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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1874)
B If S MESS DWSCfQ'B. t
H. S. KALKY,
K07ASY PUBLIC AXD 2SAL SSTATS
Z?cyJ CtoufL, Nebraska.
Will negotiate the sale of 5chool Bonis. Ac
JSpccial Agent for .School Furni
ture. County Superintendent of Public In
J. R WILLCOX,
ATFOliSEY AT LAW,
H0TA3Y PU3LIC b 2SAIS:T?2
ri:d rLorn " - - '- - Nebraska
i-l!ouicstca4lanl rrc-eMfriorj.- re-'urcd.
Special attention given to rnping taiw at a
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
LICE S. ESTELIj,
Attorney & Counselor at.Law,
A1ID33AL ESTATE AGES?.
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA.
Will bay ami fell Real Estate on conirnissiou
and jay 'taxes for non-n-eidents.
4"Spccial attentou"ivcn U the location of
U.ider the act, of June'Sth. 1S72. JS3
Claim conte-ted. and all winner of business
before the U. S Land Office attended to with
jirGUiitncj and dispatch.
LOCAL AO3HT;?03 2. &M. 2. E. LASSS.
Immigration Ajsatfer We5stor Co.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
C. L. .MATHER,
TIJURSDAr.s JAN'.o; 1874.
Frew all prtof ihet?tate and country re-ptctinllyi-olieilel
Wo do not read anonrtjous ltter and com
munication. The ninii: n d address of the Ti
tr are in all caf-es it,dispcnr 1c, ai a cuJranly
of Kood faith.
A. II. HOWK.V. J AS. LAIRD.
ROWE 8c L I?I,
Attorneys at Iaw
figf WU.l-priiclice.iu all the Courts of
JUNIATA - - - NEBRASKA
G. D. PROCTOR, - - - Phopkiktoii,
Th Traveling ruMifV.'ii: Hud this Hotel to
be first claw in ever respect.
CarriaBe runs daily to Bclvicrre. tho near
est Station on the St. Joo & D. C. K. R.
e. n JONES,
Yatchmaker & Jeweller,
2ED CLOUD,! WEBSTS3 'COUlITYr 2J33
fiJTtrtieii!ar attention given to Re
pairing Fine Watches and
E. W. TULLEYS,
EesidencsICre'&ile East of Sed'Cloui
Dr. T. B. WILLIAMS,
IU. S. Kxatnininp Surgcou for Tension?. S
Tender his Fcrviccs to the Public and
will attend to all Professional calls.
F. P. REED,
Surveyor & Civil Engineer,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will proiuntly attend to all business en
trusted to liis care. Corners
cstabli.-hed, linos run, Sec.
tSrCity Civil Engineering a Specialty.
I.v another column wil! be found a re
print of a circular letter from Governor
Furnas to the Comnii?Moners of each
county in the State. The circular in
question calla for a compliance with the
law requiting precinct assessors to take
the cchsim of their respective district?.
The ostensible object of the Governor i.
to secure an accurate knowledge of the
population as a basis' to demand an addi
tional member of Congress. We have,
in season and out of season, been an ad
vocate of increased rcprcs2ntation ; and,
I in fact, have said ."-o uiuch on that sub
ject as to call forth sonis ridicule, from
the unthinking. The law mentioned
should he complied with because it i a
law, and if any advantage can be gained
thereby, it will be incidental. A groat
advantage will be -gained, however, even
if the increased representation project
should fail. In the older counties the
increase of population has been steady
but slow in comparison to the new coun
ties in the western part of the State.
The census of 1S70 lb run a very good
ua-is on wuicu to estimate tne popula
tion of tho counties bordering the Mis
souri river. Rut since the completion
of that cenus a score of new counties
have s-pruug into existence, and a doz n
"others which at that time were nothing
but isolated colonies have became popu
lous, and wealth'. In February ItiTO,
the Legislature of Nebraska passed a
memorial asking fur troops to protect
the settlers of Jefferson county. Since
that time the entire South Platte coun
try of Nebraska, even to the Colorado
border has been moie or less filled with
settlers, adding thousands to the popula
tion of the State, until our own observa
tion leads us to believe that tho most
suuguinc uiider-cstimate, rather than
over-estimate tho true number of people
within the limits of Nebraska.
