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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1882)
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large invoice of clock Xcwcat styles
out. Call and see.
MmsC. 3Bi Harm, graduate of the
Conservatory of music at tauntotir
Va., and having studied at Smith- Col
lere, Xortbaraptou. Mass., will pre les-
on piano and orjran. Terms made
known on application toBev.J,- K.
Before you buy your ctetkfn, boots
and shoes, please call and see my Unes
and Ret prices. J. CK Potter.
Nearly all the precious gems to be
ecn at Gore's jewelry store.
Canned goods for sale cheap, at
Headdtfartenr for nice bats and bon
nets at Mrs. McBride's. -
QlLT ElXIC BtTTEK ox Ick, at
Go to Miner Bros, for Prints of al
A new lot of watches especially
adapted for railroad use, also new
ty)es of gold cases at Gore's.
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A sj)lendid line of boots mvl shoes
can now bo seen at J. G. Potter's.
C. Putnam will deliver fresh bread to
all parts of the city.
Minnesota Be3t flour, HungAriim
Process, for sale nt Putnam'
- A. 8. Marsh has just returned from
the cast with a very flno vtock of new
The boxes in front of March's .tore
are a nuisance to pnsaera y, but when
one sees the piles of goodi that ramc
outoftbein, it is no more a m'nrvcl.
Tlio people don't care for the boxe., it
is the goods they want.
If you need a good bcotor shoo go
to'Porkins fc Mitchell's, they have just
received a new lot and selling very low
Remember that E. Young delivers
bread for C. E. Putnam.
Boxes, Boxes, Doxes, Boxes, Boxes,
empty boxes at .Marsh's. -
A largo assortment of fichus and
tics at the lending millinery store one
door north of the bunk.
Buy the Chicago Cottage organ of
Perkins & Mitchell, one oft ho sweetest
toned organs made, and sold at very
low figures. Call and see samples. ,
"Vo have received tho agency for a
full lino or organs and pianos, includ
ine the Stcinwny, Cliickcring and
Knabc. SpanogJiTi Funic.
Roby has tho bo apples in town
only 40 cents per peck.
To the fanners and people of Wcl
stcr county. 1 am nwaro of this fact,
thaJ am denendent on von for thn
support of myself and family, and for
mi reason i Keep lor saie narness,
collars, whiis, tly-nets and evervthinc
i Uie harness Hue which I will sell at
tiring prtfk. O. G. Bobkhth.
Kcw millinery and fancy goods just
of Mitchell iMorhurfs.
Denver and New Orleans coal, the
beet in the world, for sale by Jones &
Magee's lumber company, Bed Cloud.
Go to Jones & Magee's Lumber Com
pany tor your lumber and coal. They
aro sole agents for Denver and New
Orleans, coal, in Nebraska. t-f.
C.X. Putnam sell tho MJuneapolis
If you want a good "harness to carry
you through this world easy, leave
your order with Roberta and in this
way save money.
Spanogle & Funk are agents for the
Hailiday wind mills give them a call.
s Lvde Halo has the acencv for
Btttterick s patterns.
Fine Saginaw salt, $2,00 per barrel at
For a superior quality of bread, go
to the takery of C. E. Putnxm
Putnam delivers bread to all parts
of the city.
The B. Jb M. R. R., known aa the
"Burlington Roufo" offers special ad
Tantages to 'travelers. See thier
sdrertkemeut in this paper.
full line of spring wagons and
b UMkUUglU W. E U.U. 8.
Qwice Hams 1C cents per pound a
thai the cheapest is not
but the best is always the
therefore buy your harness of
:.LiVMC profits is all j; ask or
C X. Pntwsi's bread k made of Min
CWtat-MiM Bale's for Buttcrick's
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flather yoar sesd corn.
TW wild rrxe flieth southward.
Tail plowing has been rammeauedJ
OU "Sol." oo h M'Mton taward
Oitr lumber dealers are enjryiag
"California Jock" hvJtrtHdute!
ir fire breaks.
'wise is sufficient."
Frnprovcracnts are still going on in
tho vicinity of the depot.
The W. C. T. U., will meet at Mrs.
Warren's on Thursday next, at 3.r. m.
The recent heavy rains will add ma
terially to the condition of things gene
rally. W. E. Thorne, of Wells, told to W.
