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H IS1NESS DIRECTOR Y
n 9. KALEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
K0IA1T PUBLIC AITS SEAL ESTATE
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Will aegotiate the sale of School Bonds. Ac.
County Superintendent of Public. In
struction. J. B WILLCOX,
A1TOKNEY AT LAW,
H0TAS7 FVBLI5 I; SEAL ESTATE
RED CLOUD - - - - NEBRASKA
arHgmeteads and Pre-emption? secsred.
BpecUl attention given to paping lazes at a
CASH PAID FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
LEE . ESThSLL,
Attorney & Counselor at Law,
AND BSAL ESTATE AGENT.
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA.
Will bar and iell Real Estate on commission
sad M7 Taxes for non-residents.
arpecial attention! iven to the location of
CudortBeMtoT J8tie4Mfc.187&, '
Claimi conteted. and all manner of business
before the U.S Land Office attended to with
promptness and dispatch
LOCAL AGENT5F0&.S. 1L B. 2. LANDS.
Immigration Agent wr Webster Co.
a. n. BOWEN.
BOWEN cV LAIRD,
Attorneys at Law
mW Will practice in all the Courts of
JUNIATA - NEB&ASKA
Q. D. PROCTOR, .- - Proprietor,
The Traveling Publie Will find this Ilotel to
"be firt clan inever respect.
49Ca triage r-ins daily to Bclviccre. then car
et t HUtion on the Ht. Joe i. D. C. R. R.
E- H JOKES,
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
BED CLOUS, WEBSTEB COUNTY, NEB
Particular attention riven to Re
pairing Fine Watches and
Sat it fact ion Guarantied.
I. W. TUMiEYS,
Besldence One Kils East of Be& Clout
Dr. T. B. WILLIAMS,
Tenders his services to the Public and
will attend- to all Professional calls.
OflSco at the Red Cloud Drag Store.
jLITEjU A FEED
. D. POST, Proprietor.
Having fitted up a large Stoblo is prepared
at all times to furnish room and feed for teams.
. . Livery rig on hort notice.
Stable West of the Valley House,
G UJV SMITH
Repairing doni on short notice, in the
best style and at reasonable rates.
S. V. Ludlow
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
The best of materials used, and all
Dose oa short aotioe and at reasonable
Shop in McNitt's Store.
Bed Cto4 Nefcraslta.
Red Cloud Mills.
Tsad aMI Meal ctMtaatiY ea
J. Q. POTTER t BRO.,
Sarvtyar f Webstar Candy,
tvtir attaatto all calk.
af ha left at Clerk's sale
-Well. WehetarCe.. Xeh.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
if. L. J.ATIIER. Editor.
THURSDAY, APRIL 30 1874.
b'rom all parts of the State and country res
pectfully enliciied .
We do not read anonrroous letters and corn
mnnicr.tionfu The nrae mA .jildre of the "en
ter are in all ensof indifpenfable.a a guaranty
A Teacher's Institute was held, at
Red Cloud, last week, cammencmg on
Tuesday and closing with an examina
tion on Friday, April 24th. It was
called to order by H. S. Kaley, Co.
Sop'r, who presided, and Chas. W.
Springer, of Red Cloud, was elected
After making the necessary arrange
ments for the work of the Institute, ad
journed to Wednesday, 9, a. m.
Hon. J. M. McKenzie, State Super
intendent, and Prof. C. B. Palmer, ed
itor of the Nebraska Teacher, were
present, and couducted the exercises of
upenea Dy sinfing conancxea Dy mrs.
A. 31. Jones, organist, and prayer by
Rev. Mr. Maxwell.
Prof. McKcnzie made a few introduc
tory remarks, after which, he gave an
exercise in Arithmetic, in which he
showed the necessity of thorough work,
of nsin objects for illustration, and of
having a correct standard of measure.
Prof. Palmer illustrated various meth
ods of teaching primary classes bread
ing, by alphabetic, word, and phonetic
Prof. McKcnzie taught to define
words so as to interest and instruct the
pupils undei standingly.
Music, led by Mrs. Jones.
Prof. Palmer gave an exercise in
Geography, showing how the teacher
should teach the child direction and dis
tance, a knowledge of the school lot,
town site, county and state.
Opened with music
Chairman appointed Messrs Burton
and Springer, Mrs. C. Smith and Mrs.
