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TIIE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1893.
' Written forTucCmtK
RomloliconccB of Army Life.
(DY A riUVATE.)
Although our rorritnont wao mustered
into tho eorvico at Keokuk, la., iu Aug
ust, 'CI, wo did not got further tbnn to
Benton Darrickt, near St. Louin, Mo.,
until lu December or January following,
having been kept there tor rtasoiiB of
which wo wcro ignorant, oxcopt that,
whilo thoro, ull who had not been vaccl
natod at all, and thoeo who had been
vaccinated oovoral years boforo wcro, in
obodionco to general orders, vaccinated,
or rc-vocclnutod, us u precaution ngulnut
email pox, ot which thoro wao supposed
to bo danger. Thiu prolonged our etuy
at tho barrucku, us many of those thus
treated wcro on that account unlit for
duty. Wo wcro cnrrlod by rail from St.
Louis to Roller, where wo wuut iuto
camp for bovorul duyu. From that pluce
to Springfield, Mo., tho llrnt mid third
brigades of our aliment mado a forced
march, riding tho llrst day u diutuueo of
112 miles without rent, stopping onco in
that dibtuncc to feed our horseu und eat
u cold dinner from our haversacks, ar
riving at Lebanon, Mo., on tho evening
of tho second day. Wo went into cmmji
in u grovo whom thoro wno plenty of
timber, uud each incuti soon hud u log
IJ.ro for tho doublo purpoi.o ot wurmitig
tuo chillud men, and cooking a uital
for wo woro all tired uud hungry, not
having had uny coffee or warm victuuls
for two duyu. Somo confederuto troops
hud been in enmp bore u short time be
fore, uud, whilo looking uround next
uioruiug, some ot tho boys found among
other things left by th confederates, u
cannon bull, which, utter being rolled
uround u while, was picked up by one ot
Sergeant (at tcrwurds captain) Dan Brud
bury's inobB, of Co. A, und thrown into
tho liro uround which they wero cooking
breakfast. An explosion toon followed,
scattering tho logs, liro und cooking
utensils in ull directions. Fortunately,
none ot tho men wero hurt, but some of
them wero badly Beared. Tho "grub"
they wero cooking was u totul loss, and
tho camp kettles uud colTeu pots bo bnd
ly wrecked that they hud to borrow from
tho neighboring messes until new ones
could bo drawti. Tho moral they learned
was "Don't monkey with tho bomshcll."
Wo rested hero u day or two, and. as we
wero getting sullieientlr near tho Held
ot active operations to bo on the look
out for a skirmibh ut uuy time, wo were
ordeied to go iuto the woods some dis
tance uud disehurgo our revolvers,
which wero "Colt's Navy," iu order to
eleun uud reload them, lit compliance
with this order, Comrade Dun Dell uud
I, being inexperienced iu tho use ot tho
revolver, nnd not caring to display our
bkill, or tho wuut ot it, to our comrades,
"went together by ourselves" roiuu dis
tuueo from camp whero wo found an
empty ei acker barrel, tho head ot which
wo thought would make a good target,
Wo laid tho barrel on its side and
stepped off thirty or forty jards aud pro
posed to muko u "cullender" of it by
shooting u dozen holes iu it, After
ouiptying both rovnlvers, wero not a lit
tie surprised to Und that not a ball had
touched it. Wo wo cuto that tho re
volvers woro "no good," for wo wero not
in tho least excited, und took careful
und deliberate aim, nnd wcro veiy sure
tho fault was iu tho weapons nnd not in
us. Wo coufolcd oureolves with the
thought that it wo should havo to shoot
nt u mail, wo would bo likely to tuinii
him, and wo hnd no deeiro to kill or
wound anyone; und if wo should hit
omoouo that wo did not shoot at, it
would bo uccideutnl, and wo would rath
er hurt one.ot our fellow-men by ucci
deut than design. Whother Dan after
ward beeamo moro proficient us u ninrkn-
man, I do not know, but I have uo doubt
uo urn, ror lie was in several engage
montfl nnd had tho reputation of being
, a good soldier. I can boar testimony ns
to tho excellency ot his character au to
morals aud gcntlcmuuly deportment. 1
think I improved boino in marksman-
-hip, for on a subsequent occasion, C.
wMt&BL0' C -U "d 1 tired two shots
each ut a luafl without missing a shot.
