dollars, was
about tho only result then aecoui
plished. It would puzzlo anyone to
point to any other lesult mm such a
large expenditure of public money, to
say nothing of tho timo which could
havo been better used in the public
A novel feature of the doings at
the capital during tho week ha9 been
the presence of the
Miuiy Miuug ul iuu poriai.i oi me
hoi5?e, keenly eyeing every man that
passed, and ever ar.d anon pouncing
down upon a member and busily buzz
ing him on the sulject of the press
ing uecesity for a i ew patch on the
constitution. Just how many con
verts this made I am unable to say,
but, judging from the radiant smiles
that illuminated the face of Dr. Mary
Walker as the playfully pranced down
the avenue after the adjournment, the
suffragists must have received con
siderable encouragement from the So
lons. On the floor the presence of the
female sentinels at the doors was the
subject of much conversation, and the
observations by dignified statesmen
were not in every instance character
ized by the solemn sense of tho seri
ousness of the crisis that its import
STORMING THE BASTILE.
When the hour of 10 o'clock ar
rived oa Friday notwithstanding the
down-pouring rain, the ladie3 recep
tion room in the senate was in full
possession of the female suffragists ;
who, in force, braved the weather
rubber-shoed, umbrellaed and water
proofed, with tho full intent .of hold
ing the fort until the last armed foe
expired. Their presence at the capi
tol naturally attracted a large crowd,
and befero the hour of opening ser
vices, the room, back of chairs and
sofas occupied by tho delegates was
OPENING THE BALL.
Mis Isabella Beeeher Hooker be
gan the business in a brief speech, in
which she asked all those interested
in the work to come forward and
briefly express their seutiments. A
fervent prayer followed, which was
delivered by Mrs. Lawrence, of Mas
sachusetts, who said thatnhe mercies
of God should be extended them in
drawing the hearts of tho legislators
towards the women's wants.
Mrs. Dr. DoriBg then gave a gener
al view of the subject, at the con
clusion of which the crowd, led by
Mrs. Herbert, sang "My Country.
'Tis of Thee ; Sweet Land of Liberty. f '
Speeches by prominent ladies then
followed in rapid succession. Miss
Julia Smith, of GJatonburg, Conn.,
spoke of her outrageous oppression
and her historical cow? which arc aanu
a!Iy seized for taxer. Mr. Stanton held
that women'? enfranchisement is as
much a political necessity a was the
htewarr. of JJeteware. claimed the
ballot as i rif lit and not a; a privilege, j
, and Mrs. Herbert, of lllinoi, anJ ffjQ CLOUD. -
Mrs. Lawrence, of Massachusetts,'!
closed by speaking of the great ojxl
, thut would follow tho extension of
t woman's influence over a wider ppherft
than the home arid the social circle
The unpleasant weather of the past
wcew nas not essentially ueransea so-
being intimidated in their perform
ance of the duties which custom
makes fo rigneur by annoyances, ren
dered almost insignificant by the ap
pliances and conveniences within the
command of wealth.
The reception of the wives of the
cabinet officers and of the judges of
the supreme court were well patron
The moft interesting on die is con
cern:ng the projected fete which is in
preparation by the Spanish legation
in honor of the marriage of theyoung
King of Spain, for the 21th of this
month. The member's of tho diplo
matic corps, cabinet officers, ip., are
to be invited to participate in the fes
tivities, to lake place at Wormiey's,
and upon a scale worthy of the patri
otism, generosity and good tijste of the
Spani-h minister; and his beautiful
and brilliant wife, Madam Maniilla,
has imp utd fur this occasion a gor
geous Cnsf.lian dres pecu'hrly na
tional and remarkable for its rich com
bination:). The legislatures of Ncv Voik, Vir-
jrinia, i f;iu- ivatu i, .Maine, .iarv
IS""' J' ' . " S " , , "!,lor,,,.a'
I -1 i it .: at l j i f m
iii'iii.ist;,j, ivvinucNV ;mu M I'UIKiMIl
in se-sion. iIicaow lork ii'iri-j-
lature has a republican majority of 10
on joint ballot. The Virginia Iegi-la-tuic
has a demociatii nnjority o! 95
on joint ballot. Tho Pennsylvania
legislature has a republican maj irity
of 49 on joint bjllot. Tho M-sinc leg
islature has a republican maj irity of
GO on joint ballot. The Ohio ltws'a
ture lias n democratic nnjority of 37
on joint ballot Tho Maryland legis
lature has a dumocr.tt.c majority of 51
on joint ballot. Tho Massachusetts
legislature has a republican majority
o! 132 on joint ballot. The California
legislature has a democratic majority
of 44 on joint Irtllot. The New Jer
sey legi:-taturo has a democratic ma
jority of 9 on joint ballot. The IVen
tucky legislature has a democratic ma
jority of 104 on joint baMot. The
Wisconsin legislature has u republican
majority of 7 on joint ballot. The
Iowa icgi.olature has a republican ma
jority of 72 on joint ballot ; and will
probably elect Senator Allison as his
own successor. Republican.
