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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1882)
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MAN ABOUT TOWN.
Lots of Beats A Shoe at
J, 0. Poma's.
IVam who bor tfietr rroceries of
Esrwards, nevt? need hare the Dyspep-1
sia.- Call and examine.
Clothing, and Hats cheap at
J. G. FoTTaVa.
Canaed good for tale cheap, at
A fpfendid line of Printa, at
J. G. Form's
Go the way the crow flies Edwards
has come to stay. See the tumult go
after once using Edwards' groceries,
-you will use no other.
Gilt Edgx Butte ox Ics, at
t)ttu Lawns at 6 eta per yard,
Coots k Shoes will be sold cheap for
cash at, J.G. PoTTKa's.
For groceries go to Kaley & Lctson's
Go to Mi ncr Bros, for Prints of al
A. A. Pope has sold fifty cfcht mow-
Una season. Ho sella the Buckeye,
. Standard, and Wood.
Moet handsome bracelets west of the
Missouri river nt F. II. Uoro's.
"See the conquering hero comes,"
direct from Edwards' with an arm full
"Minnesota Bent flour, Hungarian
Process, for sale at Putxam's
"For boots and shoes go to Kaley &
1500 pounds of Arbucklcs coffee, at
Vi cents per pound, at Marsh's.
Best and genuine cider vinegar at
Edwards' grocery store.
For dry goods go to Kaley & Let
son's. Call and see tho stock and prices of
Boots and Shoes before purchasing
elsewhere, at J. G. Potter's.
J. G. Potter has just received a large
took of dry goods which it will pay
you to call and examine.
Roby has the boss apples in town
only 40 cents per peck.
To the farmers and people of WeV
fcr county. I m aware of this fact,
that I am dependent on you for the
support of myself and family, and Tor
tins reason t keep for sale harness,
collars, whins, llv-nets and everything
in the harness Hue which I will sell at
tiring profits. O. U. ItoBKRTB.
Newest and finest styles of bracelets
The cry is. ONWARD ! ONWARD !
for Edwards' grocery.
TWnvrr nnd New Orleans coal, the
best in the world, for salo by Jones &
Mageo's lumber company, Keu cioua
in Jnne it Maeee's Lumber Com-
Tanv for vour lumber and coal. They
are sole agenis ior icnw
Orleans coal, in Nebraska.
a TBn AM,
W. B. Roby will deliver goods free to
all parts of the city. - an
Tf mu want a trood harness to carry
.nM tKrnnirh this world easy, leave
your order with Roberta and in this
way save money.
For clothing, hats etc., go to Kaley
Fine Saginaw salt, $2,00pcr barrel at
Largest stock of fresh kroceriea in
the valley at Edwards'.
See that immense stock of groceries
rtiatalinn wratrbf-J. fill the TSgO for
ladies in tho east at Gore's.
For a superior quality of bread, go
to the bakery of C. E. Putnam
Putnam delivers broad to 'all. parts
of the city.
Ormsby & Dlcterson want' 10XKW
pounds of old iron right away quick,
and 50,000 pounds of rags. Opposite
Terkins & Mitchell's, Red.. Cloud, Neb.
The B5-& M R. R., known as the
BurlingtoiP Route" offers- special ad
vantages2 to travelers. See thier
Choice- Hams IC-cents per poend a
BamemUer that tlie cheapest is not
flhebest, But the best is always the
'Roberts. Hiving profits is-all I ak' or
F. H. Gore has-jurt' hVoflghf on the
iest lot of jewelry lie ever had.
Freeh berries and ice creamat J-.-K.
Rings from fifty cents to fifty dollars
Jnplea 50 cents a peck- at X- K
-The delicate oder of Florcaton Colo
gne is entirely novel. Look for signa
ture of Uiscox k. OOj,N. Y., on each'
: An lma Iblllty ,
DasertiMg.artielsfi are always appre
caated. The exceptional cleanliness of
Tati-er'cHair Balsam makes it popu
kr: '1ftrayf hairs aro impossible with its
. oocaaioiial use.
