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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Notices t thu Column 10 Cent a Line
W. Tip'on, BrowBville. U. S. Senator.
VT. Hitchcock, Osaka, U. Senator.
Lorenzo Crooww. EpiMlllitatlT.
FILAS G A RBEIt. Govtrnor, Lineola.
J. J. tjr. Lvneol. " Bc. of Stale.
J.B Western. Beatrice. Auditor.
H. A. Koenu. Columbu. Treasurer.
J. R. Webster Beatrice. Att'y Gen.
d. M. McKenzie. Lrneolw, &u. Pab. Imubc.
Geo. B. LiVe. Omaha. Chief Jistiee.
Dan'IGantU Nebraska City. 1 .!.,. j.
Kaiu'i Maxwell. Pltotnooth J AM0CUle -
J. A. Tulley.
E. II. .lone.
I. W, Tullcya.
II. C. Bill,
H. 6. Kpley.
C a Coon.
V. K. Thorn,
A. M. Hardy
fi. W. I'.it
'W Arrival aw ftromrtoire r Mall
Truaa tfce Steal Cto4 P. .
Juviata Leaves Monday's
W;dnisday'H and Friday 7 a. ui.
Mail closed 9 p. m. Arrives Tues
day Thurtday and Saturday's 7 p. tc.
II ah yard Leaves Tuesday's ?'!
Friday G p. tn. frives Tuesday's
i- ' Friday's 5 p. tn. Mail closed
bi p. m.
Fkamcun, fcnw.s east, Monday s
:md I liuraday's 2 p. ui. Going w;et
Tuesday's and Friday's 10 i. m.
1'i.hahant Hilt, leaves Thuiwlays 6
a. in. Arrives Wednesday's 4 p. in.
Mull closed 9 p. ui.
.Ikwkm. Kansas, arrives Friday's
12 in. Leaves Friday 1 p. m.
RissKr., Kansas, arrives Thursday's
12 a in. Leaves Thursday 1 p. ni.
Oi.n open froni 4 uotill 6 p. m.
All registered matter must be in
the evening LePore the mails leave.
M. B. TUcSm. P. M.
Services cyory tin aHd third Sab
baths of each month at Red Cloud
and Iitiivule. 10 o'clock A. M. at
Rtd Cloud: 2 6clock P. m. at In
nti'i. Every recond and fourth
Siihhaihfc at Batin and Harmony
S'ltfcincts. Rkv. A. Maxwell,
BAPTIST CHURCH. Rkv. Tnos.
Mt'XLOW, rstor. Services every
fourth Sabbath at 7 J P.M.
Sabbath Scuool every Sabbath
molding at II A.M.
J. Q. Potter, Supt.
Prayer meeting Sabbath and Thur
dny cvetr .;. All held at the tcfcool
hoiuejut north of town,
Ko.Ica 9 Ea lu.
jgh No.ice is hrivby given. That I wi'l
cx.-niiuij a pcions wlio may desiroto
oiW t'liMi-oUcs as ctidiilalHS for
ti rix-r-' ui the M...y or common
M'li.nilxof theroi'fliy "t 7 o See in
J'.fri Cloud- on the lirst aturdayof
.A'1-.u.-t, Noveui'rtjr, February atid
May. H. S. KALF.r,
To wlumi it may concern. A", per
sons arc lsrhy notified that the M. P.
, II. II. Company have bocome tired of
ihi-j wholesale ."laughter upon their
timl-r, in tho Republican Valley.
Jm from this time forward we
lii-.pMc to protect. our own interests,
and by h ddin? we think we sin II
protect the best iatcrosts of the set
tlcr, as we are convinced that there is
n timber in the Valley to spaie.
K -pecially to be drawn out of the State
or cut iuto lumber, or ia ay Bianner
tcatcd. And we hope all TO1 cki-2,-ns
will couidcr these matters eare-
' fully and Ulnd hs their influence to
protect what' t'laber there may be left.
J. D. LoTintooE
Laad Com'r. M. P. Rsilw.tr.
Notice to School Boards.
