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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1874)
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THE KED CLOUD CHIEF.
CL. MATHER, -
SATURDAY, AUGUST S. 1874.
CEPl'JIUCi!k TVTK COAVKS-
A Repub!Ican,Sraic Convention will
be held at-thc City of Lincoln, on
Wkdxksdav, Sett 2nd, 1S74,
af 3 o'clock p. iil. for the purpose of,
pacing in notim.ntion one candidate j
SLit. TiAnrir. So. rif.t..ml".t.t" nf I
-, T " '- f .--,- ,..
rial i-trict i7i!l notiiinite.a tnntible
prrron !-r I'wriet ai.orney tor ttieir
'SiKinniies ate entitled
todelepato upon the following basis
Counties cat of the Sixth 1. M
.lirtulii-b enmh.l to one delepate lor ,
aeh 1,(KK. itlJiabitant, according to.
iliecen-us tLn duiiug toe current ,
aiid one fjr ojchfractiou over
f)O0. Rut each organized county shall
be iixtl.il to at !ent one 'b'lepa'c
Oigamzed ctitiuiie wo.it ot the Oth
I. M. shall be 4-ntitl-il to one dele
pate each, and one additional delegate
for each 1.0UU it.habitim, accoiding
in the c.Mi, aforai.l, and one for
auh nactiui! ov:r 5t, a Jollows:
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AntiHis..... ) .loItiT-on ...5
zi.,,.1,,..., ini.n.n -.
Roone ..'. li Ke.irney 1
Hurler 4,Keith ..
4 ,1uucaster 1 1
.... liiui'oin .'!
.. 10 M.idion 4
I Menick 4
... .NciiiHlia H
...5 Nuekulli 'J
.-'! I'awnec i
i ii rc
pteMkU X) 1
Oj I 1bV !
...7 Kfd Willow -2
. I Saline
' Saunders ...
. .. ir
I'lnua - ca.d .
Frotifer 1 Stanton...
Oi ' 5 Sherman.
(Jo-per 1 j I'hayer-
liarun . Valley
Hall 5 Wadiiiiftou
Howard - W;iue
Hamilton 4'Yorfc G
Holt 1 Unorganized tcr..I
rublic fiiMniftton. Jstate L'n.-nn In ! vcUh in.nl! rnin t.rf.l nlilr dmihlo tin ' bjc-k from five to fifteen year-?. J he it inhabitant.
...i . ,i ..'. i. . i - - . ... . .-.- uon.
jprci.ir, aiiu -vuuuibv "-"r' . ". j f anv ,,ri.rJtn year Wheat oab ' corn crop m the.-ame pcunnes wil! l),i the entire route of the H. & 31
ufaswav-rt H turned oul ' net be anytime like a total lw. but . Railroad we noticed that the era-
'I'l.o n.tinat.u ,.r......t K. K I...1.- ' w.ll ?tn.l flmii..?! tl. r,.r.rn .moII m-.- notitoes .;nd vcpetablcs hive sufiered honner iiave made 'ad havoc with the i
Xllr-'.fVk'?la&.ll&'ri laV.llVLlA- ..nii' i'ium.ii inw ll.IIIAW flUJU UHM
Total .GU he aid or suffer. Several modes of re-
The counties are recommended to j Yn-? have been .cugceted, but non
elect alternate tlelegate to act in cae tJ,al arc feasible, so fir as we Inow.
the ddepates elect fail to attend the t j, 0 n0ll hy Pcmo t0 rot(. Ilon(1,
Couveiition; an i the counties are re- ... . . , ,
couiuiend to exclude pnaius-for dele- for ln,,',!C cntcrrr:scs ari 1 let the poo
paten that do not re'ide in the coun i lI have an opportunity to labor in
tie, they propose to represent.
Hy order of the C'tumittee,
F. M. Johnson,
' C. II. Gekk. Secretary.
