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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1875)
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Attorneys at Law.
r. R. VV'ILWOX, J S. OLLIIAM.
WsIScox & QilfiaiK
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Wi'.! Practice in a!! the Courts of the
JiST Collection Pioinptly Attended to
til-'pCK IN I't"r OKFJCli
Red Cloud. - - - Ntb.
55. S KALEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
173TA27 PUBLIC Ally SEAL SBTAT2
Red Cloud, Nthra!w.
County Suprrhttrtulcnt of I'uhd'c In
struction. Cobb., kla-qucit & Moore,
On-(" wJH li' i ntt n-lino" -it eneh
jr j f tin I)i"rlct C"iiirti f tho tunvr!
iiiiiiitio-ii tliw Itti'ubi.cuii Valley. 2 1
. n iwwzn. j as. laii:J
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
C-f- 117.7 jtmctti-e in nil the Courts it
tin' St ntr.
;-j:iiata - - - itsseagka
Real Estate Agents, &c.
IV. N ItH :iir!5.cON, .T. A. TUI.MJY.s
Bichirdson & TuUeys,
2aL ES7A73 & COL'CTIHG AGBSITS
V ill l"iy nmJ fcetl TXenl Et-t Ic on 0iiin!
tn jmi'1 fiv taxe r iimi-rflilcntK.
j e-iiS aJiH"ii circn ifmotrrlir.. fir
r ,.-1ipi-. iiilit'If-il. A 1 lettore f.fin'iniry.
i ., :u - :rtn::!y :tnFvor:il.
Rl.Dt'L'iUD. - - - - NER.
5l. !MT 3' e ? res s 55,
x r is
Rov- and 4dJs.Wrs.tern SecaiUios.
Jf SchlKil flntiftg II Sjieri'litfl
rteai Estate Bsalors,
1 '. r.iJNUTos' - - - 'Ki:
lilfKprjt,B'!jf'ir.,, :t Inrso finanti'y
j ttwf his 1 tj J :tnU on t'uiuiiitMiiiii :lil
I 1 ttr t; ii-tii;t. mJ utrf.
- l return hJ-o civtMi to tli- irt5Cn-
i no til c'.iini' tter.tr- Itif iil .imiI ti'jior.il
L itt 1 tiiTirr". in i er.ia:7 f t'n Int rtur.
W. '& rH 2ilS K, ' f
Is alva ic.uly to do work in bis
J' 1- at aiv time. Ua!l on ir . auure
U 11 -,t Wells P. O , Webster county.
:V a,kn. nS-:y
Rsrl Cicud, Hr.b;sska.
II. Z. 3ILL. - - - Proprietor.
(... t .-j:!Io in 'niv'lin m tilt tin
rii5 !nttil !i-t. lui-n rt fit'otl r.etl ri-fuiaitli'-il
fl , fchi:s. ' m-c a Me:. Hnllro.l Vu-ti j
S J- 1 l!I .irSIO VHUIIIK iM 1 iui. IU Ull J
i:iti'! arciUiJili.tu;:lli.t till- Hole!.
IS e a Of o L! d Wi 1 1 i s !
V8 are prep i red to do cus
gis,?a k5 for nle. j
fitSr SiHitla. t:on u ar.mteed in 1 ;
ti-.-iIWv r ii.iur sold, and crSTM .
" - .. . ; , . ,
, oleic, r uui'T :ion!tj us punicuiar
t 1 --ecurt the 1 et of .-oed wheat.
Pott 3 7 &FHsble!
A. IS. IlA.WVEIl.
r.tthe UilHard Hall. RED Cl.O! f.
riShaving, Shtmpooiiiu and Hair-
Citting in the highest .tyle of the
air. . , . - I7-td
i Ill. ...!.
it.. :.. ...,n.,..l .. Mn. M,l-. .,
lias ju-i vjhiiwu .'".uv 'i'u t
Webber Strott. nxt door sonthufj
J'ark'-. Shot u p where he will keep
and sell fieh meats of all kinds.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID !
FOR BEEF CATTLE. HOGS,
Rsd Cloud. - - - - N26.
Wines & Iciqziers!
CIlGina, SmOKlRg. rODaCCO
ft A iM AT W "P-L? K TP-l
ly Ai II l) U 1' "JTl J X I U
OF ALL KINDS,
IVsh Lgcr Beer from ic Antelope"
JreWftrr nnnof-inflp nn lifind.
