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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1881)
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Drir Goods mud
BOOTS and SHOE
Hats? Caps. &
2 a 'ty Ma dt Cloth ing
We bavt the Largest
Stock in the Vaffey and will
not be undersold.
Give u a call, one and alL
Red Cioad Xeb
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
A WD CI1LII nr
A full supply of
LAMPS, LAMP FIIADES, WICK8,
PatromiKu -iiIii'itfd atxl t'mnl.fuiiy received.
rresfcruto!i ticfu!ly rorn)ounasd"tt
One door south of Gnrhor's tore,
KED CLOUD, NEB.
R. L- TINKER.
CrfSni alwaya on hand and trimmed on short
notice. Price ua low n any in the alley.
Repairing of all kinds done promptly ana
Burial Robes furnished at reasonable
TIED CLOUD-, - - - NEB.
J. L MILLER.
Keepi constantly on hand a. full Lined
HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLES,
VHIPS, COMBS, BRUSHES,
And everything usually kept in a first
TWO DOORS KORTII OF THE BANK.
IBs Highest Cfih Price Paid for Hide,
Floim & Feed
CHAS. E. PUT1TAM, Prop.
Cora. Meal." Bran Choppod-Feedaad
Viitt the Red Cloud Grocery. Food and Pro
Tiion atorcwhen yxm waat suppliea for Ban or
llirhcst tuarkct'prieo ia cash ialp for Brain
All kinds ol"cnunirv ntoducctken ?n exebans
far (wK (ioodi delivered t6 all i-aru vf towa
lien if charru.
Store imuibuI'Htcd'a Plars-Faeiary.
red Cloud; - Nebraska.
The Proof of the
You have only to. call
on us and we can easi
ly convince you-that we
A little BELOW the:
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THUKSHAY DEi'. I.
Local adcniUiniCHl inserted among
the raiding tnnKrr trill be charged JO.,
Th rtwh inxcrtfon.
CAi n whiz again.
Henrj Cook's for school supplies.
Three weeks from nest Snnd.iy
The Flexible Hip Corset, at
Books of nil kinds at the P.cd Cloud
Drus St we.
The weather has been
fully too loo, a it were.
For b.ngain in Hats and Bonnets go
to Mrs. Fowler's.
Bargains in Kuit Underwear, at
If you desire first clacs, cheap
ting, come to tlie Chii:f office.
For Fringed and
latins, go to
Jloodi, Flannels and needle work;
home manufacture, at XewhouseV.
A largo stock of Germantown wool,
Zephyrs aud stocking yarn, at
The latest styles in Hats and Bon
nets always, at Mrs Fowler's.
All wool hoods for sale at
A fresh supply
just received, at
of Boots & Shoes,
J. G. Potter's.
A full supply of flannels of all kinds
at F. Newiiouse's.
Go to Newiiouse's
goods of all kinds.
store for dress
Boots fc Shoes, can he had cheap for
cah, at J. G. Potter's.
The young folks indulged in a
"hoedown" at the court house Thanks
J. G. Potttor says he can sell better
suits of clothing for the money than
any firm in town.
When in town, call on Henry Cook
at the Red Cloud Drug Store and gat
prices and see goods.
New side-walks are being built in
some parts of town whero they are
very much needed.
The ladies find it to their advantage
to trado at tho Leading Millinery
Store 1 door north of the Bank.
The Chief office has been so crowd
ed with job work the last week that
tho paper received but little attention.
The Woman Suffrage Society will
meet at tho residence of Mrs. A.
McNitt Friday oveniug Doc. 2d at 7
J. G. Potter snys that in Boots &
Shoes, Ready made clothing, Hats &
,Caps, ho will not bo undersold iu the
W. A. McKeigan, Esq., will speak at
Blue Hill on Wednesday evening,
;Dec. 7th, on the subject of Industrial
. Mr. Poppe, of Grand' Island, tho
gontleman who is starting a creamery
at Inavale, was a caller at tho Chief
office last Friday.
Kendalls "Horse Books," worth
$2.50, for sale at the Chief office at
25 cents apiece. If you own a horse,
be sure and get one of those really
Married: On the evening of the 27th
of Nov., 1881, at the residence of the
Rev. Geo. O. Yeiser (who officiated)
in the city of Red Cloud. Mr.
