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THE RED CLOOD CHIEF.
T2S KILL ST TH3 21VS3.
FKOM TH OEtAX.
From the old nrr-y mill on th- river side
I looked oVr the flooded plains.
VhTe tho mountain stream?, that came
Arc swelled ly the nutuiiin rain.
A lr.nir. fcrischt tj from the fadirj West
Tin firl tin; Fiich clinrrh j anf :
And the Millcn land looki drearier -.till.
V.'Lile the little light remain.
You 'too 1 hr my 'id- in : vn-r K'.nc.
And suiod n the landfoipe fulr.
lu thKlden Klcatn of the dying day.
Thatlichted the coils of your hair.
iVhilcthe xrtAt wiil- wheel ent litweM
That went on in adanrin? rill:
Like the well-worn wheels, are sMll.
The merry rirulft at mv f-et
Tlnn on in a clocvmio now:
In thebaytof locgaKO.
-the plctn'or of snnf ot fmlm an J die.
In the twilitchtco'd nml ray:
Ad the tWobs that glad leced our hoj.c
Forever had pawed away.
For ft peaceful reft 1 have vnKht in vain ;
Hut the cornir.c .ley with their change
"Wi.l give mo !i in'ml I iav '''- r,,l'u,1
In the jears so sa-J and fclrange.
L tuck sotnc nlo traps apart an' got t
long piece o' Huiall wire, nigb outer
fifty yards. Tlieu I pull ther bullet
outcn my rifle, and put in a ratubustin
big load o' powder, then a big wa 1 ;
au' tben tuck tbc kiver oil o titer
warmer ov ray iron ramrod. Nixt I
fastened titer wire ier tber Mi? tend o
teer rod, an' kik-d it into tber pun.
Then I put in tber rauiucr, an' all
.rar reddy fcr work.
'Off I travels to tber camp o' tber
iDsiuea au pushed through ther
bushes. IfTd had tber tixmo iu-iu
nfcgew, kidu't a put em better ier
ray plan. They war hold'n' a sort o
kouncil, an I had a guessed purty
nigh wbatcrbout. I tuck an' bent
ther barrel o' my gun a leetle, so's ter
form a kind o' quarter cirkil, an' tbui
1 war reddy. I forpot to tell you that
they war all sittin' in cirkil rou::d the
fire. I krawlcd up as clus es I kud
an' takiu' good aim pulled the trigger.
"I-ust thimi I knowed, the nun war
jerked outcn my hands, 'uu throwed
mc about ten feet airin a tree that
nearly broke my neck. I beerd a mo-t
orful howliu' 'an yellin, 'an soon es I
KOt up, 1 looked tor see how my plan
had worked. I fiuv a big yell an' sot
up araal ole brakedown, for thar they
war. all on 'em ft rune on that wire
ju-t like fo many fi-h ! Ycr see tber
screw on ther eend ther ramrod war
miclitv shorn au' ther gun war a pow-
ei Oil shooter. Titer rammer bad bit
sound, with the oa'ra still on the thole
pins. There were several casts aim
barrels as well as boxes that the whale
had stored aw:.y at different tttue.
and two groat fish still alive.
"As I becin to fed hungry, we
built a small fire, although the whale
was so tat I was afraid it would ca.cu
fire, and cooked a lot of fish. After
dinner w.c set to work to see what was
the state of cur larder To our great
joy two of the cc.-ks proved to be fine
old Fiench brand, an4 fixing a sptcot,
... ,,-n onnn tnst:nc its contents, by
,k r.,.r.il. To tell tite truth and
shame the gentleman in t-lack, we 'Ot
dead drunk, and after having a little
.-crimuiage, we lay down and went to
sleep in each other's arms.
'The next day, or when we awoke,
Tom produce 1 a greasy, well-thumbed
deck of cards, and we played seven up
hv the hour, for the drinks, so that we
"' . - 1 ' . 11 .1 . .!-
ware drunk pretty near two-tnirus oi ( ,mp0rtrint to th worn tnai me emu
.t.n ti,A Well, time iased away .,, )C known, that the number of
verv t.leasantly, aud a? the whale tne house, rent and description thereof
i r.. t. c l. n.mt iiivr vrn weri! ,,..!, ,a nncnrfitoii. aceri;iiiji;u auu
"lUJIll' liCiii u-ii i: u";i , siiuum ui. ....v..-..
supplied with food. The only acci-
rcd were caused u
A Ucxnectus QuerLi.
