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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1874)
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VTi a a Jrra jfu! coU znd a Tarlizah way.
T iroT.n.-.&tIs. Crts wiiii H rapid wings
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teiacu'tercZ laneli. fcurMatta or br-rn.
TH2; RED 10W CHi
-,' t'Tcsj: rt..iMc rouse thoffiorc 1
-.Ifcffku -a r.h: ia l)r woolen tabs
-i&Vfclij4rifc school with the &. b. abt;
2.i. iaersVe.the Llntcut-wtls tell.
i'ni n h.ilf-Lioch whinny fi'.U thc.stnlls
V kt J',wn in the ruck ihu clover fulls.
-Ai.TOt.wshiinz Rrr.nnd ni. mate
Two-dior&w Waak on hii wiegs of Iat.
: 'And Aewintf oG" m iiL a tvoinff nole
Tj lTietiBfe4e.ofhi3zotaen throat
' -ItivOrid'e "Artof Lovo" re-iold
i,!li3:rirfliA.H?iftff fihirof blue and roidl
j 'ifccnvblcrntltnrof-liamsler.'zorB- ..
" -jtheytfippe the hufVs with TntUing Wd,
- " "TJ-jvnT'cJght-rovreiflerB asyelloir as gold.
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Jn-thoqaintold IantcTri'"tteBe4 tin,
PronTihc hermit glim set up within:
iy the rare' liirht in cirlUh eyes
'A dark m wellrj or'as blue as skies.
I hear the laiuh -when the ear is red,
1 see the Wh with the forfeit paid.
"Jlie cedar ealtM with the ancient twist.
A. Iheeider tjup.thatthe girhi have kissed.
""" nA"rS.T :Jhcfiddlcr through the dnBk
" AVhetwangs ihe gaost of ''Money Musk 1"
I'he hoy nd girls in a double row
al&it face to face till the magic bow
i Hhhll whip the toc fro the violin.
x " Ad the incrry pulse of the feet begin.
--W- ' gcribuet for September.
A LOVE STORY.
bhoriQ hot on the rroat roof
SBdlObcd'siarm 'hooso, shone
4mtrh?ati dawt'fiermy making the
i 'm?yp- .-?
'hesorjrfinfr'Tjao ccecpiBg- up uw
the jtSt porch droop, and the tuos?
,tfthfc fehiugles dry and criVp. The
j' id&8i'peara on tho out-reaching
'""fjrnof.ihe "Hell' treo, which
"voutned tbj?tio spout jon the caves
iu!.'iWlmr'itntl o.viiiiue creat tree it-
rS?,- r' &rik xt yVTj .-.
-jrjr fooktd-rcadyftogtaint- (rouiJhe
MW9 3&L' pi. If-:: .ftiKM wSkw r." -
vtngs, ecratcUne on the coolest 6idLr j , .. u ' ttx. tooiru
ythc barn; old Nvro panting iu the
lijtck porch ; tho cows standing half
-.fcep in the pond over in .the meadow,
chewing their ends and lazily v7inging
their tuil to keep oil the flies buzzing
. ThluepHy ?rouud tLcm all the?o gave
,, eyideueo thuit Taa a hot day, u vcrj-
Lt .1.. ...! 'O ..
