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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1882)
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MAN ABOUT TOWN.
OoUdbf aad Half eaaap at
OiMti goodi for aala chaap, at
Wa. aril a Ifo. 1 plow-salky -wita
lock cotter and plow attacbmanta for
A aptoodid lima of Prints, at
Gaur Hwb Bonn oa Ice, at
Drata Lawna at 61 ca&ta par yard,
Boots k 8hoa will b aold cheap- for
sash at, J. G. Porna'a.
Go to Miner Bros, for Printa of al
0. Putnam will delirer Drain bread to
all parts of tbe city.
Minnesota Beat floor, Hungarian
Process, for sale at Putnam's
1600 pounds of Arbuckles coffee, at
26 cents per pound, at Massu'i.
Call and see tbe stock abd prices of
Boots and 8hoes before purchasing
elsewhere, at J. G. Forres's.
Remember that E. Young delivers
triad for C. E. Putnam.
J. G. Potter has just received a large
stock of dry goods which it will pay
you to call and examine.
Roby has the boss apples in town
oaly 40 cents per peck.
To the farmers and people of Web
star county. I am aware of this fact,
that I am dependent on you for the
aupport of mvself and family, and for
this reason 1 keep for sale harness,
collars, whips, fly-nets and everything
in the harness line which I will sell at
tomg profit. 0. G. Roberta.
Few millinery and fancy goods just
received at Miss Hale's, one door aoutb
of Mitchell A Morharfs.
Denver and New Orleans coal, the
beat in the world, for sale by Jones k
'Matte's lumbex company, Bed Cloud.
Go to Jones fc Magee's Lumber Com
pany for. your lumber and coal. They
are sole agents for Denver and New
Orleans coal, in Nebraska. t-f.
C. E. Putnam "sell the Minneapolis
If you want a good harness to carry
you through this world easy, leave
your order with Roberts and in this
way save money.
Miss Lyde Hale has the agency for
Fine Saginaw salt, $2,00 per barrel at
For a superior quality of bread, go
to the bakery of C. . rorxAX
Putnam delivers bread to all parta
of the city.
The B. k M. B, R., known as the
"Burlington Routt)" offers special ad
vantage to travelers. Sea thier
advertisement in this paper.
Choice Hams 16 cents par pound a
Remember that the cheapest is not
the best but the beat is always the
casssmsJ, therefore buy your harness of
Roberts. Living profits is all I ask or
C X. Putnam's bread is made of Min
Call at Miss Hale's for Butterick's
C. E. Pataam'a is the place to gat
grapes, peaaaaa and apples.
Fresh berries aad ioa oreasa at J. K.
Ge to C. X. patnasa's for your
Aaalsa SO sects a pack at J. K
T Butter Makers.
We sell Butter Tubs and Aahtoo
'aaltfaad nay. the highest -cash price
cfor Batter Een. 45-tf
Ormut k Dicxnaov.
$50,000 To Loan
Cm Real Estate security,' at t per
eaak, annual interest. No aommis
aiona,atThe Webster County Bank,
The pablic schools of Red Cloud will
pea Moadav, SepL 4th, in a new brick
building, with six, departments, under
ike direction of Prof. D. J. Judson.of
Iowa, and afull oorpaof able aad ax
periestced assirtsnts. AfaUcoursecom
maoa aohool studies will be eetabtisaed,
waiah will include many of the higher
tranches of study, affording to young
maa aad wocaea afavorable opportu
aity to fit themselves for college ar-jthe
dattes of life. Prof. Judeon 'is a teach
ar of large experieace aad popakrity;
The district board has d4sl la ad
mit into taa higher dapartasaatapila
ftaaa aaaaaa of the district ai a reasoa-
able taitiaa. By order of district beard.
Mt,. A. J. Xrar, JJttaeaar.vf
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I wtt asW- si" auWieaactioa: on
Taaedey, flap, ttth, 18x, oa isjr farm
aw ea. . towa 4, raagalO, Webster
f?at S win aotia. oi uowies
w' -'' ha a-Saaa ul&a. 'iatin
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a taa rise. '
' Fix ap yoar eeHasa.
Bank ap your boasea.
New corn is being ML
Fall goods are arriviag .
Remember tbe printer.
Dusty and disagreeable.
Lota of strangers in town.
Time to gather sunflowers.
These cool nights are refreshing.
The commercial "bum" lingeretb.