.U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
Office 3d door Soetl of Court Flouce.
Sc;:2eace On JIUo lost sf 2ei Clc-i.
Office ia Citj Drug Store.
IlKl CLOUD. XEUUASKA.
7. ?. V7SIJ3, ?rapri-tcr.
Regular trips, will be made between
HASTINGS and RED CLOUD.
T fluill be p!oaed to carry papsenj.'er
iiftou the days nieiniontyl, fonvuij; Re
Cloud at ( A M on Mtindays. Wcdne
days and Tridiiy. Leaving H.-iMii.s
at 0 A. y., on Tuesday.-, Thurdas
Hat lm Fare Hales
IN Til K
H. 3. 110123, - - - Proprietor.
TIih Stayo Line rtinninc from
ir)omin.u'ton to Guide Hock cormt'ctn
uitli tint line horn the north, also thu
one enming from thr- -oiiih.
Anivcs at Red Cloud (fioni the t)
Mondays and Thursday, and return
Tui'd:yri and l'Mila.x-'.
Good time; tober drivers and c)in
HAMPTON & RALSTON.
Ihivinc li-a-ed tho Wagon and Iiluek
-::sth di, laffly oi-cupicd by Ira
Soej)or, aw now tri'j)arcd 10 do every
thing in the Hue of
Kc-tnired 01: sirt tiu!ice and in a
Wmk in.. n-liku niautKT.
VAt;u.3 and t unnins MADS TO
HA"MI'TON k 1SAL-TON.
;;. rtjiirox" a d vnurisKMLX-fS.
1. D. W00D3.
Bl lys&sian & SEaria
Will tl-'vuti hi- lmie liimj cxelu-s-ivc',
to the practice of medtciue.
()i!ieuat Rivcttou House,
ns Iv Rivkrtox. Neil
a 1 v: a 7 on 11 o us e.
Will entertain hii irticsts in the most
gcn:-eu;:iu-S;kc maniKir, with as good
fare as. the mnikut aJFord.
To thrr tnn c5ius pu'ilic we would say Rive
h in :i vull.
ftXr ajV Wi,
JPSTHJH OF Til K PEACE.
HorAar rTJ3ii: a:;d ls al estats
Hiverton Franklin County Nebraska.
?ar-(!l-titiit fiiraTft !i"iiil liiilnriiiir ilnno in
! the I'.acst style.
f y sk TT TT" U f YXT
U J 1UU IlJ.iV VT
THERE B A
Where you can get anything you
want in the line of Pure Drugs-, Medi
cines, and in fact all articles usually
kept in a firt-c!as Drug Store.
Pure Wines and Liquors
for medicinal use.
, . . . . r t,
Physicians prescriptions earefuJy
compouuucu aay or u'gui.
K- Customers ti ented icith respect and
an occustonul eVur.
GIVE HIM A- CALL:
17231017,- , - - - KS33ASKA.
Uot::2 to Tecclors.
Notice is.herebv civen. 3'hat I will
j examine all persons who may desire to
.teachers d the primary or common
.ili nn! nl tbe rountv. at mv office in
' Rcd c,rtua' on the Saturviay cf
I August,- November, Pebraary and
H. S. rVALET.
mi-: g!V.mat V ftSSEU1 rrantci fotfca'-mftieb
"glflworksoCAVrticti art. "Little Kun
awa an 1 h r l'et.' ui tle n,r.
"The Dianer. nwl the Nae-' he rictur
nrc iror;'i;7icrut cotfty hamt aud in;
dtake on sight We guarantee.
tgood proffts. and quick returcsi.
'Aay cti persna hovi:i tsve noia can
ctBn a JsSndsoEie income Send, tot cur
TKP. PFR CLOUD CHIEF
tlW vavvr- w ww--
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
li1 "; ! 1 .
Notice in this Column 10 C-nt a Line
Arrival nr Dcparfurr of SlalU
rri(u Ihp Hrd 'IoimI I..
J l vi ATA leaves Monday'.M
Wedne.dav'h and Friday 7 am.
Mail doyd 0 p. m. ,Airive3 Tues
day rhursiJayandSalurday'ttT p. rc.
