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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1881)
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BOOTS and IflOEM
! Hats Caps. &
Rta'ty Made Clothing.
Wt tare the Liriitf
Stock in the Valley ini will
not be undersell
Give us a call, one and alL
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
Ate ALts n
A full supply of
LAMPS, LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
COMBS BRUSHES &X
rtrnnat:c solicited ami thankfully received,
airreftriptionis carefully compoandbd'w
Oife iluor souili of (Jarbcr's store,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
R. L. TINKER.
(Sacceiior to a. A. Brown.)
Cfl"i"s lv:as on hand and trttn&edon hort .;
lice. I nets s low n aay in me v auey.
!Ui.uirii:K if til kinds done- trompily and
Bariul Robes furnished
J. L MILLER,
Krtr ccnlntly on hand a fall Line of
HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLE3,
VIIIl'3, COMBS, BRUSHES,
And everything: usually kept m a first
TTTO DOOKS KOKTII OF THE BANK.
fce2ishest Cash Fries Fail fir Bit
Flour & Feed
CHAS. E. PUTHAM, Prop.
Corn. Meal. Braa Choppod FmIwI
YUit the fled Clond Grocery. Feed aaiFre
yifiun store when you naai rui-plieafer aa ae
inchest market pr ia ease naip for gtaBa
AII kimU ormwirry lodure tiken n tachtaaja
for !. t'uvilrdfciieered to all iart of tMTB
trr vl charfe.
.irr.Wr Uccd's llo Factry.
REDCtdua, - Nebraska.
The Proof of the
have only to
on as ana we can easi
ly convince you that we
do sell .".-
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sd-callcd "Bed fockpii
cwidertij?ed by other
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THURSDAY DEC. 29. I88J.
Jjoeal ailcfrtirimeni inttrted among
tht rtndinq matter trill be charged lOcff., a
line each insertion.
A jack rabbit bunt was talked of
The National Soldier it the name of
a new paper just started at Kearney.
Next Saturday is the time to "swear
off' again, as Sunday ushers in a new
We would like to give some one a
receipt for the price of a ton of hay.
on back account.
The shooting match came off as
advertised last Saturday, and several
Turkeys were won and lost.
TheWomans Suffrage Society will
meet at the residence of Mrs. Dr.
Baird, Friday evening Dec. 30th.
An excursion train will be run from
Red Cloud to Denve'r, Colorado, over
the B. A M. on or about the 4th of
Useful as well as Ornamental, and a
splendid holiday gift those Ladies
Traps try Camp Rockers at the Furni
The Chief office has a large stock of
papers and cardboards on hand, and is
prepared to do all kinds of job printing
at short notice.
Say, you, why can't you bring us
corn, wood or hay and square up that
old account. Just try it if you want
to sec us smile.
Thoc Novelty Folding Cutting, or
Card Tables, at the Furniture Store.
Call and tee them.
Kendall's "Horeo Books," worth
$2.fi0, for sale at the Chief office at
25 cents apiece. If you own a horse,
be sure and get one of those really
We learn that a little boy whose
parents reside somewhere up-the river,
ate a small lump of concentrated lye
last Friday and died from the effects a
few hours thereafter.
Married? At the Holland House in
the city of Red Cloud, on the 25th of
Dec. 188 1, by the Rev. Qeo. 0.
Yeiser, Mr. James JE. Weatherwax
and Miss Lizzie E. Rutherford, all
of Webster county Neb.
Our young people wishing to attend
tho largest and best business institu
tion should correspond with Prof.
Miller, President . of tho Great
Mercantile College at Keokuk,
There seems to be but very few of
the young people in this vicinity per
petrating matrimony this winter.
The scarcity of wood nnd the high
price of coal must have a depressing
effect upon tho young: men.
Mr. C. E. Putnam is branching out
in his business, having rented the
store room formerly occupied by Ro
senthal Bros., whicbThe will fill with
goods in a few days. He will also
continue business at the old stand.
D. S. Helvern returned from
nois last week, where he has been
the lost three months. Ho says that
during the time that he was in Illinois
there was not store than three or four
days that the sun was not obscured by
clouds, and that he was glad to get
back to Nebraska and enjoy its balmy
air and cloudless skies.