The member of the Senatorial Com
Y'C f thelith Senatoii-il Uistiict
Tert al -Hasiiilg on
ThurMlay thu JOth day of August,
IS71, at 2 o clock, p. in., for the pur-
p.-eofappo,:i,o(i,,g the de'ecatc to
the everal counti-b in the district and
., 1 . I C .1 . O
o fix the isuit and place of the bena-
torial Conveniion , and for Mich olhei
basiuess ah may come before thetu.
Will R. Gayloud,
Ch'iuu Scuatoii 1 Com.
lectin: cr tas .ic?u3.::&a saatrai com-
5-. The Republican Central Committee
ef Websster Connty, Nebraska, will
bold a. meeting at the office of the
Kkd Cloud Chief Agust 11th, 1S74.
r the purpose of fixing a lime and
plico ol holdinp a County Convention,
nod dipoinp of Mich other busiue
.s may propcily, c mo before it. A
1 1 till attendance in tier.-on or by nroxv.
.. 'I'hn iiiTT7iciiH t-nmi'rl iro flip liipm
ib ?vs . -. .t-"- r. "-";-
iirra oi iiic t-iMiiuiuice .
RedCloud C. L. M.-rthcr
Guide Hock W. Rker.
WaluutCiecK W. J. Vane'
Oak Creek Tho. C. Laird
lis tin. ..... M L Thoaia-.
Harmony L S. Miller.
C. L Mather,
Ch'm'n Cen. Com.
The Land Department of the Bur
lington & Missouri River Railroad com
pany are engaged in procuring the bet
uiples,f the agricultural, mineral
and other products of Nebraska
Their purpose is to use these samples
in illustrating through the East the
resources of this portion of our State.
All persons who'havc samples which
SA-ta above purpose, particu
larly ntaides of the crop of 1S74,
should atldrcs the Deirtment. The
faB value will belaid for all article,,
supplied, oaatnev can be forwanled
bv exmrotsat the expense of company.
- - packages and correinndpnce
tW ould be addre&wd to Txn Commis
siover B. & M. JL R . Burlington.
TtIE FuMmrtf GttxetH is not exsctly
pleased with the plan of representation
for thej-jianng Republican State con-
Iob. Nor arc we, bat consider it
the best that could be done nnder the
present Mtnation of affairs. The rapid
t growth ofthe western counties and the
that they are almost to a m-n
RpbiTcaBiB our view entitles them
4o-come consideration, but just where
CtO ilraw the line in onler to pive abso-
. . Mn
sa7 helustice, is wc-c&ife. levond our
c?r'?- 3uie will rectify all the
fcu i'"oMU3 uijwa uun lib tusoe ana
i " t3 uui iii iir r-:iii uiuicuiiies.
The address..' iho National Re
publican Central Committee is a-verv
plain and piacUcal docuuivnt, and
the ablest aad ukm hbmrs one ever J
hj..--,. - ..
ad'Prs oor.Mder the real es-
"of the iddre? in a fnmre ia-
j 0V that the grasshonpers have.
'left and the first feeling of despond
ency has lial time to cool down, it w
well to look the field re'r and consider
what is bcrt to be done. That the
destruction of the corn crop is genera!
and almost absolute, is a Tact bejond
contradiction. What to do, or what
is bet to do under thcfe cirrum
stances, it now the general topic of
di-cnMnn anion? individuHl and
the various newf-naporri throughout
the State. Our view of thr ff-e i-
tlJjt Iliat'ters nre not as ja,j as t,t.y
""B,,t be' L,"t t',r?nir an "n"
lirrrn hrrndrh of irrou-d as tmt in
- - - - - - .- - - - r
' not be mi in the udiul nandard. the
, L.rhter amount ofacrcprown will five
' a hiW inc-iest-0 over the tora' prdu -
' tion of any previous year. The price
I which are ofiured for thce prains are
r.,;r as C0IIUiarc.J wit, ,)rt.viou4 venr-.
