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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
KJfljOiSb AY MA1CH 24, 1875.
As has been previously annouBceJ,
I aa coavMtion to doshmm tajo bmb.
Wrs for tbe CoMtitatibaal Coateattoa
will take pUoe oi Tuesday Beat, at
Hastings. It is oar desire to aee good
and fit aieo Boaiiitated at that ooaven
tion, and we believe that this district
cms find within its limit?, men who
will be a credit to the people, and win
honor to themselves. In this matter,
we care bat little for the political faith
of the men who are toer?e or and
Mill lere for their calling or occupation.
Let ua have good men, whether they
be farmers, doctor, lawyers or me
chanics, and to that end will we labor.
We have heard a number of names
mentioned, in this connection, all of
whom,0 far as we know, are well-fitted
for the position, but as only two
are to be chosen, it will be well to in
quire closely into their merits, and
take the best, without fear or favor.
One of the last acts of tbe late Con
gress was to increase the rate of post
age upon transient newspapers, books
magazines and general misoellaneous
matter. It is difficult to understand
why this was done.. It certainly can
not be in the interests of the postal
Krvice, or to increase the revenue, for
it, virtually prohibits the transmission
of a thousand articles, that' the people
have been" sending through the mails.
Seeds roots, cuttings, and samples of
merchandise will new be sent by ex
press, that mode being the cheapest.
The postalrates Jiave been changed
with such frequency that not one-half
of the country "postmasters, . can keep,
ap with the variations.
TfiE assessors have about completed
their duties, ahd in a short time the
returns will be all in. As soon as
possible the,' total valuation of the
property in this county, and the en
umeratinn will be jmbliehed. We
wish to again call the attention of the
assessors to the importance, of taking
the census carefully and thoroughly.
Aside from the heavy penalty for
neglecting this, it should bo the wish
of every officer to make as good a
showing as possible for his own pre
cinct. If it is discovered that anj
persons have been overlooked on the
reams rolls, gather them in befoie it
is too late.
Every man -in the county should
constitute himself a '"Board of Immi
gration," and do his utmost to' give
all the information possible concerning
the country. It is believed that every
settler can induce at least one more to
come, and that would double our
population. If it is settlement, that
is needed in a new country, tako
hold with a good will, and there will
toon --be a large population here, with
the consequent increase of church and
educational privileges, and the. valae
UNDER "a law enacted the past
winter, it will require a two-thirds
vote, after September next, to issue
the bonds of any county, district or
municipality. This will have the
effect of hurrying up some of Hho
counties, and probably in some in
stances bonds will be-voted and issued
rashly, and prematurely rather than
to wait and take the risks of a two
It speaks welJTortho. credit of Ne
braska, that the relief bonds were sold
above the par value thereof. Thoy
were negotiated and told at a premium
of four per cenrr Considering the gen
eral depression in money matters and
the uncertainty in the 'minds" of many
concerning the. future of our State, we
may welt call this a good advertisement
JosEPn Garbeh, Esq., who is well
Known by all our older settlers, as a
foraer commissioner of this county,
aad present clerk of Nuckolls county,
received the aoaiination in his district'
ft the Constitutional Convention,
without a disaenting voice.
Bed Cloud. March 20th, 1875.
4 Pursuant to a call, the citixens of
Webster county assembled in Ma
Convention, at the School House in
Red Ckmd, for the parpose of electing
tea delegates to represent .Webster
awMtylaVthe District Coaveation to
ie "hcUrat;HatiBgs oa the 30th inst
The Ceaveatioa was called to order
fcv Dr. J. E. Santa'; of Guide Rock,
Cfceira.aaof the Webster oeaaty Cen
Oa motion. David Lutr was-elected
aaimaQ of the.coaveation, aadC L.
It was ovaCTfca.t the- delegates be
aaportieaed to 'the different precincts
fthe'ooaaty, which was agreed to.
Tae apportwaauat. being as follows:
Gaide Rock, 2 ; RetCSoad 3'; Wal
nut Creak, 2 ; Oak Creeks Batia aad
Haraaeey, 1 each.
Oa otiea tjae ooaveatiea' areeeed--.
edtft kaBat fiwidsff. mthato.fo
ginfiMgnwOti. - -. ' .