: $50,000 Ta Lots
X)a Bal Estate security , at 9- per
-j-i Tlia Webster Cntv Bank.
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tmwttSf the Uu corn ris,
Of fcrty days and forty nights.
And then cone oat with our heads
Teachers examination to-day and to
morrow. Teachers Inetitate of this county,
Number 1 was three hours late last
Fat. McKenna, run 1 and 2 during
Mr. Gtaeby'a recent illness.
Mr. Jno. Feeney, of Hastings, made
this office a plaeaot call Tuesday.
The bridal party returned from their
eastern pleasure-tour last Sunday even
ing. The stock shipping season is upon
us; seventeen car-loads fed here ust
The school furniture for the new
school house, baa arrived, and is being
Mr. McLane and family have remov
ed to Wymorc, where they will reside
It looks very much like rain, but
as "all signs rail in a ary time, ' we
may miss it.
New subscribers still continue to
come in and have their names put on
the roll of honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Seely and daughter
will accept ye local's thanks for that
If any circus that is traveling in the
west will come to Red Cloud, they will
be well patronized.
The diiHt is temporarily suspended,
the elements having seen fit to give us
a refreshing shower.
Several of the b'boys wenf'koonin' "
the other night and came in with six
teen melons. Awful!
About fifty men and boys indulged
in bathing in the peerless waters of
the Republican Sunday. '
Miss MuDaniel of this place, has
been employed as one of the teachers
in the school at Rivcrton.
The Rev. Geo. O. Yicser, will preach
next Sabbath, morning and evening,
D. V., at the Congregational church.
The Red Cloud Reds played the Riv
crton's at Riverton Wednesday. Tho
score stood, 17 to 10 in favor of the
The Misses Richardson andSpanogle
rendered some very nice vocal music
at the eutertainment last Friday even
ing. Mr. Bumey, formerly master me
chanic at Hastings, will hereafter re
side in Red Cloud, holding the same
Prof. Judson and wife arrived in
Red Cloud last week -from Iowa, and
will take charge of the schools at their
Several of the b'hoys went to Has
tings Tuesday, to witness the playing
between tho Colorado "cracks" and
the Hastings ditto.
Mr. Thomas, ex-editor, but now a
man of Ieisure,"withcut visible means of
support," returned last week, after
rusticating several days in the east.
Lost. A child's gold chain and
Turkois locket with a pearl set. The
finder will bo liberally rewarded by
leaving the same at the store of W. B.
Sheriff Warren was called away to
Lincoln yesterday, so could not aid in
the excursion reception to-day, but L.
P. Albright of the Webster county
bank will take his place.
TheQ. and B. AM., on the main
line, have been slaughtering the bag
gagemen and passenger brakemen'a
wages. Baggagemen now get $55 and
brakemen $50. So it goes.
Fourteen to two in favor of the
Leadville nine, at Hastings last Tues
day. This is the first time, be believe,
the Hastings Reds have experienced a
defeat since its organization. Jes zo.
Uncle Sam Garber, is still quite poor
ly, but we understand his physician,
Dr. Smith, of Guide Rock, says he is
doing as well as could be expected,
and hopes for his restoration to health'
Joseph Cheatham, Baptist minister
of Walnut Creek, was in town Wed
nesday on his way home from a visit
to southeastern Iowa, from whence he
brought with him Mrs. Pierce, is
If some one was to knock English
hell out of Mr. Clute, our foreman, we
thinkMieirould be a real cute printer
but crtjo. as he is we do -not know what
we should do without him.and we sus
pect heknows it.- n
"Pappy" Willis? one ofthobiggest
hearted men weaver met, and' skilled
in his profession; "throttled" th'e Iowa
atid Illinois editors frowj' McCook to
Akronf- Colorado, last- week. The
boys-say hegot thar'.-
The bell for the Congregational
church is on the way. We propose to
have an ice cream festival at the first
riugingofthe bell. Farther notice
will be given of the time.
' By order of committee.
