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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1883)
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iriodatlon of the public.
JIKD CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
RED CLOUD, NED.
'Ssetrt tbs sallow ers tit smarts Um."
Al! kinds of pIcturM Uken and sat
iifaction guaranteed. 45-tf
GIVE HIH A CALL.
T. P. MOODT,
Practical Watchmaker and
AH kind of Repairing
Neatly and Cheaply done with dis
patch. Alan dealer "in Watches, Gold
and Silver Spectacles and Eye-glasses.
Musical Instruments nnd Silverware,
.I! at Bottom Price. Highest Cash
price paid for old Gold and Silver.
Give me a call before buying else
where Bign of the Big Watch, Main
St. Red Cloud, Nkb.
GUIDE ROCK, NEBRASKA,
at the Store of
BED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Berlin Zephyrs, Midnight Zephyrs,
Saxony wool, Shetland woo), Shet
land Floss, Germantown Wool
And Woolen Kniting Yarn
Hoods. Mittens, Children's
Coats Ac, Ac.,4
ALL OF odb OWN MANUFACTURE.
A full lino of
Also a large nnd splendid assortment
of TOYS and CHRISTMAS Gift.
S. W. SEELY,
Choice Family Groceries,
Fruit a Specialty.
Bntter and eggs taken in exchange.
Patronage solicited. Two doors north
Smith Bro.'s Bank.
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iul. OSlr hAr frow 7 . . to S p. m'
Mnnf OrUr oBle krt fra 7 a. a. to 7 p. v.
CHica boara cb Sasdar 8 to 9 p. m.
M. B. McXirr. P. U.
5 a. a.
7 p. a.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 18S3.
L.THOMAS, - Local Eslltor
and Biiincfs Mnnngcr.
City Drug Store.
A full supply of
LAMPS, LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
COMBS BRUSHES AC.
rtraffe te1iii4 ! tkaakfallr raMifwt.
aaPrf riptiont earerultr maran?ed"fSa
leak, autwaeiraad pketsanpk Albmaa.
1JCD CLOUD. ... NIB.
R. X.. TINKER.
(Saaaaaaar to G. A. BnwuY.
C v slwajra a kui aad triaaai n skert
atie. 1'nea aa low any ia ta Vallar.
Business was liri.tk lst Sfltnrday.
Fresh oysters for sale at Boby's.
How do you like your valentine?
Hair switches cheap at L. N. Hale's.
A good article of ranple yrop, cheap
Pnre comb honey at Boby's. The.
bees made it.
A fine lot of watches for sale at G.
A. Morhart returned from Quincy,
Illn. Tuesday night.
non. C. II. VanWyck has our thanks
for public document.
For the very best Roods, full weights
and measure. Go to Roby's.
The board of county commissioners
deliberated last Saturday.
The be t and largest stock of clocks
ever brought to Red Cloud, at G. S. Al
brights. BARGAINS, BIG BARGAINS in
everything you want, nt J. G. Pottcr'a
FobSalk 150 ton of German Mil
let, for sale by Ira Sleeper, Red Cloud
Sheriff Wnrren has been trying his
hand nt running a hotel, since last
Any one wanting a good wind mill
on favorable terms will do well to cnll
at this office.
Hurrah! Hurrnh!! for the worth of
your money, you will get at cost pri
ces at j. g. Potter's
A farm for sale or trade. Will sell
on easy terms, or will trade for stock.
Inquire at the Post office.
Mr. Spokesfield hns moved bis stock
of good, and now holds forth at Put
nam's old stand.
Liver diseases, headache, and consti
pation, cnuscd by bad digestion, quick
ly cured by Brown's Iroii Bitters.
An eight pound boy made its appear
ance at the house of Mr. Fred Hum
mel, on the first day of the month.
Just received. Another lot of apple
butter and mince meat, also Frank Sid
dnll's soap at S. W. Seelcy's
Fok Kkkt: A farm of about 55
acres of improved land. Call on Span
ogle &. Funk, Red Cloud, Neb. G-tf.
The bridge across the river south of
town was taken out this week, to avert
the possibility of its going out when
tbo ice breaks up.
Denver and New Orleans con!, the
best in the world, for salo by Jones &
Magcc's lumbci eompanv, Red Cloud.
Land buyers have already begun to
come in from the caj-t, and it is safe
to say that a large amount of real es
tate will change hands this spring.
I have just received the best slock
of solid and silver plated ware ever
brought to this town. G. S. Albright.
