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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1876)
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V SIXES S D IR ECTO U Y
Attorneys at Law.
fTTT. WILLC-JX. J.S. GlLilAM;
AtraiiSKVS AT LAW,- j
Will Practice in all the Court?- of the
j-Collection Piomptly Attended to t
'jFt'CE IN l0"T OFFlCKj
mJ"'L" . uch
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ATTOHNKV AT LAW,
SfOTAST SU3LIS AJTTESAL fSTATS
?-fi Cloud, Xe!trakf.
Cdnntjj S'iptriulei'ilrnt "j I'tiblic In- '
Cobb7 Sa quett &. WDore,
o.,of wit. i,. ; ntt ndrc at ecb
frrn of th District Courf .r rhe ev-ni
fountie in tho Republican VUy.
A. U HOMVZ.V. JAS. I.AIRD
RKAL ESTATE AGEN1S.
7i7 practice wt ' .'Ae Courts o
Real Estate Agents, &.
ir n atc:iitii,5)S, J. a. tcli.e y?
Richardson &. TuIIeys,
H AL I3TA72 S: COL'CTnTG A52N7S
V.il ba ai.l ell Ral Et to on Commi"
ii. jlti i j-4j ttrs '-r non-residents.
ti-iil t:riiri'n ziven tco!lptt"n. Cr-rcr-.T-Jnr.!iritti.
AM letter? finTU;rj-.
ir mi n i' n.' :ir':nptly anewcred.
RKDCL lTI), - - - NEB.
f 1 Ve of l". S. I-md OlTiro, Blooming
Will artfn! to iny bu.-ino5 bfon
fh- II S. Lind 0:Kje at BIoru.:nston
i'i , an! the department. W.i-tiine
tin D (' Thre yar- official .xp
rienc-e in I S. Lawd Office at Luax!
an 1 Blo-imiritoii.
iri pe'-il att-nti'in u. rnatct .iri.-im
it Inr thr l're-rmptiun ilomc.tet'l andTiui
Sr il urr Jnw
W"'lfn- with Ju-ic !iljn. two 1or-
I a'w;;. rendy t do wot in hi
Hi: at any tint-. V! on or a-Mre.'-fjitn
at Wells P. O . Webster county
Nebraska n I'
La Clede House:
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
E.0.3ILL. - - - Prcprietcr.
dsnil NlHbl In ronurrliuii with tin
Thu htl hi been rcSttr-i anil rrfurni-h
thrurhut. iii:nr c:a Men. Itatlrri.nl Mei
an-1 all paric viitinc n-ii' ""imil. -ill fin
airle arcnianiodaliu&J a' thi llutcl.
Red Cloud Mills!
We ara prepared to do cus
tom e woik
plnir F4mI am!
(Jorii M21 or Sale.
ttjT Sfi.fa(tiin tzn aranved ii
quality of fl ur -sii.n a id t stov
,vo:iVv Fjnuer- -hnuld be particulai
-. i."irf :5u btt of MM'dwheat.
Pottor 6l Frisbie!
A. B. 11AJWYE .
it Sherer's Drug Store, Red Cloud.
S&Shaving, Shampooinr and IIar
putting in the highest style of tlu
Viix yivnit Market.
JOHN H. 5ALT0N.
Has just opened a Meat Market 01
Webster Street, next door south o'
i'-irk' Shot p where he will keej
and ell freh meat.- of all kinds.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
FOR BEEF CATTLE, HOGS.
AND HIDES. nlJ
Red Cloud. .... Neb.
Wines & Liquors
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacct
OF ALL KlNfcS,
Frs!r Lager Ber frois-" Antelop ' '
Brewerv, constantly on Hand.
RED CLOUD, NEB:
J. W. TUMEIlS,
U. 3.- PENSION SL'ROSO.
Office 3d doer Sotffl of Court f?ou;e.
