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HVjSINESS DIRECTOR fi a
Attorney at Law.
r. R. WILLCOX. J. 8. GILHAM.
WlllcoX A Gilham
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will Practice in all the Court of the
b Co!lectia Promptly Attended to
OFF CE IN POST OFfldB
ftcd Ctaad. - . Keb.
ATrOUNEY AT LAW,
K0TA2T PUBLIC A275 2SAL ESTATE
Red Cloud, Ncbrnxhn.
County Sitperintemlait of PuhUc In
struction. Cobb, iterqubtt & Moore,
Oniofa will be itTatt adance at eneli
tenn of the Dixtrict Court of I'dv aercraJ
eetmUet ia the Iiepab'.icaa Valley. 21
A. O. HOWEN.
J AS. LAIED
OWE & LAIRD,
Att'noys at Law
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Will practice in all the ComUo
Real Estaie Agents, &c.
W. K. RICUARDSOS, J. A. TULLEYS
Richardson & Tulleys,
KAL ESTATE & CQL'CTOiO ASS17TS
If HI buy and tell Real Extite ofl Commis-
io. anil pay taxe. tor non-re?idcnU.
Special attentinu siren to collection. Cor
rtvpondanee nllcit-4. A'l letter of iuiuiry,
or on busine promptly answered.
BED CLOUD. - - - - NEB.
J. II. free 121 a ii,
Buys nnd sell"' Western Securities.
IrZrScJiool Jitvuh a SpecvtJty.
Real Estate Doaiers,
BLt5'.:lNGr0N - - - NED
Hurt ccnet'ntlr for sale a large quantity
of choire ltiidn in Southern Nebraska.
Aii" buy and e'I tand on Comtnusioa and
py Taaes tor uoa-rcsidvnu.
i Afention lo elven to the proe:u
tt n or all claims before the local u ii general
Land OfGcej. itud Secretary of the lut.rior.
i. wji,L6X rroprii'tor
Goad Stables, Good Beds, andSiuara
Meals at Reasonable Rates.
The Patronage of the Travelling Pub
lic, Respectfully Solicited.
Xa Olede House.
Red Cloud, Nebraska. .
HO. BILL. --. Proprietor.
Cod Ntable la Conacllea with Ike
This hotel biwbeen rcGttcd andrcfunsisbed
tbrouehout. Coromprcia" Men. Railroad Men
and all iar:ic? visitinc Retl "oud. will fiud
naple accot&iaoda(;o& at thia iiotel
r MYJEB &FEED
J. D. POST, Proprietor,
Ravine fitted wp a larse Stable it rrenare
at all tiaiea to furnish room and feed for team
Livery rif on ahort notice.
Stall West of the Valley Hcuse,
A. B. I1AXXER.
at the Billiard Hall, Red Cloud.
iQrShavtng, Shampooing and Hair
Cutting in tho highest style of the
1 Ciiy Meat Sfmrket.
MARK H. WARNER,
Has tost opened a Meat Market en
Webster Street, Bext door south of
ark's Sho " )p where he will Keep
aadaeu fresh meats of all kinds.
HIGHEST .MARKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEF CATTLE. HOGS,
Red Cloud. - - - - Neb.
Wines & Uqaors
Ckelng, St king, Tekacce
GMM D FfiUITS
Of ALL KINDS,
A SpeauitfS -
SrcwWyr wwaaaan! y s MaM.
akaav vy-j naii
I, W. TIJIE YH,
U. S. PENSION SURGEON'
Office 3d door Sout! of Court Uoa-.
Istiiszcs Cm aCla East af lei CIrai
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
HID CLOUS. WS337E2 C0TOT7, JTE3,
4t3TPartica!ar attention given to Re
pairing Fiue Watches and
. i. IV I LLC OX,
N 3TARY PUBLIC.
Conveyancing and all other Netarjal
Rusineaa will receive prompt atteatio.
SrDcpoKitions promptly and oren
ly taken. Address,
Rfcp cloud. KKiiriAski.
Regular trir, will be made between
JUNIATA and RED CLOUD,
I shall he pleased to carry pasenper
upon the days nieliUnned, luuvinu He
Cloud at 6 A. M on Mondays, Wudne
days and Fridays. Lcavinp Juniatu
at G A. 31., on Tucaday.i, Thur&days
HAMPTON & RALSTON.
