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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1880)
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(1.60 e vetr if paid ir Ad7:e.
I-EAFT UK .SOl'TH-EAST
tejrither nitb tfi C. B. A i Khicli
ington Route !
mott coiiuilflpliri" ljriirpin Xctraka
tud all itiute Krtnf Miocri Kiir.
necr Inkiti? ihin Imp rrnu the
3o. Kuir .it I'laUtmoutli
smoutli Steel Bridge,
licit ha lati'ly boon ruutjilctd.
pgh Day Conit?K
rlfiiinn Sleep i n gCnrw
ai:e ki'X to
anil St. ILOuix,
lot r routiet t lom1 are nimli in union drpc 5
I01MF Jtoitli KikI miJ Si.iitli '1 rain ly
route Murt in Xd rackn are th'ic-
11 Irre itnn tiie vnrn ti accident
Ihich to Ir.queiitly d lr tnuns
couime through Ircm thr muun-
tftidn. and iwrriiKt ri tire tLus
tare jf iniiliiiic com! con-
nrctium when they
tuko the to. A M.
in tLe Ktatr. m well ni full and reliaHe
Itiuli iciniri.l. o.in be Kail u""' aMilicn-
U. A SI. it. It. Ai'iLl! ul Piiy ol Hu
ll rtatioi., or to
(Jcncn.1 ficl-t Agent.
wiiQ r;2,i ess.i;s
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Buggies Si Phaetons.
Ye do not Want Agents
WE OFFER OUC
,. a m B m I
ISO r fl TH Tf2.n S V EI11C.LS I
Id IrdliUOul. a A-U-.G i&,J?
TO THE T1IADE.
Cjrk that l:a an e-trtlliiod ropulft-
fjijii, :i!Ui tJi:il mu . naiiuifii wmi a:n
isfaotion. boih to buyor ntid selk-r.
Send for ibitins ami jrices to
KOBIXa'OX WAGUX CO.
g.v. I'incimiati, Ohio.
, Kr-isr:! llciisrs!! others!! I
-kTe you d::ui ed at msht and hr..ken 0: rour
rtt : by a .-i.k en .Id :t cri n s and crj ins w ith the
.rrruciatirif rn ' ' f-f teeth? If so. p at
5"J""i --T; l,.r.. fjirs. Window's S..oth-
A Carrh. Cold cr Scrs Tircat
halt bo stopped. Nesle:t frequently wsalts 11.
an locurVoic unjr. Di-jsc or Cona.iiptioa.
I S 'Ty ri"'(1.-v-A.",i
m It P
5n Syrup- It wiD re o.e ihc iMjorlutleiuffer
Vr iminuliatclj denccJ upon it: there is no 1
LVtRke about it. liiere if not a. uiotbcr on earth
tbo has ever used it. ubo uill not tell you at
rMw that it will rulnio the fcowcM. and fire
iv operating libo uiaic. It is perfectly safe
trrXS in all case?, and idcajant to the tasto.acdr
U tbo prescription of ono ortho oldest an 1 best
fWn.n!e n!iTfician and nurice in the Lnito
JjggE Sofd cvctyyhvrc. cent; a bottle
linAMhuia. BronchitK Coneh Catarrh,
"nmptive and 1 hro-t Dheasc. For tb.rty
Tear tnc 1 roencs ric-;.ii .w..iiv,jti
iihmciaaf. ?nd always mre perfest iiti.jfiistion.
TbreHotn)r untnei but hvi lera
Ut'rd bx ilcni cnftant me for. nearly an
nLr -veneration, thvy have atuiaed well
irked rank amon the few :.-.tdo remedies of
ST" i I'ubl.c pMikci and .lincers u-c th.m
ltjTfi.etts a czr rerjrtv..
Case & McNenv,
A TTOkSKYS AT LAW.
Office vw tlvur north of Ourbrrn Store.
ju;d cloi'i, n:ij.
