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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1875)
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WEINE8DAY MAY 13, 1875.
Ir the qneriioa was pat to every
aktaea af this tows, orcouBty, "What
did yoa couae here for?" tbe aaswcr
ia every ease would be ia eneat le
better ear condition, or ia other words
to accuttulete property. Now we pet
as a plaia question to oar cttixeu are
yaw doiac tbe beet yea eaa to secure
tbe object for which yoa left your esat
era bouses, aud aeafht aewhoaMsia
this wild western eoaatrj? We ask
yoa, citixeas of Red Cloud, aud land
holders are yoa doing your best to in
-create tbe value of yoar owa property,
and tbe ceaeral food of tbe comaa
nityin which yoa lire? Ask these
qaeetioae to yourselves, aad if you
iud there is any lack of seal oayoar
pert, go to work and do all yoa can to
adraaee tbe interest of towa aud
Bounty. Nora oa this aabjcct here
after. Tbe Red Cloud Cbiefbaa a Marriage
noiiee aad a weddiag notice together
anduanod deaf of beery aKwrning
black liaae in tbe iaiaky. Wa give
.tap whether the Moaraiag is for
-fhe fret er second party. Orleans
When the Sentinel tries to get off a
joke en tbe netieaa ia the Chut he
should any wbat he mmm. Wewiil
relieve hie anxiety aa ainch aa we can,
by saying that when Mr. HuBgerford
has becB BMrried aa long a we hare.
he wont hare to enquire "whether the
Monreiaf ia for tbe irst er second
Juniata ia happy. The "vexed
(.Bastion" is decided, and Hastings if
he moans at aQ, asaaras as "those
without hope." Wa "rejoice with
those who rejoice" according to the
wriptaral tnjaaetioB. We refer to the
County Seat Matter.
Saturday we took a trip ap to
ill be the towa of Franklin Co.
barn entry advantage for a towa
comld be asked for. It ia baauti-
located oa the Republiean and
peon creek, which stream affords
an uaHasitad aaill power. They
have already a splendid mW ia opem
tioa and my they have the the pros
pect forJBJather shortly after harvest.
The brjjJ&croM the Republican at
thJ5r " fia tnotre WBioD
givejfceni a direst caamaBicatioB
withMjsenth aide of the county,
maSnfp one of the best trading
poiats oo the valley. While there we
formed tbe ' acqaaiataaos of W. C.
Thompson, proprietor of the Rivertoo
Honee; be is the right man in the
right place, and does his best to ac
commodate everyone who calls on
him. Mr. Boldridge also keeps a ho
tel in this place. Mr. John H Phillips
has quite recently started a Harness
Shop in this place ; he has quite a
large stock on hand and expect aa in
crease in a few days. He is a good
workman and will undoubtedly give
entire setts&etioo to his patrons.
Messrs Fuller Wyant keeps a store
iathe old town site, but they intend
to build soon en tne McBride Addi
tion, where they will increase their
atock and keep oa hand everything in
their line of trade. Mr. McBride has
started a store on the new addition.
He is also pestBMster at that place.
THE REO CLOUD CHIEF.
See wbat it is to be famou. Jadge
Kinney has named nine bane after
Brother Comstook nf the Lowell
Register, positively deaies that he
want to Omaha en a spree. That de
nial remisia as of the hub who proved
snecessfnlbj that he never atraek his
irandMotber. Saline Co.fttt.
y The Editorial Association of Ne
braska will go to Texas or aeme other
healthy place ia June. An exchange
sets the date at tbe 15th, aad the
point of starting Hastings. They ought
to have aet the suiting place at the
hand nf the White Water river. f Ye
The Nebraska Run of April 21st,
contains aa excellent assay entitled
"Some of Women's Duties," which
was read by Mrs. Emma Tisdel of
Dawson's Mills, beere tbe Grange is
that place. The iarrnn aba has other
luteraattaf Matter for all chases of
The Kearney Prm says that the
papers of tbe district composed of
Adams, Webster and Kearney cona
tMB, "gnBarauy,, disapprove of the
More thavalecMd Messrs Laird aad
Then to the Constitational Coavsa
tkw. He net is that there are four
MDtfSMthe diatTMt all RpbK1.