"a-&ies5e Oae 3Efa Saet ef Sii Ciwi
?. ?. SflERER.
Harvard Leaves Today's and
Offi Sa City Brig Btor
j Repu,lican River
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7. T. W33, Prepriitcr.
Regular trip will be m:.de between
HASTINGS and RED CLOl'D.
I rfiallbe pleaded to carry passenger
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pon the days mentioned larmg Re
Cloud at a. M. on Mondays. Wedoe
davs and Friday.. Leaving Hastings j
at ( a. .m., in lucjatys, lnurxiays
Hair Fare Kates
S. B. HCLH33, Prcrrlctcr.
Thi" S.ace liine
Line nuininc f"
wun uie inn won: iap norm, simj uie
one coming from the -omh.
Arrives at Kc' Cir.tid from the wes)
Mondajaud Thur.day, and returns
Tuesdays and Fridays.
Good time; sober drivers and com
HAMPTON & RALSTON.
1 llavine leaded the Waron and Black-
-tiiith shop, lately occupied by Ira
Sleeper, aro now prepared to do every
thing in the line of
i rrI riL"Vi:f f'l'II ivr i
i i-IjALrI.CVMI 1 HliMj,
i AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Repairod on short notice aud in a
WAGOX3 AND l-UGHES MADE TO
HAMPTON Jk RALSTON.
Hi r;. Toy a i vt:u TitEyit.ytsT
J. D. WOODS.
il i vician & Surgeon
Will dfvo: hi- '.vhole time exclu--ivelj
to the pr.ictifi of mediciue.
Office at P. A. Williams Jfc Co.
's ly Riverton. Neb.
VT. C. TE:H?30Sf - - Prop.
Will entertain his eucsts in the most
gentleman-like manner, with as good
tare as the mnrket affords.
To the t-aTelior public we w mid iT give
lira a call.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
.TOTAST PU3113 ANE SEAL ESTATE
Tiverton Franklin County Nebraska.
iClai-ju for sale and tailorinc done in
DO YOU KNOW
TEftE IS A
Wliere you can get anything yo
want in the line of Pure Drugs. Medi
cines, and in fact all articles usually
kept in a first-class Drug Store.
Pure Wines and Liquors
for medicinal use.
Physicians prescriptions carefklly
compounded day or night.
t&. Curio rner; treatal Kith respect cad
an occasional chjar.
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Voiitt to Taaart.
N'offcfft-bereby given. That I will
examine all persons who may desire to
ofier themselves as candidates for
teachers of the primary or eomaon
schools of the county, at By ofSce is
Red (loud, on the first Saturday cf
August, rfoveaaber. February aid
May. J, S. GiLttAsr. t
Notice is haeeby giyeo that I have
been' duly apaokted adaaiatstrator of
tie estate of Robert Marrow, late of
Webster ecwety deseased.
H. S. Kalet; AMMistrator.
Red Cloud, Neb . Jaa. th. 1S76.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
RE& CLOUD; NEBRASKA.
Xolicrsia this Column 10 C7ifs a wte
ArrlI aael isnmrswr sr
frwaui She Bed CIoshS P. .
J CM ATA Leaves Monday's
Wedtie.day' and Friday "am.
M:i! closed 9 p. m. Airives Tue3-
day Thursday and Saturday's 7 . rt:
I Fridav's 5 p. m. arrives Tuesday's
and Friday's 5 p. m,
Mail closed 1
5 p. m.
Fra.VKLT??, going east, Monday's
and Thursday's 2 p. ni. Going wet
Tuesday's and Friday's 10 a. n.
Pleasant Hill leaves Thursday? 6
a. ni. Arrive Wednesday' 4 p. m.
Mail cioxd y p. ui.
.Ikwelh. Kaas, arrives Friday's
1'2 m. Ixjaves rnday 1 p. m.
Rc!5,KLi Kana?, arrives Thursday's
i-a w. leaves Thur-uay 1 p. m.