uu, uaj. iiuu, as u iuc.e were notj
enough to convince the people, there
was the thormometer hanging over
ma er.v, ana going up, up, every
- - minute. There wero other things in
. Uie back porch. Thcro was the blue
-v-AU-Ahurn turned up to dry in the
j.uatr a row of uiilk pans put there
1 l ULTSsS l,.nrPso .in lhe rfy
nirnhjufi&sSartj the sun had left that
tirftf of thcrJhouS-Jijoeii was 0tQ
ibewutiit'and the" buekCT?! and
!. .. 1 1 1-fV 1. .-
'llUdiirrping, was set-down on the1
.v.. b. .iv-. ioc uQiycooi ariictajD-oe
roaod. "The milkroom oiione'd'an:
VKMIWt "T T .JW
&lk. .; - A
rXi-'- JUL "UUt ale 'IU
xraa'riwieaiaa Moment now
andiMeti tt-tura;chcfeie or inspect
, a -5f Matter, iiltia'the kitchen
i'rielUV"lViyAer father and
ntTiiher called hcrhand Jane.Ann, a
fr uniiur. J.iB gi;vrBojw zvauuiug
""" he painted floor hdd Several kettles,
. vitue of which wotf bubbling and hiae-
,iV -rijr. vuuiDg oaKftiuuui -umc juia oi
&: -T f ieam irom anuer uieir ungui iin
tc - A,av taakeair
tu first 6fiH ta the preparations for
ceTmHK,"Wonably so-lt eould get well
)okedaid which she always filled
tiihiih-,rra,,f he pout and
oyaed oat aader its great iron eover,
nnd whrcrasa coascqucnce of the
FTJast aaeationea tact, was awkiag a
Vraat boiliag, bubbling and splahing
erhusvaTatergcnerally. Pri silla aH
yae through the open wiaaows. as she
JKBI t.WKUVI 4UliU w,b. m. u.wu
iaaehflhe -pantry, the mco- workiag ia
afbite gW.froaixttaabttB, the
staeka ef sWefcr-erowiac W'ad le
-Nfe,Jrtw r tuittfMcvlot a the. Baca drew
"AWVW m- -r t. j- " r- - -
W. -. (-,- A- ".
V.te thebarasasipifed thee up
eta broaii raek. vweibaWrsee the
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l .s. r.
licit -.d tW looked ; saw the bwn
hati'ls that li!ii the remi$-;the ot
t'cllo shin with its JjroalfSibr turned
lac.afii rW4rfrid I ri turned ftraw
I hat.-auccaMor.&l.s', as he Urued a
I " A.- vi t-.n e .1.-
coraer lowaru tue r.ouse, a uiue w mw
alack moustache of the man who drove
them ; snvr all tbwr but never saw the
f-iC-c turned in herdircctioa, aiherwise ;
neirer eaw thebroadbriai lifted to let
its owner look toward the hoqw. She
.aw her father pa? over and eneak to
taw htmstop, hoktios hs bat
iu on Kand and handkerchier in ihe
oVnwrand laugh ; md, though she
could oily we the broad hack of thu
calicohirjS the broad-brimMed ka
and gloiy Wackhair between, ihe
knew there was a smile u4erthe
black moustache and atwrakfcin the
black eye. She waited a iotner
then, holding the pie ehe had"foal
taken from tho even, and mm kef
father replace hia hat sod handker
chief and turn toward the houe, awl
gray tcani and rd4,rcjpcr start again ;
but the face under the itraw hat did
'not tuu once toward her window. She
went on into thepantry and fe't tke
jue down to coofr aW titd&ir
thinking in a mixed up wajMinrafati-
I ing school over at the JcorjMtSjrj
span orgrmy1iorjes arjdjxur wfbkck'
-eyee and when Jane Ann omm to
the door and ake4 if ' 'she'd have
thcni there pcrtatert bled"D,Jked,,,
and whether her folks liked tMT
vcrj' brown or not o much so," she
j.ata, yes, we ijuvwcu , -w
when Jane Ann langhed and said "he
r..fned he knew nor." she started
Ja asked, "oh, what did you say?
aod'wutjk to the krtciseo,
She pawolvn xnto the cool sitting
room, stopping only a woaient, how
ever, to straighten a tidy on lather's
arm chair and to pick up a flower
dropped from thejboquet on the table,
then went on to where her mother
was living tt.e finb-hing pats to to a
great roll of yellow butter, and her
rather was annaing irom iue uu wv
per chained inthe well. .
He stopped as she came in, and,
turning bis brown heated face toward
her said, "I wish you would wake u
some o! those cooling drinks, Privy ;
then reachiag J6ver and patting her
playWhonthe shoulder, "Henry has
a warm place on that reaper."
"That's nothing to mt," she id
quickly, all tho blood rushing into her
"Tut, tut, what dot that mean?''
and her father set the dipper down oJ
the bhelf by the bucket, ndakdt
hr in & nianaef that showed he was
quite MfrpfUcd mijbe way hia little
remark had becnuken. v
She did not wait for him to help.
himself out of the mystery, but turned
.suddenly and went back the way kV
SillffiPiilH picked up
riKt8wrfvrr I, ' r-j"-.-...i-. -. K
. ml iiiiii Krnnn wwvvr ..& . s
-, ...... o.u-wv. iauiiiK uuii IUI WdKj
bnd ol black ribbon.
