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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1883)
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lodafiou of the public.
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
T. F. MOODY,
Practical Watchmaker and
All kind" of Repairing
Neatly and Cheaply done, with d:
pstch. Also dealer in Wairlw. Gold
and Silver Spectacle and Eyc-glase.
Musical Instrument and Silverware,
all at Bottom Price, Highest Cash
price paid for old ("Sold and Silver.
Give 'me a call before buying else
where Sip" of the Big Watch, Main
St. Kki Cloud, Nr.n.
UIDE BOCK, NEBRASKA,
Oarflsrfd Port No. 80. C. A. .
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FRIDAY. MARCH 9. 1883.
L. THOMAS, - Local Editor
and Business Manner.
at the Store of
BED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Berlin Zephyrs, Midnight Zephyrs,
Stxony wool. Shetland wool, Shet
land Floss, (Jermantown Wool
And Woolen Kniting Yarn
Hood. Mitten?, Children'
Coats Sec. Ac,
ALL OF ocb OWN MANUFACTURE.
A full line of
Alto a large and splendid assortment
erf TOYS and CHRISTMAS Gifti.
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Fresh oyiilern for rale at Roby'.
Go to SpoVesfield's for cheap Rro
ccrira. Wheat Bowing has already com
menced. A. K;dey receives orders for Crete
A eood article of maple syrnp, cheap
Webster county has now five week
A letter from "Betsy" will appear
Pure comb honey at Itoby 's. The
brts vtade it.
The b:ure ball racket will soon com
Salem, Kansas, has another newspa
per, called the Argus.
Crete Nursencn furnish anything
from a roe to a ilmde tree.
Do not neglect to plant treos on
your premihc this tpring.
Dr. Weber returned from the Moun
tains last Tuesday morning.
Thorpe has been on a protracted
visit to Missouri and Iowa.
The time for mosquitoes and frog
concerts draweth on apace.
Mr. rotter informed us last Monday
that the portion of the mill dam de
stroyed by the high water and ice, has
been replaced ami the mill will be run
ning again in a few day.
An exchange ays that an eastern
men bant ho never advertised was
found King dead on the counter the
other day. It i thought that the. body
had laid there several days before be
TIM sHsl tpaoori
Where is the school
tcr century ago who doea not reco
lect reading Logan's speech. Logan,
who wa reputed to be " friend of the
white man." We have read it and
wondered if the old sardine did really
make that speech. It whs recently
our good fortune to hten to a cech
by Kihe-kx rus-oo-kah-wnh, chief of
Mr. Kih-c- ka-ru-o-kalr-wah ami a
remnant of hi tribe have ?pnt a good
Imtc of the winter trapping on the Re-
Extra copies of the Cmrr are al-
i . i ' i.. -,, r n ,;i,. ' publican ncr, and jumt prior to null
depnt and jewelry store. Mr. Aibiiglit ' -'.'..'
. , ., i. i .,. J ins out for the reservation be invitctt a
is aio auiuof itwj n icicle ii". "
ulRcription for the Chief and receipt
for the same.
Mr. Rojecranf one of the hamU em
ployed in rebuilding the bridge, met
with an accident last Monday. Mistain
imng injuries that, while not being se
rious, will incapacitate him for labor
for several days.
The proprietors of the Opporilitm
Wffl-bj, the new paper at the north
end of town, got out their fint isMic
Iat Saturday. No one, not even the
proprietor? seem to know what the
politics of the sheet will be.
The new rennus compendium shows
a lanre increase since 1870, in the
number of idiots throughout the coun
Just so. Since we come to think of it
thcre.is one more in this county, that
we know of. He publishes an alleired
newspaper in the south part of town.
Senator Tabcr, of Colorado, who was
elected to fill an unexpired term of
thirty days in the United States senate,
was married on the 2nd int., in
Wahington. to a Mrs. McCourt, of
Oshkosh. Wisconsin. One of the Sena
tor's presents to the bride was a dia
mond necklace valued at $75,000.
Last Friday a boy climbed nto a
wagon where there was a loaded gun
and recklessly pointing it down the
ttrcct, fired. Fortunately no one was
hit, but two small boys who were stand
ing close together had a narrow es
cape, as the ball from the rillc passed
between them. There is a number of
boys in this town who ought to be in
the reform school.