Office pen from 4 uotill 6 p. m.
f,f" J ; r ,i Til
lhe eveniug before the maib leave.
MB McNrrr P M
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AH registered matter mut be in
jj vrivrjvxri i ijslu uiiuiujii
-n vn fn i tu i v i nriittLi
Services eyery first and third Sab -
j bath.s of each month at Red Cloud
andFvule. ?j I o'clock P. M. at
Red jlorf. 2- & clock P. if. at In-
avale. Every ?ond and fourth
Sabbaths at Batin and Hnruiony ( the fi'r.t instance we have beard of i choio; from which is given with a nb
Prccincts. Rev. A. MAXWELr.,-!;pe0ple being relieved of money at this- ecriprion to either cfthe iiluitratei!
j BAITIST CHURCH.-Kev. Thoa
M ex low, Pator. Services every
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' Sabbath Scum, every Sabbath
morning at lu i. ii.
J. Q. Potter, Supt.
U. S. Lsd Office
a, Neb. V
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Complaint having been entered at
thi office by Wendaline Herz against
Villiam B. Mcl'Iollan for abandoning
his homestead entry, No. 1102. dated
June 12th. 1373, upon the northeast
quarter Sea 22, township three (3)
range nine (9) west, in Webster county
Nebraska, with a view to thecancclh
tion of said entry : the said parties are
hereby summoned to appear at this
office on the 24th day of February,
1Mb. at y o clock a. m., to respond
and '""usu testimony concerning end
Weiister Eato.v, Register.
22--lw Evan Worthi.vo, Receiver.
U. S. Land 0?ttct, )
Bloomiugton, Neb. V
Jan. 6th, 1S76. j
Complaint having been entered at
thifoffiee by David T. Morris against
Georce W. Holdernes for abandoning
hi homestead entry. No. 22S2, dated
May 2lst f.?4, upoo the southeast
quarter. See. )i, township two (2).
range LI w?-f, fa Franklin county.
NVbia.ka. with a visw to the cancel
lation of said entry : the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at this
office on the 19th d.iy of February.
J S7. at I o'clock p. m., to respond
and furni.b totituony concerning said
WeBsTkR Eatos. Register.
22-4 Evan Worthing. Receiver.
LS. Land Office,
i, 1S75. J
Complaint having been entered at
this office by Aaron Howe against
Jatre M. May field for abandoning
his timber "ulture entry, No. 819, da
ted Oct. 30th, 1874, upon the south
west quarter Sec 22, town 3, range 9
west, in Webster coflirty, Nebraska,
with a view to the cancellation of said
j en'ry : the sa! J parties are hereby sutu-
muneu io appear at tnis omce on tne
loth day of February, IS7o, at 10
o'clock a. m to respond and furnish
tesiiftroy concerning said alleged
Webster Eaton, Register.
21 4 Evan Worthing, Receiver.
;New Honey Locust Seed, choice
quality, gathered in the fall of 1875 ;
fur sale by
THE ONLY PAPER IN
f mlitig $ttk$.
Jl'ARK H7 WARNER,
Terrible (fcirage tj Tinker THrrte.
Jut as ire go to pry we leun that
31 r. L'owoer, Sheriff of Nuckolls Co ,
aod his deputy', were severely tea!-
treated by wood thieves last Thursday
evening. Mr. Downer was found on
Friday morning, neaHy Kawlesa with
an a, in his breast, and hi. rerol
jicuckeu acu rjiug near aim on me
I , j j 1 1 i
ground. The people of that county
otirht to nunih ilte-d offenders to the
f'uil extent of tbc br, withot fear
a c i. i i l -Li " ou fuaiui-rjcj iu appear i iui
K.vor. Suchlawlesnesaub:arb:e;f,ffil.vontne 2i,t or Khrrt-
in a civiliz-d community.
-Real the new schedule and Po
Umce rules, our Dotiuawar ha nut
at, all over town. .'