The Boiton papers are discussing a
questioo of vast literary interest. Who
wrote the John Brown song ? The af
fair seems ai deeply mysterious as the
"Beautiful Snow," and "Betsvy and
I Are Out." U is a suriou-s matter,
and should not be trifled with. So far,
it is mutually acrecd tbat the mu-io
was condensed from certain old Meth
odist camp-meetim: ongs, and wa
first un.' hv the Twelfth Massachu
setts regiment, while Hall's Ban J wa
the first to play iL Ot c.mrse it orig
inated in Boston; every South Sea In
lander with a grain of sonm ktrws
that: but who compod those lofty,
an! eternal words, "We'll hang .lefl"
NOW IS THE BEST TIME
"' -fv: !sx
Davis to a sour apple tree?" Wa
this gush of patriotism first breathed
in a Causeway street attic, or as is
more likely, from the fragrant produce
...ni-i-ntc nf Pntiiiiiprpiil street. It is
Ul'll'' "J " --." -
A rot by your udc.in the Crav-yard Krecn.
Overlookiui? the Kray old mill :
AVhe'. thoitonn-to.-cd watcrbofHfe.forme
Like it! well worn wheel, are Mill.
SHOOTIKCr 7ITZ L01Tu BOT.
ther first Ii.jun plum behind ther car
an' through the neck, au so on until
(hot whole forty-nine wor ntrung on
,.r , thr- t.into' thor iron was sunk
I d. hi in er the trunk 'o a tree ! Some-
how ther wire had caught holt o titer
eend o' ther gun, so 'at they kudn't
..til! off. Fact, by golly.
tr. ..;. .r.vrr,;l vears ao. wlulc ' 1 run out u KnoeKoa """
our party wore encamped on H .quo . tlur head an' raided thar ha'r. forty
river, Oregon, foiiip ninety mile, from j ,r,ne o' them. Then I bid thar guns
it mouth at the point where .lump- , an ammynmon, an a.tui -,.. .
dents that oe -nr
the whale, in play, I suppose, rolling
over and over, and if our floor hadn't
been very soft, the boxes and barrels
would have been erur-hed to a jelly.
As it was we got some pretty hard
knocks, but a ta-.te f brandy cured all
"One dav our bouse seemed to get
t t r
filed away among the national arcrmes
with Washington's toothpick and
IN WKBSTEU CO. NEB.
Are now in market, and are offered
at low rales and ON TKN YEAiis TIME
to actual settlers, at rates varying trom
.!... ..- l.. . :ni.K mv vU-'f'H' anl
1 am now a in in mm, i..i-ij i- --.i - . - , , ...
,7 !".!. t.;.. . ;.. tl.n. Hnr.UvMr.j hue. at i.nws that dct
generally, un ;ui)u.is " ""-
tiou. My motto ts
"Small Profits and Quick Sales, for the Ready CASH
1 keep a general assortment of HauLvaie an 1 a full li- . f
TH1M.MIMIS. HN AKK, b" J.V,
and MASONS TOOLS. SADLh.K llAlvll-
-:u: - -
NAILS, and HOUSE
WAKE, a full assortment.
S. CARBER & Co.
The following is a literal report of a
speech delivered in Bowling Oreen.
Ky.,bya candidate for the office of
jailor : 'Fellow citizeus : Wbero are
my opponents? Why, gentlemen, they
are nowhere. I feel uiy-eli' as much
-4 tu n 4i nfiracrft ..,itM.'B cum'i'K sini-N. hoe. w;
.vv .v . r runrp. o..y . "-L-,)M sro AK uoXES.
St. J BATH tilUCK.
M. B. NSCKSTT,
nos- set ?rniNi;s.
KT J. K. FArCKH.
off-Joe creek cmplics into it, 1 liearu
1 1. a f,,llnwinf? stories, and as I have
enjoyed many hearty laughs over them.