Write to Miller's Great Mercantile
College, Keokuk, Iowa, oh the Mississ
ippi. Book-keepers, Penmen, Short
Hand Peporters, Telegraph Operators,
and School Teachers thoroughly fitted.
Don't fail to Address.
Prof. W. H. Miller,
This age is one of Marvellous ad
vance. The discovery of new adap
tations of Electrical forces in the next
ten years will astonish the world.
Intelligent and skilled Attorneys
are essential iu securing Patents for
ComwniKTrte'with Prcsbey & Green
529 7th St.,. Washington D. C.
All knowing themselves inedebted to
the undesigned are notified that his
f books and accounts must bo closed
innnedialzly, otherwise costs will be
added, as they will be placed in the
hands of an attorney for collection.
This is the last call I shall make.
2l-2-w J. M. Mosena, M. D.
We desire fc acknowledge the re
ceipt of some very valuable presents
on Christmas eve.; having received
about the value of twenty dollars.
The people of Red Cloud have already
manifested an interest in myself and
family, which tends to 'make us
(though strangers) feel much at home.
We shall long remember their gener
osity and pray for their happiness.
Geo. W. Hawlky,
Paetor of M. E. Church.
The immense trade enjoyed by Mi-ner-Bros.,
since their business was es
tablished here, and particuUrly in the
last few weeks, partiary due to the
feci that their stock of goods is always
oompieie, comprising nearty every-
itfeiag that the people require, ami of
I iIm beat quality that can be purchased
in vne eastern sarKa, an ot winch is
offered at jmemjhat oan.fet plea-e
tfce taoiJaiitd 4raw cw&bm from fcr
ndhMar. - Kemeiber that it will
always set yew mterest to call at
Miser Bret, store, whea yeit ejMe te
not Mites ke asake sat
pmjtypmpnu twy seiKiuag aayway
Ujm. oace see taek a4tracT stfk.
The last week has wifsatgd ssore
mud than usual iu this country.
The indication are that thie will
be a very open and pleasant winter.
If there ie anytbtsc scarcer thaa
money and coal, it is local items this
A new store has been started at
Amboy, a Miss Polly is the proprietor,
the stock of goods was fnrnished by
Mr. Roby of this place.
Friday of last week was a lively day
in Red Cloud, aa the people were buy
ing their goods for the holidays, aad
all classes o( dealers made large sales.
Last Saturday huae'reds of dollars
worth of presents were bought in Ked
Cloud, and hundreds of children ami
some grown people were made happy
for the time being.
The Rev. H. L. Howard from Cen
tialia Kansas, will preach both morn
ing and evening at the Congregational
church in this place, next Sabbath, the
1st day of Jan. 1882.
Dr. Hall will go to New York the
latter, part of this week for the pur
pose of attending a course of medical
lectures. His, family will accompany
him as far as Burlington, Iowa.
The Social, under the auspices of
the Ladies Aid Society, will be held at
the residence of D. B. Spanogle on
Friday evening Dec, 30th. Cake and
Pop Corn will be served. A good at
tendance is desired. Sec. pro tern.
It is customary with country news
papers to skip an issue between the
holidays and allow the hard worked
members of the craft to take a rest,
but the Chief, under its present man
agement has never missed an issue on
account of either sickness, death or
the holidays, hence this holiday issue
comes out prompt and smiling, as
About the only reason the creamery
enterprise cannot be made a success
here is because tho farmers do not
take an interest in the matter. A few
residents of a town cannot run a
county fair and make of it a success,
it has been tried, neither can they
successfully get up a "creamery asso
ciation" unless they can get the farm
ers to take hold of it.
We learn that the post of the Grand
Army of the Republic at Wells post
office have erected a hall of their own
in that lively little burg, and will
henceforth have a place to meet where
none dare "molest or make afraid."
This is enterprise and we hope the
boys will soon realize enough from
the rent of the hall to other parties to
pay for the entire building.
Shclton Clipper sayB: John B.