Mr. J.-L. Duncan, of Cloverton, has
returned frosa s six months visit to
Ohio, calledat our office Wednesday
and had his paper changed Yrooit Ohio, J
to BaUnwaere he has a fiarsa and is
engaged espeeially in thesaaBufactare
ofsaolssses frofngar casse. He thinks
he Baathe beet' spy status, and can
awpply (to lieet artielw'int in county,
and at the Ieaai expense,'-
Xr. 8. N. Rics
nserning. More . heJift. He
Hiosbtbad done hlki $M0vwe4h
we hTe-nei. wse leawt
ft. RAas et a- leave
I tMi llii aa m. U
i a dry-tisae, is big Iking. -
XcBride. wa knewn ta Has
tings literary ciraiet, luss been can
dncting a ekes in elocution in the
Webster cotwty net as si for the past
week. Next week ate will, take a
date in the Yerk county Teachers
Institute, after which she will take a
long needed vacation and rest, by a
visit to the mountains. Gazette-Journal.
Charley Bteffen who came in last
fall, 1ms a show for a big com crop.
He has no fear of the country. He
has a fine crop of young walnut trees
from teed this year from 8 to 25 inches
high. He believes if a man will do
his part, be can have a crop without
The Red Cloud Chict recently
changed hands, Xr. Thomas retiring
and Mr. LuU assuming control. Our
young friend A. J. Clute, Jr., familiar
ly known to many of our readers, has
charge of the mechanical department,
and is making many handsome im
provements on Ite paper. Doniphan
Mr. C. . Putnam has purchased the
bakery owned by Mr- Parks, just
south of his down-town store. He is
turning out an excellent quality of
bread, and delivers it to his customers
in all parts of the city. He is making
some very valuable improvements.and
we may look for a superior quality of
The following explains itself, for
which compliment we return our
hearty and sincere thanks:
V. Lutz, Ed. Red Cloud Ciiife:
Dear Sir. You are cordially invited
to be present and participate in the
Iowa Editorial Banquet, at the dining
hall, Red Cloud, Thursday evening,
August 16th, 1882, at 7 o'clock, p. si.
Yours very truly,
A. R. Gaoe.
On our trip south lately,' we ran
across some natural curiosities. We
found a 3 year old heifer 16 hands
or 67 inches high, or as tall as tho six
legged cow which most of our readers
no doubt have seen, belonging to J.
M. Brown. Brown is doubtless a com
N. Edwards has just received from
St. Joe, a full and complete stock of
groceries, rrom tne manner in wnicn
he has commenced operations, it looks
as if be calculated himself a fixture of
Red Cloud. His long experience at
the business enables him to give first
class bargains. Call and see him.
"Competition is the life of trade."
Mr. C. G. Pearse, representing the
Crete nurseries, left at our office last
Monday morning two varities of Crab
apples the Hyslop and Siberian, and
two varities of summer apples the
Dutchis01denburg,and Red Astrachan
For plumpness and delicious flavor,
they cannot be excelled. This nursery
ranks among the growing industries of
our state, being superintended by one
of the best nurserymen in the slate.
Mr. Pearse has our thanks and we
hope he may be successful in taking
orders in this county, for which pur
pose he is now here.
Two young "knockers" from the
rural districts took too much of the
corn-juice last faejtrday, and upon
leaving town it began to work myster
iously upon their systems. They in
dulged in showing their girls who
were with them, how nice it would be
to ride at locomotive speed, and pro
ceeded to put their horses on a run.
Just before they arrived at the railroad
crossing, the yard men saw them com
ing and immediately proceeded to flag
them, but they heeded not, and passed
just ahead of a train running through
tho yard. Fortunately no one was
On our way home from 8mith Cen
ter the other day or night rather, we
were taken in and cared for by friend
J. M. Brown, of Judson, formerly from
Jones county, Iowa. In the morning
"Jack" showed us his ,4outlay" for the
future, and far from a mean one did it
prove to be. He has 580 acres, 200 in
cultivation, 160 under fence, with 46
head of horn stock 40 bead of bogs
and ten head of horses and colts. This
stock farm of Mr. Brown's is on the
White Rock, 12 miles from Red Cloud
near the state line. Mr. Brown began
here in 1872. He has just erected a
new frame houso 28x36 feet, one and
a half stories high; has plenty of tim
ber and stock water on his place. In
fact as we told him, he has a lay out
for an independent farmers fortune.
