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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1883)
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J. S. Ruthrock,
Wkolt'-le itid iUuit Dealer la
LIBS. HIES I mi
AUo, .Sample Koom for the accom
modation of tlie public.
UKD CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Mrs. L. L. Kellogg,
Milliasry ani Fancy Boois,
liED CLOl'D, NE.
A fine Stock of Hoods In my liny
constantly lent on hand, which 'the la
1 i -4 of Ited Cloud and ieiuity are cor
dially invited to c:ill nnd examine.
GMi-s Hale's old island, opposite
CALL AN3 WMt CCOrS Al'D ffiiCB.
T. P. MOODY,
Practical Watchmaker and
All kinds of Repairing
Neatly .and Cheaply don with dip
patch. Also dealer in Watch as. Gold
and Silver Fpcclaclei and Eve-glasse.
musical Instruments and Silverware,
jiK at Ilottom Price. Highest Cash
price paid for old fJold and Silver.
Ciive me a call before buying else
where Sign of t lie Big Watch, 3faln
St. Kki Ci.on, Nk.
: GUIDE H0CK:r NEIMI.VSKA,
at the Store of
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA,
Berlin Zephyrs, Midnight Zephyrs,
S.ixony wool, Shetland wool, Shet
land Floss, German town. Wool
And' Woolen lCniting Yarn
Hoods. Mittens, Children's
Coats fce., ic
JL full line of
Also n largo and splendid assortiuunt
of TOYS and CHRISTMAS Gifts.
CarfiebJ Pott No. SO. C. A. .
! -fT7 olkr-T Moci M'CiU. Hffjlir
ntck.!oc ua y.c-lz.j Ti-.iir ,c tr bfjfi ib
lull aica, it. a. iic-'jrt.
6. WuT. AJU Cwb.
Arrival trd leyirtars ef Kaflx at
TrtB ted Cld Veil 0ce.
rrrirn ttZ, p. ta.
Irfaita - V,.m.
rrlvei - fc2T, m. at.
d'tartl - H9 p. in,
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dcpaitl - jli . m.
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depirU - 6 . a.
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AW mll will L. eIoJ kt tb boon sLore.
tld. OfBca lioan from 7 . m. U 9 p n
Mnnry UrJrr ciJic. Loan from 7 . to. to 7 p. n,
OCc Lourt on Hattdiy from f-sO to 7:30 p. m.
M. B. McNitt. K M
rvitb Crotro Eo
G. S. Albright hat just rccleved a
nevr Rtock of goods, con:tinp of rwg,
Lracdet, pmn &xal many cUtor nice
thing for th 4th of July.
Come to H'A Cloud to cclebmlc th
Stli, ud djn: iK'lcct to viit Mr.
iow;er'a uj;!Uury t-Ubluhinciil, to
liew her iirgc tock of summer
You will enjoy the celebration on
the fourth much letter after riI:iug
the millinery establishment of J. A.
Fowler, lal door north of first nation
FR7DAY, jrXE29, 1833
July 4th next week.
Xew ooda arrived at Baum'n.
XoMa calling caide at thin office.
( Jilt-edge butler, on ice, at Roby'a.
Come to Red Cloud and enjoy the
Oil iitoves for pule at Morhart it Ful
for eale at the Ciiikf
Ciiikf and Kendall's 'ho&a" book
only i 1.50.
The tire cracker nuisance is abroad
in the land.
Fine ftandaid prints, nice ftyles at
Call at the CiniT office for all kind
of job jirinting.
The celebration will be held in the
court liomre grove.
Who ever kenrd of the death of a
lightning rod man.
Sec the Reliance Twine Bindti At
Span ogle tfc Funk's.
Yankee Robinon's ahow h blledyr.V
e -n i -.i i r i r"Ut
uir ivuu viuihi jujy ju.
iry one oi me "iiesi mauc cigars,
for tale at Ciiiiiming's.
We notice that the Red Cloud Hour
iit on sale in Ifiustlngs.