Finch, the great temperance advo
cato is again in trouble. He is accus
ed of bad conduct with a young lady
in Adams county, and the Juniata
Herald is raking John over the coals
in good shape. This is not John's
first trouble with women. It is gen
erally admitted that Finch is a fraud
at heart, and a disgrace upon the
good cause he claims to labor in.
We publish- a letter this week from
one of our subscribers whose early ed
ucation evidently was sadly neglected.
Our first impulse was to throw the
effusion into the waste basket, hut
upon second thougnt concluded to
publish it just as it was written, that
he might have the pleasure of seeing
himself in print. Possibly the next
time he writes he will not neglect to
append the usual request to "please
correct all errors.
Read the article on the inside of this
paper entitled "Mutilation of beauty's
ears," not only once but many times.
Study it, and see if you do not come to
the sensible conclusion that the pier
cing of the ears is a relic of barbarism
that should be discarded at once by all
sensible females. Had we the framing
of a law granting to women the right
of suffrage, we would make it condi
tional that only those who forever re
nounced the pernicious habit of mutil
atfrtg the ears, should enjoy that
There is two or three things that
parents who send their children to
school should recollect. They should
recollect that they have haid work to
control their two or three children at
home, and that it is much easier to
control two or three than it is two or
three hundred. They should recol
lect that there is not one man in five
hundred who can take charge of a
school the size of the Red Cloud
school and make a success of it. They
should recollect that while their
children are bad at home, they are
much worse at school, where there is
so many bad children together. Don't
censure the teacher without just
Keokuk, Iowa, Dec., 23d71S81.
Statistics place Keokuk, lown,
among the healthiest cities in the
Union. It is finely sitauted on the
Missippi River, is growing rapidly, has
large wholesale houses, manufactories,
pork-packing establishments, lumber
yards, water works, excellent schools
and colleges, finely paved streets, the
great ship canal; does an immense
railroad, steamboat and shipping busi
ness. The now shops of the vast Wa
bash railroad system are adding to
Keokuk's prosperity, making her fu
ture, bright indeed.
. Miller's Great Mercantile College is
shariaefin the general good fortaae,
being full ef students. Younj men ar
rive daily frees all parts. The teach
tea are experienced men, giriag their
entire Jtisse to. the; work. Expenses
are light as can be expected, The
United State eenrts are held in the
mwcMXj awweeasf nr awjeaaj: aweeaaau itMfwsrasa. m aemaasawZ' anal' nawnemear
i r spm,'. vaiaswaawj- -an wne. vwana; naai - , - -, .
Dae. 34, IM1.
Mum ToAf--Once a sitasen of
Red Cloud presinct and knowing sum
thing of the Boys over the river in re
gard to hoo is, and hoo is not capible
ofjuging. But let me smile to you
Mister tomas not by the way of pul
ing the cork from the botttle, but by
the shoing of my teath and say that
I do hereby and hereon think that the
time is come for the gun to be loded
and the shot fired for that long talked
of investigation to begin to loeae up
and nock the wind out of one party or
Som fellers acros the River tsM as
that if we would com to tho lection
and vote the strata Republican ticket
and if the Republican ticket was lee
ted that there would be an investiga
sion of county afares, the other fellers
acros the rier told us that if we would
com to lection and votef the bolters-half-breed
ticket, and that if the sore-hcd-half-brede-mungrel
ticket was lec
tcd there would be and invesugasion
in county afares. Even som of the
half-brede-bolters said that just as son
as the liction was ore they would
give fifty dollars out of there own
bricbes pockets to start an investia
sion. How you Cheaf man you strate
Republican and you balf-brede-eore-hed-bolters,
where is your investiga
sion ? Ah, you would lie to us fellers
would you ? Just for the sake of a
vote. Do not take us for marenes and
ingines in this matter. Do not think
because we have no education and
can't rite like you fellers and make
publick speeches like the little mwer
orater, that we do not understand
what politicel felllers say and not for
what is said after lection.
Now Sur if it was rite to advocate
investigation before lection is is rite
after lection and if Mister Tul lies is all
rong before lection he is al rong after
lection, too rongs dose not make one
rite. Mister Baha and Bushaw was
lected on the grounds of an Investiga
shon and we want it er else al you
slick fellers lie.