' aad (wa diMantove. and tmt n.
frava. Stale Journal.
Maebikd. By the Rev. W. 8.
Ham, at tha nmdaaaa af Wm. R.
Hem, ia Lincoln. Nek, Mr. T. C.
Caaaiagham, of faaa Oty. Nab., to
Mrs. Mary J. Mettrey, af Wataea,
AtabiaaB aty. Mo.
Mr. Cnaainghsm ia the sheriff of
liabardana maatr. ami Mrs. MeSlroy
iaaaiatar aTMra. W. R. Han. of
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The Bsosquitoas hare already began
bothering tbe Toed lovers who lean
over pa a gate of aa evening ia Lib-
TberHeaneteT stood t '100 above
aero in the shads i at Iineela last Fri
day. -v ;
Miss Emma Brooke of Richardson
Co . a gradaate of the State Normal
School, aad hat j art fobbed a regular
coarse of medicine at at eavtcra college
and will enter the rank of physicians
at her home in Salem. Saoreas to her
This is tbe day when tbe colketot
will start out and preset bis little bill.
We expect a dun froai our washerwo
bmb, but thunder we can not liquidate.
If tbe local of the Journal would
cease to liquidate at saloon be Might
afford to wear a clean shirt occasionally.-
From the Brownville Advertiser we
clip the following :
Died, in Apinwall precinct, on the
night of the 30th ult., of pneumonia.
Mrs. Lark ins, wife of our respected
rellow-citisea J. R. Larkius, in the
CGtb year of her age.
We had the pleasure nf meeting,
last week, Mr. John Titan, of Guide
noes, weDHier county, jseD. He says
wnea ne lett none, a snort time ago,
there, were no young grasshopper as
yet in his part of the country.
Ex Gov. Furnas ha just finished
planting aixty acres of orchard this
spring. Thi makes just 160 acres of
aa orchard for him. This orchard,
aud bis vast nurseries, are two mile
weat of Brownville.
Gov. Gather is relaxing himwlf
from the earae of official life, ia his old
home in Webfer county. I ike an
apostle of old, he weat a fshing, but
is said to have fished largely iathe
shade, and to be good for aotae most
eegstraordinary fish stories: Those
Oregon salsson are peculiar fellows.
But, if Silas wasn't Governor, we
should be constrained to add that one J
or bis companions drew xleetle tbe
longest bow, after all Stale Journal.
RlVIBTOW, Fraaklin Co.," Neb.
April 30th, 1875.
Editob8 Chiif :-l)espite the draw
backs of last season, the Rivenonisns
are still vigorbus, and the farmers of
the rural districts are busy in the
fields of Ceret. The addition to this
mighty metropolis? of mills, bridges,
stone buildings, pine and cottonwood
shanties, log houses, pig-sties, sta
blings and dugouts, is looming up,
L:t. . ii.ii . . ...
wmw mo oia town in aaoger, is
right on its ear, because the youngster
of yesterday assumes authority that
"pap" does not feel disposed to allow.
Now Sir, it sometimes happen? that
there is a back action, or a rebound
ing principle, like that of India rubber
in the conduct of communities, snd
why not with the "town in danger."