.... . .. . . , "
:,,,, w,!l P,",:,,,1' be "wn-a! otn-
' what. A fir a-we can judpc from
1 0nr own obe'vatinn ami the account.
of t,C nPWSp:iTlPr, throughout the
,, . ... . . ,
J St;l,p' thcre W,M be abnut as n,,,ch
I produce in uon"v value a the Stat"
j i:,d lat ve'ir. T' i-, however, is not
j fl, pvciJv ,;.tri,lte(I a, llcretorre
among the lariners. lor all were accu-
, , , ,
tomel to plant more or les corn, at d
i a jiortion only put in wheat or other
Takinp the State at large we cee no
reason for any preat amount of die-
tress. As recants certain iwjivniinl
ponded entirely on the corn crop have
lost everything. Thi is partieulaily
the cae with the fiontier countie of
ihe.St.'itf A trrent nroinrfiin nf the
settler, went in la-t year and the pa-t
rinc, and depended on sod corn
which usually pive about h ilf a crop.
This has been vcp away, leavine
fiiothinp: and as a consequence the
' fnttler- will be oblicd to I"ivi 'ho
' country if they do not rec.-ive public or
private assistance from more favored
or wealthier parts of the country.
Some will be able to help themselves
on their own credit but others have
no credit, or prospective mode of re
lief. These will have to receive pub-
order to ecure the means of suste
nance. Some think that public loan
can he effected, etc , etc. T! ere are
objections to all theso, thouch in case
ofanv preat enicrpeney anv of them
would b better than nothine Our
idea is that the pfopl wait till the
real extent of damage i- known and
then take pome inoort of action that
w; ,)r-I)c tic r(,,ipf af fl)0 -, ;.
' ., . . . ,
bl-erponso. or outlay, and wlnf plan
' "' "e tne D"r an ne (letcrnineu tict-
' i . . ., . .
tcr hereafter than at p-esont.
Tiik . & M Rai'roail Co. hivead-
, vanoed the rates of fieicht to such no
! extent that it now costs about ten
, cent more per buliel to .htp win it
(0 (-j.iaigo thin heretofore. Jt at
. , r
present, when .eirc:tv ot money.
prasshoppers, ami the pcie-n! elepre
sion of buines serve to render the
condition of the farmers anythinp but
pleasant, this move on 'he part of the
railroad companp is nothinp but op
pression. Thin will hardly fail to em
bitter the feelinps of the people against
a corporation capable of this great
Prof. Wilher lectured before the
Teachers' Institute at Crete last week.
Ho told hi audience that coal wil1
never be found in Nebraska in paving
quantities. Prof. Aughey and Prof.
Wilb-r must reason from widely diff
erent premises, as their conclu-ions are
o completely at variance At the pres
ent writing Prof. Auchey'i prognosti
cations about coal are at a serious dis
count in this part ofthe State. Bent
The following succctions from the
State Jaurnnl we think hou!d receive
much attention. '"The Republican
State Convention will dnubtlcsbe the
only representative gathering of the
people this fall. We ?nirg?t there
fore that the various county conven
tion ofthe western part of the State
where the corn crop Ins been ravaged
by the grasshoppers, -hould instruct
the delegates .ent here on the second
of September as to the situation ofthe
homesteaders in their respective coun
ties, and prepare as accurate an cti
mate as posiible ofthe money amount
ofthe damage inflieted. and if there
be x neceity for a legilative appro
priation to relieve the people from .c
riou effects of the diater, an cati
m te of what will absolutely le re-
". . Ml
lutred m each county to prevent sat-1
fe""K among the venple. The con-1
o,-,.:-, .;il ,Kc 1... fI!,. i.XnrmP.! nf '
t;u(iiMi ii uiu- -- v '-- w
the condition of the State, and will be
able to recommend such meaurc as
may ho neee-s.ry to guard its inteiest
and to protect its fronfiermen.
The question ha been askeJ u
wny we have'nt published anythinc
alout the Reedier-Tiit-i"' affjir.
There are numerous reason why. 1
Our papr isn't larce enough, bur
reatler. can cet the whole torr in pa- J
pefs from the E t ; but the 'hef.y"
contlneDtal wha,ria ooes w mat he
don-t Q)DjC -.lobb&ipnttoaud ii thu.
ration of th- eoutj'ir. tsi .
ill -.. i ritin tuiliilll lllijltl'lil is
or locilities, however, there is a pnat countie have sorn within the pat ten ' thi fact they soon pave u to under
eaue of pom plaint. Those who de- ''lay every veticcol 'their year's labor, 1 fand that they did not come in to
WHIT SHALL SZ DC1TS ?
