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THE. RED CLOUD CHIEF.
THURSDAY JUNE 10, 1875
Wktf? Cosnty Coaioaei
Wcbfer CV.rNeB.. lie 1b the Valley oi
the RepaVIieaa. U 130 mi let west of theMis
oari River and loaches the SU( Use oa
the South. WiBteWafe'mild and dry; very
little rats or mow falls in that season ao Tit
tle is fact that cattle lire all winter with bo
hay or grain. Plenty of rain ftlhtia'the
fpnnrandsnmiaer. Xbe sasn leers art not
disagreeably warm, as there ii always a cool
breeze especially in the ereninr. The
coanty first began to se.tle in 1870. In 1871
tbecoaaty waterranixed with a pepalation
.. It population is now between 2560
aad 3000 and is rapidly increasing. There
are at present 38 organised school duUrieU
within its boundrier and school facilities are
therefore asapIe-4etter than thoto in sons
Eastern States. The apporlionable school
land furnUhet nearly enough money to pay
teachers' wage. Fanners can bay R. K.
laud front $1.50 to 6 per acre-wilh tea ream
time. There is yet a considerable aaoort of
government lands for homestead and pre
emptions. Asa. stock raising country His
hard '0 excel. Catfle do well, and for sheep
it cannot be beaten, It is jaat sailed to that.
Fortunes ean be easily made by raising sheep
aa the expense of feeding is very small. That
corn, oau, barley, potatoes, back wheat, and
ail kinds ofroot and vegetables, are grown
hero with little labor. 35 bushels of sod corn
to ths acre is nothing new.- Wheat averages
about 5 bushels to the acre. Fruit doei ex
tremely well. Every farmer has bis orchard
trowing. Porest trtta trow rapidly. Cotton
wood, boxalder, whilewood. soft maple, and
many other kinds of trees grow into timber
large enough for fa el in about three years.
Osag orange plants d&Ucely. and in a few
years your live fences can be made. Me
chanics find employment and fair wages. The
ery but and pin est water is obtained by
going from 5 to 100 feet. The cost is very
small when the well is bored. Them wells
never go d.y. The strcamsjf tliU county arc
the Republican and its tributaries, which arc
as follows on the south side of the river.
Walnut, Dry. Uuffalu. State Penny. (Mar,
Hicks, Ah, and (Jaide Hock creek. On the
north side are Willow, Elm, Cottonwood,
Crooked. Indian, and Farmers creeks. In the
north part of the county is the lilue river
aud its tributaries.
ThosollofWcb3terconnfyisn dark, rich
vegeUblc.loam. The wild grasses are nutri
t.ou and abundant, and make most excellent
hay. Timothy, clover, Hungarian and inilltt
will undoubtedly prove a profitable produc
tion. Those who have tried thorn so decido
Our railroad prospects are good, and we
will have a read as soon aa we really seed
one, But the farmers for years willfindready
hale lor surplus productions in the newer
counties wtat and to ncp settler. By the
time 'these markets aro dosed roads for
chraper transportation east will be opened.
Our climate L healthful, the air pare and'
bracinir. and sickness of any kind is almost a
stranger to the people here.
The county seat, RED CLOUD oa the Re
publican river, near the center Mat and west
aud a little south of the center north and
oath. In it are chances for aca ef
every branch of trade.. The irirnahT around,
is auch as to warrant a good business in every
kind of merchandise. Red Cload and Gaide
Rock are the only two laid oat towns. Far
ther information can be obtained from any
land agent who advertises in this paper, oral
Mr. C. C. Gooding, of Michigan,
a brother-in-law of L. C. Olmstcad, of
Inavale, made us a very pleasant visit
last Saturday morning. Mr. &BfinT!
Jit4UdlluJljUlifjeFlo tfaaj State to
ascertain for himself and' numerous
friends in Michigan the desirability of
migrating .ttuuier. Mr. Gooding told
us that he was very mnch disanpaint-
ed with the coadition and nature of
California. Tho reports and rumors
exaggerate the good qualities and omit
the bad qualities of the State. The
tillable land is but a very small por
ion of tho whole surface ; and while a
good yield in California surpasses a
wu yieiu m wis country, yet the
average yield for a number of years is
the former State is but little, if anv.
More abundant than the average pro-.
auction nere. LWornians cannot
depend on more, than three crops out
ef five sown, of amah grain .while
corn cannot Be raised at all, save in
highly favored localities, and tho yield
is very small
Mr. GeodJog gave us eome informa
tion which will make us listen with
complacent self-satisfaction to the
stories of tie large and Ittscieug frnit
and vegetables of the Paciio coast
Cherries and apples, although much
uperior in size aud more tempting in
appearance, lack the flavor and jnicy
taste, of the same fruit in thenaat.