Frank P. Hull and Miss Martha
Tabor, all of Webster Co., Neb.
Our young people wishing to attend
the largest and best business institu
tion should correspond with Prof.
Miller, President of the Great
Mercantile College at Keokuk,
The Ladies Aid Society will havo a
quilting at tho residence of Mrs. Fris
bie, Friday afternoon. If those de
siring to attend will bo at the M. E.
Parsonage at 1 p. m., they will be
conveyed to tho place of meeting.
Brother Kenney professes to be
lieve that the Chief came near defeat
ing the republican ticket at the recent
election. The Chief and the success
ful candidates are satisfied, but ajack-
,'asskenncy and the "reputable citizens"
.evidently feel sore.
Moon & Callonder have retired from
business at Cowles, having sold out
their stock to Mr. Hadley, formerly of
Amboy. We arc sorry to loose such
excellent business men as Moon &
vCallender from the county, but hope
they will meet with sttlt better success
at Grafton, whither they have gone.
Wo have- been requested to an
nounce-that Mr. A. B. McXabb, of
Blue Rapids, Kansas, will lecture in
Red'Cloud on Moral Courage, or Gar
field's Legacy. The date upon which
Mr. .McXobb will appear is not yet
fixed, but will' be announced in season-
Since writing the above we learn
that he will be here on the 14th.
Last week we were called upon
by on of our warmest friends and
aost substantial patrons from tho coun-
jtry and requested -to publish-a-state
ment to tlie effect that the dealers of
Red'.Ckmd-pay more for hogs than
thos9-of Guide Rock.. This is a. mat
ter that-we-know. nothing about. and
we do notdesire to have Anything to
say about it; but we can say. that in
.our. opinion inoei any market for hogs
is better than tlie Red' Cloud market
when-therc is no coapctitioiu. v-:?"
Tlie Red Cloud Histrionic A&aocia
tion will Rite another of their enter
tainments At the court house this
The high-alaried cynic of the Atcb
ion Glofe drives the following nail:
"The western railroads expect that
business will he extremely dull next
wimmcr, as there is nothing in the
country to ship out, but they will find
a great deal to ship in. A western
farmer gets along about a well with
out crops as with them, and o long as
he can mortgage his place, he will not
suffer for agricultural implements.
As a rule, business is always good in
The Histrionic Association of Ked
Cloud on Thursday evening Dec. 1st
1881, will present two sparkling
pieces, written by two of the leading
Dramatic Authors, Thomas Hay net
Bayley and II. Danvers, Esq. The
fint play entitled "Perfection," is a
gem of its.elf, and is exceedingly
popular. It is a play of the highest
order, and is quite a favorite among
the ladies. The after piece, to those
who wish an hours good hearty laugh,
we would advise them to go and sec
Mr. and Mrs. Lullaby, (Conjugal Les
son). We are nrenarinc a list of names of
deadbeats who have, for fanced
wroncs. discontinued their copy of
the Chief and become regular and
persistent borrowers of their neigh
bor's paper. We can respect a man
who, living in the country and being
in poor circumstances, borrows a
paper from his neighbor. Of thoso we
have nothing to say, but what are we
to think of professional or business (?)
men who stoop to such petty mean
ness, we nave more respect ior me
man who robs our chicken roost and
pilfers from our wood yard, than we
have for such as they. When our list
is completed wo will publish the
names in full for the edification of the
public, and no doubt the names of
some of Kenney's "reputable citizens"
wiH bafound.aniong thenn
The.editor of the riw places him
self in rather a peculiar and unenvia
ble light by his comments on the
election, in last week's paper. The
last political campaign was the most
hotly contested of any since the
county was organized, and the fight
was between the regular republican
nominees, and bolters from the rc
Dublican nartv. and yet the immacu
late old bourbon democrat who edits
the Argus and who claims to bo a re
publican, and to publish a republican
paper, freely admits that he "took
very littlo part in the fight." Rather
a' peculiar stand for a republican edi
tor to take. He also publishes what
he knows to be a falsehood and what
every reader of the 'Cmief knows to
be false when he saysfhat the Chief
editor "retracted everything that he
had said of Mr. Tulleys and warmly
commended him us a citizen of tho
most nerfect tvne." The Chief edi
tor's reputation for veracity is too
dear to him to admit of any such re
marks in regard to either Mr. Tulleys
or Mr. Kenney.