27a. On Euinsn Placi
T lease on long time in Red Ctond
heap. Inquire of C. II. Potior, ever
McFarland a store.
Judge Wilcox and wife have the
sympathy of the entire community in
the loss of their little boy, who died of
diptheria last Friday morning.
Go to Jones fc Mngee's Lumber Com
pany for your lumber and coal. Thev
are solo agents for Denver and New
Orleans coal, in Nebraska. t-f.
NoNi drink, not sold in bar rooms,
but a reliable non alchoholic tonic
medicine, useful at all times, nnd in
all seasons is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Any live man can start an earth
quake shock in a neighborhood, all he
has to do is to nsk people if they felt
the shock, and immagination does the
If you need a pair of eve classes or
spectacles, call on G. S. Albright, at
Gore's old stand and you will get just
what you want he has the best.
Gartor Braa. aart oaaW thaif star
la Uttrwoi fenaerlj ss ataa1 ay Hal-
aata as a hardware Hon, aa4 i write
lha public (broach tna eatuams of taa
Cmtw, this week, to call and examine
their good and prices. The boys are
popular and have the requisite busi
ness ability and enterprise to insure
uccewi, which we have no hesitancy
in saying we believe they will meet
with ia their present enterprise.
A Bed Cloud young man had a
queer experience on a sleigh ride one
night hut week. When returning
home the young man fell asleep, and
in reaching for a handful of snow, the
young woman fell out of the sleigh.
The young man slept on and the hors
es trotted back to their stable. In half
an hour the young woman entered
town on loot and went to the stable to
get her purse which had been left in
the sleigh. Henceforth the young
woman has no ue for that young man.
A paper to be first class must receive
first class patronage. First class pa
tronage consists in every sulacriber
paying his subscription in advance,
patronizing the job department in
stead of sending work to foreign offices
and in various ways giving the paper
your support and enconragement
Giving a paper your moral support by
taking and reading it will not do.
Moral support was never known to
run newspaper, moral support can
not he utulized when paper bills are to
bepaid. The men who work upon
newspapers are human and enjoy corn
beef and cibbago a well 1 other peo
ply. Atmosphere in this locality con
tains a large amount of ozone and is
very bracing; tho scenery very grand
and picturesque but iieverthrlws, it
seems to be ono of nature's laws that
one can't pay for printing material
with ozono or feed workmen on beau
The committee appointed to investi
gate affairs at the Insane Assylum at
Lincoln havo discovered that the pa
tients have suffered extreme cruelties
at the hand of Dr. Mathewson and
his assistant. The state prison is also
being investigated aud the shameful
practices of Warden Nobes and others
connected therewith will be exposed.
If Dr. Mathewson ol the assylum and
Warden NoIhjs, of the penitentiary
don't get tho lounce, there is. no jus
tice in the land.
The fact that the State Journal has
taken particular pains to blow the
horn of Warden Nobes, of the peniten
tiary nnd Dr. Mathewson of the insane
assylum, is sufficient evidence to our
mind that those gentlemen, (?) arc
frauds of the first water. Wo have
been a close reader of the daily Jour
nal for the past half dozen years, and
we have always noticed lhat the more
damnable a man's acts, thevheartier
support he receives from that paper.
It is sufficient to cito the case of I. P.
Olive, the man burner.
swaaa weajU V wttt to writs taJoaa
A. AMen. pablisW, IS. Vertey 8L
New Yorkf for catalogue aad arise
liats. Ta ilfaatntfe the remarkable
aaoaaany In cost, eotaired with pw
os publication. The present import
ing price of the lite of Cromwell is fa,
here, ia equally rood typa, handsome
ly printed, with two other important
works thrown m it costs only TOcts;
even beyond this, as a means of most
widely ami effectually advertising the
.A.H,..nv.i. cnc,-4ic puDiuner wm
send, poMfpaid, a paper bouad edition
of the Hood's "life of Cromwell," to
any address on receipt if f ften cent,
aud tlen. if the purchaser desires to
eewm. the bound volume, will credit
ifeeen cents toward the price of the
same. It will be strange if sach books,
at such price, do not find their way
into almost every home. "Biograpby
is the most universally pleasant, uni
versally profitable of all reading." well
said Thomas Carrie. How, indeed,
can the heroes of "fiction" 1 com
pared in interest with these heroes of
all time, Washington and Cromwell?
John B.AIden, publisher, 18 Vcssev Sl
"KcMMdat all kiaSa dam
Burial Robes furnished at reasonable
HID CLOUD, .... MB.