Potatoes, turnips, beets, anions and
lettace are especially unpalatable-com-Pred
with the productions nf the Mis
ssippi valley. A Yy Jew dwrrke
and a taste of the notataetv tnnipa.
ud maguifieent lettnne f!eed-or in
formant Thwojiah'tyin theirmitaad
vegetables h orevalent onh inregbas
The sMahem part of t State
at Los Anflelae mi. Sm Diejco.
been grossly 'nriarerjreaeBt.
Themis nothing, mwHtaJcstnmte,L'Mteer starvation. We shall
which would be at all - attractive to
eastern men. The dry 'see? are
very long, so much no that November,
the month wmem the. winter rake eom-.
mence k called the Byoicieg anaennu
Almoet all who emigrated vthither are
ery much dimpnoiatcd,f ami theee
who are able are returning.
Mr. Gooding, an we hare said aheve
went teCaMfemk far the nmreetef
determining whether it wetwfrimrnhls
fer himeajf ami fiiemk w Michiale
twwere to that Se.-,H esarinaien
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nlatnRpar visHor exceedingly. In
the nonrsje of his conversation he made
some very flattering and cheering com
parisons between the condition of Ne
braska aid the condition of Michigan,
in its early dayr wkeoffc took sevnn
years chopping andf tgrnbbinr to dens
Kroana-Famcicni.'' w a1 paying crnn.
Mr Goo ling wDl nMke favorable re
port of thiseounfy "to his friends in
Michigan, and expects to return with
aboetV)f them. Come on, ye chop
persnd grubbers and follow the plow
over our sun-illumed, grass-robed,
Harvard has oar hympatliy. They
have just organized a bras b .ud there.
The Graud Island' Independent is
regposeible for the 'statement that as
iron ottuc has bceu found near NiaP
Two Ben, Cornelius Rice and Abra
has Koebe), were recently drowned
in the Loop River, jnst sooth of Co
fauaba, while engaged in getting a
spile from the river.
A prominent member of the Con.
Con. played a game of base ball with
the gamin of Lincoln one evening last
week. What of it ? Wont those boy
be voters in a few year?
Strawberries aro plenty in Lincoln.
Would that we were there.
The Slate Journal questions wheth
er it would not be better in a new
country to change from a County
School Superintendent to a District
Superintendent, two or three counties
to conipiise a district.
A revere hail ttorm visited Omaha
lust week. The quantity of glass need
ed to replace the broken panes of the
City HaU, is large. Mr. Beard's hot
house and plants sustained serious
Tho Omaha Republican is refponsi
blc for this Hail stones fell at Platts
mouth that were nine inches in cir
cumference. It is thought that the June rise of
the Missouri river will bs tho highest
J. D. Calhoun, of the .Lincoln Star,
was married on the 30th, to MissOdua
M. Alderman, of Brown villo.
The Lincoln Star thinks the McWa
ters murder needs investigating, and
calls on the ofieers to explain. If the
officers wont, the Star will, as it knows
all about it, and thoy will let McW's
ghost haunt said officials at every feast
If they don't "rise to explain."
A lot of the Harvardites turned out
and broke a lot of prairie for the min
We don't' know how
big either "lot" was.
The wife oOfeJcfoes Mclvin died
liBSuttpjhHast Thursday. She whs
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mod by the upsetting of a lamp
W. H. Somers, of Beatrice, has
planted three-quarters of au acre of
' Gov. Furnas says $2,000 would not
cover his losses from tho hoppers. He
expects to have a quantity of apple,
peaches, and pears. Gov. F. has been
appoiuted by the Am. Pomologicol
Society to deliver an address at their
meeting.at Chicago next September.
No grasshoppers at Fairmont but f
plenty of gophers, which are doing
severe damago to the corn in Fillmore
The Warreusburg (Mo.) JVW tell
how Prof Straight has set the exam
pi? of utilizing the grasshopper as
food. The editor of tho Ntvo was
present at the feast,. with a-number of
other gentlemen aud some ladies, at
tne home of the professor. The Noes
We were helped to soup, which
pliuuly showed iu. locust origin, and
tasted like chicken, soup and it was
good; after seasoning was added we
eouid taste a delicate mushroom flavor
and it,was better. Then came bat
ter cakci, through which locusts were
well mixed. !The noun had banished
all silly prejudice and shafpened our
appetite for this next lesson, and bat-
tvr cea . quaa.qr wiuappvarcu -misv.