The new church bell pealeth music
Tbe price oa pork is steadily advanc-
Isueenee weather for camp aaeet-
SepUesberijtbeawet beautiful fall
Rev. Middleton returned cast Fri
Where, 0 whara, ia the pe-rairie
No. I was two hours lata last Fri
Cut down the weeds; don't allow
them to go to seed.
Mr. Willis and Belknap of the B. k
M., called last week.
Prepare for winter; . Veaor is ia
"cahoots" with the elements.
"Hush, breathe it not aload," the
politican is abroad in the land.
The Red Cloud Reds will play with
any club west of the "Big Muddy."
School opened Monday with a good
ly number of scholars in attendance.
Putnam if having a new bake oven
built on his premises at the south end.
Geo. Young now runs between here
and Denver, on the Kansas- City train.
The koo koo of the festive prairie
chicken is heard in the distant la
goon. Let us hear from you correspondents
from all over the county. Make it
short and to tbe point.
Vast herds of cattle were fed here
last week at the stock yards, on their
way to Chicago and Kansas City mar
kets. Mr. G. W. Orr, of Thomasville, call
ed the other day to view the Chief.
He is a farmer and says crops never
Will E. Hahn, the gentlemanly State
Journal tourist, invaded our sanctum
last week and demanded order that
is, paper order.
Th fat aaa ttood oa tba snag PmI
With no approMhiac shore,
Asa once emUida iu Mft rttnet.
Bo meror oitoros ro.
He wasn't dry.
The beautiful warm weather which
is prevailing will do much toward ma
turing the late corn, of which there is
quite an acreage in the country.
R. Proudfit, one of the booming
business men of Guide Rock, called
last week. He reports things flourish
ing in his vicinity. Rans call again.
The Kansas City and Denver train
arrives in Red Cloud from the east at
7:40 A. M., and leaves at 8:00; from the
west at 7:25 p. m., and leaves at 7:45.
Those desiring to subscribe, need
have no hesitancy in entering either
door of our office. The cashier will
usher you to the cushioned chair, and
take your iron dollar and a half.
Will A. Clute, a brother of ye scribe,
and a land-scape crayon drawer, who
drew different sketches at the reunion,
tarried over night,'in Bed Cloud. He
took a sketch of the new brick achool
Bright of my exislOce, give aie an
M said a printer 2 his sweet heart
8he made, at him, and planted her
MT between hie 2 ii'a which made
In Jonea - k Magee's coal house a
fowjlaya ago, a spontaneous .fire broke
out iu the bottom of the house, burn
ing out quite a hole in the floor and
was becoming interesting when dis
covered and extinguished by the pro
prietors. They were insured and will
suffer no loss probably.
Kansas peaches only 12,00 a bushel.
J. L. Cooper four miles west of Salem.
has five hundred trees, and thinks ha
will have one hundred and fifty bath-
els of peaches, and they are about
fair a specimen as we have seen In the
market from abroad any where.
Andy Parmer, an old time freigh
conductor, and Mr. Coy, have been
promoted, and will hereafter punch
tickets on the Kansas (Sty and Den
ver through traina.
Two weeks without frost would
doubtless add.millions of cora to crop
of the valley, and wa should be glad to
see the farmers get every bushel that
th,eirlabbr can possibly secure to them
lyta aid of a propitious providence
What is to aa thought of a man that
fiaging "haaveais my aoeae?" -It ia
said that he was oaaa a'poliucii;
body ought to challenge himas a noa
reaident, if he aver attempts to wta.
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af Casta a Caaaia, of
Eivsfftoa, wagrva aotiea that Mies
SaaaaB.AatiwaywiU apeak at taa
franklia aoanty fur oa Thursday,
Sept. 21st. Sverybody ga aad hear
Over the oaaaa wava,
And a bosae on the rolliag deep.
Where taa craae aingath ia taa vat-
And the bullfrosa gaatiy leap.
A Cax. We desire.to aaanifost our
appreciation of tbe kindness of our
friends ia waiting upon Harbie during
his long sickness. We are thankful
for tna assistance of the people.
Mr. Chapman, of the Omaha Re
publican, called at this office on Sat
urday, Mr. C. ia looking after tbe
crumbs that may be picked up for the
Republican's table, but we are of the
opinion that he found the supply here
rather stinted. He may, however, have
had some game in view that he did
not see fit to point out to other game
Fred Brown, an old newspaper man,
and an old acquaintance of ours, has
been employed by the Gazette-Journal
Company. Hastings, as their "man
around town," and to settle annoying
conversations that may, or are liable
to come up in tbe sanctum-sanctorum.