J. L- MILLER,
r mi i mkslTjT- --"
HARNESS, COLLARS, SADDLB&
HIPi, COMW, MUSHES.
HARNESS OIL, -
Xmk eTerytaimr usually kept Int-
. PFaaaima aaaaaat 1
N 5?fe V JRAawaaa Wm sl
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid Society
will give a social at the residence of
Mrs. I. N. Taylor, next Tuesday even
ing. All are cordially invited to at
tend. Austin, Texas, contains a population
of 2l),0X)0, of this number fifty are al
leged doctors. Heaven' protect the
other nineteen thousand nine hundred
W e desire to express otir warmest
thanks to the many friends who gath
ered round during our recent sorrow.
Kind words and helping hands for us,
and flowers for the grave of our little
boy, are tilings to be long treasured in
our memories. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox.
We find the following in the Hcwk
tye, with the request to exchanges to
copy. William Cross, of Burlington,
Iowa, died on the 8th of January, 1883,
and has left an only daughter, Mary,
whose whereabouts is unknown. Any
information regarding her may be ad
Prof. Wiggin's slorxi thai was to
have come fiff the 9th of the present
month, failed to put in an appearance
and the waather prophet kindly with
draws his prediction of a' severe storm
on the 11th of March. Mr. Wiggins
has come -to the conclusion v that he
don't know anything about it the.oa
ly seasibk cosKastoa he aae come to
dariaf alaafaad eventful career as a
The Study a Aatrenemy
We have received from the Astro
nomical Society, of Rochester, New
York, a circular containing the fol
"It must be manifest to every intelli
gent observer that live increase of pub
lic interest in astronomical mutters
within the Inst three years exceeds that
of the previous twenty. Individuals
who formerly thought but little on
these subjects, now spend hours every
clear evening in searching the heaven?
in many eves, it is true, with a small
telescope, but in all cases with com
mendable interest. As a result more
discoveries hare been made in this
country, during the period mentioned,
than ever before, and they are increas
ing in mimbrtrs indeed, mnch of the
valuable research of late years has been
been done by amateurs."
The above is eminently correct. A
stroll about the suburbs any moonlight
night will convince the most skeptical
that the young folks of the present
generation take :i very deep interest
in astronomy, as they can be seen in
every direction, in pairs, studying the
heavens and each other. The old
man of Rochester, New York, hits the
nail squarely on the head when he
says they spend hours searching the
heavens, at least he hits the mark so
far as time is concerned, but we have
noticed in many cases they watch clos
er for paferuiaa, wliont they have
reason to suspect is sequestered some
where in the shrubbery with a No. 1 1
boot or a brick bat, than they do for a
We have, on divers and sundry oc
casions, seen a promising young man,
with Ins hair parted in the middle,
while engaged in astronomical observa
tions with the fair daughter of a neigh
bor at the front gate, get his coat tails
filled so suddenly and forcibly with
boots as to cause his nose to bleed, and
we bare also noticed the same young
man will, upon the next favorable op
portunity, take up the study of astron
omy again in the same place, with tbe
same assistant, regardless of his previ
ous painful experience.
It is true, as stated above, that thev
pursue the study of astronomy with
commendable interest, but we cannot
vouch for the truthfulness of tbe asser
tion that they use small telescopes, i
We judge of the means employed, by
the work accomplished, and that being
the case, we should say that the tele
scopes used are of the regulation sise,
for it is an indisputable fact that these
young astronomers rreoeotly succeed
in discovering a new comet
The circular truthfully says that
much of the valuable research of late
years has been done by amateurs. The
young folks deserve a gold medal -hbt-one
of them fur their untiring asal ia
the work of astronomy. Too much
cannot be said in praise ot the yeaag
man who will persist ia taa atady of
astronomy ia opposition to the known
wishes aad No. 11 aoata of taa girls
father, aad thai too; whaa his manly
bosom aad saaday
vteetly tora ay
ami the teesa af,aasailf daw- I
i taa wora g ,$
Ciuopa JturtAa, Jaw 31, 1SA3.
Ed. Chut. While sitting around
the camp fire I thought of Bad Cloud,
and found myself wishing I had tbe
Chief to read, and as I could not hare
a paper to read, the next thing is wri
ting. After we left Nebnwka, we came
about as much east as sonth and that
gave a good opportunity to see the
country. Have travelled over four
hundred miles in this state and like it
ever so much better than in Neb. I
don't know whore the trouble is. in eli
minate, soil, or tl.o men that till the soil
but the Kansas farms are improved
far better than tbo Nebraska farms.
