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Farm - Loans - Farm.
SILL & STOWE, Red Cloud,
US THE SOLE
Of Beatrice, Keb and are prepared to make Farm Loaas on better terms and on
shorter notice than any other firm. Both interest and principal can be paid
Y here. Call on as at oar offica orer City Drag Store .
Insurance Written in the Best Companies.
On 4th Avenue, Ped Cloud.
The-ladies of Red Cloud are cordially invited
tt1to call on mc wnen in need of Millinery
Goods. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Mrs. A. M. MAY6EE.
. OF THEIR NEW
pJSpring goods that have
I rJBst arrived, and will
I ' ?' now place a
in ii m. iiiiii
On the market, any style Button,
Lsce or Congress.
Also carry the largest line of Men's and Ladies' Fine 'Shoes
in the valley. We also carry the finest line ot
Ladies' Slippers in the 2ity.
Ml M 1 Get 1
CHEAP FOR CASH !
Dry Goods, Groceries, Millinery,
Ac., is again before the public with a large and choice line
of goods, and ia telling close for cash.
Lc test Styles in iVlillinery always on hand.
THE TRACERS LUMBER CO.
Lower than any yard in the world
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llinepy s top
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Red Cloud, Webster County,
Apropos of Horace Greeley's in
fluence in tse west a correspondest of
tht Tribobe tells this story:
In Aberdeen I ran across an old
man who glories ia an experience
with Mr. Greely, to the story of which
erery one who meets him is expected
to listen. He was an Iowa pioneer.
He had lired in New England, and
once he heard Mr. Greeley lecture on
the west. That settled him. He
took a .homestead in Iowa, near a lit
tle town which he soon came to look
upon as the best and grandest opot
on the footstool. While visiting New
York afterwards he thought he woold
call on Mr. Greely and tell hiji about
"Kollv Pint." "fio I went to the
Trybuue Biuildin' " he says, "an'
w'en it come my turn I went iuter the
room where Mr. Greely was. I giiess
the man that was in tho room before
:e niu3l have riled him some, for ho"
looked mad, an' jest give me a nod as
much as ter say, 'speak quick!' So I
sailed in. I tole him he was the
means o' my goin' west., an' I'd set
tled a 'Kolly P'iat' an it was the
finest place in the 'country, an' he
orlerpat apiecoia the paper mjih'
so. ,. .
u 'Let -see,' sex'e 'int,that the
town where, niBC aea was "kilt by a
desperado a little while ergo?"
"Well, they had been a little kin
der squabble there on account of a
cow-puncher ridin' aroun town shoot
in' people, and I s'poso they was
somebody got hurt. So I sez: 'Yes,
thct's the town,' and he gave a grunt.
I sec then thet I had ter 'polergize
for the cow-puncher, so I sez, sez I:
Kolly P'int is a splendid place, Alt.
Greelcv. It has the finest soil,1' the'
finest air, yon ever set. It don't need
nothin in the won' 'ceppen a little
good sereiety an' a little' rain.'
sex'e,. 'that's all hell
Eilert's daylight liver plus are a Itorni tosaff
crerarroroUck beadacae. soar stinna'-h. torpid
liver and tedieestiea. .ugaicoiaed. piwssnt
to take aad warranted tr hmuh Itvdajr
Itaopy none blood purifier is the peoples
popular medtelae for puriryiae the Wood ; pre
venting or curiae drspepsta, biluousness, head
ache, boils und all levers andnalarihl disease.
ITice SO cents and St per bottle.
Report of School District No. 30,
of Webster county, Neb.; for the
month ending May 24, 188U: Total
number of pupils enrolled 17. Names
of those not absent during the month:
Jasper Smith, Dean Smith, Cera
Smith. Susie Amack and Bertha
Swoaringer. Not tardy: Daisy Craft
and Katie Ailes. Perfect in Deport
ment: Daisy Craft and Clara Holm
grain. 90 and above in deportment:
Alva Mefford, Ella Amack, Ollie
Holmgrain, Cora Smith, Bertha
Swcarinzen aad Eva Holmgrain. ,
N. L. D. Smith.
Kllcrt's extractor tar aad wild cherry I a
safe, reliable aad aieaaut raaedy for corneas,
cold.'', bronchitis, asthma and all throat troubles
Will relieve ana benefit consumption. Try It
and be convinced. Every bottle warranted:
price 4 cents and $1 per bottle. Sold by an
druggists. Prepared bytaeKausert Proprie
taryCo., Chisago, I1L
Report of the Amboy school Dist.
No. 30, for the moath eadinf Nay 24.
No. enrolled 14, average attendaaee
11, No. visitors 8, ant abseat, bom;
not tardy Maud Miller.
C. M. Wilbon, Teacher.
This is what vow eaght to hava, ia faet,
yon mast hava it, to rally aajay life.
Thousand ara arahiag far it daily, aad
mourning sesaas they lad it aai, Taaaa
ands aaoa thsaaaaas f deHsra ara spaat
aanoaUyay r yeapls ia taa hop that
they may astala tai aaoa, aad yet it may
be had by aO. Wa gaaraataa thatalac
trie bitters, if-ased aeoordiagto diraa
tion and the ase persisted in, willbriag
yon good digestion aad oast the demca
dyspepsia aad install instead enpepay.
Ve reeommend electric bitters for dys
pep;ia and all diseases of liter, stomach
and kidneys. Sold at 50c. and $ 1.00 per
bottle bT Henry Cook, droggist. 4
Neb., Friday, May 31,
Barklim Aratra Salvr.
The best sa've in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain,
corns; and all skin eruptions, and
positively cures, or n pay required,
it is gmaranteed to ifive perfect Mtit
factioa, or nianey refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Henry
School report of District No. 133,
Kan., for the month ending May 24:
Number enrolled, 24; average 18.
