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BADGER LUMBER YARD. HASTINGS, NEB.
BADGFAi hi MBEli. YAKl). HASTlXfiS. XEB.
THE RED CLGUD CHIEF
Notices in this CohmnlQ Cents a Lint
MeNitt has half a ton of wall
I a per.
Rev. YeiEcr has gone to Nelson
lo hold a peiies of meetings.
Joe. Warner couldn't get in to
see spirits the other night.
Jas. Laird, of Juniata, spent sev
eral days in town last week.
Barney Swift, of Juniata, was
visiting his friends in town last Satur
day. Head our letter from Washington
this week. They will appear regular,
Splendid weather. Don't you
wkh ycu -.vere here, dwellers amid
mud and jnow?
Thic loads of broom corn par-ecd
through twn on Monday on the way
to the railroad.
Rev. Dr. Fetz is holding a series
of meetings o" LiLcrty Creek, to
wards Spring Runuhe.
Mr. Hull, .lately from Pennsylva
nia, and Mr. Byron Atkisson, of Nel
son, made our town quite a visit the
Good Templari?m is becoming so
popu'ar that even pens partake on'y
of cold water, and writes a beautiful
violet color. Ask MeMitt for the
ccld water p-u.
Fairfield News: Abe. Garber
arrived in Fail field Monday morning
from Guide Rock, with 17 waon
1 ads of boss, which were sold to C.
F. Shedd & Co.
The prayer meeting on Tuesday
evening was one of unusual interest.
TtHTewill be another prayer meeting
on Thursday evening to which all are
A little boy of 3Ir. Pope's came
near being killed by falling beneath an
axe in the hands of a wood chopper.
It was almost a miracle that saved the
child, as the axe just clipped the ends
of his hair.
We don't pretend to compete with
Dixon county on ejrgs. but Win.
Parks brought into our office a good
sized egg, for all that. It measures
eight inches in circumference one way,
and six inches the other.
We wish (o thank our friends for
their prompt responses to our call for
payment, and hope that others who
have not paid will remember what
their disposition is towards us when
we owe them, and assist us now.
After tho lecture Monday night,
the lectu'er and a fen followers met at
Kaley's office and had a teance. They
pretended to unlock the gates of death
and bring back the spirits of the de
parted, and rattled things generally.
We had the pleasure of meeting
Mr. Chapman, of Wisconsin, Mr. W.
N. Richardson's father-in-law. Mr.
Chapman vitited this place six years
ago and is surprised at the improve
ments made. We hope he will stay
with us all winter.
A paity, consisting of Messrs.
Kaley, Laird, Maxwell and several
others we did not recognize, went on
a deer hunt last Friday, but they got"
tire.1 before the dter presented them
selves to view. Hence, they came
home as they went, on horseback car
rying a useless pun.
Now. boys, don't do it any more.
Bo civi and try to remember that if
some men cannot treat you as others
do, it is their misfortune, and you
should pity rather than aggravate
So pass quietly by the large stone
store, for the community don't with
to see any of you k:lied, or any more
doors filled with shot.
The sermon on the "Retureclion"
announced on last Suuday evening,
for next Sunday at 11 o'clock p. m.,
will at the request of a number of the
citizens of Red Cloud, be postponed
to tho evening of the 3rd Sabbath in
next month, and another sermon ad
apted to the "present situation" will
be preached in its stead.
MARRIED At the residence of
tho bridu's father, Mr. I. H. Hum
mel, postmaster of Ratio P. O., Jan
uaiy 20th, 1S7S the :X):h anniver
sary of the marriage of the bride's
parents Juo. MeCullum, J. P., of
ficiating, Mr. Harry Uolduiuqe
and Miss Sadie E. Hummel, eldt-st
daughter of Mr. and" Mrs. I. H.
Hummel ; all of Webster county.
The happy couple will please ac
cept our thauks for the generous sup
ply of cake, which we had not time to
eat at once but had to cross the street
with a piece in our fist; eatflsg it as we
went. That happiness may be their
lot through the journey of ife, is our
wish, and may they see many bappy
anniversaries of their wedding day.