Ilic rain lrtt ifciturday night re
pleniihed our frog pond.
Rluc Hill proposes to celebrate the
coming 4th in grand" ntyle.
A largo brick hotel is talked
Red Cloud. Whoop 'er up.
farmers have commenced to buv
their harvesting implements.
SiiKirr Mrs rci A new and hirce lot
just received at Moody's jewelry store.
The corn will come out all right,
the hail to the contrary notuithstand-
. , V onlv
ks Filvsriziiij Harrow,
7T sat5-v?ff WePVm -IK
M-'.' - --
JCLCD CS uBHEE ilT2 LZ7SLSS.
. Weighs much lcs than other puj
turiiug tiurrows, buns nuout una iitira
less, and withal docs the niosjt, trhf
ough work of any. 3&-.
IJhe Best Thing
For Sale y
City Dug Store.
JM A IL1LK HI
A full supply of
tAMra; LAMP SHADES; WICKS.
CO-S CKKSH I AC.
Patreittcc oi::ta ;i thnVfulJy rewivH
I alw fcar rajrand compltetk of aAeol
ooks. eutioBrir asd boiegmb Alutrnft.
AED CLOUD. K'bb.
A tTe strenijthfng medicino nnd
health renewer is Brown's Iron Hit
ters'. Visit thc-IcanTng millinery store be
fore the 4th, one door nortlv of 2iL
If yon ars eick nnd troubled with
dyspepsia, Brown's lion Bitters will
Go to Mrs. Fowler.s and get your
new hat, and other finery for tho 4th
of July wear.
Emulate thVcxnmploof the editor
of this paper, nnd mow the weeds
about your premises.
A Sister of Mrs. R. R. Shercr, from
Pawnee City, is visiting with tho fam
lily for a few thiys-.
Farmers, don't fail' to examine goods
and prices of Harvesting Machinery at
Spanoglo tt Funk's.
C. L. Mather, tne founder of this
paper, in 1S7.3, is sticking type on
the Aclhison Li lobe.
Congressman Laird lias bought the
Baldwin cattle ranch on Boh Tai
creek, near Culbcrtson.
We believe the commisoners have
dene nBout the fair thing equalizing
tho assortment this year
Don't loose sight of the fact that we
aro always willing to recicve wood on
subscription at this office.
hrind storm last Friday blew
ame of the new German
tf'iurch in Blue Hill.
Work on Jonw &. Goble'a new bricV
building was delayed fomewhat, last
week on account of the rock for tin
all failing to arrix
Nobby prej.cn Ls for your be', girl,
iit G. S. Albright's Jewelry etoie, Call
in and exnmiue his net good and
make jour purchase while his rlin-k
R.N. Lewis, one of the successful
farmers in the viciuity of Clovcrton,
has recently inested about 1200 in
sheep. He has about 800 head, inclu
ding the lambs.
We learn that Anderson Borin, bro
ther to Mrs. C. W. Springer, and an old
time employee of this ollicc, acciden
tally shot himself at JIasting3 kisl
Monday, fatally. j
Mr. Gardner has opened a first
clac's ice cream parlor 1st door south of
MrFarhiud' where he ih always ready
to supply the public with the best of
every thing ii bis line.
Any one having a copy of the pre
mium list of the Webster County fair
for the year 1878 will confer a f.ivor
upon the society by leaving it at this
olfice or the post office,
Jiwt received,, three ear load 4 of Har
vesting Machinery Twine Binders,
Reapers; and Mowers, which wu ulfer
o me larmers at prices and terms to
L'lttfiiii!rH. SininnIo .t KnuL-
3fy stock of notions, such as neck
ties, men's socks, stockings, ribbons,
kc, ike. is complete. Good assort
ment of every thing at Baum's store,
one door south of Miller's harness
We would like a few nickels to
spend on the fourth. In this respect
arc not unlike tho balance of the
uman family. This item is Intended
to be read bv thoso who are in
debted to us.