Ha 1: yard Ixraves Tued3y,8 and
Friday' . 0 p. iu. arrivtft Tu.:dayV
and Friday 5 p. in. 3Iail closed
;) p. in.
FiiANKM.v, gnin? east, Monday'
an.l Thur.-'lay'-2 p. hi. Goinj: west
Tuesday's and Friday ' 10 a. in
Pleasant Hill leaves Thursday C
a. in. Arrive? Wednesday's 4 p. iu.
Mail c!oed fJ p. tu.
)Kt'KLL. Kansas. arrives Friday's
lli tu. leaves Friday 1 p. m.
Rl'hsKL, IC:inta3, arrives Thursday's
1 a. ui. J:avc-i Thur-dsy I p. m.
Office opcu from 4 nntijl C p. m.
All rcfiistercd matter mu-t be in
the evening before the mails leave
M. . MtNiTT. P. .M.
CONG RKG ATIONAL CI1U llGlI
Services cyery first ami third Sab
baths of each month at Red Cloud
and Inavale. 7J o'clock V. M. at
Red Cloud. -J o'clock I'. .M. at In
avale. Kvery fecoud and (ouith
Sabbaths at Ralin and Harmony
Precincts. Rev. A. .Maxwell,
BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. Tho.
Mi'.Lv, Pas-tor. Services every
fourth Sabbath at V. M.
Sakiiatii School every Sabbath
morning at 10 4. M.
J. Q. Potter, Supt.
U. S. Land Okkick, j
October HOth la75. )
Complaint having been entered at
I this ofiice by Jumes 11. Milner, fur
abnndituin ms homestead entry, JNo.
173.'!, dated Dec. 0th, 1S7S, open the.
northeast (piirtcr, See. 30, township
I, range 10 west, in Webster county,
Ncbia.-ku, with a view to the cnucella
ion of aid entry: the said parties are
br-ioby summoned to appear at this
office on the 0th day of December,
187."), at 10 o'clock a. m., to respon 1
mid i'uruibh testimony concerning taid
WsiisTEit J'jATO.v Register.
11-lt I'.van Wortiiinj:, Hcceivcr.
U. S. Land OrFictf. )
October yth, 187.").
Complaint having been entered at
this office by Joseph Wcuciturer
araiint .Fohn 1. Monie for abandoning
bis timber culture entry, No. 538,
dated May 23d, 1S74. upon the north
ast qunii'-r. section 34, township four
(-U, i.mee i.ine (U) went, in Webfcter
t-ountv, Neb:aka. with a view to the
caneclhtioH ofsiid entry: the huh!
partii.'s arc hereby bummoned to ap
pear at this office- on the l!2d day of
November lS7f. at I o'clock p. iu., to
respond and furnish testimony con
cerning siid alleged abandonment.
Wkkstkr Eaton, Register.
n'J-4 Evan Worthing, Receiver.
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of the Clerk of Webster
County Nebraska, for furnishing
twelve cords of dry wood, wiid ;wood
to be full length of four feet. and to be
delivered on or before November 15th
1S75. Proposals received up to Oct
Ry order of the Board of Commis
siouers. J. A.Tulleys,
Red Cloud Oct. 5th. 1875. J-3t
Is hereby given that the Roard of
County Commissioners of. Webster
County Nebraska will on the 29th.
day of October 1875 at 10 o'clock
A. M. receive proposals for the con
struction of a bridge across Elm Creek
on trie Juuiata Road. Sicificatron?
will be given ou said day before rec
eiving bids. -Ry
order of the BoanJ,
J. A. Pulleys,
Red Cloud OeL5th. 1S75.
James Murpheyl Probato Court,
John Conolly. Webster Co., Neb.
Defendant will takt otrcr tfcat n
order of attachment was issued ta tbe
above cause by I. W. Ttillejs, Probate
Judge, on Oct. 21si, 1875, for the mm
of forty (40) dollars and costs.
WlLLCOX & GlLUAM,
ll-3t Attorneys for Plaintiff.