For the very best goods, full weights
and measures. Go to Roby's.
Get ready to he about your property,
the assessor will soon be around.
Jlr. Sherwood is preparing to move
back to Mineral Point, Wisconsin.
First class job printing is still done
at the Chief office at bottom prices.
BARGAINS, BIG BRGAINS in
everything you want, at J. G. Potter's
We notice quite an increase in the
amount of corn being marketed of
L. N. Edson and Edward Radrow
have purchased Mcpherson's livery
Mr. Emigh has fold hia lot and buil
ding, occupied as a meat markot, to A.
The giant of .the Blue Hill Times
was perambulating our streets last
House and lots for sale at cost price,
npplv to Gottfried Pause on Seward St.
j Spokosfield keeps good groceries nnd
- sells them cheap. Call at Putnam's
Proprietor of ths
City Drug Store.
an NAiaa wt
A full supply of
LAMPS, LAMP SHADES, WICKS.
COMBS BRUSHES AC.
Palrsnata x:':"Urd arTii thantfolly rlrd
I also bar a fall aai complete rtoak of sesojl
beoki, lUiioatry aad (iBoiosraph Alousu-EED-CLOUD.
R. L- TINKER,
(SaMsstor to G. A..Brewa.)j
Off" lrsy-ea taaa d trinnnvl on tliort
tittle trc M low any is ihe !Ur.
KctiriMC of ai hiadt dou proi'ly aao
urial Bobet furnishtd at rsaacnable
ACDCLOTJD, - - - BB
be enjoying a
make a good
When the august personage who
presides over the destiny of our public
school can again so far lower his dig
nitv as to permit his most gracious
majesty to condescend to hand in to
our poor little 'devil" the monthly re
port of the school, we will gladly pub
lish it. On second thought it occurs to
us that possibly there has been no re
port made out for some time, and that
while meaning well enough, the pro
fessor may be unavoidably a little ir
regular with his monthlies.
The following from the Beatrice Ex
prt will apply to this town with a
good deal of force.
One of Kearney's newspapers, the
Xonparcil. has been swalowed up by
the Journal, of the same city. The ex
ample is a good one lor" numerous
other newspapers throughout the state
that are starving in towns overcrowd
ed with papers. Taken at the best,
Nebraska county papers have the poor
et support given the papers of any
western state or territory, ami the only
present remedy is to reduce the num
ber of papers to a bread and butter
J. L MILLER.
' Kt)aiMti7 a faHLlaaaf
HARNESS, COLLARS, 8ADDLM
JTHin, COMBS, MUSHES
Ant cwytkinc uswrily kept U a irst
KOXTH or TsnX VAKX.
Blue Hill is said to
boom, and is bound to
town m time
A number of new residences will be
built in different parts of town as soon
as !pring opens.
ForSalk: 150 ton of German Mil
let, for sale bv Ira Sleeper, Red Cloud
Neb. " 23tf.
Sherer has been improving his resi
dence by building an addition and
otherwise fixing it up.
Morhart Fulton have been mak
ing needed improvements in the inte
rior of their store room.
Hurrah! Hurrah!! for the worth of
your money, yon will get at cost pri
ces at J. G. Potter's
Some unknown individual has the
thanks of this outfit for daily papers
from Deadwood, Dokota.
Don't expect very much nico spring
weather fn the month of March, and
you will not be disappointed.
Mr. A. Scott, of wheatlnnd, called
last Saturday and left the "kale seed"
for another year's subscription to the
For Rest: A farm of about 55
acres of improved land. Call on Span
ogle &. Funk, Red Cloud, Neb. 26-tf.
Denver and New Orleans coal, the
best in the Avorld, for sale by Jones fc
Magee's lumber company, lied Cloud.
The last legislature formed three
new counties, Brown, Cherry and
Loup. This makes sixty-six counties
in tho state.
Rev. Amos Dresser, of Franklin
county, called last Monday. He is
traveling in the interest of the Frank
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid Societ
ty will meet at Mrs. W. W. Meek's
room at the Commercial hotel, Tues
day afternoon at two o'clock.
Go to Jones & Magee's Lumber Com
pany for your lumber and coal. They
arc solo agents for Denver and New
Orleans col, in Nebraska. t-f.
We srant some one to bring us a pig,
ami thus make us and the pig happy
and at the same time square up an old
We intended to publish a list of laws
passed by the legislature, this week,
but did not have room. The list will
appear in due coarse of time.