Re4 Cferi. C. & Maeaery fe E
Tiaker, aad J. L. MtBer.
Gaide Reek; Aefcer BaaUad KJt
. WaWtCreekW. J. Vaaea aad
Owk Owek,-H. Dt lUnaey.
""- " P. LsCTX. airsaaa.
CMaiub, , Saipr v-
FRO KEARNEY. TO THE
LACK HILLS. .
A7SWW0IS3 JlOX TH HAS WHO
F20?0SX5 TO PILOT THZ
Tie Start to be Haie Before the
Lour Cut, Neb., March 12th, '7&
Editor Press -.Having decided
to organize a company of miners to
spend the coming summer in the
Black Hill.-', I thought a few words in
regard to the best route, and my abili
ty to take a company through might
be of interest to your many readers.
For the Ia4 eleven years I have
been on the frontier ; most of the
time as government scout and have
become acquainted with the manners,
customs and language of the Sioux
Indians. The winter of 1873 and the
present winter I have spent on the
Early in October of the year 1872
with two associates I started from this
place with traps and needle-guns with
the intention of following the Niobrara
to the foot of tbe Black Hills in search
of furs. After following the Middle
Loup to its extreme head, a distance
of two hundred miles, wo passed over
to the North Loup and then to tbe
Delaqua and from there to the Nio
brara a distance of thirty miles from
there to the Black Hills, Jt is about
fifty miles but they can be plainly
seen with the naked eye.
I might say hero that after leaving
Loup City a short distanco wc struck
the old Mormon trail and folltved it to
the head of the Middle Loup. It is a
plain track, over level land, aud load
ed teams can easily pass ; and all
along the route we found plenty of
wood and water and cxcelleut places
for camping. After reaching the
Niobrara we found an abundance of
timber, in fact it may well be called a
timbered country, and the great
quantity of pine, walnut and oik will
furnish an abundance of building
material for the great prairies of Ne
braska. We also found plenty of good coal
on the surface, and it is the opinion of
yoar correspondent that it will be ea-y
to open inexhaudtable coal beds. My
companions after obtaining gome furs
decided to return to the settlement,
and I spent the winter alone, except
when visited by the friendly bands of
the roving Sjoux.
In tho spring of 1874 I returned to
Loup City, and last fall, in company
with Mr. Green Brown of this city,
we again started for the Niobrara,
from which we returned a few days
ago, with a good quanity of furs. Our
"ranch" was clo?o to the Sioux camp,
and I am acquainted with the chiefs
and almost the entire tribe.
One day while I was getting dinner
one of the bravasmaiaio oar raaaaJ4 ASSrSfe?Mtf8
and because we would not divide our
meal with' him, he kicked over our
bread. I decided to hav vengeance
and immediately gave him a horse
whipping. He left very iudignant,
but we were afterwards on good
It will take about twenty days to go
from Kearney to tho Black Hills with
cattle, the wagons being heavily load
ed, and cattle are greatly preferable to
horses, and even better than mules.
I shall have the company organized
and r a ly to start between the first
and tenth of Mayy as it will bo best to
start befoto that time and then the
cold weather will be over and there
will be plenty of grass for the cattle.
There should be one team for every
four persons, with plenty of flour, cof
fee and tobacco to last six months.
I would recommend needle-guns and
each man should have at least one
hundred re-loading cartriges. Those
desiring to mine should have a pick,
spade and pan.
I will gladly welcome any one to join
my party, bat would not recommend
any one to picture a trip free from
danger aud full of merriment.
I have talked considerable with the
Indians in regard to the Black Hills
They claim the country but express a
willingness to sell it to the govern
ment. I do not anticipate any danger
with fifty well armed men, and do not
desire to start with a less number ;
aad shoald prefer two handled, - Agata
I wkh toatatataat frossiLeaa City
to the. Black Hills the route will be
easily traveled with loaded teams and
is by far superior to any other. The
country frost Sieux City to the Black
Hills is over a rough broken couutry
and a great many disadvantages that
will aot be experienced aloag the val
ley of the Middle Loup. -
Aay one desirias any infornutioB ia
regard to the party will address,
. . JOHH FaKLKT,
Lou City, Neb.