The editor of the Argns admits that
Mr. Bayba, the republican nominee
for county clerk was a man of "spot
less integrity and in every way quali
fied to fill tho office," and yet he, (the
editor of the Argus) "took very little
part in the fight." Now if he will
explain to tho people of the county
why he, the editor of an alleged repub
lican newspaper, "took very little
part in the fight," when tho republi
can nominee was "a man of spotless
integrity and in every way qualified
to fill tho office," ho will confer a
favor upon his few readers, who aro
anxious to know whether the last in
stallment of the $500, the price of Mr.
Kenney's "influence," has been paid,
or whether J. A. Tulleys and the "re
putable citizens" had promised him
another $500 to keep quiet and "take
very little part in the fight," when the
republican nominee was a man of
"spotless integrity sc," and Mr.
Kenney is supposed to be publishing
a republican paper? The public is
anxiously waiting to be enlightened
on this subject. The facts aro that
the editor of the Argus secretly worked
for tho bolters and voted for them
while publicly professing to uUppc-rt
the republican ticket. We can respect
a man who openly avowed his prefer
ence for tho independent candidate,
but we hold in utter contempt the
villaonous sneak and liar who, while
professing to edit a republican paper
and support the republican nominees,
secretly works and votes against them
and for the other party as A. J. Ken
ney did at the last election.
We deem it very ungrateful in the
Argus editor, to tear open the political
graves of J. A. Tulleys and others of
tho independents who went down to
oblivion with him at the last election.
(especially after receiving 1500 of
their money,) and force a discussion
of the matter at this time. The Chief
advised the burying of the hatchet,
even though the handle be allowed to
stick out, for we all all know that it is
entirely useless to keep up a newspa
per controversy on the subject. The
people all know that if the Chief has
lied about Mr. IWleys, or any one
else they have their redress in the
courts, and they further know that an
investigation of the records in tho
derk,s office and .the finding of every
thing straight ia-the only' thing that
will 'ever convice them that the Chief
has not been on tlie right trail. In
conclusion we would suggest that the
way is open, for the "reputable citii
xens" to 'vindicate -themselves, viz: By
demanding at thorough- investigation,
by expertavef the county records.
Dare they ah iL Xet them deoaand it
or let the; and. their contemptible
movth-piecc at the lower ead of towa,
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The Webster County Bank, under
the efficient management of MeMra.
Shidter &, Shirey, the proprietor?, w
doing a surprisingly Urge business,
considering the timv that has elapaed
since it started.
It appears that the long tulked of
telephone exchange in Red Cloud is
soon to liecome a reality. A company
is ?oon to be organized and if enough
Milxciihcra can be procured tho line
will be put np at once
Miner Bro. have the largest stock
of goods ever brought to this valley.
Mr. J. L. Miner recently returned
from Chicago where he purchased an
immense stock of dry cood, groceries,
boots and shoes, fcc., at a very low
price, and consequently will be able
to 'ell much cheaper than thxe who
have not the advantage of personally
selecting their goods. They intend to
give their customers the advantage of
the low figures at which their goods
were bought, and it will bo to your
interest to call on them.
Dr. Shidler, of the Webster County
Bank, returned from his trip down to
York last Saturday evening, on the
sick list This should be a warning to
the Dr. as well as others, that it is not
safe to leave the salubrious climate of
the Republican valley, even for a
short time, after having once become
a resident on this healthful soil.
Donavin's "Original" Tcnncsseeans,
tho celebrated troupe of Colored vo
calists that assisted in building the
Central College Nashville, Tenn., and
the same company that has given
more than 2,000 concerts in tho U. S.
A., and Canada, will visit Red Cloud
between Dec. 16, and 20th, and present
their new and varied programme.