I herd som smart men say and good
Republicans that the county coni
mishoners is the ones to make an in
vestigasion come. Well now Mister
Tomas that strikes me aa rite, if they
don't make it com alio people of this
county will he foled, and they ar not
the men we took thent'selves to be.
I want al you fellera to look outc for
if you don't investigate there is som
thing rong shu re, commissioners sup
pose that one or ul of you was raned
up before a jury like Mister Tulliea
was raned up before Webster county,
and it just lacked one witness to
prove your inicense and you had the
power to get that witnea, wouldn't
you get him and prove your inicense
and go fre ? Yes you would.
Now we all no that Mister Tullies
bod the power to get that witness,
which is the reckords and clear hisself
before lection and there by lect his-sclf
clirk why did he not do so?
Let the ded answer, the living wont,
and too tho commishoncrs had the
power to fetch that witnes and make
the county pay tor his-eelf coming and
testifying and freing their clirk. Why
did they not do so ? Ar these hidden
misteries not solved by god yet ?
Mister Tomas if it was rite to cry
investigasbon then it is now, why is
these fellers any more onest since lec
tion than they was before lection,
without proving them-selves so ?
We want an investigasion and want
the commuhoners to get down to biss
lies once in there lives and show to
the people that politicks is no hambug
but a reality and the vote of the peo
ple was for an invesugaaho and they 1
shal have it and of those whose rite
it is, do not fetch that investigasion,
we say woo unto you clirk, conimiah
oners and bolters, for ye com pas see
and land to make one prosilite to vote
your ticket, and when he is mad you
make him too fold more the child of
hel than yourselves. Respectful,
Gen. Geo. H. Roberts, of Harlan
county, Neb., was the spokesman in
presenting to Senator Logan, of Illi
nois, a cane made from the old frigate
The excitement caused by the dis
covery of coal on the Conklin place,
last week, has not died out, but is to
the contrary. Further investigations
have been made and it is demonstra
ted, beyond a reasonable doubt, we
think, that coal in abundance has
been found. Alma Herald,
Jno. A. Vincent, of Culbertson, was
taken to the insane asylum from this
place, last Tuesday, his father, D. D.
Vincent, haying stopped off here to
have the necessary papers made out
for his admittance into the asylum, at
Lincoln. His insanity is supposed to
be only temporary, having been
brought on by a long and severe ill
ness of brain fever, and it is hoped
by all a short residence at the asylum
and the consistent treatment he will
receive there will eventually clear his
mind from the cloud that now hangs
over it. Arapahoe Pimteer.
The following piece of choice news
paper literature we clip from one of
our up river contemporaries. It
would seem that our brothers up there
are not exactly on the beet ef terras.
Tms J&ferpriae ghoul says that
Hurd and Dawson villiaaeuely res
arrected poor Xiskl, altera had been
dead and buried for lour years, and
voted him at A ma. This ems a vaUaa-
teas dead, bat as be was iaesntry
terreaana nis seam now wst m
tit was not so be. Haw
the state of anaim ia Rppahwean City.
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MMHiKvciNtiil. itr f
Sevii iiMii inhse cVe&in
the mm Is mtb. a4 kk great s4
Is raair halsv m pveyer a 1 rel.
'tie um earn vewrie are aae4aal fceelai.
Tfcax tk levart ie a reveal!.
Bet aew. vkate'er ike tpUU ee.
Mm vera are kt a aeeeserr
Oa ania of aid Jert aw U mare
Te lis. tkaa ana of atiatly lore;
If f aiset pray, mr la year aeert.
BetfUsaiaaUfil Olre l a .tart t
Tie etU foil efteei aaVfe
Of sraren af prae. eff seeaxhisi a ea:
Bet tee aeatteae eamto mU all aaakiad.
A aaatw aa mU. aa4 kart u lad.
lea Mke a CWirtUa-eraak la ieeii.
A eekla Ue'e tke kK of ereen
as ka ekaU wear a royal crews
Wke aj? aiea a MR ka they are dava.
run usuri fofvlu xoxtily.
The January number is one of re
markable excellence, ami ab-nuul
with literary and artistic brilliant.