Collcetions nnide A promptly 1 emitted.
j. s. 'giTham,
a itoiinky am coi-n.-o:i.oi: at law.
Office one door north of Kalnj lirox.
11 ED CLUED, - NEHUASKA.
" W. C. REILLY,
ATTOKNKY AND COUXSKLoR AT LAW.
AND RBAL ETATB GEZT.
Red Cloud. Neb.
9ProiDiit Attention Cirrn to Collection.
Ojfick- vrith C. H. rOTTER. at Red Cloud
Edwin C. Hawlky.
A TTORNF.V AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drug Store
A TTOUNHY AND COUX3KLOR AT LAW.
llA-rlN(i.S - NKIHWfcKA.
Will i.ractice in all tlio Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to nil bufinefi entrusted
to liMCHn:. juIyl-
(J. W. Ktt-K-.
Red Clond. Neb.
.J. L. Ki.r.r.
A ITOUNKYrf AT LAW REAL EbTATE
Will prirtippin :iU tin- Curt in N-braka
nd noitl.iru KiiD-.i: ci'lIrnmiK iroiuitly a;
t ended to and couo!'ondencc solicited.
IiED CLOUD, Kocra:ia.
Alio. Arrnts for U. A .M. R- II. Lands.
U. S. l'fiisioii Surgeon.
CaTOFKirK over KaU.y Hros. law office.
BED CLOUD. KEB3ASEA
"TLHkkt a. 11 ai.L iii. i.
RKW Cl.orp, NEIL
A-iMan! ?nr,'i-on R. f M. H. It. U. C. Office
ovr Johrson A Crepe ilry it'-od" Muro. -
denoe over 1'. rl.iin .v .MilchtllV store vynta
" J. n. I?I5KXA, 31. h.
Physician and Surgeon,
Rr.ll CLOUD. NKR.
Will pay special nticn'inn to Ob-totric and
dii'i-a'e f m-uicii-Alo general and Micrial
etirsrry. Iii-:5ti l the Kjcnnd Ear CharKO
liindiratr. Uilirec.vrr hettr' Dnta Store.
KcMdcnoe ih houte north of school hme.
JAS. i!5. CAIXEWWER.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Frouipt attendance on all calU in the practice
of medicines or mrp'ry.
COWLES, - XKIIKASKA.
J. W. MOKANV1LLE. C. V. MORANVILLE,
COWI.KS. KB. AUDUY. KhB.
aWLI. A AMT.OY, NLItUASKA.
All prnfcsinn.il calls will roccivo our prompt
aud caret ul aitoition. -HUuo
Dr. H. A. Baird,
II KD CLOUD,
W. H. EICHAHDSON,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Hshest market price Pj-.I :-r 1iok and cattle.
J. IC. Smith S. C. Suith M.R.THmn-sox.
Pre. Kiwt Nat. Cash. Kirst LatoTllcr First
Rank. Beatrice Nat. Rank N-it. Dank ncat-
Ncb. Beatrice Neb. rie Neb.
)x jhrors & fcompson,
ICED CLOUD, NEB.
"Will make collection in any part of the
j rnitd State Sell exchauite upon the princi
pal casern oitie Loan money upon improved
farm? Receive depo i:i subject to sight draft
Allow interest u en tiioc deoitj. and trans-
1 set a Rcnerai Hanking busincM.
ltKFCKKKrcs: Oniahi National Bank. A.
IS. 1nddcb.r. . Senator: First National Rank
New York. Cauihri ice Valley National Bank.
Cambridge New York.
JOE. "JACOBS. l'KorciiTOB. '
TWO BOORS VEST OF BOY'S HOME.
r 1 1 .i v-. 1 j it;
rVCCp? OU II till U IUD 1C7I "UUU Ul II IOCS.
