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.. BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
V0TA1Y POLIO AND XE1L XS7ATZ
fled Cloud, Nebraska.
Will negotiate tha sale of Scaool Bondi, le.
sSpecial Agent for School Forni
tare. County Superintendent of PnlAic In-
J. R- WILLCOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WTAS7 PUBLIC MAX. ESTATE
BED CLOUD - - - - NEBRASKA
4Homesteads sod Pre-emptions sectired.
Special attention riven to papin taxes at a
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
LEE 8. E9TELL,
Attorney k Counselor at Law,
AND SEAL-ESTATE AGENT.
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA.
Will buy and sell Ral Estate on commission
aad pay Taxes for non-residents.
4rSpecil atteationr(irea to the location of
Uuder the act of Jane8th. 1872.
Claims contested, and all manner or baiineu
before the U. S. Land Office attended to with
promptness and dispatch.
LOCAL AffNT;rOS:B. 1L 1. B. LABlfe.
Immigration Agent to Webster Co.
A. U. BOWEN. JAS. LAIRD.
BO WEN Ac LAIRD,
Attorneys at Law
Jaw" Will practice in all (he Courl$ of
JUNIATA - NEB&ASSA
6. D. PROCTOR, - - - PaoPBiETOR,
TheTrarelinc Public Will find this Ilotel to
he first class in every respect.
avCarriace runs daily to Belvicere. the near
est Station on the St Joe & D. C. K. R.
E. II - JONES,
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
BED CLOUD, WEBSTEI COUNTY, NEB
Particular a-ttentina given to Re
pairing Fino Watches and
Saiidtnct One Kile Eut of Bed Cloud.
uuuuiu uiu yiuHtii. w jw wmm.w for
remedy Huh muiculty .' u so, uso tiic f
Tenders his services to the Publie and
will attend to all Professional calls.
Office at the Red Cloud Drug Store.
F. P. REED,
Surveyor & Civil Engineer,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
RED CL0U1, NEB.
Will promptly attend to all business en
trusted to his care. Corners
established, lines run. &c.
WgrCity Civil Engineering a Specialty.
Repairing done oa short aoticer is
best style aud at reasonable rates.
Sa V. Ludlow
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
The best of .materials used, and all
Done on short notice and at reasonable
Snop n McNm's Stare-
Bed CUu ?
Red Cloud Mills.
Feei and Meil coMtantlY or
asCaeWw Work vTanaated.
J.iQ. POTTER A BRO.r
mr cloto, mo.
w e iraoR v,
Sirvtyar of Webster County,
Will promptly attead te all calls.
Orders fr work aur be left at Clerk's oarce
la Ceart fioasa, at Ke Oead.
Poet OSee address Welfe. WeUtr C.. Net.
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Q& Jeammoiiatifmty Jjherjf
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
C. L. MATHER, -
THOR8DAT, MARCH 19 1874.
From all parta ef tha State and enaaUy ret
We do not read aaoarnew letters sad eoei
manieatioaa. The aaaie aad address or tke ri
' are, if all case iadisfaeIe. aa a raaraatr
Another hero .gone. Not the hero
that wins his laurel on bloody battle
fields, and gains his glory at the expense
of the blood and treasure of bis feflow
men, bat the hero of the forum, of tho
senate, a towering genius that has stood
the shock of aaoy a political avalanche
and bravely withstood then all, who has
been of untold usefulness in his day, and
ao man can measure it, or estimate his
worth to oar country. Since the day
eighteen years ago, on which Charles
Sumner fell beneath the blow of the
assassin, until the day of his death bis
aiaa has been the good of his fellowtnen
of whatever race or color.
He died at Washington on Wednes
day, March 11th, after a severe illness of
f two days, Br remains werd carried to
his native state, Massachusetts, after
appropriate services were held to his
memory at Washington.