In this part of the State and in this
Senatorial and Representative District
the -people have a special interest in
having a, correct enumeration made. We
call for increased representation, and ate
entitled to it upon just and righteous
pi indoles. We have one-Gfth of the
population of the State in our Senatorial
District, and. have one-thiitecoth inter
est in the Slate Senate. Taking the
vote of 1S72, we had by official return or
the votes cast, just about one-hixth of
the vote ol th' entne State. Ry all
means give us moro representation, but
begin in a small way at first, and let the
Legislative districts be fairly drawn, and
then w can believe the motive an hon
est one, which call for another Member
We're a beautiful home in tho far off Wcj.
Wbere.tho buffalo roaiou at wl!'.
frAaa the wil J deer pia.e. as they go bj,-
To grase on the closping bill.
-A windiasr-ue4tnletrar.s naar the door. r
1 And the cedars can their jhade
20ver tbe-cotMKe. wreathed with Tines,
' In the lovely willow jtlade.
Tboro are two little Lird. inthodearhome net
Tbat chirrup and prattle n (floe.
And thty bond oar heart to their own s weetw:ll
As they plead o Ioviul r.
A harpy home it our w-jitern hone.
And love uiairs it doubly dear.
The hope wccherirh. thcfricnJj we lore
Center and cluster h ro.
CirstlarLsttcr Siaf- cf 2:eba:i E:e
cutive Egpiza at.
Lincoln, January loth, 157-1.
To the County Commissioners of
Webster Cou.vtv, Nebraska: 1'er
tt.it me to call jour attention, especially
to the First Stction of an act. drilled,
'An act to provide for the enumeration
of the population, and registration of
the births "Census," page 101, Genera1
Statutes of Nebraska. I sugPst th.it
the provisions of this-act relating to ''a
careful enumeration of the total number
of persons residing in the several pre
cincts of" your county be promptly ai.d
carefully complied with. Heretofore,
I understand, but little, if any, atiention
has been paid to thi act. With cur
tapidly i::c: cased, and increasing popu
lation, ttie question id Congressional
representation ii an important one, and
in v.hich the people are manifesting a
H:e st-ite of Nebraska is without its
jn-t and legitimate representation in
Congress, and no ellort or duty slionhi
"lie leit unperformed to secure our due in
this respect. It is believed that, with a
saiifuaory showing of our actual popu
lation, one, if not two. additions! roprc-s-iritative
in Congress can be obtained.
It i important tbat the censu- should
be FULL and ACCURATE to accomplish
the object sough' and desired.
ROBT. W. FURNAS,
The Governor has issued a circular to
all countv i'ouiniieioners, calling atten
tion to the law which requires the pre
cinct assessors in esieh county to unta
an enumeration of all the people in each
precinct. Perhaps the assessor as they
have heretofore done, may think that
bc-cause the law making this their duty,
affixes no penalty for thnir nocb'ct uf it,
they may violate it with impunity. IJut
we remind them that they are liable
upon their bonds and that the neglect of
no otticial duty can be justified it any
body chooses to file a oomphint agiiiit
thrill. The plea that it "costs so much"
to make the enumeration, is a very idle
one. The additional labor where an as
sessor visits every hmie, a? he luut do
if he discharges -m" part of his duties
faithfully, of tolling the person to put
down on tho blank return, the number
of dwellers in such, u house is a very
Miiall matter to growl about. The
County Commissioners should see tha'
the assessors do their dutv this year, and
the advantages that may accrue to the
State from this work will he very appar
ent when the returns are all in Lincoln
H. 0. HOUGHTON & CO.,
219 Washington St, Boston,
bc t announce to the old friend. of thw cstab
li'hc! u-ic-inne that they receive it f-om it for
mer itrupne or w:tb the iutcnti-m of Vceiiti$ it
til all re-pect .it l.if S"tl "it . oil reputation,
aed to iicffoicit fmai titno to time, aj they
It will e printed from nw type tnrocshout.
an' Kroat paiaii will be Ur.en to Ktve it a fresh
and attractive appearance tpopriphically.
Tht Editorial Management icill he as
And thcrnrpi of writers fnitn whom .irtJclcs
b.tv"eca f nsased an 1 whu aro resuUr eoa
titbcttm. in:litJc the D&utei of
LPNti.'KLI.Uir. a-IIITTtt.'t. HOLUEJ.