obtained for inventors, iu the Uuited
States, Canada and Europe, at ie
duced rates. With our principal of
fice located in Washington, directly
opposite the United States Patent
Office, we are able to attend to all
patent business with greater prompt
ness and despatch and less cost, than
other patent attorneys, who arc at a
distance from Washington and who
have, therefore, to employ "associate
attorneys." We make preliminary
examinations aud furnish opinions as
to patentability, free of charge, and
all who are interested jn new inven
tions and patents are invited to se nd
for a copy of our "Guide for Obtain
ing Pateuts," which ia sent free to
any address and contains complete
instructions hew to obtain patents,
aud other valuable matter. We refer
to the German-American National
Bank, Washington, D..C, the Royal
Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish .Le
gations, at Washington ; Hon. Joseph
Casey, late Chief Justice IT. S. Court
of Claims ; to tho officials of the U.
S. Patent Office, and to senators and
members of congress from every
Address .- Louis Bagger & Cor,
Solicitor of Patents and Attorneys at
Law. Le Droit Building, Washington,
fs now prepared to do all kYadi of wor
The best of materials rise'df 'andal
j fork WARRANTED;
Done on short notice and at reasonable
, : xr-vr .
Red Cloud. WeIaijiiii.tVaUey House Rel Cloud. 5151 v.
B h SI NESS DIRECTOR
Attorney at Law
J. S. Gdlhaixt
ATTORNEY AND COUSSI
A LOR AT LAW.
IS- Will Practice in all t A- Cants of
the State. J r
f . U. Willcox
and U.S. Coronmwuior.
- nrtiiPf..:ftn Promptly Attended to'
,.r-,r t.' -nrort
SOUTH OF BAUM'5 STORK
t Red Cloud. - - e;
5J at law. Juniata .Nebraska. Will
practice ia all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to all business
entrusted to his care. Office on the
east side Juniata Avenue. July 1 7
BLOOM INGTON, NEB.
H. S. KALSY,
C. W. KALSY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ASTD KEAL SSTATS AGENTS.
Will practice in all the Courts in
this Ftatc and Northern Kansas.
Collections promptly attended to and
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
w. n. richuujson,
Richardson & Tullcys,
HEAL ESTATE U COL'CTIrlO AG2KTS
Will buy and soli Real Est-to on Cdinmis-
f Iok. and pny taxes for non-ridfrnts.-
Special attention given to collections. Cor
respondence solicited. AH letters of inquiry,
m on business promptly answered.
J.E. Sjhth. II. W, Parkkh. P. C. Smith.
President. Vico-1'reiidti.t, Cashier.
Jinit Rational Jjanh,
" BEATRICE, UEBBASSA.
(Successor to SMITH BROS.)
Hos. AS PAnrocK.Ua Sea., C.G.Dobsky.
James Eu.13. New York. H. W Pabkbk
Emjih Fillet. J ho. k Smith.
4-45 Sam'lC. Smith.
I. W. TUM.EYS,
Ui S. Pension Surgeon.
Office two doors south of the Court
. - - X2B3ASSA.
Physician and Surgeon.
93F Particular attention given
TO DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
Offiea and Essidencs five miles tast of
BadCloni. Hear Sim Creek Kills.
RED CLOUD FURNITURE
JAS. CALVERT, Proprietor.
Deals extensively in all kinds of fur
niture, such as Bureaus, Bead steads,
tables, Chairs, Mirrois, and in face
everything to be found in a first-class
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Red Cloud, ,- - Neb.
dimunfo lb loitwr
' - - tJ1:
Particular atteatwagif ea. to s4t
work; and cofiMiBMC to order; s. ;r
BEDCLOTO', '- - - HIS.
R. C. JONES PROPRIETORS
Stare leaves Hastinrs ior JtmA
CIoudr Smith Center, Burr .Oak and
points south, on Monday. Wednesday
and" Friday, at S o'clock A 'Mtc
t urnin on alterna Je days. Pasengor?
camea at reasonable rates. Office.
5raith5 Book S.on. Hasting nA
A book containing a list of uwks ia
the U. S. hariug 5,000 pop,, and the
newspapers having largest ciiculsiion
Ail the KehsMous, Agricultural, ciea
lific, and other special class journals.
Tables of ralej showing cost of adver
tising and everything which sn
ad?ertiser w"uld like to know.