Iventuro to transcribe them, trusting
that others will find tbm as atrreeablc
us I did. Only premising that I do
not vouch for their veracity, but re
late the tales as they were told me.
We were lying or sitting around a
rousing fire, smoking, laughing and
miking, when a short, dumpy man
approached us, coming from a train of
t migrauts tbat were encamped ou the
ppoiite side of tb- creek. Bob Bear,
'" vTiu was sitting by my .-ilc, uttered a
lung, low whistle, and whispered.
"By iehokns, Joe. now we'll have
some fun I That ar' the doggondist
linr outcn jail, and I'll draw him outen
--j-., tdlin' some o' hit tall yarns.
T irnh.rtX, uur -t 7inooin,
hHVhnnter, h'lwl,"r wijc -,o..tb,
battered "itovcpipo" bat. cocked
sine, v" iut-
. t ..i...., ..... ,.iw,nnnk uh i tKi?.um in a
very much excited at something, and ' ' . lho rounil he
and part ot , i'-"" ; .: .i
crawls on. I call on you in me u.iww
of the shaggy-headed lion which whip
ped the American eagle; I call on you
ij the name of the peacock of liberty,
which flowed over the Kocky Moun
.,;: m i-oiiie to mv rescue. Come
nrescuttv a couple of oars and p:
a boat came into eur room. Tom was
at the bow of the craft, knocking in
the head of a keg, holding the candle
iu one hand. I was sitting on the
afterthffart of my boat, holding to the
Th: niuecs of the bout struck
naN T 12 pieces ot tltu ooai mtuck - - - - , . ,
oars i i ,.,im..,l(i ftIf. u-i., i on Monday next, and promote Dick to
Tom s shouiui.r atiu knockeu tne iigtit i " .... im
'" n, ,rtwn jflfll tllp x.P.r tho office tu which he perspires. When
out of bis h'tnd down into tne kc.. .
V , , n- k . ii.,-1, vou shall have ben dead, and the
Instantly there came a blinding flash, i ia" u . .,.,, ,,,,.
more beaver, I pulled up staKes an
left those dmgins.
"An now stumi'.v, I guess as bow
I'll take that treat!" aud ho winked
at me ns be spoke.
The woods and hill" fairly shook
with the roar of lauchter that arose
from the powerful lungs of our party,
as the trapper concluded hia story.
But Lum would uot give up beat, and
"Hold on, my pet, don't holler be
fore you're out of tbu woods. I havn't
had my chance yet."
"What," said Bear, "you don't
moan ter say ycr kin beat that yarn !"
.k t i
with an assumed air ot astonisnmcni.
"I don't know but I can try," coolly
remnrked Fields, and renewing bis
quid he-began his story
. roiri ron ouo
vcjy i -' . ,, i i,,,,,..
wbolc, u handsome, jouy, -
care sort of a fellow, one who evidently
loved tbo creature comforts and a good
story. , m i
"Uello, Lum, ycr lyiu ra.'ktl, how
do ycr flourish now Y" yelled Bob.
"Hello yourself, longlcgs, don't call
decent people by your own name."
tvas the answer- "Got any room, for n
He was welcomed, and in a short
time Bob bad got up a bet with him,
s to who could relato the most won
derful adventure, leaving it to the
party to deeido.
"0. K. shanks," s-aid Lum, "pitch
ahead, and the ono that, loses is to
treat the crowd, I'll tnko my grog
"iWt be snatched, squatty, tbc
drinks may be on you."
Brar begun bis yarn in this wise
"It war nigb onto fifteen ya'rs ago,
tbat I war trappin' in titer 'Grand
Roud' on Roud nver. 1 war all alone
oxceptin' the redskins au' 1 warn't
over au' abovo friendly with 'em a
v,.r kin iudco. I bad a ole smr vth
hrrethen, tbat carried an ounce bail,
an' it war a most powerful sboo t I
camped in a hollow tree, 'bout halfa
ruile from tbc river.
"Well, ouo day as T war g wine bum.