4UASSIZ. HOWI.Ll.-. r.YASt TAYLOR.
al. r.ica, wxt.NCB, v-tt.s.
r.lkTOV. o KV. rtiULRdTO.N'.
There wil! be able etftici'tn? upon Current
L'te.aure. Art nd Science.
" l'rudt-uce Palfrey." by 1. 1! Aldtteh. huthor
of Murjorit Ane.v the title of a Serial story
bck'uc tu the Jji-iu ry natubr
A Serial try. by W. D. Howells will begin
ii no ear y number. , .
l'etsoiiai Ueaiinis'-ence-'. by J. . nlittticr.
will c reran eventu pcrb.il iu our bin - ;
and " Lite in the Confederate. istate." by a Con-federat-,
nillbcaa lunde jiew of recent his
lury. .Mr. Warner's Sauntering in the iintish
Provinre. Lejtun in the January number, w 11
be coutiiiue.1 in ubeiucnt one
Local Taxation ia th. L'in-a State", the ar
ticiit.y D.tvi.l A, lVellu; the fir?t n tmbcr of
thtfvc.r. Mill bo fllnwed by othet.WKroin the
jmne hand onQueJion.'Of I'ttiaaco and Pi'tit-
" M e Eraij." a tale of the outhw-t. iy W.
M. lUHer. author tf'Th Now Timothy," and
" In A ." w.ll rotitinite I-ir the pre? -tii,
Cha.-ter of Aut-diuurrfphy. by Robert p.il
Owen, will cover Mr. Owen's life a L'ntttil
"SI tte Mjniter at Naplc, and hid viewi of
Ctiarl,-. VaiTE-n Stodd tnl. author of "sJoutb
? Idyl." uilt relate the Recoid- of a Player's
Fxpt n-ne in CaLlorni t.
nttt lies of . 'npluh and American :,ciotv will
be ;i-en by K s Nadnl; and Jam- I'.iriur.
will fur..tMi II..-t.iru'.tI mid N)."! il fa uditi.
.lap.irif.-o sket'h,' an 1 siton; n ill be told I y
the traveL-r, i:.ard 11 lime, tied Critici?m
r.f email ftnd renh Ni.veliit.. Tursi-r.Iil.
tieorjfo Saad. Auerb.irh. t'h rbulioz Halt i.
.i' ', i thcr. will bemjile by lhoiua scrjtuant
Per-y, one of tho editors of the " North Am.ri
Thi li-t uf name and article will be ad led
to from lime to time :u i i ii.tcnicd to keep
the ATLtvrc oj-en t tho l"-t r-infribution
from oir-ry iu., -te . inJ no eii ru will le5p.ired
to :ikf it t'ie l.iilir.j; Ami-ri'nn M inzine.
THRMS: St.Wa vnr. in advance, twoeopi'.
S7.o: firecnpifi. JlsJ.fV: md JUfltor -acb ail
ditionil copy sir iehobv. tbu furcesr ti
"OurYnu'c Fo'h- "ser.t 'crS. o u ear; the
AtUmi'; Monthly und Every Saturday, $S.co.
Surveyor of Webster County,
Will promptly attend to all cll.
Order for wurk may bo left at Clork'u office
In Coprt !Ioue. at Red Cloud.
Post Office addrws VelU."AVobiter Co.. Xcb.
ao-tf . :
GZC232 SUC2, Jia., rS0?IH2'
Good Accommodations, Livery and
CARPENTER & BUILDER,
Sei Cloai, Keirsrix
I prepnrtxl to make estimate and take eon
trac for all tiu is of building. -T-td
JOSEPH A. PEEKY,
TAX-PA YIXG AGENT.
?3ANZLni CITY, FraasHa Cciatr Neb.
!?olon Office nf Atlantic Monthly and
AND GENERAL SUBSCRIPTION AGKXCY.
:707E3, EOIKES &. CO.,
219 TTashiaston St., Satan.
TJSiS T A3T1 A 11 5S
Repairing done on short notice, in the
best style and at reasonable rates.
5. Vm Xsudlow
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
The best of materials used, and all
Pone ou short notice and at reasonable
Shop in McNitt's Store.