Sleeper now holds forth at his new
shop west of Sherer's store. He
thinks of engaging in the manufacture
of apringwagons sra& buggies.
The First Comet of the Year
A little before seven o'clock on Fri
day evening last, while Prof. Lowis
Swift, director of the Warner Observa
tory, Rochester, New York, was scan
ning the western sky, he discovered a
brilliant comet located in tho constel
lation of Pegasus near the star Beta.
The new comet is moving eastward
J and is verv briuht. This is the first
comet discovered during the present
year and also the first discovery made
by means of tho new telescope of the
Warner Observatorj, whicn is the lar
gest private telcop in the world.
Lincoln was a rail splitter. Garfield
was a canal boy. Andrew Johnson
was a tailor. Governor Cleveland -old
newspapers. The present governor of
Texas was a hostler. The governor of
Kansas drove oxen. The present gov
ernor of California was a sailor, and af
terwards swept out a store in Oroville
fur hoard. A. T. Stewart taught school
and sold tape by the peny worth.
Fred Gedhardt a grand father picked
up junk in the Greets of New York,
Jav Gould sold mouse trxps. Jim
Kecne kept a livery stable. Rufus,
Hatch was :i locomotive fireman, and
this editor was a was a well, a home
steader. An exchaneg says that "bangs on a
girl gives her an unruly appearance,
like a cow with a board over her face."
Just so; you take the gentlet cow in
the world and turn her out in a pas
ture with a board fastened to her
horns and she gets the name of lcing
unruly, and you would swear she
would jump fences, and raise merry
hades, and you wouldn't give much
for her only for beef. It is so with a
girl. If she wears her hair high on
her forehead, or brushed back or even
has frizzes, 'and 1ms a good look, you
will go your bottom dollar on her, and
you feel as though she was as good as
gold, and wheu she tells her voting
man she love bim there is no dis
count on it, and no giggling back; but
take the same girl with her front hair
banged, and when she looks at you
you feel just as though she would hook,
yau can't trust her. The banging of a
girl's hair changes the whole nature of
the little wretch, and she becomes as a
gun that is not loaded. You take a
picture of "Evangeline" and bang her
hair and she would look as if she
would "run at people." How would
Mrs. Van Cott, the alleged female
preacher look with her hair banged?
It is just so with boys. Take a nice
pioas Sunday school boy whe caa re
peat 300 verses in the new Testament,
cut his hair with a Iclipper, and he
kvks like the likTsg Wileon.
number of the prominent citizens of
Red Cloud to visit b:m at hi camp
and listen to a speech he wished to
make. When the company were
scaled around the fire, nnd the pip of
(teace had lcen p.tied from one to
another according to the time honored
custom of the nil man, the chief arose
and sjK)ke as follows:
MK. CllAlllMAN AND GUSTLCMKC OK
tiikConvkntiun Iogan wasa friend
of the white man, and so N Kih-e-ka-rus-oo-kah-wah..
I have dwelt among
you, ami my people have bt-ggod from
you. lo, 4hesc many moon.
But now we leave you, to return to
our rc-crvation and enjoy that much
needed rest and recreation which can
only be attained under the balmy
shade of our own vine aid fig tree,
watching our squaws hoc the corn
and battle with the festive potato bug
of the white man.
Kih-e-ka-rus-oo-kah-wah and Ids
tribe was once respected and powerful,
now we are weak ami dirty.
Kih-e-ka-rus-oo-kah-wah once h:u
squaws as the leaves of the forest, now
they are few and bcattcring.
Civilization docs not agree with the
daughters ot the forest, and the "corn
juice" sold by the pale face cuttcth
them down a with a cicle.
You sec that aged and infirm
squaw scratching her spinal column
againt that stunted Cottonwood tree.
She was once the flower of my family.
You ce that sore eyed leper on the
right, wrapped in melancholy and an
old army blanket. She was once a la
voritesqu.uv, but now she is auxes
pielt. These uninviting specimens are all
that is left to Ki-c-kah-rus-oo-kah-wah.
But I have many children to blcs
the name of Kihe-bah-rus-ookali-
You see that horde of ragged and
dirty pappooscs playing nt mumble-lhc.
peg, over on the sand bar. They are
supposed to be the children of Kih-c-ka-rus-oo-kaw-wah.