1 run acrost a powcrfu' big trail. In-
'cunvl-tell 'er t10"' J cnsxA ft fcw
3thec, for I knowed thet they'd see my
track, an' Uko as not find me a well
s 'my traps. 1 was haviu' mighty
good luck an' hated ter leave, so I
kivcred up my trail ter tbc treo, an'
fixed a place msido ther hollar, ter
, ..:.. in mlint hnnnnnpll
WaS mil U puuilii lu iv '!
to me a few year ago. I was the first
mato of the ship 'Naw Bedford,' a
first-class whaler. Wo were cruising
in the North Sea, and had nearly a
full cargo aboard. I was lying in my
hammock below deck, smoking a pipo,
when the cry 'There she wows
blows !' came from the lookout on the
maintop I ran on duck and sure
enough there was a four-hundred bar
rel right whale, spouting and fri-kitig
about not halfa mile from the ship.
"Of course the boats were lowered,
mine leading, and pulling like mad for
the fish. As his head was turned from
us he didn't see tbo boat, and I stood
up in tbo bow to make tbc cast. As
the iron left my hand, I heard a loud
shout from tbc captain's boat, and as
i i - -1,1 ...Ant li,11 tirnVi
our wnaie souuucu, u m.n. u.... ...,-
water not a doz"ti yards away, directly
in our course. He opened bis enor
mous mouth, and before I conld cut
the line, our boat was drawn full
against bis nose. The bull opened bis
mouth, and I gave a big jump, but a
T was terriblv frightened, I jumped
right down his throat! The next
thine I knew, the bow of the boat I
had jut left thumped mc in the side ;
I looked in it, but the men had all
jumped out, and I was the only one of
the boat's crew that had been swal
lowed. "1 began to think over all the
prayers I had ever heard, whn I
heard a melancholy voice utter :
" 'Who is this that comes to keep
mc company in my living tomb?'
"As you may imagine, 1 was greatly
surprised at bcariug the souud of a
shipmate's voice iu this strange place,
and asked wno he was. and how long
he bad been living there ?
a thundering report, and our house j
was torn into a thousand fragments.
The barrel had been full of gunpowder
and we were blowu up 1
"I felt myself sailing through the
air, till grasping the oars, the buat,
wonderful to relate, was whole and
sound, and I was still in. Then I be
gan to fall ; presently the boat struck,
the water, but fortunately was not
swamped. As soon as the spray
ceased falling, I looked around, and
there, not a quarter of a mile distant,
was m -hip, the old 'New Bedford !'
; I Hilled along-ide, nnd wa welcomed
as one from the grave. 1 told my
story and found that I had ben an
occupant of the whales stomach over a
month. That the whalo bad been
sighted by the lookout, and the boats
lowered. One boat was fast and an
other one chawed up when the explo-
vw . . - T-. Vf a f(
1 .M T ..1!.. V..rw1 ! chIa Atl
rccojiuizea uum a ciimwvu iut . .
"Poor Tom was never seen again,
and I expect the poor fellow's goni
aloft." and Lum wiped away an im
"Yc, I guess so too," remarked
Bob, rising to his feet and doffing his
"Here, Lum, take mv bat ! I thort
I war purty good on a lie, but I bev
to -hut clam when ycr 'round. Yer'a
mighty little feller, Lum, but ycr am
the darndest liar this side o' nowhar
"Then you give up beat do you?
inquired Fields. ...,,., ,
"Ye, leave! Let slicker! and
we adjourned to the emigrant train
where tlm needful could be obtained.
Mao York Weekly
i7rwn hriors shall have entwined them
selves around your graves, then will
your son3 come to mo and say, Pick,
some years ago our fathers voted for
you for the office of failorhip of War
ren County; tben will I say roll on.
thou silver moon, I will be with thee
till the Last day in the evening."
A Goai Drini for Earvest.
A friend sends the following for
publican: "1 oz. hops; two table-
ppoonfuls of ginger ; one gallon of
water, hoi' well; then add L pint of
good molasses; oz. essence ot spruce
nr wmtprrrrpen. yet to co'd ; then add
a cup of hop yeast. I'onr into sweet
cask or jar, cover with thin cloth.
After two day? pour off into bottle.