Red Cloud JVchras!:;.
Tom Morton, the man who set the
first line of type, auJ. "pulled" the first
paper eoir issued in the State of Ne
braska, proposes to expend $5,000 in
the election of a business house on his
lot on O street, early in the spriug.
"We have reason to believe that the
press used on the occasion above men
tioned, stands in our office at this date.
Mr. Hathaway can tell whether or not it
is the one.
V7e have received, and herewith in
sert a letter from a little girl living in
the northwest part of our county. Such
an effort on the part of a child is com
mendable, and meets with our hearty
Wells P. O., Webster Co., Neb. )
January 17th, 1S7-1 J
Editor Chief : My pa is a subscri
ber for your pane r, and I like to read the
news. I am tleven years old. am! have
two little brothers and one little sifter
younger than myself. I should like to
lie3r from the little folks, what they
think of Nebraska; I like this country
better than Illinois; it is so healthy
here and such pleasant, winters. My ma
was always sickly till we came to Ne
braska, but now her health is cood. 1
have about 40 nice chickens, and my
brcthersjiaye two pet pigs, and thoy are
so utifchii viou, they are in all manner
of mischief. I am coing to school ; we
nave a nice sMino house, and a splendid
lyncher. We have spelling $ehnol everr
Tuesday night, and have a nite time,
preaching every Suud.-'y at 1 1 o'clock.
Feed and rrlea! constantly on
ICustom Work Warranted.
J. Q. POTTER & BRO.,
EST CLCTO, NSS.
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
JOS. G. WARNER. Proprietor.
Reports are current that about the
middle of the month a war-party or Si.iux
was returning from a cticcevfu! raid on
the Pawnees, strurk the thin settlement
and trapper's camp, on the. North I)npc
Fork, at the mouth of Pebble Creek,
and committed ome thefts. When the
facts were ascertained, a pa'ty of whites
numbering about a dnzen, folio wfed in
pursuit and overtook th Indims. A
parley was held, in which the Indians
refii't'd to five np anv of the prujvj-y
except an old overcoat, whereupon the
white.s wuhurew and a fi:ht ensued, m
which Mr Littiefield, of Sutton. Clav
i county, was hot through the head and
I instantly killed. After an hours' battle,
the Sionx withdrew takine with them
their dead and wounded, the number of
which i-unlnown. Mr. Littleficld'a re
mains were tsken to his friends at Sut
ton for interment Lincoln Leader.
An Amendment to ia Hsaostcal and
Pre caption Laws
Senator Hitchcock has introduced the
following bill, which we trust will be
come a law :
A bill, auiendator of the pre-emption
and homestead laws.
Ie it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the Hni'ed States
of America iu Congress assembled,
That where any person shall have
heretofore filed, or may hereafter file, a
declaratory statement, for entry of land
under the pre-emption laws, or an appli
cation for homestead, under tho home
stead laws, and who shall heretofore
lmv- failed, or shall hereafter fail, to ac
quire and perfect title to the land claim
ed in such declaratory statement ur
homestead application, from any cause
except from ale of his or her right
thereto, such I'dUtro shall not preclude
him or her from the right to file another
declaratory sttftnent or homestead ap
plication for "another tract, and acquire
and perfret title to such tisct as it is
hereby declared to be the true intent
and weaning of the pre-emption and
homestead laws, that such individual
may acquire title to one tract of land
under each or either of said acts, while
at the same time to guard against the
holding of incipient richts to such tracts
for speculative purposes.
Sec. 2. That any person having filed
his declaratory statement or hn'mcs'fi'id
entry for any Mact of bind, and having
fajh-d fo perfect title to such land as de
serib ti in the first section of this net.
desiring to make a subsequent and differ
ent filing ir homestead entry, shall make
nllidnvit before the register nr the re
ceiver of the land-office in the district in
which said lands are located, setting
forth the reasons for failure to perfect
title to former pre-pmptionorhorne-te'id
entry for speculative purposes, and did
not abandon or convey such pre-i .ption
or homestead entry for money or any
valuable consideration, directly or in
directly. Sec" 3. That all laws or parts of laws
inconsistent with shis act are hereby repealed.
Recommended by th Superintendent of
Publie instruction tor tbu State ot Nebraska.