Last Friday, the 18tb, we went to the
Normal to hear the children old
and 3oung "eay their pieces," and
after waiting a long time for them they
finally commenced, led by the leader,
Mr. Campbell, who did very well, but
we thought subjected himself to some
just criticism. .'All were entitled -to
credit for prompt response when call
ed upon. We came away- before the
award of premiums, but understood
that the "Red ribbon" was awarded to
Mrs. A. J. Clute, Jr., which we regard
ed as a well merited award, her subject
was. as we understood. "The Polish
Boy," exceedingly pathetic and ren
dered by rehearsal. Mrs. C, is doubt
less an emcieQt leacoer, ot acuiai
IniHia week's issue will appear what
has been put out as a "Chief extra,"
whieh'doubUess will satisfactorily ex
plain itself to most readers. To others
we will say that it finds its way into
our regular issue for more than a
single reason. First, the issuing of the
extra broke in hncelr on our time
table in getting out our regular, and
secontt it is ueesnea a mauer of inter
est to our regular patrons to know
what we are up to, ana what we have
to aay to other folks besides them. We
aim to make the Cmcr the friend and
servant of the entire community, and
they must be the judges whether we
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Geex IT. E. Dorsey of Fremont, Neb.
ealied at this office yesterday in com
pany nitli Gov. Garber. We learn thai-
Mr. D. m on tl.egnbcttistorial rzee
course, being put there by a retinue of
ardent admirers, and friends. Up looks
at first sight as if he might be aa good
a governor as our own Silaa, which we
think would do.
lev. C 1L Stebbin of Roanoke Col-
. ", v irgi wa, na aessjpissi a
call from the Trinity Ev. Latneran
church (English), at Red Cloud. feb.,
and now becomes their permanent
pastor. Divine services will be held
every sabbath at the court house, at
11 . M., and 7:30 r. M. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. AU are cordially invited to
If the effusion found under our door
Saturday morning was the product of
the mind of our genial batch e lor friend
"Jemes of the golden fleece", who liv
elh in a lovely vale by hinwelf at
whose door we have been strongly in
clined to lay it, in our minds we re
gret that he did not assume a bolder
standing which we believe might have
made his applaus more appreciable
and secured to him a surer guarantee
of his desired object.
Last Saturday at 3:30 P. M., in re
sponse to a note from sister M. Gil
lispie, we ordered out "Lady White
Stockings." and sulky for a 35 mile
drive, to make her a short Sunday
visit at her daughter's Mrs. M. E. Ed
son, near Smith Centre, Kansas. The
moon going to its bed below the hori
zon, we were compelled to find one
above, and wait for the direct light of
the sun, ss we regard no man safe in
driving through such a section by
faith alone. Rough as it is, though
they have some good crop prospects,
but they aresufTeriug much more than
we from drought. Some fields are
already burned to death in tho vicini
ty of Smith Centre, further south, wc
were told, it is still worse, but nowhere
north of the stale lino did we see a
field of total failure of crops. We
noticed tliat where corn had been put
in early and well tended, it was a good
crop and not yet suffering frorad rought.
We found that Mrs. Edson had plenty
of peach sauce and peach pie oh her
table, and an abundance of them on
the trees some of which wcro quite
ripe, most of them however not so, but
will be in a couplo of weeks.