Bakedkettets were then. tried, (plain
hwppers, without grease or condiment)
and either wither without aocompaui
mentSjit wiVpronounccd kn excellent
dish, The.aeeni w 'a closed with desert
a la Johav -the Baptistbaked beast
and hooey-ehd if we know anything,
we can testify that that distinguished
Scripture ehamcter must have thrived
on his rude diet in the wilderacse of
Judca A s
Prof. SeraisTht was ence the nrinci-
pei of our 'Pern-Normal School, we
If the g. hoppers come here, we
can enoughto last through. the winter,
Lincoln wants four carvfoad3 of fresh
eggs. If there were four done here
we befieve they woaki sell, for egejs
hava been "skaee" this season, T
7 Dr. Rich of Bendshona City who
died in Mayrof rheart disease, wae n
brother of the editor ef the Nemaha
:, The editor of theHnetiags Jewrne
.wants to awa-dvnhled harrel shot gun:
whnrt nwapw Dagne. gg ready
for athoey aeat wex?-Fairhmr
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A man in Bianwis Co has 160
acres of branm anrn.
Tbe Evening Star nsataine n whole
column entitled "Womaa'a Work."
Calbouo wan mamel a few days ago
ami thinks he know nil abont hmme
kotpinff prebably. ? f
Oat nf an oiehard of 7.00O, great
and small, Judge Mason, of Otoe Co.T
has only one pear tree with leaves on.
all the rest having farni Acd food for
The Star and the Journal don't
seem to agree on their tatiaataa. very
welL The Journal of Sunday says the
Con. Con. "ean begin to see the end
of its labora. The articles on legisla
tion, legislative apportionment, nod
schedale are abont all that remains to
be cleared up." While the Star of
Friday stated that "one month had
already been censnmed aad they are
not more than half through."
XUTOSTAXT TO OUSSS01TS3 SV7-
Department or the Interior.
General Land Owice,
Washington, May 11, 1875.
Registers and Receivers. Gentle
men : Referring to toy Circular Letter
of January 5th, 1875, (copy herewith)
transmitting to you a copy of the act
for the relief of settlers on the public
lands, approved December 28th, 1874,
I have now to inform you that, upou
the earnest representations of Senators
in Congress and other distinguished
citizens of some of the Stbtes embrac
ed by the act aforesaid, and from con
siderations of humanity believed to be
consistent with the general purposes
of the legislation in question, I deem
it proper to so far modify the instruc
tions embraced in the concluding para
graph of my e-aid circular letter as to
hold that the benefit extended by the
law to preemptors who, by reason ot
the ravages of grasshoppers, are com
pelled to leave and be absent from
their lands, may also be extended to
pre-cuiptors whose crops have in like
manner been destroyed, but who have
nevertheless continued their residence
upon their respective claims.
Those whoso crops were destroyed
or seriously injured in 1874, will be en
titled to the extension of one year from
and after July 1, 1875 ; and when the
injury occurs in 1875, the extension
will date from July 1, .1870.
To the end that this class of pre
emptors may not be confounded with
those whose crops are not destroyed or
seriously injured, written notice should
be filed in your office by those claim
ing the extension prior to the date
when their respective period for proof
and payment would other wire expire.
Respectfully, S. S. Rurdktt,
Litter From 3 en. Grant Defining his
President Grant has written.tbe.ibl
wngjetserri-ecn. liarry vuuc,
f-iresiaeni or me recent i ennsyivaman
Washington, D. C, May29, 1875 j
Dear Sir: A hort time subse
quent to the Prcsidentiil election of
1872, tha pres n portion of it hostile
to the Rspublisi n paiiy, aud partic
ularly ?o to the adminiitratina, started
the en of "Caejarisra" and the "Third
Term,'' culling lustily for mo to define
my position on the latter subject. I
bdlicve it io be beneuth the dicnityof
ttie office, which 1 have been twice
called npon to fill, to answer such a
question before the subject be present-
d by competent authority to make a
nomination, or by a body of such dig
nity aud authority as to not make a
reply a fi'r subject of ridicule. In
fact, I have, been surprised that w
many sensible persons in the Repub
lican party should permit their enemy
ro force upon them and their party an
isue which cannot add strength I
th party, no mutter how met, but to
a body of dignity and a party of athor
ity of a Couveutiou to make nomina
tions for State officers of the second
State in the Union having concidered
this question, I deem it not impropper
that 1 should now speak.