"O, its nothing ; don't pester the
girl;" and Aunt Rhoda gave W bat
tcr its fiual pat and walked off with
vrith it, leaving.Unclc Obcd still strok
ing his hat-band.
Trisy went back into the sitting
room, stopping a moment longer this
time to rest her head on hwjather'a
arm chair, and look thoughtfully at the
carpet; but in ataiaure more she
went on into tbe-kitehen and down
cellar, where sho mixed the cooling
drink and set it out on the "roll-wajr"
trW l!Wt flu li ,lm.. namn ....!
I the corner, but disaoneared" before he
1 1...1 ;... . t.
The sun burned on hotter aad hot
ter, and the broad roof grew dryer
aucf dryer. The glare from the stub
bier grew;more and more blinding, the
gray horses got warmer and" warmer,
aad the brown hands irew up the
reias ofteaar to'give thom a rest. The
icu )u,rwn leaver m iuvir uaia,
and worked slower at their binding.
The hands of ta'ttle clock da the
stttiug-roosa wiaatla waotarauad' to
the hour of noon, ajTuBt-:khoda
took dowu lfcbt suaboaaet from
its nail behisM'tteJkitchea door, aad
went out to Wow Uie. tia born.j; The
men rtoppeWrbrtidiBf," looking
toward te.hwiTwMh.alseaseq re
lief, the hWiew bmadlws. Bcsissl to
top out tat lead waratated oV aad
the MM tutvea ta taaean. tM
aua foiio,, after, and vay
aaen ware iwatfdaiiaoBaaisaw.
sink, aad drW ,Wr Tk-a4 t the
tkiXeritWjs hadto.be take
eir6ff -fcat Pri-4-, taktag ap the
diuner, saw? hiw coming ia at lat saw
hiw wit boat looking ap, lor aha kfK
her eyes on the roart below her, a it
everything depended apoeftfaad he
joked with Jaae Aaa he paaec4
into the dwag-iweas, "whafa the.faat
gathered artiaad the table. -
There waa huh while Uarie Obcd
aked a blading, awdfthea the rat
tle aadAOtaMer of karsasv,aad ferke
comaeaeed, and ri, aad .Jaae Aan
carried ie coffcawd pael aroaad
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was thwfeftfa if to turn back, but he
had looked up, aiJ, feeing the cold
naMe itr his eyes he went in rather
deliantly. After a time he looked up
Jrota hh pfJjwrilitakiDg fome careless
resiadr wKJ-siieyaa-weiTd jutas
went'MS. -" .'
Theaftcrnoon was ka&e forenoon,
onlvJke heat rrew worse ame wore J
Supper time eamfe and passed;
cTcmox camosstnu there was no one
left but Henrywho wns to remain all
night UaJ Obed dozed in his arm
chair ; AuDtrllhod clicked her knit
tiirgjjetesj Prissy busied herself at
the work basket-; Jane Ann was en
tertained by a book f pictures ; and
Henry, every now and then, at Uncle
Obed's request, read anwehest' the'
Tha'ewftg wore on ; the e our
redoatalaily eBbernur; PrLW.
Jisw'ryf(Swrad p in a little bunch,
sttrrad owaaaiowaHj, atterissg a atiied
little kirr, then settled on"it,
quioHiasi tae pteata ia tie yard
nbowed dswt sad light patekea, as tka
lamp shoae.o them through the ope
window ; and the night air coming
in grew cooler, thoagb it still told of
the heat there sad bcea. Jaae Ana
grew sleepy, aooded over her book for
a while, then pa-ned out into the hall
and up tob4-r A moment later and
ho war'waok. her hair flyiag about
rfea raoa,-awreea atarriaa, aad be,
baif wWtcwg "at her ealux) d.eaaia
tke'nsajrioawtiere she 'tayposed iter
heart to exist. ""0 mercy 1 oh 1 I
sever was. so sewed! oKi" gasping
like a choked chicken ; "I -tan't
breathe ; I never was so frightened
I oh the fire up stair!"