Tbe following eoBsaaaieaUoa has beea ia
type for two or taree weeks, aad by sasstake
Ma. Editoc: '
I aare aotiaad saaple of artMecJa the
Ckikt. lately. a the asdaeetiea. aad was
very glad te aee thai, at we seldesa hear
to tkeartieJesTby "Famer.": aBeVD..S. Hd
vrar(Iswppeeetaa4is the aaasiesaaae real
aM. Ifowldo aei esUirdy aaiesj wiiav
"I.rasW." terlAwew af bmbt who weeM
atae werk if thay eeald get aaythiac
to can their liriaa. Begelta. it the did
work, there ie stet whejawkh ia aaa eheag.
Aad wakaew ties ewr-rfssereaa fciaaie ia
ttwSatt are saviesj th Kwaa.ef saaay hr
their eeaejwaasieeav far ad we set neaiewi
aidlrmthaahaWAy'wwlM hare aegawM
adwedehelieTelhra lesag whw hatatw.
eeeredaatwhe eeaM ave get
ahaa thatehe wsiar'sAwM eafer.
As Jar sayaelf. I egpacted to art
witaeat aia. bat tbe titide of . 8. Htlvcni
has jt w Mm iato mf aW. He sys
k kMaIre4r received aid aa4 will eH for
ert if k & it. lit Sto Mrs i fr
f fetac work for two f ta awtiUta an at
SO etati vtr 4mj. 5ow tkst U rood! taat a
IlHcafier I wilJ draw ioae ratH!ca myaelf
(iflcu)udtaca I will hire mvc of the
destitute to work for at, and I will it by the
firt aad mint tk aid -iridic, tad it will
uri id dattkatt from tbe haailliatiob of
reeeiTisr aid. Aad I ee asny other ways
ia wImib Ieaafrelp the aeedy win. do aot
like to apply for aid theajMlre. For io
taace. by reeeiriaateaiethiar. aiy wife aad
I Biibt be able to go to a daace aad pay te
fiddler somerTiior. ttereby awi'tinciorue ia
deitrioa individual who u to proad to
receive pablic aid. Aad thea if I ebosld
"draw" I could losetiaej when I felt a little
"under the weather." gu to the nlooa aad
"take a little foacthinr." and thereby help
tbe ealooa keeper who perhape aay be a aaa
with aoal to aoble to accept pablio charity.
And then if I could draw iom rations jait
bow. I know where I could trade tome for
jewelry for iny oldeit daazbter and thereby
help ioae dMerrefaa people wbi do not like
to k fotaid.
Th;re are several other ways in which I
could help tbesuCerinr by receiving aid my
self, wkien I will aot take the rpace to men
ibn. Vat it is very stranga to me that I did
aot think of ifiese things bfure. what a large
aaaount of good I night have done.
Kearney has been visited by bur
glars, and a saloon mourns to the ex
tent of sixty dollars.
Tbe troops stationed at the new mil
itary post on the North Loup in this
State, have been ordered to Ft- Lara
mie, to assist in stopping expeditious
to the Black Hilk
An expedition to the Black Hills
will start from Kearney about May
10th, under the guidance of John Far
ley of Loup City. It is estimated that
the trip can be made in twenty days.
A company of troops have been or
dered from Omaha to the North
The gambling business in Lincoln is
dull just now, and there is'nt even a
faro bank in running order.
The county seat fight in Adams Co.,
is getting hotter every day. The two
county papers have lost sight of every
other interest, and are "pitching in"
for all the game is worth. Juniata
appears to be ahead, thus far. The
election takes place next Tuesday.
Fairmont boasts of a city prison, and
the Bulletin says it is not popular as a
place of resort.
The various counties interested
in tho suit for the collection of taxes
from the B. & M. and U. P. Railroad
companies are paying Judge Briggs,
of Omaha, from fifteen to twenty per
cent of the amount collected, which
is not very exhorbitant, considering
the services rendered.
The Juniata Gazette says that four
car loads of wheat from the State
Grange Relief Committee, have been
shipped to that plaee for the Grangers
Thhlntiaens of Furnas county have
been furnished a supply of ''stove
pipe" hats by the Aid Society. They
must be a "high toned" set up there.
And now Coleman, the editor of the
Beatrice Express, is going to leave the
paper and the city, and hold some
office in Washington. At- this rate
Beatrice will be depopulated, and its
brains and "sinner" being engaged
abroad in the service of its country.