Another of Antftrio'a tmmwl !f
Ex-President Fillmore, died at Buffalo'
March Sih, and the President issued the
following to his memory
Exbcctivi Mansion. WanivaTOr, 1
Starch 9th. 1874. J
T i. !.L .1 i.i ..
iui uccpretrrei isaune J'seuaeal aa
aosnoes to the people of the United States the
death of Millard Fillmore, one of his hoaired
predecessors, who died at Baaafr, New Yorh.
last trtuhg. The lone continued senrieea aad
eminent p rity of character of the deceased ez
President will be remembered beyond the days
of moaning, ia which the nation will be thro wa
by the erent. which is toe aanonnced. Asa
mark of respect to his memory, it ia ordered that
the ezeoatire mansion, and the several depart
ments at Washington be draped ia moaraiag
antil the close of the day on which the faaeral
hall take place, aad that busiaieea be suspend
ed on the day of the faaeral. It k fnrtW .
dered that the war aad nary departments eaase
suitable military aad nartl hoaors to be passe
ou the ocsasioa to the memory ef the oviaeat
citizen whose life is now closed.
IIahiltoi Frag. Sec of State.
Oo Monday morning our citizens were
a little surprised to find that four spans
of the bridge across the Republican river
at this place, had been spirited away by
the floating ice. A party at once organ
ized with rope and tools to save the re
maining portion, and if possible secure
the rest. Nothing however could be
done, the debris was all borne away by
the water, and the rest of the bridge
safe. This bridge was built by Raker,
Matteny & Co., and ftnbhed laat Novem-
oer, at a cost of $7,800. Experience.
a few secouds, anirara-n
llic commotiou for fccven
I 'Js SJ1 tksw toflaaaattata1
.- ;iiHaa'KT mm mnwanes?afm
tbougb a dear scnool, is a good one, and
l ..21 ,... l.M.4 im.1... lm..
nunc rrv uavo icsiucu wuiciuiug .vuut
bridges andl bridge builders, we trust
such contractors will leara that they most
build something that will not vanish
(with tho first threatening of danger, if
they wish to secure the patronage of
tax-payers for their publio works.
We hope that if another bridge is
built, that ear eouoty officials will oot
only willing to receive guarantees of
good workmanship, but insist that it be
given, then we shall not, if a bridge
sweeps away, suffer a dead loss.
i a ierry-Doat m in course or prepara
tion, and will be ready in a tew days.
Rivkrton, Neb. March 16, 187-1.
Editor Chief : When a "Traveller'
has nothing better than his jealousy of
the prosperity of a thriving people, to
lay before the reading publio ; common
self-respect ought to deter him from ex
posing it. I am not a resident of Web
ster county, neither am I in any direct
way interested in Red Cloud, I have
watched the progress of both, during the
last three years, and am fully satisfied,
that die materia) her "natives" are com
posed of is the genuine stufl" peaceable,
upright, fair dealing, men of business ;
and honest farmers, who came not there
to speculate, and "travel," but to build
tateBBselves homeland an honest compe
tence. If the people of Red Cloud feel
like making a struggle for the U. S.
Land 0ce, they have a right to do eor
aad deserve the suota aredit for it. The
action of my triea "Traveller, who
ever he ia, is both ill timed and badly out
of place. In the game of life it is every
Bsan's place to dVtae beat he eaa to for
ward his own iatereet ; the same with
communities, any towa, village or ham
let, that will not exert itself as a bedy,
in takiag time by the forelock deserves
the wea") f aeglecf.
There is somethiag very stranger in
theKpiritof the preeeat age; mea will
stoop to aay expedient ia order to create
abadiapreatoa ia the pabtic amd,
against a rival, aattead of holding ap
their own ability, aad wtaiag a caase oa
itataeritt. If TraveuVr" hasaariater
eat elsewhere, I taiak it would be avare
in acoordaace with eHBaMMiweaeacy, and
geatkaiaaly etiquUev; ifhafakjeakMM
of Red dead, to aay aothsaraaweH it or
its people, bat show ap the aeaatiea aad
advantage of hie owa towa or locality r
over all other petata, aa a plat tot the
United States Laad Owka.