Tho M. E. festival hist Fridry ovc
ihhj. was not a success, fiiiRiHlly,
they were disappointed in the non-arrival
of strawberries. Fifteen dollars,
however, was realized from the sale of
ice cream and lemonade.
Que tkstig Is noticable abont the
class of immigrants that are coming
to Nebraska this year; they aro men
of considerable means as a rule, nnd
are just the class that the aratc needs
to develop her vast resources.
One of the attractions on thcfouith
will consist of an ellbrt on the part of
the editor of the Argus to lift himself
from tho ground to the roof of the
court house by flopping his ears. We
have a V that savs he can do it.
The ladies aid society of the M. E.
Church will meet this week at the res
idence of" Mr6..Anna Jlitchcll, on Fri
day afternoon. The ladies are all
respectfully invited to attend.
9nm Carflf4 Prteinct.
Good corn weather.
Crot ill loot vrelb
K. Houchiu i jettiug dl from the
Warren Kr.t his t.t to Mica.-sia,
be on the nick I'ui.
Heavy rain lai; Saturday nsht wkh
wind and some hail, but done no dam
age. S. D. Andrctr U improving in hoilth.
Dr. Tullcy j- doctor inj; him with en
J. H. WHbum has moved to Texa
W. J. Hazri? bought hi trm, Mr.
Robt-Kj is cultivating it thia year.
ould like to hear from corrcpoa-
ts in the thtkrent tarts of the
county. Brother farmers plcac write
to the Cuiw pid tend us the none.
One of our' neighbor fotiinl a trj
prd cat on the pralrfe It Saturday
and engaged it In battle. Tlie cat, by a
judicious ue of the peculiar meant uf
d'fM wiili Trhich nature has provi
ded it, oon blit.fleil its antagoni-t, who
was glad to cc-ue the uuetpial content.
He w.ts compelled to apply a liberal
duse of cold water and cream before
he could ;ec to get home.
acrwmcr.t to Katwa Mf. Co. I &
on JOj tJL TraaxiVrrd Uwa U-JI Cc
rcr i C- tcmeti u M titer & Itl
stock dsvi Stj u3. Traafrrtd from
IL 1!. S55ivf ia4aat lo Vzk CI
pc.'t fcCo. jifit 43 yO.
AdJcto J. L, MiJlir' ajeiri: ot
PmAtiAlty i CO. Added i Miorr
Brw. Fa: CitUe 10! OX AdJol tu W I
A VERY LARGE STOCK OF
AT LOW PRICES.
New Goods received evei-v week at the leading Mil
N Ulcfcar&o-a asjKaraca: on fat cattle ljj201y St01e.
immi m4rt7 awl mi MMHmni xsi, ioor iNorcn 01 JNat. isanic. ithlu UJiUUiJ. ix&z
atd ordered oh ht by itd, Inion
Iruurance Company of Cslifoni J. K.
WHw art15t7a nwwnii Inur-
anccComiwRy ot RruukHa J R. Uil
coxagt. 4 17-25. McCv.mick Harvo
WORHART 3b FULTON,
Ed. Ciiiek. The hail storm of tho
ith came upon u-t, and our "luxuri
ant vcgitation" is a thing of the past.
It wa-s the worst storm ever known by
the oldest inhabitant. It broke all
the glut it could find out of. tfoorn.
caused horses to run an ay, and smash
cultivators, it tore up fence, killed
fowls, anil pig, unroofed houses, tore
the leaves and bark off the trees,
pounded all the pcjp!c it found out of
doors, and cut their face, nnd : did
all manner of mischief. One gentle
man said he scooped out of his hotitc
and porch a wagon load of hail stones.
Mr. Chamberlain at the cheese factory
collected a barrel of h and innde ice
cream in the evening, and Invited
some of the sufferers to help eat it.