"In the fint place 1 never soaght
office for n second or a first nomination.
I was called from a life position, one
created by Congress exprestdy" for me
tor suppoeca services renaeru io jne
ReDubllc. The position vacated. I
liked. It would have been most-agree-1
able for me to have retained it 'untiLl
such n time aa Congrr as might have
comented to my retirement with the
rank nod a portion of the emoluments,
which I much needed, to a home,
where the balance of ay days might
might be spent in peace and the en
joyment of domestic quiet,' relieved
of the cares which have oppressed ate
so constantly for the last 14 years.
Bat the pnblio good called me to
make a sacrifice without seeking the
office for the second term.' The no
mination was tendered ,aie by an unan
imous vote of the delegates ef all the
State and Territories, nelected by the
Repoblicaoeof each to represent their
whole number for therarReee ef mak
ing the nowtaatioa. v I cannot -"say X
wis not pleased at this, and at the
overwhelming endorsement . which) -their
action reeeivwi at thevnlcetien
following, but km net be. remembered
that all the eecrivqe,, except that of
comfort, has been made in'.aceentmg
theirsttemk Tnen.teench a fire'
of peKeneJ nhwee ami sknder.hashscn
keptnpforthe last foer.yeani, pot
withstanding the eonscientiene per?
Jbrnmnce of my dniyr to the, beet of
nay wsMetmamnxmr., nnengn- r mbk,
in th sight ef -aheeejnant- aeemV,
many twaee more enhjaat to isweav:
mum tan enotoretmont .jreeeartne
people, who alone govern ltepe&nemM
aweh endersnaent-wasi a' sjratsnentiew
that kmeeshrrheimnnan Imen'nntiretV
ntednad eawtymL. asl .cs
dewier tlw third term. I do not
want k anv ntere thin Idid jtke tree.
I weeid net write or utter' a' ward to
pteesmr'and hwvtna-.thetw.ehoimw . The
qnostionot uie munner onermeaHew:
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eie anv one gxeenuveeanomy,
emarfyin tl;e shaee of a nrepawnan
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tire Weanea he has been ekfct
in ernes, will wrove nnfoitmwia, if nei
dieaetrene. The idee that any man
cenld elect hsmeelf President, ererea
nominate himeeif, is preporterne. It
is n refection on the inteUigenee new
netriemm nf.tae .people te hmms
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"To recapitulate: I am net nor
have I ever been a candidate lor a
nomination. I wowtd not aeeept n
nomination if it were tendered nnleas
K should come under stefa ctrcumataa
ees not likely to arriite, I coogratakte
the Convention over which yon presi
ded, with' the harmony which prevail
ed, and with the excellent ticket nnt
in the field, which I hope will be
"Your obedient servant. -
0. S.Grakx, 1
To Gen. liarry White. President
"Pennsylvania Repub.ican State
A. J. RENNECKKR, --- Prop.
Six attes Statlwwt of ltd Cleti. en
tks read te Smith Center.
A.J. lUaneckerhassgninonenedhubot 1
and woald call attention te kit nnemrfaeit
iiieafor nroviding eatertaiaiaest for man
and beaU The tab'e always provided with
the best the aatMon affords, and freak ?lafc
every day. w
A road has bees oneaed U jUm Hotel
through the farm of taw nronrfeaer, wkiek
shortens the road, aad is open-as au travel
except. the drtviagof looiVstoR. y "
e vc aavaacEia's nerM. aenfat
9-The under-igaed baa alsoon aansk
ery above the Re4 Cload bridge, wwereafall
tapplr of fresh fsh eaa be procare at any
tiaie daring the eouinc'eaaoa.
PARTIES wihing fresh fish eaa gettketa
at the fishery between the bridge aad
the noariag aid. I will alao be in town oa
Saturday of each week at the corner ef Shar
er's drag store, with a load ol fresh fish. 40tf
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
. H. Pkillips, - Pr.
Has just opeaed a harness shop in this
rlace. and solicits the patronage of the pab
ie. He will keep constantly oa baaa the
best material the market affords. .
w3-Repairiag done on s'-.ort notice and
AU Work Warranted and Satisfaction
Shop opposite the Elkhoru Hotel
lirtrion, Trasxlin County, Xtbracka,.
W. C. THOMPSON, - - Prop.
Will entertain his guests in the most
gentleman-like maimer, with as good
fare as the market affords.