In the past history of "Vinegar Hill,"
(as some people aro pleased to call
this place) the determination on the
part of the dads? appeared to be to
close the gates of the city sgainst all
but those who bought magnesia lime
stone, at a dollar per cubic foot, and
find their own water. But since the
necessity of the case called for a change
in the programme, a company was
formed which started an addition to
the town so as to be able to give all
who needed sand to mix with lime, a
genuine article free of charge, as well
as supply the ancient city? with an
unlimited supply of water, by means
of Billy Kennedy's "hi-phroli-kin
ram," (hydraulic ram.) All this noble
disinterestedness on the part of the
young scion, the "old gray-pates" of
Vinegar Hill gets mad, takes a large
pickle birch broom, and swears that
no schooner shall pass the port at
Chapman's landing, couth of town,
without towering her fore-top-sail to
the port Admiral of Riverton ; and
admire bis empty lingo. Of course
you will say, that this is bad law, and
only suited to monarchial countries,
with which Fentiment I coincide, as to
the first part of tbe sentence, but to
the second part let He tell yoa, that
heretofore Riverton wa? a miniature
absolate,monarchy, in tho midst of a
Republic, where resided a da'y acieJi
ted embassy from the court of St.
James, or some such place. But now
since the establishment oi a Republi
can addition, ou the east coast of the
Thompson Dardanel'g, monarchy ware
with sentiment, and fate seal the re
sult. I was just thinking that it woald
be n good idea ; for to petition the
Governor for a day of thanksgiving;
at an eariy day aa possible, for sending
grasshoppers last fall, so that the
thingamy be repeated this naming
one, Mr it was aurely a God send, to
long-winded speech makers, and "Boca
Aiders" to have the sufieriag pioneer
totalkaboat, aad liva apoa. For,
should the coming harvest prove fruit
ful, those people mast either starve,
or be supported in idleaem ia the
Midet of plenty, what their bright?
valuable? iatefteetaal mnntraaama
wiUruat ia inglorious klkaasa, for
want of a subject. Aatea,
Sneakia of the addressee af the
Hen. Geo, W. Fraat aad Rer. Tih-
Wm at'Seyracu, K. Y., tha Kear
aey Firm says:
"in tnese addresses there is, af
awrai tie wMal amoaat of ezairge
ratten; aad it ia ta be lagretaad that
it S : rtaraa " fa '.
He wH aaawar battar tbaa the truth.
To aaako aar naatera friatimi' mi
twwaerhr'wttb the ataMaa, k
y aiinsaij far as u a-ire
f UaL acaaw aad tba
wn oaa tnUhTaiJr fn
eastern audiences. There prooabiy
is not very much suffering in Buffalo
eouuty at lean, for Lieut. Trout ears
that tha relief beard there gobbled up
taeVe-upplies iataaded for three other
cowatiee in additiea to their owa,
aad held onto the rations. It's very
certain they doat intend to suffer:
but other counties where thoje up
pfiea were inteaded for have perhaps
been inconvenienced by their action.
Omaha Republican. .
THE LAND OF GOLD.
One aftht letaised Slack XQlsXlstn
Ulb ft "Bee" Separtar All
Charles Collins, the "Wild Irish
man" of Sioux City, who has the
credit of being tbe originator of the
present Black Hills excitement, ar
rived here Thursday afternoon from
Cheycne, accompanied by the imacrs,
fifteen in all. who were taken nut of
tbe Black Hills by tbe United States
troops. The party, with the excep
liisofM. R. Corderro, of Wichita.
Kansas, went right through to Sioux
City. He remci ed over here and will
start for bis home to day.
Much scattering information has al
ready been published concerning the
new Eldorado, bnt as yet we have not
seen the whole connected atoiv of
the miners in print. We have obtain
ed from Mr. Corderro, "who has been
there," the whole narrative of the
partie'a winter experience in the HiiU,
and we think it will be read with an
eager interest by the public, whose
attention is now turned to the new
gold fields. Mr. Corderro hails from
Wichita where he has made his head
quarters since I8G7. acting on and off
as government scout, guide, hunter
and trapper, and ia evidently a man
who bad much experience as a front
iersman. He is a regular plainman
ia appearance, being thick set, heavy
ssjuare built, with black hair and black
area, and dark heavy moustache, while
his skin is tanned a dark brown, almost
tbe color of an Indian.