Matlcdon receipt of ten cents. Address'
UfiHCc P. R8WELL t CO., 10 Sprace
tK. Y. (oppo.-ite "Tribune" build-
. ir v
& s---- -----"$lfeN- In;
d ' ' -AND
Worth - Western
The Great Trunk Lineram the Wat
to Chicago and the East.
It is the oldest, shortest, most di
rect, convenient, comfortable and in
every respect the best line you can
take. It is the greatest and grandest
Railway organization in the United
States. It owns or controls
2100 MILES OF RAILWAY!
PULLHAU HOTZL CASS are ma alcae
bj it through between
COUNCIL BLUFFS & CHICAGO!
No other road runs Pullman Hotel
Cars, or any other form of Hotel
Cars, throueh, between the Missouri
Ilivcr and Chb'-ign.
Its line is laid with heavy steel rails
upon a deep bed of broken ballaht, and
its bridges are of iron or stonw. Its
passencer trains arc equipped with ,
every known impiovemen tor comfort
and safety, and are run at faster speed
for greater (iMtancej than the trains
of any line on the continent. 'Hie
company has lareely increased its
equipment for travel, and build in its
own shops locomotives and pascn
gor cirs at short notico sufficient to
fully accommodate any extra demand.
The unequalcd resources at tho com
mand of tho company guarantee the
most perfect accommodations for all
its patrons. Tho
MAG N1FICENT SCENERY
for which the road h so jutly cele
brated presents to the traveller over
Its perfect roadway an ever changing
panoramic of river, mountain aud
landscape views unequalled in Amer
ica. THE EATING STATIONS
on this line are unsurpassed. Meals
aro furnished at suitable hour, and
ample time allowed for enjoying them.
Passengers Going East should
bear in mind that this is the
BEST ROUTE to CHICAGO
and all Points East.
Passengers by this route have choice
of Five Different Routes and the ad
vantago of c .; Dailv Lines Palace
Sleeping Cars from CHICAGO to
PHILADELPHIA & NEW YORK,
and other Eastern Points.
Insi-t that the ticket agent sells you
tickets by the North-Western Road.
Examine your tickets, and refuse to
buy if they do not road over this
All agents sell them and check uual
baggage free by this line.
Through Tickets via thu route to
all Eastern Points c-in be procured at
the Central Pacific Railroad ticket of
fice, toot of Market street; and at 2
New Montgomery street. San Francis
co, and at all coupon ticket offices of
the Central Pacific, Union Pacifio and
all western railnnds.
New York .Office, No. 415 Broad
way. Boston Office, No. 5 State
street. Omaha Office, 246 Famhaai
street. San Fraocitco Office, 2 New
Montgomery street Chicaio Ticket
Offices : 62 Clark atreet, under Soar
man House ; 75 Canal, corner Madi
son street; Kinzic atreet depot, cor
ner West Kinxic and Canal atreeta :
Wells street depot, corner Wells and
and Kinzio streets.
For rates or information not attain
able from your home ticket agents,
W- II. Stennftt.
Gen. Pass. Agt., Chicago, IU.
Gen. Man'r, Chicago, III
30 Mixed Cards, with name, 10 eta
Samples for 3-ct. stamp. - MtHSKS
JkCo. Nassau, N.-Y. 4
50 Fancy cards, tea atylfes, with -your
naaie in ailr, 15. Try s. ScHELL
15B0S.T Wdderf, Xt X. '
t' i '1 4
DILLON & COLE.
Are now prepared to buy
aod'other'fTain, and pr thehtgHet
cash price for tho same.
They also have a full stock of general
BOOTS SHOES &C-
which they are offering at price that
are bound to suit their customers.
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
cast side of Juniata Avenue,
JUNIATA - - - NEBRASKA
-s.inot aily ear nnd in there timi
but itcjn ticmailein thr ha month.
by noon of either cx, in any
lurt of the "'niiitry who li willinir to work
ytOHdily at thn rtuplojinnril that we turnmh.
iVi ji-riTt-ek in jourown ton, Tou can gio
your whole tune to the w.jrk. or only jour
spare inotiioatf. Wehaeait irho arc u
kitiK orer ?J0 tr day. All who encj:e t
en-o an uidko motley ffiL At th" iircfent
tune money ennnf t - inndc roenljr u.l rnp
idly nt nny other l)a.ins. It coi nothinc
to try the buijne Terms and IS outfit freo.