1 do not romoinhnrfhfl djstunce. nor tho
oxuet sue of tho tree, but ill diBtanco
was thirty yards moro or less probtUi
ly less, nnd thotreohad long sinco censed
to bo n sapliug. lint tho most remark
ublo exhibition und 1 bolievo tho last
one of my skill us a "crack shot" was
several montliB later in company with
another man by tho namo of King I
forgot hiB tlrst namo but ho was sad-dlor-Borgoant
ot company A, und his
homo was iu Drukeville, la., nnd should
ho bco this, I have, no doubt ho would
verify tho statement 1 um nhout to muko
for ho was a man of the truth.
Our regiment wus marching through
u heavily timbered und hilly portion of
south-western Missouri, nnd us tho ma'ds
wero bad, our progress was necessarily
Blow. Our duties und t editions to tho
regiment wero such that wo wero not re
quired to rido iu tho ranks, nor to carry
tho cumbersome Baber, nnd wo carried
ourrovolveru rather nu defensive thnu
Wo mado ubo of our opportunity by
golthm several miles awuy from the
command ono day, nnd, whilo riding
ulong tho batiks of ii creek, wo cnino tip.
on a Hock of ducks swimming uround In
u kind ot basin iu tho creek. Thoro
woro just thirteen in number, and ot tho
'lorgo green headed vnrloty, nnd, as there
was no houso or farm in sight, no nt first
thought thoy wero wild ducko, and tho I
property ot corao ono living noar by.
Mr. King eald tbnt ho had heard that
ducks woro good for dinner and sugges
ted that wo kill on aud huve it tor din
ner. I said that it thoy wcro tamo ducks
wo ought not to molest them, to which
King roplied that if they wero tame, nnd
tho owner lived ncur, ho wus probably u
rebel, in which case thoy wero "contra
band of wur." So I ut Inst cousonted but
suggested that wo had bettor tako two,
au ono would not bo enough for nil our
mess. As a further urgumont in fuvor
ot taking two or more, it just then oc
curred to us that our revolvers had not
been unloaded for somo time and need
ed to bo cleaned. So it wus finally
agrocd that wo would empty our revolv
ers, which would tuko twelvo docks, and
leave tho thirteenth diickjwhich was
probably u drnkc, to tell tho tale. So
wo commenced shooting, still seiitod in
our saddles, shot about, until the dozen
shots woro tired. When the Ftnoke
cleared away wo proceeded to ntimjip
tho result, as follows: two empty revolv
ers, twelvo bullet holes in tho water, the
thiileeiith duck unharmed, his twelve
ditto, and two cavalrymen without any
duck for dinner. Instead of rejoining
tho regiment in tho evening, us we
should liavo done, wo stopped at a farm
house, or rather at a house whore there
was no farm, for supper nnd to feed our
hoises. Tho houco was a neat hewed
log building, which with n few acres of
cleared land was surroundod by a rail
Thoro was a small stable, n corn crib
with tome corn in it, and a fin nil stack
of sheaf outs, bat no hay. Tho fatnilj
consisted of tho husbaud uud wife, aud
two small children. All wcro dressed
in huuiCBpun clothing uud their posses
sions, including their eighty acren of
hilly laud, wero worth perhaps ?"00 or
SOW). And these peoplo wero well-to-do,
if not rich. It was not yet night, but us
our wagon train moved slowly over the
hilly uud mountainous roads of thatreg
iou, wo hnd plenty of timo to sparo nnd
keep up with tho regiment. Oursupper
which wns also our dinner, bciug over,
wo asked permission to stay over night,
which wns granted, tho lady saying that
her husband would soon bo homo, und
wo woro welcome tostuy if wo could put
up with such faro as they could giro us.
Tho luiHband soon returned nnd Ijclng
told' of our wibh to stay all night olfeicd
uo objection, but bccmcd to bo ploused
to have us stop with him. lie proved to
bo u union man uud wus glad of this op
portunity to learn from us something
ot tho piogrebo of tho war, ot which he
kuew but little, being in a measure iso
luted from tho busy woi id, with no pa
pers to read. uuduldoin seeing uuy one
who knew moro than himself of what
was going on, or what the result would
be. Wo slept thut uight iu u plain but
comfortable bed, and in the morning af
tor partaking of a bioukfast, which like
tho supper, consisted chielly of corn
bread anil bacon, wo asked for our bill
which wo wero told was nothing, but wo
prevailed on the ludy to accept pay.