LQor. Keer. Alo. und fina ifurs. A ihare o'
,bt. public patronage is solicetcd.
rROrUlETOR RED CLOUD
Ami Dealer Ib
OILS ; VARNISHES
All soodt In my Line kept constantly on
band: and to which I invito tbo attention ol
": HENRY COOK,
"Eternal Vigilance is
M. L. THOMAS,
TIiniDAY, PEC. ! 1?S0.
The. Sutton 6V' ha- "gone under."
Mr. White, iL- rMiblisher. vill engage in
some more lucrative bu?i!ies-.
K. L. IJiKRHowr.K, of Omaha h:is been
ainointel I". S. Marshal for Xehrakn.
He barf been deputy
number of venrJ.
iunrlml for a
Tin: Ftate Jnumnl of the 7th con
tained the Pre-ient' Me age to CVni
gre. It is a lengthy article, and, tve
presume, a good one, wc havn't had
time to read it vet.
The Lincoln Journal says: Our coun
try exchanges are very buy jut now
electing a 1'niied .States senator and
naming the coming man for Speaker
of the llou-e in the next (leneral
As-embly. We hope they will at Ieat
allow the people to gaze on their men
after they have put them in oilice. It
would be cruel, otherwise.
L vst week a deaf man by the name
of Cte-sey was walking on the railroad
track in Seward county when he was
overtaken by an engine which threw
him from the track, breaking both of
his legs, one of them in two places, and
otherwise bruising him up. His rc
coverv is doubtful.
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neeii Msiieu ny a coric.-poiuiciii hiio
found oaks fifteen feet high growing
upon part of it; while near the south
ern limit was thrifty cotton field. The
caves in which the men burrowed are
all gone. On the north hill, which
sent its slope down to the south, the
rains of fifteen years have carried away
their roofs and have washed the earth
away until they have gullied ravines
thiityfcet across on the top and as
deep, with crumbling precipitous sides.
On the .south hill, facing the north, thei
caves are marked only
bv the depre--
.-ion 01 me grounu wtiere ine roo
where the roofs I
have fallen. The hollows have not en
tiiely filled, and probably never will,
now that they are covered with the
meager grass and weeds of Southern
(leoryia. 1'ue stream whii h was such
, -, , r , . . ,
a horrible agent of death, is now a clear '
V''.t. .v...t..at. .. ...l.- TIIV.I
biook, about four feet wide
inches deep. Tht1
trodden by the feet of tens of thousands
of men daily, were a soggy quagmire,
are. gaining solidity, though .-(ill
swampy and in .some places impassible.
Sailrcai Accident en the KorthTrectara.
Chicago. Dec. -I. A terrible railroad
accident occured about eleven o'clock
tin morning on the Northwestern road,
by which fifteen persons were injured,
but. by what seem almost a miricle,
escaped instant death
At the hour '
naiiieu ineueneva i.a ce exor.s. wincii i
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LlUCagO. illteen millUteS
Janesville express. '
topped at Cory station, thirty-eight
miles from Chicago, and sent a brake-1
man oaeK to nag tlio Janesville tram, j
Owing to the dense fog, the engineer of !
the latter train did not see the signal
in time totop, and hi- engine cnished
into the rear car of the train from
Geneva Lake, without warning and
with terrible force.
The engine was '
completely w recked, the rear ear and .
ti. fk I..!.. ... V.1 -rl il.i.'lart..n,l t... .1...
...v- .Fin.- in iimn in 11 iiusiio co 10 me
hie which ensued, and every passenger
Mr. II. C. Max,, aid, wile ol the mana-
gerof the Western Lnion Telegraph
company in this city was injured about 'and his paid and takin" -ome "rub Knm,'.v ofNebnvska City, have repor
the head and internally, and a gentle- Urtcii out prospecting, amfwhileeat-' jS eSnf-,i!;rc!:,h,:n" "
man, name unknown, was bruised and iM, his dinner he amused himself bv! g' ' '
mangieu, proOaiily iatall.v. All mior
mation of the. accident litis; been sup
pressed during the day.