To Disibict School Boards:
You will please take notice that by
n act of the Legislature, epproved
February 25th, it is m ide the duty of
School District Boards to futnish
. immediately to tlie County Clerk
statement of tfce amoBt of Uoads
hcretoiore issw d, ana ooi wreuy
paid, the dalt of each Bond, the rate
of interest, at4 whea and wa it
Javja pctvable. ....
T Vuu witt;dre this rtateasentM
, possible, i 'wiiless de m tuae
for the Couty Coaitai-sswaera to levy
vthe rx Ttalred to pay the mterest
your bonds, o tax wiK be levied
fur that purpose. . r .
The law makes it tke daty ef the
C unty Coeaaiissioeers to levy the
tax at the saaao time other taxes are
levied o the in Moaday Wj.
By oHer ef the Board ef Coaaty
J. A. Tulley, Co. Clerk.
Red Cka April 7. 175. t 4
Two twe hewe coca planters for sale
cheep, to eleee oat any stock of Agri
32-tf. M. R McNitt.
TAKE NOf ICE.
" Guide Rock, Wefcster Co., Neh.
Sarah E Dtctersoa haviag left my
bed and board without caase erpro
Tocation; all person or persons are
forbid harboring or trasties heron 0y
JkK account, for I wilt py bo debts ef her
" ' Taken ap fcy the aadersicaew Hviag
am See. 9. t 12, a the 5th way ef
iiatril, 1875rOwe black Nre.akC
& Ibar years A whea tekaarw W
rat Uem areemdim left hMd ftei-ae
2ar BMrks. Taos: Vauobn.
lai deweV Aatw th, iwix
Bargmlns In Recti
Have for sale choice traeta ofla f),
aod good ckiais.
All letters ef iaqairy eaewercd
ICO acres deeded hud. 1 wines east;!
r u-j ro i on . . j u. i
wt itw uwu. om anres guvu wwiwan.
grass iaad, balaace aaiooth apiaad
pr4inc, well watered. A bargain.
A good claim of 1G0 acres, tbre
miles from Red Cloud, well watered
and some timber. A few sores under
caltivatioa. Cm be Ukea as a home
A good claim of 80 acre, foar miles
from Red Cloud, soath of the river.
Timber and water.
For further particulars call
WlLLCOX & Gilluam,
RED CLOUD, v - -
Mr. Outhwait ana Mr Ki. Kel
Ljg teturoedoa Tbureday fiomOhio.
There no better or livelier coun ty
paper in the State, than Ed. Howe's
Little Globe, published at FulLs City,
Nice rain fell oa Saturday, which
has given the gras and growiag grai n
a new start. ,
Mr Wells, living near "Goviner's
Pond" in this coanty has planted
7000 trees this Spring. If any body
has done better let us know.
Smith & Calvert have some
nice furniture on band which tbey of
fer at the lowest living rates. Bay
We were glad to see A. T. Ayers
on our streets again, on Monday.
Si.ice he went onto his farm he has
been pretty scarce" hereabouts.
The town was full of teams on
Monday and business was lively.
Tho Lincoln Star is now issuing
a weekly edition at the extremely low
price of $1, per annum. Send as a
specimen or two.
T.J. Ward ef Still water, draped
in and told us there was nothing aew
in that section.
The early sown wheat 13 ap and
looking very fine, covering the groaod
with living green.
All those wishing changes made
ia their adveitisments, wi 1 p'eate no
tify as during the coming week, as wo
proposo to "overset" all the adver
We are told Jhat there are several
cases of scurvy injtbis coanty , caused
by a lack of vegetable food. It will
not be long before plenty of "garden
hass" will bo ready for use, and then
the scurvy will doubtless disappear.
Mr Adam Kellar of Carey Wyoa
dotte Co Ooio, the father in law of H.
S. Kaley, is here on a visit.
The Teachers lustitute which
met last week, was Hghly creditable
to the teachers of the county, and to
our worthy School Superintedent. who
is the rif lit man in the riht place.
The proceedings of the Institute
appears ia another column.