Gentlemen, tho red man is pae-ing
away. Once we were a numerous as
the wild sunflower on a rented farm,
but now we are as. scarce as honest rev
enue collectors. The graves of my peo
ple adorn every hilltop in this vicinity,
and their bones are scattered by hu
man vultures, who dig 'em up in
search of relics, on every hand.
Your oldest settlers will recollect
Pol-y-gran-da-ha, daughter of Medi
cine Horse, chief of the Otoes. She
died near your town, in the laudable ef
fort to add one more to the number:
or the Otoe tribe, and they buried her
on tho hillside eouth of the river.
Many moons subsequently a doctor of
the little nill varictv duir her up. and
her bones now keep company with the
other skeleton in his closet Friends
this it not right. When the paleface
dies, he is buried for keeps, but the
Indian has not where to lay his de
funct carcass in peace.
I am done. We mut now hasten
away to tho reservation and draw our
rations from the government, for when
the grass grows our young men
will want to be ready for tne war path
and the palefaces scalps. Adieu.
Co referriiif to certain warrants, waaj
boy of a quar-j laid over to next tueeung.
Prtmoa of Cha H Brrr C II R D.
No 21 for an appropriation for bndgij
on Lost Creek also on Jod?on Crcok.l
va cuiiMdcred au ordered that an ap
propriation of each bndge ar to much
thereof a may lo necessary, ! and v
hereby made to build nuill bndrcs
across Iol Creek and Judon Crrk,
iii road district No Z Wcfcter eunty
Neb to be paid when bridge i comple
ted. Board Co Com, on application of
Willie Round Iri the ;or farm of
Welter county Neb lo bim for one
year from this djtc to raie corn upon
it, to 1m! planted and cultivated in a
good and workmanlike manner, jaM
W Round togne Und t Webster Co
with consideration of to hundm! and
fifty dollar with security, to have and
work about ixty acre.
On application to the loard of coun
ty comiuksioncr it s ordered that
county treasurer hereby refit ml to
Jaim-4 Ferguon the amount of two
hundred dollars taring the amount ille
gally asMcd on x.'ronl projKrrir, in
excess, in Garfield precinct, for J :!.
Adjourned to Friday, Meh lCth 1J
J P Baviia. J I. STKTiyKiN
Co. Clk. (Tlinn Co Com.
New Store. New Goods.
Have Just Opened a Stock of General Merchandise
Consisting in part of
Dry Goods, Groceries, and Queensware.
Ready Made Clothing. Hats, k Caps, Boots k Shoes,
GLASSWARE &c. &c.
The public is cordially invited to call and examine
goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Store One Dcor South of Mamb'K.
I R E D C LO U !, N G B. L-iaX OBT JSTOSm
chas. w. srmsGr.i:. co. suit.
Dist. No. 35.- The school in this dis
trict i being taught by W. II. Rtt-
He is a uung
man of vigor
and ambition, u ho pucd a good ex
amination, und we understand be i
doing good work. The scholars in this
district need a higher aim, and a li.t!c
more thirst for knowledge nnd then I
this may become a gol school.
Di?t. No. ?S. Mi Idt Matthias i
teaching school here. Jvhool wdl
close November J3d. The house is
uncomfortable in cold woather, and'
the fuel that is proxided is poor. She
h:u twenty three pupils. Thu district
furnishes nunc aparalits, nnd com
mendable progress is being made.
DIst. No. 37. Here J. J. holton hns
taught from November to lVbruary.
The schcol bus done very good work
several pupiU here advanced well in
arithmetic and two study Tinted .St.te.-
history. There are not enough text
books of any kind in the school, which
is a serious drawback to the improve
ment of the school. There were six
teen pupils in attendance.
list. No. -J7.- W. I). Gillott is teach
ing the winter term here. lie hns ri.x
teen pupilo, three of them over sixteen
years ef age. The .scholars arc itudi
ous and obedient and interested in
their studies. Three ntudy V. S. His
tory. On account of poor blackltoanU
not so much is being done n de.-irnble.
but under the circumstance. fair pro
gress is being done.
I)it. No. 40 This school com
menced Nov Gth ami eloe. this week.