A gentleman named Fields de
livered an address on "Spiritualism"
at the fechool house on Monday even
ing last. The house was thronged by
people des'ring to hear him, and they
heard him tell some truth, of courso.
JVhat man can talk an hour and not
saysomithing good. But his argu
O.A iti against the orthodox principles
were about a substantial a sieve to
fcnld water. He manifested a great
deal of zeal and challenged any one
'to confute his ideas, which challenge
Waecepted by Kev. Pryse. It was
the opinion of many at the close of
the meeting that our ministers yielded
ia their views upon some rtg
doctrine, but if auch an impression is
wrong, we hope to aea it oorreated
The gentleman will return azain in
four weeks to renew .hie subject.
At a meeting held in the school
room of District No 7, on Saturday.
January 12th, 1S7S. Present, W. C
Mungcr, in the chair; Meisra. Jas.
Martin, Samuel Martin, JWin
Stieet, W. J. Harri-, Jonathan
Campbell, Andrew J. Coon, Barratt
and J no. B. Slanscr, secretary pro
tern. The following resolutions were
unanimously carried :
1st. It was proposed by John B.
Stanser and seconded by John Streets,
that a treasurer be appointed and
subscription lists opened to raise
funds for the j urpose of fencing and
arranging a cemetery on the southeast
quarter of feetion nine (9), town one
(I), range ten (10); and that this
meeting be adjourned for one month
fiom this date an'l that every person
who shall have subscribed and paid
one or more dollars shall be entitled lo
a vote for tho election of a burial board
to consist of nine person.
2nd. It was proposed by John B
Stan'-er and seconded by W. An
drews, that Mr. Samuel Martin be
appointed treasurer, pro tern.
3d. It was proposed by James
Martin and seconded by W. J. Har
ris, mat notices oi tnis anu me m
ture meeting be inserted in the Red
Jloud Chief, and poled on the
school hou-'o doors in the district, at
Legotts post office, Kan., and on the
Court House in Red Cloud.
4:h. It was proposed by James
Martin and seconded by W. Andrew-,
that this meeting be adjourned until
Saturday, the 9th day of February
next, at h s house, to commence in the
evening at early candlelight.
The chairman appointed John B.
Stanser, J. II. Hull, W. W. Brewer,
and Geo. Coon, a committee to solicit
and receive subscriptions.
STATS HZET2TGS A? UKCOLK.
Aunt Fanny at the Seeing Circle.
Valley of Indignation, )
Janu ry 2Uth, 1878. j
Ma. Editor: You see I had
heard and real, ever rincc I was a
child, that the sewing circle was just
the place where we women could un
burden our griefs and find consolation
and sympathy. Hearing that such a
gathering would meet on the hill ai d
having several gaps so to speak in
my heart which I wanted healed, 1
said to Josiak one morning, (Josiih
is my husband); Josiah, I've a good
mind to go to the circle What
circle? says ho. Why, the sowing
c:rcle, this afternoon. Josinh remon
strated: said it would lead me into
bad company, and a fleet my mora!-.
Josiah always did pride himself on my
good morals. But I had duties to
perform. I must tell something 1
didu't like in certain of my neighbors.
I must tell tho editor of the Chief,
or hH wife, how the printers spend
their precious time when he's pick,
popping corn and hiring certain smsll
boys to take it in tobacco sacks to
their sweethearts, etc., &c. 'Jh-n
there were some thing-1 didn't want
to tell, but thought- perhaps some
other ladies pieseut wcu'd; :-o we
would get all the new and be mu
tually benefited ther by. Well, Mr.
Editor, with all tliesj duties urging
me on, what could I do but disregard
the admonitions of Josiah and betake
tnyself to tiic "circlo ?" Being a man,
of course you can't comprehend the
height and depth of my utter indig
nation and chagrin when the following
article was read it seemed to me in
t lunder tones though the -speaker
has a very miid voice: "No gossip-
pmg allowed. Any member violatiug
this rule shall be fined ten cents and
cost" Well, I almost felt as if I'd
rather old Betty (that's our cow)
should be so'd to pay the fine than go
home without hayinj; my say. Well,
there is always a ray of light aliPad
so I began peering far into the light ;
when tho happy thought struck my
poor benumbed heart and sent it to
bounding with renewed activity.