Uncle Obed's jap ended rathe sud
deuly ; Aunt Bheda dropped her knit
ting aadroand herself up in a perfVr:
tangle with thenar getting to the
hall door; Pnssv up-e her wart'
basket; and Henry, throwing owi,
his paper," wasup' stairs before they
ooaki cross the hall.
The satoke and bat air rushing down
as he aaaaed the door, tojd them the
story, anil the rest. There was rush
ing for water, which seemed only to
ft-ed the naine ; there was smashing
of-nglaas, and splintering of doora;
tbere-was shnuting'for help, and hur
ried, 4reathleas orders. There was
seeing-the fiatnefB-ih on faster and
faster, creeping around the window
and doors.; there was frantic efforts to
xavo the house.; -then that was aban
''doned, and then there was a tumbling
oat of chairs and bureaus, crockery
i-aad trunkn, clothing and carpets, mir-
loHTraDd feather bedn; the . last rah
for one thtng more;' then r6 standing
with id'e hands seeing the natPnilin
,hcir wok. TheW..-n':ba!xnd
. i4.tsvOjotSr,the gazwg at the
"-ofazine , heap once called home, and
the rubbish, whicK filled it, and won-
dertng what itall meant, lfit were
really so, and if-so, what would come
.aext That was-wbattPris'v thoueht
aether leaned on a portion of the white
fence still staiidiriJjardly thoueht.
she was too confusod 41r thetW2
it in a vague, uncertain way. The
flames, veered around by the breeze
which had sprung up, sometimes
threw a light on her face, then left it
in the shade. "
1 The house had- fallen ;. only one
square corner, was left abue the
smoldering heap, to show any hpe o!
what had been a pleasant home; the
neighbors had dropped off one by one,
and bhe was alone. She had thrown
a shawl over her head, and now, it
had dropped down, reaving her ex
posed to the night air. Suddenly Jane
Ann bounced around a corner, bare
headed Bd out of breath. "O, here
you are ; I'm so glad ; come quick 1"
stopping to gasp "your mother
has been so frightened !"' aaother
gasp "she thought yoa'd gore to
White's"" and amp again "oh.
here'a Heary aftetJT m tell him ;"
and she beanced off as suddenly a she
Prissy, recoveriag.herself froar the
t'rig&l shejtwd gives her, looked aoroe
the read and saw, ia the glare of the
firelight, the gray horses hitched and
their earner eoasiag toward her.
one aiaaea atoveasent as it to go
away, bat In was bei ie-ho-and be
stonned. laa'ryon, Priwy,"
jmi -he-,tolks have goae to
T"' wr"rr. -,-
lie saM it-ULiae mm, ouxiaees-iiKe
toae, aad she answered jest as eehlly.
JI wiHgelo MiaiBrady.'a." '
HetaiaHaway tbea,aad, walking
overto hia heavies, unhitched theaa
aad started off. 'Pria-y had drepped
hethaaJi.dBWB aaea her hands, aad
stood there1 ia the Wivering, fiekerieg
fifehght. He caught sight efhY bow,
a he amved'offT boitatcd, then agaia
bitehiag hU hora, went softly over
aadi-tood basHe bor. She had aot
seea aiaa, aamaia bo raise net aeaev
Heeaaae vWy close te her. aad the
firelight showed aahaagei laak-ia the
derkexeaij ' "
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Jaakigres ssM'ralea .her nmnv -
'Tfteaereb aaet-for aa. jaataatl at
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pWtai?aad th heaghty
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th half burnS-tim
'l"hc pleasant home of a jk
a uiu s OJJUins,
theie were two happy heart uuf un
der the bnwd ky, ndtwithtandiDj:.
l&icaaaa la llikWM
The Gouratonweahh labortiaadc-r a
dreadfulowrtfei of ignoraneel the il
literacy in some ectiood is appalling.