We made merry over it, whilo re
ctunting our experiences of thtr storm.
of corn was to be seen
yiH tlVM tWWi-W Vlfttft tKi 1V.UUt IIU
corn. It is said that aiaall grain is en
tirely destroyed. Gardens are also a
perfect wreck. The people take it
cheerfully, very few long faces are
seen. All seem to frnd something
amusing abuut it. It is not quite so
pleasant as it might be, to bo obliged
to keep the windows boarded up a
week because there was not enough
glass in Red Cloud to supply the de
mand. Our Assessor, Eugene Hunter does
not care for the storm, he steps high
about this time.. It is a girl, he al
ways did like girls.
Mrs. Alex. Bently invited the taclr
ers and pupils of the Inavale hchool lo
take tea with her last Thursday, and
cntcitaincd them with ice cream and -I
other good things, and then had them
all conveved to tfair hotrMxs iir the
Not a vestiyc
next momVng, hut it ha sprung
a "am now anf will be hotter than
happy, and grateful.
Census of Webster County Neb.
April I, 1883.
Lt V ?yj
A deputy United SUtes Mari.ill
called on.Mosds Wikon last Saturday
and notified him that he was wanted
m Omaha. It appears that he failed to
sjnuc tin tlie ntlairs of the (Jlovorton
posrofliee, of which he used to be
postmaster, satisfactory to- tho government.
"He that hath not, it shall bo taken
away, even the little that lie hath," or
words to that eflccr. This passage of
ancient history is called- to mind when
we hear that the celebration is to- be
held in the court house grove instead
of at the south end" .of twn, as first
Red Cloud preefnef,
lig Machine Company
Oi. agia 175.W.
Tiic blowing change xcre male '
in Untl u.wcat:ient Re.: Cloud I'rcc
Vis. Reduced Win. Ottthwaitc ?e
men: on jiart w rtc J5-2-1I, 2W
Stnckun ofFIut W. N. RrichanlMm io
t acres txrt n v r-i-2-ll 7j ml.
Stricken ulf ht Darid I.atr 2 acrr?
part swj eec 36-2-1! 10 Oi. Adlcd tn
list not ase-ed ff Ludlow j.rt .
of sw roc 3C-2-11 1UJ IM. AJdcil to j
list not a-csed Moore and Ijird tit.dt
i partswj sw bee 35-2-l 1 12 00. Rat.
ed I W TulU-s OMrsJuent twj I
ec 31-2-10 JIouo A ICi.mJ. Ka.Scd
J L Miller ?e -te 23-2-21 50 00
ChaugCA mafic on town lots Red
Cloud Silas and Mary A Garter aes
ment houses on lot-, 11 aud 12 blk 1
A L Mcl'herson Personally 425 Wl
Added io list Moore t Laird undv
souih end blk 4 RichanUon adl 30,oO
Reduced lot G blk5 Re.1 Cloud 75. OtM
loi7blk5 " 175 00
Addcd 67 ft oil wct ono lot 15 blk 5
il a?3Ced, to Ihl 50. 00.
Reduce I the 75 ft otfeal cnl lot
13 14 15 blk 5 Red Cloud 50, U0 Redu
ced lot 16 blk 5 Ited Cloiftl 0, 00
Cliauged house on lot 7 blk five Red
Cloud and added to 1'J MosJrer por
."(rtialty 2j. 00 Kolnced lot 12 blk 6
50. 00. Reduced lot 15 blk 11. Rdu
ced lot 11 blk IS 100 00.
(Continued next week.)
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE
Stoves, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron,
Wood and Iron Pumps, Creamery Can:; and Gliddcn
BARB WIRE, Specialties.
Rod Cloud, - - NVbrn.-ku.