Work at the Brewery is progress
ing finely, under the faithf.tl labors
of three Bohenrans, one white boy,
two American cattle two Dutch
mules, and one Frenchman, all are
bossed by Dutch John, and two car
penters, who can't be "bossed" by
Facts Worth Knowisq. The
Wilsoa Shuttle Sewin? Machine is to
day the simplest, most perfect, most
eisy operated, bect made, most dura
ble, and in every way, most valuable
machine in exttaoce, and it is sold
fifteen dollars kv than any other first
class aaechioe. Macbiueswill bedelv
ered at us aeerest Rail Road Station
to your place free of transpoi tatien
charges ifordenl through our Branch
House at St Louis Mo. They send
an eligant catalogue and chrouio circw
kar free on anlteation.
ThisCempeay want a few more goed
Rev. C Reilley of Janiata eaRed
npon as oa Friday evening last. He
is highly respected ia this commaaity
and the teonle reaeralv desire hiss to
he sent back to this circuit.
A few of the "oldest iahabitanW
may be able te recall to nriad the fact
that a krag time Mace the neop'e ef
Red Cload held one or more meetings
for the purpose of tating the steps
accessary to procure ground for a
cemetery. This happened long ago,
before most of as were here, and bat
lew can remember the eircamstances
of that meeting. Be th it as it. may
nothing farther was done than to ap
point a. committee, who may or may
net have reported, as the towa records
are silent apon the taauer. And the
sabjeet has been dropped. Now that
a aew generation has grown ap since
those days, it appears to as that. R
ouW he well to re agitate the sahjeet
and Ui?V.p another effort to sccare a
areaer place for a pablic cemetery.
Yesterday -sfkcmeoa Govcreor
Garner arrived at his eld
it is alsteet needless to say 'everbody
vac akdto see him. The Gov
is well ami m appearance here is al
ways smiled with delight hy a km ft-
ad (needs. Ha vnH
-. For Salt.
The Neat Market at Red Ckmd.
Thisisaffee4 eheaee hr a aaa with
ial BMaae to seeare a gi leeatiefj.
The feaikJia and what belongs there
I to, together with the ood wiM, is el-
ferred eeiy emeap. xaejaire a taia
Yesterday we were glad to wel
come Gen. Bowen, and lady, and C.
R. Jones, aN ef Janiata. Oen. Bewea
gave a short address attbemeeitag
lest'Cveaiag, which was replete with
good sense and apt illustrations.
The road west of town is ia a bad
condition especially ap towards the
narrows." If oar basiaess asea have
'any derire to get the trade ef the west
fiart of the county, they mast see te it
that the roads are in good ceedRiea.
I A: J. Reaaeeker has opened a
jfehery jest above the bridge, aad will
jiceep the same raaning all rammer.
lie will be ready to sappty fresh ask
Wall times oa the shortest possible
The crossiri at Willow Creek, on
trie Guide Rock road is said to be in a
fearful condition. It shoald be fixed
jap without delay.
' Owing to some changes in the
'Chief, now in progress, some adver
tisements do oot appear in tbia issue
We hope next week to haveevery
tbing in shape a; sin.
'' Hods. James Laird and L. B.
'fborne, members elect to the Consti
tutional Convention arrived on Tues
dry, for the purpose of addressing the
eit'oopon tho topics incidental to
t'lG coming con. con. Owing to some
rrusunderatandinK on our part, the
m ceting wrs postponed until last night,
ben the rain interfered, and but few
w tire out. Thesfl gentlemen, however,
ga ,ve us a talk, plcaring and instruc
tive. The interests of Western Ne
brr; ka are safe in the hands of Laird
A. J. Rcnneclcer has re-opened
his hotel, six miles southwest of Red
Cloud, on the road from Red Cload to
Smith Center. He has opened a road
threugb his place which is open to the
paMic except for loose etick. "Uncle
Jack" knows how to "keep tavern,"
and vill at all times be ready to keep
man or beast. To show the amount
of travel on this roate we will state
that from Nov. 1st he has kept Aa
average of over two hundred teams
C. C. Babflock, publisher of the
Juniata Gazette bss been in town a
couple-of days. The Gazette is the
beht and liveliest newspaper oo the
Iin of the B. & M. railroad, and we
were more tbaa glad to see Cotton on
this bis first visit to the valley.