As unnl, Nebraska has comacuf-of
the content with naturu'MOurpes this
year unhurt at any vit-.l point, hut
this time sdie ha received .otne severe
scratches. The raot thickly populat-
ed portion of the State, ineludine the
homes of ninetccn-twentieths of the
people, will not Mifler very severely
from the vi-itation of rhc pra'shop-
pT". The vheat harvest has been
I at leot that of an avprarje cpjp, tak-
, foe it all around, and the wheat crop
' '" the crPat SOurCC f rc,VPnuc '" tl!
' hc counties who settlement, du'e
' a'' ar'- likely to uft.'r more, to a verv
t w" extent, hut with no addi-
! ional mi-iortune, the vra- cann.it be
' ce nW" a" i'nnropfrous one for
the most ot the cultivated pirts ol the
lut the counMcs of the Rcpuhlicin
! Valley south of tlu'l'l.tte, and the
frontier counties north of the Platte,
are not so fortunate There the wheat
crop is of little moment, beeau-e thcre
i- so litt!'1 crouud tint h-s been in cul
tivation for two years, and the home
sfe.aders wre for the iaot p-Tt de
pendent upon corn, principally sod
corn, and upon the potatoes and car
den vegetables for a subi-tenee until
they should be able to raie wheat,
after the sod had rotted and the fields
plowrd a eeond time.
thee homesteaders in our frontier
s-oiiras miineoiate results are con
cerned, diappear before the winped
pc.ts that cauie down from the north.
Thec homesteader have now nothinp
! ,nnk f,,rwanl tn "Pnrt ,1,,,ijl? ,he
coin-up winter, all their calculations
have been based upon their fortv,
t h-irp iieoo KtspiI unnn ttieir forrv
fifiv or a hundred acres of .sod corn
What is to be done? is a question
we must propound to th" S'afe, and a
question that mu-t be met and an-
wered as soon a posU.Ie.
State aid ! in our opinion absolutely
required for mony settler? in theo
wetern counties How can that aid
he with afetv defined until the meet
inp of the legislature in Januarv ? To
us if seems dr.ubtful, hut we are n.-t
as vet in a position to epenk with au
thoritv. Aid must he in ime to avail
anvthimr. L"t our leadini; citizens in
all those new eouirie which have
been ravaged bv thp cr.isslinppnrs
eommunioitewith the-lot'RNAL fort h
witli, and pive us as near as possible
the exact state of things in their ueieh
horhond, and inform us as to what
date help from abroad will be an im
ner tivp nrces-itv, and we will use the
lot of our ability to re-pond to the
call. CT cnur-o noth"tu can bo done
by state amhoiitv until the IccNUture
meets. When the legislature meets
we believe that ample proiion will
be untie to prevent distress in our
holders The question therefore re
solves in thi: Will it be neceary to
ca'l a peci;d session, or can the mat
ter he defeired if possible, until the
i reeultr sion in Januarv? Lot
friend from everv section tell sis what
they know about-tbi matter without
del.iv. for if is the grsvet question
that has arisen since we haw had a
territorial existence. State Journal.
Last wek we took a flvine trip to
Omaha. Lincoln and other point of
interest in the State At Onuln it
was our good fortune to attend the
meetinp ofthe Republic in Stife Cen
tral Committee, which came off on the
2? b. This meetinp was called to fix
tini" an 1 place for holdinp the Stat"
Convention, and fix tl e basi; of rep
resentation. The meetinp w.a har
monious as a whole, and the disposi
tion to give the West its just dues
prevailed. The call for the conven
tion anil the ratio of representation
will be seen in another column
Coming back to Lincoln, we had the
pleasure of meeting Captain Carbcr.
who had just arrived from a visit to
Red Cloud. He has about recovered
from his recent injuries, and is attend
inp to his usual business. We bund
Major Caffrey pnlihinp up his pet
lilaitr, and addinp the finishing
touches to its keen edec. The staid
old Journal pursues the even tenor of
its wav repardles of enemies, and
holds its own as the leading newspa
per ofthe West.