These laws were made by women, and
they aiut binding. I think I shall go
to the "circle" just once more and if
I can't have the privilege of a frce
bom American citizen, woman wiil
let you know.
Whett, Flexor:. Sheep LcaJ Pencils ira
THE STATF. AOBICCLTURAL SOCIBTT.
The Twelfth Annual mee'ing of cfait
society met at Lincoln on the 15th.
M tu Dunham was elected president,
and D. II. Wheeler secretary. Two
bids were received for tho place of
folding lha fctate fair next fall. One
at Lincoln, the other at Wahoo. It
wa3 voted to hold it at Lin dn. Pre
miuuis on setting out forest trees were
awarded; Hon J. W. Small carrying
away the laurels. Premium list fur
next fair was agreed upon, and super
intendents of the classes chosen;
among which wo notice Claas 10, 3Irs
Gov. Garber. The premiums for
speed were greatly reduced; other
wise they remain much the same as
last year. This was a very interesting
session and business was expeditiously
presented and finished.
Nebraska has already taken the
premium at Boston, Philadelphia and
Chicago. Among the medals received
is the followimr : International Ex
hibition, 1876 ; Certificate of Award,
Nebraska State Horticultural Society,
Platlsinouth, Nebraska: 293 varie
ties of apples, 23, tiroup XXXVI
United States Commissioners, i.i ac
coidance with act ot congress, Phila
delphia, September 27, 187G; A. T.
Goshoru, director-general; Jos. R.
Hawley, presiden ; Jno. L. Campbell,
secretary. And Nebraska shows no
sign of letting up in this matter. At
the last meeting reports from differ
ent parts of the state show progress
in eveiy department. Last year, in
Pawnee county, there wore fifty miles
of osage hedge planted. Ex-Gov.
Furnas delivered an excellent addrees
before the society, at its opening. He
was re-elected president, and D. H.
Wheeler, secretary. The .-ocioly
passed a resolution endorsing Senator
Saunders bill, now before congress, to
repeal the timber culture act, and ii.
srrad to provide thac the trees shall
bii set out six feet apart, and instead
of forty acres theie shall be ten acres.
This U believed to be much better for
the settler and the couiitiy. Several
lecture were delivered and essays
read bearing on horticultural topics,
and the business done was of imDort
ance to our farmer, but our space for
bids a longer notice.
THE WOOL GROWEKB.
The meeting of the Nebraska Wool
Growers was called to order bv Piet,i
We adviss all our readers owning"
baraes, to ums Uncle Sam's Harness
Oil, as wo think it is the very best ar
ticle to be bad. . MS 3m
Mothers will find Dr. Winch
p'ti Teething Syrup ju.-t the medicine
lo have ia the house f r the euitdrea;
jtwill cure cod, cjughs, sore throat
and rcau'a c the bowels ; try it. Sold
bv R. "K Sberer and 0. H. Puffer,
1 t I l
y an jvast Ionian mi-wqnary uie lor- fort .u uni, Ufo-...., io u y.
h I mm m ft n ft- a - a, m A X a.k X I A -. a . . J
-Distempers; coushs. colds, e-i j.. rt j -i rtM.: :' .i...
vers and most of-the diseases which- .i - ria it ,;- ,ir- i
horses, cattle, sheep, hogs and pooIS mkch k " t0 h suffering fellows.
Condition Powder according
plain directions Sold by K. R. Sue
fc w. " ..
er and U. II. rotter. 5 JB-Jm ?
xe subject to are readily ojug The red wjH be MQl of
and cured by using Uncle Sim l0 aH who dero it, with ful
ition Powder according tolth t:nno rn .;'. ,i
Disease and Deatru when trwgr
reach our own homesteads, arc toos
nous ftr jesting, we use our best ej
deavors to drive off the dread messe
gers, and are only happy when we fe
that they are at a distance AtMW
first approach oC that fell destroyer;
Consumption; in the shape of a cougl
or slight cold as well as moie scve
Bronchial or Catarrhal ".Cain plaint
fhould at oucc use Kilfrt bxtracf
far and Wild Cherry: It has qq.
rvery not tie
tions for preparing and successfully
using. Auuress, witn damp, naming
this paper. Dr. J. C. Stone. 44 N.
