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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1874)
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D USIXESS I) IR El -TO It Y
h. I &
It. S. Hi ALKY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
liDTAEY rUSLI3 A:D B2AL S37ATS
? Cloud, Xtbroi-hit.
"Will negotiate the sale of School Uoml?. Ac
JCSy-Sjwclsl Agent for School Furni
County Superintendent of FMc lit
xti net fart.
J. R WS1LLCOX,
ATTORNEY Af LAV,
H07A37 5U2i:: & ?.SAL S3TAT3
i:ed clol'U - - - - XrilRASKA
'i-Hou:e-tulsnl rn-ciuptioii n-eiiml.
Special attention given to j'jiius lxet at a
CASH PAID ion rO"NTY Yv'AI'JtAXTS.
LEE - . 3ST5.5iL.
Attorney & Counselor at Lav.
AlTZ-.KiL JirrATS AK5IT.
HE!) CLOUD NEBRASKA.
Will Lhv urnl cpII It-nt i;tt-oti c-ni !' ion
ami lay 'I'ase- for non-r- iJ?ili-.
x-Jjicil :itteiitit:Kiveij to the 1'attion .f
.S' ol dier & ( 'lajms
U.nlcr the not of Juno ih. 1R72- " "
Haiini ctmto . w '' inanoe- "f lutMn"
hef-r.! t i !'. I 1 ,'! a'tecueil to v.tti
l:oal ASiNC rr. s. && b. s. l&sd:.
A. II. HOWES. TAS. LA I IIP.
B8WES & LAffSD,
Attorneys at iks-in?'
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS.
JC"H7 practice in nil the Courts of
JUHIATA - - - !iS32A:SA
G. D. PROCTOR, - - - Proimuetoii,
-,-.. - s-sx-s
Tli-Tr.ivelinir Public Will find this Hotel 'o
he fir-l clti' in ovtry relied.
ifa-Oirri.ise r w s Jai-y jo IVjIvieers. thcrcar
ct Station on the St. Jot- .V I). C. K. H.
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
SZ:8 CLOUD,: 7233rSS CDUKT7, S23
rSMVtienl-ir attention isivun to lie
luii iiiK Emo Watcher anil
HesitLo-c: 0ns Hile Sast'of Hca Claaa." J
Dr. T. B WILLIAKS,
U. S. rxamininKSn-scou for IViiMonjTI
E n mily IP h j i 1 c i :i 23,
Tenders his services to the Public and
will atttml to all lYj!'e,itii:al calls.
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
RED CLOUD, NEIi.
Will pvoup''y attend o all huine.s en-
tnst 1 to i,;s oaie. (.'orncrs
e?tbii"h'd, lines run. Vc.
&8Ciitf Cial Eixjinttriuan Specialty.
Kepaiiingdon.' on hort notice, in the (
bet st vie and at reaon:.uic rates.
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
Tho lc i. of materials icd, and all
Done on shoit notice and at reasonable
Shop in MoNitt's Store.
Red Cloud Scbrasfc
FeStl and Real CailStantiY On J
CfCustom Work Warranted.
J. Q. POTTER a- HbW..
TD CLC-TO. NEB.
lfAl S K" V 1-8 r&S F O ST T '
V r (eJfai ( ' r - S-,t.
Red Gloud. Febraska.
-jJOS. C. WARNER, Proprietor.
- - Thi IIotl i rnt'roJy vtrr. haTi- bem tailt
&Z the present ms.m13. isd i til up with rerivnl
- ..,.M T- . tVW,
UVA:JVS. A.SiJ Vi .iitflVA.
W -on inn -v Tnv tiav t- wPVk'
- ROARD 1 TnKPAT L Ai.Ltv
t reaso-oVe rates J
A Wcd ronrn. fTNE .STABLE
j . a4r to the rt:ttic. I
64 Parbr te sirwdaut at t Ueus. i
TH? RED CLOUD CHIEF.
U. L. MATHER,
THURSDAY. JAN: 22? 1874.
vr03J all parti if tho atate and country res
penally .lic:ttl '
Ii iot riMil anonriuoas I"tteri and coin
aiunicntiin. The name a 1 oildres of the wri
ter ir- in alt caw ir.iiicn..' lc. if a pusraaty
From Hon. J. II. Notkware we
have received a roll of circn'ar, hnvinj:
theuMri a letter from "Hon W. A.