Brown to speak in the evening upon
proper modes of punishment. Prof.
McKensie addressed the Iostitute upon
"Principles of Education," which we
condense to the following :
Go from the simple to the complex.
Go from the known to thj unknown.
Go from Hie concrete to the abstract.
Activity is the law of growth.
Present but one difficulty at a time.
Prof. Palmer explained upon hi
morning lesson, and gave a synopsis of
the sounds in the English language.
Prof. McKcnzie gave an interesting
exercise in language showing practically
how to teach the language correctly.
Prof. Pilmer spoke on school organi
zation. He said the teacher should make
a square contract, thoroughly underatand
his work, be at the houso early, and en
deavor to gain the good will of his pupils.
Closed by singing.
In the evening Prof. McKenzie deliv
ered an entertaining and earnest lecturo
on ,;The True Sphere of the Teacher."
This was followed by a discusriou parti
cipated in by those appointed, also
Messrs Maxwell, Prof. Palmer and Mc
Opened by reading of Scripture, and
prayer by Prof. McKenzie, and singing
"Resting Bye and Bye." Chair ap
pointed Messrs Burton, Feti and Peak,
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Browo, committee
The programme of yesterday was fol
lowed and exercises is spelliug, pronun
ciation, gymnastics and music were given,
and much instruction furnished to the
Prof. Palmer read by request, "Bar
bara Frictchie," much to gratification of
Closed by singing.
In the evening, Prof, Palmer lectured
on Ventilation, impressing the thought
that our school houses should be prop
erly ventilated, and pure air at all times
afforded to the pupils.
Prof. McKenzie addressed the Insti
tute on "Training the Mind," which
was an earnest appeal to teachers to use
their utmoot efforts to secure the atten
tion, aad direct the child's isiad to
think wmd study.
Prof. PaW read the "IUtm," and
Prof. McKeaaie read a aefaec article,
both of which were very fa. This was
followed by reaark by Dr. Feti, M.
VViUeoB, aad Prof. McKeuie, apon
"Proper Iaoeattvee to Study," after
which the ooamittee ea reaokttoaa re
ported the fbttowiaji, which wa aoaiii
aiously adopted by the eattre hoase.
Whereas, we the teachers of this la
stitata, by iatercaaaf of thought with
one aaother, feel wkhia earselvas new
isapalses, aaddeairoasaf beooaiinf atore
proficient in oar work. ThereJera, fee it
Rm)kmlt that wa, aa teachers, have
bees beoef tted by ateetiax together ia
the capacity of a Teacher lastttate.
Jtembed, That we recogaixe ia Teach
ers Iaetitatea, as they are eoadacted ia
thk State, the seaaaadifasiaK kaowl
edge azaoag teachers, which will eaahle
theai greatly to advaaaa the eaaea af
tdacatiaa ia oar aafchc aaheole.
eefce4 That va fcavw, dariag this
iaatkatebeca forcibly impressed with
the rasaqatibthtj that rata apoa aaia
uaiaiag the yoathfal aaiad aar fataca
JKaadbadL That we w3l
earry oak to the heat af aar ahilky,
prjacipka of iaatnactioa aa
aw worthy 8att
gmjkmd, That State Sept. McKaasia
and Prof. Palmer, have our heartfelt
thanks for their presence and valuable
instruction we have received during the
session of this Institute.
Rti-Aced, Tht our County Sapt, Mr.
Kaley, has our thanks for the cffedent
manner in which he has conducted the
exercises of the Institute.
Resohal, That we tender our most
sincere thanks to Mrs. Jones for the
efficient and pleasing manner in which
she has couducted the musical exercises
of the institute.
Rooked, That we recommend to the
teachers of Webster county, the Ne
braska Teacher, as an able and efficient
journal to aid them in their duties as
Resolved, That we tender our sincere
thanks to the citizens of Red Cloud, for
the interest manifested by them in the
cause of education. Also to the officers
of this district for the ue of their house
and other accommodations.
Retolved, That a copy of the minutes
of this institute Le furnished for publi
cation in the Red Cloud Cbief and
A. L. Burton, David Fetz, Mrs. M.
E. Brown, Mrs. C. Smith, and Alvin A.
Peak, Committee on Resolutions).