Say, Fred, did you ever shoot
a barrel of ashes?
To think that a city of our tise
should be without a reading room,
is enough to make the intelligent mind
shed tears of regret. Such an insti
tution tends to refinement and culture,
and tends to elevate and enoble society.
Can we afford to let intemperance and
vice gain the upper band in this place?
No, for the sake of the young we can
not If we had an institution of this
kind in Red Cloud, and the right kind
of managers at its head, those who
would work untiringly to save the
young men from the low hells of ini
quity and vice, what a noble thing it
would be. Talk it up.
Still the Iowa exchanges come in
return for our CuiEF-extra, sent out to
meet their Colorado excursion. Wo
shall give extracts from time to time
of their reports, and call attention to
the influence exerted by our little ex
tra effort. Wo add below names of
papers received since last week:
Alta Buna Vista county, Advertiser,
Free Press, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, Water
loo Courier, Iowa Homestead and the
Argo, West Union, Iowa.
From the Mt Pleasant, (Iowa,)
Free Press, we take the following:
"At Red Cloud we had dinner, and a
very pleasant reception. Carriages
conveyed us around the city, it is a
new town, and this year of abundent
crops it is pushing. Levi Moore invi
ted us to a seat in his buggy. He is
an old resident for a new town, has a
stock farm of 662 acres near town for
sale, it has good water, 70 acres of
timber, a good location and he asks
but 10 per acre. But for the uncer
tainty of crops in this region, Red
Cloud is the beet place for business we
Wife "I say John, won't you please
go and subscribe for the Chief after
breakfast; its the best local paper in
the county. I saw a copy at Mrs
yesterday, and she says they look up
on it as a weekly visitor."
Husband "Yes, Mary, such is the
talk all over town. I will subscribe to
day, but if I do, I can't get you that
new Polka Dot you wanted until next
Wife "You may defer getting the
Polka Dot, and subscribe for the
Husband Very well, Mary."
Yes, and many more are coming in
daily and having their names enrolled
on the roll of honor. '
From the Waterloo Courier we taktf
the following: At II o'clock on th
following day we arrived at Red Cloui,
Neb., where we halted for dinner. Orr
train was met at tho depot by a coroet
band and a large number of comffft
able carriages, and were escorted tiro'
the beautiful village of 1500inhabifcnts
The town has two good .newspapers,
the Argus and Chief; an $1,000 sjhool
house; good court house, a large' rail
road eating house, and is a ralroad
division. The soil in the vioiaty of
Bad Cloud is very fertile, the sunate .
A delightful, and peaches and ipples,
pears, etc, are a certain crop The
population of the county is 700C"
According to Mrs. C. B.Oeby's re
port, she held a meeting t Guide
Rock, on the 7th inst., formal a cam
Daien club of 52 adult memters. A
campaign committee was eleted con
sisting of J. Q. Cornell, CBtis, Dr. J.
E. Smith, Mrs. S.W. RoHnson and
Mrs. Mary Harris. She aso reports
having taken IS subscriptbns for the
Woman's Herald. She vgea orgaa-
ised effort everywhere, aid rehearses
the Scripture injaaotioaalp those
: TaaiblIowuasMraasloftha editor
of taa Canr, RadXM, explains it
self: 'I ,
GaamixTscxjcr Erases, l
Omaha. Sent. 1. 1883. J
Sou Taa Ttrlingtaa routa
saver wm opaa
spcaaatasaa oa Saadf, aapt. Jf. wA
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t, oysaed last Taaaaay.
All Odd Fellows of the third degree,
are requested to asset at taeir aallaa
Saturday night at 7:30, for taa purpose
of working ia the dagraea.
C. T. Pctwaji, X. G.
" Woatnrt u rtar iMmpU mkm to war."
Tbe prairie "schooner' ia abroad in
taa land, and still people will "go
caries xntue, wno resides away
down east on the moss-back hills of
the old Pine Tree state, called the
otneraay. Hew out west prospect
ing, and likes the looks of our young
prairie state, and particularly the
While bis mother lives a man has
one friend on earth who will not; des
ert him when he is needy. Her affec
tion flows from a pure fountain and
ceases ouly at the ocean of eternity.
