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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1875)
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Ifvhc DiirJct Courts' f the 'cral
L .a llits Kf jiuI.Hcbu Valley. 2 i
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OXVEiV fc LAIRD,
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1'iV practice in till the C'trtf o
al Estate -gents, c.
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II - vt-i1 . Urtl h-l ir on u..inoiis-
Itn I iay x- ir r.on-rPi'lfntK.
I- i' i' iitjitl PlVtli lr.oilCCll"n. '."r-
lir" "-i? rjlfitf-l. A'J !i-t:cr.-nf inquiry.
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and .Mil- Western Securities.
fcr .Vi .- I'-i h: n SyScvilty.
Real Estate Dealsrs,
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' re it r.'lv Tor sile n lrrc qaantity
i. ...wU In S. uthcrii NwirasV-H.
- i'.'I I rtii'l" on 'Jonaision and
i .xr- ior iiii-r?il-lils.
Is r-i'iffn 'I50 sum t in iw. ii-
:" ii lnjfmc ihnlorjtl a":.I ifnu
A r: - ii-l r0fret:i'3-of the lnft:r.
i Efj csgoaNis,
l -a w.ut i-c'idv to do wnrK in nis
it x vm-m-. CVlon or addre-.-
:,t Wells P. 0 , Webster county,
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Red Cloud," Nebraska.
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L.u! U;:I. in 4'onniTlItui nun nif i
tnrsh i'.'U'Vpii r"ritte-tlnTidrefurnisbd '
mu. ii.i .nun-cm Mm.hiiiJr.rd Mfti
id A it r it v.Mtiie KtJ omt. win una :
31 en ti a.iJatn.ii :! hii llulcl. I
feed CJoud Wsiis.;
we ars prep a red to do cus-;
p;ir "ttjl and
jstrii pjit'al for Sale.
Zuf ati-tai turn pu araniren
jaliiv of il ur soi.D.
WtiiiK. rarui"-rs inoasn oe p.nucuiai
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to Koeuro itie m-i in m-.-'i'h-.i.
P otter & Frisbie!
A. B IIAJWYER.
at the Billiard Hall, Red Cl.ot.lr.
tcyShaving, Shampooinc and Ilair-
Cuttinc in the hiuheat .style of the
rt. ' 17-td
hCifV e:i Market.
-, JOHN H. &ALT0H.
Ha? ju: opened a Meatlatket on
Webs-ter Street, nxt do(r Miuth of
Park's Shoi J- ip where he will keep
and sell fresh meats of all kinds.
HIGHEST 3IARKCT PRICE PAID
FOR BEEF CATTLE. HOGS, j
AND HIDES. n 12
Red Cloud. - - - -- Neb.
Wines & Iiquors
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacc
OF ALL KINDS.
Frnsh LaeerBerfrom ""Anteiope "
v -Brewery, constancy on hand.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
I. W. TUH.E1S,
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
HfTin.. ?.rl rlnnr Snutl of Court House.
Lcdience Cse IT-le E&st cf Bci Clsal
ft. ft. SUERER.
Cco ;r City 2ms Store.
RKI CLOUD. SEBUASKA.
Regular tripfc will be tcudu between
HASTINGS and RED CLOUD.
shnll be plca-fd to carry pncngor
upon the days mentioned, leaving Re
Cloud at 6 a M on Mondnys. Wedne
dava and Friday-. Leaving listings
at fi A. M., on Tuesdays, Thursdays
E. 2. HOLISS, Propfletw.
Thi Since ljine runninp
B'ooininirtmi-to Guide !Uck connect
with the lirie from the ninth, also the
one comini; U(m the foUMf.
Arrives in Rld Cloud (from the wet)
Mnndoy.aud 1'hnr.day, aud returns'
Tnedavs and Fiidays.
flood time ; sober drivers and com
HAHPTON & RALSTON.
Havinp feacd the Wagon and Black
Miiith thnp, lately occupied by Ira
See:"r, are now prepared to dtJ every
tbin in the line of
WAGON - MAKING
Impaired on hhort nctice cud in a
V oi km in-like Uianner.