THS ASSaKAH J2SU3AL2U.
TllL OLD CITY OK SANTA KK. AMONG THR
.MINES AN1 MINKRS OK SEW .MEXICO.
Santa Fe, N. M., Nov. 10. 1SS0.
Quebec may have her walls to give
her an appearance of antiquity, but for
real dried i, shriveled, yellowish old
age this ancient city of Santa Fe takes
the palm. When the traveler reaches
New Mexico it seems like getting into
a new world, or perhaps better, an old
one. Every where he sees the native
Mexican with his swarthy skin, ragged
clothes and listless manner. Two to"one
shaped nlow of old Noah's natonr. for
mind you the" Mexican is two hundred
years behind our eastern farmers and.
knows no more about modern macbin-'
ery than a whale. When one arrives
at the ancient city of Santa Fe he finds
himself in the oddest and oldest town in
America. From a distance the citv
hew han-nn" around the deoot or if ''x' ot WK P" ton. Doian w:is x u incnes, ine eatniai appendage
hei"nworkhe cut n bf Vhe happy; he wa a millionaire; and vou only zneasunng 51 inches It stooii 5
nei-at work ne is cutting his. wheat. ' K - ' - feet 1 inch in height, and when ex-
with a crude sickle, or using a qucer. n imagine hoy long it took him to lemied out the. distance between its
oears. a striking resemblance to a col-
lection of lime kilns, for all the houses
aYe of adobe (a mixture of mud and
straw, sun dried), and the only fjrain'e
building in town is the depot.- At the
hotel one docs not need the use of an
olTT'r'l Mr0" aro?nd OU thC
outPide of the building, and enters his
room from the narrow filthy strts;;.-
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ths price of Liber;." and
WKBSTERCO. NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. DKCHMHHR 1. 1SS0
Ainnra. In Y.A'l, before Ph Moulin
Itock sm inrnlc Liinous,
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' many fneratiou- it luul then Ciiattii,
i one of tho-o tilings "no fellow can!
find out." Uut I find to-dny tliut the
town i f;u-t lo-ini? its auriutit apiear-'
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mice. jvhv wuviu -vun:iiiii3 . , ..:,.
,..,',.. , ,1 NuekolL WKixttv fHrmcrs arc buying
jo.thng the Ian-Mexican, and yankee hefiviiv 0f 1Io.Ich1 ctock.
eiitiTprfce is erotiing out with .-ueh ! ,, . , . . . . 1 .i
-.!...,, 11 ,1 Ha-ti: claim, the bot itnng Wml
nipulity that before many years all the ia we?t,.r7, .vc.r.w-ku.
remnanu of anliquitv.vill be lrL j . .
1 I et Point in Wst to orgftmzti a
There are jti'-t at the present tirne,,.! ci, nfUi reeling room.
hundreiU of enterpri-ing young men
pu.-hing into New .Mexico, from all por-,
lion-! of the east, eagerly intent on
nnikizig their fortune among the mines
of tin newly -developed country. The
great wealth of Xew Mexico i in her
mine.. -in the mountain of.-ilver and
gold that only need the touch of enter
prise and industry to open up and de
velop them. Here toiled the old
Spaniards for the shining ore over two
hundred ears ago, and the adventurer.-
that arc now pouring into the Territory (
will carry on this "labor of 1
rigut "ood earne-t. ?(
mining dis- r
coverie-i are being made aliuo-t daily,
and New Mexico promi-ei to become a
great pro.-pecting camp for the next
Jie years, with results, that will as-toni-h
the world. Tlaron Von llnm
boldtfeaid: "New Mexico contains the
wealth of the world," and it is now
steadily being developed. Evidence
of mine-worked in ancient times by
the .Spaniard.- are found in many por-:
lion of the country, and work hits been A lire at Kalis Citv la-t week de
lenewed on them. The .le-uit orieits Wroed two bnilding-i ohii bv Win.