Last Saturday morning as wo came
to the office we noticed a folded slip
of paper under our office door, and
unfolding found tho following ver
batim, as nearly as we were able to
decipher it. Wc sec nothing specially
bad in the spirit of it, and grant tho
writer's request to print it and let our
readers dispose of it according'to their
respective inclinations. As to our-
ri elves we arc ready to say that we
think Miss McBride's rendering of the
subject, evidently referred to which
by tho way we undcrstood'to be a se
lection from "Romeo and Juliett" in
stead of "Romulus and Julia" as our
contributor has it deserved a higher
compliment if such a thing could be:
red cloud cloud chef offes hearg lady
coart house 1st night i got to thinging
fc thought i ought to let the world now
how that woman made me feel 2 dont
no if i cin tel it so youl no if you ciu
rede this but i hope youl be able to
rede and ges it out so som how so that
?;irl wil find out how she made one fel
er fele that peso that romulus and
julia was the lovenest thing i ever felt
in all my life i hav no wife but if i
ever ever find ono one likelier ill giv
her a cleen deed of my 160 if shell just
love me an no body else while i live i
wish you would print this if you cin
make any thing out of it humble hom-
Lsmrn f FtorMsj.
The orange, cocoanut and lime
groves of Florida are attracting thous
ands. It is no longer said "Go West,"
but "South." Learn of this rich and
tropical land. The best way is to sub
scribe for a leading Florida paper. A
pamphlet (with large map of State)
giving price of land, best place to settle
profit of orange and cocoanut groves,
drainage of Okeechobee, &c.,&c, worth
the price of subscription to those who
wish to know of Florida, free to those
who send us $1 for a six months sub
scription. Think this over and address.
C. B. Pesdleto!?,
Key West, Fla,
Elm Crank Caucus.
The republican electors of Elm Creek
precinct, are hereby called to meet at
Elm Creek school house, on Septem
ber 9th, 1SS2, at 2 o'clock, p. M., for the
purpose of electing delegates to the
county convention, to be held at Red
Cloud, Neb., Sept. 14, 1882.
Wx. Arxold, Cen. Committeeman.
ftatln Caucus Matte.
The republican electors of Batin
precinct arc hereby called to meet atl
the Batin school house, on September
9, 1882, at 2 o'clock, p. M.t for the pur
pose of electing delegates to the coun
ty convention ttvbe held at Red Cloud,
Nebraska, September, 13 1882.
J. S.Fame, Cen. Committeeman.
Lin sr i duet Osi
The republican electors of Line pre
cinct are hereby called to meet at
Keuhn's school house, on September
9, 1882. at 2 o'clock P. JsL, tor the par
pose of electinr delegates to the coanty
convention to be held at Red Cloud.
September 13, 1862.
H. B. 8nsosrna,
CSaall fair SJeiaauSrfleaaa
SWvw STWW SJVnsnawejej sanjfpssjaysi
The Republican electors at Red
Cloud precinct, are hereby csilesl to
meet at the court boewein Real Ctoad,
Neboa Saturday, September 9th, at
1 o'clock for the fmrpose of alartiias;
delegates to the county coaveatioa. to
be held in Red Cloud, on Wi suss eay,
September 13th 1882
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Z th tn can the attention of tfe
pnWJc to the driest selection of ewlrr
that ever found iu war to Red CkxuL j
Thia stock of diamonds and jwlry
wan selected in the eaat from a JW.fW
stock. Ererything U new and of the
latest design and will be sold t prices
thai defr competion. The celebrated
Seih Thomas clocks always on hand.
Special attention is given to repairing
fine watches and clocks. Cask be1
for c44 gold and silver.
T. F. Mooor. Proprietor.
Opposite Chicago Lumber Yard.
Alt in need of good brick, call on the
Red Cloud brick yard, and vow will be
satisfied that it is the pttce "to grt them
Another kiln just burned. I. II. & B.
Wajmox Ten hands to work in
broom corn, commencing Aug. "JSth.
Will need them a month or more.
Highest broom corn wages will b
given. Apply to J. R. Shanafclt, Ma
con. Franklin countv, Neb.
Gotfret Pause, recently from .Pa.,
has located in Red Cloud and will re
pair all kinds of parlor furniture, up
hoslstry etc Old parlor chair locat
ed. Rooms oppoute Friu Btrkner's
Do you want a suit of clothe, hat or
cap, boot or shoes, dry goods, or any
thing in the line ? Don't forget that
Kaley A Letson can save you money
by buying of them,
The Misses LuU and Hale will sell
at auction, Saturday the 26th, their
stock of millinery goods for cash, at
their store opposite the old Garber
Wasted. A good stout girl to do
house and kitchen work; good wages
paid and permanent place offered if
satisfaction given. Apply to Miner
The Falrlan System
FOR CREAMERY USE.