Having Ion.ed the Wagon and Black
smith frhop, lately occupied by Ira
Sleeper, are now prepared to do every
thing iu the Hue of
Repaired on short notice-'kod ip a
Workman-like manner. ."
WAGONS AND TUQGIES MADE TO
HAMPTON & RALSTON.
RED CLOUD MILLS.
Constantly on hand. All kinds of
k SUEETIKoT . ".
AND BRIDGE PLANK.
All sold Cheap for Cah.
Call and examine lumber and prices.
FITS CUHEO FREE ! I
Anv nerson saffiertaa from. the sbore dt-
ease u reqWsste! ti add row Dr. Price, and a;
trial Brittle of taediciac will ba lurwarded by
Thfconlveost beinc the Exrre5 eSanr.
.WuiJi owing to,aay larire ba:iie.-s, ar utaall.
Dr. Prico has laadeih tfeatrae.it of
FITS 4r BPILEPY
a.ptntly for years, and he will warrant a cure
by tkenae erirfs femeJy.
D not tall to send to him for a trial bottle;
it oosta nothing-, and he,
WILL CURE YOU,
no mstterofhow' loft rtxndinr ynr ease
may ba. or how many other tmmttiiti may
Circalan ana testimonials seat with -
fuee trial bottle.
Be particular to aire your Kxpreaf, as well
in your Post Office directioa. and
DR. CHAS. T.PRICE.
" William Strtret. aew York.
Having obtained the agency for tie
State of Nebraska for
0 WS1TS' fftLS.1 ATO WSLL S02XH&
And pro-ridetl onrselves ih irst
class machinery for makinjf Wells, we
take this Method of snliekiRg ordera
froai aH wh saelt watersapply.-
to t ink wall with tha at-
aaa ia a atutactery aMkaar.
aa-CtraT aad ether ttaato tahea ia ex-
Beta the daly aathoriaed aceata fcrtSb
State.waAferCaatr,feWaUp, aad iadi
SPLENDID icMS-fael I'O A SMALL.
M f I Ui ti jt l
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OWKN t aOSTGOMBRT.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
REB CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Xotkn in tkb CWmn 10 CfJ Line
The Meat Market it Red do3.
Tits is a food chasee for a aaaa with
ds!1 cas to secure a good focatb.
ti buIKIiajt. and what beloBga there
lot together with the jtood will,
ferred my chatp. Inquire
Atwtrmi m f
frwaa Uie atc4 Cloatf P. .
J cki ata Leaves Monday's
Wcdnej-day' and Friday 7 a- aa;
Mail closed 9 p. m. Airiea Tusa-
day Thursday and Saturday's" p. ic.
;HaHvard Leayca Tttadnri .Mi
tnrtafs e p. UJ. amvea -ijaaaoay
and Friday's 5 p. a. Mail deaed
" 6x p. nj. '
FiANkiiK, goin east, Monday's
and Thursday's 2 p. .' oiu west
Tuesdayfs and Friday-' 10 a. m.
Pleasant Bill feaven Thuwdays C
a. in. Arrives Wednesday 4 p. ai.
Mail closed 9 p. a.
JkwklL. Kansas. arrie- nJay s
rf i- IU. X.-iIC-l-Xi if...
lt 1 A.,lina MMflilf I 1
fRtt, Kbsm, vhn1riy'8
I 12 a.m. Leaves Thursday 1 p. to.
Office open from 4 antill 6 p. m.
All registered matter must be in
the evening before the mails leave.
M. B. McNrrr, P. M.
Services eyery firat and third Sab
baths of esch month at Red Cloud
and Inavale, 10 o'clock A. M. at
Red Cloud. 2 o'clock P. M. at In
avale. Every second and fourth
Sabbaths at Batin and Harmony
Precincts. Rev. A. Maxwell,
BAPTIST CHURCH. ReV. Thos.
MtufLOW, Pastor. Services every
fourth Sabbathat TJ p. M.
Sabbath SfcnoOL every Sabbath
morning at 1 1 A. M.
J. Q. Potter 8upt.
Prayer mcetiur Sabbath and Thurs
day evenings. All held at the school
house just north of town.
Bargains in Real
Willcox & Giliham.
Have for sale choice tracts of land,
aod good claims.
of inquiry answered
ICO acres deeded laud. 1 miles east
of lied Cioud. 80 am) good bottom
grass laud, balance Muooin upland
W - .z z
A good daim of 100 acres, three
miles from Red Cloud, well watered
and some timber. A few acres under
cultivation. Can bo taken as a home
A rood claim or 80 acres, four mile9
from Red Cloud, south of the river.