That comes of being on the winning
side can't you understand these
"leetlc dings ?"
A correspondent of the Lincoln Jour
nal gives tho following concerning our
neighbor to the north :
There has, of late, been quite a re
vival of business at Juniata. A num
ber of new dwelling' were elected late
in the fall, and a large and well-appointed
steam grist mill is now under
way, and will soon be finished. Mr.
Kichenor, one of its proprietors, is an
old mill-wright, and an inventor of
Messrs. D. H. Freeman and A. V.
Cole have made large sales of agricul
tural implements, showing that the
farmers, though cast down, are aot
discouraged. Meesrs. Freeman & Cole
ars popular and companionable gentle
men, and folly deserve the success
they have achieved)
The Jacobsoa House here has re
cently changed hands, the popular
Jacobson retiring to bis homestead,
and Mr. T. T. Webb, tbe proprietor
af the Juniata and Ked CIoujlstage
fine, taking hb place. We presume
he will fally sastain the popularity of
the aoase, as he is a pleasant, intelli
gent aad eaergewe gcatleaian.
la some places in the east part of
'the State tiware coBptaiaiag of mad
This-69ands a little strange to us.
Has. Jtseph Garber, of Nelsoa,
NackoBs coaaty was aoaitnated by ac
daasatioa far the Coaatkational Con
veatioo, froaa the district compased of
Nackotts aad Thayer coaatiea.
The Crete FStt with, aomaMada
kU -" s . . ,iw, T XiA-n
ts vtiains crve wav awv w AavaA
aappliet ia Geraiaa aad" Boheaiiaa,
aad efers to patthesaaK wto Chiaesc
or Pottowattaaiie, shoald aay of the
aaaaa ha fbaad ia taa caaaty.
Capt Asahf , aae of the aaat law
yers of Beatrieav waa at Waahiaftaa,
.after the patkioa af Sergeaat-atArass
of taa Saaatfj hat ha fiilad.taaake
Ha qaaitiai af Tataay haada la aid
ia the asaatraeiisa af a aiil is agitat
wkiaaaa af Aa wsVaTtaa; aky af
6 Jrsaaia aaa araearad 10,000
MBSBY aV rKESMft
(tail EtUtt Outer, ij.
BLOOMIKOroX - . N'UL
Have ecBsttatfcr for sJc a large oaaatiir.
of choice Lands ia Southern Nebraska.
Also bay and se.l ttl oo liaaisaioa aad
pay Taxes tor aoa-resMtnts.
air Afealioa slo riven to the proeem
tnn of all claiuu before tbe (oral and geaeral
Land OSces. and Secretary of tbe Intpfior.
THE DOMESTIC !
Least difficulty in learning it
Least skill required to use it -
Least labor to work it. i
, Least care to keep it in ordef. '
Least trouble to change it
I east changing required.
Does fine work equal to any other.
Does heavier work than others.
Does heavy work easily.
Does everything well.
Does nothing il! or grudgingly.
Justifies the praise it everywhere
few dayti' trial solicited.
II. H. JOaflNMOK.Trav. Aa;ntt
Eneroetic Agents Wnnteil.
Ladies, send to Chicago office for an
clccant fashion book. 2-3
ARCHIBALD K. KIWJf CAaS.
KOTAB? PUBLIC, SEAL ESTATE.
ASENT, A1TD AT7CTZ0HEE1.
AH baiinees strictly attended to aad all
correspondence promptly aaswered. Speeia
atUntion given to payment of taxes. Collec
tions and Real Estate Practice.
Dr. T. B. WILLIAMS,
Tenders his services to the public and
will attend to all Professional calk.
Office at the lied Cload Drug Store.
"i rw '
Smith A Calvort
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Furniture.
Pictvre Fraiaes, Ulirrcrs,
and Undertakers CSaadt
WARE ROOMS. OFPOSITS IHB COURT
19 Omaha and Lincoln prices
duplicated. Special terms to those
wishing large bills and the trade.'
WORSW1CK a CO.
HASTINGS. --- NEB.