The departure of the party of min
ers from Sioux City early last fall is
already well known.
from that point extended over seven
hundred m3ai ia a circuitous wander
iag. They went up the Elkboru,
crossed in n northwesterly direction a
streets called the Kecapaubai, struck
the south fork of the White Earth
river, reaching the Bad Lands, and
thence to the north fork of that stream
thence to the Bad River valley.
Thirty-five miles further on they had
to build a road all tbe way from the
breaks of the Cheyenne down a dis
tance of ten miles. They traveled
from there 215 miles, a great part of
which was unnecessary, but which
was the result of their ignorance ot
the route. In fifteen days more travel
ing they came within 95 miles of the
Black Hills, which in a direct line
however were not more than 40 miles
After n most eventful march of seventy-eight
day.-), and after considerable
sufferiBg, the party reached
CDHTAR 8 PABK
on the 23d of December' almost dis
hearteud. The first thing some of'
them did was to prospect, and they
obtained fifteen "colors." Others did
the tame with a similar result, and
they became satisfied that there was
gold there. That same evening
was held, and it -was decided to build
a stockade, for which a location was
at once selected, and on the moaning
of the 28th, tbe men went to work
with n will, and in a few days
eighty feet square, with four bastions,
making it on the four corners 90 feet
pquare, was erected. It was composed
of logs thirteen feet high, one foot
thick, interlaced and pinned, with
other logs inside. Six cabins were
built inbide; they being finished on
the 15th of January. On that saoie
day a part of the company began
On January 25th they were reward
ed with the first good prospect of
three consecutive pans, weighing a
half dollar each. On the 27th the
same party took out ten dollars worth,
which was given to Gordon and
Wicher to take back to ?ioux Ci y
tor exioniuon. uorjon and wicn r
started for Sioux City February 3d,
arrived there on the 27th. On the
17th of February two of tbe party
Blaekwell and McLarne became dis
AFBAIT) OP THE INDIANS
and started for h't Laramie. On the
6th of March another party of four,
Warren Williams Donald McDonald,
Henry and Thomas started for Chey
enne. Warren and Thomas faithfully
promised to ritura with he'p, which
would have been needed iu May, as
the Indians are troublesome then. In
order to shield themselves from the
charge of cowardice aad "weakening,"
they created a ialse tyaipathy for the
stockadVrs, and told exaggetated tales
of their sufferings, when no such
sympathy was wanted. The tniilitary
officers, acting under orders, and in
-eited to greater activity by this ym-
patny, at once started Tor tbe stock
ade with a force from Ft Laramie,
jratded by -TYillKu.? ana McDonald,
who bad remained at Ft Laramie, and
wba received $50 each for their ser
vices as government guides. Ti.a
troops' never could have found the
stockaders without their guidance.
xae wncsauera aau pten'y or pro
l ,J)0 r-oods of floury 400
pounds ot' bacon, 24 bead of cattle,
aad sagar aad coffee to last them for
fear moatba, aad if they could have
received their mails, to have learned
tba feeltBLs and movements outside,
they woakl bare avoided both In
dians and troops. 8a tbe stems of
their auafcrings were Mere inventions
of tba iamciaatioa.
Tbe laar.s aever bothered them
at aN, and bad tbey dene so tbe atock
adars bad 30,000 roaada af amnaMiea
aad ware faby armed with aeadk guae
revolvers aad rUaa.
tbk cocirraT, jutv wmat
taa wtatar aroaaaetia aa aaa
tba galab fcr urn auma. Ia aa nkwe
did taay fail ta gt tba "aelat" dewn
Ian ar six fcev aad a Brasssat af
tbraa to Mrtattf va aaau aar
fcPJ JN,saat af gravU. Tain nay .
m aaaft aasl
tts fiaai aart .tatouajt. ahmmawjli
naaitbar aide,af tba. aMleavftalfcaa
through to bed rock. OwtsiawW thai
they were ia what is called ayfamtcr.