N. Richardson but week, x number of
The board of county commissioners
were in session a couple of days this
Z. 0. Draper and L. M. Older, of the
B. AM., called and id "howdy" last
The cemetery grounds should be
cleaned up, and a fire break surround
We would like to hear from the far
mer who ruined his corn this year by
too much cultivating.
Dave Kalcy returned from the hog
market Chicago last week greatly
pleased with the trip"
"Yim" Laird formerly of "Yuniata,"
got there on first ballot, for congress
man of the second district.
Geo. VanWocrt, of Guide Rock,
pulled our latch string last Saturday,
and chatted awhile with us.
O. R. Downs, is doing Kansas con
siderably of late; he has several con
tracts for putting down wells.
Mr. Geo. Laverly, of Louisville, this
state, is visiting in town, and is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thomas.
A party consisting of fourteen fami
lies, from Iowa, arc expected here
soon, and will settle on Walnut Creek.
C. W. Kuloy and wife, returned from
Denver and tho west, last Thursday,
and report having had a splendid
R R. Sherer, the City drug store
man is selling off jit com, everything
in his line, he says it is getting too
wet hero. '
"Do fish perspire?" is a question
now agitating scieutist. They make n
man sweat who tries to catch them
The average life of a locomotive is
only thirty years; but the average life
of the driver is sixty. The engineer
Clean up your yards and back alloys
before the fall rains set in. It is es
sential in order to preserve tho health
of our village.
See Marsh's new ad. He offers big
inducements to all. Gentlemanly
clerks, good goods and low prices, are
Wakted. Five hundred families to
settle in Webster county, and convert
her lands and nutritious grasses into
paying dairy farms.
Dr. Sherer is putting up a now corn
crib on his premises in the rear of
Marsh's store. John Kelrogg is doing
tho carpenter work.
A big cattle man from the west fed
700 head of cattle here last Saturday.
They were re-loaded Sunday and went
flying toward Chicago.
Mr. C. W. Springer, doffed his bea
ver to us last Sunday, and departed for
Riverton, where ho will take charge of
the schools at that place.
"Dick" Story, well and favorably,
known in these "diggins," came down
from Denver last week to visit friends.
We acknowledge a pleasant call.
We are sorry to chronicle the sad
event that Bro. Watkins of the Blue
Hill Times, last week, in attempting
to bow to three girls at once, broke
Tlio ladies aid society will mcot at
the residence of Mrs. S.L. West, Fri
day afternoon, Oct, Cth. All the
members are especially requested to
The woman suffrage association will
meet at the residence, of Mrs. M. L.
Ballard, on Friday afternoon, OcU, 13.
All persons interested in the cause are
invited to attend.
.Mr. Gage's family we learn, are visit
ing in Council BJufla, while he trans
acts some ktftuese at Republican City,
after which lite expect to join them St
their resting place.
Some of our subscribers residing in
country, are complaining about
reeeiviagtheOnar. We will say
H leaves this oSoe mrr Thars-
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AMtfcMih hta family, frfe
Idaho, and on hi rturn to ibe ladmV
nation, paw-cd through town Scnda-V17" fi,i0-' -srosr o? tubi juso
wtkfiMl that Idaho is a fraud, an4,
not Ut for a white man to lire in.
The western cattle transit over the
H JlH. t. a becoming immew
nana oa one w 'ilSittiTMi, Tlaytng
over to r2faVfKl ttock. told oa that
M to 3,000 had paaMd witkia
Onthere i Nebraska a man is con
sidered Hobody until he has "killed bis
man." That is where the young phy
sician has the advantage over the
average man by "following the star of
G. W. Hummel left at our office last
Saturday, a sample of 8ergo mohuscs,
manufactured at his factory on the
south side, lie is kept busy all the
time, and is making a good quality of
During last month the Cirrep office
sent through the post office, 530 pounds
of paper, while the Argus office sent
nearly as much; 521 pounds, the two
mailing over a lialf ton of papers dur
ing the month.
W. B. Hargreavcs, Lincoln, Samuel
Ledennan, St. Joe, 8. C. Sample,
Omaha, H. Christie, Lincoln, John E.
Owens, Brooklyn, N. Y. and August
Meyer, Omaha, tarried iu town Satur.
day night last.
A Frenchman residing in the coun
try, came to town the other day feel
ing somewhat ill, complained to one
ot our physicians that he had a pain
in bis portmanteau, by which he
meant bis chest.