The authority of the II, S. Senate nnd Houce
of Ropre untatho. and of
EVERETT. hUltSRK. QCI.VOT.
KAUbll. UNI. A(USIZ.
alexi-cpki:, n:tvxr. ikvi.no,
RIVKS. Mli.H. WiT'iaii
ii:i.lar:. iio!.k3. l. .ikei.i.ot.
IlkNKV. tKLIO.V, lini'KlSR,
and thcleaJiiisauthoraofKuropoand Ai.ierion.
Liberal dUJoaat ir-id to Bcshool ditricts
tcachtrr, uiinihters and rub.
Kl;COMMENiKD TEXT ROOKS,
for Common Schools.
II 'Hard's Headers. Worcter's Die
tiomri6s, Worcester's Spelling Rooks
and Seavo3"'s U. S. History, ajo do
recouimendod by the State Superinten
dent. BREWER i TILESTON, Publishers.
Address JOHN M. TAGGART Aai.
.'JO Palnijra, Nth.
Eft RED CLOUD.
Opposite Garbrr .t Co.
DRUGS, STATIONERY, FINE
PUHK WINKS & LIQUORS,
And the thousand and one things usually
kept in similar establishments con
stantly on hand and for salts
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Call and See.
MUS. II. F.LUTZ.
Wines & Xaiquors,
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco,
Ol- ALL KINDS.
S?Kr'1sh Lnj-er ReerSiom " Antelope,"
brewery, constantly on hand.
, A. GARBER & CO.
41 WTW W W? 1X i T ... mi
Consist inir of
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Boots A Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
And everything usually kept in country s-tores.
Give us call, examine poods, inquire prices, and be convinced that tkt Ual
place to trade is AT HOME.
a. f : i imu:k St !.
NlSrW STORE N'ETrV STOJEUC
sum i5:iti:zi;A a;o,
Take pleasure in informim the citizens of Red Cloud, and the Public
that they have opened out and hare uu hand a now ami complete atovk of'
Staple A Fancy Groceries
Of ever" name and variety, selecte J with special r. frrenr-- ;o th want
the People of of the Republican Vallev.
CALL AND SEE OlJIt TOCU
We have, aLo, a fine Stock of
DRY GOODS. Boots & Khoes
ItfiKKNZUN &Vo.9 2tiA Cloud, Sub
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Has flitted up his New Stone Building
tirSo Lio,uore?o!d on the Prruiwc..
Just the place to enjoy tbi Popular Game in a
nice, quiet manner
Tht Tfotel ! entirely new.bv. iag been built
the present feuon. and b fitted a with regard
BOARD BY THE DAY & WEEK
At reasonable rates.
A. larfe and cotnicodiius fTONE STABLE
kaa jajt tetnaaoco to.tce itibuct.
Nest week we hallopen"ap asolnmn or
space to te specially devotetf to the in
terests cf Immigration, and ask for con
tribution, rdatinp to the soil, climate,
crops, and, in fact, everything: that will
serve to give information to all who wish
to fettle in this country. Make the com
tmmkatico ebort. and coBfined to the
inljeti in hand If enough cannot be faid
in one short article, make two or more
articles. This inritation is extended to
f wry county io Sottthwestera yebraska-
Lkt every newspaper in Western Ne
braska Jake up the matter of the local
census required by law. It is the only
way by which can In? determined the
jut proportion of oar representation in
the legislature, as well as in the State
Convention that will come off-omc time
next summer. Pass t,e rorJ tl0Wn the
line, and keep the subject agitated.
A mtlfiad f,ni Line-In to Denver, is
one of the probabilities of the future.
and for Nebraska, aui Linco'n especially J
it would, or will be a j;re.t advantase.
We are clad to know that prominent
railroad men have their minds directed
in the indicated line and ara giving the
project the inevitable preHminary, arith
metical, financial, survey. Wc shall
rejoi-c lo see something material done
in this direction next reason. Lincoln
Boot & Shoe SIiop
In "Webster County.
JORIV S. PAKKS
Wishes to inform the Public cenerally
that lie i prepared at all times to take
orders and manufacture all kinds of
Boots & Shoes
Tn the Jirst PauiUe Style.
tSrFine Calf Boots made to order and
Perfect Fit Warranted
Repairing on Short Notice.