Cork well and put in cool, place. Into
one bottla it might be well to put a
teaspoonful of spices, cloves, black
and cinnamon ; alter bottling
With a liberal deduction for cash in
These lands arc among the best in
the Republican Valley, and are
UNSUIU'ASSED Fun l'EKTTLir ;
and beauty of Location. j
Lee Estell. j
RED CLOUD- - AA.t
LOCAL AGENT FCS WEBSTER COUNTY,
Will at all timca be ready to give all
information in regard to location of
land, tcrtua of pawnent, A:c. J
7ES FOLLOWING SS73ACTS j
From th Circulars of the B. & M. K. j
K. Co., will in a measure explain their I
.i,-,,u nml tlm niiwintaires offered. I
IkllUtJ IS 111 m.. ---ta
The purchaser can pay cash, or di
vide the amount into three equal
parts, paying one-third down, one
third in one year, and one-third iu two
years, with interest at ten per cent,
annually : or he can have TKN ykaks
time in which to make up the sum by j
small annua! payments at six percent,
Most buy on this latter plan of
will do, instead of pain killer, for your
harvest bands who are sick from
drinking too much cold water. Co
TEN YEARS' CREDIT!
In which case the purchaser pays at
the outset one years' interest at six
percent, on the price. He makes
throo other payment, each of six per
cent at the commencement of the
?econd, third and fourth years. At
the commeneouient of the fifth year,
he pays one-seveuth of the principal
and one years interest ou the remain
der, and the enino at tbu commenoe-
MilL.L,...lii.ii,.M9.1u '-tr '!"'.
Any buyer can pay lfffnflatwanyTt!mc
aud get a warranty deed free of all incumbrance.
THE CKJCAGO LUMBER YARD I
Keeps cwutllitly o: hsni the larSl .lock of Pry line U.Ur ... t!..
MLOl ; JLMS HAS, a-
and all kinds of
BIJU,I)1A l A T JS RIAL.
Our stock is well selected and purchased direct from the rarts, aud i!l he
sold as low as the lowest.
0j1juiz 4V renvoi:,
j Br Goods, ,
fi'kx iti: ine.
And u Urxt X'urhjlff rfoiliir
Ou Stwk or.lrT t'0d lL3 U" .
cctotl with .Hpuuitil mfriico b I
rvantn of th l'ql, ami Mii-!
, pirt ot
j FINE 1KK-?S c;ot)lS, CALM Oi
' BRdWN ,V BLEACHEl Ml
LINS. i'RI.VlS. CHECKS.
i r. IN (HI A MS. ,Vo. ,v.
Th Lidias of Wowtoi ipttniv
' iirn riH.jtltHy iimtod t. ..xiuimu
'. !W UKk of
sw - i 5Wff
" 'Mv name is. or was lum
tny furs an' pelts I Mowed to sleep J fond, first mate of the brig "Sally
thar too, and as I had lots o' dried Ann," and uear a I can judge, haro
huffier an' ven'seu, 1 tbort I'd lay low Dacn in hero nearly two months,' wa
for a bit an' see if ther reds wouldn't the auswer, as the tuan came over to
leave those diggins. where I was sitting, and pressed my
"Well, thar I stayed for two days . band warmly. 1 now began to have
nights, net slirrlrT a peg outeu tber some hope ot escaping nna i, wr u
Ther nixt night war kind o' one man could live so mug suu-v
rJoudy, au' I thor; I'd j:o an' 'r..uiine cotild do" the same, aud tnen toia aim
inv-traps. So tuck dc Buster an' nut . mv story.
.1 "went. I found tWi pla.c all right, ' "'I am ghd to see you, shipmate,
but not my uaps h doggjned sight. ! aud if wc bad only one thing more, I'd
Nary a imp kud I find. Titer rods be satisfied. I have a lot of prime to
'd ruadd a clean sweep. Lord itow I I bacco, and am almost famished for a
did cus ter be f-urc. t swore tin titer
-... vrlr n snlnhur an' brimestone, ' you ? snia
au1 thirTlhHiit. I sot down and thunk "I pulled out my old meerschaum,
tor a -nciItheMa T. I'll find them and a water-proof match, and soon a
...,o.,.rt ;,r.j ' Mt"V.fc rr?n of T cloud of smoke was curlintr around his I and tbo woman burst into tears. Then i
v. uk u i'? c l3No I w" -- -
die for it !" o off I tramps.