They desire, particularly, not to bo
confounded with "Jubilee Singers," for
the reason that they are really cul
tured vocalists and present a strictly
first-class concert. We havo beforo us
the most favorable press notices which
guarantee us in promising one of the
bast of entertainments. Weclip the
following from the Omaha Herald:
Tho concert given by Donavin's
Tennessccans at the Academy of
Music was a surprise to many of those
in attendance. Unlike many of the
troupes of a similar character that
have exhibited here at different times,
the performance is ono that appeals to
the most refined tastes. Those of our
citizens who desiro to sec a refined
troupe of "jubilee singers" Bhould not
miss tho opportunity of attending
their last performance here this even
ing. XniTftl Ketw.
Tlie basement is being dug for the
cheese factory. The building will be
30x40 feet in size, and 3 stories high,
including basement. The contractfor
laying the stone has been let to par
tics in Riverton. The building will
not be completed until spring.
Tho lumber and piling is on hand
for the bridge.
Two car loads of hay is shipped
west every week.
L. H. Luce lost a horse a few days
ago, and has another one quite sick.
Supposed to be Pink-eye.
Corn about all gathered, a very light
Some of our young men are attend
ing school at Riverton, and some
think of going to the Academy at
Franklin. Pitv we did not havo a
good high school in Webster county.
Blue Hilx, Nov. 25, 1881.
Editor Chief. People of our com
mamity are wondering at tho manifold
changes that seem to take placo in
the capacious mind of flopper Kenney
the manipulator of that two sided sheet
known as the "Webster County
.rlrtw." His latest theory is that he
took no part in tho last political cam
paign. That may seem a ' fine state
ment to him who pretends to run a
republican newspaper, and were it
true, he should be asliamed to publish
such a fact to his readers. However
such statements read by those who
happened to come in anywhero near
close contact with the gentleman (?)
during said campaign seem rather
thin. The part he took and the side
upon which he was really found, are
too well known and are not vapory
visions to be dispelled by the gentle
man, (?) (I believe that is what the
ladies call him) slick pen.
We feel some sympathy for him
after election as we thought of him
weeping over the defeat of his inlut
IU independent cndidsU-weepinp
v.waa j v v kitu uwtvuv va. w.-jw I
as he had not wept before since Lee's
surrender. But when he came out
and said he had taken no part in the
campaign denied his Jesus, as it
were our sympathy ceased. Let him
mourn, for 'tis said "man's inhuman
ity to man makes countless thou
The question over which some of us
are now agitated is where shall our
flippityflop friend Kenney be found
next time. We shall know by his
first issue after next election.
A IGssiif Fndlj.
Wanted. Information as
where-abouts of a family
Downs, consisting of a woaan- and
seven children, (one girl eleven years
old, six boys, the youngest three, and
die oldest eighteen rears.) Thsi
woman is medium sise, dark hair
and 45 years old. The itUwuiy left
Lincoln September I3thf4ai covered
wagon with two horses; e4r ft kkek
and the-other a bay., "afce family is
supposed to be in Lsscaster, Csss or
I Otoe counties: Anythlhr i rslsaoa
to the above will be gravtsfalhr received
by O.JL Downs si tft
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A. B. McNaW. will deliver hn pop
ular lecture. Moral Courage, or Gar
field's Legaey to the A mencan Nation,
at the court houo in Red Cloud. Dec,
14th, for the benefit
Por, No. SO G. A R.
of the Garfield
Como out aud
Sell la til oliaa itl t ehnxt-1 i etsti
Un taeh wetk.
fchogo Flour for aale at Roby's.
Headquarter for dour at Putnam's
Flour and Feed Store.
A full stock of iron and wood
pumps, at Mitchell & Mokhart.
W. B. Roby has the largwt stock of
Fancy Groceries, Confections, &c, in
Go to Roby's and he will phow you
Daylight-Oil;" it burns longer give a
better light and is non-Tplojiix. 11 -tf
For Sale: 160 acres of land 7
miles south-west of Kcd Cloud, partly
under cultivation. Timber and water.
Apply at this office.
Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup will tot
enre consumplion, but will give relief
when coughing. SoiiMiinptives
should all use it. Price twenty-five
and fifty cents a bottle. Ask your
druggits for it.
Smith Brothers announce still an
other important reduction iu rate of
interest on time loans. Straight nine
per cent annual interest. Call at the
Bank and leave your application.