Seventeen seholais are in attendance,
four over sixteen year. There are
more than twice as many recitations
a day that there are Hcholars, so that
not an average of eight minutes is j;iv
eu to a recitation. Two study history,
Fair procrcv ha been m.ule.
I)it. No. 42. School i bring taught
by Mn. F.liza Tut tie. She ha nine
teen pupils in attendance. Tho school
is composed of Mnall scholars, and
notwithstanding long distances to trav
el there has boon but one day that no
pupils made an aapcarouce at the
Hchool boui! during the cold weather.
School clones March 9th.
A. S. Marsh,
Opened Mis Fall Stock of Goods, Consisting ol
Dress goods and Dress Trimmings, Cloaks. Dolmans
jY1XT SHA.AVJLS !
Clothing, Blankets, Bed Comforts,
Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Will Tou Come?
OjStk prtrcrc axd .ttjst as low asmon-
1Z Y CA.3ST BUY THM GOODS!
YOURS, A.S. M.
Red Cloud Neb., Feb. 27th 1833
Board Couny Coins, met pursuant to
Present. II Stevenson, J E Smith.
J L Miller Coins and J 1 Ibiyha Co Clk
JL Miller Co Com and committee
on lied Cloud bridge made a report in
regard to moving out. and furnishing
material necessary for the Red Cloud
britliie again at the expense of the
county and granted further time to -re
II Stevenson and J D Smith county
commissioner and committees on the
Inavale and Guide Rock bridges re
spectively made report and granted
The following claims were audited
and allowed and warrant No 2 iMied
on county bridue fund of 1882 for the
amount. S O Baker, for moving lied
Cloud bridge one hundred and twenty
The followihg claim was audited and
allowed and warrant number 25 was is
sued on the County road fund to pay
the same. J E Smith, freight on ma
terial for Guide Rock bridge nine dol
lars and twenty two cents.
The following claims were audited
and allowed, warrants to be drawn on
the general fund for the amounts.
S Croxton special cem on road 2 00
C Bttschow co treas postage 9 59
P M Cochrane J P poor bill 2S 43
J Poye'r witness before gr. Jan
1SS2 7 00
F Teel witness before gr. Jan.
1SS2. 7 00
Kaley & Lctson, poor bill 1-T2S
The following appointments were
made by tlie Uiard.
JZahnOHRD -No 21
M M Morgan O H R D No 1
F C Buschow Justice of Peace
Official bonds of the following named
JZahnOHPD- . No 21
G Luhn " No 26
J Sorenson No II
RD Davis " Xo4
E Hunter assass or Inavale prec.
F C Baschow J P Potsdam pree -
J M Moseaa M D Co phraiaan. "M?
, Commnnicatioa from Wm Clark sV
In countries where ualaria i prev
alent or where 'h climate i Mibject to
-udden changes -bouid by found in
every house Brown's Iron Bitter.
Persons recovering from wasting dis
eases, tuch as malaria, fevers, etc..
will be greitly benefitted by the. e
of Brown's Iron Hitters, a true tonic.
MORHART & FULTON,
& 1)F..4LEHS A v.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE
Stoves, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron.
Wood and Iron Pumps, Creamery Cans and Gladden
BARB WIRE A Specialty.
"Red OIovkI. - - iSVbivi-kfi.
I can place 150 cows in the hands of
good farmers, either on shares or a
stated price per cow, so they will pay
25 to 3u per cent, on their value. Par
ties having good cows to M as above,
or sell, should call on or nddre?s,
J. 0. ClIAMtlKKLIK,
Propaietor Inavale CheeeFactory.
31t2 Inav.de, Neb.
Crete Nureries wish to increase
their force to firtv bands as soon ;u
spring opens aud will pay the
Ladies and sickly girls requiring a
non-alchoholic, gentbt stimulant, will
find Brown's Iron Bitters benifici.il.
Crete Nurseries are daily
their trade thi spring will
number of letter
Wheat- .' I't. TUcts
0.i ti 27 c! "
Corn 2S(4 30 ct.
rta'"es-40ct .Vi els.
Fat Citiie-f 3 (j. 3 50 per owt.
Fat llog-tS 75($ GOO ' "
Butler !", ct?.
Eggs IS cts.
Ciickcn..-$2 50 (2 3 00 per doi
Turkes - X lv .' cts p r pound.
Duels 2 i ( 2 5U per doz.
Ib'CSL 1 50 C 5 0l per doz.