iro-necteil in eerv directimi and re-1
ported plenty of gold and silver all
through the mountains; and now I find
;i4 llliir .liii.3f'krte tltr 1,1112! i ilirrric
v " ' ",v "'-" m'"-
I 1- I
ing of young men men who disdain-
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con-entmg to remain in the over-
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crowded Ivtst, upon small salaries, hut
prelerred toslnke out. It t the men
who have the "sand in their craw" who i
come out here, and I have yet to see a J
single instancwhere they are not doing'
well, and ninety out of a hundred of
them will be abot want in a few vears. '
I am not foolish enough to sav
all a man has to do is to come here and
pick up wealth, it is no! to be had here
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inai a iiriu wno l- wuuni; to exenange ,
the M.-called luxurie- of life in the east '
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for a while, for the fresh air and dc-
'light ftil climate of the-e mountains,
canbeasstiied of a fortune. In thi;
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new leiTiiorv jiiiiiioii.s oi oonar.s in
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'oui aiio snci a.c uamiii; inr ine pros-
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iv...., !,....-,. u tu,.v. wic.i-eM.;.- ",., ,OMt. ,v iLs merchants
., ,. , , peeior. .t-w mining uis;rici- are
side.- which when!. ,, , , , , . , ,
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,..eiu iiiimn uuieioptri uiii arc 100-
bing the laurels from Leadville.
Perhaps the richest section lately dis
covered is the now famous White Oaks
j district, and already it number-among
us pos-e-.-ions ine ricne-i goiu mine in
the woi Id. 1 he .story of the discovery
of tin mine reads so much like ro-
in.iitce that I mut give it our readers. !
rt 4i ".!- i- i !
On the prairie-, ol kanas lived a
sturdy yeoman, by the name of Dolan.
Being an energetic man he left hi wife
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f:ibllliuis t.irii i.f i-i:iltR nrwl nr.w. '
neritv. For weeks hi- wife ili.l n.it.
hear from him, and last August we
found our hero and his pard almost!
dead broke, and their
ranidlv wanin" He th
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thought ot his .
ljtlle wife and children, aiuf dreaded to
write (hem that be bail bad no ln.-L- !
who claimed to have- found a lar-re
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the"nei..hborhood of tbe nresent. Whim !
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" tne .Oaks: and thev weanlv turned their sit-
lontion that wav and commenced work
Ktnipped" miner, named Wilson, came
talong and nut in hi-little with Dolan
chipping ofrthe edges of a rock upon1 tc new .Metluxli-- church at le
, , .' " , i cumseh was dedicated on the Jlst in-t..
which he was resting, and great was and the sum of $925 raisel to pav off
his surprise to innl "color." His first the church debt, which was 0Oj. The
conclusion was that there must be out- j church coat $Io-j0.
cropping near, and about twenty yards j A fra:ne ll:,rn hconlu to Chr5?to.
from there he found the enchanted phcr Crow, of Warsaw," Howard county
spot, and located the now famous ; w burned last week. Thirty-four
.. tiAne if lioi .iwl .-i. rrl,..,.1.YA A.. ...
mine, lie at, once returned to ennm.
and repoiting his find ollered it for
sale. All that Dolan and his pard had i The six Brule Sioux chiefs confined
were three silver dollars and a few dol- in iimmin? county, will not be tried
, .1 .- 1 1 1 - Tt--. until the spring term of court. The
lar. worth ol gold washing. Wilson rc,ion for the delav i that this bein-
refused this, but Do'.an finally offered an adjourned term "of court, there i no
to throw in his pistol, and the trade grand jury before whom thev can be
was made. indicted.
The purchasers commenced work Ir- J- Boehl caught in a steel trap
with a vim, and when thev had put!on the Kepublican, one day la-t week,
, 1 1 - 1 . e . .- a mon-ter wildcat. It va of the
down tne hole eight feet. live assays Thomas sex. an.I nicasiiml from ,h
wcrc inade Yi" thc :loni;,hi vr-,
wruc um particulars oi e joyous t
news tolU ilc lit:l" e ,
The account of this discovery i but
the history of a hundred, others": This
whole region is full of mineral wealth,
just waiting for the sturdy prospector.