S2D CLOUD. N2D2ASHA.
Maxwell &. Dingss
Wbhtoinf na the public thnt thr hsre
rnsdc rxtcsMre preparation' to ta&nnfActure
Lime, and will keep en hud a
to Eft the demands of the publi
be fold .it TOionaHe rates.
ber the Place
And yon will get them cheaper than
j; .V BttOW.V, V. LtTDLOW.
BROWN & LUDLOW,
Plasterers & Stone Masons,
Ssi Zlsii, Kettaste.
NOW IS THE BEST TIME
Thb B & H. R. R. LANDS
IN WEBSTER CO NEB.
Aro now in market, nnd are offered at
hie rates and ON TEN' YEAlts' TIME to
actual settlors, at rates varying from
$1.50 lo $5,00 per acre
With a liberal deduction for cash io
These lands aro among tho best in
the Republican Valley, and are
UNSURPASSED FOR FERTILITY
and beauty of Location.
RED LOUD - - - NEB.,
L05AE A32K? ?:E v7S35T32 C0U:7T7r
Will at all times be ready to give all
information in regard to location of land,
terms of payment, &c.
TES FOLLOWING 2ST2ACTS
From the Circulars of the B. & M. R.
R. Co., will in a measure, explain their
terms and the advantages ofTcred.
The purchaser can pay cah, or di
vide the amount into three equal parts,
paying one-third down, one third in one
year, and t.ne-third in two years, with
interes at ton per cent, annually; or he
can have TEX YTLtRS time in which to
make up the sum by small annual pay-
merits at srx per-cent. interest.
Most buy on tbrs litter plan of
JOHN G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform the PUBLIC that be has Just
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES.'
Consisting tix arl of
CALICOES. DARK, LIGHT .1 PINK,
CHA.MP.KKS. DKLAINKS. LAWNS.
DRESS TRIM MINUS k MNLVf.VS.
CORSETS & SKIRTS. V UI.S ,V CLOVES.
TABLE LWERTOBK" AS" ,!SB,l',,,B"' '''
PANTS, OVER ALLS & SHIRTING,
ROOTS A MflOt JIA TSV .1 1.
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos.
FLOUR, MEAL & BACON-
And everything usually kept in a First ClaH Dry Good & Grocery Stora.
JOHN G. POTTER.
Red Clcud. Nebraska.
Are prepared to take contracts fcr'auythiar
iHiMriiB na .Ira nnriL nBftn niAn
Tirm Btilef Mt of Bad CTasi W!4m atk I A asaiitr nf ltmr wnrk lh? antieit a akr i
SiJt9fBiTr. . I mt th pnbli yarraaa.
TEN YEARS CREDIT!
In vrhich case the purchaser pays
at the ourct one year' interest at six
per-cent on the price. He makes three
other pcyraents, each of mx per cent"
i. the cominenctnent of the eecond,
third and fourth years. At the cotnmenc
nicnt of the nfih year, he pays onc
fevenlti of the prrncipil and one years
interest on the remainder, and the saute
at the commencment of each racccdve
y;ar until all has been paid at the end
often years. Any buyer can pay in full
at any ttaie and get a warranty deed free
of all incumbrance.
Buyer? on our long and generous cred
it of tec years, are expected to settle
and improve their land at their earlicet
convenience, say witbrn one or two yeu-
so is to improve about three testes of
the 'and bouzht, wit ha a three years from
date of purchase.
jQrBetter terras fcrre sever been of
fered and probably sever will be.
We isvite coprio axi defj
W. L. VANALSTYNE
RED Cf-OUn, - - JVjEBMMS
PINE LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES
Lime Tarred Paper, Etc
And every Article usoall kept in a First Cla Laaber Yard.
JSPriccs invariably Four Dollar m a4rao of railroadjprtc.
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE ANY.JHLliTHAT CASOGi 1
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
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Keguhr trip will bt aade wetvees
JUNIATA and RED CLOi'D
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week. I ball be pleased ta carry pa.
f BUY YOUR HEDGE PLANTS
Ad yon will get Good Stoak,
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eager spoo the day memtiened, jv-
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asd Red Ctoad at t A. M., Wtdxsd.ys.
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