With a population of a little ore
than a million, Alabama has wo-e
than three hundred an eighty thou
sand peroh-wbo can nshher readaur
write ; aad-of these nearly one hun
dred thousand are whites. There are
also large classes who can both read
and write, but whose education goes
no" farther. Amoaar the one bundr.d
.and seventy-five thousand voters in
the State, there w a newspaper circu
lation of forty thousand only. The
negro dtea Bot seem to care for pa-
Ptv A good pufebo school' system
wwa inaerated io Akbaaia io 1834,
and thrtV-yeva later nearly aiaetv
ihaiiaaad ' childW. - numdm
sakoal ia the 8taHpt te advent af
afce war.aaaiilled.tae Wrtsi already
masts, aif araae reoaatraVioa edaaa-
uoeajfcaitars have eeea kanewhat
embroiWwohe coaduct of the
is nowia the head of wjiet ja ka
as the State Board of Edacatioa, com- V
posed of the State Superinteedeat aad
two mesaheef from each eoRgrcssioaal
dktaka. ' TTiiVpar4 baa full legMa-
ive pewera, the-IcgieJetore Ingouli:
MtaVtMM. f :.- -'-' k.- i. i trsfk
tyceies from. haltVWJpB fT ajftiK.
000 annually from tncmite, onelTiira
of it being interest on the ?uad b
stowed by the. .general goveraawat,
ad the remainder being made up of
oaetMkh of the comatonwealth's gea
era! wvwy all the 'poll-tax, the H
eeniievaad:theax ea iaMaraaee coai-
naoiea. inisiuaaiBoaMaairy appor
tioned impartially to the white aad
blacks in each county, an I tho trA
tew ia each' 4tojphjp .are inferaie-i
what tlieir share ia. . Under this sys
tem, the average -attendance at the
various schools opened throughouttho
State, was one hundred aad fifty thous
and ; but in 1873 the schools were all
closed, (save those in the large cities.)
on account of the inability of the State
to par leacners i mis .cessation P
been productive of much harm and
disorganization. Efforts have, how
ever, lven made to re-ucitate th
State Univemty at Tu?aloo5a, which
is not in a flourishing condition, and
normal college, for teachrrs of both
sexes, has been started" at Florence,
ia the northern part of the State. In
Western JtUWwa, a colored university
I tud-aufmai eotlew thai been estabi
liswl.at Marion, and a eoUirea bot
mal schrjb( is opened at UaatsvilleJ
The America Niaatenary-Stieiety all
The Vaercllsas a Toueh-Stcnt.
As civilization becomes Jmore and
more refined, the hopes of 'these who
fJkM&aiz. tifcu by which a gentle-
tnaa oa:be infallibly dutinguUhcd,
settle with increasing unanimity about
the umbrella., Really, if we look at
it, there is do other movable artiole of
what -we nay call ataa's vcKtatory
furniture (we invent this word to cover
finger risgs, eye-glasses, cane, sleeve
buitohs. kairet, pincils. etc ,- which,
of course are not cloth rag) that is so
umvenai aa adjunct to the saodcrtf
bumaa being as an umbrella. Every
body must have one, be he, or she,"
neb or poor, high or low, learaed.or
unlearned, lay or cleric, good or bad.
Umbrellas are made of every style and
shape, aad ef all degrees of cofah'ne,
to meet tho craviBgs of humanity at
large. From Q&cen Victoria to the
King of Ashantee, -from Mr. Stewart
to the apple wajaa-trpm Gen Wash
ington vi Bca. Butler" or Bill Tweed,
'xerybody 1n fast aeed an umbrella.
ABd the maivei.ty of the need makes
the universality of the test. "The
teuptauaar to appropriate, anaex.
convey, or, to. pat it blantly, ta steal,
umbrellas iseae from whteh ao see of
Adam is exeuat. A saaa My be
ItuaeBaaaa about retaraiag fwaaie;
he-aaaywalk fre aiilee to retarn a
borrowed boVk, or he aiey aever be
kaowa to ask for a aorta etaaiD
rwkheat paying frr it ea the rfoV
araaag aetae aMee
a omiu waiauisa tawTto owa flsaai
the reek by aawtake, aad he leay be
alwaff foegeHiag toTetemlBWrery
styh'sb oaejae borrewed from auafij--iag
frkad ba a raiay cvenieg. When
pWeaolecy, aad physiogaoaiy, m
drees aad repatatioa fail, the ua
brehe is aajaatMitng seasitive-aeperte
defeat the teach of aa hoaeri hod,
If Diogeaee had haewa all that we
kaow is oar day, he would aot have
i wasted his dote tramping" about
Atheas with a Laatera, to fad an
hoaeat bmb. Be weaJd have rohVl
hiaaeir-a ooaworuWy ia his big
eartheawiae-jar, with behead on one
ef hia dagaj aad-goae to aleep, kavieg
eettea ;aea4ee)la hatacae
t -j -. . -
ro-e and Tel! oh
a - a ..-, . a4W
IK.1 wa o- .. .l-,iiUultpdar.r?
hij dianctcr infimouily'w3eTaiiIitti
Friends adviser" him to s-eek redrew j
by menu of law, but ' otw and all he
repltedt "No j I will go Xttjats frge
si 4here io sir taoat& I wiN have
worked out fuch a chsrsater aoi
earasd such a name as all tae-sdgos,
Uw courts nl lawyers ia the world
could aot give me." He was right.