Red Good, Rircrtoa. Fraaklia,
BkwaMB(toa aad Repablkan City, are
positive amass at tha eaaigj aad aaiaa
veraace af theelata afpeoak daaaauaa
ted by "Tnwalar aa "awtrvaa." Thay
show that theirfsaaasti aad aapaortara
are aot fjaveftara, tpnalstsrs aar kad
grabbers, bat atea wha aaaaa here te
-tattaaiUcawtT?, aaika hoajat far
themselves and their families, aad that
they are good industrious citizens. They
arao 'birds of passage," who go aad
come with the spring, but tbt old do
mestic barn fowls, useful rather than or
namental, brains rather thaa puf, aad
patient rather than fault fading, yet
with all, alive to pawiag eveBti arouad
them. Ha: "Traveller" studied the
natives," now many of those badly
clad, poorly shod and rough looking
"bods of the desert," has he found illitr
erate, uncivil and disobliging. Has he
talked with many of them; if he has, ho
can tell how ignorant they were, with
regard to the issues of the day, or the
history of their country, I doubt if be
has ever found many ignorant of those
things, and that the effusion from hi
pen, that spoke ill of the "natives," was
J? . r ......
uireciea oy pettu-jeaiouy against a
thriving town, that bid fair to deprive
some locality where he has an inter
est, of the V. S. Land Office. For bis
future guidance, I would advise "Trav
eller," when writing what he sees on his
route that does not please him, if he can
aot be generous, be just.
Red Cloud, Neb4 March 10, 1874.
Ei70 Cauir : Seeing a communi
cation in your issue of March 5th, from
"Farmer," in regard to doing something
or taking steps toward building a flour-
iog miH in thi9Couot- Now f anything
f0 done' th m " al h,od; or M
ne says, mere will be at least 30.000
bushels of wheat raised next season. In
that, as far as my observation goes, he
has estimated too low, Jbr if it yields as
laat year, there is no doubt but that
much or more will be raised in the county
the coming season ; and what will it be
worth to us without a mill to work it un
I into a merchantable shape? I answer
little or nothing. For if we have to haul
it 50 or CO miles to mill, we have about
consumed all it is worth. It would take
a week on au average for us to get a
load to mill and baek again our timo
and expenses are worth at least $3.00
per day, it is easy to calculate what
would.be left, especially where wheat is
only worth 60 to 60 cents per bushel, as
it mostdwaya is as far east as wa would
have to go at present to get it ground.
Sir, as a rale, I am opposed to boad
iog the county for anything, but where
we can not have, or get, such internal
improvements as a mill or bridge, other
ways, I say let us vote bonds in amoder'
ate way to seaore it, especially when it
is directly to our own interest; it is
always policy for a man- or men to get
that which they actually need, il they
have to pay for it ; bat few if any good
financiering men adopt the policy of
doing without it if they can get it by
-: :.. j.. . - ...
vjiuk iur , ana u we can get a mill no
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ULHRr mM nn inn mr M..iaAKA. 7 t
Y, on AeRcnubjijr'aI wioiloh'ida trM!
tfcS!rxl?3tf&'"4liT !" befo'MtiveTo crops.
gajSaWT' TTS'-aOP. the proper time with
CoiTodrter afford to nav for one JrSTrfL . T .-; .
aU udtter afford to Day for one
at least in part than do without it. The j
half the money we will spend going off
to get our grain ground, will pay more
1 than our share, of bonds provided they
was to be voted say nothing about the
market it would create in our own
county for all the surplus we might have
and undoubtedly will have, in another
year or two, if we have a good mill here
amongst us. The proposition that was
offered according to farmers statement, I
think a feasible one. and not an unrea
sonable one. For if we cannot have a
mill Wrtftout giving aid, we nwd better
secure one in that way, as it would not
be very expensive to any oae individual
in the county. "There is one sug
gestion that I would make in regard to
it, which I think would be a good idea,
vis.: in case the county' should give
such aid, it exact of the parties to whom
aid is given, W alow any good party or
parties, who might wish afterwards to
uie power from his dam on said river,
for purposa of starting a factory, of
whatever kind would seem to be most
needed, woolen or agricultural shops, o r
whatever, provided they pay him or
county, as the case may be, his propor
tion of expenses of constructixg such
dam, giving him site Ac, oo some proper
aad liberal terms. There will be power
in abundance for other machinery be
sides a flouring mill an the river, ti they
ooastruct aay kind of a dam, worth while
say 4 or 5 feet high. Such a dam will
cost some money, it is true, bat when
you have it it is worth the money. The
cost I think will oot fall far short of
8,000 to $10,000; I have asade no exact
eakulation, but judging oaby from ex
perieaee iff similar cases. Tha terms
the party spoken of in farmers ooaiaiaai
catioa is undoubtedly liberal for this
State, oae-sixth being tha rule for
wheat and one-fourth for oora. In giv
ing coauiy aid in that or any way,- 1
thiak ii would be policy to Had party or
partial aa the ease may be, to eoafiae
thsasselves- as near the eeater of the
oouaty aa possible, say give them 2j or
3 utiles each ode of the eeater to locate
e. It would oot be (air for the eoaaty
to aid and thea have it located ia one
corner. I have atade theaa icsaarka, to
give eoaw of my ideas ia the saatter, for
it ia time wa had something dtlatte
about it? it ia a job that caa aot be doae
ia a day aor a week, k takes tiaia aad
meaty tap. I hope others wiH take ap
the atatter aad keep it ia asotiea aatil
sOBttthiag will be doaa to satisfy aft; aad
the aaoat skeptic that we are goiag to
have a mill oa the Republicaa river, for
it is aertaiasy the oaly power wa hareia
tha eoaaty worth speakiag of.