Timber and water.
ICO acres 3 miles frora town. 100
acres bottom, 60 acres level upland, a
spring on each SO ; t running stream
through the quarter, 40 acre improv
ed, a log hous-e 15x18, 15 acres vrbear,
10 acres oats, 10 acres corn. One-half
the .mall grain and all the corn crop
will be sold with the land if sale is
made in sixty days. One cow, 3 plows,
1 harrow, 1 span horses, harness and
wagon, and 2 cultivators.
Nw 34. 3, 9, Biing; 30 acresunder
plow, a good well, dugout stable l6x
45, hewed log house 16x20. Cheap.
For further particulars call off or
Willcox. & Gilliiam
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB.
Messrs Sheldon & Coffee, of
Grand Rapids, Mich., called o s
Saturday. They were oa their way te
Cheyenne and stopped here es a vi?it
to Mr. L. C. Olastead, who ia a broth-er-ia-rawofMr.
Luth?rMick Is baildiBg afeaee
arouadr his hoase aad lota.
We aaw a drove of aboat" 150
horses and Bales up the river W
Saturday. This herd have had M kay I
iuia wuner aaa are looking apparently
Stock is gtiaiat Tory (atete
We are haviag sotM of the awt
beaatiW weather we aver saw. It hi
aot toocoM aor Uk etar hot, hat it
so refreahwar it ncaas alajeet like a
dreaaakad, aaa carries as backtatae
daysofavr childhood when we aeei
to raa away froai school aad play ia
the woodavwbea the lowers 1 rat be
gaatobleoaa, aad the atgaeaa were
Whea yoa ga to Rirertaa, aad
see ahat awe set ef aaraass at PalUiae.
Saerern letac la have aiada
feaataua. - - ' - t r.- - ,
-"Shorty Baieh" has as ate
Rev.Jiaxwel eaya artiste: is
raff. Niraa aaa yeaac lBerk
9 waieai are tkanaAAJ
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fecKaaiav ill i.ilijy WCK
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Last week (Tharsdsy sight) J. O.
Potter's stare was trekea tato aad hi
a-oaey drawer was robbed ef freai f6
taflO. The thkf ksapaeaedta hare
catered ay a WfaJaw4 aad aatkiaff his
exit by tae back daor,, waieb was
foaad opea. This u the seeaad eeewr
reaee of the kind that has fceppesed
lately, lad we thiak it t. high tiaie oar
cititeas or tHctr ofllaera Wjts. uklag
soese aaeaaj to iad oat the" pcrsoas
who are oeamitiag these depredaiwai.
Ed. Saiith has coveted kii Bil
liard Table with a new rfoth, aad tied
ap taiags geaerally. AH lovers of the
gaaieare respectfully iavited to aalL
U. 11. L'rary, ot uatdenock, says
he has pleated oat 14,600 trees this
spring, ne planted 7,000 oa his tin
ber claim aod the other 7,000 oa his
"Brotherly affectioa'Js sotneth!ag
we like to see, but when it goes ea far
that we cannot get shaved oaly once
in two weeks, we ean't see the point
We mi?s thee at home, TousoriaL
Mrs. J. B. Stanser arrived at tRs
place last Saturday, direct froai og
The Hebron Jouraal coataioe aa
essay on "Hutaan Owls," aa origwal
poem, "Anger, ' aod "A twelve4aiile
wajk in Nicaragua," all byMellifff
(whose Initials we suppose are E. 31.
Correll.) Bro. C. aren't you wasting
your "sweetness on the desert air?"
perhaps the first named article was in
tended as an autobiography.
James La Due starts for California
to day. He ia one of our oldest set
tlers, and leaves a host of warm friends
who will miss his society.
Carl Weber has his bnwliug alley
close on to completion, and says thdt
it will be in running ordsr in a week
or ten days.
Mr. Jno. B. Stanser, living near
this place lost a span ol horses while
he was at Hastings last week. Any
one Guding the same or giving infor
mation leading to their recovery will
be liberally rewarded.
Mr. Wood, brother-in-law of Mr.
Frank Mattison, called on us jeittr
day. He is lately from the east, and
has land up on the Sappy, which place
he will start for in a few days.