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We understand that -the people I
Batin. are havne very intereiting
meeting. May the good work go on.
-If tho people of the East could
mlv realise what delightful weather
t we have out here, we wotjM undoubt
edly see a larger JtcigralTod fhao ever
btfore, aet spring.
Some iime since W. Jf. Riehard
sn pnrchs-scd an antelope which now
keeps company with Mr. Slecpsr'
crane around town.
A gentleman froia Corry, Kan.
stoppsd in town last Tuesday night;
hT had beea back to Iowa, and while
on his war home had o-as;on to stop
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, ii Council BluB? over nitfhl aud put
1 Ujtat the CLicaitO I'our?e; during th'
1 h he -,j , of $225, ,nd j
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xw not Set any reciess. mu is not
hotel, and travellers will do well t
, . . . . ,
give this p.ace a wde bertk
We were pleaded to tsotice Mr.
Dick Oaf irr of Guide Rock, in town
the other day.
-The interest it? thw Meetings at
this place is still increasing, some of
the young men of the phce are becom
ing quite interested.
Mr. O L. Battles of Guide Rock
who has been running a Threshing ma
chine this last fall, banded era the fol
lowing which we think is pretty good
for one mach'we.
if 063 t4t ..CuOI
H, King of Guide Rock has gone
into the grocery' buisness in that place.
Rev. Cherles Reilly of Juniata,
j preached here tw? evenings last week.
Tuesday tde wind blew and it
looked very much as though it was go
ing to storm, but soon cleared off, and
as pleasant as ever.
Owing to the crowd of matter
hi our columns- ibis week, several com
munications are hrid over-
We understand that the Kansas
folks are trying to trade claims with
settlers in this valley. The reason they
wish to trade is to get as near the pro
posed line of the Narrow Gauge rail
road as possible.
The best assortment of Harness,
Saddles and everything in tbe harness
line is kept at McBride's, next door
to Sherer's Drug Store.
Found between Red Cloud tnd
Indian Creek on the 19th inst, a 15
cent package of Tobacco. Tbe owner
can have the same by calling at this
office and paying for this local, and
taking what is left
The State Board of Agriculture
meets at Lincoln, on tbe 26th inst. to
complete arrangements for holding a
State Fair next season.
Doing business without advertis
ing is like inking at a pretty girl in
the dark, you know what you art do
ing, but nobody else does.
The Ladies Benevolent Society
will meet at the residence of Mrs. J.C.
Warner, on Thursday, Jan. 27tb. So
ciable n tbe evening. All are cordi
ally invited to attend.
We judge that Webstfr County
is going to bars some money in its
Trescry from tbe amount of bill-t-dues
that our Tresurer is mailing all over
Oar wew Justice has more busi
ness than he cares to attend to. Only
fourteen new cases this week.
Last Friday evening there was a
surprise party held at ihs residence
of John D. Leack, Esq. When we
arrived at the hoase, we foand hist
sitting in true Yankee fashiow, his feet
as high as his bead, enjoying the
"Cbht." The raaaily were n
pletely taken by snrrrisn. The ladies
took podsesston nf tbe bowse for the
time being. About 12 o'clock we were
invited down stairs to swppe. The
fowl, oaken, pies, Ac, were such as to
sake w wish that we had sack a tap
liter spending n Tery pleasant eve
ning the party broke p hot two
o'clock, wen satkied with thin the
frst evrprise party of the season, bt
we hope not the last.
Re. Ctoft RwtaiJ fitrkti
corrected wskklt bt l. bac. .