In the District Court of Webster
Dallas !. Newcomer, l'l'tf, )
Solomon 11. Rohrer, DcfC. )
The above named uan-rwlrM
dvfendent, Solomon B Rohrur will
take notice that on the 4th day of
June lhS3 Dallas P. Newcomer tho
plaiutitr herein filed U petition in the I
Di-trict Court of -aid cbfter Count v l
.elia..a, agatnit the j-aitf rfefcndenl
the object and prayer of which is to
recover of and from aid defendant
the Mini of Three ThoiKuid Three
Hundred and Twent Fie Dollar?
wrtl: interest fiom the 4th day of
June l.-.V. on the following can-os of
For damage?) Mi-taiueif r.y plaintttl
by the defeuilant'a excluding and pro
venting him from on uping a terlaiu
eleMitor at Blue Hill Welter County
Neftr.Tska. and the failure of defendant
to comply with h'u contract in rela
tion to said elevator: for money paid,
laid out and expended by platnttjf in
behalf of defendant and at his 'peeial
in-t.-itiee and rcmiCsf,. for mi vice
ami expence.s in Miperiutending and
ereituig aid leator at Uhio Hill
Webster County Nebraska- for mon
ey iMyd au expended on defundanur
farm'at defundant's mxtance and le
piu-t; for work and labor performcsl
by plauitilf for Iefcndaut J def-jn-d
ant's special instance ami refiuest.
You are requireil to ainer saul pe
tition on or before the 30 dav of Ju'v
And you are further notified thst
on the ntlnlay of June ISM your land
counting of lot.- nine iliten (10j
iloven ill i fourlcenUl) fifteen (I5
-ixteen (Io) seventeen (17j in block
three t.3) Utln ne i 1) two fjj three (3l
four f4 j fii 5 .six GJ reven f7j eiuht
'S) filtccn (15) sixteen Jlf.J nnenk'tMi
lii eighteen ji.sj twentv one 121
Have Just Opened a Stock of General Hcrchondi?
Consisting in part of
Dry Goods, Groceries, and Queensware
Ready Made Clothing, Hals, & Caps, Boots & Shoes,
GLASSWARE &c. &c.
The public is cordially invited to call and exainiiar
goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Store One Door South of Marsh's,
red cloud, neu. Carber Bros.
This Space belongs to
A. S. Marsh,
who is too busy to write an ad. Look out next weak
A gotl ho of ,aa am!
I'ncoa low at J. (J Totter
' ftrick! Brick!!
A firl hu fitia1'l of lri-k for mIi
at the new ard. IL 1 Klmjcv. V24(
al-r. M'jher. Iirj fc Oulealt,
Red Cloud, Neb. Jime 25th, 1883.
The billowing are the remaining ac
counts ttui were audited anu allowed
Juno 5th ISS3, and not published in
Kd Tarkca p't jr May term 'S3
twenty-two (22) block -i.x 16) lot.s one , tJe I,rj'1 Ntioiiai Rank, of R.il Cb.nd,
r I tj fnu 5j
81 nine yj
ugJ. L. MILLER,
..'"I'SfcS DEALER Df
"H-R!TESS' COLLARS, SADDLES.
liORSEB LAN KElS,
WHLFS. COMBS, BRUSHES,
every thing usually kept in a first
Two doors north of 1st Nat. Bauk
RED CLOUD, NEBf
Trunks A Valines,
oavy-rams and consentient Inch
wnler lias done a great deal of damage
m tlie eastern part of the state.
Fire works for the 4th of July can
be found at A. Cumming's in large or
small quantities, to suit purchasers.
J. S. Ruthrock will' soon comnienc
Hie erection of a brick building on th
sight of his present business locatio
Tlie Omaha Bee has widened its col
umns and put on new dress-and is
one of the best and. newsiest papers in
An effort, is being made to revive
the old Agricultural Society organiza
tion in this county, and wo'liopo it will
Bring your girl to Red Cloud on the
4lh, and don't forget to take her to
Cook's Drug Store for a glass of nice
Mr. Boby lias purchased Tt) acres of
;land near town; ou the west, and will
iievote a part of Ins time to the cul
tivation of small fruits.
'' IT Ac town triistees-Iiarr any regard
for tlie appearance of the town it
certainly scoiris ttiaf ti'rey would oatc
our frog pond to He filled' upt
Bed1 Cloud Uasr Uecn overrun with
peddlers this spring.. They are al-
imose as bad a nuisxncA ih.
pondVin the streets-of this feurg-..