' Ctosed with -music-' - f
A County Teachers Association was
formed with H. S. Kaley, President, and
A. L. Burton, See. The first meeting
will be held at Red Cloud, on Friday,
May 22d, 1874. A cordial invitation is
extended to all who are interested, to be
present. Eleveu teachers remained to
the examination, which continued
through the day.
The work of the Institute panted on
very pleasantly, and those teachers who
eamo to attend, went away feeling that
the time was well spent, and the cxer
cihes very instructive.
The following teachers and members
of the Institute were present :
Red Cloud Annie M. .lonee, Lydia
F. Munger, Sarah L. Fisher, Francis
Beauchamp. C. Smith, Fannie M. Bar
ber, Laura J. Ludlow, Sarah C. Tulleys,
Mary C. Metcalf, Martha E. Brown,
Amelia E. Smith.
Wells Eliza A. Tuttle.
Cora, Smith Co., Kan. S. J. Noble.
Inavale Mrs. G. W. Knight.
Guide Rock Vina C. Tyler.
Hon. J. M. McKcnzie, State Super
intendent. Prof. C. B. Palmer. Beatrice, Neb.
Red Cloud II. S. Kaley, Co. Supt.,
Rev. A. Maxwell. Rev. Chas. Reilly, T.
J. Wright. J. Q. Potter, C. W. Springer
Win. C. Reilly, Lee S. JfcHl, J. R.
Willeox, J. L. null, Edward Kellogg.
Batin David Fetz.
Little Blue M. Willson, Orrell P. Q.
Scott J. W. I uce.
H. S. Kaley, C. W. Springer,
From the PUtLimoath Herald.
Wo take hotb pride and pleasure in
calling attention to the splendid record
made by Senator Hitchcock during his
three years' service in Congress. It is a
record of faithful service, of practical
work, written in deeds rather tban wcrds,
upon the pages of the Statute books,
rather than those of the Congressional
Globe a record giving proofs of effort,
crowned with success, for the promotion
of the best interests of the State.
In addition to many acts applicable to
Nebraska only, the Senator has secured
the passage of a number of Acts of a
general naturo ; all, however, upon sub'
jects of special interest to the people of
our State ; nearly all, in fact, bearing
upon the public land policy of the Gen
We doubt if any other member of
Congress has ever, in the same time,
made so great au impression upon the
laod laws ot the country, effecting so
many just and needed changes, and ad
ding so many important provision. We
are not able to give a full li-t of Senator
Hitchcock's bill, which have passed in
to laws ; but the following partial lUt,
given mostly from recollection, speaks to
his praise more effectually than any
words we can write.
"Au Act, to encourage the growth of
timber upon western prairies," with act
This act introduces a new and dis
tinctive feature into the public land
policy of the Governaient. It originated
with Senator Hitchcock, and will doubt
less lead to measures for the preservation
of our native forests as well as the growth
of timber upon the treeless plains.
"Au Acs amending the Soldiers'
This act grants an additional eighty
acres of land to soldiers who have located
within the railroad limits, aad received
eighty acres-only. It was a raap4e ae
of justice to the brave defenders of oar
"An Act, authorizing pre-eaptors or
settlers apon homesteads to taanatf por
tion of their pre-emptioas or home
steads for certain public parpoaes, vis :
for school and church purposes, aad for
right of way to railroad across the same.'
"Aa Act amendatory of the pre-emption
and homeetead laws."
This act aatborixas the settler who has
tied a homestead or premptioa claim,
and lost his or hr right aader the same,
except it be hy sale of sach right, to fie
"Aa Act, to sell a portion of the Otoe
Omaha aad Pawnee ladUa Reserva
twaV This act looks to the early removal of
said iadiaas from the State, aad the aat
tlemeat of their lands.
"Aa Act, to abrogate a portioa of the
treaty with the Sioax Iadiaas, eaaalaisd
April 29th, 1868."
ThiabUtisaotjetAlaw, bat has re
ceived the approval of the Saaate Jadt
eimry Committee, with a aoad prospect
of its parage at this aesatua ofCaagress.
it wipes oat tae "aaaamto
ritory ia Nebraska.
"Aa apuaanatioa af ifty
Mara, to awabaah a Past oa the Leap
passed the Saaata, aad will probably
aamthaBeaaa. This will give eeeanty
to the aertkweH frostier.