Gwvnit to tho Omaha lice. d?cu-Mni:
the matter of incrca-ed repre5entainn in
(toncre.i-J all of which we cordia'ly in-do-i-e.
The atticl h too lone to copy,
lmt the ruam pont U the cullimr atten
tion to the tatute rcquirins; precinct a
f.sors to mak'p a totni enumeration of
the tut tl number f per-ous "re.-idinp
in their respective proeiwts." Hy a
riet cotnplinnce to thi hw, tin pnptiln
ti'n of every rnunty and the Stale itself,
dti hi; -iceunitclv ascertained.
We also r-iil th attention of theCVun-m:5-!ORer-t
flic law and pirticulurlv
ur'- that it he complied vthh in our
county. A to the q-rtion of increa'-ed
repre-enttti'in wj h'tve been an advo
rate o.-uch lMf:reae ever rfinfr? fheqnes
tiou tra-i aitarod, and the lir.--t " eontin
zenf " eindtd-itfc voted for three year
ago. Novvwjvrnnt to.sjii a little con
tiiienpy in l -ii. matter of rpr.-enfitin;;,
and claim that :fa St.ite with popula'iou
t r . - rf '
ciititied to tict mtcad nt one, then ny
tin ..n) tVccn. a IiPi:ilativo District
containii'i: one (if h of the e tire topu'a
lionofthu State, .-hould have that pro
portion of the members ifthe Lei-In-ture.
Ttie avciag mini, at lcict, can
not see any reason why the same rule
will not apply in both eav.--. Let us
have the census ftf the State this pr?ng
by ail mean.
TllK pre-cnt prosjiect is that a larger
number than ever before will leave their
old homes in the over-crowded Eastern
States, tofpefc nw loea'ionsinthe West,
and that Nebraska is the great point of
attraction, i conceded by all. People
arc required in our new State- to develop
it resource, and people we will have if
everyone interested, and all bhnuld be,
will endeavor to let a'l the world know,
that Nebra-ka i. the best place on the
continnnt for the immigrant to sek a
new home. Eveiy man in Webster Co ,
can, if he will, in luce at least on settler
to pome into the county. Take hold of
the matter with interest and zeal, and
we will soon have a populous county.
For the next few months we shall de
vote as large amount of space as can be
-pap-d, to the interests of immigration
This is our greatest interest, at present,
and will continue so for some time to
come. We nccl settlers; to elvelope tb
countless thousinds of acres of unbr -n
prairie tint ?s lying ready for thn plow,
and we will got them if we fry, in iood
earnest. All that is needed is to let the
world know through the medium of let
ters. papr, or circulars, that land is
cheap and fertile, the climate wild and
healthy, and that they will be cordially
welcomed by thoe that come before.
The new comer of to cay will not have to
endure the privations incident to the
j immigrant of two or three yeara ago.
fioo'l s'ores ar common, where all the
necessaries of life and many of the luxu
ries can be had as cheaply as in the
older tatos flood school-, good society
church organization? of thn leading sect-,
and 'everything cle to make the country
desirable. Come to Nebraska.
TllE Nebraska City Avvos which has
already been Democratic under all cir
cumstances, comes out boldly and frankly
on the flfrahl'Varans matter and avows
its belief in the entire innocence of Gov
ernor Furnas. The Newt was never no
ted for leniency towards the alledged
short-comings of any member of the Re
publican partyr an! therefore its fairness
in this intance will have unusinl weight
in influencing the people to believe that
tho Governor was foully wronged by the
assertions of the Ucritil.
Here is what the Ifrws says about it:
" Governor Furnas seems to be fully
vindicated from the charges again-t his
integrity involved in the ffrrald-Furnn
hb"Ifsut The principal witnesses
against liim, J. A. .Jackson and D. II.