The speHozouiIo has not reached
Red Cloud, though there was a mut
teriigjof the coming storm, at the In-s-iiui.e
Webster county can produce the
best-looking set of fcuool ma'ams in
the Slate. Who wants to win a hat
on teat bet ?
Lively times in town last week.
All the "c-kule" masters in the county
We learn that on or about elec
tion day, Joseph Garber Esq., found
hiui.-elf the possessor of an undivided
i teiest in a fiue boy. He's going te.
maki a constitutional lawyer ofrhMavt
It appeals that Capt. Zediker did
E"t get elected to the con. con. from
Frsukltn county, but Mr. Harmao of
Rlooniujtoo. It is siid there will be
a lively coalest when tbe eonveaiion
TEE TBI TEETH!!
Sherer has a good set of instruments
and will extract teeth on short notice,
and in u manner that it will make it a
pleasure instead of something' to be
dreaded. Give him a call
WELLS! WELLS I I
All wanting welb bored will do well
to call upon W. W. Harvet,
lnavale, Webster Co., Neb.
eVGood notes taken if desired.
The semi-anaal meeting of the, Con
gregational Chnrch of Webster county
will be held at the School Hoase ia
District No, 13, Batia Precinct, on
Thursday and Friday, May ISth aad
14th. 1875. A cordial iaviution is
Rxy. A. Maxwell, Pastor.
37 at Red Cload, April 28th, 1875.
1 aesday atteraooa we weresar-
pnscd aad very asaeh pleased to
Jeoobsoa driving into towa, having
with him Hon. James Laird ami C. C,
, a8 of Jaatata.
Hoa. W. B. Thorne, Treasurer ef
Adams coaaty, came dewa aa
ia cempaay with Uvm. L. B. Iwerae,
our member to the con. eeau Theywil
prebaUy leave to-merrew.
hope, w?H aot be their last visk.
Work oi Martin Paaka'a
is being pushed ahead rapidly by MU
!er k Tinker, the architeeta,
We looked ia apoa the Institute
lest Frids? forenoon, aad feeed a large
aamberof the teachers ef Webster
coaaty in attendance aad waa plsirtd
to note the interest mnaifested by
those present, ia the exercises aad
drill te which they were aabjecred.
Mrs. Smith had charge efa reediag
class, aad need acted tbe name ia a
highly creditable meaner. Sepcrin
tendent Kileymade a few remerks
npon the sabct of tesabieg amikkea
the art ef redwt;, sTseadsa aad SfcH-
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En. Cfiet: ia expressing my
graiitade and sincere thanks to my
many friends in Red Gload, aad vieia
ky, permit me to io so threegh jreav
highly esteemed paper, ear eld friend
the Reb Cloud Cuter. Ia receiving
this vakiWe donatioa, I fee! that 1
am,not lurgoito. My heart warms
ami my affections glow, I feel the
seme spirit of love I oft sslt whea
praying with and for yoa. I ptixe
your gift highly ; it will ia after years
if God spares my life.) awaken seet
memories of many asociat:onj w.ih
kind friends on my firit eireait ia Ne
b.tfSka. Fiieods with whom I expect
ere wag to strike glad hands on the
other shore. Accept my grateful
thaaks for this tad many other favors
I am, deir friends, yoars in chris
Janiata, Neb., April 1875.
La-t week, iubt m we were goog to
pes, we announced tlie death of Da.
Tbomas B WiLLfAUS who died
about 3 o'clock last Thu:;d7 morn
ing. He was a native of Wales, aad
about forty yea .-a of age, we are
unable to give his exact age-and came
to America previous to the breakiag
out of the war. He served d iriog the
war, ia the Mississippi aad Gulf
squadrons, aad whea discharged locat
ed in New OrJcaos, from whence he
came to Nebraska. The Doctor was
one of tbe first settlers of Webster
County, comiog here io the summer
or tall of 1870, and wintering iu tbe
eld stockade. He assisted materially
in the organization of tbe county, and
was elected County Clerk, a position
he held two years. Sioce that time
aatil his death he wis engaged in the
practice of medicine. Warm-hearted
aad full of geaeroas impulses he made
maoy friends who will miss him.