Names of those not absent during the
month: Mabel Beardslee, Elmer
Beardslec and Gust Nyberg. Names
of those u'ot tardy: Allie Frazier,
Addie Castellc, 31inni6 Beardslec.
Gust Wyberg, Emmet White, Evest
White, Willie Frazier, Elmer Fra
zier, Flora Andrews, Clarence Beard
sic y. Lipa Huffman, Teacher.
A Scrap of Paper Save Her Life.
It was just an srdmary scrap of wrap
ping paper, but it saved her life. She
was in tho laBt.. stages of consumption,
told by phjxiciaes that'she was incurable
and could pot live only a short time; she
weighed less than seventy pounds. On a
pkee of wrapping paper she read of Dr.
King's Haw Discovery, and got a aample
bottle; it helped her, aha boaght a large
bottle; it bstpad her mora, aoagjit ahoth
r Mipw fettor fast, eolitiad its we
and ia now strong, healthy, rosy,, ptaatp,
weighing 149 povada. Far fai vavtiea
lar and stamp to W. H. Cole, inajgiat,
FortSssitk. Trial bottle o! this woa
derfal' diseavery fraa at Henry Oeek'a
Sragstarsi -, 4
Nailee af Rqaallxatlaw rar the City
Notioe i. hereby given that the Board,
of Equalization for the City of BedCiead
will meet at the council room of said city
on the :S1 day of June, 1889, for tho pur
.pose of equalizing the assessment of said
city. All persons interested in their as
sessment are hereby notified of the meet
ing of said board. v
L. H. Foux, City Clerk. ,
Dated, May 31, 1889.
Ltntera, Listers, IitatenO
From $20 to $35 dollars each' at A.
Furniture of all kinds cheeper than
ever ai'. v Taylor's.
Notiee is hereby given that I will
ezamioeVH persona who may desire
-to' offer' themselves as candidate?, for
teachers ot the pubhci schools of this
county, at Bed Cloud, on the third
Saturday of each month.
Eva. J. Kino .
Mrs. M. fi. Hoffman aaftqunce that
she is prepared to weave carpctt of
all classes. Leave orders with C.
Sehaffnit, at the Moon Block. tf
The greatest wonder of the 19th
centnrv. a caroet exhibitor showiac
just how a carpet will look when on
the floor at K. v. Taylors.
When in Bed Cload call at the
furniture store of F. V. Taylor, oppo
site the F. N. bank, and pick you oat
a fine kitchen or parlor-salt.
Are you going to bay a carpet
an do not fail to call and examiae l
.stock and prices F. V. Taylor.
lee! Icetl lacttt
Fred Hummel waats his frieads to
know that he has piles of fae river
IC lur ?IC (UlliUJID vmv wv hu
trade in sesson.
ders for him.
Beserve your or-
I can save yon big moaey oa farai
tare and' carpets. 100 differeat pat
terns of carpeis eut withoat wasiaat
F. V. Taylor's.
ftedClead. Neeraata t
TV OMOKUUATHIC CTtlMCIAH.U. 8. W
cKoatedlMsestrTatM hvawH. - ' ' ' .
O. C. CAsa. Jjab. McNaar,
TTORNEVS AKD COUK8KL0M8 AT LA W
Sotlections as v.eU 3 Utieated buslaess carefaKJ
eltonapplleatioa. w..v-.., ..
,nt cfnripntivancnaeuio. Aosiracu luraisn-
OFFirK. ifr ni" .'" rain, an
H. CLARKE President. Albany, N.Y, J. A. TT7LLBT, Vice-President
Root. V. 8HIBBT, Txwasnrer.
NEBRASKA 6c KANSAS.
FARM LOAN CO.,
PAID UP CAPIlALf$50,000.
Red Cloud, Neb. Albany, New York.
H. Clarke, Albany. New York
W. H. Robeson, Alhnv, N.
R.V.Shirey. D.M.Piatt K. K. Highland. J. A. falleya
On improved farms in Webn.Ka and Kansas. Monev furnished as soon as the
security is approved Princuml ana interest payable in Red Cloud
The MONARCH Mixed rPaints !
This is guaranteed and proved by chemical analysis
.to' be composed of strictly pure lead, zinc and linseed
oil, with no ndnlterationsof Bnrytes, whiting, alkalies
water. Tho bst is the cheapest. For sale by
C. JLi COTTING, Druggist.
B. V.SniBBy, Pres.' Hbsrt Clarke, Yice-Pr. Jno. B. Shimt, Cashier
Howard B. Cather, Assistant Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BAnK,
v Red Cloud, Nebraski.
Transact a general banking businos3;;btty and sell county warrant-, . -county,
precinct and school district bonds. Buy and sell forciga cii :.:. v-
Jas. McNeny. J. A.Talleys, G. W. Lindsey. B. V. Shirey.
John B. Shirey. E. F. Highland.
Henry Clarke, A. J. Keaney.
Paints, OUs, Varnish, Stationery,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska,
Mem Wm Hewbonae
' ' Just received a fine and complete line of
Ladies' Summei Goods, Lace and Swiss
Embroidery, Flouncings, Hamburgs,
Laces, Jerseys, Challies, Lawns,
Sateens the latest styles. Shirtings ginghams, drees trim
mings, hosiery and gloves, Goods sold at the low
: F. V. TAYW)R,
KEEPS THE FIHE8TL1NE OF
In the city at prices that all can afford to buy
if in wantof anytbj ig in his line.
Opposite First National Bank, Bed Cload.
Gen R. Beach, BalelonSpa N.Y.
Y. E. 8. Francis, Pittifld. Has
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