WAQOS3 AND 1 rCCflES MAD5 TO
HAMPTON t RAITON.
j: vr.t: ro.v a d veu tislwexts.
J. D. WC0D3.
Will d-.'voti' M" whole timo cxclu-
Mve'y to thij practice of medicine.
Office et P. A. Wilttams & Co.
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i.S ly RlVKRTQX. Nkb.
hive in on house.
W. C. THOMSON, - - Prep.
Will t'nfrr7a:n his nucptsin the most
' pent -cinaa-liko iumiiiut, with as good
i iare as the market athrd.s.
T tht; travplins public rs would ay eivS
dim M cull.
prsTOlI. - - - li3SASSA.
t, UStice o f ti i e peace.
uotab? ?t?sic ai:d esal estats
Rivcrlon Franklin County Nebraska.
3-CJaiins for i-alc and tailorinc done in
the Itawt sti Je.
DO YOU KNOW
THERE IS A
Where you can get anything jou
want in the line of Pure Drugs. Mtdi
eines, and in fact all articles usually
kept iu a Oral-class Drug Store.
Pure Wines and Liquors
for medicinal use.
Pbv.icians prescriptions carefally
j compounded day or ii'ght.
VWtTl .. ..... ... H.tv. Mlf A OMtuWIMII
GIVE HIM A CALL.
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2so:s to Teacirs.
Notice is hereby given. That' I will
exnthine all persons who msy.desireto
oiler themselves as candidates for
teacbers of the primary or common
schools of the county, at my office iu
Red Cloud, on the first Saturday tf
August, Norciibar', February and
May. H. S, KALBr,
lriworkorfroici rf. "LUU MLmmr
awnva&'ihr FeU.' wi tfct Kt wtf.-
"The Innner. a& ta aJJ ". 'agfg
r H"r ky of a plmet tm cohr hm)f aMHk
exienaTe ecoarb for ta eiarplew. uNWir
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Anyacuvepema wh wiOr ttke bM eaa
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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
ItEti CLOUD, KEBRASKA.
Xoticenin fAw Column !U Cnt a Ltnt
Arrlvnt And lrprlre f MH
from the Rrd Clou f. V.
t . t VrAr'c: i
Wediit fd:iy's and Fridav 7 3 ra. I
Mail clo:-ed ft p. m. Atr;rc luei-
dayThurhduy and Saturday' n 7 p. tn.
riAKVAItD leaves Tuesday's and
FridY! 6 p. in. arrives Tuewiay?
arjd'riday'h 5J p. ia. Mail closed
5i p. ta.
FftAf.'fCLiX, pmuz ''stt Monday's
and 'ilnr.-las-'s 2 p. in. Ooinu wet
Tuts-dav's aud Friday'.- 10 a. in.
Pleasant Hill leaven Tl.uri-day.eO
ft. ui. Arrives V. dnesday s 4 p. in.
Mail do.-cd 0 p. m.
JLWKLL. Ksiis-is, arrives Friday's
12 in. litaves Friday 1 p. m.
Ri;ksi:;., Iun is, arrive.- Thurs lay' a
12 a.m. iA'avc. Thurlay 1 p. ui.
Oflic.' ofeu from 4 until! 6 p. m.
All registered matter thil-t be in
the evening before the niaih leave.
M. B. McNitt. I'. M.
Serr'iTds eyery firt.nail third Sab
bat h of each month at Red Clond
and Inavalo. 7 o'clock I'. St. at
Red Cloud. 2 o'clock P. M. at In
avale. Every second and lourth
Sabbaths at Batin and Harmony
Precincts. Key. A. Maxwell,
BA1TIST CHURCH. Rev. Trios.
Ml'XLow, Pastor. Services every
fourth Sabbath at 7i 1. M.
Sabhatu School every Sabbath
morning at l 4. M.
J. Q. Potter, Supt.
U. S. Land Office.
Bloominuton, 'Neb. V
Octobcr20th 1875. J
Complaint having been entered at
this office by Jame. II. Milner,
apains Peter Radicao for
abandoning his homestead entry. No.