The funeral services took place oo
Friday, aod were coaducted by Rev.
Cbas. Reilly, of Juniata. A large
number of tbe friends aod acquaiut
ascesof the deceased attended the
funeral cervices, and followed his re
mains to their final testing place.
Pricteilagi of t2i$ Tfticitn ZnstitaU.
Red Cloud, April 22, 1875.
The Teachers Institate of Webster
county met it the school house oo
Called to order at 1 J o'clock by Co.
Supt, H. S. Kaley.
Opened by singing " WekomeSweet
Sunshine" Siuging conducted by
Mrs. Abbey, Maxwell and Mrs. Alma
Spriager. Prayer foilowiug by Rev.
A. Maxwell ; after which Co. Supt.,
made a few practical remarks ia re
gard to the object of the Institute ;
andaaooaaced the programme for tbe
afteraooa session completing the or
ganisation by electing a Secretary.
Closed by singing "Hold tbe Fort."
Adjourned until half past one
-'- Afternoon session, opened by sing
ing "Come to the Savior. Exer?;su
iu Geography, conducted by U. V.
in Mathematics, clearly
presented by Rev. - MuxwelL
Primary class io reading led by Miss
Noble. C. W. Kaley then illustrated
his views of teaching Grammar; fol
lowed by A. L. Barton's exercise ia
Miss Noble was chosen critic Closed
by singing "Shall We Gather at the
River. Adjourned until evening ses
utoa to eommeece at 7 o'clock.
Eventag sessioa opeaed at 7 o'clock
by staging. Following this aa able
address by C. W. Springer, eatitled,
"Teaching a Profession."
C W. Kaley delivered a
tioa eatitled "Common Schools."
Mrs. C. H. Smith read aa
eautlcd "Tbe Teacher's Lift."
A. L. Barton favored as wkh select
reaotaz VUty and Coaatry."
Miss .Week then read a spicy erigi
aal essay. Miss Noble read a
piece eatitled "0 the River."
The aa address by Rev. A. Max-
weaV-Sabject, "The rektiea ef tho
Followed by the
Adjeanei aatil V o'atcck m the
aad prayer by C .W. Spriager.
called; Secretary's repeat
aadapprevtd; thee) ftMcwed the teaaV
iagaftha CrkieV repert. Ren A.
Maxwel thea reeaaaed his cxcraisem
Mathtcaatic. C. W. Seeeajar. C-
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ad by Mn. a H. Saseth. After
Sapk Kaley made MfcsncaUe ic-
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neJ essays aad stagiag. The fret piece
was "Barbara Fretchie," select read
iag by A. L Barton. Then fallowed
arigiaaJ essey "Flaws," by Mies Alma
8priager; 8deet readteg by Mrs. C.
H. Smith, "No Sect ia Heaven ;"
Ramy. "Oar Leaders," by Miss F. a
Orabb; steadies 'Twe Stars." by
Miss Mary 0. Be.!' "Kieg Brweedaa
the Spider," by Mim Kliaa Taheya ;
'The Paseioas,'' by C. W. 8priager.
The whole was interspersed with ig
;og. This closed the exercise of tbe
Institate, hA jtt.-c htrmunious aad
The following recclatioac iatrodaeed
by A. L. Bartea were adepted.
Whereas, we tie toaehers ef
Webster eeaaty. Neb., havrnf mwent
bled oarselves together in aa laetawte
for mataal ioprovemeat, la this oar
chosen profeasioa; aad, whereas,
having spent very profitable hoars to
gether, aad having been hospitably
eaterta'aed by the citizens of Red
IlfM'ved, that we the teachers of
this Institute, will in tbe future show
our appreciation of the teaching of oar
Coanty Superintendent, aad others,
by practieins; ia oar schools the valua
ble segget;cys here givee, aad en
deavor to be more energetic, enracet
aad faithful ia oar profemioa.