"Party soon I seed a light, an eurc
cnuff. it war tlifim. Thar they sot, i pt9LUKh his nostrils, ntterinpa
in beav?r .tail - that tney a sio;t? l.-ju r-i-Mic sausracuon as nc
oStett my trap's. Ob, how mad I was, dtd so. I looked afx- founii a
u fTid old Bustur to guv one 'o bos of candles that thw j,
i MUIIkU. liall l UU fcUi FF" ---
i cniiY Titni
General Sjiinncr, the friend of
women and the aged watch-dog of the
treasury, during the late raid on the
departmental an economical congress
not only fought but came off victorious.
Wheu the committee sent for him,
and very impertinent! inquired how
many clerks be could spare from hi
bureau, be replied :
"None, sir; I have not one super
numerary. Indeed I have wort
feminine work gentlemen, for a few
When informed that it was neces
sary to cut down his fjree the old gcu
tleman waxed with wroth.
"Ry , centlemeu, he cried, 1
take that to be a vote of censure. 1
know my business by . I have no
drones in my hive ; therefore, if you
resolve to cut down my force include
me, for the president shall have my
The hunvm. hr.wever, did not come
under the restriction, and four fe-,
males received the legal notice that
their services were no longer required I
by the department. WMien the fact
pinched the ears of old Spin, be called
his clerks, male and female, before
him and said :
Fellows, an attempt is being made
to turn some of you out
r... .- .! . ..:. .:u
you. me iour nouueu iu qun, win
continue their work. I take the re
sponsibility, and I'll pay 'cm out of
Iia rnsptsrir fund. It couldn't be
put to a better use. Now, fellows, I
damyersouL. go to work."
The men broke into loud cheers, ,
Little Johnny wanted to go to
church. His mother was afraid bo
would make a noic, but bis father
said, "Johnny knows bettor than to
m-a-n n noise in church." So he went.
He kept very still till the last prayer
By that time be bad grown tired of
Mttine still, and wax standing on the
j.cw cushion with his back to the pul
pit. When the lady in the next scat
bowed her head for prayer, Johnny
thought she was crying. He leaned
over and said to the lady in a tone
that was meant for a whisper, but
which was only too plainly beard,
"I'oor lady ! What ee matter? Do oo
Wines & Liquors
J. 0. POTTEli
Takes this method to Inform the Public that he has Just j
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS &
Which we fctd narrjiiteii in olii' '
fif hartrat anil M-t (mt: t vwl
brought into Soufliwi-it .Nibmki. i
which will l JJ .it 1'ru.vn llmt
uiiMtliuy m jxirl uj
' C1LIC0ES. DAHK, LBJHT.V IMNK,
i 0i CHAMI.KES: DELAINES. .LAWNS
Chewing, Smoking. Tobacco, :
OF ALL KINDS,
DltESS TBIMMIMIS ,c LI.MN-.
COBSETS ,t MvIBfS, VAILS A CLOVLS.
BLEAt'IlED AND CNBLEACHED MUSLINS
The remark of a little S year old on
Monday was in accordance with the
wish of many people. "Mother," he
uid, "I wish I was built like a ben
wop, out of lath, and then the breeze
could blow right through mc."
The difference between persevero
auce and obstinancy is, tbat one often
comes from a strong will, and the
othur from a strong won't.
A barrel marked eggs, shipped from
Wabash, fnd., to some one in War
saw, a few weeks since, hatched out
into bottles of ale.
lVsh Lager Beer from " Antelope'
Brewery, constant! on band.
TABLK LI NENS, A TO hi .1 : Ni-.
l'ANTS, 0 EUALLb & bHILIlNC,
ROOT A SUOKS, HATH VAVH,
UOFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers.
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLOUR MEAL & BACON-
ud everything uhuall kcj t in a Fir-,1 Cla- Dry o-'ds Grocery Store.
J. G-i Potter,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
W alv korp ImimiI n 'iwhl SUnlk of
j Of v.iruu kmd nml oxtm jualr"
) and for tah cithor by th juii or u.