Davis & Fairlamb,
Dealers in creamery supplies, 170 Lake
Street, Chicago. 2 4t.
trife U fctrttir tira. that I will xaata
atl panes So my iwir. tn etr thaaaalfat
aa aaaeidatca for icachait of tba priasir or
eatasoa leaooli of Wbtar county, i fUe
CloaS oa lia first BataNay in taa a-ataa et
Fabraary. Jfar AusC and NuTubr: At
Ulna lllll oa tho Cm tiatnnUr in tae uosiht at
lasaary. Art). July and October. At Uuida
Hok on tb flint Saturday in taa moaUu al
Mareb. June, isaptaubcr and lcctubr.
KiaraiomtioB U commence alVoVleck a. a-
Ciuilii W. 8paijraa,
Coaaty Hoperiatendent of Publia laitraetioa.
Netlceef Proving Will.
TUX STATE OP NKBRArtK A.I
Webster Covntr. t at.
Coanty Jade' OAea. J -
la tba aaattar of Robert Mitcbcll.
If Hiea if faereay firea that lbs 17th day of
Aagast 1852.U ized by the coart for the exaa
aatioa aad arorlactba last Will aad Tettl
eat of Robert Mitchell, deceased, lata of the
coaaty aad state aforesaid, aad all persona inter
ested in tbj wetter aforesaid wfcl appear at said
time, at tba Probata Jadfe's ofllee in said coaa-
ty. to contest the probata of saJdnill. if soda
sired, otherwise it will proceed wilhoat delay
aad aa provided by law. Olrea nader cay hand
aad the seal ef said eoart. thls dayofJaly
ISC Jso. R. Wilcox. Jadxa.
Final Prt Metlcee.
LaaJOfnaaat Bleaaiactoa Reb. Aa . 9. 1182.
Ketioa is hereby fWea that the foUowiaa
aaaied settler has Sled netice of his lateatioa
te snake Saal preaf ia tappert of his claim, nnd
that snid proof will be saede bfere Clerk of
District Coart WerstarCeaatyeb oaThanday
Sep. 1MSS2. Tit:
IToaastand aatry lt-. ST5S for the ne er see.
15 towa 4a rati 12w. lie aajnas the followiaf
witnesses te prore hi oatineoas residence
apea aad calUradoa ef aeM land, via : KJrey
Palters. Albert a SnUth. Jena JTeCey. Nieke
! iNm ell ef Welle.
e-3 S. W. SWITCH. It st eater.
laad Onto at Bloasalartea Keb. Aac 17. Ifttt.
Ketiee ia hereby riven faat the rollenia
aaied settler baa Sled net ice ef his inteatiea ta
snake lanl preef in sappert of hi claim aad se
enre Seal entry thereof before Clerx ef Cnart
In Webster eeanty Neb. nt hie oStee in Ked
Qm4 JTeb. on Ifeaxiay Octeber 3d. lStt via:
IImbt r. jVAayin.
H'd entry So. 478 for nH of nwj of sac 8 towa
Sa raaae 12 w. lit aaata the Wlowinr witaaap-
ea to prove his eeatiaaeas residence apoa, and
calUvation of said laad. vis : Fra nk D. Wood.
Mnaiej J. Brill, Jeaanh Davieea nnd Andrew
Smith Brothers announce still an
other important reduction in rate of
interest on uino loans, .xmw lune
percent annual intend. Call at the
Bank and leave your application.
I have pure
urchascd the fractional J sec
of land laying
between Peter McXitt's
and the river. Anu the public s
hereby notified not to cut any timber
on the same. M. B. McXrrr.
S00TtwLUlBled Clsml. Inttn.
