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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1886)
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Chinamen ntiil Chinamen.
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hr Overland Muuthhf. llSnl tlirns nr.
f'liinnnifii siiul riuimimn. A.- we!!
jinl.'.' lint Maim f:int-r M Iy tii Ntv
York cii :tr:l n- ilir ivrJMm.il. Imnuxl.
itlv vmnjr i-Um fnsisi sin K; fcirm
tip lhV riv r from ('aiHMi. by tin- lluii
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M.H)jlr an- 'ju J " tlitmi isr iniii.-itioii
in M!!ftJnjr :i Hrm- .irlviiinn. mid
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Im". 7iiinlr.il. iiili:ll:j:-iit. :nnl lni:
wiirtliv. or n listit!-!i!'iir '! opium
.oiiiciki'r. It i jx'l'fr. 1 1 v iM-tllr lo
srli-i'i witli Mum? riTi:iIiilv: hut llic only
wnv I know t il it is u 1m :ii')iiaiutMl
with mhic m'IihIiIcj, trustworthy Cliina
inaii. and c.vpiain to him what yttti
want, ami if it is his opinion that nil
will In; n fair anl ajrii-i-ahlr cmploviT.
whom In; i-au frl julili-il in itcoiu
mumlin? ti hi frit-mis. yon will, as
MHjti ns In-can liml tin- riht man, Ih
Vi-n Kitifcfactorily MippliiI. Hut if yon
havo a hail reputation as an i-mnlnyrr
if you an; uureaMinahlt: or Itaii payor
unpleasant in your wavs anil iiK-onsitlor-atr
of n MirvatitV fi.M-fins, you will he
polittslv toh I, month after "month, that
no suitable Iniy has yet been fount!.
For these farmers hoys an? snlf-reseet-iii
fellows. '1 hey will not take in.Milt
ing treatment, nor even rouh jikes;
they will not lnrar nntsiimis on their
personal dignity. I have known one of
them to leave ;i place hecausc somo
artiele of food was locked up fnnii him.
on the ground that then; was only
enough to go around the family; yet he
would, probably, if nothing hail been
said to him. have estimated" that some
one must go without, and silently re
frained from taking any himself, as I
have often known them to do, even when
it was a favorite dish. Manv a house
hold has been btiddenlv deprived of its
very satisfactory cwk hecausc someone
had mocked him rudely or put hands
on him roughly. It is worth while to
note this, in view of the jxjpular idea
that a Chinaman will go anywhere anil
cmlun: anvlhinir for monev. On the
contrary, many of this class of China
men will throw up a paying position
ami remain omo time out of work
MHHiiir than receive indignity.
Thev are, in fact I scak formj' cwn
ncijuaintancc. among them; others may
have a dim-rent experience gentlemen.
They show inMinctivi-lv a simple refine
ment anil careful breeiiing. In my own
home wo havo in more than a dor.cn
years had only two cooks, handsome
young fellows from the .same village;
ami in all ihcse years, sjKmt tinder the
ime roof, in the. isolation of a country
house," 1 may ."-ay thai I have had pretty
fair oiioiitiiiiiy to know thesu hos.
Ami I have, found litem both essentially
geiithiuen. 1 have never seen a Euro
pean foreigner of their huiiddc class
who approached them in refinement,
simple dignity, ami unfailing sense of
propriety. I do not know how many
if our own boys could go to a foreign
land ami carry oil' such a ositinn so
well. In a somewhat cnnler way, the
fann hands that I have seen much of
show the same native refinement and
pronricty. though thev are often bashful
"am! awkward. Ami I do not doubt
thai they a IT have been, in fact, care
fully bred in their simple homes by
jiainstaking parents. When tiny lie
come c i tain that you intend no. ridi
'cule. and will listen with entire respect,
t they will tell you a little about their
homes, ami from their fragmentary ac
counts it is easy to get an idea of the
plain, honest, and temperate jH.-asantry
from which thev come; and it is an idea
that must give one a sincere ropect for'
The Red Ci.oud C
Koir or Paper.