Messrs. Mother. Miwo .t Oulcnlt, at
the Firt National Bunk, of Bed Cloud, ;
will make you the very bosl terms on
real eUte loan l--tf
In order to close out my immense
stock of trunks and vahctw it will be
largely to your iutcrc-t to examine
my stock before purchasing ebewjicre.
Firt clas good at bottom Prices.
J. L. Mti.UX
BID Cl.Otl) NEBRASKA
Cloth and Samples on Hand.
Good Work and Fits guaranteed, and at ihc
Lou est Price.
W'Mp cjros'c netiry i. ijg ; tr
Bcciles'- Ari:a SiItc
The best salve in the world for cut,
bruises, sore, ulcers, alt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns and all skm eruption, and !
itixely cures Pile. It i guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refundwl, Price 23 cents jwjr box.
2sryl. Henry Cook.
A liverv barn 3Gxl 20. in Red Cloud,
Neb, welf and strongly built and in
good location. Terms, in jraymcnl to
suit purchaser. Apply to or address,
L. P. Albright, at State Bsnk. 27 -tf.
Notice is hereby given that I will
examine all per"otk who may ik-ire
tn ntfer themelves as esmdidates fr
larger than ever before. They have n , j1,-icllt.r5 of the common school of Web
laruc tock on hand and feel indepen- r5er countv. at my office in Red Cloud
dent of high water and delays of on the tirst Saturday of each mouth,
freight. Our readers will remember Examination to commence at 9 a. x.
that two years ago, lone delay and bea- ) no; .' for !?pe.ial examination",
vv los w'ns occTioneil bv the high C. W J-rutsorjc
water of the Missouri, rendering it im-; Countv Surrintendent of Public Inst.
possible for planters to .secure trees
from the east in season to plant.
If you want fruit or forest tree call
at the new grocery etore in Putnam's
old stand. He means business.
Now is time if you want to get Ktr
gains in clothing, loota and shoes.
will be sold regardless of ensi; rntiif be
sold; come and see to be convinced.
J. G. Potter.
Proposal For Bids.
Sealed Litis will be received by the
Suite Bank of Bed Cloud until Mar. 14.
1SS3. at 4 o'clock p. x.. for the erection
of a two tury brick building 5U100
feet, according to plans anil .specifica
tions which can be feen at the State
Bank of Bed Cloud. Bed Cloud Neb.
Lilight Is reserved to-rcject any and all
biu. leYi .mooue, rreaiucnu
Ssv sit s7si itr iij-
"I shall not feel so nervous 3gam
shout babv's teething." writes a grate
fill mother. "We alaaot lost our
darling from cholera infantum, bo
hiypily bmrct ot Ranter s umger ionic
in time. A few rnoonfuls soon care!
The qualitv of Minesota flour am lc
nbtaincil in the Red Cloud patent for
little more than half the price of the
former. This is a foci o well estab
lished that many arc purcha-ing the
patent saving the freight for a bng
distance, and ladies iuiile over nice,
light, white bread.
7 Per Cent. Money to Loan !
Monev to prove up with on final re
ceipt, of on deeded land at 7 jer ccnt
aud 1-62 per cent, commission, or at
straight V per cent, no comuisioa.
Jyo. R, Wnxoox
OrScenMt door in Chief office 30ft
What makw Florerfon Cologne wel
come on every hviy' vnirt table ts it
Io-tiag fragrance aud rich, UJwery
II i KC
k.l. -A mn iW-cinnal rf(M IcMX H I ire TOO COOd hCSith St
,n sod hs-ilthj Brooklyn Motbr. grtfttbtr oluasn.
You will prevent and en re the treat
er pxrt of the ilU thataf&ct mnkiwl
in this or any xtwi. if yoa keep
vour stomach", liver and kidneys m
wnittt working order. There n o
medicine known that cVxa ih jsre
It as Parker's Ginger Tooic It snll
keep your blood rich and prs, aa
Jones & Magee Lumber
LUMBER, LATH, S111NGLF3, HAM I, IXXIiii. BLINI2 iC
RED CLOUD, - - NEBRASKA
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HOI Ay AT TIIK LOWEHT PRIC K.
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Singer Sewing Machi
J. S. 1VOI.X,
Red Cloud. - - . ISTobroak
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Two Doors South of Bank,
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