There will bo a Sunday School
Mass Meeting next Sunday at 9 o'clock
All are invited to attend and bring re
ports of the several Sunday Schools of
Messrs O. and Alex. Ber.tly have
been in town for several days past
They arc recently from Delaware Co.,
Iowa, and we understand they contem
plate buying several hundred acies of
land a few uiles weeiwf towa. If they
succeed in making the purchase, they
will bring in a large herd of cattle to
stock their farm.
Mr. Talbot, of Guide Rock,-called
on us yesterday. He reports every
thing lovely at that burg.
W. H. Ludlow tells us that he
has corn large enough to plow.
Fifteen to twenty dollars saved.
Any one wishing a first class sew
ing, aiachine can save from fifteen to
twenty dollars by the simple strategy
of choosing a Wilson Shuttle Ma
chine, one of the most perfect and
capable machines ever invented. It
has every valuable improvement that
can be named, and as all its friends
know, works with equal facility in
all classes of work and on all
kinds of gswte Machines will
be deliverd at the nearest Rail
road Station to your place free of
transportation charges, if ordered
through the Companies Branch
House at St, Louis Mo. They send
an elegant catalogue and chroooo
circular, free on aplication.
This Company want a few more good
The following is a list of the jurors
drawa for the June terst of the Dis
trict Court :
GRAND JORT. ,
' Tted Cload J. L. Miller. Samocl
PAMartia, Peter Anderson,- Bv B.
Crandall, Geo. W. HuaiueL Oaide
Rock Otis L Battles, M. C. Jackaaa
H. J. Milner, C. P. Norris. Walaut
Creek L. H. Luce, Harvey Palraer.
Hamony Joseph L. Graadstaff, 8..
It Bierce, Isaac Cowley,. Sylvester
Day. Batia David Fetr.
Bed Cload-W. E. Jacksoa. W. Y.
BaaCDarid Lata, Chaa. Teahworih,
W. N. Richardsoa, R- L. Tiaker,
Mania Paalca. Guide Bock Lawk
Sauta, WUlkar Sawyer, Gaef-ga Bai
ley, Heary Uoakiasv Albert Lathrop,
U A. Laae, Asaer BeaL Wakat
Craak Georga W. Rise,- Jeaae M.
SeOars. Taoaaa Kaaaedy, Unsaa
Hwklridge. Haratoay Akx. May,
Jaba MeCaKaat. 0k Creet-D A.
Aadarsaa, Oaaar Ajraaid, X liaary
Habart, Akx. Riley.
taiae lacx tcaaal IcfaftV
Beaortatfrst awatb of school af
fwaHaar tam, taagat ia Dist. N. lt
Per aeat af attcaaaaa. 9. '
Whole wusbar afdan kat by. ab-
atbar tardy aar abeeat
Mary Han. EtaafH
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ESTRAY NOTICE .
Takea ap by the aaderstgaeJ, oa
See: 30. Towa. 1, raage 12, on the
18th day of April, 1375 ; Oae cow 1 1
years dd, color a light red. brush of
tat! white, aader crop ia right ear.
35-5w AcousT PiEiisToaru.
Red Cloadi April 2Utb, 1875.
BORIN WELLS.-By Rev. A.
Maxwell, at his residence in R-d Cloud,
May 5th, 175. Ma. FtiANK Bous to
Misa Alma R. Well, all or Web
ster Ca. Neb.
Notice U furefcy given that sealed
proon! will be received at the office
of h W. Tulleys. in rUd Cload. anti)
the 23th day of May, 1875, for furnUh
isx ten cords of wood for the ue of
the school honoe in Dint. No. 'J. Wood
to bo sonad, foar feet in length, and
to be delivered at the School Hou.mj
in Red Cload; oa or before the 1st daj
of July, 1875.
L W. Tci.Lr.ra,
Whea you find a womfla eternally
talking about the virtue of her neigh
bor-woman, set ber down as either
malignant, ignoraat, or what b still
This would be wholesome diet for
save of our "high-toned" circles to
Vatic te Teachers.
Notice is hereby given. That I will
examine all persons who may desire to
oSer themselves as candidates for
teachers of the primary or common
schools of the county, at my office in
Bed Cloud, on the first iraturaay cf
August, November, February and
May. !!. S. Kaleit,
Two two-horse corn planters for sale
cheap, to close out my stock of Agri
32nf. M. B. McNrrf.
WOOD I WOOD 1
Bercnzen & Co., have a large
amount of wood sale io large or small
quantities to suit.