From Lincoln to Crete is but an
hour's ride. This young city of three
or four year's prowth has a popuU
tion of about 1,000 anl is rapidly ad
dine thereto. At tint place we met
eom old f.icn Is and formed new one.
Here we seen Prank Willian s. an old
acquaintance, and City Marshal
(some way we a..vv H ' have a f.ic
nUy of sotfins aeqn".v d with the
City Marshal.) R. L tVhw. II Pro
- - "'
'tT 1kVll 1
"; ""ate. .
m ua'ser. anu .innpe
nho is well known thrnuch
! .u s-.- . -l.i., i.....- ,,i -C.;E
I lit- . iUC HSAII clUi l-,t rfil'l .1-.-
tant Di.trict Attnm?v. We al-o had
the pleasure of meetinc 'r. Wtdl.
editor of the Saline County "'. a '
j ffcntlerunn of culture and a thorough
n?vr;piper man. '
The Ojrden Hoae come in for .1
notice, on account of bein:r a rood
pl.iee to zet. the necessaries of life
jarred up in f tyle.
Crete has everal basine houso
that iio a big bnsines.sVh.le53le and
retail. aniens whom we nny mention ?
.1. U. Binkle. S. T. Corer & Co . Jor-1
dan Ruffoer, and oiher. IV W.
Philleo, -who on s farm nn the Lit-
tl Hln, nfR PJdr'a. 1 fofazcu'iis
dan Ruffoer, and oihen.. IV W.
buniness in the hardware and ajrricnl
tural implement line, and also mill
i machinery of every dv:riptirn.
From Crete to Wilbur, on the Brat
tice branch, is but a short ride of Un
miles. This little town thows what
( can be done in a few months by u-injr
J a little energy and perseverance. The
( tovrii was laid out by Prof. C. D. Wil
bur, of Aurora, Illinois, and at this
, time contain .ouie fortv or fiftv build
' incs amone which are several fine '
J stores a hotl and the finest flouring I
i mill in the Stat. As we propose t- I
vis ,,m l,,ace nin wc wi,l postpone
any further mention of the town and '
1 con crop, and that the wheat had
been harve.fe 1 in snod condition, tnd
j promise- a lartr? yield.
J Saturdav nipht we arrived home
' fi-cltnir tint the Republican valley
countrv i the bet part of Nebraska,
J notwithstanding all the present ditB-
culties under which we novr labor.
LtitEUTV Cheek. Ja'v 20. '74.
As I writu imtui-
pration is on the decrease in thni'iifo
tion of the country, and I must say
(althnufh we want the country set
tled) we are clad. For the last three
days there has been a continuous tide
pouring in from the north and eat.
j but they were not very gladly received
by the homesteader". Direpardint
look around and then paa on, but in-
tended to stttle, which they did with i
a venpeance, a the remnants of our
I corn fields will how. I can't blame
' t,,em mnrh T a11 thU f,,r t,iey 0nly
loiiow tne example set oeiore inem oy
' onie of our homesteaders in making
: "ce ol whatever comes m their way ;
but instead of confining themselves to
nihond lands they preferred home
steaders. I suppose, as we can't help
I lie matter any, we need not complain,
j "lt if they eat all the etops it will be
I railior monotonous for us to do with
Will write again soon.
School in l)i-triet No VI ln just
c'oed with an exhibition and pic-nic.
j MI-- Tut tie has had charge of the
school for this session, and lias given
Wheat and oat. harvested in good
order an 1 will pive an average yield.
S. S. Wells had thirteen acres in
"garden stuff' which he ?aved from
the crashopiers by .suiokinp them off.
The onlv field of corn that promises
anv return is Mr. Butler'". About
fifteen acres will average twenty-five
bu-hels to the acre ' r
Ilenty of rain for four weeks pan.