hayo been thus particular in speaking of
this family becauso it is typical ot a clam
foil ml uowhoro else than iu the hilly and
thinly nettled portions ot the border
slnvo states. It might Lo termed
"middle clai-s." Thoy wero not slave
owncrB of tho upper class, nor "poor
whito trash" of tho lower. The major,
ity of them hud neither uuy sympathy
for tho institution of slavery, nor cnniitj
against it. They wero mostly lojul, but
took no part iu the wur, miles through
tho forco ot circunistunces they were
compelled to, in which caso they either
enlisted iu the union nrmy or noted us
union scouts or guides. Thoy wero not
wealthy, nor yet poor. Their wants be
ing fow nnd simple thoy woro easily sat
islled nnd wero contented it thoy hud
enough to out and wear. If from year to
year thoy could make "both ends meet"
they wero satisfied and did not noo the
need of anything moro. Whilo ninny of
tins clai-H were illiterate, eomo wero cd'
ueuted, uud though lacking tho "polish'
ot tho highly cultured, wcro possessed
ot a genuine hospitality seldom, if ovor
found in tho higher or lower classes.
They wero nB u class much superior to
tho "white trash'' of tho lower in every,
thing that goes to mako upgood Bociety.
Dju't you know to hqvj.tiQtfoct lionkh
you mnsf'rmvb pure blood, nnd tho best
way to hnvo pure blood is to tnko Hood's
Hnrsnpnrilla, the beat blood purifier uud
Hood's Pilla may be had by mail for
L'fic, ot C. I. Hood A Co.. Lowoll Mans.
On tlio Iiculli of 7rlr W
Our mother's ees are closed in death,
Her wilce Is fnirver sillied ;
A plaon Is vacant In our horn-,
Which neu'i can bo tlt'ud.
Onr mother (i om our lioni i h ;ouc,
Miumll lint leluru again;
Hut wlmt Is our gieut less,
Is her eternal gain.
Oh mother dear, wo never knew
Tlio Iou- wo IiiiiI for yon,
Until our oleo was stilled lu death;
Your ftwe wan I. lit fiom ltvt.
Oh mother dear, wn will walk
The path your dear feet havo tread;
And flap glad linniU on that ti Iht shoie,
And see your glory crown id head.
When earthly hopes nlo way,
And ne arc called ni inonrn;
How blessed the thoiiht
Unit wo call lean upon tho Halnni's mm,
-Mns.W. Ji. II,
Holler's Darh Wire Liniment for ull onts
on horses and cattle; it is the best on
earth. For talo by Dejo ,t Grico.
.Wrilen in loving rcmcmbcrnnco
our sister Fauniu.
l)o.irrst r.itinle you have lett it',
lirn your work wns neatly ilono,
ilu two know that lore heteft tit,
Of I lie Jewel heaien hm won.
W'u stiull ink In aln foifcl.-uliicsi,
And (inr smiles to clifcr our ways
NntliliiK can lianMi hours of sadness,
While wcurluvu for) on each day.
Dear sister, jou now wander,
Whci n tho (lowers are sweet In tilooin
While wo stay on rnrtli to ponder,
UVr our lofs with hearts In gloom.
We would wish oti tmck tnchrcrui,
With our loving words m'nln,
Wc would hao our lner near tit
Hat to nskvoiild bo Iu vain.
Dearest nUter wo can never meet you
In Hits tale of tears,
lint It shall not he forever,
i'nttliiK ends, with coming sears.
And wc know tho pain and sorrow,
Urines us nearer to that home,
Wneio there Is n loiitf tomorrow,
And oar Father bids us come.
Dear shtar jou have left in,
IP ro your loss we deeply feel,
lint It Is Cod that has hereft us,
He can nil our soirow heal.
rcacrful lo otir silent shunter,
Peaceful In thcgriito'so lor,
You no more will olu our innnlier,
von no moro our sours shall know
licit dear sister rest,
Your tolls and cares are o'er,
And sorrow, pain, und suirerliiR,
Cannot dbtiess you'niore.
Sister you have Bone lo rest,
And this kh.ill tie our prayer,
Thntwhen worcach oi.r Journey's end,
Your glory wo may share
Oh I may we meet our dear sister,
Hinging sours of prnlse nnd lovu,
olilmnvwejoln the glorious anthems,
1 1 tliu atiKcIs' choir nliovc.
Oh (lod I Krnut that wo may meet her,
(Smut that wo may know her there,
When we cioss the rolling river,
To the laud so fire from care.
Yet ni'nlii we hope to meet her,
Winn the davs ot life are lied,
Then In Heaven wo will erect you,
Whaio no fa row ell tersaru shed
Wo offer ono hundrod dollurs roward
for any case ot catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Curo. F. J.