Prominent among the later is tho col
ored frontispiece, "The Finishing
Touch," by Meyer Vou Bremen.
ply," which is profuaclv illustrated.
'Distinguished Invalids" "In the Land
of the Pyrenees," "Chatsworth," by N.
Robinson, "Hearing" by T. Jeffry
Parker, are a few of the finely -illustrated,
noteworthy articles. Gerald Carl
ton's serial, "Leonie, Empress of the
Aair," is continued; and among the
admirable short stories are "The 930
Up," "La Jeune; or Actress and Wom
an," "Sister Marguerite," "Sainty's
Christmas Gifts." and "The Murder in
the Rue St Denis," both by Helen W.
Piersou, etc., etc. There are several
Kmes of merit, aa unpublished one
. Sir Walter Scott is invested with
peculiar interest. There aro also de
scriptive and personal sketches, para
graphs on a variety of subjects entcr
esting and affording valuable
information. The number contains
128 quarto pages and about 100 illus
trations, and is offered at the low price
of 25 cents. Tho annual subscription
is 33, sent post-free. Address, Fkank
Leslie, Publisher, 53, 55 and 57 Park
Place, New York.
Notice ia tkU eolaaa will fcr rhtrged 5 ceata
a Hae each weak.
Headquarters for flour at Putnam's
Flour and Feed Store. "
Ladies calling cards a splendid as
sortment, at the Chief office.
A full stock of iron and wood
pumps, at Mitchell & Morhakt.
For Sale: 1C0 acre. of land 7
miles south-west of Red Cloud, partly
under cultivation. Timber and water.
Apply at this office.
Smith Brothers announce still an
other important reduction in rate of
interest on time loans. Straight nirie
Sr cent annual interest. Call at the
ank and leave your application.
$50,000 To Loan
On Real Estato security, at 9 per
cent., annual interest. No commis
sions, at The Webster County Bank.
Red Cloud. 10-tf
I have purchased the fractional fc
of land laying between Peter MeXitt's
and the river. And the public is
hereby notified not to cut any timber
on the same. M. B. McXitt.
7 Per Cent . Money to Loan!
Money to prove un with on final re
ceipt, or on deeded land at 7 per cent.,
and 1-62 per cent, commission, or at
straight 9 per cent, no commiiion.
Jso. R. Willoox.
Office next door to Chief office. 30ft
Mamy persons are bitterly opposed
to "patent medicines," and will rarely
use them at all. There is no doubt
that many are worthless, yet a remedy
that has stood the test for years, like
Dr. Sherman's Prickly Ash Bitters,
and its sale and popularity increasing
every day, must have merit or
it would have dissappcarcd long
Money To Loan
On Real Estate, in Webster and ad
joining counties at the very best rates.
It will pay every farmer who thinks of
borrowing money, to see me before
making arrangements with any other
No expense to the borrower no
tedious delay no dealing with eastern
parties no application fee, bonus or
commission no fee for making or
recording papers or taking acknowl
edgements no advance or semi-annual
interest, and no interest until
money is actually in hand.
Call upon or address
R. A. Simfsov.
38tf Loan Broker, Blue Hill, Neb.
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Final Proof Notices.
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Laad Otlee at WeaUeloa Neb. Dea. T. lML
Notlr te kereky firea tket tke fellewlag
aaael teltler kae tie aottre e( kl iateaUea te
sake final proof In meert ef kla elala. aei
ecare taal entry tkcreof bfore Jaeeu A, Tel
ler, elerk ef tke roart la IVebtur eoeatr at kit
eSee la Rnl Cloud Neb., ea Taeeiay. Jaaaary
ITlk. 1HX. via.
Taoa C. Let a a
U'i So. 4001 & the Cj aeVi ) mi ee. t
town ta raae Ow. He aatar tke fllla
witaeeeee to pruve ki eoatiaaoe retldeaee
aten arviealUraUoa ofeaU Iaa4. rie. Saa
eel J. UuUkUoa. Cbarlee 0. Barter. AUetet
Riley. Ikujiaiaa Setkburger all ef Nacaatla
ded&JenU 0. W.HWIT2RR. KeUtr.