Resolved, that we extend oar thanks
to the citisens of Red doad for the
hospitable maaaer in which we have
beeu entertained ; also to tbe ssheei
board for kindly greeting to as the aes
of their building.
Rmo?ced, that oar Secretary furnish
the Nebraska Teaeker aad tbe Red
Cloud Chief for paMfecttoa a copy
of th3 proceeding' of the Institute.
Singing "Catch the Sansbiae,"
after which the Institute adjourned.
Mrs. C. H. Smith, Sec.
SCHOOL LAMP SAIL
Notice is hereby givea that oa the
16th day of Jaoe, A. D. 1875, at the
uuur ui iv . , iae wr nuua(
in Red Cload, Webster coaaty, Neb.,
I will offer for sale at peblie auction
to the highest bidder upon the terms
fixed by the law, the following describ
ed school lands in said coanty of Web
ster, to-wit :
Sec 16 aad 36
ni set 36
Df swr 36
sec 16 aad 36
sec 16 aad 36
swf net 16
w set 16
e$ nwt 10
n& ind set 16
sec V aad 36
seo 16 aad 36
see 10 aad 36
seo 16 aad 36
seo 16 sad 36
see 16 sod 36
sec 16 aod 36
seo 16 sad 36
sec 16 and 36
No lands frill bo sold for Jess thaa
even dollars per acre nor leas than tbe
appraised value thereof.
Said sale will be adjourned from
day to day till all of said lands have
J. A. Tulle.
LEGAL NO TICK
In th Oistricr r?urt ''he !sl Ju
dical District ia and for Webatcr Co.,
James La Due, plaintiff,
Edwia E. Core ,
V. Covey. J
The defendant in the above action
will take notice that tbe plaintiff
above mentioned did on the 26tb day
ot April, A. D. 1875. file his petition
in the above named court, setting forth
that the said defendant Edwin K. Co
vey, i? indebted to the said plaintiff
for the purchase raonev of lots four (4)
five (5), and ix (6), in block five (5),
LaDuo'a addition, to tbe village of
tied Uroad, amounting to the sum of
forty-five ($45) dollars, with interest
from the 22d day of April, A. D. 1874,
aod that H'ifttiff claims a vendors lien
on rats 5 and 6 of said premises.
Plaintiff asks jadrmeat for the Kim
of forty-five (f43) dollars, with inter
est from" the 2d day of Aoril. A. D.
'1874, aad that Mid lota f va aad six
be acid to aaiisfy satd hen. Defesd
aats are repaired te appear aad ane
wcr aa ar bafbiw the 7ih day efJaae,
A. D. 175.
Willcox A Gillbam.
Att'rs ftr pkiatiff
la District Ceert ef tbe 1st Ja
dielal Distnet, State ef Nebraska wi;h-
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U the District Coari ef the 1st J
dieiei District ia sad for Webster C,
John G. Fetter,
Alfred K. Perry.
Jemce M. mehiwia,
smf A. If . Sccntcicr,
H. B. Ketcham.
a aad Isidore Weil,
oiag DaMaeas wader the I'm
acme of Schuster Ketchsm M
Ca. aad J. C. Ogdee, 8. T.
Buck aad D. & Harvey, do
log busiaesa ander the firm
name of J. C. Ogdea k Co.,
Alfred L Perry, A. N. Schaster,
H. R Keteham, Isidore Weil, J. C.
Ogdea, S. T. Back, and D. B. Harvey
now resident defendants will tace ao
tice that Joaa F. Black of the on sty
of Red WMew, ia the State ef Ne
braska, did aa tbe 8th day ofAprd
1875, file his petition io the District
Court within aud for the county of
Webster, in tht State of Nebraska ;
against the above named defendant,
setting forth that the said John G.