1733. dated Dee. Gth. 1873, upon the
northeast quarter, See. 30. towns-bip
4, tango 10 west, in Webster county,
Nebraska, with a view tn the cancella
ion of said entry: the haid parties are
hcruby summoned to appear at this
office on the Gth day of December,
1875. at 10 o'clock a. tn., to respond
and furnish testimony concerning fcaid
Wkhstkk Eaton Re'pisten
13 4t Evan Worthing, Receiver.
James Murphey Probate Court,
John Conolly. j Webster Co., Neb.
Defendant will tako notice that an
order of attachment was issued in the
above caue by 1. W. Tullcvs. Probate
Judue, on Oct. 21st, 1S75, for the sum
of forty 140) dollars and costs.
WlU.COX & GlLIlAM,
ll-3t Attorneys for Plaintiff.
FORECLOSURE OF SIECnANIC'S LIEN
To E. K. Covey and Leroy S. E-tell :
You will take notiee that on the 25th
day of October, 1875, William Ii. Van
Alstyne. and John D Leach, filed in
the ofljee f the Clerk of the Di.-trici
f Court of the 1st Judicial District in
Ncbrus-ka, in and for Webster County,
a petition far a judgement of two hun
dred and fifty dollars and ninety-one
cents and an order ofsale of lot No
4, in block No 5". in JjaDttc's additiou
to tfio town of Red Cloud, Nebraska,
fto pa said Judgement ona'Mcchanfc'R
Lien, and the said h h. Uovey and
Leroy S. Estell are hereby notified
ihat they are required to appear and
answer aid petition on or before the
13th dxy of D'!ceu.l-er, 1875.
Dated October 25th. 18"5.
William L. VanAlstvne.
Joiix D. Lkach.
per B. F. Smith,
11 5 Attorney for Pl'tiffs.
Red Cloud Nov. 3d. 1875.
Nancy E. King lrft my bed and
board on the 3d. of October without
just cmsc or provocation. Any person
or persons are forbidden harbbnrrg or
Tus-tiug her on my account fori w"fl? pay
no debts of hers or her faunae's con
John S. King'
Z eh rung & Co., keep a treat drug
store aud sell cheap. 1 2w
Fnin the State Jo urn a .
Lincoln. Nov 12th IS75.
The following are the quotations on
the street to-day:
Wheat, active at 75 cents.
Corn, in.irtive srhd d'till 15(o.20
Oats, dull and heavy. 20aJ23T; qual
ity poor and demand light.
Barley, active ; No. 2, 45(tt)50,
Rye, no offerings a"riU prices nominal.
1 outoes, dull aud heavy ; 10(15.
Beef cattle, per cwr., 23.
Hog, per cwt.. 56.
Sheep, per head, 2 504 00. .
Turnips, per bta.KK20.,
Eggs, dull k&3ei JtfaiSlJc
n;j - Z!ci:iAm - T:J'JttVi -
5 :. green tUT, $&1t ;diry.l rijMar 25th Ci the day of thank&gir
AHUd. I I I 11M WCKI VTPPB.. BflT..
Hay. per tl ittiOtt. Ofirfl
n , .'-m JbLvainu
Large and nol
C Coffee u
- -s"i ?i" z. -w? v
' ' X" - - Nf
Rtee 8 lbs..
T.? V" - a T m.
f ita per !b:
Egg per dates
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'irfrr im i ir
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tm TiimiTmnW 'vtrflHflV
-wR i.?- Z?fjt Sk-V.
sESJSCZlSSSl' Sk - lh'
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u n. n-u:- '. . 9x
WoiavK Skerr 9W&3S&h
A little "iQpleantne" cccured
on the street lat Fri'Jay. No dstujge !
done however ercept to one tnan'f
lace and another njanH IlaD'L
Every farmer that Dec-eity dce-
not compel to Jell all bis burplus corn
will undoubtedly make a payto? in-
, -,ilhUiV j tn,, ;,
ObliUnica to be a father of a
L I Tl-. . I . I .
Douneio: oany u.iy. anai wbi
.Mdlcr thought when he weighed their j
little 9 pour.der the other day.