Chenoy & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
e, tho undorslgned, hnvo known F. J.
Chenoy fur tho last lfi years, nnd beliovo
him perfectly honorable in all business
trniifciiclions nnd financially ublo to carry
out nny obligation mado by their firm.
West fc Trnax, Wholesnlo Druiri-istB,
Wuhling, Klnnnti Jt Marvin, Wholtsole
Druggist?, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall'H Catarrh Curo is taken intern
nlly. ucting directly upon tho blood nnd
mucous surfaces of tlio system. Prico
7Go per boltlo. Sold by nil druggists.
At a meeting of tho Indies of tho G. A.
R. lodge held September 8th, 18'.i:i, the
following roBolutions wore adopted:
Wiiiikuas: Tho Divino Iluler in his
snprcmo wisdom bus doomed It best to
rumovo from our number, our sister Mrs.
Mnrgrio Graham. Thereforo bo it,
Kkbolvkd: Tluit on account of her
death, our lodgo hns lost u willing and
effective mombor, nud while we know tho
loss of n siBter eo dosrly loved, we mourn
for ono worthy our respect nnd tears.
Itraor.vKi). That to tho bereaved fam
ily wo extend our heart felt sympathy
nnd commend thorn for comfort to him
who doeth nil things woll.
niot.vi-:: Thnt in memory of our do
parti d sistor, our lodgo chnrtor bo
draped in mourning, nlso thnt a copy of
these resolutions, of tho doconeod bo pre
sented to tho fnuiily, nnd iiIbo, that thoy
bo sprend npon tho records of tho lodge.
Ef.CNnKA L. ltKI!),)
Nivitik IliuvKti, Committee.
Christinn Kopishand husbaud
to Henry Klfring, Lot .'J lllk 1
Rweezj's add to Hluo Hill wd 8 75 00
C.H.&Q.II.U. Co. to Win. J.
Thomas, s'.J nwH fi-il-l'J wd. . 010 00
Katie Kinney to John S. Hoover
und C. L. Stono Lot 12 llllc.'l
Hoovor s add to Hluo Hill wd, ;.0 00
Samuel I). Nowmeyer und wifo
to Hiram V. King Iot 8 und
part Lot It Hlk 8Vunco'B ndd
t o G u hie Hock wd H00 00
Charles 8. Gregory and wifo to
DelinaLn Porto noM 19-M'J, 1100 00
jTirifrsnrnnfe-to Hiyinjih --"
J. Garber Lots 1 and .") Ulkl
Guide Hock wd 1000 00
Tho good dio younn but thoy Rro
using ltnller'a litllo Gerrrnn Pills now
nud honest moii will soon be a drug in
tho market. For snlo by Dcyo & Grico,
MoNitt will oxchango (lour und feed
nt ensh prices, for corn, oats or potatoes
ut nuirkut prices.
Tavi.oii keeps the largest and best
selected stock of wall paper ever
brought to lied Cloud.
Alt. fancy rockers IS por cent discount
of 110 dnj s. V, V. Tatloji.
Seo W. W. Wright's for tho finest gaso
line stove3 in tho oity of Hud Cloud.
Now hay cuu bo hud by leaving orders
Among tho incidents of childhood thnt
stand out in bold rolief, ns our lusmory
reverts to the dnjs when we wero young,
nono tiro moro prominent thnu eovero
iiiekuesx. Tho young mother vividly ro
members that it was Chamberlain's
Cough Hemedy cured her of croup, aai
in turn administers to her own offspring
nnd nlwnvs with the best results. For
mlo by Dejo & Griee.
OUK EDUCATIONAL COLUMN
1IY D. M. HUNTER, CO. 8UPT.
Tho first teachers' meeting of this
school year in this county will bo held
nt Cowles, Saturday, Soptcmbor 'i'Jd,
commencing at 11 o'clock ti. m. A largo
attendance is desired. Lot us nil attend
and bo prepared to discuss overy sub
ject Hint is upon tho following program.
Topics for discussion:
No. 1. How to conduct tho pupils'
No. 2. Lessons from tho lifo of Wash
No. .1. How to teach mental arithme
No. 1. How to interest patrons in tho
No. r. What general lessons should bo
given to pupils?
Persons to open discussions;
Topio No. 1. Anna Cockrull and Mm.