Shakespeare savs that, "There is a'
tide m ev
li eve that
any man who will come and take his
chance in this new and fabulously rich
country. There are thousands pouring
!neW-onth and few leaving, wliieh
ia the best proof of their success.
ery man s life, winch taken at interest payable annually at the end 01
'leads on to fortune." I be- cacn eal cnarges for commission,
-. a 1 . 1 1 r examination or appraisal, coining
it is flood tide here now, for rLwinMPli rn i,,.! nt nn BM5
$ J 0 a year is thej))f UuRedouilhief.
Iyjran has mstitutci a lodge
t tanUiii liiLS n (lancuitr ciub
IVkanuth iikuhkl hoW a grand fili
on Chrwtmn.- night.
! Central fin's nw Uwifc is racily
Thirteen hundred -heep have roeont
jv jec.n brought into Wiuer.
A large nmnlr of fine grade hhoep
are loming into Harlan county.
The Juniata flouring mill U running
night and dy in order to lill it- onler?.
Dakota City hiis a gornl ami perma
nent market for grain, hogs and cattle
Ordinary fctzed wooden lioia- at
Ulue .Spring.-! rent for from $"5 to 60 a
We.st Point ha- alreadv bespoken a
million of bricks for building operation?
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i wo targe grey nivcs were cjeovur-
led m the Keptiblicau City cemetery,
Tnvo Crete hunter on a live days'
hunt on the Loup killed three deer, '
geese and 150 thick.-.
The Nebraska City alcohol works ex
port all the alcohol they manufacture
dneet lo Europe.
Plattsmouth is enjoying a building
boom and several line brick blocks arc
in course of erection
Neal, occasioning a
There is strong talk of an extension
of the Wabash -.y.-tem through Pawnee
and CSage counties.
Nemaha Citv is undergoing a le-.idv
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Ice bridge-have lormed aero. the
jIk,liri .,7 Xci,r:U.k:l ritv aIU, niWlls.
ville and train, are crossing.
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Large (iiantities of freight are being
ii:u,i,.,i m-cr tbe Niobrara and IMack
Hills railroad, through Naneo county,
Fifteen fine deer and any quantity
of geese were the re-ult.s of a fe.v das
hunt of some of Hastings bovs on the
A firm of farmers raided,
in Fihnore countv .'J.jOi)
on a section
wbeat, tor which they have been oiTered
au ' ,,,li"
r J,, XV'l a c-P--l prijmnecr from
Oenevajatl. was recaptured la-t week
!lt lhc-tinj- ov She.riir M:.rtin .r
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uoiu.ing inonex lor the construction
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. oi uaon nrniijs anu Hie rcD.ui'
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rji.nu i.Ki.iitti. ... ii...u
(iR,. & Weedeinan' afe at. Plait-
mouth was blown oneii last week bv
burglars. Twenty-four dollars rewar
ded them for their pains.
j A car got away from a train on the
S. C. it P. road at Pierce last week, and
el.llscw considerably. One will lose an
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"iiio malicious parties are shootmg
cat,ie nll tllL. Lonp ranges .and during
the present winter no levs than ciiihtv
head of cows, calves and .-leers, have
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imnoar. 111 utoe countv. is crowmir
ranidlv. and :i l:ine t111t.1l.or .if' 1w.1v
buildings have been constructed tln-
man has invented a
,,,!,-,,ll,i; u'r pnrscing !.iougu grass,
air:lu- Ma "rush, etc., so that it can
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,JlC county OKI settlers hold their
nrereonisito nf mi.iniu.Ki.;..