"Where, Oh Where are the Hebrew
Children?" Gone for a botttle of
Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup, the
Great Cough Killer. Prieo only
twenty-five and cents a bottle. Ajk
your druggist for it.
$50,000 To Loan
On Real Estate t-ccurity, at 9 per
cent., annual interest. No commis
sions, at Tho Webster County Bank,
Red Cloud. io-tf
MONEY TO LOAN!
On Real Estate, at the lowest rate of
interest, by A. A. Poi'K.
15-tf Red Cloud Neb.
I have purchased tho fractional sec.
of land laying between Peter McNitt'a
and tho river. And tho public is
hereby uotifiod not to cut any timber
on the same. M. B. McNitt.
7 Per Cent. Money to Loan !
Money to prove up with on final re
ceipt, or on deeded land at 7 per cent.,
ana 1-62 per cent, commission, or at
straight 9 per cent, no commission.
Jso. R. Wiiacox.
Office next door to Chief office. 30ft
Many persons aro bitterly opposed
to "patent medicines," and will rarely
use them at all. There is no doubt
that many arc worthless, yet a remedy
that lias stood tho tost for years, like
Dr. Shermans I'mckly Ash
and its sale and popularity increasing
every day, must havo merit or
it would" havo disappeared long
Choice Teas and Coffee.
A. M. Cook is agent for tho San
Francisco Tea Company, for Webster
Co., Nebraska and Smith Co., Kansas,
and will call on you with samples of
Tea and CofTee, which he is selling at
prices below what can be had at any
store in the county, for the same
class of goods. Goods delivered at
your door, and if not satisfactory, after
trial the agent will refund your
money. Try those goods and you
will use no other. lG-w-4
8FAKIS& ltlUKO SUCKS FC2 SALE.
I havo just received a car of thor
oughbred Spanish Merino Bucks.
PEDIGREE: Shipped from Vermont
last year and not used, being climated,
and "in number one order for uic. I
offer them for sale in lots to suit pur
chasers. We think they are the best
lot ever shipped into this state. Come
early and make your selection.
Address, H. R. Stone,
Smith Centor, Smith Co., Kan.
TSLLOW C0TT0NT0CD SEEDLINGS.
(From Missouri River)
On hand and ready to deliver,
500,000 Yellow Cottonwood Seedlings,
12 to 30 inches high, at 1 1.00 per 1000.
Send orders to M. Wilson,
Nov. 4th 18S1. Cloverton, Neb.
Hardware at Cost.
The hardware store formerly owned
by Holcomb Bros, is now tho property
of Mr. Converse, of Lincoln, who is
desirous of sellinc the stock, at cost
and has placed Mr. A. Kaley in charge
of the store, who will at all times be
readv to show vou the roods and sell
in need of anything in
vrj lit Vmi Tk OH Isms.
The Latest Song and Chorus, bv
Will L- Thompson. Since the death
of President Garfield, the senti
ment expressed in this beautiful song
haa become universal. The melody
is very pretty, and already the piece
has become a great, iavonie- e
advise all lovers of popular music to
send 35 cents to the publishers and
receive a copy by return mail. Pub
"W. L. THOMPSON k. Co.,
East Liverpool, Ohio.
Money To Loan
On Real Estate, in Webster and ad-
imniaue rnnntieva 9.1 the VrV best RlteS.
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making, arrangements with any other
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parties no application fee, bonne or
cosoHaiesion no fee fie --asking or
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liana W. SILT.
UM No. WW fur tho tuaih.woai aaarUr tae.
town 3a rcro 9r. II ninn th followlett
witnotM to inT kkt coat nuoot rtJto
pt.u acl cultiTationof aii laal ru Jbbq A.
Smith f 1 hurcairllla Neb.. Jothui Melton of
l)y Hill NU . John Q. Uollnjn rf totnm-
Till Nrb.. Arthur A. ror-o of K1 iial Nth.
novIO-ltci S. JT.bWITIKH. Kitur,
Lal Oflcv at fUooalncton Nrb . Oct.. 31. 1H1.