Topic No. 'J. Dun'l Garber and Nancy
Topic No. .'). J. H. Strudor und Thorn
Topio No. 1. W. II. Grant and Mabel
Topic No. 5. Illancho Arnold and
Every ono who uttonds should bring
some practical school questions for tho
TeachcrB who uro in tho habit of at
tending cducutionul meetings am the
oneB who are tho progressives in their
Thoro is no hotter way for a teacher
to get into u "rut" than to stay uway
from teachers' meeting,
Experienced teachers should attend
oducntional meetings to help thoso who
are commencing to teach.
When ono becomes porfect (?) in this
lifo ho is a fit tnibjcct for tho other
world; when a teacher "knows it nil"
can learn nothing nt a teachers' meet
ingho is ready to rctiro from tho
work; ho should do so at onco, and not
wait to bo called away.
Young teachers should not loso a
singlo opportunity to attend a meeting;
for tho inspiration, tho encourngemont,
tho hints, tho methods, tho opinions,
tlio uilvice, tho help, tho information re-
ceived from othors engaged in tho sumo
kind ot work uro of moro practical valuo
than many other teacher..' aids to suc
cess. Tho twonty-ono Thursday evening
educational meetings Mint were pro
vioiiHly announced in this column
should be uttonded by pupils, patrons,
officers nnd teachors. Tho first ono wiib
held this wiek in Dlst. No, 1 Bouth of
Guide Kock, an uccount of which will
appear in this column next week. Tho
next one will bo held in Dist. No. a
south of Inavnlo next Thursday ovoning
September 21st. Tho object ot theso
mcotingsistocrcato n greator interest
Itrpiiblionii County Cnnveutloii.
Tho republican electors of Webstor
county, Nebraska, uro requested to send
delegates from tho soverul wards and
precinr.ts, to moot in convention, at tho
court house, in tho city of Hod Cloud,
NobraBku, on Wednesday September
27th, 18SKI, ut llo'clock n. in., for thopur
K)so of plwiing in nomination, ono can
didate for each ot the following offices,
to wit: County treasurer, clerk, sheriff,
judgo, superintendent, coronor und sur
veyor; iilso; to elect eloven delegates to
tlio state convention, to be held nt Lin
coln, October nth, 1693, elect a central
oaniinitteonnd transact such other busi
ness us may regularly come- beforo said
Tho soverl"precinctB aro entitled to
representation as follows, being baBiid
upon tho voto for I. M.Huvmond.romtli
licau prosidontiul elector, in 1802, giv
ing ono uoicgato at largo to ench pro-
tmui or want or ono for overy ten votes
or major fraction thereof.
(InidoKcK'k, n 1tedUloudtownshln.li
Heaver t'rccK, 7 Red Cloud. 1st ward. 11
4 Red Cloud, ad ward, 1 1
3 lUttti, . 4
4 (llenoeJ, 7
'C Walnut creek, l
Q Inavale, r.
0 1'uthorton, 4
5 Harinoiiy. 11
Primurien will bo hold not Inter than
oepiomuer 'jutli, ut tlio usuul voting
It 1b recommended, by tho cominittco
that uo proxies bo ullowed in tho con
vontion. Uy orilor or tho republican central
I,. II. Four, Hr.Niiv Gilham.
That's what Brown's wifo called out to
him don't forgot to get a bottle of
I Miller's Sarsnpnrlllu, it's so nice. For
eulo by Deyo it Grico.
First class goods and reasonable prices
cnu always be found at W. W. Wright's
Those accomodating htorekeepors,
Sherwood it Albright tho grocoi 3, study
to pleiiso their customers. Cull nudbuo
them whon iu want of nroctriOH,
It unit costs ono cent a pound mil hum
10 cents, what would n hog be worth that
had been fed on Huller's Cotidition
Powderof For tale by Deyo & Gice.
am mm m m mmmmmmmmmmK
WIg woulci o&ll
; Your attention to the fact that we have the J
J Largest find most complete stock of J
DRUGS BOOKS 1
5 In the City 3
Z AIno Wnll I'npcr, rninlA ami
itnivci, icii.orN, unci koiioiib oi an kiiuir, g
Our prices arc the lowest nnd wc guarantee Batibfaction, ZZZ
Come nnd bco. Jj
C. M. CALMES,
Red Cloud, Nebraska,
Wants your patronage.
He keeps Fresh Bread and Cookies, Candies,
Tobaccos, Cigars, Lunches, &c,
Three doom Houtli of I & M. Ilnnk.