. Mr. Hlnib. hro!hs?r of J. C
Iloieomb, is out ruiticatmg among
friends and relatives on Walnut Creek. J
He is a member . f the craft, and an '
old "'eland by" en the Chicago Tri
bune. Go to the school meetiug Satur
day. A ne butcler now runs the Meat
Market in this plzrt 2nd keeps it well
stocked with fresh uieat
Uncle Sam has ordered a lsrge
stock of boots and hoci for the win
ter trade which will excel anything
ever brought into the place.
Oh i thou renowned obituary poet,
O. W. Child'., A M. Write im up a
stausi that will .-uit that man who vis
it our wood pile at night. Something
familiar will dcu-o it winds up with
"gone 'ttfTueet hia ," for we
squandered a quarter for something
''annihilating" this morning.
Ifyou ever have occasion to take
a ride up or down the Valley, try H.
B. Holmes new covered hack. It is
the moot comfortable and easy riding
vehicle on any Hoe iu this part of the
Last Monday was the most like
winter of any day we have yet had.
Whistling winds, with shingles play,
the merry birda have ceased thfir lay,
and we are shivering without w od to
day. Aud everybody squeals if they
don't get their paper ou time. Bring
um a load of wood on sub.-cription, Just
to see us woik with comfort.
Wfe under-ta'nd that Walter Luce
living on Walnut Cieek, absconded to
parts unknown lat Thursday.
The dance at Park's last Friday
right was a success and everybody had
a good time.
Mr. Outhwait has hi house ready
for the plasterers, who arc" at work on
Mr. T. J. Jones arrived iu town
lat Saturday. He has been sojourny
ing in Benton count, Iowa, for the
past winter and summer.
Our readeri- will plcae notice the
advertisement of the Kansas Farmer
and Aim rican Young Folks, publish
ed at Topeka, Kausas. The Farmer
is an old established and pro.-perous
journal. It is one of our ablest and
best Western Agricultural papers.
Willcox Si Gilbatn have moved
their law office to the building now
owned by S. Garber.
Windy, chilryt nd every other
kind of weather the past week. Over
coats will soon be in fashion, followed
by shawls, furs, and other warm cloth
ing. Vol. 1 No;.l. of the Watcrn
Leader, published at Beaver City,
Furnas county. Neb., is on- our table,
and presents a creditable appearance
to it publishers. May success attend
I the oew enterprise.
School closes two weeks from next
We have just received another lot
of new job type and other job ma
terial, and are uow ready to do job
work of all kinds at reasonable
GUILE BOSZ XTEU S,
Abe Garber ha moved into town,
and now i.eetlpies Stratton's old build
ing. Wm. McBride, it is rumord, will
move to Red Cloud, shortly. There is
always room for one mof d
The finners are alfeaJy well into
their fall ploughing. Not uiucb of the
corn has been husked as yet.
Asfaer Beal has built himself a large
pine barn, corn crib and corral, which
makes things look as if A-dier expect
ed to do something next vear.
XTVS OF HSW3.
Kearney is building a new Church.
We hope it will be ued.
The B. & M. have taken the trouble
to burn the grass on both sides of
I their track to avoid sef Ufi'g tue prairie
Republican roosters crow all orer
the United States while the Demo
cratic persuasion are ou tbe sick list.
JTheJastof the Pawnees left their
reservation near Columbus, fur their
. Lai. in 1a Indian nJattnn IliiV
& u that tbi branch as well as all
tMlwtot the MoUle KeU man taaj
presidh has teigtnted No-
prayer tkroHghoat the Uuited
r is dwtaaciiig Octobar ro
I weather. Tt mast be de-
for eastera people ploddiag
m snow aad sleet to read of
t mmmmm aiaiBr weatker im narKf
1 1 :$l i i n. ..u ur.