Potter and Elisabeth Potter gave a
mortgage to the said Ahred E. Perry
oa lot tea (10) ia brack twenty six (26)
in the vilhtge ef Red Cloud. Neb., and
lots tea aad eleven (10 k 11). ia block
one(l), ia iticbardtou's addition to
Red Cloud, alt ia said Webster county
to seeare the payment of the sum of
three hundred (300) dollars, accord1
to certain notes referred to in sa ii
mortgage, aad also to secure A E Pet ?
against his liability on eertaia joiat
debts of the said John G. Potter, and
Alfred K. Perry, assumed by John G.
rotter, aod that the said Alfred K.
Perry assigned said mortgage to de
fendant James M. Baldwin, and that
mid James M. Baldwin farther a.iu
ed said mortgage to plaintiff, and that
since the a-ivina-of said nortn. tho
defendants composing the said firm of
Scbaeter, Ketchsm A Co., and J. C.
Ogden k Co., claim to baVe acquired
some interest ia tbe premises so mort
gaged, aad praying that ssid John Q.
Potter msv nev the tana of two has.
dred ($200) dollars dae plaintiff with
interest from May 15th. J 874, or that
ssid premises msy be sold to pay tbe
same. You and each of you are here
by notified to answer said petition on
or before the third Moaday after the
13th day of May, 1875
John F. Black,
By Willcox k Giluam,
35-4t-$20 Att'ys for Plaintiff.
HAMPTON 4 RALSTONa
Having (eased the Wagoa aad Black
smith shop, lately occupied by Ira
Sleeper, are now prepared to do every
thing in the Hoe of
Repaired oa short aotice aad io a
WAGONS AND BUGGIES MADE TO
HAMPTON k RALSTON.
FITS CURED FREE ! I
Abt Bernoa rafTeriaa fro
tas akore dli
L)r. Price, ami
erses U reia;l to aldrau Dr. Price, aad a
trial bottle of
ediciae will be forwardod bjr
Tbe only seat beta tba Ezareaa ebarzei,
w .ich owias te air lane batiaeH. are kaiall.
Dr. Prieebaa aaadatha treataeatoT
a a tudy foryears. aad be will warrant a care
by tbe ase of bia reaedy.
De not foil to sead to biai ftr a trial bottle:
it cocU aelbiav, sae ka
ao asatlerofbev lone rtaadiae yer aaao
ay be. or hew nuay otbor reaeaie aaay
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CT WUHam genet, new York.
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Is always ready & attW te end' make camfertaWlc ft patreaA
This Hotel in entirely t ap for tbe exprcew nrccf
of tbe traverfag pabtic:
STAtfELKWES FORTH! RAILR0AD ON rfONDAV, WttDNK-'
&Yf ANav FRIDAY OF EACH WKKK AT ? O'CLOCK A. A.
I Claia tt Ha th IE ST ST AfL Wot4 tf ikmtoe
Always keepmg'w,tad'a good swppl of
HAY AND 0 1 A 1 N,
Ais& t geod conveyance for the pa'rpose orcowveying'pasatcfers from tale
place to aay other at' reasonable rates.
0. L. BATTLES & GO,
SHELF and HEAVY HARDWARE
AGENT FOR THE
WM. ANSON WOOD MOWEit,
THE NEW M AKNY.
THE I. X. L DRILL.
Buckeye Drill Superior Hrmmcmmt
Seeder FeutUmin lily Seeder.
And a!! FARKiKS MACHiMERY at firanft PriCwt.
Almo Vlotov BrtNtUas Plo.r.
Charter k Mwl ellptee wUmrm
all tbe Varieties or heating and parlor stovm1&
NAILS, RAKES, BOLTOfc., CORN PLANTTKIIryV
(rHfiVRL. MPAmn. FORK
CARPENTEK8' AND MASONS' TOOLS. PAINTS. OILS.
COOPER AND NEWTON WAGONS, GLASS. TINWARfe
RAND DETOUR PLOW?, DAVENPORT PIXW0r
with Weed er Irwa Becma. with Weed aad Irea tfums.
Aad Irerytbiag namiscrby tbe Fa
amrFiM Table aad Packet Catiery:
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