Ninth street.-PhUadclphia, Pa.
superior in such cases.
warranted to give satisfaction. SolfJ
hv R. It. Shcrer and (TIL Potter.
5-18-3m -f X-
HASTINGS MARKETS. J
REPORTED B Y NORTON & CO., SAP
PERS OF GRAIN AND LIVE STOCK.
Hastings, Neb., Jan. 14, '77.
No. 1 Spring wheat bush 80
V. O ' 7Q
LNO. w i IO
Ear Corn new ' -.15
Shelled corn " 17
(juts J J
1VC -o 10 l
i5tiriCV ID (0 oo
Broom Corn r$ ton $60. to$75
Potatoes $ bush 35
Beans '"(white) 1.00 to 1 50
Castor Beans " .....70 to 75
Buckwheat ' .CO
Live Hogs $ 100 lb3....$2.50 to $2.75
Dressed 4t " $3 25 to $3.60
C35STHEPTX9S CUiXD. - -
Lantfs Fcr Sale.
We are now cfT?rinc f - iron let
An old phyricbn rctirtxl from ac
tive practice, had placed m his hinds ; lr terms and dicjper thj--
mula of a jjimfde vegetable remedy for j .
Conumprion, Brouchlti, Catcnh,
Asthma, and all Throat mi
Lung affection?, alro a rKsi
tive and radical cure for Gen
era! Debility and all nervous com
Joe & IX C and Mila-! Pawfic
Roil Koad CoapaniCA in Webster and
adjoinins: couaiics. W; alo have
some choice claims for .vlc. Give uj
Ka!-y Bro. Ally's k Real cJac
Agt's Bed Cloud Neb. 5'Jtf
It is worth more than its own
Iwc'ght in pure gold, vir : O. &. l 'a
iGolden Cerate. It cure sore eves.
burns, cutaneous eruption and old
chronic sores. Sold by C. IJ. Potter.
REPUBLICAN VALLEY HERD
Gkq. H. Roberts, - - Prop'r.
Orleans, Harlan Coxmly, Xd.
Fifty choice pigs for stle, from
Sambo II, CI atnpy, Bismarck, Duke
of Ahwood, and D'l rueli strains.
Any one you prefer ; no catalogue.
Write for parricular3. Satiafictiou
Guaranteed or no pay. 5-201 y
Dry Goods and
BOOTS mid SIMVK
BOOT AM) SIIOK SHOP!
PARKS BROS.. Proprlfrm.
Thu firm u now preptrcd to fomi.h the pabHc wita BJOH
mde of the Un aittftui lad xi 5;arc -o w iWt b& 3SO! ,obr
All Kinds of Repairing Dona With Neatness art
."?7.A ,ht" rtho puW,r P,r3Jf rtptfa!l wJkiui.
rork fallr wtrrsntrd.
OIVE V A TKI4I.
and b eocrinccd that it :i so ;; nlir.t to pircoii mh.
Farmers, Loslc Here.
I will set hedge for all those wish
ing work of that kind done, arid in
sure a stand of live plants.
5 24 3ai Wm. W. BUNNELL.
It was deed d
Wall paper at the Postoffiee at bot
tom prices. 5-26tf
We met Commissioner Ball in a
store the other evening, when he
called for some Old Government Java
coffee. He commenced pulling out
fractional currency, paper and silver,
and told us to count it for him. We
innocently did so, all the while sup
posing that the money was for the
merchant, when, to our gratified as
tonishment, he told as to keep it.
Well, we did f ), just as eay."
U. S.Land Office, Bloomington, Neb.,
January 18th, JS78.
Complaint having heen entered at
this office by Perry Ralston against
Henry Phelps, for abandoning his
homestead eutry, iso. , dated
18..., upon the southwest quarter,
section 14. townsnp 2 n. range 11 w,
in Webster county. Nebraska, wirh a
view to the cancellation of said entry :
the said parties are hereby' sum
moned to apnear at this office on the
27th day of February, 187S. at 9
o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish
testimony concerning said alleged
.Webster Eaton, Register.