"the centre of the Misera! bad of-th
Black H'tlls." At ieast 30 ar 40 MmW
of silver and gold beating ariB
specimeaa of which Mr. Carlwra ha
with him. Ia theea different ledge
they imak down 40 er 50 been, mmm
of them being 20 nr SO feat dee, la
one place they ank down, ia a ledge
called Douglas ledge, fmm which n
piece of rock was taken. It was harri
ed, ground and washed in a ra, and
ten or fifteen "colors" of gold taken
from it. As to tlie nilver, thry relied
uK)ti the reports of othrr?, who
could be depended ipaa fee vrraeiry.
One man ayed the silver takea our.
and bald it went $120 to tbe tea.
The most feasible route nnearding
to Mr. Cordero. would be from slaM
any point on the Union paifie pedaHy
for men from the South and Wert, ai.d
Omaha he considers the best oaifi t
ing point. He iutend raisiag a warty
at nnce is Kansas, and be within sight
of the Black iiills within sixty days
In case the country is not opened hy
that time, be will remain within tbe
northwest boundary of Nebraska till
that event occurs.
There is any amount of timber ia
tbe Black Hills, principally Norway
pine of immense growth. A Mr. Lo
gan, a heavy lumber man from Ran
Clare, Wis, who was one of the party,
states there is enough pine there to
fence in Nebraska, Dakota aad Kan
sas. It will Male from 100 la 1,500
leet per tree. ThedootVof s avak
ade cabins were Made of jHwaUfrMras,
twelve feet long, 17 to SftacfceTwlaV,
and an inch thick, hewn out by mean
of the broad axe alone, and did Bot
have a single knot in them. The
bight of these trees is from 150 to 170
feet, and trees two feet iu diameter
at the butt, will run up fifty feet with
out a single knot, and at that bight
will measure 18 inches ia diameter.
There is a dense forest 90 miles long
and 15 miles wide, as far as they could
On top of the peaks, one can see
clear to the White Earth Ri;er, and
the eye wherever it sweeps ever the
broad expanse rests upon heavy tim
There are three peaks. No. I
and 2 are the ones that Custer was
on. No. I is perfectly bald. Har
ney's Peak, the original oac, is high
est of all. vThese three peaks lie in
the form. of a triangle.
" No coal nun discuvured, but plenty
of jet, used for bracelets and other
ornaments, was fuun iu gfeat quanti
ties. There ia plenty of wafer and the
country is splendrliy adapted for graz
ing. When the traiu reached there,
tho cattle were almost iayed out and
useless but in a lew days they entire
ly regained their format condition.
They only lost one ox, which died of
old age and hard u?age,
we will state that Mr. Cordero is firm
ly convinced that there is gold and
silver in largo paying a'Ugtines in the
Black Hills, and that the opening of
that territory will prflvo the greatest
benefit this Western,country especial
ly the Missouri ValUy has ever receiv
ed. He has not yet made a dollar nut
of his trip, but he would not take $50,
000 for his interest iu the Black Hills.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
Jno a. PhllliMs, . Prop.
Has joit openH harness thop ia tfais
place, aud solicits tb patronage or the pub
lic. Ha will keep constantly on hau4 tha
best material tbe taaiket affords.
on aiort notice and
All Work Warranted and Satisfaction
Shop opposite the Elkhorn Hotel.
SiTsrton, Fraaklin Connty, Nsaraska,
W. a T3QXBZ0X, - Prop.
Will entertain his guests ia the most
gentlemau-like manner, with as good
tare as the market afford.-?.
To the trsrelins public we woald ear sire
nun a caiL
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
N0TA2T PUBLIC AND 1E1L ES7A7S
Rivertaa Fnwklla Canary Nebraska.
SW Claims for sale aai Uiloriac deae ia
tha latest style.
620S9S BITCZ, lux, PlOnilTOl,
M3od Aecemmndationtt Lherjf ami
Q. D. PBOCTOB, PMrminoat,
The TraveTia jrahHe W7W I
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MjatMitka iiaaajsaf ana asiaaa, wasaV
toaftaa eiaat Baa Clav htiasa ea
MIm ft. A. Manuell,
Taf iwrctfn7 fsifcrsa tne L4la of ft4
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PLAIN StWING.f ill KMs.