"Aa Aet, to settle wm te lead hdeag
iactoaMFc. Kearney, aeat Nebraska
"Aa Act to arovida a Coart Boat
aad Peetomce at Liacola, NoaiaaH. aad 1
to appropriate $130,000 therefor.
"Appropriation to complete Court
Hou?e and Potofficeat Oiuah-u"
We may safely add th-u no material
interest ia the State hss been over-looked
or undervalued, and all thi-st quietly
that the masses have sranely realized
H the change? effected in this yhott
tune Verily, the workers are gaining
os' the speech-mnkcr.-i.
ST D. LCTZ.
Had, of Lad she not rome special raiwioa.
Just as the great Eternal Father willed it?
If so, LonL teach rfs the saeek sabwisnion.
To ask he spirit how she e'er fulfilled it.
Oh. Spirit of the Great Etereal Faiher.
Now. yea ever, tbr grace divine impart.
Thy win aad pareosee. to as together
In all thy tender loving leseoas W our heart.
Lilly east, a thiag so iaaeeaat. so gooJ,
That he seemed aa angtl ia difgaiie.
And contemplate her whea 70a would.
She seemed less meet for earth than for the
In (act the loving temper of the child.
Bid all the care, aad time, aad toil she ever
Aad whea death's throe dupe lied her smiles.
A family's !oad-itone love, was ever lost.
And now, thoagh eb.eat from as in the (le sh.
Her angel saint seems as cons tant to attend.
And stir the soal with loving memories afreah.
As seals are oaly stirred by loss of dearest
her special sataioalave
To waaa from earth, oar thoughts, oar eares,
oar love ind prayers.
Aad shua the loathsome taiats of sia.
And of heavenly joys more fully make us heirs.
Ye we tnut that Lilly s with the angels now.
And though her Iom we deegly mourn.
Wo recognise thy haad. Oh Gcdt
And ssy "Thy will be aone."
Notice is hereby giren, That on the
19th day of May, I will expose for sale
at public auct'on, to the highest bidder
for cash, in front of the Court Houe in
Red Cloud, Nebraska, the following
property, to-wit :
One Fairbanks Platform Scales, draw
ing 000 pounds.
One Meat Saw, on9 Meat Cleaver,
ono Knife and Steel,
Taken as the property of A. J. Arm
strong in the suit of August Boats.
Dated this 30th day of April, 1874.
H. G. BILL. Sh'ff Webster Co.
By Mark H. Warner, Deputy.
Nrtics to' Contractor! aad Sallderi.
NOTICE is hereby given, That scaled
proposals will be received by the under
signed for the building of a School
House in School District No. '2"2, Web
ster Co., Nebv in accordance with the
The building to be frame, 20 feet in
wi 1th, 30 feet long, with 10 feet posts,
stone or brick foundation, and substan
tial piers in center foundation. Foun
dation to be one foot above ground at
highest p'ace, and six inches below the
surface and 18 inches thick. Also, om
privy GxI2, with partition in renter.
Bids to be opt-ned on Wednesday,
Mav 20th. 1874.
The right to feject any or all Lid is
Bids to bo directed to "School Board
of DUtrict No 'I'l, Batin P. 0-, Web
ster Co., "Nebraska.
I. II. HUMMEL, Treasurer.
A. GARLOCH, Moderator.
In District Court in and for Webster
W. Ia Stone, Plaintiff.
B. 8. Kalev.
James n . Alexander,
J. G. badler, and
A. J. Armstrong,
James W. Alexander and J. G. Sad
dler, non-resident defendents will take
notice that a petition has been filed in
the above entitled action, tho object of
which is to obtain satisfaction of a cer
tain mortgage on lots one and two (I and
2) in block twenty-six (0). in Red Cloud
Webster Co., Neb., irivon by Henry
Kaley, and Elizabeth Kaley tc "aid Jas.
W. Alexander and J. G. Sadler to se
cure the payment of a promissory note
named therein, plaintiff being the as
signee nfoaid note and mortgage, peeks
to deprive the several defendents of any
estate or lien which they may have in
said premises. You will also take notice
that you are required to answer said
Setitioo oa or before the 1st day of
Joiix R. Willcox.
n43-4t Attorney for Plaintiff.