C Coffee agar For tl, ....... 7$ro
Yellow Coffee Sagnr.- 8
Choice Rio Cofne ilbt: for $1.00
ruos 8 l&4 - WJ
Ten per !b. ..CZ-.-. ..75$1.00
Bwtter pnrlS .2rXi"10
JSna.9 per oonen. ........ ...... in
Flatfsels per yard...... JL 30(a5
Brown Shirting per yazd:4.
a liM8' hmi tMMNttsantw ,IU
j Brown DriHmg .6i33l
Heavy Brown Dackiag-.Jl-. 33J
Boot () per pair -J
Wemees Shoes pet pnrf'......K75(t3
U. S. Land Or kick, )
1 " 41IU4I J 44 A O J w
j CouiDlaiu.'havitig oeen ertered at
this office by Gi:firsre tl. Sbriri2er
Januarv 6th la7o. j
Sinl Janrea H. Wstkins for ahn-1
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:,s.,Kssiis1isis 3!: red CLOUD
tfelira-k. with a V'e to thecal;! Hill BBB
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of I Iian ?l n" en"ry :. :ne '5:a P3rt
1876, at 9 o'clock a au, to cepend
"u "Vn " 9"'"'y coocerntng said
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T:cant .and aDDointed me to 11- th-
vaotiior, I wouij tive ::ut.ix to all whii'i
wih ro l- ex-tmiued between now and
the hrt 31 ondiy in Januafj, that th ? !
will3nJmeatmyoo..oncdoorsoutn:rrMr,,,f'"',:fn ,M "ff
m'i v., u..
yi IliC UUl LIUU3..
J. S. GilhaV. Sou't.
Fnnk Leslie at his Marnd'oth ?ub- !
It-hin-i House, 537 Pearl S:reet. New
York, issues .evpnteeu beautifully U-lustitu-d
newpapcr aud micazine.
Mr. Leslie was the tr-t in the United
State to undortake the publicition of
a weekly illustrated newspar-er, and to j
him belongs the honor of boiu the5
publuher of "The Oldest Illustrated' J
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ge our c-uz.m an opportunity of in-
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0rtbe eight maenificent chroma th
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lie's rablishing Uoase. 3J7 Fearl StrU
After two year's of prosperity, nnexampled
in tbs annals of juveoile literature, durinx
which Sf. WChola8 has eonsoliisted with
itself alt its strongest cosipwtitors. the pab
lishe s Snd theneselves in position to prom
ise that the T iH Volume, beginning with
the number fcr 5 v ember last, shall, in it
unuiil attractions for (rids and Boys, sur
pass even the prereiling volumes. In ad
dition to contributions from the
nT wbitkbs er amkbica,
there will be Storle. Poeas. and Sketch?,
by some of the Mou Prominent Scjlia'u .a
thors: Amn&enient4 have been naJo for a
Tery later gjtibg series of r ipers oa
By Mrs. OLIPHANT.
Treating of iu History and the Child-Life of
Succewtre Royal (iwentions.
CH2ZST&TA 9. 30S.STTX
Will ee-atribrte to the new rolam'e;
LOriSA k ALC077
Wii: write "Murjorle's Birthday Cifu. cad
other short staries.
Some articles oa "Astronomy for Young
re., pie" have been promised by the imp alar
Engh Astron mer.
Therewtlf bvacMtiauad story of Life in
In the !?OTe-mber Number, the openiag of
the new rolome. was begun an
AlCilClil S2IIAL STC17,
"The Bov Evvioiijits.''
By IAH HtSKR.
Giving the adve-.tarej of a prty of boys in
The California (told Mines, in the early days
J. T. TtnstWBKItsH.
Author of tae "Jack Haassd" stte. wii)
coatribute scarr Srtgsfy ntarestinc sketches
of adrenture at "Baa Cot."
TALKS WITnf GIRLS
Br Ieavdiag authors, will be a leading feature
of the Bnt volume. Especial attention will
bo a given I
INCIDENTS OF AMERICAN
With spirited pictorial illustrations.