A roof pronomied-Miperior to that of
slate Because of its lightness and other
advantages i.s now male of any fibrous
pulp, says the I'.oston Journal of Cqm
maw. l-Voin this matefial tilcol any
shajMi desired arc foi-mtnl bywceastiro
0 under machinery or by any other me
thod which may suggest ilse'f. Pressed
into the ilesign wished for t-.e pulp tiles
an- partially dried, previous id being
subjected to a water-proof solution. 1
Thoroughly impregnated with" the pre-
paratUm to 'rtSjist ibolsdirt .thej are.
bakeil to Ijanjiyv in Jlieniho wntcf-
pnyf mixture. After tho baking the
tii.ss ans trcateil to a mixture imparting
nn enameled surface: to this is added a
coating (f sand, whereby the pulp is
rendered proof against the action of
heat or flame. Hy tlie use of different
-colored sands a variety of tints ma be
'f'Oft J"Irtl tot4ilos, wldch, after the
V Q application of 'th enameling mixture
and sands, arc baked a second time.
after which they arc readv for use. Be-
sides tlie iahcreat lightness of pulp tiles,
which obviates the necessity oi a heavy
franmto support a weighty roof, the
iiulp tik, being tourh and " not brittle
like slate is far less liable to be broke
from blows, stones thrown upon them,
or human footsteps. Again, slate tilcf
o r". r- a eant,ot ',0 kid coniacUv togeUier om a
J&Ijk V ;4 roof on account of their brittleness
which prevents their being drawn tight
ly together by nails. Through the
fibrous pulp nails may be driven as close
homo as in shingles thereby binding
them closely to the lcd and together
without anv possibility of lateral move
ment or licing blown away in a high
wind, as slates loosolv fastened on roofs
o fretnamtly arc Kails jienetratu the
pulp tiles luoru easily than shinglbs,
and liedoser together; being more clas
tic than wood.
Some- Good Atlvlcc.
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It is said that tho wine-cHp has ocea-y-i,
aiiMially circnlatwl among tho legisla
tors, and some have even achieved ccle--britrby
this convivial disposition. iH
hicvtIm has; since aehie.vt:! n-putation
as a lawver the folhiwini; ston cirvu
laeel asaoti his legtslati-o friends, lie
faJtefMfol a ball one evening; wnd in the.
5rjrtis :' cswrse of th leVtivitivs ho became
somewhat too joyous, ciii this, one
of his friesnls aiwnaichcd htm and ad
vised him tb sock his room and bed.
The yomig lawyer said nothinar. ImK
witircrcat solcmnitv took a dollar hill
from hie packet and" thnssC H iata the
hand of hie friend.
"Bt 1 eWtvrant moey,v said th
caUcman. "1 smctcIv s-jcfited that
vtM ro to brd.n
" fakok.takeiCjMi the repjy ia
"thohlaadeKof tones, 'lvu chsiqps4t2
for xnod deal, poorer a4vice thaa
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XL TBIP TO COLFAX SPUEM.
Colfax Spring, on the Chicago, Back
JmA aad Paci6c Railroad, is a popalar
health retort to- which many Wetter
pepple go to trf the water, which are
noted for their healiaf properties. They
are churned to lie beneficial for rheoaw
tian and kiadretl trouble. Mr. Charlea
P. Gnfin. a butcher of Stuart, la., re
eeatlj made a trial of them and, while
ther appear to hare done him aotoe good,
he afterwards discovered a cure which
proved infinitely njpre efficacious He
givea thia account :
" My attack wsu a very severe one, and
for three months I wu compelled to close
mj store, as I was not able to attend to
heeiases at all. My joint were swollea
aad there did not seem to be any part of
my body that did not ache. After suffer
Sag in this way until the pain was almost
beyond endurance I went to Colfax
Springs to try the effects of the waters.
The day 1 left home I had to be carried
down stairs. After remaining at the
Spriags a month I came back home feel-
lag somewhat better. A lew weeas later,
however, I hail a relapse which prostrated
see the same as before. It was at that time
that I learned of Atblophoros. I sent for
a bottle of it, and in fifteen minutes after
I had taken the first dose I felt the effect
of it. and when I had finished my third
bottle I was well. I hare not had any
rheumatism since and have attended to my
business trtrj day, which is a thorough
test, as I am obliged to lie out all kind of
weather and at all seasons of the year. If
I had known of Athlophoros in the first
place it would hare saved me hundreds of
dollars and the detriment to my business
in closing raj store. I take great pleasure
in recommending it to others."