Forty schoolma'ams are camping
out in the woods in New Jersey, and
every owl big enough to fly has retir
ed to another part of the common
S. Kenutzen, of Franklin county,
subscribed for the Chief and was so
happy over his prospects all around,
that he almost weat into extacies
while talking about it.
In England there has been formed
a society of young men whose object
is the disfigurement of the female form
by stays and fashionable attire. Those
fellowa had better go slow. They may
get themselves in trouble if they try to
take the corset off a girl.
There will be an ice cream festival
at tbe Congregational church to night,
sepi. ism, ior inc purpose oi raising
money to furnish paying for the bell.
We expect that the community gener
ally will feel sufficiently interested in
the object w attend.
It is said steps will be taken here
soon, composed of Red Cloud's young
ladies, to organize a cooking associa
tion, for the promotion of culinary
knowledgo among its members. They
will meet once a week and with dough,
molasses, pancake batter and grease,
waste flour, sugar, baking powder and
salt, and adjournment each carries
homo made soft soap and a pan of
ginger snaps hard and soft enough for
flooring tiles. The expectation is that
if an epidemic of dyspepsia don't kill
off the upper ten, shortly, the society
will be metamorphosed into a matri
mony promulgator about the holidays.
We notice much comment relative
to the telegraph office being so far
away from the ticket office, and dining
hall. Men coming off the cars, and
wanting to telegraph are afraid to ven
ture so far from the train for fear of be
ing left, and some of the business men
here, going to the ticket office, have to
tramp it sixty or eighty rods to the
telegraph office. It seems to us as if to
business men it would be somewhat
annoying, though we ourselves have
but little cf that kind of business to at
C. W. Swenk, conductor of tho Pull
man sleepers, showed us over the new
car, "Rec Cloud", which is constructed
on the si me plan as the Lincoln, and
alternates with her, in running on the
Kanssi City division, and the Pacific
Junction division. There are six of
these new Pullman's now on the road
and ill first class, and of the latest ap
proved style. The Plattsmouth tbe
Red Cloud, the Riverton, the Hastings,
anc the Corona. These cars are all
red beauties, worthy the prida of their
nune sake towns.
We are favored with some rules, and
SBgulauons for the government of our
rchools in the future by the director,
which we publish for the convenience
and benefit of patrons of the school,
d t th cH d
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iocuo iui luwiio isicitutc iu tue lam-
ily, and recommend they use their ut
most influeucc to secure a prompt and
cheerful compliance with the same.
We speak from experience, when we
express the belief that one half of all
the annoyances of the school room in
general, might be avoided if parents,
and guardians, exerted themselves,
and their influence as they should to
have those under their care strictly
loyal to tho school laws as established
by those having authority. Again we
say parents, think of this and do aa
you would be done by if you were
Go and see those new lamps just re
ceived at Dr. Sherer's drug store.
They are as pretty a pattern aa wa ever
saw. They answer ever purpose of a
L. C Olmsted, of Inavale, left at our
office Wednesday, a specimen of corn
on the stalk. The largest stock was IS
feet six inches in height, 8 feet nine
inches from brace-roots to tip of high
est ear, and 5 inches around first
joint above brace-roots. Who can
J. M. Hiatt of Alsaa, former editor
of the Alssa Herald, was a caller at the
Cnxr aaactaaa taa 13th. Mr. Hiatt is
aieooaaortaa few men who are coa-
of the people- Should they call
aa waaH ooaaaat to
Taa dssaoaratic j alaatnrt af Sad
Cload praeiacty-ara hereby caQai to
saaei at taa eoart acaae, ia Bad Cfoad,
o aSaraay,-Ssa xttamtjy.
aawBBfcg 4ss(t av vassv psaa jsssav sssv,wasasisBiiHK
ajjajpaav saaa i--? nr -? i -"iZ.
Ia taa taa district aaartaftaa sVth
jaskaial district, of Vaacaaka. aaU ia
aad tar Webstar eouaty.
To Ua MitcaaU aoa rasideat aa
ssadaatjoa are hereby notified that oa
taa th day of Sepieaiber. lSS, Lafay
sita Mitchell filed bis petition against
yoa, ia the district court of said coun
ty, the object and prayer of which are
to obtain a divorce from you on the
ground that you have wilfully aband
oned the ptaiBtiff without good cause,
for the period of two Years paU, alo
for the cuttody of timer Mitchell.
Albert P. Mitchell and Charles .
Mitchell, Minor children.
You are required to answer said pe
tition oa or before Monday, the Cth
day of November, Ig$2.