Show us tho man who says it never
rains in the Republican valley, and we
will show him that God answers the
prayer of the plow, with the patter of
rain drops, and that tho desert has
A gentleman from Denver last week,
purchased of cx-govcrnor Garber, two
lots in tho southern part of town, and
will commence the erection of a car
penter shop upon one of them. One,
by one they come.
Wanted. Parties with capital to
settle in Red Cloud, and tike advant
age of the natural facilities, and utilize
the waters of the Republican into turn
ing the machinery for immense paper
and woolen factories.
Beef is still so high that it is prob
able that the fashiouablc fall bonnets
worn by the ladies of Red Cloud, will
consist of a porter-house steak trim
med with a bunch of artificial roses
and a few yards of ribbons.
The Marquis of Lome informs the
state department that ho intends to
pass through the United states next
month, via the B. & M. and Denver.
Now, then, let's rope everything down
and be in readiness for the event
E. Stein au, formerly county financer
of Adams county, is in town this week
assisting county treasurer Bushow, in
preparinghis report for settlement with
the county commissioners. We have
kunwn him for several years, and
know him to be a correct accountant.
We have been asked by several if we
see any sigus of a hard winter. We
have no time to look after such mat
ters, but arc informed that several
English lecturers threaten to visit this
country, and if such bo the case, look
out An inquiring subscriber who intends
engaging in raising garden "truck" the
coming season, asks us the easiest way
to make a hot-house. We hasten to
reply by saying just leave a box of
matches where the baby can play with
To the young American girls we
would say, those who contemplate go
ing to Europe for studying music, that
Jennie Lind says America furnishes
institutions just as good, and the
chances of getting a nice husband
From an exchange we take the fol
lowing recipic for preserving water
melons. Give the melon three or four
coats of varnish to exclude the air.
The lad giving it claims the fruit is
better at Christmas or New Years than
when put away.
C. N.King, of the Gardner. (III.,)
Timet, made this office a pleasant call
last Monday morning. He came in
on the Kansas City train 8aday even
ing from Denver, where he has been
for his health. He wants to settle iu
some Nebraska town.
Some Red Cloud parents it is said
have mated their children, a boy of
six and a girl of two, for marriage in
1S98. The parents appear to be very
previous. - Colic, measles, croup, and
old death may havo a word to say be
fore mating time comes.
Moscna & Denney hava removed
their office formerly over Sherwood's
building, to comfortable and cosy
quarters over Henry Cook's drag store.
They arc a reliable firm and. are
niaiwaf-ring to thawaatiof taoaa im
naei ol counsel ana treatwaaU
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vw' -s. to xra:it xoosea
C Smith of South Bro.' bank.
r-lJLlt 3KtI!ittP and left tho At.
for the Plotting announcement.
Owing to the continued illnesa of bk
brother and partner, in the National
bank of iTcatrice. requiring much of
his time there, and the doul of his
speedy recovery, Mr. Smith conclud
ei to sell cut bis business here, as the
first care of both banks was too much
for any one man. Their successors
here will be
MOSIIEK, MOOBS A OCTCALT;
M aher and also Outealt are of the
firm of Marsh Bro.'s, Mother k. Co.,
bankers of Lincoln.
R 3. Moore seems not to le entirely
unknown in thee parts, having placed
numerous loans on real estate in this
vicinity. We arc informed by Mr.
Smith as we understood him that he
regards the new house as in no way in
ferior to the old, and that Red Cloud
business interests will not at all suffer
by this transaction. Mr. Smith, as
yet,has only disposed of his interest here
connected with the bank, but contem
plates the sale of all his property, em
bracing his newly built, and beautiful
resideuce. We cannot restrain our
regrets of Mr. Smith's departure from
us, but feel that Providence doth thing
well for all.
The Rev. Geo. O. Ycwcr, will preach
next Sabbath, morning and evening at
the Congregational church.
The first quarterly meeting of the
year will Iks held at tho M. E. church
next Saturday and Sunday, Oct., 7 and
8th. The presiding Elder.C. L. Brock
way, will Imj present.
W. N. Richarhson's book-keeper,
Mr. B. Holcomb, is our voucher for
the truthfulness that one Mr. Sander
son, formerly on R. It Shcrcr's farm,
iu twenty-one days cut and put up 210
tons of hay; ISO tons delivered in
yard, and ballancc in the barn, one
ami three-fourths mile3 distant from
the field, and all was in splendid order
and won the perfect satisfaction of Mr.