Oa ajsTiaA for sal t 1m SMwtaiswt
LADIES HATS. .
Hits S. A. MUNSELL,
RED CLOUD, -
S. V. Iaudlow
Is aow prepared to do all kinds fwerk
The best of Materials used, and all
Done on short notice and at reasonable
Shop in IcNrrr'a Store.
Red Clwiid NfbratKa.
NICHOLS, SHSPASB CO-'S
The BRILLIANT SUCTRiSr this (Jrain
Hario. Time Savin TUKKSliER. isnn.r
eedented in thonnon's of Farm Machine y.
In a brif period it Hm bota Wi leljrknown'
and FULLY KaTAIiLWiEH. a tbe
43BtAI!f Blvf.nriLH RV.VVHT. to sub
mit to the wasteful and imperfect work of
other Threshers, when posted on the v.st
superinrily of this n. for marine grain, nav
iiis time, and doing-fast. thoroohatd econo
Thbksukrmix nan it hichly adrsntKmous
to ran a machine that has no "Beaten."
i,icke-s.".ir"Ap'on." that hnn.llfn Uar.ip
Hrain. Lonir Straw, Heat' tags. FUx.Tiuioty
Mi'lctt anl all such difficult grain nod seeds,
with K.NTiUE KA3K AM) tFKKCTIVK
NESS. Cleans to perfection: sarcs tbo far
mer h' thresh hill i-y extra sarin r ofjmin :
makes no "Littcrinirs: rpuiriM I. FS T II A N
NB HALF the asaal Belts. Boxes. Jour
nals. and dears; easier managed; les repairs:
one that grain raisers prefer to em lor a , n
wait for. even atadranccd prices, while uthor
machines are "oat jobs."
'MirlarafI' wills a.9 1S sid
13 hurae 'lesstei', Ps)etrw, siUo
apelitlUjr sr stesaaralars "nlwsif "
MpresslyrsraTMn POWTEK, asssl
csMalekehr tflssrse Pemcru.
If interested in craia raisiar. ortkreskin.
write fur Illust.a ed Circulars(CBtlree)wi:k
full particulars of site, styles, prices, teres,
SICUvUI, AHEFABm t CA..
BattU Crttl; ilichipt
amTERTiniac: t raen
S mat!. All tw.nwin
aakiaa contracts with newspapers for the in
sertion of advertisements shoald send !$
cents to Oao P. Row u. 4 Co.. I Park Re.
New Vork. for their PAMPHLIiT-20UK
(aiaefy-aerearA edition). eoaaiatBK lists ot
orer 2000 newspapers aad estimate, showing
the co.'t. Adrertifeaseata Ukea for leading
papers ia many States at a tr nn-ndeas re
daction from pablishers rates. Grr rat book
First la ths Rsli-laliiisd 1853.
Dail $10. Weekly 12.
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ta be fbaad in tba Wast, wiH f 1 nay
order, large er small, ia the bast ojrfc
at abort notice, aad at tba lowest
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Has lately changed bands, aad i
aow Binder the managemeat of
iT. T. WEBB
Who will akke it tbe best Hate!
West of Lincoln..
He has ia connection with this be el
Guests can fed to and from the de
potfreaefekarpa. JajMlnta. AdnllaC. lie
A Paper far tbe People, a Friend of the
Parmar and Isdustnal Clause.
CHvrn l Xvry n aejfcrlfcr.
This picture rcpr-snuu Ctn. Olirrr It.
Pcrnr in the actof passlnfruia one ship to
anothrr in small oprn boat, .lurid the heat
ot ike bat le. exposed to the fireof the enemy.