Dr. h. D. Ilounds, a dentist, for six
teen years a resident of Oikaloosa, but for
the past three years of Albia, la., relates
an equally pleasant experience with Atn
" Rheumatism," he says, " has been my
most serious trouble until about ay ear ago,
when I used a bottle of Athlophoros.
Since that tune I have not had a twinge of
it. Previously I had been subject to sciatic
rheusaatism for several years, many times
ee badly that I could scarcely drag myself
aroand. When I comsaenced with Athlo
phores my legs were so stiff that I could
scarcely get up the steps to my office. But
I am sot troubled that way now, and the
joists of my legs are as free as they ever
were. I had tried so many remedies be
fore that I had no faith in Athlophoros
when I began with it, but I changed my
mind after I had taken a few doses and
found relief. AU I used was one bottle.
It is the grandest medicine ever heard of
for rheumatism. My wife has also used
Athlophoros with success equal to mine.'
During the Tears I have been in busi
ness," says O. :. Givins, a druggist at
Stuart, Mr. Griffin's home, " I have told
snaoy different kinds of proprietary medi
cines but none that has given such uai
venal satisfaction as Athlophoros has for
rheumatism. I always feel when I hand
et a bottle of that medicine to a costo
aaer that I am giving him the foil value
of his mooay. Since I have seen its won
derful effect among my customers I gladly
recommend it in every instance for rhss
If you cannot cet ATiuntoRoa of your drug
gist w will wnd it express paid, on receipt of
rsaular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy it from your druggist, but if be
hasn't it, do not be pentuaded to MrsseMtalag
1m, but order at o-irc from u. as aJraffeo.
4AionioRos Co., i!2 Wall street. New Terk.
OR AW CBS AND FLORIDA.
B it In cjf si Blossoms
Under ths New Time.
Even the balmy air and orange
proves ol Florida fail to keep its peo
ple full of happiness and comfort. Art
roust help nature everywhere, in the
tropics aa among the pines of the north
"And chiet among the bjeeeings which
arc adopted to all zones" writes Dr. J.
G. Wallace, ot Fort Dale, Florida, " i s
Parker's Tonic. It seems to have the
world for n field, and most of the cur
rent diseases yield to its action. I
have used it in the cise of a delicate
and dispeptic young lady, with the
most gratifying results. It seemed to
accomplish with ease what what the
usual prescriptions am treatment for
that miserable malady failed wholly to
to bring about, t am so ghul to state
that the Tonic has greatly relieved
me personally of a troublcrome atonic
condition ot the stomach of long stand
ing. It is the ideal purifier and invi:
orant." Messrs Hiscox A Co call es
pecial attention to the fact that after
April 16th, 1883, the name and style of
this preparation will hereahter be sim
ply Parker's Tonic. The word, ginger
is dropped lor the reason that unprtn
princtphM) dealers ate constantly de
cicving their patrons by substituting
inferior preparations uuder the name
of ginger, and as ginger is an unim
portant flavoring ingredient in our To
nic, we are sure that Jour friends will
agree with u? as to the propriety of the
change. There will be no change how
ever in the preparation itself; and all
bottles remaining in the hands ot deal
ers, wrapped under the uamc Parker's
Ginger Tonic contain the genuine med
icine if the signature of Hiscox & Co.
s at the hot torn ot the outside wrapper.
As 'When She Wti Young.
"I have used Parker's Hair Belsatn
and like it better than any similar
preparation I know ot" writes Jrs.
Ellen Perry, wife of Rev. P. Perry, of
Coldbronk Springs, Mace. "My hair
was almost entirely gray, but a dollar
bottle of ihebulsam has restored the
softueas and the brown color it had
when I was younc, not a single gray
hair left. Since I becso applying the
Balsam my hair has stopped falling
out, and 1 find that it is s perfectly
harmless and agreeable dressing.
"I have have tried Athlophoros in
family, and.il has worked like a charm
1 have kept it for the last -o snonthe"
writes druggist Ii J. Kissball, of ; Kor
way, Midi., gmug b'is. opirilou of the
Ireat rhesmitiiai aad-rera)gia care.