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S State Journal
haaters aiat thea-4eata at the
Uriac aew Colaaiba aaaiad
htm irtit Mra
Tb ti Si&i.n cf tit --
We l.ve once or twice before this
put notjeo in the paper that at a cer
tain time we would stop tending oar
paper to ail those who do not pay ia
advance; but after considering iUi
circuujtairre that surrounded a great
miny, and the fact that ome wousd be
Ucablc to pay until they had rea 'ltd
Something from their crop this fall,
we bare po-tpoued takmg this step
an til now. Tbi facts are that this of
fice ba not paid its own exeu?es lor
the past year, because many were
behind on their sub-vriptioa. Now in
order fur us to tnske a tuccess of the
paper, and be ab.c to give you one
that will be worth your money, we
must have our pay. Th amount that
each tuau oweai.-comparatively trifling
bat when we come to look over our
books aud .-uiu it up, it amounts to
about $50;j to SG'JC'. To us,' lich if
we bad at p.esetit, wduld enablt ti to
furnish you with a better psper than
we cau posMbly at preent. Now in
view of all thin we propose to coai
mence oa the first of December oa a
eah basis, and insist on having our
pay in advance. We consider all oar
subscribers gcod for what they owe us,
but as a matter of business we are
compelled to take tb'u step. We pro
pose to make the Postmasters or some
other person at the several differeut
tiDce in this county, where we send
papers', our agcata to aollcct old sub
scriptions and receive new ones, and
hope tbatbis step will meet with your
approbfftfon and that we may both be
The Webster County Sabbath
School Association. Some of the
things It did at its annual convention,
held at Red Cloud School House, Get.
l.-t and 2nd, 1875 :
The convention was called fo' order
by the President of the Society; Mr.
A. Wells of Stillwater.
Mr. E. B. Peisce served as Sec'y
pro tern. Hon. H. S. Kley delivered
an address of Welcome, and Rev. A.
Maxwell a Sunday School address.
Various important topics weie discuss
ed during the six sessions of fore and
afternoon' a'nd evening.
The Constitution was so changed of
amended,' as to provide for four S. S
Institutes iustead of the Setai-Anuuifl
Convention. The Institutes for this
year were to be held as follows : One
at Cloverton, one at Walnut Creek,
one Guide Rock and one at Stillwater.
The officers for the present year are as
follows : Pres., I. Frisbie, Vice Pres.
Dr. D. Fetz; Cor. Sec,, J. Q. Potter ;
Recording Sec.'E. B. Peirce ; Treas.
D. Lutz ; Etecu ive Com , A Max
well, Jas. Kirkwood aud Mrs. J. Q.
Potter. Much iuterest ia the cause
was manifested by these in attendance
and it is siuc'erely to be hoped that
still greater interest may be felt by the
people of the county in general.
JBy vote of the CoBveatkm.
U. S. Land Office,
i. 1S75. i
Complaint having been eulered
lis office by Perez Thoits agait
this office by Perez Thoits against
William H. Mahrinir for aba.ndoiiins
his homestead entry, No. 1433, dated
September 15ib, TS75, upon the
northwest quarter, Section "JS, town
ship four (4), range eleven (11) west,
in Webster county, Nebraska, with a
view to the cancellation of said entry :
the said parties are iiereby"sumiuoned
to appear at this office on the 20tb day
of December, 1S75, at 10 o'clock a. m.
to respond and furnish testimony con
cerning said alleged abandonment.
WehssTKK EatON, Register.
14-4 Eva Worthing, Receiver.
Joarnal of Agriculture and Farmer.
tV e call the attention of our readers
to the advertisement of this old and
reliable Agricultural and Grange paper
that appears in another column. It
has been published ia St. Louis for s?
great number of years am! is the lead
ing paper of its class in the Southwert
It is reliable and trustworthy, and if
any of our friends desire to take a fir-t
clas Agricultural Journal they canuot
do better than to take this one.
The publi.-hers are making their
weekly report of tbtf ararkets of St.
Louis and other large cities a promi
nent feature of the paper and doubt
less all will find them authentic and
reliable. Give the Journal ofAgri
culture and Farmer a trial and you
will doubtless be pleased and profrted
by it. nl Gt
Fersons desiring to lake other
papers in connection with the Chief
can get the following by sending
througo us at the prices given below.
Weekly Inter-Ocean & Chief $ 3 15
Semi " ' $4 50
" State Joarnal " f 3 60
Daily ' f 10 00
Scribcers Monthly, " $ 5 20
Sr Nichobs, " " $ 4 40
Tire Kansas Farmer, $ 3.25
ifily Post & MaiL " t7.0tf
Weekly, " $2.65
Wasted. Spring carves for which
i will pay the higoeft cask price de
at Rbd Ctoad.