The granenes are all filled, the cellars
and pantries the same, and nearly
every farm has good fences and the
houses are in good repair with nice
yards in fiont of them. I have not
seen a sod house or a dogout since I
left the line. You sec but a few farms
but what heve nice orchards and neat
ly trimmed evergreen in the yard.
One man near Emporia sold last co
son over 400 worth of apples and bad
nioro put away to sell. But they raise
other kinds of fruit nlao. Peaches,
cherries nnd all kinds of berries grow
in profusion, t havo seen some of
the nicest trained hedge here as well
as the worst. Some of the best towns
we went through arc Clyde, Clifton,
Clay Centre and Junction City on and
near the Republican River. On the
Neosba, Council Grove, Americas, Em
poria, Burlington, Neosha Falls,
Chamte, and Parsons. Emporia is sit
uated in Lyons county, and is quite a
rail road centre. Good soil and intel
ligent farmer to till it shows the se
cret of iis prosperity. The streets were
crowded with learns and still they were
coming nnd going. The Normal re
ceives students from Kansas and Mis
ouri. The public schools are iu need
of a new school house, there not being
room in their large brick buildings for
about three hundred of the pupils. I
hear they intend putting up new buil-
dings ns soon ns possible. Emporia
has thejbest buildings of any town, or
city rather, that I have passed through.
Well I sec tho W. B. opening its capa
cious mouth so I will close.
Our correspondent writes a readable
letter, but in making comparisons he
seems to lose sight of the fact that the
part of Kansas through which he trav
eled is a comparatively old settled
country, while this part of Nebraska
has not lccn settled long enough to
admit of very extensive improvements
or the raining of fruits to any great ex-
Willie claims he no boy and says,
"I can vote."
Look out for Orange blossoms, she is
an only daughter.
The hist cold wave brought frosted
ears aud frozen toes.
Public services at the church every
Sabbath and prayer meeting Wednes
Ford has returned from the Elk
Horn country fully satisfied. Too
much sand up there for him.
All Norway ha been engaged for
some lime in general hind office busi
ness. Switzcr 4b Montgomery are no
Another carload of fat cattle has
gone to market, the highest weight of
a single steer being Ciiae. Sandbergh's,
tipping the beam at 1850.
Tbe last seen or heard of Charley
Rust be was crossing the prairie in a
cutter at the rate of 2.40. Charley
drives a fast team and is one of our
practical business young men.
The 20th of Decembcrou weather
prophet predicted that the cold for this
winter was over, and sure enough it
was over bead. He is now badly de
Ammt tva weeks aga Mr
proprietor of the Bays Hosaa botaL
went away to be goste two weeks, aad
aotretaraiag at the expiration of thai
time his property, including the hotel
building, was attached lwt Moaday for
debts, and in the lundt of the bcriC
ns arcs xauxt.
Wheal 65 ($ 70 eta.
Oat 25 rts.
Com 25 2S ct.
Potatnee-45 ( 50 ct.
Fat aUle-$J 25 G 4 00 per cwt.
Fat Hoga-5 25 & 5 40 - "
Ecrs 25 ct.
Chickeiw-t3 00 ( 3 25 per dot
Turkey x (k 9 vi ptr iiound.
Pucka-2 50 fa 3 25 r do.
Grcse 5 00 ($6 00 per dox.
Proposal For Bid.
Scaled bids will l rccritcl bv the
State Bank of Red Cloud until Feb. 26.
1&S3. at 4 o'clock r ., for ibe erection
of a two story brick building 25x100
feet, according to plana and plica
tion which can be crn at the Sute
Bank of Red Cloud, Red Cloud Neb.
Right is reserved to reject anr and all
bids. Levi Mookc, President.
Now is time if you want to get bar
gains in clothing, boots and hoes.
will be sold regardless of coat, miut be
sold; come and see to be convince!.
J. G. Potter.
On and after July 1st. 1SS3, only two
cents will be required to convey a let
ter from and to ny part of the Uuitvd
States. We well remember with many
of our readers, forty years ago, !
than one hall of our territory wa open
to mail facilities. Now from sea to
ea, from the St. Lawrence to the gull,
aiail routes traxerse the land like
nerves iu the human system, touching
almost ever- section of our immense
country. Leas than forty years ago
we pnid twenty five cents to convey
the smallest missive in the way of a
letter three hundred miles. Many a
poor yet anxious heart was prevented
from hearing from loved ones in a dis
tant region, for want of the amount of
postage, and even at that price, when
they poccd the needful, they bad to
wait semetimes a week on the slow
coach, the fatigued post loy, or the
brave messenger who often travelled
dangerous routes on foot. We can
look back and remember the exprco
carried on horseback from Washing
ton city, IVilndelphia, and New York.