Geo. W. Dojisey. Receiver.
Depositions in the above case will be
taken before the county clerk of Web-
ater county, Neb , on the 22od day o;
February, "1878. at 9 am.
u EB9TEU EATON. liegi?ter.
GlO. W. DORSET, Receiver.
ize a Mate As0'J!tion, alter wjnen a
constitution and by-laws wt-re adnpu-d.
and Mos-cs Stocking wjs elected pres
ident anl J. C Mclnd, teeretar-.
A resolution on tariff was introduced
and referred ; also a resolution :to in
crease the bounty on wclf scalps, and
make the dog law stronger, were of
fered. The meeting adjourned to
meet during the state fair.
BREEDEltS OF FIXE SToCIC ASSOCIA
TION uiftt and organized an association
which bids fair to become a growing
and influetiti.il society. C. Lyman,
prcMdcnt; J. C. McHridc, secretary.
THE STATE EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION.
The quill dnvers met in the Commer
cial Hotel, with J. C. MoBride, of
the Nebraska Farmer, iu the oha;r.
Minutes and leports were read, and
they took a ricess until evening The
etneers elected are J. A. AIcMurphy,
ot the Plattsmouth Ilemhl, presi
dent ; A. J j. Wigton, of the Hastings
Journal, viopresidcut ; Fred. Nye.
of the Fiemont Tribune, secretary,
and Thos. Wolf, of the Seward Re
porter, treasurer. Among other
things, the advisability of having an
auxiliary publishing house in our state
was discussed and tho committee giv
en more time in .which to frame a re
port. The matter oh an excursion
v. as left with the executive committee.
THE GOOD TEJIPLARS. ,
A grand lecoption wis held on the
evening of the 15th at the opera
house, but tho Grand Lodge met the
16th. At the reception speeches were
made by Mayor Hardy, R. W. G. C.
T.; T. B. Kanouso, of Wisconsin ; a
ringing speech from Capt. L.W.
Hillingsley, of Lincoln ; John B.
Finch; Mrs. White, ot Hastings;
Mrs. Van Pelt, Gen. Bowen and Gen.
G. II. Roberts.
The Grand Lodge was presided over
by R. W. G. C. T., Kauouse. The
report of the G. W. S. shows that 25
new lodges had been organized and 7
re-organized, and 3 degree temples in
stituted ; present membership, 3,536.
Number of lodges, 100 ; net gain in
numbixs, 1,021; net ain in lodges, 9.
The most good templars to the popu
lati n is in Adams county, rhere there
are one 1 to 12 of the populatioa.
Nemaha county comes next with 1 to
SfcUce to Teacncrs.
Notice is bet by given, That I will ex
amine all persons who may desire to
ofier thetn-elves as candidates for tea
chers of the primary or common schools
of Webstercounty, nt Red Cloud on the
fiist Saturday iu the months of Feb.
ruary, May, August, and November.
A. A. Pope, Co. Sup"t.
Reliable 0. & C.'s Cough and
Diphtheria remedy. C. II. Potter,
agent. 5 18-2m
One dose of O &C.'s Cough
and Dipiheria Remedy is sufficient to
satisfy you of the -.superior merits of
the remedy and one bottle to cure the
worst old. C. H. Potter, agent.
C. M. THOMPSON, P,of.
Cor. 1st St and Burlington Ave.,
HASTINGS - NEBRASKA.
Frte Hacks to aai from -Dtpstt.
"Fine Sample Room in connection
with the House, for the accommoda
tion of Commercial Men.
J. C Warnar Prop.
RED CLOUD - NE Ml ASK A.
Stages leave this House for the
north, south, cast and west. Leaves
for R. R. or. Tucslay, Thtir.day and
Saturday of each week. The besttta
bliog in the Republican Valley. Liv
ery rigs furnished for conveying pass
engers to any point at reasonable rates.
LEGAL NO TICK.
William H. Pattc.-jon. Plaintiff.