TEETH l' TEETH I!
Sherer has a good set of instruments
and will extract teeth on short notice,
and in a manner that it will make it a
pleasure instead of something to be
dreaded. Give him a call.
WELLS! WELLS 1 !
All wanting wells bored will do well
to call upon W. W. Habvev,
Inavale, Webster Co., Neb.
atGood notes taken if desired.
The scmt:anua) meeting of the Con
gregational Church of Webster county
will be held at tho School House io
District No. 13, Batin Precinct, on
Thursday and Friday, May 13th and
14th, 1875. A cordial inviutioa Is
extended to alL
Rev. A. Maxwell, Pastor.
37 2t Red Cloud, April 26th, 1875.
The Quarterly Meeting of the 31.
E. Church will take place at Red
Cloud, on tho 15th and 15th of May.
Rev. White, the Presiding Elder,
will be in at tendance.
SCHOOL LAND SALE.
Notice U hereby given that on the
16th day of June, A. D. 1875, at the
hour of 10 a. in., at the Court House,
in Red Cloud, Webster eounty, Neb ,
will offer for sale at public auction
to the' highest bidder upon the terms
fixed by the law, the following describ
ed school lands in said county of Web-
sterf to-wit :
See 16 and 36
1 north 12 west
L nj 30
t nisei 36
nj swj 36
sec 16 and 36
sec 16 and 36
swl nel 16
s n w J 16
nj and ser 16
sec 16 and 36
see 16 and 36
rw swj 16
net fwr 16
16 and 36
sec 16 and 36
sec 16 and 36
sec 16 and 36
sec 16 and 36
t sec 16rfttid 36
No lands will ho sold for less than
seven dollars per sere nor less thau the
appraised value tlereof
Said sale will be adjourned from
day to day till all of said lands have
J. A. Tullkts.
Ia the District Court of the 1st Jo
dical District ia aad for Webster Co.
dabtes LaDoc, plaintiff,
- ..... C. Covey.J ,
- ibc aeftaciaai ia tae above action
will take aatice that the plaiatiff
atare afttftmaed did ea the 26th day
4 Aaril, A D. 1S75. ak bis petitba
ia the abote Maaed eawn, setti-g fonb'
that tie saidsHweadaat Kdwia fc. (V
yey.isiadabied as tbasa'ni plaiatiaT
fcr aba ja eliaal asoaer ef tots fW U
ilSUami x ), ia block f re (5). I
JledClsad, aaaaaMaag tatbeaaasaf
TaiHa (Ml) altars, with iaterePt
srwaa tfce ii A wTApril, A. D. 1874,
aad that plaiaiiffakkas a waaara aaa
' PwanlaTaaksjiiaawiai sat tbaajar
af tj (tiaT'aajwava. with iater
aaaaaaartba al day af Aprfl, A-.D.
JCTvaiBat aasi tots.ff
TA iC af Jaaa,
?1-w w !
'BWa -rW .WaWa7ev . asBwaajA awsswaw
i firiiiM 'i i iiiimn
Ia the District CWt of the 1st Ja
dicJal DUtrict ia aad for Wthater Co.,
Joha F. Bbck,
Joha G. Totter.
Alfred K. Perry,
James M. Baldwin,
H. B. Kttcham,
9rxl laiLir 1',,I
doing buine.4 under the iris
name of Schuster KctchaaiJk
Co., and J. C. Ogdcn, S. T.
Back and D. B. ihrvey. do
ing butnc2 under the firm
naaie of J. C. 'Jgden A Co..
Alfred E Perrr. A. N. Wmr..i.
H. B. Ketcbasa, Mdore Weil, J. a
Ogden, S. T. Buck, aad D. B. Harvey
uo resident defendant' will take no
tice that John F. Black of the county
of Red Willow, in the State of Ne
braska, did on the 8th day of April
1875, tile his petition in the Dtsttict
Court within aul fur the county of
Webster, iu tht State of Nebraska ;
against the above named defendants,
netting forth that the slid Jdh'n G.
Potter and Elizabeth Potter gave a
mortgage to the said Alfred E. Perrv
on lot tea (10) in block twenty :x (26)
in the village ot Ked Uloaii. Neb., and
lots ten and eleven (10 Si II). in block
one (I), in ltichardon's addition to
lied Cioud, all in said Webster county
to secure the payment of the sum of
three hundred (00) dollars, according
to' certain notes referred to in said
mortgage, aad also to secure A E Perry
svaiot his liability on certain joint
debt of the said John G. Potter, and
Alfred E. Perry, amned by John G.