MofFutt, dr., publielv btate that they are
now .sati-Tiir that they "were mistaken
about his haling received $3,000 for his
vote; and H V. llnnkin confesses to
having abused Furnas' couiMence and
friendship, and that he dishonorably
used Furna-' mine without his knowl
edge, to make money for himself. The
Sta'e Journal publishes the docuuirnt
in full ;and we are jla-l. for the credit
of our State and the feelings of Governor
Furr.8. that he has finally and fully
cleared from the unju-x imputations
winch we, believing them true, helped
to heip upon him Mav be Furnas isn't
a 'M r"l'?t "a'nt but tbit apparent blotch
anon his coo ntmie is ctain wiood om.
anyway, and right pladlr do we pub'ish
I'itt laci uqu give mai our sincere congratulation-."
Persons intending to pant cottonwood
cuttings next spsinc, and who have not
i yet secured them hou!d do so without
i delay. Though cuttings taken from the
; tree in the sprn and planted iuimedi-
ae w:" o! ec do TTe,, especially ir very
arlv planted yet they aw much more
! certain if cut in the fall or winter. In
pt)cunng cuttings, it should be remem
bered that whatever habit of growth a
tree may have, cuttings from it will pro
duce trees of the -anie general habit.
That i. if a tree his straight limb- svm.
metrically placed, producing a well fcal
ancd ton. outting from such a tree will
i tenu l0 !"- h3ndome, ymmerrical
're&! Qn the other baud, cutting fwm
crooked, dwarfed or unsjmnietncal trees
-'- lly to result in unsightly trees
mattings iiiousa oe ussn iroui www oi
the precediof year's growth, and at once
' buried in the srround, below the reach of
i frost, and where water will not stand
Cuttings should be planted as soon as
frost U out. and the rounl so dry as
not-.tn be injured bv ureMie the "'und
together around iIikiii. Making cutting
fifteen to eighteen inches lonp, and put
them in the ground o that but two r
three ii.chs remain above the surface,
pre--in the earth tightly about them.
If these directions are carefully follow
ed there will be no danger of failure.
Lino tin Journal.
For the benefit of people generally
and to sati-fy our own curio-ity in the
matter, we would like to know if it will
do to take odf uutti:i! while in a frozen
condition. The timber question is fat
gcttius to ba the most important one
before the people, and whoever will com
pile and pub'iih a brief statement of the
best practical mode of planting and tak
ing care of forest trees will be the great
est benefactor of the people that the age
7o Tho Farawrc.
All transportation U a waste, and the
further the transportation the greater
the v..ite. And the wort of it is the
'a -f that tho loi all fall on the producer.
Th- cxpoitin country mur in all caes'
Mibmit to the market of the foreign
country to.which it sends its products.
The firmer wiio must have money sells
hi hay crp, A hi corn crop, sell
everything off his land. But the farmer
who ha etpital feeds his hay to cattle,
lw:s eorn to hoc, and converts nil hw
crude pioiluets into les bulky an 1 more
va'u.iblo cnrkctable subtance. Tho
one i:uKHv.n.lii hi- laud and rquanders
frv.r. I liit lj r1 l.t tifmliwir i.. i.muii.tr.i.
k; vhl!i, t Q or, )v lJe rcfi1j ,
l" llll'll III I'llHIUlil ! IIIUIIF'IW-
process nor only returns
to the .soil a
iaige shire of the strength taken from it
in hay and corn, but. in his fat cattle and
hogs, has compressed tons into hundreds
of poinds wight, and thus reduced the
cist of th'j transportation of the product.-:
of his f'.irni to the minimum. Chicago
The Plains Life.
We take pleasure in announcing to
the men of the West that J. Sterling
Moktov has consented to puint the
Plums Litf and will write a book for that
purpoe if the material can be procured
to make it complete as a history of a re
markable epoch in the conquest of the
continent, and attractive with the strange
and tragic incidents of which it was so
prolific. This must be largely drawn
from the personal experience of those
who aw and shared this Life, and can
be bad only through their voluntary con
tributions. Th men. who traversed the Plaii.s
from th'' days of the Mormon hegira until
the advent of the Pac.fic railroad and
the locomotive are, therefore, earnestly
requested to eoiiect and collate, write
d.nvn and write out, gather together
from print d record and from memory
any authentic facts in the lives of the
1-ading spirits of the Plains, and such
incidents, anecdotes, tragedies and scene-:
as came under their own observation
tint, in the mass of initterso acoiimah
ted, Mr. Morton may lack nothing to
enable him to reproduce the characters
and events of one of the most remarka
ble eras in the hi.story of our country.