PreaiDt attaatieeciTa ta Galleetiaaa. 4fi6-
Tte aedersigaed has jasi aeasrletfaiW
a"d raraieheditwith aFall Swaaty f
MOOTS, SHOES, rAsbr
XOT10N& ETC, " T
raaraaaa teeeU as LOW ae at
rost-cua. " ,
G. W. IBSS7.
W "'aAs aTsO-.,.1 wjrjn w
Aftrftrtaw?te0t, a Trial af tka
tarsaraad laiartnai Caasc
V A BEAUTHOL
eivwa ( Cvwef SS HabweHber,
TWe, ptctare relrf-nts Co. Oliver II.
Perry tbe act of passing frro one ohip to
anotaer in small opea boat, daring the neat
ot tbe battle, exposed to tbe fire of tbe eaUiy.
ItaCainrM 16 ly 12 M laciai,
Is arttstieallr finished in thirteen eolors and
is asidoubtedlo tbs most Ue-iable cferetao ev
er otferel as a premium. Single ctfif f it
seil at S3 U). Me have at a great oatlay -care
i tbe cxclustve control and sale of it,
aad tberefore are enabled to present it to our
The KNtiUlUCR utill stands pre-eminent
asaarst-cla.s Newpptr. Iu vaxioas de
partments allotted it
And Ot&crrl Vsws.
All give evidsneeof tbe care and paius taken
to sapply its readers with nil tie tc and
and a variety of reaJing tbat canuol fail to
interest each and every member of tbe boose
bold. Stlbscritih ibroufb OurMjlPBLl or irn.l
twirect to us. '
"ed wire an agent it every Pout Office.
aad where none are yet appointed, let suae
ot ur friends apply fur the agency.
FARAN & McLEAN, Pub's,
D. W. DALTON, - - - Prop.
This ball b u lately been fitted up with ta
ble of the beat manufacture.
Choice Wines.Liuots and Cigars at tbe bar
G. D. PllOCTOIl. PaoruiETOR,
The Traveling Tublic Will find this Hotel to
be first cltirs in every respect.
"Carriage rurs daily to UeUieere. the
enarest Station on tbe SU Joe Jc D. C 11. H
City Meat Market.
MARK H. WARNER,
lias jat opened a Meat Market on
Webster Street, next door south of
Purk'iShot h)p where he will keep
and sell fresh meats of all kinds.
HIGHEST MUKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEF C TTLB. HOGS,
J NT) HIDES.
Rsd Cloud. ..... Neb.
Hastings, - - - Nebraska.
This e'tablishment has just been fitted op
in gooi stle. and ia jiutlho place to enjoy
a e:une of itilli.inls.
The best ttapphesatthe bar. 49-Cta
aa S. 7Ir Entire,
La' e Cashier 1st Nat Hank, Clarinda Iowa.
HASTINGS, - - - NEBRASKA.
Exchange bought and sold on all
cities of the United States and Europe.
i onsty Warrant,
COUNTY ND SCHOOL BONDS
Bought and Sold.
References by Permission :
11. F. At.lr.v. Frc3tdent Cook Co. National
X. B. Morik. President First National Haak.
Clarinda. Iowa. .. . .
J jhx Kkbr-iiiam. Cashier Pacific National
Bank. Council Klcffs. Iowa.
C. C. Carpioticb.. Governor Sute of Iowa.
C. Lisdsbiux. Clerk Sui:rkr Court. Iowa.
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
3SD CL07D, WSBSTZ2 CCTOT7, HSU.
Particular- attention given to-Re
pairing Fine Watches and
. Satisfaction Guarantied.
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
Ofice 3d door Soutl af Caart IToa-e.
Batidcset Oaa IQla Aft af lei CktJ.
Racakr triaa will he
JUNIATA Hi R CLOUD,
mm the ae asaaaaaad, laav:
Csaaal at 6 a jt aa MMiara,
w es w s-
J G. POTTER
Takes ttit mitoito Mtrm the f efekc ttat he Jm
eaec a new tad casjsMte Sleek rf
DRY GOODS &. GROCERIES,
ContiMin? m irt of
CALICOES. DARK, LIGHT PINK,
CHAMBRKtf. DKLAINE.S. LAW8. v
DRESS TRIMMINGS MK. s,aM'
CORSETS k SKIRTS, VAILS A ;? VlA
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS
TABLE LINENS. A TOWELING,
PANTS, OVERALLS A SHIRTING,
BOOTS A S1IOEB, H ATS St CAPS,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS tf all Kinds,
Cannsd Fruits, Oysters ind Crackers,
Chewinf an. Snoking Tsbaccos,
FLOUR, MEAL & BACON-
And everything usaally kept ia a" First Class Dry Goods A Grocery 9lere.