It is by aoBt-kbor. asaaly eawrage,
and a conscience void TraCjaasihat
we assert our true dignity an J prove
our honesty ad repectubility. "
Mr. Mary Freely, of St. Louis,
traveling on the Vandalia train.lhougb
she put her poeket book in Lcr stock
iag, was robbed of it, her hose being
cut open while sho innocently slum
bered. The editor of the Paducan, Ken
taekian, having accepted a nomina
tes for the office of Coroner, says that
Bjeay years' experience within the pre
cincts of Cairo renders bias aa excel
leat judge of a dead man.
The boy who, when asked to what
irado he would wish to be brought up,
replied, "I will be a trustee, because
ver siace papa has been a tra.tce we
kavehadpusWinga for dinner, was a
wkwahikl id'Eis generation.
Mosqaiic aie described in a cer
tain part of Miuneaota as "thicker
than the surrewnduig foliage, with
wings tike Apoflyea's, a beak like au
Artesian auger aad a -yetcc like the
A promineat pasmJIaTKi iu -...
villa has this notice posted up : 'Don't
opea this door' under which some
wag wrote the query, "Why?" and
another responded, "Because you
' m . .at
an t ; its locaea.
Now is tho chance for a scientific
man. Let htm tell the people ia Min-
Beeotawhat useful and valaaWe arti-
le can be made out of awhppper.
Petroleum was 'scorBWs nuisance
for haadreds of yar'
A uale pltiff in a breach of prom
ise suit ieliondon has obtained one
ikrlhinr "damages ; which shows how
much less valuu ia bet by juries on the
loss of a pro)ct'tive husband.
It was considered a deed ef mag
nanimity tor a San Pranoisco street
crowd to allow a Chinaman to depart
with lii life, after having killed two
immense dogs that had boeuet upon
him by some of ite-jft
A rather uniquj. h
at Cawp Brown, 'r lately, a
yoaoa man named Git' aaarryiag a
squaw twelve years old. The tnar-
jriage was soletoaizcd "amid
' rtranr&TaxuberaBce of .ph
' 1 1 - -
NOW IS THE BEST TIME-
Th. B & M. R. R. LANDS
IN WEBSTER CO. NEB.
Are now in market, and are offered
at low rcfer'and on TUX years' timb
to actual aettlers, at rates varying from
L50to5,00 per acre
With a liberal deduction for cash in
Tlies laads aro among the bcjt in
the Republicaa Valley, and are
UNSURPASSED For FERTILITY
and beaaty of Location.
MED CLOUD- - - 'NEB.,.
LOCAL AOXST 701 WtUTZl C3ITJTT.
-Wi at all times be ready to give aU
racard aa liaahoa of
7H TOLOWZyt ZZT1AC7I
tkcCiiwmJanoCthcB A ME.
a Co., wit! ia aateafsjreexpkia their
and the advBaiagee ofefed.
The pwrehaser eaa paycash, crdt-
u. m muni, ioiu iBree eqaai
MQs, paying oaetfaird dowa, jone
Pd.ha oae jearraI.eqa7thiidin two
ars, wlth-lifw tea per aeat.
hflBBaUy; or hccea' have T TgA ma
lime ia wbicljio male ap the gam, bs.
EH aaRaei payaseatsat stx per eeat.
Mot bay oa that latter plan of
ft xna xbiaas urinyiT!
eow0et eae ;
Veaaa. oa th
the pafehaarr pays at
yeara wtere u exx
the ariee: lie Bsakes
ree ether payjasBU, eaehref'anc set:
-. .iu. - - - .