By Kaley Bra's Plaintiff's Att'ys.
Call oa Moody tho jeweler, ha has
just received a new invoice of jewelry.
the finest in the land. Come early and
avoid the rush.
Just received a car-load of Newton
farm and spring wagons. Spanogle fc
For the Queen City ladies and child
ren's skirt and stocking suspender.
Inquire of Mrs. S. W. Seely, agent,
Bed Cloud, Neb. Sept. 13th, 1832. 6-t.
Final Praaf Netleaa.
Laa4 0 at lUoomlagtoa Nb. 9fL 12. 1SS2
Mti U brkr firm that ih foUovtac
aaS Mttlar kit lit aotle of S1 InUaUoa u
Mk Saal yrof ia wp port of hi claia. m4
(rara Saal Btrr thervof for cUrk of U
eoart ia WaWtr coaaty at kit ia Ka4
aa .. M HatarJar, Oct. Hla. XSSZ rit.
Smml W. Hall.
H'4atr7w. 4117 forth tw-i ie. 14. town:
Berth raw 10 mttU IU sunw th folNwia
witaatMsto pre tikeoatinasnf rlJecaap
oa. aad eultiratioa f MiilUnJ via: Adolraus
Boa. Maraaia C. Jackaoa. rUWrt AdMioa.
aad Daaiai fc. Besaa-k.!! of lUd Cloa I. Nb.
6-5 B. W.SWiTZK, Kttr.
Laa4 0aeat Dloctoa Neb. Aa. 9. 1M3.
Notieaiaarbrgiva that th followln
aaaaed tet:Ur ku Sl4 aotie of hU iauauoa
to aiak Seal proof ia lapportof hh el aim. aad
that aid proof will b mad bvfor Clerk of
DUtriet Court WabatarCcantr Nab oaTaania
Hoaaataad atry No. S753 for th a qr bm
15 lowa4a raaiellw. U iubm th following
witaaaiea to prov hU eoatiaaoas rideio
Boa aad cattivatloB of aaid Und. via: Kiror
P1tra. Albert C. tsailth. John JaTeCor. Nieao-
laa Yeuaa all of Wll. .
bo-2 3. W. SWITZBa. Ragatter.
Laad Oflea at Dloomiotton Nab.. Hept. 4. IftU.
Notie it brbr lTontht th followiog
BBBaad Mtllrr has filed actio of hi intention
to aiak final Drtof in iBDDort oi hit claim, and
that aid proof will ba mad bforo Clerk of
aufcaTij. vusit m smsxu viuhtu aua vas Aaiar
Oet. 10. 1SS2. Tit:
Joba A. Emiek.
H'd No. 8243 for tha )i te.34. tOwaJ aorth
raaca id. wt. He bibm tho following wlt
aetn to pro bit cootloBoa retideae upon,
aad ealtiration of (aid land. Tit: Jfarand C.
Jackioa. Oaorg W. Ball. Charlea Ilamr.
Adam$aUdca,aIl or Am bo r. Nb.
&-it S.W.B?VtfZBR. gUtr.
Laad 0e at Rloomiagtoa Neb. Sept. 4th 1M1.
Notice ia hereby gia tbt tho fallowing
named let tier ku filed notice of hit inttatioa
to make faal proof in ttipport of hit claim, aad
that aaid proof will b m tie befor ;irk of
DitUict Coart Webtter County Neb., oa tJatar
day Oct, 7th. 18S2. rit:
Uewtra F. Teaoant.
H'd eatry No. 3C forth iwUite. 2. towa 2a
range 11 w. Ha name th following wiia
to nror hit coDtiauont rrtidene ton atd
cttlttratioa of aaid land. Tit: Uatiry J. Maarar
Joha McQailkin. William lloltworth aai Kich
ard L Tiakar. all of Red Clou i. A'abratka.
6 5t 8. W. fiWrrZBR. KgWUr.
Laad 0cat Bloomiagtoa Nab. Aag 17. 1SS2.
Notice it hereby gien thtt the followiaa
named aettlnr hat tied noltco of hit inUntion to
make flnal proof in taprortof hit claim aad -car
Snal entry thereof before Clarg of Chart
ia Wabater county Sab. at hit oBc ia Had
ClMdNab. on Jfonday October 2d, 1862 Tit:
JitBBT St. JfAKTIB.
H'd eatry No. 4073 for bK of nw'.J of tee. 8 towa
Za raaajo IZw. lie name tbe following wiine
cata proT hit contiaaoae rldne apoa, aad
ealtiatioa of aaid land. ii: t'rnk I). Wood.