No one who knows him will doubt his
ability to paint them in the most truth
ful and attractive colors, and the co op
eration of the men of the West interested
in rescuing the wild life of the Plain)
from the oblivion into which it is rapidly
paing iseartictly requested to aid him
in the undertaking. Every man who
remembers a tragedy or an event, n
striking incident or anecdote, a fight
with, or an escape from the Indians,
that would illutrate a characJci. or the
scene.-, which this hook will seek to re
produce, j aked to transmit a clearly
and concisely written statement of the
matter, giving place, time, date, name,
and such circumstances as may be
thought necessary to bring out the par
ticular ineident or event into full relief,
to be used or not used, at the discretion
of Mr. Morton. All such contributions
addre-sed to the Editor of the Herald
will receive careful attention. Omaha
From the l.incolu Journal.
The Omaha Republican and other of
our State c ntemporaries are discussing
the Mibject of claiming more representa
tion in Congress for Nebraska. It is
claimed, and jut!y, that to day wo have
a population entitling u.s to two members
of Congies, according to the prc-ent
n io, and that by the time the Forty
Fourth Congress meets, to wiiich we
shall eiecia member next fall, there will
be population enough lor three members.
It is prOpo.ed, therefore, that Ne-
bra ka shall make an effort to induce
Congre-s to increase her representation
oetore the year 1831, when it is probable
we shaii have a million of inhabitants
aud only one member of Congress.
We are in favor of claiming this at the
hands of Congre-s?. We would like to
have the mitier put as strongly as pos
tible by our Senators and Representatives
at Washington, but at the same time we
are compelled to remark that we do uot
believe it will have the slightest effect
upon that body, and wo have no hope
that justice will be dons in the matter,
The tenacity with which the older
States hang on to the:r accidental ad
vantaz s in the matter of representation,
grows vita every succe-dmg year. As
New Euglaud and the sea coa.t and the
middie States feel the sceptre of power
gradually slipping from their grap as
each succeeding ceo-us is taken, they
tighten their grip upon it and more des
perately resist the advances of the West.
The same narrow spirit that defeated
the new constitution of Nebra-ka framed
in 71. because it gave the newer couu
titfs in this State a proportional repre
sentative in the Legislature, exuts
doubtless everywhere to a greater or less
extent, and will, we feel certain, be
strong enough to force Nebraska to
staud back with her four to five hundred
thou-and people in IS7o, and serve an
other five years before she shall be fully
represented on the floor of the Houie of
Maxwell & Dingse
Wish U infirm the public thtt tby b ve
made riteuiite preparations to taaaauts-tore
Ln&e. ami trill keep 00 baad a
toisett the dctaasd of the public, whiek will
b: sold at -caontIe ti.ci.
Kcmenbcr the Flace
Fita mile wtit ofsUd Closu bciit on Sth
SiJe of River.
H. 0. HOUGHTON & CO.,
219 Washington St, Boston,
bejr to announce to the old friend. of this eah
li'hol maffkxme tha: they reccire it from its for
in-;r prupne or with ih iot-nti jn of keepin e it
in !! reipecU at the level ot 1.3 ol I reputation,
and to improve it from time it time. 4 they
It will tc pnntel from new type throughout,
und great pains will be tafeen t eiveit a freh
and uttrctive appe.ir.ince typographically.
The Editorial Management will he as
And the corps of writ'rs from whom article
h-ire l-cen engaged and who are rejular con
tributor. iruJud. the tames ot
LCJAGFKLLOW. WMITT.SC. UOLJIZS.
AGAS31Z. HOWI.LLS. BaYAKO TiVLOK.
ALt RICH. WAlNKB, W'LLS.
rRTOX, O KX. fcGOLRSTON.
There will b .able triticumi upon Cumnt
Liierr.ture. Art nd SJcience.
" I'm lence Palfrey." by 1. 15 AMnch. author
of ilnrjorie o. i the lit! of a Serial atory
oexun in the Jaau ry onuW,
A Serial Story, by W. D. Howells. will brgin
ia au early number. . .