Notif l her by ciren that l! following
named icttler hat filed notlr of Lit Intention
to iak final (ruol In dport ot hit olatra and
that tall rroof will b ml txfor Clrik of
Dlttrlct Court at Ked Cloud NIk. ou ttaturdaj
Dcubr 10. IM1. Tit:
LrTHta L. '..
Hd No. 3104 for th iw!i !. t'i i ooarUr 4
nw quarter tw quarter tc. 31 town ia raoc
9w. H narott th followiea wiinrwet to tro
hit contiBttou ridnee ntun and otiltlatton
of taid land Tit: (Jeora Tool. John 3tr-tteu.
Ilanry O.wley. Andraw 31. Hardy all oi
Onide Hoek Neb.
oot10J.cS 3. W. 8WITZKR. U(titr.
Laad Offlc at Olooa!nftn Neb OoU. 31. 1191.
Nolle It hereby rirnn that th fotlowlnt-
amd tattler bat filed nolle of bit Intention
to make Coal proof In tutporl of hi claim, and
itcure Cnal ntrr thereof, befor the .1rk of
District Court, in Wettttr oouuly at hit oltSe
in ltel Clott'l Nebraika on Haturdaj Itoeiabr
10th. 151. Tit:
H'd Ab. 42W for Ihe ne'f ire J town (a ran
Uw. Ho name th following- witncti to
proTo hit continaout rtdeneu(Mn and cul
tlTation of aaid taed Tit. (taaa Mar. Jaaie
Turner. Afartin Hatfield. Cbaile t;eborithl
all of lllu. Hill Neb.
DOTlOde? 8. fV.SVITZEH. Kfiftr.
Jenkia Darii wi'.l Ink notice that on the
Mth dar of October I-Hl, J. O. Iluret., a oitle
of tho pftC9 of l'oisdam rrtrlnt Wlar
iNiunty No'irtaka. iucd an order of atlarh
rntntfor theuia of i'v'X) with interett at ten
n.rp.nt. h.r innnm frnm April J. tlV). In tu
' U" pendlnc beior him. wherein KTerhart M
llenccn ar yiaioviat ana wruain isaria
Thai irorertr eonatttina of one taeder. on
alky MirHnr pUw.ono corn Untr. one rol-
tiTaluraml on rewiun waon wi a:tae4
under raid order. id ctme m continue 1 to
the 12th dar of December liM. at 1 o'elixk
p. ta. ETnT A- IIaot. I'lainilffa.
Dr their Atty'. Siro A hvattr.
Blue Hill Webtter Count Nebratka, Norera
ber4tb, 18SI. 14 wt
Notic U hereby aieen tht on ih I5th day
of December 1W1. in thtown of Hed flond Neh.
oppotu McKarland't tre. there will UmU at
fmblio auction the folluwioi described pror-ertr
no dark brown mare, with whit hind feet a
little airare tnedluro fit with ttar in forehead,
revenyean old. One dark brown Mr me
dium lire, white hind loot, eicht year bid,
Ono blck horne nine year ol d. lUf lo loreh4
white hind foot, Orerland whita cow with
riaht born broken off. fire jean old. and one
Clarini breaking jlow.
'Ihe taid proirrty having' been taken under
and by Tirtaeof two cba-tle nsnrtxattee. datd.
rei'jctirely November 4h 13 n l Mj Mtb
1MI. and recordei and filed in th" Ctcrkt ofle
in Webtter county. Tbs nama f the taortia-
tor beior K. "' Bunnell The mortaaa
oica- Char let H. 1'otur. which f aid mort(tct
were duly aatiancl to and are now owned by M.
IU Bently and C. M. Story ataian. There it
due M. H. IleaUy aulxcee SU4.V3. Thtte it
due CM. Story artifnea $T?.7 ir.akioa the
total amount do at firtt pablicatiua of thll
Dated at Ilexl tlood thft 24th day of Noa
berlfSl. M. It.'BeTLTandO.M.SToay.
lC-w-3 Ur J. S.Q.LHt. Atry.
Shop Indoor wait of Webtttr Coaaty Bank.
RED CLOUD. NEDRASKA.
in the highest style of the
COME AND GET A CLEAN SHAVE.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
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HE A DQ UA RTEIiti FOR
Two Doors South of Bank,
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