It Saudcrbon."Bufe" savs is a wor
Mr. Gage, of tlio eating home, has
transferred his proprietorship of said
house to Mr. Joseph Swan, who also
engineers the eating houso at Lincoln.
Ho is making extensive and various
changes about tho houe, and will
soon havo it supplied with water by
pipes running from tlio big new tank
at the round-honsti.
Lightning scenw to havo frequent
occasion to manifest its powers in this
vicinity of late. Monday of this week,
it darted its firy tongue into a largo
stack of hay on the Codman & Pres-
cott sheep ranch cast of town, and
kindled a fire big enough to burn fifty
tons of hay. Wo hear that on the
same day the wire was melted on one
of tho telephones at the depot
Under article 5, section 22,of tho re
vised "Statoots" of "A Bachelor's Life
in Uncle Sam's Service," tho gentle
man who went as far east as Crete Sat
urday and returned Tuesdav. has sub
jected himself to a scvefo nennltv.
Tho cigars arc simply an inducement
to "IiuhIi" but where the order makes,
and provides, that they shall be under
any and nil circumstances obeyed in
order to make a long story snort. it
rests with the opposite gender.
Mr. J. W. McLaren, of Blue Hill
address and Negunda precinct, has
lieen constituted bur agent for the sale
of farm rights to use thoGirard, or one
wire fence, in the precincts of Blue
Hill and Negunda. Mr. M., has test-
eu mis lence to nis entire satisfaction
aoannon n ana nave nia moncr re-
flindorl. In Vita nan lantnian ) V...
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tested cflVctuallv with forty head of
grown came, caive, nones, mules and
colts. He aavs: "I nut in calve at two
days old that never got out once, un
til I took them out lour months old
one mule tried it for two weeks and
gave it up,"
For sale at puhlic auction, in the
rear of our warehouse, on Saturday,
Oct., 14, 1R82. one Sweep-stake Mount
ed Power and Thresher. Terms made
known on day of sale. Spanogle A
Cowles, Neb. Sept, 30, 1SS2.
Ed. Ciiiet. Tho principal placo of
attraction seems to be. at Gilford's
Tho enterprising firm of Ward
Glover aro buying considerable grain.
School commenced at this placo on
Monday, the 25th insL, with Mr. Ham
el, as teacher, and we think him an
efficient person, and hopo our school
may prosper in his charge.
The hotel man, Mr. Brown, is doing
nicely; gets np a good meal for -25 eta.
This has been a lively day in Cowlee,
two teams in town, one with a load
and the other for repairs.
A. J. Iteardon is the boss nimrod of
ihia section, his latest achicveaents
were a frog hunt.
We are having lots of rain, and it
brings smiles on the farmers facta.
The Sev. Orr is keeping the paupers
haia at the section house.
Aay one hunting old maids aright
do worse tkaa if they sailed to visit
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OsHsaidsr carries tha aask
ror tlie last eight niontlis, on tho volun
tary princinlo, i. e., he could keep it
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jndfnal dt-ict, of erxca, b24 jr.
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To K1U Mit'hell wnwrud! de-j
frnUn: vn are hereby not.&cd t,i n j
thr th day of Ut&r, 1Sv2. Lafar
ee u u? SIM tow jtttjon Axurit
you, in the dutrict court of mud coun
ty, the object and prayer of which arc
to obtain a divorce from you on the
ground that you have wilfully alnd
ooed the plaintiff without good caue,
for the period of two vear pt, aUo
for the custody of Elmer Mitchell.
Albert F. Mitchell and Charles E.
Mitchell. Minor children.
You arc required to arwwcr said pe
tition on or before Monday, the 6th
day of November, 1S&.
By Kalcy Bro PUinlUTs AU'ys.
For the (Jueen City ladies and child
ren's kirt and stocking U9pndcr.
Inquire of Mrs. S. W. Secly, agent,
Red Cloud, Neb. Sept 13th, 1&S2. 0-4.
300 Sheep For Sale.
High grade merino Ewe, by Cod
man k. Prcsrott Apply to R. It Eaton
Guide Rock, Neb. 5tf
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8. W.8WITZKK, lUcUtor.