Pexoaaleiniuisceni:e-. by J. II. hitfir.
will c veran eventful piriutl in our history ;
and " Life in tho Coufiilciato etatcj." by a Con
federate, will be aa inside yiew of rtccnt his-
.Mr. Wa ner's Saunteringi in the Uritijh
Province, beicun 111 the January number, w 11
be continued in subaojuont one.
Loci! Taxation in thaUuiteJ States the ar
ticle by Dun I A. Ve!lriathe fir-t number of
t'irjjeir. wih be followed by others trom the
'ame hand on que!iouJ of Finance and Polit
ical KtMnomy. .
" M e Evan." a talc of the South wrst, by Vt .
M Riker. author"! "The New Timothy," aud
" Inii.LwUI outicue for the present,
.ChtptMH Aufibioeraphy. by Uobcrt Dale
Ocn. wsirOer Mr. Owen'i life a United
States .M.niter at .Naples, and hU views of
Charles Warren Stoddard, author of "South
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Address JOHN M. TAGGAllT Aet.
30 Palmyra, Neb.
BILIaX ARBS !
lias flitted up his New Stone Building
iNo Liquors sold on the Premi-c.
Just the place to enjoy this Popular fiarao in a
nice, quiet manner.
Boot 6i Shoe Shop
JOIIN S. PARKS
Wishes to inform the Public generally
that he in prepared at all times to take
orders and manufacture all kinds of
Boots & Shoes
In the Rest Possible Style.
5s3"Finc Calf Boots made to order and
Perfect Fit Warranted-
Repairing on Short Notice.
SIS CLOUD. X2SBASZA.
nd yoa will get. them cheaper than
J. S BROWN. V. LITDLO.
BROWN & LUDLOW,
PlaStCrfrS 4 StOne HaSOnS, J
Ici CsaS, reia.
At rrparel to take eontrxu foraartliinic
tktt:itr oi ihar wcrk tkty t3t ? -
of the Fbuc pxoaie-
W E THORN.
Surveyor of Webster County.
Will prom tly attend t all eill.
Orders for Tork myy b left At Clork"siuee
in Court Hou?e. at Itc . Cioud. 's'
Posl Offce address -Well. Vbiter Cv. Neh.
GZ3S3Z su:s. :.. - - - pbopsetcs,
Good Acamino-lnti'm, Mccry and
CARaENTER & BUILDER
Red C::ad. :?cbrs:ia.
I" prcpre-l ! aiaV eti-nut and taVi con
tracts for all Kin Is of build. 11c. "iT-td
JOSEPH A. PKEKY,
TA X-1 I riXG A G EXT.
li REH CLOITO.
Oppoitet.ir!'er A v
DRUGS, STATION RY, FINE
l'CRE WIN! S k LlQl'O! S,
And the thons-ind and one thir uunl!y
kejit in sidiilir tsiab'bment- con
stantly on hand and fur sdu
CHEAP I'OK CS!1.
Call and See.
MRS. II. F. Lb'TZ.
Wines dS Iviquors
Chelnrj. Smoking, Tobscco,
CAN'T I) FRUITS
OF AU. KIVDS
CONFECTION7 PR! KS
!5"Fr"h Layer Beer from " Antelope."
Brewery, con-tant'y on hand.
RED CLOTD, NEB.
NOW !S THE BEST TIKE
ThbS &M. R. R. LAKDS
IN WElttTEtt CO NKB.
Are now in in:irkt. an 1 are offered at
lolO rates and ON TKV VKVHS' TIMK to
ac'ul -ettler.s. at rate- varjinjr from
1.50 to tfZAhVt per acre
With a liberal deduction for cash in
Thc-e Lnds are ainone the best in
the Keptib'.iean Vall-y, and are
UNM'Rl'ASKl) FOR FKUTILITV
and beauty uf Lfc-ation.
RED LOUD - - - XEIl,
L3CAL AKIIT ?33 W333T33 CSITiirY,
Will at all times be ready to ejve all
infor nation in regard to location of land J
terms of paviiint, &c I
TH2 FOLLJWniG ZS7EAC7S
From the Circulars of the I). ,t M. K.
II. Co.. will in a measure, expluin their
terms and the advantages otTered.