..In,li.!!OM cou,lt-v ha:; :l rfcl,o1 (lStr'xci
wneieiwo icactiers are attempting to
i..m.. tl. .,.,, ,..i..i ;,. .. '.1:,
mite in the school board.
The speed committee of the next
st ite fair, eoi.-ting of Geo. W. E.
Dorsev. of Fiemont. and Jud-e J. F.
ni . ...
, lot. No insurance.
""" wsiuu.iu; uma were
tip of hi- noe to the end of hi tail 3
lect was 4.teet b inches.
Money to Loan.
At the Bank in Red Cloud, on best
ter"1:i -vet "Hered.
proved Ginns at straight ten rer cpnt
' . - .. :
niortgage required. Parties borrowing
from us avoid' the customary delay an3
uncertainty or sending application
ict toTCioan aIIS
the application is made.
G--x SMIIH BSGS. iTiIO3IFS02f.
With I -. . . J- V AM "i
rut- WArr. i- xium-kmo rom.
o) Till -
New York Ciolhing House.
no nn.1. -atn it with an " .u in n. kvlk-
Go To W.
Staple & Fancy Groceries,
TB A(DC & C3AIKS
IN TOWN. A1.SO
Choice Riuts, Fruits & Confections.
iair Fresh Fruit. and Wg.iLlj Sj!d
How Can I
IJV HCYINt MY
Fall and Wintur Goods of
1YI ARSH !
they arc worth in Cash.
I sell them at a small profit."
I make no book account.
I have but one price.
Clear cash buyers get thc
Kr-nifir Come and Fxamino (Iok1 ami get
U-III 11 1, pr,,.,. nt i.,ddy. old -t.ind, the
"I'ji Town Stoie." Yours i'cspcrtfu!!,
A. S. MARSH.
MANCFAC1TKERS OF THE
Wire that will make a Visible Fence"
Pig TigMj Bull Strong 1 Horse High.
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nter?d aoeordinc to M -ii Cdscress. is Mfce Jr 1871. t7 CLXSZ a C-
F. Hs GORE Jeweler Red Cloud
on i mm!' .or
LED t Lnl'D. 'EH.
1 buv nil mv
Goods at what
Barb Fence Wire,
B. & M. Depot.
KM I Gil 'BROS.
UrD Clot I NKJV
I It I tn I I '
tradc WArt7j. 3ri;TAO m
lV j. k4 v.
T uxii uiuc
iUta -- f mmmi.
) ., . ,4 .( .Itft ywtM ikf IM4 ' li
4, .r. to M I M ? "!
Ou.ti. . Duttai tu k-tr
'Rl'IIJ, CU.ARS, TOBACCO,
Green nmi Canned
r.rc. i.i. , i:n
rn Ptir-1 n r i:mi:k- phodivl
fruits Sdi k
N I I
V tharu of th poK'i
! t.d '!,
take p.rticu'tr i air tn krp m WW
l! r If i irrfthwif IM
my- tl' n I IWMlMte.
ttEI) run D - NRItlll-KA
DHY I.l'Mlint -n iM.rv
f ii K Hr.AT IN T ' K MA!ttT
So III nl I.iiH'.I trt
RED r.L0"0 urn
"PHOUDFIT a MARSH," '
OLMKAL t CM KR I:.'
ii. -i no n:i i: H
S T O V E S.
Guide llOi-U. I nil).
lnihiiw yii)f V.fl t& 6i t Ui
come and see us as wc1
will not be
BED CJLOLJ, rl?7
Yard nouth of Ifjunpton it lUbtouV
ehoji, on Main uttvet.
St c.Uctlr on kji&daa stirta99t f
l.untbrr. I-itlli, lMafl-.Ir WM.
dvnt.Unr Mnlr IVmrnl. Iiaf
UuIIUImx IVprr ele.
I'LATT k KRBKS
SOOT and HULO
Hats? Caps &
fitwltf Made ClolUi.
We hav V Larcst
Stock in the Van!
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mi vc unierst im.
Giveu ar- I
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