OLD AN U N HJ V.
TH PEOPLE'S MAGAZINE.
Conducted by Edvcnrd E. Hale.
Is sew completing it Eighth Volume and
Fourth year: and now enjoys aa ettablbhed
reputation for Brilliancy, Interest. Courage.
0od 9 ease aa J Ability.
Iafatare.it will continue to supply better
aad better reading for both Amasemeat and Ia
struetioe. It therefore suits three chuses of
our cuiseas partiealariy, namely ;
Jfarajf PrgpU. Middle-Aged PevpU, and.
TO TUBE WE OFFER:
The bet existing combination of Brilliant
Light Readier, antertainiac Instruction, aad
Feastee and DHaleresteJ Discauion of Li v
ing Topics. For iastaace. we are to have a set
of s art torie by Mr. Hale, the best writer of
short ataries on thiseoatineat: romedelichtfal
papers no practical a-t sahjects by Rev. K. St.
J oka Tyrwhitt, the ceomplished art writer aad
favorite pupil of Kuskin : papers oncaehtopiea
as the Railroad Freight'quertinn. rfae Fraere
Assoeiatiea aad 'Secret Society qaeatioB. the
Currency question, besides Novels. Essays, 'Na
tcral History, etc.
A saw. tbe beet account of New Pablieatioas.
and New Waste, on the priaeiple of telling what
they are, so as to shew whether you waatthem
Asa, a few Back Volumes (for the areseat
oaly). very eheap. via., at tZJW for single
Totaeaes. aeatty boaad ia doth : the whole set
of serea volames. through Juae. l"C3."for IUJC;
or eight volames thrccgn December, IR73 (whea
ready 1 fur UJC! de i vereJ at this oSee.
A raw. a remarkably wet I sheeted aal eeo
aomieally arraaged Clabbicg List, afbrdiag aa
immeaae variety from whiea to ehoeee the sett
af readies? y waat.
ANaw eseir Prvmslmeaw. Tlsu, riswgt A
aeuafcernt ear great liked Chmmoliths, Ca
im e." which shell be given oat " fret eome
aeat served." t sakritwr pajiag f4.es ia a4
Taaeeat this oBVe. as ieag as taeyla.(vis. the
Straw . Ta each aew aahseriber. besides the
fmrasaeeitha. it it i ia time to get it. three smat
bereef the mage tile. raaa.aeathefcreissab
TMrS, Aay twe. at year dlsareliisa. oatfof
gnviasa ismted by the America rhta-Lkbo-
MKaail the ahevm. Mr. HatVa 3C
CSamtwaeiHeTT - tltw sjejse nIasrralv
aeearChritsaas .iftUee bawerisjr paw ism
4iaaslraasaattassee BKFORK Dee. 1st.
ROBERTS BROTMKRS. PaW
! VALLEY HOUSE!
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
JOS. C. WARNER, - - - Proprietor.
This Hotel is entirely new. having been built
the present seeeon. and is titled up with' regard
COhTCST AND COXTSftSVCV.
BOARD BY THE DAY A WEEK
At reasonable rate.
A large and commodious 6TOSE 3TA1LK
has jus been added to the prcmuea.
asT Good Barber in atteadaace at the House
City Meat Market
FRED D. HUMMEL,
ths jut-t opened a Meat Market on
Webrter street, next doo? ermth of Park's
Shoe Shop, where he will keep an(? seli
fresh meats of all kinds.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEF CATTLE, HOGS,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
, led QtOli. Vahraska.
Brown & Hucuinber,
Carpenters & Builders
2d Cloud, Xeoraski.
Is prepared to make cuttoiates aad take con
tract for all kinds of buildingi. 27-td
JOSEPH1 A. rKERV.
FSANSLIV CIT7, Fraaklil Cointj Keb;
IK RED CIiOUD.
Opposite !rhr A t'o.
DRUGS, STATION: BY, FINE
pure wines 4 liquors,
And the thousand and one things usually
kept in jsimtlar establishments con
stantly on hand and for sale
CHJCAr FOH CAHIL
Call and 3ee.
MRS. 11. F. LVTZ.
NOW IS THE BEST TWE
Thb B & M. R. R. LANDS
IN WEBSTER CO. NEB.