Addr:M at cnoe. Jl. UALi.rtr A Co.
o-l ly I'ortlanJ. Xftine.
f( T firentehanci
. V J 17 tfet KrreiiliiK
l cclitold you can
nck.l. W'r ned a.
person H erery town totultn subjcnptioa
lor me i-iotcm. ciifapect an 1 liet Illuitrited
faintly jmblicu'ton in the world Any one
can lieconi .iMf'-esslul ?ent. 'Ihem atule
eHiit work" of nrt siv-n fro to ubcriber.
lhopri'O' is o lo thnt alnust eruobddy
mhtcrilict. neaent reporti making over
Srl in a week. A lidy ns nt renor.a tak
iii?onr4'H) ub.crlbrs in ten day. All
xho entr.ik'c uinko money fan . You can da
rote nil jour ti e to the Luiir.eu. or nly
your iare time. You need not b" away
from hntnc oter night. You cSn do itaa
others. Full p.inculrra direc ion? and term
Iroo Elegant nnd expensive Outfit free. If
you want irtltHlI work n.I jonr nddrtr
utor.ee. It coU notliin to try the buiuei.
No one irho orzmtt f.jl to make great pay.
Address 'The People's Jourca'," iVrtland.
Git A 015' SALVE.
A VEGETABLE l'RPABAl ION, ii-
ventod in the ITth century by Dr.
William Grace, Surgeon in King
James' army. Through its agency he
cured thousands of the most serious
sores and wounds, and wai regarded
by all who knew hira a public benefac
tor. 25c. a bos' by mail 30c. For sale
by druggists generally.
Address Seth Fowle & Son, Boston
For reading clubs, for Amateur
theatricals, temperance plays, drawina
room plays, fairy plays, Ethiopian
playa, guide books, speaker. panto,
mines, Tableaux lights, magnesium
light a. colored fire, burnt cork, Theat
rical face preparations, Jarly'a wax
works, wigs, beards, and soouataobes
at reducce prices. Costonara, scenery
charades. New catalougi sent free
containing full description and prists
SAM'L FRENCH k SON, 122 Naa
san St., New York.
25 gilt-edged cards, no two alike,
with name 10 eta. post paid. Fel
lows a co.. North Chatham, N. Y.
i beyond comparison the best remedy
for the cure of coNsujirnox even in
its most advanced (stages) Asthma,
bronchit, Catarrh, and all derange
ments of the Nervous system. A cir
cular containing oartic-ulars of many
eases successfully treated, full advice
for the treatment of the diseases above
ateatioaed and certificates of actual
ears, will be sent free br mail ts all
applicants. Addrcw OSCAR C. MO
8E3. Sole Pronrctor. 18 ConnA
Street, New York.
$1,000 WORTH FOR $87 50.
The cheapest and best war to reach
reader outside of the large cities h by
u-ing one or more of onr six lists of
over 1 COO newspapers, divided tocoT
er different sections of the conctrv
-kl-r Cfrclatlai rer coW-
Advertiseaent3 received for one or
morelisU. For catalogues containia
names of papers, acd other iuforma
tioa and fr estimates. addre
gratnSTZB, il?ar.2cw liaS
1823. END FOR 1878.
STEW YORK OB
TaalactZaajuvaai Sacalar JmOr
aar 37 PaXK Row, sxw jio
C.rri ' i.IbI toapieic l .rllKV I.tr l UK Kef .3
liod., for UoiUmj. ItrvJic. 1 ,! ,,arj., w. , ,, ,H I.
Oarrtockor IHnniS. WIVHOW. BUNDS. UCILDINti PA
KK tvr , u unwiuolrJ
Owning oar own tiiaUr Ua.I,.
!T' rAle frt,i. five, ui a
njjMxdm KiftMtor Ntraika.-
akxts r:s -ios taz - too -
Cane 11 1 Ja and Kvaporatars,
Threshers, Hoiso Powers,
Flour and Corn Mill., Coin and Cub Cnuhrra. thurch. School, aad
Kiro Alarm Helix
For Sale by I). P. MEAUNS, KeKLfcr Wcb.ter county.
J. G. Potter haa juat received
Ever brought to the Valley,
orfi&of & lr;aif,
CHEAP CASH STORE
Wholeaals and Retail Dealer, ia
DRY GOODS. HATS CAPS AND
Groecrien, Flour A Provlnlouii,
WOOD. WILLOW. GLASS AND QUEBN8WARB.
WE WILL SOT BR UNDER SOLD. CALL AND SEE US
MITCHELL A KORHiBT Praj
We keep on baoai at ail tisaes a
Tin, and Hardware.
Kiep t Supply of Far
aVOiva is a aail, as are fI awe wa aas jit . aaW j
Resaeaiaar tk-a rant, X iaar aartk af bt PriaiMc aim
w tm piiRM,s nj.JI.. tecthr mtK
ohaae ty .e.oly eo-rU wtk
ilu i-rnr.suT x 7jr
the 6nftaore8jent of
Giro hiai a eall and rara-u
T. O. Potter,
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
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