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Nolle U hrrthf tWea that tb folluater
aaiad elUar ho Sled notice of hh loUnllon t
raaka Soal proofin rapport of bi claim aaj
that aaid proof will b ataxia twPr Clrra of th.
Ihrtrict Court Walxter eoantT at ltd Cload
ab. aa Sa.ard4r Oru 2. IMS. via.
HM Mtir 4tS3: for tbe tVf tec. 15 town 2a ri a
llweat. Haatae tbe following witaa to
provabif eootlauoat refijta? aaoa. and cat
U.T.,lono.f."dU?i..T,l: Charl. X. durnar.
W aa l!oUwortb:HaBrr MaoraraaJIoba Jtc
Qallkra. all of Kel Ciad.
S 8. W. aWITZEK. UcgUur.
LaaJ Oflea at BIooralBctan Stb 8apu 4. 1C
Noliea ll hrrabr riven that th .ll(..
aaraedcttlrbaiCt-l notie of bl inteatioa
to make final prwif in fnpport ol hi claim, and
iui i3 rrool win b raa.le bafora n-rk of
I'umci uourt at Ucd Clou J ab.. oa TaaaJaj
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AJaaSj,4cn. all of Arobor. X-.b.
5-At B-W.SrTirZKR. Ragifter.
LaadOCeaatUloomiagtitaXob. Sept. 4ta tJ.
Notice iiherabr riven that Iba fbllowiag
aaaaad aeitlar baa ftlfd aotira or aia intaatioa
to make Snal proof in 'uppurt of bit elalai, aad
that aaid proof will be raade bafora "Itrk of
Diitriet Court Wbttr County Xab, aa SaJar
U7 0ct.7th. lM2.rif;
.j . .. t'ilfMBeF. Taanaat.
H'd eaUTNo.39tt.fnribe iw',;.c. 2. town 2a
raaga llw. Ua aaaen tha rmlowiag witaaat
to prove kit eoatiBuoat rwidanca aton atd
cultivation of aaid land. Tit: lleurr J. Maurar
Joka McQullkia. WUIUmJIoUwortS aad Kleb'
aH L Tinker, all of Red Cloud. irebraka.
551 8. W. SWITZEK. Haglatsr.
Laad OBoa at nioominrton. Heb. Sert. 6, 1W2.
NoUea la hereby giraa that tha following
aa-aed aettltr haa f lednotlee of hi iateatioa la
aaake Snal proof ia aupport of hia cUiaj. and
ina ia prooi win be na4e berore J. P. Bay
ha, clerk dittrirt court, at Ucl Cloud JVebraeka.
vm usiwv ttv&. lv Ifw. Til;
.. Jr'raaria M. Utaphenour.
HV atry No. 7Cf 1. for the H and w2 aw
I4 ee. If. towa 1 a rang 12w. Ilr n.imti the
following witaeaaea to prove hia enntmaoua
reaidaaee aton, aad caltivation of aaid land tit:
Oliver Dowai. Samuel Dowaa. Nelaoa Phelpa
and Jataaa Murphey. all of Red Clou 1. Seb.
5-5 6. W. 8WIT2KR, Regirter.
LaaJ Oflea at nioomintton Neb. Seo. 2. 1SK.
Roliee ia hereby given that tbe following
naraetl lettlerhaa filed notice of hia tnteotioa to
raake iaal roof in -urfMirt of hit claim anl ae
care final entry thereof before Clerx of fi.art
In V cbiter county Neb. at hia ofR.-r In Sted
Clo.J Neb. on Sat3r.iarOctthr IH, Xi via:
.. Fraok Cochrall.
II a entry No. 3ii0 for ne'-f of nee. 9 tawB
za ratige iuw lie aarae lae following witnea
ae to prove hia eontinnoa reaidtnea aaoa. aat
cultivation of -aid land, via: Ueorge W. Ball.
Fritbie N. Richardwfi, Chritiopher C. Cox aad
John B. Wright. all of Ked Cloud, Xb.
ao-8. a. W.SWITZr.'R. Kca-uter.
LaadOSlcaat Bloomiagton Neb. Sept. 23. imz.