To the traveling public we woald any give
hira a call.
iti. o srrxiVAi,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
1T0TAEY FUBLIC AID SEAL ESTAT2
Riverten Frasklis County. Nebraska.
e Claiuji for sale and UOersac done in
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mnT Satisfaction guaranteed in
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WORK. 'Farmers hoeId be particular
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WWreW:t rati inform the Indies of Red
CU4 aad Tieiaky that akeia are-
naweu eewte ariaea ftr
PLAIN SEWING f.UIKMt.
OaaaaiaaJ fer ealealce ajsertsaeatef
- KID GLOVKS.
LADIES HATS. 4c
its S. A. NUNSELL,
fin McSkt's Ballalag.l
RED CLOUD, - - NUB.
Sn Vn Ludlow
Is now prepared to do all kiade of work
The best of materials used, end all
Done on short notice and at reasonable
Shop in McNitt'b Store.
Re4 Clmiiel IVefcriisKa.
NICHOLS, SEXFAXS C&1
The BRILLIANT SUCCESS ot this Ornia
Having. Time Saving THRRSUER. aranpre
eedented in the annals of Paras Machine y.
la a brief period it has ht-rome Widely known
and FULLY KSTABLlsHEI), a the
"LEADING THRBHHINO MACHINE."
.kai:: m.iNr.RH kkimr .0 sab-
-ttittothe tratefat ar.J i-operfcrt work of
other Threshers, when toste4 on Use vast
'aperioritjr oi thu one. for saving mi if. sav
ing line, aad doing fast, thoroaahaad eeoao
THisaHKau-xrixa it highly adrantogeoas
to ran a aaehiae that has ne "ffcatrr,"
"Piekers.nor"Apion." that handles Damn
Grain. Long Straw. Headings. Flaa.Tiaeothy
Millett aad all such diOcult grain and seeds,
with KKT1RR KA8K AND kJfWBLTtlVK
NKW8. Clears to perfection : savee the far
mer his thresh bill l.y extra savin' ofgrnin;
aakee ao "Litteriagsr reqairej LESS TM AN
NX-HAL? the asaal Bella. Roiea. Joar
nala. aa4 Oaars; easier aiaaaged : less repairs:
one that grain raisers prefer to employ and
wait for. even at advanced prices, while ether
aaehtneskare "oat job.."
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M liwrac 'JMater t'ewrrs, ! m
aaelallty r aeaaralan Mala.n
ezprcMly ferTliAM lrBH( aad
U saatea atfeer If um reacrs.
If Interested ta grata raising, or threshing,
writ for Illastia erf Cirealan(et tree) with
fall particalars of sites, stylo, prices, tanas,
HICH9UI, HRIPABl ..
, JJaMlt Crtth, MUligan
AmWCKTISIJICI r Cheap ; Good : gyste
matie. AFT persena who conteaplate
asking caatraea with newspapers for tka In
sertion ef adertUemeatt sfiooU send H!i
cents te One P. Rwu. k Co.. 41 Park Row.
New York, for their PAMPULKT-UUuK
(uimetpMtmth tdttio?, containing lists of
over 20 newspapers aad eetiaates. shewing
theeeet. Advertfeeaentt ukeafor leading
papers la saaay -Hate at a Uraeadea re
daction (hm pablishers rates. Grr tmb book
Flnt 1r the n14-IrtabliJud list.
Me Maa. Wailraaal eMflclala,
iy wnicen, aa eHRcra, At-
manr .ream ezperienen, wkh
annerier fnettkiee, end the
toWlwaaiintheWaet, wiH finny
rder.'kMe er ameJI. in the heetetrle
1 ahertaedee, mm at the
OUt BLANK BOOK W01K
1 - 3I ! el-a. aa
Mi he aarnnaed by any firm in the
mi Cnemty Ofanwji find ear fcrme
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:nj't n - -"-- af --- m i -- i nr.nmwwasuamejBnjnanaamjejfpaM
Hnektef ehanged namk. ami ie
now under the management of
T. T. WEBB
Whe wilt make it the heat Hotel
He has itr connection with this hotel
Guests can red to and from the de
pot free of charge.
JuMolAtm, Aelamn . Net
A Paper to- tinPsls, a Trim sf tit
Farmtrand ladntnal Cliww.
Olvoa ta K9frj a en naWcrfWr.
This picture reprseots Com. Oliver II.
rerrv ia the act ot paseiag frea one ship to
another in a saall open boat, daring the neat
of the battle, eiposed to the Are of the eneaiy.