It eeeate to he geaeraty adaaittcd that
thare w91 he-ao Coagreseioaal salve aa
pSedta the fiaaacial sear kft by the
pease. YaaMra aaa aaasui, aatf taa
Ths fciswiag Bote from Mr. Roberts
LiMcouf. 2M., March 16th, 184.
EDiMaVCidtr : In order to correct
aay ssiiaaafrcheoaon on your part, we
deairu afftate through your paper, that
we " she correspondent of the
Stmte JmmaJ, and have written no
conataaiamtioa whatsoever from the
RepabKaM Valley to the Journal or any
Yours very truly,
Geo. 7. Roberts.
Pnyitf Down the Liquor Traffic
The present roovment is a tolerable
good way ef showing that women are a
power is the State, with or without Suf
frage. As it shows pretty clearly where
their vaua would be cast if they could be
cat at at. It also shows just as clearly
that then are ways of settling some ques
tions besides at the ballot box : and that
in some Ohio towns one of these ques
tions bids fair in to get settled. Whatever
any one else can say about the evils of
the liquor traffic, the mother and wife
have more to say. Of all things on earth
mow terrible is to have one's own child
led iato hopless wretchedness and slav
eryor is it worse for the wife to lose
her life-partner or is it worse for both
and all to be dragged down to ruin to
gethai1? When the mothers and wives
take tfcfjMuor question in hand, how
evatfetsaynay be the methods adop
ted. -wa'saaH not find it in our hearts to
criticise severely. It is a terrible earnest
question with them, and we judge they
arc ujaatax earnest worx oi ic i ne ue
of moral forces is much better than legal
force or loud talking. Indeed, we doubt
if any better illustration could be given
of the value of power and mora) force
than this women's campaign against the
destroyers of their hemes. When the
women can pray open the salooas, and
pray the guzzlers into shame, and pray
the liquor into the gutters, and pray tlrV
sellers into tears and into better employ
ment, it is time to acknoledge the power
of womto.Bainbridge (A. Y.) Repub
lican. Essentials to Productive Fanning.
The following sixteen essentials for
productive farming are from the pen of
the editor of the American Farmer.
1. Good implements of husbandry and
plenty of them; which should always be
kept in perfect ordre.
2. Deep plowing and thorough pul
verization of the soil by the free use of
harrow, drag and roller.
3. An application of lime, marlo, 'or
ashes, where calcareous matter or potash
may not be present in the soil.
4. A systematic husbandry of every
substance on tho farm canable nf heinir
I converted info manure; a systematic pro
tection otBUcn suDfltances from loss or by
evapoiation or waste of any kind, and a
careful application of the same to the
lands in culture.
5. The draining of all wet lands, so as
to relieve the roots of plants from the ill
efTecta of a super-abundance of water, a
condition equally pernicious as drought
to-their healthy growth and profitable
6. The free use of the plough, cultiva
tor and hoe. with all row cultured crops.
m SUI t kfifiM. ilnafa mt all h'nwiatl.. l.t.
vC-.-""''' "nun sruwiD
or grass and weed, tho n?-r. ;
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ki-SXr i ; aa tn
the period of working crops.
a. jaiiy personal supenntenaence on
the part of the master over the opera
tions of the farm, no matter how good a
manager he may have, or however faith
ful his hand may be, as the presence of
the head of the farm, and the uso of his
eyes, are worth several pairs of bands.