'To E. E. Covey and Lerby S. Bt8 :
Jon will take notice that oa tbe 25th
day of October, 1S75, WiiHatu L Vaa
Alstyne, and John D Leach, fild is
the office of tlite Clerk of the Dwriot
Court of the 1st Judicial Distriat.k
Nebraska, in and for Wafceter County,
a petition for a judgenMst of two hun
dred aud fifty dsllarafimd aisety-one
ceuts, and an order oafelt of lot No
, ia block So. 5'. m Lafae's additioa
to tbe town of Red CloojaVHWfcrasfca,
to pay said judgement naaMwhinii'n
-Lfenr and the said E. E. uwaj aad
Lcroy S. -steli are h;-rfcraau4cd
that they are required toJpar aai
acrer satd petit ioa oa
13th day f December,
Bated October 25b,
. WiluamL. V
John D. lka
W.N. Richardson efthis place L
feeding bl hed of cattle aud over 40
head of iiofs.
Iort. The road Nfrajter bcLnIng
to DiL No 2 dtapiicartd from netf
Garbers -tore, any person having said
ncmper will pleisc return the same as
the Supervisor wants it to ua imme
diately in repairing the rod.
The CounuH-ioners were in town
Monday looking for O. P. McKinley
the contractor for the repair of the
Smih Centre road. Tim contract it
oeems hid been performed un.-ati-fae-
torily bat had been accepted by the
Cotnuii-ion-rs who are now trying to
compromise the difficulty.
George ZeLs has we understand
concluded not fo take out a Iicece
again, but proposes to keep a drug
store aud take his chance with the
There are two large corn cribs in
process of conrrtfotnu in town.
.Me.-rs Garber and Kaum are each
building one. This U good for the
Farmers who have corU to sell.
Our Photographer was around
taking pictures of the differcutliuMnes
bouses last Monday much to too dc
light of some of the boys who follow
ed him around in hopes of -getUrvt a
cigar from the different proprietors.
The Evening Twinkler once more
glimmers in our Sanctum. It is a
List week we recieved the fir.-t
number of the Inter Ocean published
at Nelson Nuckols Co. Neb. and a
very credible s.heet it is. Nuckols Co
must coutain an enterprising set of
people to support two papers when
Webster Co. docs not more than half
The epizootic is appearing in dif
ferent parts of the State. It would be
well for the farmers of thiscounty to
prepare for it by getting their horses
in good eonditon to meet tho disease.
A ijood warm stable is ono thing es
sentia! in treating this disease.
Well that Sicreoptician was here,
we did not sec him but hsard of him.
He came but did uot ieuicuiber th
poor priuter, uot that we cared par
ticularly, hut it is an axiom wise that
no one succeeds unless they advertise,
and this man cauie aud failed.
The Photographer who has been
with us for some time pa-t, left with
family for the east last Tuesday morn
ing. Persons dcMring to take The
Inter-Ocean or State Journal can get
the same by sending through us to
gether with the Chief as follows. -
Weekly Iuter-Oc-ean & Chief $.3.15
Semi " $ 4 50
" State Journal " $ 3 CO
Daily ' $ 10.00
There will be a Quarterly- Meet
ing of the M. E. Church held at Red
Cloud on thu 20th and 21st of Nov.
Rev White wilt'pieside over thu meet
ing. All are cordially invited to at
tend. rsoii aivsiTOir.
"Kiverto.v, Franklin Co., Neb.
" Pioneer Lodge, I. O. O. F., No. 45.
There will be a meeting for work in
the Rebekab Degree, on Saturday,
Nov. 13th, at 4 p. iu. All brethren
in good standing are cordially invited
to biing thoir wives and participate in
ihe exercises, wniclr will close with a
collation under the aupices of the
Daughters of Rebekah. F. L. & T.
The people of Red Cloud enjoyed
a very happy occasion last Thursday
evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q'. Potter
celebrated their tin wedding, having
lived under the genial bonds of Hymen
for the allotted number of years. The
roomy and spacious dwelling of Mr.
:ud Mrs. Potter could not begin to
contain their numerous friends and
well withers. But all that could be
accommodated were there, aud ladeu
with presents. The new shiuiog tin
ware gleamed and glittered from every
hook and shelf, while the table was
ablate with the glittering splendor.