Are now in market, and arc offered at
ImC TiittS and 05 TKJf TEARH T1MK to
actual settlers, at rates 7aryinr from
$1.50 to $5,00 per acre
With a liberal deduction for cash in
TIirc lands arc among the best in
the Republican Valley, and are
UNSURPASSED FOR FERTILITY
and beauty of Location.
RED CLOUD - - NEB.,
LOCAL laiXf ft WS13TU COTOTT,
Will at ail times be ready to rive all
information in regard to location of brad,
terms of payment, Sic.
TfiZ FOLLOWQTO SXTSAvTS
From the Circulars of the B. & 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 threa eanal PrU
paying one-third down, oae-tkM ia oae
year, aad one-third in two years, with
interes at tea per cent. annaaQy; or he
can hare tex ykars' time ia which to
asake-ap the mm by taiaU aaaaal pay -ments
at six per-ceat. interest.
Most bay on this tatcr piaa of
TEN YEARS' CREDIT 1
In which case the purchaser tviys
at the outset one year's interest at six
pet-cent- on the price. He awakes three
other payments, each of six per aeat'
at the conmiencasent of the seeoasj,
third aad fourth year. At the coataeac
Bt of tho fifth year, he pays oae-
eyeath of the ptiaetpal and oae years
interest on the remainder, and the ause
at the coBJBsenctaeat of each sacaeaerre
year oatil all has beea paid at the earn
of tea years. Aay bayer caB pay ia ftiH
at aay tiase and get a warraaty ieed free
of arf iaeasabraaee.
Bayers 00 or long aad geaar oae erai
it of tea jears, are expected ta settle
aad iarprere their laaa at their earMeet j
conreakaee. say wttaw owe or two year
so astoiatprore ahaat three taaths o
the land boaght, within three jean frees
data of panhesr
Mr Better tarata hare aarer heaa af
rWe4 aad prebahiy arrerwiJhe-.
ajfrW uTtta ampanaw aad aar
A. CARBER & CO.
Boots A Shoes.
Hats and Caps,
And everything usually kepi iu country etorcs.
Give ns a call, examine k'cods, ioQuire price., and be convinced tiat iki
place to trade is AT HOME.
Take pleasure in informing the citizen of ltcd Cloud, and the Publie
that they lieve opened out and have on hand a new and complete stock af
Staple a FtaHcy Groceries
Of Ctcfy name and variety. ?electd
the People of of
CALL AD MEG OUR ITOCK
We have &u, a fine Stock of
DRY GOOD. Boots & fthdg
BKKEXZF.X 4 Co., Ild Cloud, wU
POTTEk & PERKY
Take this method to Inform the PUBLIC that they have Juil
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
Consisting ta part af
calicoes, dark, light ac pink, '
ciiambk&i. dklainks. lawns.
vhkss trimm1n(js a linings.
corsets k skirts, vails a olovfs,
. . . bleached and unulkachkd muslim
table Linens, a toweling. .
PANTS, OVER ALLS & SlIIRTlNO.
BOOTS fc SHOMf II ATS A CAPS,
COFFEE, SUGABS 4 TEAS if all Kfndl,
Canned FrurU, Oyttwft and Crackers,
Chewini and Sseking Tobaccos.
PLOliRe MEAL & BACON.
And everything usually kept in a First Class Dry Goods & Grocery Hut:
Potter .A Perry.
Bed Clsud. Nebraska -
W. L. VANAL8TYNE
RED CLOUD, - - JVEBRASElA.
PINE LUMBER LATH, 8HINCLEf
-mamr wsswamw w m - ww v mm asawv wpWW
Lime Tarred Paper Etc
Aad every Article anally kept ia a First Cka Lasher Yard. jf
I GUARA5TEE TO DUPLICATE ANT BILL THAT CA!f BS GO
AT JUNIATA OH HASTINGS.
jour muT, pufiUiM.
Kegfjlartrfat wtl ha made hat
JUNIATA aad ! CUUD
OwTaemiars aad Wedaeaaaya of eaeh
week. IshaU be pleated tn carry pa
ataain afea the days sBctirforied, teew
ag Jaaiata,at 6 A. m. on Taeadsys,
aad lad Ckajd at 6 a. ., Weaaadayv
ZO A CO,
wilh tK.t:ial rrferenca
the Republican Valley.
10V YOUR HE0E PUNTS
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