L. 3. BALL, Prcjrfettcr.
.AIL TK CUKFKK.HMl'i-'-
RED CLOUD, NEB.
DRUG STORE RM2D CI.OUB,
W. L. VANAL3TYNE
- - ABURMSIi'i-
Kegular trips will be made between
JUNIATA and. RED CLOUD,
NV.v whep I shall be pleased to carry passengers
ey turn anv vou fellows out, by , I upon the days mentioned, leaving Ju-
" v.... i .-'. ,. v i niita, a: 6 a. i. on Wdnesdays and
ey turn me out. but 1 won t go. No . Jj and Rea riuU(1 at 6m y.
soul if 1 go a step, nor snail Thurdav aud Mondavs.
i ,. ' . I.
I.1MC ! IdlEE ! !
head. Once in a while he'd swallow J , cheruby little miss of about sixty ;
jouthful of smoke and allow it to
Maxwell & Dingee
. .. .-
ihpr bel'vaeV ; but I knowed . swallowed, and sticking one enu
that if I iid, all war up wi' Cab Uear, j in a junk bottle that I had picked up,
so I ieldBjy bosses. I thunk again, j we soon bad a light on the subject. I
I run back ter ther ole oat I now soowevi arouna our raoer rapa
m"- st-r J "'ri- -1 "S1 nirrevcngc
: ciO' jyiu and found roybo.it ss.'tvi ' vout'c."
tlir.w lpr arms around his neck and I
, . ... .. ii ,,A , I With to inforrs the peklie thxt thy Jure
kissed mm. At this ad rushed at that m;2wi'- preparation' -, maaafactaai
bcneroleut fweirer aud be wa nearly ; Uac. aa-l wUl keep oa had
to met the demand of the jaUie. whljli
111 be told at -cajonaile rales.
IN RED CLOi:i. j
OMositc Garner A Co. i
DRUGS, STATIONhRY FINE
SOAPS, SP1CE0, I
Patent Medicins ;
PURE WINKS k LlQl'OKS,
And the thousand and one things usu
ally kept in similar establishments
constantly on band and for sale
CHEAr For. CASH.
Call and Sec.
PINE LUMBER, LATH, SHINCELS
Lime, Tarred Paper, Etc-j
And ever Article usually kept in a Pint t1a.- Lumber Vard.
And -vorythitig elw tn that Line.
Canned Fruits in VarietY.(
TOU.KX'O A: VlUMl.
FLOUR vS: MEA-&
BOOTS & SHOES-
To t utl the wants f ererjbo'ly.
Wc wih tocail the atwnlion of lb-;
1 1 GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE ANY BILL THAT CAN HE GO!
T JUNIATA OR HASTINos.
suffocatel, for the thermoaieter stood (
atniaetv. fiithfngtoi Capital. j
, , Y .l-. A - 1a M.an
e CtiUa is tamer w iuc uiu.
"nieVky Gumfoozelum on a bust,.
h leen mamd vcr
m pc bri-J je a
JOSEPH A. PEER',
TAA'.PA Y1SG A GEXT.
ra&SSKT KIT, ?rilis ZrsXT 5"
TMEOOORB F IIAUXES
Attorney at Law.
Xt wa Crr "
Red CJo 1.
Attorneys at Law.
RED CLOUD. - - - - KB.
I. W. TiLLEVS,
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
OfSee 3d door South of Court Hoo.
Surveyor of Webster Ca
Will ipmlltt rlfciv'j ee ewwlcacc j,roai-UT-i-L sjl J
Orfen for work arfcj .-t CJr t o-e. , ttz M p, ( UxeJ. '
pt rvjje ,d.lrr--"-.U- Trir,- .. KIVEhTOX-rBAXWyO. .?E3.
tb. " u i
1 Public to thj fitot tbat we ara toruot-
7 keeptn? on hiad'a.fuM aottmetlof
Good whwb we wHl ydk at
ii 11 &4d &mm.
For CVh. Call sod iaok at ctr Gjj-J
atd d oot'fiH to iuiuir tlic frk. ,
S. GARBEB k CO
Red Cion .Vrb:
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