It KeanirM 16 hj 23 1-2 Incise,
Ts artistically SniheJ in thirteen anion aad
is aadoabtedl be aost dwiable ckroao ev
er olere I aa a preaiaa. Single eopics of it
seil at S3 00. He have at a great oatlsy se
carad the ezclarive eaatrsl aad sale of it.
and therefore are enabled te present it to our
patrons as above.
The hNQUlUKR still stands pre eminent
asairst-claM Newspaper. Iu vartoas Ue
partueata allotted t.
ai toMMt ! "K IwT. ,
AU give evidence of the rare and pairs taken
to sat ply iu readers with li and
aad a variety of Heading that canaot fail to
interest rach aadaveryaeaberof thehuwc
hold. Sabscribh tkroagh oar agents or sud
direct to us.
We desire aa agMt at every Post Oflce.
aad where none are yet appelated let subm
of our frieads -pt'Iy for ah areney.
FARAN & HcLEAN, Pubt,
Smith A Calvort
UD CL0T7J) - - - VII.
Ia Red Goad, Keb . at their eid stsad.
Tie delightful te see what Uey kave aa
They have a utty. it aay traly be said
.Of that which is needful far the liriag er
They hare hedstc-ds. cradlMahlef k chairs
Bafiu, bareaas, aad all kinds of sack wares.
Cribeleaages. eetteee. aad aattreM. too
Which for air kiada of fvlka aad ages will
They kave wagons aad korsee far children ta
Which will pirate wire aad aabke exeeed
They p t eash far theaa tUaes aad selaet
thea with can.
Aad will sell thea as eteap as aayeae dare.
And wa my te yea all, hath yeaag aad aid.
Theyll net refaee greaataeks. eilver er geld,
Wa invite all ear friends aad neigh ban ta
Aad they doubtless will lad they deal fairly
Ae ao aaa Ma say the ariea k tea high.
Te the Bditer etf tka Care.
" Kbtuubb Vataa:
Will yea pfM infera yaw raaders
that K have a positive
aadalldiMrden ef the Thraat aa3 Laaea,
aa4aaat.br ittaaaia my.iavtiea. Ihssra
eared kaaa. ede affeaaaa. aad wW ve
ftjra aaaa k wiR aa
atraac is ay h. I wffl
twa. ta aay aaaatat
Baai saaa hat latter to
DR. T. 7. RUST.
J. BEREHZEN 4l CO,
mT"WOOD for JJLI.Cy and de
lhrawssd at lawer Ratam.
NEW GOODS !
J. G. POTTER
Taktt tWt MtMl te khrm UmPmMIc that kt kat
ht ptMel ip t itw oi cwMkU Sttck if
DRY GOODS & CROCERIES-
ConmMing tn jMtrf of
CALICOES, DARK, LIGHT A PINK,
CHAMBRKS. DKLAINKS. LAWNS.
DRESS TRIMMINGS A LININGS.
CORSETS ft SKIRTS. YrAlL8 GLOVE&
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED MUSLINS'
TABLE LINEVS. ft TOWELING.
PANTS, OVERALLS ft SHIRTING,
BOOTH St HOEr HATH Sl Am
COFFEE, SU6ARS 4 TEAS if ill KMs
CuNMi Friltt, Oytttrt tui Cracktra ,
Ckiwini aai Snokinf Takaccta
FLOUR MEAL 6l BACON-
And every thlnRinatly kept in n First Ckse Dry Goedt ft Grocery
-T. Oa Potter.'
Rait Clari. Nakraaka
THE CHICAGO LUMBE 1 YARD I
Keeps constantly en hand the largest stock nf Dry Pine Lamhtr ir
the West. Attn
end alt kinds ef
Onretoek is weHsefeeted and pnrchased diwtt from the raRs, aw$
will he sold as low an the lotet
NEW HARDWARE STORE I
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL
MITCHELL & MORHART
Have evened n new nftnre and here Jimf iwentred n fait and cee? yfetr
HABDWABCt Cutler j, Carpenter m
COAL and WOOD STOVES. We hare aL a Ta Sfcen eenneetel
with enr Stem. We wanafaetar Tin, Copper ft Sheet Iron Ware.
Onr Steeki-LARGE and weleaeerted, and we will dl na low
Cal amw Saa iafm fM-Cmtainf Eteawfcara
Of p eaite tha Lnmher Yard,
Rm1 Cloud, --.. JMmhTmmlKWu
W. L. VAMALSTYMC
'C5 ,- f-- 1-T3 5.
r ju ri
' A- $&k?
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