The SjBotteBBMtrt Not ore.
Tlie rieh at Ferguson Jt Go's drug
store still continues on.aocount of per
sons afetkted "vkh cogs, colds,
to wroenre a fcoU Keenns
for the throat and hnp wwiefcfcs
6 a cnarantee ssmIt w rir
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Capt. A. W Abbot, id f)i .V.ii.j.
Itw.. who served in Co. A 1'J'U !id.
Vol. Infantry, ilurin- the war ha Im-ii
atllicted with severe ;tt;ick of rlienma- i
tim more or It-.- ever incr, in a re
cent interview he. taUd Hint n in-at-
nieiit be had evr found equal Chain
berltnV l'.un iiiiui. The pcn-irtni!
and pwin rclieviuj; power of tbi nit-d-irine
nhu-t ti in llu- hi-.'liest li.-t if
curative aj-ent- known to the scn-ntif-ic
worhl.aUiut all lh adverti-in thi
inetlicim- hi.- had ha. been ilone by
person;- who lme ii-ttl it ami rcccitiii
n:endcl it to their friend- Try it when
you are in need of a nmlieitie fir hunt
back or rhiMiinati!!!. Sohl by dru-
It ItnilicrtMl Him.
Bill Nve -ays t.f hi i-.N-ri-nc at th
Fifth Avenue Ilob-l: "I it'iwnt miiui-wiiii
ve.-tt rtlav at tin- tabic that bothered. It
was a new kind of a .silver dmjrits. with
two handles' to it. for :cttin; a lump of
Mijrar iifto oiir tea. 1 saw riit :vway
that it wa-for that, but when I ttnik the
two handle in my hatitl like a nut
cracker ami tried'to scoop up a lump of
suyarwith it I felt embarrassed. S-veral
M!niilu who were total stranens to me
"After dinner the waiter brought me
a little pink 'htss bowl of lemonade
and a clean wipe to dry my mouth with.
I reckon after 1 drank "the lemonade. 1
do not pine much for lemonade, any
how, but this was .specially poor. It
was ju.st plain water, with a lemon rind
ami no .sugar into it.
-One. rural rooster from rittsburs
.showed his contempt for the blamed
stuff hv washing hi.s hands in it 1 may
be rough and uncouth in my style, but I
hope 1 will never lower myself like that
', HE WESTERN
BOSER AHD CATTLE
THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
LIVE STOCK INSUR
IN THE STATE.
Insures horses at the age of from S
to II years; mules from 2 to 17 years,
Stallions and Jacks from 3 to 8 years;
and cattle from 2 to 1 1 against- loss
caused by Disease. Injury Accident, Fire,
Liihtninij or Theft, for not less than one
or more than two years excepting
steers which are being fatted for the
market, which can be insured for six
Special attention is called to our Fire
and Lightning Insurance, which is
good anywhete in the state of Nebras
ka, whereas the liability of loss by
Fire and Lightning ol Fire Insurance
companies is limited to the premises
of the assured, and perhaps a small
radius beyond. The advantages and
benefits which this company olfers to
farmers and owners of stock generally
arc so plain and apparent that it is
hardly necessary to call attention to
Seasons ly lo lasare.
Because it is the only Live Stock In
suraace company authorized by the
laws of this state to do business in this
Because it is a Home Company, or
ganized with home capital; tlie money
oaid to the company is kept in the
state, and is paid out for losses to the
citizens ot the state; it all remains in
Because it is a reliable institution,
whose stockholders, directors and offi
cers, are among the wealthiest and
most orominent business men in the
Because its manner of adjusting and
paying losses are always in Itarmony
with the principals of strict justice
Because you cannot afford to b
without insurance on your live steck
any more than on your house and barn.
lf you are well off you can loose
nothing by insorinf if you are poor
and cannot affoid to loose any of your
stock, it would be criminal negligence
not to insure.
.Because should yon wish to borrow
money and offer as security yonr acock
the security will be more a -i. pits, and
yon can obtain money more readily,
mad at a lower interest, if that Mock is
covered by a policy of insurance in
thie compel y
r Becnase we insure stock agaiai
fry accident, iluvtue or thai.