Itemf, Talmjjftf Intel Wtmity, W
liTsryaaj Teat Ian. Inset riasaiiWi,
isms t saj fajahamr. Cafl m sr sd-
7 Pte Cent Ifoaey to Loin f
Hooey to prove np with on ial re
oeipt, or on deeded land at 7 per cent
and l-2 per cent, commisstosu or at
straight 9 per ceat. no consuMioa.
Jxo. K. vviuxox.
OSeCMzt door to Chief omee. 3ifl
The Gaaoline Stove for sale by
Mitchell AMorhart is the beat thtiej?
thai mm ever been UiTeated. Saves
fcelt saves time aad does not heat-vp
the room. WarraBted to few aate
ir Bo-exa4osre. Gall at
Xitefcett A Morhart's smfwwww store
aad ezamiae the stove. 47-hf
ahsnlatslT aoa-exaloatTw. CaD atf TMnnmrjaortnsfft '
At LOWEST Prices.
Our large stock of new
Goods will be marked
C9XSAXS 3X1 9SAI9 017 YAMADfL
- KALEY 1 LETSOK,
RED CLOCD, - NEBRASKA.
at the Store of
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
A Urge stock of Ge rmantown Wool,
Stocking Yarn, always
SUMMER DRESS GOODS, LAWNS
AND PERCALES IN GKEAT
TOYS for the Children and Every
thing else you need, at
Proprietor of the
City Drug Store.
io iLia i
A full Mijiply of
LAMrS, LAMP WADES, WICKS.
Patrornie elicited and thankfully received.
S(SPrtrriptiunf carefully enBarouadedta
nc doer south of Gnilwr's etore,
RED CLOUD, NER.
A Chance Barely
Summer Goods at Cost
Wishing to close out
the balance of my White
Goods, Lawns, and all
kinds of Fine Dress
Goods, I will sell at
Cost and Below.
J. W. SHERWOOD.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
BIa JLCUH ML1TIIING.
Wishes to inform the public that he
ia prepared to do all work in his line
promptly and in a Workman-like
PLOW WORK A SPECIALTY.
JJhop north of Mitchell A Morharfa
Store, Reu Cloud. "er.
R. L. TINKER.
(Saesaaaer to O. A. Brnwa-)
a alwavs en bend aad H."1
ay. Friee n U aa !ntb aHey.
tepeirinc ( aH atvt ee-e pnesp! an4
'lurial Robes fumwhed at ramorsbTs
J. L.. MILLER
HAILNE3S, COLLARS, fADDLO
ATHirm, COMaW, 1
X evarythia? assaJly keaii
JONES e MsGEE LUMBEB C
LUMBt. l!Ti!,il!SOUaMASir. Dooifcaxmm,.
DftY LUMBJt A SPECIALTY,
Chicago Lumber Yard;
Rwd Oloud. If brask m.
YARD SOtmi OF HAMrTOXS nLACKSMtTH 5HOr, O.X MAW XT
Keep constantly on hand an aortroert ef IjrnKr, Iutih. Mst. IVjn
Wiadoaa, Uate, llsr, CVmrot. tlaatrr. Kulktioc rj-r
Go To W.
Staple $ Fancy Groceries,
TOBACCO & CMAHS
IN TOWN. A1A)
Choice Nuts Fruits & Confections.
Freah Fruits and Yrgotahti Sold
Davis Sewing Machine;
SOU) BY -
MITCHELL A MORHART,
Red Cloud. - - Nebraska.
THK llST MACHINK IV 11
AND DONr YOU foik;kt it.
A!.!. KIND Or
Hnii, nuipi k
A t iif vf Hi tr
nuriAiouif iwuiu. " ' -
CASH TAIDrOR FAT CATTLK,HOf.J TOlI TI1V 1111)1- '&C
Moshcrs old Stand
SPANOGLE ft FUNK,
Two Doors South of Rank,
BED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
MAESH has Them. '
COME! COME! COME I
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DDBtZaL PALACE SH7J8 CASS.
M weatgaw Fnlf sa liil iggare yearn a Heaajwt O&mm,
THE ET 15 THE MAKKRT A5t
JONES 5c MAGEK.
5c FRKliS, Proprietor,.
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Red Cloud, Nch.
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