The important dispatches or incagru
news in a package was sent by the
hands of trusty mwengers who were
on horseback making changes about
every two miles. The general mail
was conveyed by coaches. When a
boy tho writer of this used to delight
in witnessing the changes made by the
riders without stopping. The pack
age would be passed from one to the
other while their horses were under a
full run. Time has materially changed
the condition of a Euro. It would re
quire a nuir her of horses to carry the
daily mail that now pnses betwern
these great cities. Many of our read
ers ttill remember the. pony cxprc?&
thas so recently traversed these plains
from tho Misouri river to Sanfraucisco,
which wo-s run until the U. P. road
was completed, and they can remem
ber the price paid for tran.smivion of
letters. There wero not many papers
carried in thoe days; there were none
printed in this state at that time. A
newspaper was a novelty, read cagarly
and paxscd around a neighborhood,
which in thou days, to uso tbe ex
pression of an old pioneer, was very
large. Only thirteen years ago, while
prospecting iu the Republican Valley,
we stopped nt a trapper's on Turkey
creek. He had been absent aud just
returned. We enquired where he had
lccn, when he replied, "I was over at
the pout office." "Havo von a post
office here?" We asked. ""Well yes,
at Red Cloud, about thirty five m'ilcs
cast." We concluded this was a largo
neighborhood also but he had brought
a paper home, the content of which
was cageany nevoureu mai evening.
Now there arc three good papers pub
Iislied in that county. The cxtention
of mail facilities has kept pace with
immigration. Our government does
not neglect the wants of her people,
and with all this extensive-ramification
of routes, the star routes included, she
is able to reduce the postage to the
small sum of two cents for many
thousand miles. Lincoln Daily Xeics.
Have Just Opened a Stock of General Merchandi
Consisting in part of
Dry Goods, Groceries, and Queenswa
Ready Made Clothing, Hats, t Caps, Boots t Shoes.
GLASSWARE &c. &c.
The public is cordially invited to call and examin.
goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Store One Door South of Marsh's.
red cloud, neb. Carter Bros.
A. S. Marsh,
Opened His Fall Stock of Goods, Consisting of
Dress goods and Dress Trimmings, Cloaks. Dolman?
kJSTD SHAWLS !
Clothing, Blankets, Bed Comforts,
Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Will Vou Come?
ONE PRTCK AND JUST AS LOW AS ATOX
EY CAN BUY THE GOODS!
YOURS, ,. S. M.
3f Mn. Masher, Moore it Outc.ilt, at
the First National Hank, of Urd Cloud,
will mukc vou the very hot tcrma on
real estate loans. 18. tf
In order to clone out aiy ttmnctiitc
stork of trunk nnd vcilicr tt will It?
largely to your iuterrnt to examine
my stock before purvhnMiu; cUcwlirrr.
First clu&9 goods at bottom Price.
J. L. .MiLLaa
&&' Aaka SsIts.
The bc?t naive in tlnj world for rota,
bruiiu', orc., ulcers, rait rheum fivor
fores, totter, chapped haudj, chilblain
corn nnd nil pkiu vruntum, and po
itivuly cure Pile. It is guaranteed
to ijivo pcrfcrt atiif.iction, or money
refunded, l'rico 25 cent per box.
20yl. Henry Cook.
A livery barn Sfitl'JO, in Kcd Cloud,
Neb, well and ctronclv built nnd in
rojk! location. Term, in payment to
Miit purchaser. Apply to or nddr-,
1 1. Albright, nt State Hank, 27-tf,
.Notice is hereby civen that I will
examine all tenons who may di-cirl
o oifcr thcmrlvc as candidates fore
teachen of the common pchool of Web
atcr county, nt my ollicc in Kcd Cloud
on the first Saturday of each month.
Kxuminntions to commence at 9 a. m.
Do not ask for 5pcci.1l examination.
C. W Si'xikiskk.
County Superintendent of Public Iiutt.
Cloth and Samples on Hand.