Elirs n. Patterson. JcfbndnL
To Eliza E. Pattenon, non-rc;iIent,
You itre hereby notified that William II.
Putt'TSon coinmonccd iin action asai st you
in tho l'i-tri"t ''ourt in and for "iVol'Strr
'"ounty and fi i-d his petition therein ; lie
olijeel mill prayer of said petition u a decro?
if divorce troui the bonds of matrimony now
exisuii betwtenyou and si id plaintiff.
You arc n quired to answer eaid petition
on or before the 4th day of Febiuary. A. D,
1STS. V, ILLLAM H. PATTMISON.
Kaley Bros., att'ys. . 5-22tf
Go to the Postoffiee for your School
our money by subscribing for
auy pap'er you waot, at the Po-jtoffice.
Cash paid for corn
Red Cloud Mills.
-enquire at the
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLKS
of all sizes, for all kinds of Sewing
Machines at the P. O. (ITtf. )
Hats, Caps. &
Ready Made Clothing ! j
W6 have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be undersold.
GIVE US A CALL. ONK & ALL
474 Red Cloud, Rel.
Idams' fyoimljj jjanii,
UI8TIXOS; ADlMB COUNTY, NB.
A General Banking Business
"The best in us-." ;'0. & C.'s
Camphorated Hartshorn Liniment, for
man or beast. It can be relied.on at
all times. C. H. Potter, agent. '
5,000 beef hides, for which the
highest price will be paid.
5 21tf J. G. Potter.
Hotel for Sale.
The Guide Rock House and prop
erty connected thorewith. is for rale op
reasonable terms. For further partic
ulars inquire of the proprietor or at
Guide Rock, Nebraska.
THEY ARK IVOrT 13
Pot has the next thing to them in
Fleetest Liver, v ami best Feed
Si'AiiLi: in lied ('loud. In connection
with the Feed Staiile in a Fkekjht-
!") c Itj?"
J. D rOST, BED CLOUD.
Red Cloud & Jew
ell City Stage Line.
Connecting nt Red Cloud with the
Republican Valley line, running
straight (o Hastings.
BguTlircc regular trips will be made
each week, leaving Red Cloud tho
same time the stage from Hastings
CC0DEIG3AND GOOD 7IUS HAD2 OK
30-lv D. II. GODFREY.
MADE A SPECIALTY.
Draff on Europe bought aud xold.
Agents for several hteamfhtp lines.
Z2sJItisines cntruir-l to us will have
prompt and careful attention.
Van llylie & .SsricL-cr-
Plabterers &. Stonemasons.
We nrr- prepared fo take contract!
and do all km-h of w.irk in our line at
reasonable pricr5. Sati?faction guar
ante"d, and all kinds of Kock and
grain taken in vxrhanzo 'or work.
SOT Cistern work a i-pecialty.
THE ONE PRICE MAN,
o?"i "'-i-l iUl "1:",ci !S
where you will find KVKHYTHING p.rt.mV-f 'to 6r.t ejl lo,.
BOOTS &, SHOE.
THE HIGHKST CASH VRWH pA I D VOR '
nil Ckii a try 1'rodncf
A'E.MKMBKB the place hcnin HASTINGS.
Aaron Mav, at the HIGGKST -tor in town
HIDES r3h Ak!)
anJ b tur aod rail n
SELT & NOUHAL SCHOOL.-
The Winter Term of thii lintitutiou wjl' orji-n mioj on
Tuesday. JJec. 1.1, 1877,
And willconlinue twclra wceka under l he ittairaction of
corp of tuacherH.
I'hiri eeliool preyent an opiwrtuuity fur pupiN lo arquiro a I
Kng!ih education at chrajier tatot than any -ihur a:ho! of it
K is UtTiueu into two ilo-'u-tni-nU, on fir adva
Intending to get up a class in instru
mental mus-ic in Red Cloud, I should
be pleased to hear from any desiriojr
instruction in the art. Recommenda
tions, if required. Terms Ten dol
lars per twenty-four lessons; part-
payment in advance,
5-23tf Janie PaTSE.