Because we insure stock againH
Because no ether insurance c
nay can rive yon the tame kisnl. e
Becanse amml nn capital et HMMl
fsweV resdsss It safe 4, soinl
any esnergency tnnt may snee.
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en an4 tteck oners h aUmtii hy the
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His s tock is very arge and prices
Also job lot of
Great Reduction in Prices
At Mrs. Newhouse's
WE SELL CHEAPER
A lot of white goods, hamburgs, hosiery, etc.
sold cheaper than ever or elsewhere.
Please give us a call before buying.
iOi &OOSWYArDOT tir., LAKSAS CITY, MO.
laravBlcniiu, numuiii i . .V.TT""-
Chrootc. Nenoo and HicUI DiaMM.
BMloal WiMikM lWht LtiHI.S
cat D'ill'l7 IIaj, f 8inal FswvrLSc.
Oaarantt Curr or irvnry irfUadaS. CbaMr
low. AibihI rpcfiiit art ImporUnuNo
Tioua mrrtxiKC "!- Vv tlaaa laatftoai
IViUtiU Am a !itnf trratrrt MtnaM. mmu-
rawaiHl end for trrmi. O.Mallatton fr-ana filrtiV,
A BOOaV lf BOIM aura, man u. m w iu . - - i
A POSITIVE CtTRK fcr RHEUMATISM. tSOO frf any
narU.it Wnrt,l rail. ..rrorhp. ,,t '""JJ
!. frTrrar.4 ptl.i mj..lnf j irr -Ht.pMH In Sla I dtjj.
d!r-mrnt olr.. .Hh .hi. for C.rculart. Wktrai
Dr.Hendvrson. 606Wyandott St. KsiM City.M
IltAO. MAKTIN THIS fiTII DAY op AI'KIL
1 t;, fllett tiU petition in t!i county omit of
Webster county. Neb., showing amonc otlirr
tiling that Kliza Crouch, lat of Webtr coun
ty, Nebraska, Uiwl on or about the day of
1K;. and asking that letters ot admin
istration be Kranted to Ed. Cilfonl. Frltay. the
aotti day of April. 1K. I wt apart for the heir
lug of said wtitlon. All persons Interested wll 1
take notice ot the time and place and be proton
to oppose the tame It they so desire.
Witness my hand and seal at tlie court room
f l.il in Red Cloud this cth day of April. I&ri.
W. A. MoKeioiia.v, County JuiIkv.
J L. MILLER.
HARNKSS COLLARS, SADDLED
wHIPS. COM R3. BRUSHES
and cvorything iirftially kept in i fir
Awo doers north of 1st Nat. Bank-
RED CLOUD. NEB.
I Will Insure Your Hogs !
DR. JO S. HAAS'
Hog & Poultry Remedy.
None genuine without thia trade aurk.
18 THE ONLY PRACTICAL PRE
VENTATIVE OP THE SO
It baa never bees surpassed as an Inereasor of
pork, aad general system tonic Atdtnc diges
tion, iftlmuaibax tin; billlary organ, areventtac
torpor aad engorgement ot the liver, aad reru
hurnztbeboweis. It meres and nreveata Uh far-
nwtfton ot dtaeaae sarwa, aad BctatrTta to the
weO bred hag iU nataral eoaMHatlan. Where
quantities, aad eMier directlea UlfhfuUy ob
served, it has proved to bn a thorough nreven-
k aa bccb lea w stiea aaiRasis in uie nrtscriDea
tattve against swine dfsaases.
AS AN EVIDENOEsOF FAITH.
ia my'reaaedy I make the fnawirg e4Ter;
I wis laaare herds at swtoe of net lew thaa
oae handled ia anmder against disease, at a
small fee per head pravided they are fed my
rumidy andtr my dkecltaa, and yreve apaw ex
ammafiwi prior in ceatract that they are la a
healthy raadltma. aad are neither In-bred,
ctaae bred the pmgtajlhC mich.