It Uhskm 16 by 22 1-2 la&H,
Is artistically finWhfd ia thirteen colors and
is andonbtixllo the most diabte chromo ev
er oSTere I s a prrmiam. Iriz'e copies of It
sell at 93 00. n e have at a crest outlay se
cure! the exclasre control an I nale ol it.
and therefore are enabled to present it tu oar
pa'rons as alwire.
The KNUUIKKR still stands pre eminent
asa8nt-cla .S'ewsppr. Its various de
parttnants allot! ed t.
And CJraarrl News.
All five evidraceof the care and pai-s taken
to su, ply its readers witk uUttm mem aad
td a nsfittr t aaaalaavBMCaasMMH fail to
inicrm eeen W4.vja9aaaanare)i the kease
noia. aasssrnja M
uirect toaa. ,
FARAjjf IkLEANa Pub's,
Smith t& Calvert
Wholetale and Retail
Dealers ia Furniture.
Wbtvre Fi-abmc. iflirrerrn.
and Unalcr alee a (SoaHla.
WARE R0OM3.-DPPO3ITB TUI COURT
Omaha ' and Lincoln nriees
duplicated. Special tarars to those
wishing Large bills aud tha trade.
Te tie Editor of the Chie.
iWiiljea essM iaforsa
cvatK raat cwaavmsTiaw
aa4allsUaorian of tW Threstt aaJ L
aa4 that,' tfr ka aae In aty .praetice. X
ea hWrvsis f m.U vUl five
i it will aa haselt. Ia4ae4, .
svJaiav I will sea4 a aaaaaarfa.
Sre. ta aa safferar aslireesiaa -
fleasa shosr this letter te umy oaa yea aaay.
kaew who is saJeria treat Usse lis eases
DR. T. r. BURT.
The nalnwianil aaa Jast eeeaatttaj hie
&' 'js ..&,
fOMpaaaV. " "T
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Take taia awtkea ts iafwn ttw PakNc that he has Jaat
apaatS as a new aad saasleti StMk ef
DRY GOODS GROCERIES,
CamMtina ta aarf ef
CALICOES. DAKK. MOOT PINK
DKESS TRIM.MINUS 4 LININGS,
COKSETS A SKIRTS, VAIL8 Jt OLOVKS.
IlLKACliKP AND UNULKAJIIKD MI'SLINf
TABLE LINEN& A WWKLINU. A
PANTS, OVKU ALLS A 8HIIITING, .
BOOTM ftHOCH. MATS aft VWH9
COFFEE, SUaURS 4 TEASif iM KMa
Ctinttf Fmitt, Oytttrt an Crtcktrt,
araMWlirf aMM arawawClarg lvam.Cwy
FLOUR. MEAL A BAOON- J
AbJ ererything asaaliy kept in n Firat Claaa Dry UeWs A Ureeer) Slot.
-T. O. Pottsjr,
9t CUed Nsbraskj.
THE CHICAGO LUMBE t YARD
KecDsaonstautly on band the largeit stock of Dry Pine Lumber 1 tha
BLIXIMi, MOrLMGM, I.I
and all fcinJaof
Our stock is well selected aud purchased direct front the rfb, ami
old as low as tbe lowest.
NEW HARDWARE STOilfi, I
WHOLESALE AND IlETATL
MITCHELL & MORHMIT
Have opened a new stare and bare juat reoeircd a full and complete atock of
HAUnWABE, Catlery, Cipcater
COAL and WOOD STOVES. We bare also a Tin Shop conneete
with our Store. Wa asanufaetare Tin, Copper A Sheet Iron Ware.
Our Stock is LARGE aad well assorted, and wa will daal aa low as any
hoBse west of Lincola.
Call and Ste Bsftrt
Opposite tbe LwMbar Yard.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
RKD CLOUD, --
al srery ArtUU uaaJIy krpt ia a First Clasa Lntabar Yard.
I GCARACTEE TO BtllsICAT? A2Y BILL THAT CAN bTgOT
AT JUNIATA OR BASTINGS.
I. BERENZEN A OO.
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Lime, Tarred Paper. Etc
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