Notice it herebr given that tbe following-sa-aed
aetUer kai Sled notice of hia iatentioa
ta raake flaal proof ia tapaort al hi claim, aad
that aale proof will be made hwfara Clerk of
Oai. tk ISO; via.-
Homaftaa4 aatry No. 3M for tha aa qt aw
15 towa 4a raaga 12w. Ilaaaaaatha fallowiaa
witaeaaea u prove hU eoatiaaoaa reaideaea
apaa aa4 ealtiratioa of aeid laad. via ; Klray
Pattava. Alaarf C. Smith. Joha SfcCoy. Biaha
Ua Yeaaaa all of Walla.
S. W. 8WTTZIE. Rataetar.
UaaOmeaatBlootaisatoa. Kea-apt. 21. last.
MoUea t hereby five, that tha follewia
aamas aatUar haa flael aatiea of hia iaUntioato
make laal proof ia eappert ef hW claim. aa4
aeara taal aatry thereof, praof U a ma4e ae
tara Clark of tha OUtrict Cart of Weaeter
Thomaa R. Hora.
H'4 aatry Ka. ?VX for tha aw!i ae. 22 tnwa ra
raataSwaat. Ua aamea the folio wiac if aaan
to prava hia aeatinaoaa reaMeare aaaa aa4
aattiraUea of aai4 Iaa4 vis. James WVArme
aaursar. lleary Hkeltoa. Joka Sbeltan aa Wil
Uaaa Skafar. all ef UaMc Keek Nek.
8, H.fiWITZEK, Raciaur.
Smith Brothers annonnce still an
other important reduction in rate of
interest on time loans. Straight nine
percent annual tnterat. Call at the
Bank and leave your application.
Fauna At Laat.
An airreahlc drcssinrr for the hair.
that will 1
stop its falling, has been long
doncht for. Parker's Hair Balem-
distintmished for its parity, fully sup,
puas iiia want.
7 Per Cent. Money to Loan!
Money to prove up with on final re
ceipt, or on deeded land at 7 per cent.,
and l-2 per cent. comaaision, or at
siraigai y par cent, no coinmwuon.
Jxo. K. Wnxoox.
Office next door to Chief office. 30ft
Th Baat Thlna; Out.
The Gasoline Stove for sale by
Mitchell at Morhart is the best thine
for cooking aad baking in hot weather
iutr iiu ctbt oeen invented, oaves
fuel, saves time and does not heat np
the rooan. Warranted to be safe and
awomteiy non-explosive. Gall at
Mitchell Morhart's hardware store
ami examine the stove. 47-tf
P. H. O'Connor,
rra-dast IatSaa aaaamai aaaaaaraa a aaais.. EX2ZS2 ; J-- 'J '1 1 asaalli "I I" Mil al I Mil I
THAT CANT BE
New York Clothing
TO CLOSE THE
Oppoito Cliica'ju Lumber Yard. 8
Proprietor of the
Ciiy Drug Store.
A full Mipply of
AMI'S, LAMP SHADES. WICKS
i!M'iifr "IkI.vI o! lnVfa"j refli
I alao have a full aad ooaiplele atoek of aeaael
booka. atatiuaery aad pltatagrapa A taaasa.
RED CLOUD. XKB.
Has now Opened His Fall Stock of Goods, Consisting of ,
Dress goods and Dress Trimmings, Cloaks, Dolmans
Ajsrx) sh A.wrs !
Clothing, Blankets. Bed Comforts.
Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes.
a m a
ONE PRICE AND JTJST j9lS LOW AS MON
EY CAN BUY THE GOODS !
YOURS, A. S. Af.
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RED CLOUD - NEBRASKA.'
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Go To W.
Staple $ Fancy Groceries,
TOBACCO 4 CI0AHS
IN TOWN. A!-0
Choice Nuts. Fruits. & Confections.
a?4 Prase fruits and VrwtaMa V4d
Singer Sewing Machine
J. 8. NOLI,
Red Cloud, - jSTobrnsteia
THE llEsT M. VCH INC IN 'K
All kind of Repair on hand
Jos Q.XJiHKli, Prop,
JUL KlSPf. or
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Always n liAND
cash run for rATCArn.n, htk, txu i tn intr - u
Moshcr's old Stand - Red Cloud Nek
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SPANOGLE & FUNK,
Two Doors South of Bank,
-RTWD CLOTJD. - iNTIITR AftlvA.
DOOR8 f WW
JONES & MAGlii!
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COMK WH 'R Ml 1 Y
1 a a wmm
mm m aaa-asp.
I BaiiBaiafl $
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