- " - -Jl . i
third amd ieeeth wair: Xt
ef the "fth yar.
f ia--' di
7Z77rTT,t .. 4
Iut difficulty in learning J
Least kill required to i1
Ijast labor to work it.
Ixiast care to keep it in order.
Least troublcto ihange if
last changing required.
Does fine work equal to any other.
Does heavier work than others.
Does heavy work easily.
Does everything well.
Docs nothing ill or grudgingly.
Gives satisfaction, " "" "ljrn
JuHtiBes tho praio it everywhere
A few days' trial solicited.
II. ll.JOilSBttS.Trsnr. Aant.
.ESEItfiETIC AQ'nU Ymte1.
Ladfrs semTto ('hicago office for an
elegant fashion ttook.
SMITH & CALVERT,
nave ju?t. received and offer for sale
a larue aort metit f I'urnitiir', care
fully -eli'Ctfl with j ci.l rt'fi'reiicu to
the wants of the peuple, consiMing in
FRAMES, &c. &C,
At Prices that Cannot U Seat.
UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY.
COFFINS UASS TO OSOSS.
.A CALL AID
Ko Charge Ik Aarwirinj CatYtlis.
IaTXE I LIHE !
Maxwell It Dinget
nrissj t laf .riSMfc. .hHe tht th7b'-v j
utmm. shu win toa aaa- .
kcr t!i Plice
K of Rvl Ckvl Mta
goatfc SUs of Rivar.
Chtnlng. Satkiiigt Tract,
OF ALL KINDS,
. -. .Wfi&r Yi
CO FKU I JUitiU!a
erv IL . i
$tf sa woum i
Ji fWi-smM T u
s: Vfc raWfMii jablcil I
aajffa '' m BFVAa
nr.QT bpci i i,a c
ixu... . ,m mm ts .
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aajr tTFxwr-'Va ' y
M j- 1 ai w
1 1 tf
"" .. -r i3S3,J .-
k r t --i - Ch a
'f? iiC-rT- zi,
JtKl ' -:
1 s v
th rot. rraiy to
tlifn? m tbs'flard'
lam n"- a in
LrfTvraUv. toM anttlnn
ten. M uottu U
I ,to .. n. mwmlt ft..:b
Oiuaii nuiua tx.au uuna
I keei g ntral artment of liar Nans an-1 a fu'l luw of
TARLK NI PO-KKT rUTLKlSV. NA J 1. "! HOI -K
TUI.MM1NGS TIVWAUK. IWUPKNTKU
and MASONS TOOIA S AD1.KUS HARl.
WAKK, a full aaXkrtiuent
FOUKK.SHOVKr-S.SPVDK'?. UOK'5 WAHOV SKVT SUllNt,
AC, vtC. ANo MIOOM. SIT. Ml liOXKS. BAKKr.
and BA-V41 BlUt K ; -
, ni-i-pa iuiiMauu va nana ttie
tr- . ...i.. i' , ....
, and all kinds of
B U I Ea I r AT Cal
Our -lock U well selected und iurcliv.cl direct from th nO af. Hll
fl as low ai the lnwet.
i.. . .
Takes this method to Inform
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
CoiT Ml jnn t J .
CALICOES. DAItK. LIGHT PINK,
CHAMBKKS. DH.AlVlvS. LAWNS,
DM TIUMMINGS .t LINlNGSr
COHSKTS Jk SKIRTS, V MLS M)fKH 1
..,., ..... BLKACHKIi AND UNlfLKA'MlKti Xff9t4l
PANTS, OVER ALI-a SHIRTING,
HOOTS A NHOKS. 11XTH & CXli,
COFFEE, SU6ARS 3t TEAS of atl Kinds,
Canned Fruftt, Oysters and Crackerf V
Chewing and Swoking Toba
"r FLOUR MEAL & BACO,-
And everything usually kept in a First CIs Dry Goods A Grocery gy..
-J. Or Poticy.
- ' Rtd Cliud, Nebraska.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
MtJBJD CEOim, -
Asd every ArTIe ujaa krp ia rft Ci
I GUARANTY TO DUiLICATE
ff . w. -rrapcirM,
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wutw, ,w. - - t rw., .
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la-gcst stook or Dry- VM ImvJ fr
M A 'V E It 1
tho Public thatMie ha3 J
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