G. V. MATKINS,
Dealer hi Secoild-tfarid Goods
First door north of Moon Block,
If you want bargains you should not fail to
call and see me. for I have them .
Fort Abstract Co., Red Cloud,
L. II. FORT, Manager.
Furnished to all Lands in Webster County, Accurately and
ON SHORT NOriUE.
navlnc had ton year experience In county record nnd ono of the most complete set or All
struct books In tlif state. wo uiiarauteo satisfaction. Yoi.r favors solicited
All ordu's ruled promptly. 10.000 dollar lioud lacd
Tlio Ucpublican caucus of lied Cloud
precinct will bo held. Saturday Seldom
bar 2.'kl, nt 2 o'clock i. in. Nomination
or township olllcern huuio day iucludinK
supcrviBor, town clerk, tisesBor. two con
Btabice, two justices, nud tour road cup
orvisors. l'orter IIoiIko, chuirinan.
Tho Garfield township Republican
caucus will bo hold, September -let, nt
tho Mayor school house, district number
111 nt C p, m. J. I). Stanscr, chairman.
Firnt Ward C'iiiiciin.
rho republican voters ot tho 1st ward,
nro called to moot ip tho rooms over tho
'postotllco, Monday Sept 125th, ut 8 o'clock
p. m. for tho purposo ot electing iovon
doiegiitcs to the county convention to bo
held in Red Cloud, Sopt 27th, 189.1, nnd
uny other business that mtiy bo ncces
nary. M. 13. MoNitt, Com.
Tho republican electors of iutin
township will meet at the Anderson
school houso at 2 o'clock, Saturduy, Sep.
tombor 2.1, for tho purposo of electing
delegates to the county convention, and
transacting suoli other business that
may como beforo tho caucus. James
From Our ICxeluuiRCM.
Elinor Tattoreon spont Sunday in Red
Miss WilJa Gather of Ited Cloud wns
guos't of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Math
ony ovor Sunday. Press.
Mrs. E. R. Smitli who was culled up
from Red Cloud by tho donth of Gladys
Hurnott, returned homo yostorduy morn,
iug.- McCook Tribune,
Engineer Frank Reid moved from Ox
ford to Red Cloud under tho lato ro-ar-rungomont.
The Demon or Kctipulr
IuBouiontn, nud its twin brother Dys
pepsin, nro tho olTspring of n disordorod
stomnch. A positive euro in found iu
Bcgg a Dandelion Dittors. Sold by Devo
& Orice. '
AVright IteopB the best gnbolmo stovo
111 tho market.
do to Sherwood nnd Albright foryour
groceries. They keep tlobestintotni.
Patrick Henry oiieo suUl, "flivo mo
liberty or give me death." Folk now
duys don't talk bo fooli th, thoy say "G ivo
mo Hullur's Snro Cough Syrup or I -will
die." It amountH to thtipnmo thing, i-'or
snlo ly Uoyo fc Grico.
A CAtt loud of rock cult fur ntilu
PAlbiight's lluur und food Btoro.
Seed buckwheiit ut McNitl's.
All kinds of hardware nt Wright's
Oo and tee Sherwood Albright f.lnn,1 nin, .., , .. . . tt ran,,
groceriea. -,-.. -.
Oil, Stationery, 1'ockvt ZZZ
1 nd approved. Aildress or call on
L. II. FOItT Manager, Hod Cloud, Neb.
Closing out Sa
I desire to elose out the entire
Dry Coods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes,
Formerly owned by S. F.
Spokeslield during the next
You can buy everything wo huvo
CHEAP, and some things at your
own price. Money buy?, and wo
must havo tho Cash before tho
goods leave tho store.
Call at Snokeftilelr
and nee what wo
can do lor
Also nil ledger accounts duo
S. "F. Snokcsiicld can lie set
tled with us if paid this
A. O. BERG,
C. M. Wetherald,
Red Cloud Product
Host high patent flour her sack,
Good No a " it
Bran per 100 lbs
Shorts" ' '
Choppod feed (corn nnd outs)
Corn meal (bolted) por sack,
" ' 11 ti
Old onts por bushel,
Corn " '
Best Michigan lino salt per bbl.
Wantku: Men to sell our hardy rnri.
eties ot Nursery Stock, our own growing,
biliary or commission. Aubwit with
references, L. G. U,gg & Co.. lCtilamu
If you know of u nmn with
inmiiT, who 'wants to livo on
"'"''"" " ior wages next-
w.., wv... ,ul vu vjco. it. (jnnney,
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