Jaakia Daeia will take aoUee. Ikat oa Ike
2Ut Say of November 11. P. C. Raaekow a
Juttiee of tie Pece of Potlaai preelaet. Web
ster county Nebreeka, inaed ea enltr of at
UskaieDtfarlkesnai ef StrSO. la aa atlea
peaei&f before kita. wketeia Stabler A DeUkir
are plaintiff aaJ uiJ Jeakla Deri Jtfiaaeat.
Tkat property eeeeieUac of one wacoa, eae
eora ptatttei.oae eeeder. oae barrow, one oIky
plow, two kortea. oaetaltivetor. be beea
tacked under leld order. haH eeate wej con
tinued to tke tk day of Jaaaerr H& at 10
o'clock a. in.
bTALKt A Diisat.a. rUiatlSn.
Ity Mxroa A 2wey. Att'r.
Hlue IHIl. WebttcrCoHaty Nebraska. lem
ber6th I4il. 1
JfnVin.'.ravU will Uka aotlee, tkat ea tke
Sllh day o! Noreaber 1M1. F. C. Ilaeehow a
Jattiee of tbe Peace of PoUdaa precinct. Web
Ur County Nebreeka, lened aa order of at
taehraeat fur ikeiua ef 9f7M. Inlen action
Peudinc before kia wkeretn tbe Vaailirer Cora
lanter Co,, are plelalift end eald Jc&kln
Darit defendant. Tkat property eoaeittlnc of
one watxin. one eora plaaUr. one eeeder one
rulkr plow on- barrow oa.mn cultivator and
two anree kae beta attacked aoder raid order.
8idcaufe waarvnliqaed to tke lUib day uf
January at 10 o'clock a. a.
1 be Vendirer Ore Planter Co.
Ily it Attorney Slur"- AMwany.
Dlae Ilill. WoUter Coanty Nebraska Decem
ber CtklMl. 11-w 5
By virtue of an orler of ale btneJ nnt of
tbe Fifth Judicial Dirtrict Court in ant for
Webttercnnnty ybrtka, upon ajadcement ia
aa aerioa wherein Peter Redenkaa i plaintia'
aad AafwU . Haith, Jaac M. Hmltb. bar
buibanaand John Walker are defendant.
tkell offer for (ale atPaWtc Auotioa et tbe caat
door of tbe Coact llouie in K1
CIoa4 In raid eoaatj (last bclnr the Ian place
wkere tke lart trra ef aaM avert u heUi oa
theZlst day of Jaanarr Hwt at one oVUci p. a.
the followini detcriawa arepTty to wit
Tbe North Wc4t quarter of eciioa twenty
two i'H) Township on (1) North of lUnc
twelve (12) Wcit of the 6tb principle Meridiau
Uiren under my hand tht llth day oT ie
cmbrlMl. Jo. W WimK,
l-w-6 Mieriffof Whitr County.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Tka ec1eewt of Kretk aeau. SauHae
f irwl and everything io tke llaa tkat tka aw
ktt a Verde, alwajra a keai.
SirSkae tw wacas seats ef kaia'i rmataia
at tbe Store of
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
A large stock of Germantown Wool,
Zephyrs" and Stocking Yarn, always
DRESS Goods, ALL WOOL Hoods,
and a full Supply of FLANNELS,
Always on Hand.
HOODS OF HOME MANUFACTURE.
TOYS for the Children and Every
thing else you need, at
MATHEWS Jc IFANNERS,
Sae krt woer west of Welter Cewatr Saak.
X2D CLOUD. 5EBKA3KA.
in theiiigheot style tf ta
OH9CC JLITD GET A. CLEAN UUTE.
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Chicago Lumber Yard!
Rod Cloud ltbrak
yard aotmiijr iiAMrrara
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Wi5of Ume. Hair, Crawat, Vlfrt sWttiiaf toy
Kir. E$c ftc
Immense Stock of Dry Goods,
MiVRSH Has Them.'
COME! COME! COME!
SPANOGLE & FUNK,
HEADQ UARTE11S FOR
Two Doors South of Rank,
RED CLOUD. - 2STEBBASKA.
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