Potter, aad that the said Alfred E.
Perry assigned said mortgage to de
fendant Janie M. Baldwin, sad that
said James M. Baldwin further asyiiru.
ed uid mortgage to plaintiff, and that
since the eivine of said uiortimrr. the
defendants composing the said firm of
5euuster, Ketcham & Co., and .1. C.
Odfen A Co., claim to have acquired
some interest in the premises, so mort
gaged, and praying that raid John G.
Potter may pay the sum of two hun
dred (200) dollars due phintiff with
interest from May lath. IS74, or that
said premi.es may be sold to pay the
same. You and each of you arc here
by notified to answer said petition on
or before the third Monday after the
13th day of May, 1875
Jou. F. Black,
By Willcox Giliiam,
35-4t-$20 Att'ys for Plaintiff.
In the District Court of the let Ju
dicial District, Slate of Nebraska with
iu a fid for Webster County.
Joseph R. Bobtcr,
Mrs. Ricliardson, wife of W.
Richardson, first name uu
known. The above named defendants will
take notioj that the plaintiff did on
the 27th day ol April, 1875, file his
petition in the office of the Clerk of
tho District Court, of Webster county.
Neb., against you. The object and
prayer of said petition is to foreclose a
certain mortgage executed by you to
plaintiff, upon the nw, Sec. 32, town
1. of range 10 west, dated Feb. 19th,
1875, for three hundred and forty dol
lars, due April 1st, 1S75.
Said petition prays judgement
against you for the um of two hun
dred and eighty dollars with ten per
cent interest from tho first day of
April, 1875. You arc required to ans
wer said petition on or before the
third Monday after the 21et day of
H. S. Kaley-.
37 4t Att'y for Plaintiff.
io wnotn it may concern. All per
sons are herby notified that tho M. P.
R. R. Companj have becomo tired of
this wholesale slaughter upon their
timber, in the Republican Valley.
Aod from this time forward we
propose to protect our own interests,
and by so doing we think we sh 11
protect the best interests of the set
tlers, as we are convinced that there is
no timber In the Valley to spare.
Especially to be drawn out ofthe State
or cut into lumber, or in any manner
wasted. And we hope all goott citi
sons will coajtdcr these matters care
fully and lend us their influence to
protect what timber there may be lift
J. D. LOTIRIDOE,
Land Coar. St. P. Railway.
To District School Boards :
You will please take aotice that by
an act of (the Legislature, apwroved
February 25tb, it is aude the daty eft
School District Boards to furaiaa
immediately to the Coanty Clerk a
statement of the aaioaat of Boads
heretofore isso d, and eot already
paid, the date of each Bond, the rate
or iRierrotf aeai warn aaxa want n
V mi will make tlis statement as
possible, aod aniess saade w t
for the Coanty Ceas aiU.no aers te levy
the tax n qaired to pay the iatereat
ob your boads, ao tax wiU be levied
for that parposc.
The law wakes it the duty a the
C woty Cotsn3eers te kvy tba
tax at the sassc tisse other taxes are
levied oa the first Moaday ia July.
By order of the Board ef Comaty
J. A. Tcllet. Co. Gerfc.
Red Claad, April r, M75. 3t 6
GODEYS LADY'S BOOK.
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i alwayS holy ia attcod to aad
This Floel is cutliely fcw, haviag
of tht raveubjr public
STAGE LEKVE3 FOR TfiKRAlLRfJAD ON MONDAY. WKDNI
DAY, AND FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK AT 7 O'CLOCK A. M.
I Cliim tt Have the IEST STABLE West ef Lkictl
Always keeping on head a good Mpphjr of
HAY AND GKAIN,
A!o a good conveyance for the parpose af ebsrryiuc. pajacegra freai tk
place to any other at fcarotjable rates:
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With Droppn or Self Rake.
THE STE"W M &NNY.
THE I. X. L. DRILL.
Buckeye Drill Superior Brmilcmi
Seeder, Fountain Citw Seeder.
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NAILS, BAKES, BOLTS. CORN PLANTERS,
SHOVELS. 8PADB3, FORKS
CARPENTERS' AND MASONS' TOOLS. PAINTS, OKA
COOPER AND NEWTON WAGONS, GLASS. TINWARK.
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