Last wee while Xov. Bawley's chil-L
uren- were playing with a hatcBet one
of them acpdcritly struck tEe ether
ou tho head inflicting an ugly gash.
To all who contemplate coning to
Red Cloud .to make a .home we would
say that it isjioC necessary to bring
your fdogv, tUoy are plenty aad ciwp
htre-." , . .
A man by the namo of J.. Christ
lives at Sidney, Nebraska. We are
not informed atohow far back he
tr.ces his ancestry, but presume that
he daims a distant relationship with
hisnameiaks- who was executd- ir?
vicinity of Jerusalem several ccn-
Wm. Morlan 4c Son, proprietors of
tne Bloomington ncrseriea- arc prepar
ed to furnish every thing in' the
nursery line, suited to this climate.
They will vitit Red Cloud and will
take orders fop fall delivery, and all
who aro in"heed"of froit forest or or
nimcntal trees should! reserve ft eir or
der for them.
Last Tuesday evening Mr. McQuil
kin's team became frightened at the
firing of fire crackera on tho street and
"bpoke loose and ran away. If there is
an ordinance against the futUltraWe
fire cracker nuisance it should bo en
forced to the letter. If there is not
the town trustees should fiive the mat
ter attention at- once.
; There will be a meeting of tho Webl
ster Co. Agricultural Society at tlie
court hoiwe Saturday July 7that p p.
ra. AU'life mcniberrarercn nested to
attend as there is important busiucss-
to be transacted.
- H. Jones, Secjv
Ahc greatest medical wonder of tlie
world. Warranted to speedily cure
:Btm;Bmse. Cusr Ulcers, Saltrfeeuni
KcTei weerCance,ile8, ChUblains,
Coras, Teeter, GhappedHan4s,asYall
skin cruptioBs, guaranteed- to care in
every instance or saoaey rtftiadsd,
25 cants per box. For sale k-y -W-
T F Hart
J'S'lt;tthroc 4 00
Chas Gurney 4' 25
John Aultz 4 00
Angus Mcintosh 4 50
MlcHacl Saltzmaim- t 4 60
T W Hatfiel' 4 20
Jas Campbell 5 40
John Fosey 4 50
J F Smith 4 50
C H Teachworth 4 00
Fred Hummer 2 20
Red Cloud, NeB. June 30th,lSS3.
Hugh Stevenson, J. E. Smith and J.
L. Miller, board of equalization, J. F,
Board met pursuant to adjournra'L
Board mwed the assessment ou sheep
as follows, tuk on assessment of per
sonal, Philip Bock, Jr. Potsdam prcc't
changed number from 275 to 238" and
value from $90 to $130.
E. B. Warner, Potsdam pre changed
number 47Y to 246- and value from
$175 to $207.
F SHall, Pleasant Hill, raised
H J Sheldon do
J A Bailev Guide Bock
HA Bailey do
F W Bailey do
ll Wichman do
Changed assessment of personality
In Red Cloud- precinct as follows. As
sessment of First Natr-Bank to stock
holders, as per shares of said Bank, as
required' by law.
State Bank, to stockholders, as above.