Mr. Huffman i building a store at
Well-i, and alre-dv Ins a good stock
of general mi rehatidie for a!e.
NOW IS THE BEST TME
ThbB &M.3.R. LANDS'
IN WEliSTERCO NEB
Are now in market, and arc offered
at low rates and ON TEN' YEARS' TIME
to actuul s-ettleM. at rates varying from
$1.5 to 5.00 per acre
With a liberal deduction for cat,b in
Thee lands arc among the best in
the Republican Vallev, and arc
UNSURPASSED For FERTILITY
and beauty of Location.
RED CLOUD- - - XEB.,
LOCAL AGS17T ?02 WS3STEE COUNTY,
Will at all times be ready to give all
information in regard to location of
land, tern. a of pavmcot, Sec
TSS F0LLSWIU3 SST3ACTS
From the Circulars ofthe R k M. R.
H. ('o., will in a meacare exulain their
terms and the advantage offered.
The purchaser can pay canh, or di
vide the amount into three equal
parts, paying one-third down, onc
thiid in one year, and one thin! in two
year with intere-t at ten per rent
annually ; or he can have TEN tears
ttaic in which 10 make up the um hy
ina!( annual payment! at six ercent.
Mot buy on thin latter plan of
TEN YEARS' CREDIT!
In which case the purchaser ptysat
the outset one yer intertt at mx
per cenL on the price. He makes
three other piymen:-, each of nx per
cjiil at tne commencement ot toe,
r-ccond. third and fourth years. At
the comm5ncemnt of the fifth year,
he pays one seventh of the piincipal
and one years iuteren op the remain
der, and the same at (he comin'-nce-ment
ol each ucce.ire year nntil 11
has been naid at th end of ten tear...
Any ou-r:r P m lu al an-v t,me
od ?- a
warranty d;el use of ill 10-
I am now as in the pit, rea Iv to supply my customer and the public
ieneral v. wiih anvthin in the Hardwire hue. at pr.ee that drfy compeli
My motto is
'Small Profits and Ouick Sales, for ths Reiiy CASH
1 keep a g nsr.il artiBent of Hardwire and a full line of
TABLE Nl PO 'KET (TTLEKY, N MLS. and HOUSE
TUIM.MiNi;S, TINWAKE. rRPKNTKRS
and MASONS TOOLS. SADLKUS UARD
WAKE, a full a,iortiueut.
FORKES. SflOVELS. SPVDK-.
JtC, AC. Alio UliOOMS.
and HATH UUICk.
M. B MCNSTT,
2tcd Clcrf aTebras:
OSWALD OLIVER, T. J. PARD0E.
THZ CHICAGO LUrwlBS ! YARD !
Keep, constantly on hand the largest stock of Iry Pine Lumber in the
and all kinds of
Our ttock is well elected and purchased direct from the rafts, and will be
sold as low as the lowct.
QL,IJER A r.HZDOJE,
J. G. POTTER'
Takes this maiiiod to inform the Public that hs has Just
opened up a new and complete Stock if
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
(2vnistiii'j m part
CALICOES. I) IU, LIGHT .1 PINK,
CHA.MM'ES. I) LA INKS. LAWNS.
DRESS TKIMMIM'S ic LININGS.
COl'SEIS A- SKIRTS, V MLS ,V CLOVES.
RLKACIIKI) AND UNRLEACHED MUSLINS
TABLE LINENS TOWELING.
PANTS, OVER ALLS i SHIRTING,
boots & ;ist c: ATS A
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Toba:cos,
FLOUR, MEAL & BACON.
And everything usually kept in a First Class Dry Goods J Grocery Store.
-J. Cr. Potter,
Ret: Cloud. Nebraska.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
IL, O U1M9 -
PINE LUMBER LATH, SHINCELS
Lirns, Tarred Papsr. Etc-
And every Article uua.'y kept in a First C!as Lumber Yard.
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
I. W. TUI.X4EYS,
c Mpvcmv sfprmv
I Office 3d door South of Court Hou.