1. 1 wel icwteM Siaxai tm aar breeder whose
afcr f ejtamhae far iauaraacu 1 deaUae provid
ed he forwards wmitenee to cover my fexneaaes
t9 aad tram tomtioa af hags, er I fall to nreve to
theaattstaetleB any dUlaftiuited narty that
failure to respond to krvMatien is ramwd ky
prior eagagemtwt er hy maam ef at least eaal
2. IwtUlMfeKimtf IdeeUne mm exaav
bml1amtoaMwremelMrda.Hmy jailgmtfit as
to their eacdtthm ef healtt is ut irlmm by the
result ei an examination made by at team twn
rewcttr qnaHaed aad gradaated Veterinary sar-
Gtaeearay, r. (X. rah.
Imaasw-Ahaaayearajmamr herd hte
Oar asases smi haary. aad ww had to atva m
feedsajteawanjrjT hsr ahaat twa maatha. we amw.
aa4mawladmafa. Wehaeeamita a
stamttjerar . Wehaw ahma JtarU ton
man'id jmsat 1,am fc i atjat Imeajato aar herd
aaaaaa lkkaasr amaaetoaar. Uar aaaaam
mlfcinanmai ly aas prssawhsl dhmaae aad
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Live Stock and gen
Blue Hill, Neb
Hay Frank Is a dark lray, coding eight ears
old, and weighs uht-n in show condition 1300
His lire was a thorough-bivd Imported Clyde,
dam French Canadian, and as a stock getter has
a repuUttion second to none.
TERMS. To Insure M; nionej- due wlien
marrs arcknowu to be In foal Tartlra must
return marei reitularly. Any mares dlii-vl of
will be held to be in foal. I W will Ihj taken to
prevent accidents, but I will not be resjKuislble
should any occur.
Stands for the season of tx. at my barn in
TN TIIK DISTKILT COUJCT OY
Aiircu . KtuiKie, piaiuun.
llaniel K. Uuck and Catherine 0. lluck, ilcfeuC-
The above iiuiiumI defendants will take notice
that on the acth day of April. lw5. Iwtwreu the
liours ot 10 a. m. and c p. in., at the office of J. K.
Kurts. a notary public In the city of I.Wbon. lis
IJmi county. Iowa, the tLlitifT will thke the
deMsitlons of .Tallies Mlnot. ifeorge.Morfonl.
and A. W. Itunklf. sundry witnesses, to le used
as evidence on the trial of the alxne entitled
cause. with authority to adjourn from day to
day until such dctwltlons have bren taken.
.Yit4 KAt.r.v HiiOH. Attorneys for ITaiutlf.
Notice is henry given that I will examine all
persons who may desire to offer themselves as
candidates for teachers of the common acheeis
of Velste! county at my office In Red Chmd ea
third Saturday of each month. Kramliiatie
Dommence at a. in. IV not ask for speehrt
animations. C W. HiKiKiaa. Supt
hsube m nomTT !
Against loss by Fire. Wtnac. Teramto and
Cyclones. In the old reltabm
German In sura nceCo.
Insurance soUcited an1 losses promptly pald,
All parties wtshlw: to Insure wjll ' recseve JJE
aitentlon by gtving nailer hy wail or atherwise
to the undersigned. cA'J!Sfi5yi?'i.
sipeela! Agtai, Ked Camm Seh.
W. E. M.i6ifljran.
The Falies &8i8g lalL
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
At all hoar, for 25c IJack,
.Choice ToImcco, Sk.
s; v. a,uiiiM)W
Where mall l-o found everything m mc ynwrv lintut
8ugi Team. Coffee. Sirup.
Fruit, iiacoti. Ham. tMneii liee.
Cheese and Cramers ToUcoriMn." l?w, wl 4'"'"''
"iiopinbyl'ir .letting f. it it Oi of tho t,w p.troua
IN FEATHERLEY'S BUILDING,
Oi.joii- I Cbtci?- I umUr Yanl
Merchant -- Tailor
RED OLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
and tlie Cntat Uno ot
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, MELTON, &CO.
Custom work neatlv
approved fashions cutting and fittine
a specialty, prices reasonable.
Old Stand East Sldo Wobstor Street.
Red Cloud - Nebraska
30 GOO acroa Luntl for Snto. ImnrOViHt Farms, untmprovod Liuittn
UtlCUCD'C UCAT UADIrTT !
T. J. MOHER, Prop.
Fresh and Salt Meats
OF ALL KINDS. p
Market Every Day and Prices Reasonable
Old Stand, Red Cloud m
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