The brightness of the polished metal
was reflected from tho smiling faces of
all ateeeut. Mrs. Potter possesses the
happy faculty of making her guests
feel thoroughly at home. The mar
riage ceietuouy was performed to a
graceful and felicitias mauuer by tbe
Hoa. H. S. Kaiey. Then everybody
acted as if they had been inrried or
some other great joy bad befallen
them, and thcu came the refreshment
aud wedding cake which made all tbe
mea envy the bridegroom. And tbea
we eaue away aud filled our sanctum
with tobacco smoke as we ruminated
over the questionable felicity of single
Itaaj from tot Wadarr'i Vote Sag.
Hm. H. G. Bill aad lady from Joaes
Co., Iowa, are stopping at the La
1 Jad Warner "who has for the past
few weeks been making his Home at
waft YaMey Boase ia this city departed
last Tkarsday. Doling his short resi
deaca aaieag aa the Jadge made many
fneads by his geaial aad cordial atao
aers. Gaa. Barber aad lady from Nevada,
araatap9ioat tbe LaCiede House
Taetieaeral k a Waft oaVsDeJtea
. . .- ...
eatleaiaa of the old school, aad his;
jbdj-jaaae of rare persoaal beauty aad
ax ill at aiedera cakara. The wh
rtt-lt-rirniwir hirrftinftntinrr antktka
5?Z?ij .v. I7t : 1 .
cyiry ia lae wraMf
abaady urreated larfelj ia city aad
Commodore L Rium, one of Chi
cago' merchant pricce t; tnpjtiag at
the Valley House. Mr. Rauo? ha,
we are informed, concluded :o ctab
lih a branch wholesale tud relau ."store
in this city, and ha alreidv coinujcoc-
cd buikliax on a Uw scale.
.. - .. . " .
riM diri.i rMrwirnoii vitikitMim
U W- LW "- -!"
Mice lierr Wtblttr hx concluded to
j establish hiaftclf permancutly in tho
city. He ha alreidv itiuit titen-ive
prirattona for budding a UiiiuuioirT
museum fronting Li Fayette Park.
Co . WekJon of Sileui, Ivatjvis, the
... t. . 1 . . , ,
celebrated toue coutractor, hja leen
., ,1 . -. . .1 . . 1
in tho city the past week examining
,, . , rl- -. .1 r
the fctone of this viciR.ty with refer -
tU.C IU 113 UUJllt-lUIUi V ,Jl UUIIUIUq
purposes. Tim Cul i- u&bjuudcd tu
the expression of his delight with our.
sl-ue and has already fllfed several
large orders to be furnished by the
Ludlow Bros , thu leading ttoue meti
of the city.
Mr. J. A. Tuinlitxwn. l'fis. cf tbe
T. Iv. N. k B. H. ruilroad passed up
the valley a few day.1 since to deter
mine upon the advisability of begin
ning work immediately on the propos
ed extension of the Junction City and
Kearney through this place.
CRIMES AND CRIMINALS.
Justice Waruer a5cended his ros
trum and seated himself in his capa
cious chair with the air of a man Who
bar at last found his vocation. Afer
glancing with an expression of coui
j lacencj ou his fur round abd'men
He Itiaurely drew his tooth-pick from
hi brecche pocket, blew off the to
bacco dust which had gathered upon
it and summoned his faithful attend
ant, wiih th. remark, "Jim, Po.t up
the prisoners and let'. clear the docket
as soon as possible, for to dy is the
old woman's churning day, and that
rascally little devil that I have been
keeping in clothes and bo.ud has play
ed olFon me." "All right your Hon
or," and the obsequious Jim posted
off to th; cellar after the prisoner.
A snivelling with n strong smell of
onions aud last week's diihcloth toon
caused 1 he Judge to sniff aud look
oyer the rims of his spectacles at the
new comer. "Abigal Jones, this is
the second time you have been sum
moned before the awful and sacred
majesty of justice," (and the Justice
took out his pouch and inserted a fresh
quid.) "You arc charged this time
with the enormous offense of slander
ing your neighbor. Abigil, slander is
a scriou? crime ; It is like the deadly
plague which mitos dowa his victim
ere he is aware. Answer inc, Abigail,
arc you guilty or not guilty," and the
Justico di'eharged the tobareo juice
which had accumulated in his mouth
with an oininious splash 00 the floor.
Abigail your sileneo bepcaks your
guilt. Sweet euko and pics shall cjase
to tickle your palate. Green tea shall
no longer stimulate your slanderous
tongue. Bread and water shall bo thy
portion henceforth, for the space of
thirty davs. Officer trot out tho next
oue. SsjTSee Chief Supplement.