Maxim J. Brill. Joeoph Daritoa aad Aad raw
Bk. all of Ked Cload. eb.
no 5. 8. V.8WITZEK. lUfUtar.
Laad OBea at Bloomiagtoa. Hah. 8t S. 1SS2.
Notice ia hereby girea that ha following
aaaad tatUar hat fiiadnotiea of hit inUntion to
make laal proof ia tapport of hw claim, ana
that taid Praef will be made before J. P. Bay
ka,elrk dutrict coart. at Ki Cload Aahraaka.
oa Saturday wet.. 7. iac u:
H'd eatry N. 7661. for tha H i 2 aw
i tec. 14. towa 1 a raa 12w. II aamaa th
followiac witaeaa to pro a hit eoBtinaoat
raeideac apoa. aad ealt'Tatioa of aaid laad Tit:
Oliver Dowaa. BamaaJ Down. Nateoa Phalpa
aad Jaaaa atarpsey. an ot km uioaa. Jtao.
S- 8. W. SWIT2ER. Kagittar.
Tkit Fairl.fc Syalcai
Davis 5c Fairlamb,
Dealers ia creamery supplies, 170 Lake
Street, Chicago. St.
Smith Brothers announce still an-
other important redaction in rate of
interest on time loans. Straight a
mt OEM annual tmerm tjaii at me
Bank and leate your application.
I hare parchased the fractional t sec
of land laying between Peter McKitt'a
aad the river. And the public ia
hereby notified not to cut any timber
aathaaasae. M. B. McNrrr.
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Also, Sample Room for the Jaoeoav-
odatioa of tbe public.
RED CLOUD, NXBnASXA.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
"Sates tks ilaisw srt lis ssktaass 5.''
All kinds of pictures taken and sat
miactioa guaranteed. 4o-tf
GIVE HIM A CALL,
at th Store of
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
A large stock of (Jermantown Wool,
Zenhrrsand Stocking Yarn, always
SUMMER DRESS GOODS, LAWNS
AND PERCALES IN GREAT
TOYS for tha Children and Erary.
thing else you need, at
SUBS CuTtS FOE DTOT,
Jfaaafaatarwl aad far tale by M 8. CaHard
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
A aool refreshing tummer dtiak. warraatad.
partly tegetabie. Sample botllaa oa iriaL
Proprietor of tha
City Drug Store.
A full supply of
LAMPS, LA Mr SHADES, WICKS,
COMDS BRUSHES AC.
Patronage leiiciteS acd thankfally receives
pftrifti'n carefw'ly cmrfvJi
I alao have a fait aai aompleta 'Uok ef aeaoal
boka. atatloBery eat hotgta4b Alma.
KCD0LO0D. - "
Wiahaa to inform the public that ha
ia prepared to do all work in his liaa
promptly aad in a Workjaaa-lika
PLOW WORK A SPECIALTY.
Shop aorth of Mitchell k Morhart's
Store, Bto Cloud. Nrs.
R. I TINKER
(leu to O. A.Jm)
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J. L. MILLER,
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DEALERS LY .
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RCDOLOUD - NEBRASKA.
OBY LUMBgU A UfKCtALTY,
Chicago Lumber Yard;
Red Cloud, WsbMsIuu
YARD SOUTH OF HAMPTON'S
oa hand aa asaortaiwat of Lumbar, Lath, Satftgka, JD9aaa
Go TO W.
Staple $ Fancy Groceries,
TOBACCO & CIGARS
IN TOWN. ALBO
Choice Nuts. Fruits 6l Confections.
Freak Fruits and Vsgwtabls Sold
Singer Sewing Machine!
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Red Cloud, - - 3STebraska.
THE BEST MACHINE IN USE,
All kiada of Repairs on hand. COME AND SEE ME. Op. dUf alia.
Jo. OAXMEX, JYb.
ail Kiitvt or
Hull, iiuigts k
Always on Hand.
CASH PAID FOR FAT CATTLE,
Moshcr's old Stand
SPAN06LE ft FUNK,
BE ADQ U ARTE liS FOR '
Two Doors South of Rank,
BED CLOUD. NEBRASKA,.
hmnense Stock of Dry Goods',
MARSH has Them. '
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BLACKSMITH HlfOP, 05 MAIN ST.
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PLATT & FREES, Proprietors.
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