The various departments. Jtxti-iu-ike-rW-pit,
TV Kiddtr Bit. Lftur Bkc. and the
rages) (or Ym LiaU Fnlk. are to be mor
attractive tfeaa ever Tbe French. Latin,
and German stvHeu. for traaslatina. which
nave) srured so ptntrjar. wilj b freqae t in
the new volume. S- of the finest wirkj of
Tie (rrrsSsaf PninStr if fie Centmrg'
kavs) bea engraved exprewly for St. Xicn
SK.AS. and the first artists of the day will eon
triktUe fresh "4 original drawings for tiis
Fi Art Majitim Fw Tin Teratf. Definite
aanncesne"ts of utaatP iatrtig an-1 nov
el feature were aside n the December cia
her. St. Nicholas, will eotiue ader the
uoeosfml editonhio of
Ad " efforts will be scared by editor a4
pKiststrs to tsftai ad jacrsass the at
traction ad vau ots ataemxi'e.
stilnnlem lrle. nw.nwa
MB XI JStMBBSBVeW,
Thee Tolussee birt sfflk ovemWr Th
two Sow rjAT for 1T sjeritt7S are e'e
sjsHly b.is iu red aud'gcf i. a&d form thu
Fifx-Sooki For CsnIdr- Evr r
Issued We will seul tie ccagmxrue o year
kawiuaisc Kaveeabw. in?. lM either of
tasTslsaeibosMsi abore. pott-natd. fort
nmee ukeri9tia yesw. aadtne two
Toiunies.rorro.oa. Ali fwsdnaiers aa
swbtR'VFs? nn' Tin a tax
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Eroaiinvj. X, Y.
WELLS! WELLS! !
All wanting well bred will do'
racauupon w. n.riARVZT,
Inavale, Webster Co., "eb.
-Oood cotes taken if desirtd.
0. R. Pivrrta.
1 People al large cae' AJ constantly
. on hand Lumber. Lath, Shingles,
' Sash, Doors and Blinds-
1 ffTiiilrflnri ITi.i.i -.J 'U
t uuiiuiiiii w imi BiBfl Hiinira
I ,n3s ne ana narQ WtOO
' jar lum'jtr.
&LX Sa! rci tea 7rcu.
S. Gabber 1 Co
Dry Goods' and
! BOOTS AHd SHOK
Hats, Caps Sl
Ready Made Clothing
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be undersold.
GIVE US A CALL, ONE 4 ALL
S. Carber & Co.
Red Cloud.. Ifeb
The Newspaper Fsmisbiaa;
THE MOST NEWS
the Least Money
POST & MAIL-
Now ta its eleventh year, claims tbe patron-
Sft of the public on the broad ground
that it is. emphatically.
The Peoples Paper!
The prices of ubcrirtloarefboth Daily and
Weekly are made so low af fc bring ih dra
pers within tbe Bsearurof wttrrr man' h, eTs'
afford to take S7 kial of a sewftMcr. mil'
tbe ttrws o'tfreday of minor importance is sol
cono?ensel as to einbrac events fnm all
points accessible by tele.raph or wail. Of
all imprtant happenings. Iccal or general,
the t'aper will contain tull and graphic ac
SspnbUaa is Fclitid,
as heretofore. thePst and Mail promises to
give its best efforts to tbe support of its party
in the comin; Presidential Campaign, as well
as in minoi polittcal politi-al contents, and to
labor for the
r.nEATEST GOOD TO Till (IRIATtsT
The Daily Post and Mail is. for its sise. the
Cheapest Newspaper in the West. ind has for.
years beet ;romiuent a the leading expo
nent of Clieap Journalism, which mean to
gie the pec pie the news of vbe da at the
lowest posiole figure. Tksj papr is furnish
ed to sebscribers by aii!. po-toge prepaid, a
Daily, per annum VJA I Daily. 5 months tl.tb
six muotLs 3.W " I month 00
'rf7M; !u Cost osl7 Two easts n Saj I
Or lesd than Half tbe Codt of otber
The leading features ofpe Daily
ITS MARKET REPORT
Which ars erfully prepared by ex perieaeea
men. at a large expense. ad cover. witL the
atranst accurae;. the M.rkeu of Chicago.