Surveyar of Webster Co
-;,, .... mA m 1 -,!
OHenr !cr - tnaj- he left i CJe.-k'i oSee
in Coart U. it ftefi t.ua-
Pmi 0ee adcUeJi-Wellf. wUt
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IIOK - ". WAOV 5ET SPRlMSa,
SCJ l 150XES, UASKkTS.
- - .VEB R.1SKA.
ANT RILL THAT CAN BE GO!
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Attorneys at Law.
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corrwjKa - iBB raur-Ur T-rrt-L- tril
aiu auoa ;i"es vt rficrai ol uiu, LtUc- I
KI vEKTft!. MAS SLf! rnyrjt
w auoa ri-es yi j.rasai 01 uiu, iTputet
THE DOMESTIC !
wn T : Vtg-
I?ast diulculty in lraniim; it.
Least ikiil rquiriHl U we it
Ioat labur to work it.
Least earc to keep it in order.
Leat trouble to clla:--, it.
1 eat chanpim; ntptiretl.
Doe fine work equal to any other.
Doc heavier work than ther.
heavy work o.i-ily
Dona everv thing well
Doe nothing il! or grudgingly.
, J ivw 5utisfastion,
Justifies the praic it every whore
A few day' tri il solicited
21. II JOilX!IO..TrMV. AKrnf.
EsEltUETir Ayrnts ll'iufcr.
Ladies. end to Chicago otSo-J for an
elepnul fa.lnon btxi. 1 .1
; S. V. L.udlow
Ts now prcpatrd to do all kinds of work
The hot of material u-cil. nnd nil
Done on short notice and at reasonable
Shop in McNm'.. Store
fieri Cloud i'cbr.iK:t.
Maxwell & Dingee
Uih finf rin tho uli' thnt thr Jio
mailr rxiir .ri irjfa Vi luanulcictiir
Liuin. an I mil k-e;t on h-iwl a
tojnrti tli iteinantl r iUo iiiMi. Mtiich
ill be r! 1 at iaDnl)!c rau .
Kf;niriii!;cr tlic PLtrc
Firp mWrt writ f Hed Clixiu bnJ;9 n
South Silent Kiht.
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SMITH & CALVERT,
Have just received and offer for xal i
a large a-ortment of Furniture, care j
fully J-clecP'd sriih pcia! reference to I
the wants ofthe people, coinis-ting in j
jart of !
CHAIRS, TABLE, BUREAUS,
FRAMES, &c. kc,
At Prxcti thu Cannot ft Bint,
UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY.
GIVE VS A . CALL AXD
t a . u
! oldest stobk
S. CARRES it, Q:
ir vi er. in
' Qpy CrlSt
And a t'rvnt Varietvof other Amelia.
Oue "tuck of Div Good ha hefii o
ccted rith pvuial rwiWcnce to tlio
' wantM of the People, and iimit- iti
' FINE DRES GOODS. CALM Or
HKOWN A PLEACHED MI'S
I UNS. PRINT:, CHECKS
GINtJHAMS. Ai. Ac
Tim Iridic of Widtor Count) 4i I
aie respeotfullv iuvit-d to ciuauue mt
new stock of
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iiiuu itc loot warr.if i in ,miii
, thr hin;rt nnL'Mvl Comphtr. rror
I brought into Sonthwert brak9v tnd
' wii svh will I' w.'i at Prif-. that
' W al.o keep on hand a Good Stock A
I READY MADE
Of various kinds and extra aualiti"
l'1 rr',alc,lno,""J the uit or "njtL
SUGARS. TEAS. COFFEE, SPICES,
And every thing chc iu that Line.
Canned Fruits in YaristY.
tobacco it Clair.
: FLO UK k MEA L
To to viit thi want of rTeryUJ)
We wih to call the ttteatioo of th
f Public to the fact that we are con-Unt-
J 7 leepiL,r on hind a full a.ortraeot of
j Good which we will cll at
I For Cab. Call and look at oar Goi
! asd do not fail to ictrsirethe Jiiccx
S,- SARIER 4 CO
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