Jast see how"eiT7 it is to pay for
yoar paper. If yea kavs't the aaooey
yorraaa pay for it with aay of the fol
Wheat Oata. Barley. Cera.
Rye. Buckwheat. FiW. NeaL
Poutoea. Cabbage. S4hash. Bar
ley. Beans. PampkiaaT Wood.
Pork. Beef. Chiekeaa. - Batter.
Bfgs. Aad we wen aetar yet
kaowii to rafiwe aioeer.-
WELLS! WELLS! !,
Ail wasting well? bored will db ell
to call upoa W. W. HA'atfcT,
fuavale, Webster Co., Neb.
a-Good notes takca if tlesifti.
"ONE HUNDRED' CUIUS TM AS
AX U HOW TO MAh'L TUHV.
The Deceralief JuuTber of ST.
NICHOLAS will contain' an adaiir
ableafricle entitled' "lse Hundred
Chrtiofa PrcaMts aflil How to Make
Puis article is full of practical de
scription; by ihi aid of which girl of
all aget, aud boys, too, for that matter,
can make beautiful and useful Christ
mas Proents for all their friends and
It WILL BE RtADT NovctfBca 20th
WELL AUGEti !
Having obtained the agenc- for tie
State of Nebraska for
OWSKS CELE2SATE3 WILL E01QJ3
And provided ourselven with firat-class-
machinerj" for making Wells, we
take this method of soliciting order
from all who seek water supply.
Vert prepared to sink wtlli wltk tap mi
noil rpeed. and in a atiiu:u.7 afior.
VGrain aad other itaplei takan in a
etiance fur work.
Beinthduly utborixrd aenti forthii
SUU. we offer County. Township, aad ladi
ridual rihu for rate. j
SPLENDID BUSINESS FOE A' SM.CiL
$25 a Day Guaranteed using
this Wei! Auger.
OWEN & MONTGOMERY.
Guide Rock, - - 3Teb,
B&M Goods and
BOOTS atl MlIOH
Hats. Caps. fc
Reddy Made Clothing I
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be unticrsoltJ.
GIVE US A CALL', ONE & ALL.
8. Garber iu Co.
THE ONLY PAPER IN
E W S
If tialiaj miktJf
Ilk Vat jiaflj fttasi
j. BERENZEN &fCO..
Webster Street. Hi. 105.
A GOOD PURE ARTICLE OF LACER BEER CONSTANTLY
ON HAND, ?
j. O. WARNER, Prop
It alwayi ready to attend to and make comfortable hi. patroa.
This Hotel ia entirely new, having Uea fitted ap for lb. txprw
parpose df the traveling public:
STAGE LEWE3 FOR THE
WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY OF
A. Srf: f
I Claim ta Have the BEST STABLE, Wast
Always Keeping on baad a good aupply of
HAY AN I) GUI N,
Alw a good conveyance for the purpose of conveying pas-cngcrt
from tnls place te any other at reasonable ratca.
0. L. BATTLES & M.
And all FARMING MACHINERY at Krasfe Pries.
"aBBrTTraTr 1 k raaaaafaT
MOUIMTED" and iJWl-f
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X good asflortment of
NAILS' KAKES, BOLTS. CORN PLANTE
SHOVEL SPADES, FORKS
NEWTON WAGONS, GLASS, TINWA
grand' SKjotR rrxrA-3,
with YVood or f roa Bearaa. with Wood and Iroa
And Everything needed by the Farmer or Mechaaic.
S9Fine Table aad Pocket Cutlery.
O. L. BATTLES & SON-
W. L. VANALStYNf
Littie, Tarred Paper
Aad very Articlt m&Bj teat ia
1GDABA5TEE TO DCPLICAtl ANT BILL THAI
BfJOOT AT JUNIATA' OH KASTTKOF
RAILROAD ON MONDAi;
EAC1I WEEK AT 7 O'CLOCK
TOOLS, PATNT3, OILS.
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