Eedc'uas'm't L. Beam; mdse, $309 00
14 " Mbrhart&Fnlton, 240 00
- KK Shearer, mdse; 43 00
" MetxBros, " 100 00
Ball Cover 4b Co 15 60
-Traasfercd firoavBall Cover & Co
11 tui Uj three (3 fMir
six l0)cen . eight
twelve 1121 tlnrteeii 1 1
in CC f i 1 ;. i i - t
Iitj inn-en i jij in ojovk sereii t
ot neven (7j and eight (i; loH ono (I)
f.wi2' three (J) ir (4) live (5) w.v
(G) block nine i'J) lot one (I) t-vo (2)
throe 13) four (4) five (5i ix (fit nine
(U) eleven (Mj tweUe iVJ) in block
five. The west half ( of lot six (6)
lot nine if) ten (10) eleven' 1 1 1 twelve
(12) block one (Ij lot nine (Ji ten (10
eleven IIj in block four t4l All of
the above described lou or parcels of
bind being Mtuale in Rohrer- addi
rou to tho town of Uhre Hill, Welter
county Nebraska. Also lot eleven
111 twelve 121 thirteen fl3j fourteen
141 finecn j 15J sixteen 16j seventeen
V7I eishtcen flSl nineteen h'Jl twnn-
- -.- . v - ----
ty 201 n block nine fy and lot fif
teen J15J in block fourteen 14 in the
original town of Blue Hill, WeUter
county ebuk.lt wa-i attached and
levied upon under and by virtue nfnn
order of aiLnchinentiucd out of the
District Court of said Webster County
Nebraska in the above entitled cau.e,
and that you are required- to appear
on or before the 30th day of July, 1SS3,
to show caue. if anv voif have, win-
aid lanfls should not be ordered fold
to fatisfy thcr claim of the plaintiff
Dvllas P. NrwcoMTn,
a ill make you tlie very
real caLitc loans.
lrtsst terr otr
-.,.- - -
A. B. LINK.
Make a R line to J. (. Potter j and
see his tock and iriu i bouts and
ix)jfrjj7 IJccb anil &ac JitaJ&lf.
Red Cluud. - - TNebraaim.
ByCascfe McNcny and Dilwoifh
Smith, his A:Vy. jn22jyl.1
ised $43 00
do 43 Ou
dtr 23 00
do 57 00
do 4 00
4 Thoroughbred Bulls.
The Rrd Cloud Mill- Iat-nt ilo-iri
the l-st thing out rtv flio liiin of brotul
istutr-t. Kven ihe eelcbtatrl "vHiuta
brand: cannot rxcoll it and thou thtcs
ii no freight bill to l- addl on m ibn
-et pnee for the consumer to jy.
Notico is hereby pven tfent I v.KJ
examine all puwous who nisy ditiro
to offer thenueitesa eaixltdit f-r
teaehei of the eomn?on M-lifd f Web
ster romitv, at mv office tn Hrl (htl !
on the third .Saturday of&vh ;ntb
Examination! to roramenor at 'J a.
LVnot ak for ic-;rtl eTtatni nation--.
County Superintendent of Pr4io InsL.
"5bw is time if von want to r?t br-
giiiim in elothin3. booti anl hv4,l
will be iold regardlc; of cot, mut be
sold; come and : to be ronTttiL
J O. VoiUT.
Cloth and Samples on Hand.
Good Work, and Vhs guaranteed, and at ifcv
Fbop t-jw. Heftrt v-. Dj: -w
TOM O-SUA-NTER. 5 run ot J. ri-pWf2Ta.
4714 Inavale, Neb.
AH who wwh to mnre tbeir prop
erty againu tho raragr of fTmadr
idiould ca 11 on Ftrohm i McKtbr. s
they are nrenared to civc the xrtr
best terms obum able- 41tf
Wb7 tier C2 iter "Ci stir."
t uYe, thafff Kiify .o, -aid Jenkin,
my hair i turntng gray and falhsg
mit before its urn e. Ce somciilng7
f would, but not hair rcttortrf are
dangerous. -True, anstreml hi
friend," but Parker's Hair Bx!om is
as harmJe-r; as it is effectire I've trie!
it, you knov. Give the Bfdonra jboa
and the bor will 500n sPorrcallin? roa
N'rtt.l - i i. ? . -.-r .-
viu ijui ciijwiiu. ii ncrcr -aim w
restore the original crAer vy gray or
faded hair. Richly pcrfoiiiid, an-ele-gantdrasing.
C aC "?S '51 TIt
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RED CLOUD. - - NEBRASKA
DSVu Jinnn . PVfjtMTWnir.inyr wttiv ntfin'Aju
NOI. AT Till-: LOHKST IMUC'K.
JLED CLOUD, NER
Also eenducts a first class ResUu
rautv where warm meals can be had at
Alwavs keeps oa hand everything
in his line that can be had.
I amoasds always oo hs4.
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