Keeps constantly on hatid a full line of
Harness, Collars, Saddles, Whip.,
Ilorie Blankets, Combs, Brushes,
Harness Oil and everything
usually kept in a 0rst-c!as3
Tho Highest Cash Piics Pail for
aiiM ana rsrs.
(At the Re J Cloud Mills)
Is where you can get all kinds of
hats & caps boots & shofs
Ac. Ac. Sec JLc. Ac.
.Allof which will be soldcheapfercaah.
. . . -
A supply of LUMBEff, lath,
SHINGLES, &c, always on hand.
G. R. POTTER,
WEDHTEB Co. Iff KBJt AHVA
dents and younf jeachurx. thr oihor tir jonn fcholaM, or tk
cin reau nuontly in tLu rurrtu Ucadr.
i $4.00 a term, one half on entering th- achocl, lha rrKaifidrr
middle of the form.
tnmir- vrncn i!i rnti?r-
iutn-winacr.r wjtherro'iS'r Oct
t Ine. J. B. G lord to, Chlcajo. Ul
furnMed at from 'l 50 to 13 CO per week: farm raodao. ulu aa r.rt
payment. -It is dei:rablo that pupila bnnf juch booka aa tlsay kara
anu uv preHni inenrl tlay.
INSTRUCTION GIVEN jN VOCAL MUSIC
rhsteaohisra wiP Kjtrc no pama to make thia nchrolLorn-j afreaabU
and plt-aaant. and will strife to iotil in hi mind of tke papiU a ana
ciple of truth and rrc'.itude.
For further particular?. Ac, addre,
Chas. W. SramocE,
or C. Hob lit,
Red Cloud. Webster Co.. Nebr. Nor. 1377. '"-
A complete stock of wall paper .re
ceived at the Postoffiee. 5 26tf
Red Cloud Drug Store.'
C. H. POTTER, Prop.
Keeps the largest and best stock of
drags, medicines, paints, and oils, to
be found in the Republican Talley.
J Prescriptions enreuUg compoun
ded, day or night.
The time has 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 are compelled to take a back
scat, or be crushed by the wheel of
progress. An article most possess
real merit: nWst be what it is repre
sented to be. Orf like the mushtoom
at noon-day, it will soon wither and
Am in tftp r&dianco of the hrtlfiaatt R-
coTeriaj of . modern science, p. M. fWA ire Prepared tO dO Clt-
a!aCout and Dinhtheria lUmedVft " : H ?T :
Red, Croud Miirs!
Ik attln tha k aovn cor Id. Aarnf U Watch fr f ,
RED CLOUD A SMITH CKNTJiB
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican River Stag Line.
Three regular trips a week, arriving
and departiag from Red Clond at the
same time the stage from the railroad
FARE VERY LOW.
BlL J. 2. 2IT22GT,
R 33 M JTj M B E R
Red Cloud C
Peron of either ee,x who may be
interested in helpTue to start a Wo
men's Industrial Home, please ad
dreys Mrs. H H. Clark. Red Cloud,
Wtbs er county. Neb.-' inclosing 'nine
cents in postage stamps, to insure a
return answer to questions proposed,
and to give particulars as to plan cf
working, etc. v
Mrs. Clark has opened a Laundry,
and is ready to do washing and iron
ing, ty tho piece or dozen. 5 252
Go and fee that rail paper at tha
j Po3to2ce before you buy elsewhere.
j can always be relied oa. It'aUayg the
irritatioaT-or akliag of tb'tkroat,
the secretiori-IC iafguarriateed jto
do all 'that it is'adrcrtiaad ta or the
raonev refunded to the purchaser. C.
H. Potter, agent 5-13-2m
There is 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 a sick headaches, tor
pid liver, sour stomach and a general
feeling of weariless and dwgust, dont
1 co and commit suicide but take
j Eilert's Daylight's Liver Pills and bed
, cure'i. bold by R. K. Sherer an,.t 0.
H. Potter. 5 lS-3
time we rkf
it jSr.atJfJ " i
Flow "Feed and
Corn Meal for 8nle.
Qr Satisfaction guaranteed ir
a.ucll:y of flour sold, and cVijtom
vvoaK. Farmers should be particular
to secure the best of seedwheat.
Potter & Frisbie!
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