Good Work and Fits guaranteed, and
aWhop opposite llrtiry (h1 a Drue ,i r,
Jones & Magee Lumber C
-DEAL Eli S AV
LCMIIKK, LATH, S!li.V!!.n, HAHH. HH)H, HUM
DKY LUM1IKK A HrEnAL.TY,THKI!ICsT I.VTHKM.UtKKT AM
MOLD AT TJIK LOWKHT lUIC;t:.
Go To W. B. ROBY'S
Ona f tttaCrlpafaa
Weils, Nebraska, Feb. 6th, 186X
Ed. Chief: I wish to correct an er
ror which appeared in roar issue of
Feb. 2nd. Would say that Mr. Walk
was not bitten while "monkeying"
with the his hogs, but whila loading
them for market. I, so far, bare bean
able to answer the very asany ques
tions concerning tbe bite I received
from that cross sow, but one; a asaa
from Omaha, more accoatoased tejseU
iag goods taaa rearing swine, wished to
know if the hog died frojsthe elects
of tbe bkiofc. That was a ataaaer;
hare not answered it yet will let ham
know next ttsae he
In the District Court of Webster
Kobt. V. Shirey, riainlift", )
F. B. Sawdcy, Defendant. )
F. R Sawdy, defendant, will take no
tice that on the 14th day of February,
1883, JtM. V. Shirey, plaintiff herein,
filed his petition in 'the District Court
of Webster county Nebraska, against
said defendant, the object and rayer
of which is to foreclose a certain
mortmre rxetnited bv tbo defendant tn
the plaintiff, upon lots 4. 5, and 6 of
block 1, of William's addition to the
town of Bed Cloud Neb., to secure the
payment of a certain promisory note,
dated Nor. 25th, 1831, for the' sum of
$1,500, due and payable Feb. 1st. 1883,
together with $150 for money paid oat
ami expended by plaintiff, for defen
dant in insming said premises against
Iom or damage by nre, ax per agree
ment between said plaintiff ana defen
dant. That there is now due upon
said notes and mortgage, and the mon
ey paid out and expended in insuring
said premises, the sum of 11,650, for
which said susa with interest thereon
from the JsL day of February. IS83.
Stewart Albright has moved His jew
elry More to the room formerly occu
pied bv F. II. Gore, J door eat of
State Bank, where he will be, pleased
to rrr all his customers and mend.
Ho lias engaged Mr. J. S. Hope welt
known here as the best workman in
the valley, to take charge of his work,
and you may dapend ujkmi having
your work well and promptly done.
Call and ace hi new Mock of watchc.
clocks and jewelry, and if you arc in
need of anything iii his line vou will
buy, for the price cannot fielp but
bTAPLE Fancy Grocerie
TOBACCO & CIGARS
IN TOWN AlJUi
Choice HtUs, Fruits. & Confections.
Irate aad Vegetable Sold 00 C'Mnmt ton,
Itr.t) CLOUD NKH
nlaintirTpraya for a decree, that defen
dant he required to pay the same, or
that said premise may be sold to sat
isfy tbe amount found due. You arc
The quality of Minesota flour can be
obtained in the Red Cloud patent for
little more than half the price of the
former. This is a fact so well estab
lished that many arc purchasing the
patent saving the freight for a long
distance, and ladies smile over nice,
ugnt, wiute oread.
All persons knowing themelves in
debted to tlc firm ol Mitchell k. Mor
hart or the estate of Robert Mitchell.
deceased, will please call on R. B.
Fulton at the old stand, and adjust
said claims at once as they :nut foai
tively be closed without further delay.
Mrs. Anna L. Mitchell,
7 Per Cent. Honey to Loin !
Moner to prove un with on final re
ceipt, of on deeded land at 7 per cent..
ni i-f.2 ner ccai, cwnnuremn. r at
straight 9 per cent, no comnso.
Ofllce west door to Chief oflicc- 30ft
Singer Sewing Machine I
J. S. IVOIiIa.
Red Cloud. - - jSTebraska
THE BfcsT MACHINE IN CHE.
All kinds of Repair on baod COMK AND KK M& Op CUUi&
All persons ufferiag from coughs
colds, asthma, bronchit. has of toscc
or any affection of the throat and
required toanswer said petition on or cM'g dmg mnd get a trial bottle
fe6? ih 2nd Z Ap-n1' iS3' of Da. King's new discovery fur con-
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By Strokes a; McKeeby, bis Ati'ys
Jot. GAMIER, Prvf.
all xiix or
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ALWAYS ON KA'ID.
CASH PAID FOR FATCATTLK, HOC?, FOCLTRT, JftPEgaC
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