9 Labor saying machinery so that one
may render nimself as independent as
needful of neighbor labor; as a sence of
Che comparative independence of the em
ployer upon such labor, begets a dispo
sition of obedience and faithfulness on
the part of the employee.
10. Comfortable stabling and sheds for
horses and stock, all the necessary out
buildings for the accommodation of the
hands and protection of the tools and
implements, aa well as for the care of the
1 1. Clover and other grasses to form a
Krt of the rotation crops, and these to
at proper periods ploughed in to form
abulum for succeeding crops. The clover
field to be either plastered or ahed each
sucoeedingspnng one bushel of the for
mer, and six of the latter per acre.
12. To keep no more stock tfian can
be well kept, but be sure to keep in
good condition, as possible of the crops
grown ou the farm and thus return to it
that which has beun abstracter from it.
13. To provide a good orchard" and
garden; one to be filled with choice
fruits of ail kinds the other with veget
ables of all sorts, early and late, so that
the tabic may at all times be welf and
seasonably supplied, and the surplus
contribute to-increase the wealth of the
14, The takiag of one or more good
15-. It is better to cut grain just before
it h fully or dead ripe. When the straw
immediately before the grata ripens, is
to dry that oa twisting it ao juke is ex
tracted, it should be cut, for then there
is ao ctrauktioa of juice in the ear.
Marrisd Lite. Of all people nt the
world I pity the woman who was drifted
(whether her faults or his) from the
love of her husbtad A woman has only
her hwabaad aad childrea ; a man has
the whole outside world and his absorb
ing bueiaeas cares. Freedom of commun
ioaaetweea maa aad women $ mart
earaest'y approve, whether married
ortiagw. It is certainly profitable and
beautiful. If maa aad wife are loyal to
each other, tbey can aford to be selfish;
bat if they are not true at heart it
makes one shuwfer eo thiak of it. Two
beiae? waited bv vows, vet reallv dead to
each ether? Yet this death Beed not Be if
doth art trae to the wonderful solenta
vows of Bswrrtagev Truth aad justice
should eat their way t&rougn. irrespec
tive ef atatah gratification. Ez.
TW have a aan of honaasi ia Da
fpare, Wia., which are kept for tradinc
aad aytewJatita exclusively. They sold
iaGrefssltey for 65 cents Thea they
rapidly rase ia value aatil they Vought
f 5. Exekaasent raoning high, and ap-pearaaaes-iadieatiac
that tfcey would
sooa be able to stand alowe, they' were
vat up at ar rtfUe. aad eeveaty-five
tickeu wave aold at $T each. A Depere
awa wse aataa, aad after feeding them
flOwarthaf hay aesi oat, he became
dawawraawd, aad oW theai for 75 eaats.
Th BMW who gat them traded theta tor
wharhar fhrtwa atetHs, shave, .aad the
Eariai want at tha etfcyr day aad hang
TVeraaaH is thai tha
JOS. C. WARNER, - - - Proprietor.
This Ilotel is entirely nw. hsrinc ben bnilt
the present itasoa. and is fitted u; with reran!
C0M70IT AKT C05ftTU!XCE.
HOARD BY THE DAY & WEEK
At reasonable rate'.
A large and oomtooiiou, STOSE STABLE
hasjujt been added to the premise.
aBrfieed Barber in attendaace at the Hon.
JBrown 4 3f ncomber,
Carpenter & Builders
Bed Cloud, Nefcrasia.
Is prepared to make estimates and take con
tracts for all kinds of building. 27-td
JOSEPH A. PEERY,
TAX PAYING AGENT.
flUNZLIN CUT, Iraallir Coaatj Slsb.
1ft RED CLOUD.
Opposite Garher k Co.
DRUGS, STATIONERY, FINE
PURE WINES k LIQUORS,
And the thousand and one things usually
kept in similar establishments con
stantly on band and for sale
chbai' yon CASH.
Call and See.
MRS. JJ. F.LUTZ.
Wines A Liquors.
dieting, Smoking, Tobacco,
OF ALL KINDS.
ataTFr"sh Lager Beer from " Antelope)"
Brewery, constantly on hand.