The purchaser can pay cah, or di
vide the amount into three equal part-,
paying on-third down, one third in one
year, and one-third in two years, with
interei at ten per cent, annually; or he
can havTKN yea lis time in which to
make up the sum by small annual pay
ments at six por-cent. intwreV,
Jlost buy on this latter :lan of
TEN YEARS' CREDIT!
In which casr the pureha-cr pjy'
at the out-el one year's interest at iix
per-ccnt- on the price. Ho makes three
other payments, each of fix per cent"
at the eommencnient of the sceond,
third and fourth yeari. At the couimanc
ment of the fifth year, he pay one
seventh of the principal and one years
interest on the remainder, and the Kiuie
at the commencaieut of each aTicce-ivc
year until all ha been piid at the end
of ten year. Any buyer ian pay in fuH
at any time and t;et a warranty deed free
of all tscuuibraacJ.
Buyers on our long and ?enerou crci
it of ten ycaw, are eiptteI to settle
and improve their land at their earliest
conveniencv, say within one or two yenr
o zi to improve about three tea:h of
the load bouzht, within three yeari from
date of purchase.
rSrIJ'.ter term have never been ot-
ina mmoi Dever
gWc invite comparison aad defy
, - BctitioB.
A. CAREER & CO.
GUI&12 ROC& - - - .ITEBRiflSK.li
1 GEN RAL MERCHANDISE.
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Boots & Shoes,
Aud every thimj usually kept in eountry .stores.
niTeusfajeH.iamin(- roods, inquire prices, and be convinced that the bt
pfeco to 1 nude is AT HOME.
A. GAMIER & Co.
NT KAV STOKIS IS'JBTW STO R K
JO Y KJGHKXXEilT A CO,
Take r'.iMire io iiiOirmiiu; the citizens of Red Cloud, and the I'ublw
ihst tiny ii!-f opened out and have on hand u new and complete tck of
&zapfc 4V Fancy Groceries
Of every num.- and ariot, selected with .-pv?al rrference to the wants of
the People uf of the Republican Valley.
CALL ANO SEE OUIt JfTOUti.
Wo have, alM, a line Stock of
DRY GOODS. Boots & tihoes
C-:ECI0Z5-:;V A Co., HcmI Cloud. Xvb
JOHN G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform the PUBLIC that he has Just
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
2 on fitting in pait of
CALICOES. DARK, LIGHT .t PINE.
CHA.MRKE.S. IH-LAINKS. LAWNS.
DRESS TRIMMINGS ,t LININGS.
corsti s & sk i r rs. va i ls a- ; lo v ivs.
ULK.U'IIKD AND HNULK.VIIKI) MUSLIN'S
I'ABLi: LINENS A TOWELING.
PAN IS, OVER ALLS A; SHIRTING.
B50C5TW A SUOi;S, II ATS cV CAP,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLOUR. MEAL &. BACON-
Anil everything u-.ii.ilJy kept in a First Class Dry Good 4 ,t Grocery Store.
JOHItf C. POTTER,
Red Cloud Nebraska.
W. L. VANALSTYNfl
RJ3IP C O UR9
D KALE It IN
PliE LUMBER, UATH, SHINGLES
Lime, Tarred Paper. Etc-
Andfjgfy Article tiHiilIy Lrpt in a Firt
iSr-Prica invariably Four Dollart in
L GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE
AT .JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
Republican R i v e r
STAGE LINE- j
JC-ES S22I37, ?rcpietcr.
lU-gtilar trips will be made between j
JUNIATA and RED CLOUD
On Tntriiji and Yt"elne!day3i or eich
..nr3 upon the dy acutim.!, Jeav-
ins .1 aclnta, n ( a. K. 06 Ttxcylay,
and Rei Cticd at 6 A- 31., WedtKdar. '
. l t
Claxi Lumber Yard.
adrana; of ralIrodJprice.
ANY. BILL THAT CANOGK 7
BUY Y0UB HE?GE PLANTS
And yoa will et Gd Stock.
MrtclMll t Dntt,
Offer for I tfee ccminjc Fall
ONE TflOUAND PEACH TREE :
- -i a t .
REP LOUD. NEBRASKA.
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