4. Oa PoftaVa
Red Clsuti Nebraska.
THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD I
Keeps constantly on hand the la-geit stock of Dry Pine Lumber in the
nxiarissj, moui-mags, hme.
and all kinds of
Our stock is well selected aud purchased direct from the rafts, and will be
sold as low as the lowest.
O. O. OLIVER
NEW HARDWARE STORE !
WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL
.MITCHELLS MORHART .
nave opened a new store and bare just reccivod a full and complete slock of
H1RDUAKE, Cutlery, .Carpenter trod
COAL and WOOD STOVES. Wc have also a Tin Shop connected
with our Store. Wc manufacture Tin, Copper k Sheet Iron Ware.
Our Stock is LARGE and well assorted, and we will deal as low as any
house west of Lincoln.
Call and See Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Opposite the Lumber Yard.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
R ED LLOlIf, -- JVEBRASMC.
PINE UMBE . LATH, SHINCELS
Lime. Tarred Paper Etc-
Artiefe araally kept ia a
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
L D. POST,, Pfipriaiir
sfawiaa aaasi a r !arjf ftsiraraesare
First (Haw Lasaber ITard.
ANT BILL THAT CAN BCGOI
fis U IsrfWrsa tbe jasWJe tfect
of aba aUsr. lUsk
-flew salaa weat f Eed Clea rriaa
711 TXOFLS'3 PAT2H.
TSm CisatTett Vivrpar
TI1K CIIICAaO IH).17 SU Mr, .
anlrersallr aceaed t; U th , , ,7
spkittft. mst earerprltns and rt.JJ
nrw8 swi'Kr pubuhlin the ..w
wft. It U Kepablicati In tliti- 6 k
latest nd bt ofprcial ahd rrt,W(
aad of local aad geavral amt. It.
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il.l.l- Tk. .!.- aT .
bar beea. tad wjtl be. te taake a frt.
I""1'" ""- -'" v .
o.. wad spicy acwiir. with it .
coadrasml hs. ly 'read and r.r
ed. aad rsvalsable t chr an.f cnqar, ,
soriarr. it v one oi t bt ( u, .
papers aad bas a evastaatl; iacrsuur ,,'JL
Daily by wail pr annum After JaQrr
1. ro'tsjr pretaid.
DalkY three atbstbsu..
THE WEEKLY TOST A.NI MAIL
Has bca enlarged to six eight-cidumn cum
iftbeskeof tbe Uailr. ar.J contain ., 14,
current general aad local arw of th ri.
with ralusble rurelgn aad donmtic r. r-.-'
spocdence. lbetstrlcof thcdir t . '
cal. Cisbion. nciety. aad other am. '. t.
wltb saa'bet rrports prewired -sr..,i jiff
it rJuutry readers, aad curfullr rr . 1 ip
to tbe boar of going to pre. Tbouc ,u ,v
create Iu sit taakrs Hone tbe Urjr.t m
llesintberouatry.it remain a bun. r
one ot the cbetBMt, the aunual utr, s.s
price bsiag valy
oaa poluab am riSTT CCST.-.
to wbich nsutt bo adld altera cent ttxlii
llsaer. la aceerdaaee witb tbe Uw wh hgo-
te t rretwiia. alter January 1, uy mr r-L
teVs eaetattua at that date. KxtrtonUnj
a a caw sea lassHtscr hr
prefer to aril lb saaetTw egear club tx'et
IteinitUnre ms.r be waVe eithrr y
draft, express. I'ost oatce order, or n-tuUu i
lrttrr.at nor rLlk
All letter shouM
be addre"-! tirk
THE ALOINE COMPANY S
CD fNLY iY SUBSCRIPTION.