RED CLOUD. NEB,
- TIT A 1 1
T A TVTTkl Y'k fti,B-riV"
LAJN U L AjNJJ!
" x"-' " . .
NOW IS THE BEST TIME
The B. & M. R R. LANDS
IN WEBSTER CO. NEB.
Are now in market, and aro offered at
low rates and on ten years' time to
actual settlers, at rates varying from
$1.50 to $5,00 per acre
With a liberal deduction for cash in
These lands arc among the best in
the Republican Valley, and are
UNSURPASSED FOR FERTILITY
and beauty of Location.
RED CLOUD - - - NEB.,
LOCAL AGENT FOS WSBS7S3 C0U1TTT,
Will at all times be ready to give all
information in regard to location of land,
terms of payment, &c.
THE FOLLOWING EZTSACTS
Front the Circulars of the B. k M. R.
R. Co., will in a measure, explain their
terms and the advantages offered.
The purchaser can pay cash, or di
vide the amount into three equal parts,
paying one-third down, oae-tbird ia one
year, and one-third in two years, with
interes at ten per eene. aanaafly; or he
xn have TEX tears' time in which to
make up the sum by small annual pay
eafivatsix per-cenL interest
Most bay oa this htter plaa of
TEtf YEARS' CREDIT!
Ia which ease the purchaser pays
at the outset ooe year's interest at six
per-eeot- oa the price. He makes three
other payments, each of x per cent
at the oommeBcmeat of the second,
third and fourth years. At the eommenc
ment of the fifth year, he pays ewe
seveath of the principal and one years
interest on the remainder, and the same
at the comateocmeat of each successive
year aatil all has beea paid at the end
of tea years. Any buyer can pay ia full
at aay time aad get a warranty deed free
of aU iacambraace.
Bayers oa our loag aad generous cred
it of tea years, are expected to settle
and improve their bod at their earliest
convenience, say within one or two jears
o as to improve about three tenths of
tha laad bonght, witbirx three years from
date of vtn-chate.
aWsTBetter terms have never been of
fered aad probably never will be.
A. GARBER It CO.
GUIDE KOCJL - - - JTUBjRdtSML,
- Hats and Caps.
And everything usually kept in country storei.
Give us a call, examine jjoods, inquire price, and be couricced thai tha
place to trade is AT HOME.
A. GA1.BCB 4 .
Take pleajnrre ia informing the eitizenn of Red Cloud, and the Poblft
that they heve opened out and have on baud a new and complete stock ef
Staple " Fancy Groceries
Of every irituc and variety. teWtrd with jpcial reference to
the People of of tha ivc publican Valley.
CALL AD SEE OUR STOCK.
We have, ako, a tine Stock of
DRY COODs. Boots & whoo
BEKENZE A Co., Heil CloHil, IV el
JOHN G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform the PUBLIC that he has Juif
opened up a new and complete Stock of
BV K (i&wUL .- V.
CALICOES. DARK, LIGHT PINK,
CHAMKRES. DELAINES. LAWNS.
DRESS TRIMMIMJS k LININGS,
CORSETS Jfe SKIRTS, VAILS -v fSLOVES.
RLExVCIIED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLIM
TABLE LINENS. ATOWELINd.
PANTS, OVER-ALLS & SHIRTING,
ItOOTM A WHOi:Mt HATH efc VJLVU,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers, ;
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLOUR, MEAL & BACON-
And everything usually kept iu a First Class Dry Goods k Grocery Store.
JOHN C. POTTER,
Red Cloud, Nebraska
W. L. VANALSTYNE
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PINE LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES
8al Mouldings & -
Lime. Tarred Paper Etc-
And ttcrj Article usually kept in a First Cla Lumber Yard.
aja-Prices invariably four Dolfart in advanos of railroad prints.
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE ANT BILLTHAT CAS BIGOT
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
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Regular trips will be made between
JUNIATA and RED CLOl'D
On Tuesdays scd Wednesdays of each
week. I bai be plemacd to carry pa
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ing Jaalata. at 6 a. x. on Tofflsj-,
and Bid Chn6 at a. St, Wedstwlays.
Fare Ttaaoaaiira. i"
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BUY YOUR HEDGE PUNTS
And you will get OoA Steefc.
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