Geo em I and rpecial Telecrams frum the Iea-1-ingcitiea
of tbtsa-wi foreign countries still
further enhance ttev!'e f this particular
department of the papo. Ba?ies men
thru bout tbe country can rely os the mar
ket quotations of the Post and Mali aioeiag
accurate and comprehensive.
Published every sflernoni. the pap-rfur-ishe
the Dublin of the Xorthweat with its
I News and Market Reports at least
oTOSk morning pipers." a'gain intls tiaaand
a saving in money which felines dftn itJ'tkT"'
country can asyrectate.
in actiiitten to tats s eexal teatsre. t
and Mail give the best of Special Telegrams
Conciseness for businees Men. the Associated
Prcas Dii patches. Cnsw Correspoadence. and
general sbh uocm .ici o a.i cinos.
In all matters that tend to make a sharp,
spieyuad enterprising daily newpapr. the
Daily Pott sad Mail will cot be fonsd waat-tag-
TBr -Ekr v -
Post and Mail!
Has been redaeain nri.adasubscripUoa
for one 7sanow cowes only
O N & D'fJl L A R !
The Weekly OtcncWa: 1 5ewv of the
Week, the Rust of SurfW. General readiaf
for Men of A Cra4ey acJI profsuaton Items
of Art. Literatu- e,- Psshtcn. Kciety ets
Cartfaily rviid down to thehur ofgoicg
to pre. In everything it will be. for the
In the West, ana within thu saeanVof every
Are) offered to eva ers. Si fcr t
Oxrr readers wilt feswS'rfWiee the
advertisenxtircftne Ra'd Farmer
. . - v. x? ii.. tr
d A -nca oasjr Folks, ptxbfisn
ed at lopta, rVaaews. Tbe rarmer
M PSW! proPo
Tt'ti emm nt cmr mhUa &wl
1 beat Western Arieakaral annecn.
j. BERENZEN 6l CO..
Webster Street. No. 105.
A GOOb PURE ARTICLE OF LAGER BEER CONSTANTLf
' ON HAND
J. O. WARMER, Prop
Ii always ready to attend to aod make eotafortablo hit patron.
This Hetel is eutifsly new, hsving bssn fittsd ap for lbs stprss
purpose cf the trT'el:bjf public.
STAOS LEAVES FOR THE
, WEDNESDAY, 4 FRIDAY OF
I Claim to Have th. BEST STABLE Wtti
Always kpmg oa band a good supply of
Jfi A t AND
I Also a good conveyance for tbe p'orpose of eoovtying passenger!
! friitd th"13 place t0 My olh,r ll reM0DbU rtM
G, L. BATTLES &
SHELF & HEAVY
And all FARMING MACHYNERV at Grange Prices.
sssnnVnwPsnnnnnnnnnVanwainnjrVv nsV srsnnnnnnnnnnnn
"MOU1VTED" and HOlsVW
A f oodaasortment of
NAILS, RAKES, BOLTS. CORN PLANTKf
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS
CARPENTERS' AND tfASONS TOOLtf, PAINTS. OILS.
5EWTby ' WAGONS, GLASS, TINWAI
GRA?fD DETOUR" PfcOWS;
with Wood or Iron Beams. with Wood and Iron Ben
And Everything needed by tbe Farmer of fcbnnev
fjsjfrFine Table and Pocket Cntlety.
O. L. RATTLES & SON-
- - -
, Mrr p 1
W. L. VANALSTYNE
piWf Lumber, lath shm&I
Limes "f arreal Piper, I
And nrery Artiele niaally Sept in
I GUARASiTlE id i5tjplicatx any bill th,
I'BE GO! AT JtJNlATA OR HASTI KrtSr
ELCH WEEK AT 7 O'CLOCK
G R A I
1 1 MRP
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