THE ALDINK; TUB ART JOURNAL Of
Tbts Pt!endld cnterprU I not ml (
stistainol In eVfrr feature, but l bn g r
'Hlltly leelojd and lnmror.l. Itt r
stands without a rival in 1I10 whole ri I f
peiiodiral liierntur. Tb lcui.ful ,t
portrniU "Mill's t'nelnh Krtrnd
ebrorao preoetited lo every ubcr!ttrr it
drctdcil hiuand will If KVbltt. aM 1'
liiutarliv wbich lb! work ba ssinil Tu
ART UNION feature al.n lrinir caa
and bnflrent rv ulU, in r"UlDt i-ulj.-- in
lercst in tbn find art. Circulars uJ fiL ia
loitnatioD on application.
l'arts I. II, III and IV art no rJj.
Tle comyletnl in 40 part. ImukI fr
Kucb part will contain an elrrant frxotl'
Lice, 1 riginally etirarel ua steel for lb
induii Art Journal
atapriro within the popuNr rcj-;h. mtr
inas never betvre oQured at less than &
times the amount.
These plat bare been tb sttrutlen of "
THT lOlTSOlT A27 J3T72.:aL -
Kcb pnrt will en (i'n'J''t'''If p" in
eluding tho clegnnt fr"niliccK on h
filate p4pr. A suprrtr Ue pno. m r
llumintdtn rvd t g.l-i. wHl jtr
wiih tbe nrt piirt. aqil lb pnniiis ftir
entire war will be - worthy rrpriitt
oflhe'Tbe AMine Yxrt" which i a gssxj
(ce ofioaiethiRgbimlful an 1 valukit.
Ala Cwtaf 25 Cent j a Part.
Pabti I. II A III ARl JtT ri'atlaltSD. ""
THE ART JOLRVf
Complete in 12 laoBtbly part. t II K-
piiHlucingthnbeSt full p4ite llutr-' -r
from tbe earlier volume of i be Aliiu-'
Kaeh monthly p.trt will rontain n urr
plate wiibMCooiupanylngdcriKU1 it'r
abd whether for hiotfng or frsnt'ii? wU'
entirely ltjnu c mpctltloii In pn- eor rw
tic character Every imprcrsioti will t m
rarr fully taken on the Knet lml it-r.
and no pains will be spared t make tin in
ncbcttpruda ion of a pre which ! ".
in a uarveloasly sawrt titae, a world-iJ
GEM ?2CK T22 ALSVJZ,
Especially antrtcJ f r 4
fcmp Book Ilturtrtlln tnji frttf nes)
. A UrgcoHJ'iIon of pictures of dltr'ni
jue and on almost ct ery ciceiablt ,
wve Iten pat up in aw a trrii ei.vl"i'
amlarp row offrrrd at a price Intend"! to
snake them popular ia every tenia.
Envelope No. IV eoaUlnlng M beutril
enrravbig . l bow really, and will b ot
poUe pabf t Bi ablret fur OSK WJ
LAR. A liberal discount te agents aaaj
A splendid aseortsaeat f SCMP HVKS
bare been expre sly prepared for thw bli r
rases, and so prcat of wire prajoa
iatereet caa be aeiecUd fur gentleaiaa
lady, eld or yoaeg.
Jfo. 1. Half boaad.elotb sPlcs.itt ba'k
So. 2. Half bowad. eloLS -i. gl't back."
UO pp. I2sl laebes.. - 7.
Jo.X rail ojoroceo. bevels! iidt. gilt
aa4aathae.veryrbb.Supp. , tlSn
Lettered U order ia gold at 25u b ts
r m? asssil.esj4asw, aa rert '
TU siLDOTZ TAOZfAKZTR.
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Wfaersef TMKALDISKbs. pe-fr
jaipraeeiasMefsaaayef their ts-xt bsaaUIal
aat KrrptM -partogl traaticx. - . .
srjare seat. ib m aasdsasae red thrift he.
TJUaebtbglaM. it is only lelt fr.
;aU.SaT Vi pale as 1 ftd ever as airesy
atta .bedberaarvawdtbisaiay be dose-fT
27tWect.liir.iar.24 with gl.'
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feat try ami. witi?at g!as. post-paid. Ut
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Itourtant but brlefnews Irttrrsar w' 'ii
1 truai all cart of tbe country. N ih h 4
will be taken ot anunyinoucwraraiitif-i..Qt.
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