The Red Cloud Bi-c Ball Club
is going to Burr Oak, Kansas, to piny
a matched game of ball nextSatirVday.
This will undoubtedly bo the last game
of the season, aud a good time ij anti
cipated. Wanted Spriog calves for which
I will pay the highest cash price de
at Red Cloud.
Remember when in Hastinss to
call and sec Zchrung & Co. 1 1 2w
Just see bow eay it is to ay for
your paper. If you havn't the money
you can pay for it with a:sy of the fol
Wheat. Oats. Birley. Corn.
Rye.- Buckwheat. Flour. Meal.
Potatoes. Cabbage. Squash. Bar
ley. Beans. Pumpkins. Wood.
Pork. Beef. Chickens. Butter.
Eggs. Aud we were nrrer yet
known to refuse money.
Zchrung & Co., kcep-a neat drue
store and sell cheap. 1 1 2w
It will pay you when in Hastings
to call on Zehruns; & Co., for Drugs,
Notions,- Oils, Stationary, School
Book 8, Aa, &c II --J
Red Cloud Nov. 3d. 1875.
Nancy E. King left my bed and
board on the 3d. of October without
just cause or pro7ocation. Any person
or persons are forbidden harboring or
trusting her oa my account for I will pay
no debts of hers or her families con
John S. King.
List of unclaimed letters remaining
in the Red Cloud Post Office Nov. 2d.
Wise Goad win.
T. O. Howe.
Mrs. Kschcl Habrtead.
Clark Johnson. 2
'' Jalaes Murthy.
WiUiia W. Stoddard.
Red Clew. Retail Market
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY L. BACM,
C. Coffee ugar Foril, .....M.. 7ft
Yellow Coiee 8car-. -..- S
Choice Rio Coffee. ...3!b. for $1.00
luce 8 uba...... .- .........I.uu
tTea per ft ... ....75tl.00
I D. . , .. ? 1SI0
Batter per 8 ........ .i.....18(520
jggt per ooaca....-...." ...... .. iy
FlaaaeU per yard-. . 3055
Brewa Shirtiag per yard"......7(gl5
'PraCs.....M ..4tM ... ...... .....iii
Urewr Drill lag-- -..... 16(a;33j
Haavr BroWa Dackia.......-..-33i
I --- ' - S-ifAU
WELI5! WKLI5! f
All wanting xtV r will do well
tocalluin W. W. Hakvey,
liuTahr, Wcbalf r Co., Neb.
Z-3-Good notes ulen if cHrrd.
j ,-3c . .
ONE HUNDRED CHUI S I'M AS
1 -w-v - - -
AND HOW TO J.JCC TtiEJtf.
"Hi Dcretuln-r Number of ST
' - iOI..& will eooiirin an Umir-
w "-I eniitlcd : "One L'tindrnl 1
I Lhrffnias rrani and How to .laVe
" )' . .
I nis article 1 full of practie.il de.
. . , , .,-,., ., .
M'ription. by the aid of which girl of
., ; ,
I ail ai. and Iwv, ioo, for that nwttor,
j h , , ",, , -, , .
I caa make beautiful and ucful Chn-t-
mas Pretiuts for all their friends and
It will he Redy November 2Hh
HaviiiK obtairtosl the ajetlsy for tie
State of Njbr.isa for
0W31T5 CSLESBATiS 2LL S02n:3
And provided our.clve with lirt
ch. machinery for making Wells, wo
take thi method of solicitine order.
from all who seek water supply.
Wt ant prepared to ink well with th ul
uoilicea, aai in a J.itufactory wantcr.
-Ora!n nnd other staiiloi taken !u cx
chatiKc fur work. $
Ilrinir th ttulr nnthorlinl acent fcir.thl
Slatu w, offer utility. Townahip, aud indi
vidual r:rfht formic.
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OWEN & MONTGOMERY.
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Dry Goods and
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HatSe Caps. &
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We have the Largest
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everything thai will teed' lb induce
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pablished ia the Repablicaa Valley
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CARPENTERS AND MASONS' TOOLS, PAINT3, Ollii.
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fine Table and Pocket Cutlery.
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