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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
M. L. THOMAS. - - - Editor.
TH1 ltbl'AY Jan. lath, 1H77.
One copy lyear, $2.00
One copy G months, 1.00
One copy 3 " .50
Correspondence solicited (rem all part o
the County and Hutu, on mailers of gotiera
Ji I... .
A. S. Puddock. Beitrice. U. S. Senator.
W. Hitchcock. Omaha, U. S. Senator.
Ijorcnzo Crouiue. Reprenentative.
SILAS GARBER. Uov.rnor. Lincoln.
HrumtTziichuek. Ste. of State.
.15 Wwton. Linaoln, Auditor.
J.C McBride. ., Trear
Jo. II. Kibert. Atfy Ocrr.
J. M. McKenile. Lincoln. Sap. Pub. InJtruc.
flio. Tt. Like. Omaha. Chief. Tirtice.
I vnl!Hntt.Nebr;i8kaCity. ,.,:..,. ju,
HaiaT Maxwell. PIUinouth KOt,atc J '
J. A.Tulleys. County Clerk.
M. If. J on eg. Trcajurrr.
I. W. Tul.Vy' Probate .Tilde!,
ft. IliH. Sheriff.
J. S. Gilh m. School Siip't.
' C. C .on. Coroner.
W K. Thorn, County Surveyor
. H. J,U. )
1.. II. I tiro. V
J. Ji. Hobart. i
N'W Yoik Itasrn armed, equipped
in d drilled milit in forct of 4 434 men.
The Governor's Mc:ie entirelv
too lung fur publication in 'he.e col
umn.''. Af there has been no mail down
fiotn HaM'tie? this week, we arc una
fo ive any late ncwr-frotu the capital
or anvwhne oNe.
TliK balloting fur United States
Seiiaiur was intended to commence
last Tuoday. We hope lo be able to
k'ivc the re.Milt rrxt wek.
IJennett and May. of New York,
foueht a duel ribwn in Delaware, re
nntly. Neither waft hurt. A firl was
the cause of the "onpleasantuess," of
Jack McCall, the murderer of Wild
Hill, i to be hanged on the firat day
of next .Mamhv He says his name is
not McCall, but refuses to give his
They are bavins lovely times down
in Louisiana. Two Governor.', and
two legislatures in full bat It seam?
that it would be better for the citizens
of Louisiana, if the Staff was uuder
P. I. Bliss, the song writer, was
one of the victims of the railroad hor
ror at Ashtabula, Ohio. lie was au
thor of '-Ilold the Fort," "Almost
I'ereuaded," "Only an Armor Bearer'
"What will the Harvest Be," etc.
We would respectfully suggest to
the Honorable body of Law Makers
now in sesfion at Lincoln, the advisa
bility of blotting from existence the
present obnoxious and unconstitution
al law which allows cattle to runjat
large, during the months of December
.January and February, in Webster
and a few other counties of the State.
In Webster county, the damage to the
young timber and fruit trees, that is
annually did by the cattle which run
at large during those three month",
imounts to several hundred dollars.
Tt i-i simply impossible to grow hedge,
fruit, forest, or ornamental trees wi.h
ny degree ofsuccess until this perni
f'ous law is repealed. We would- re
spectfully ask the Senator from this
district to "put his shoulder to the
A bill has been introduced into the
legi'-latrre providing for a thorough
geological survey of the State. The
advantages of such a survey would be
manifold. A geological survey would
piobably settle the fuel question. It
we must forever depend upon other
states to supply us with fuel the soon
er we know it iie better. It was once
announced that Illinois and Kansas
had no coal. Both of these states are
now shipping it to distant regions. A
geological survey would be of inesti
nable value to the State in an agricul
tural poiut of view The different
varieties of soils are mapped, classified
and analyzed. Such surveys can al
ways determine Hie adaptability of
liTcrent regions to forest tree culture
and other products.
Terms of Court for Fifth Judicial District
of UAraska, for the Tear 1877.
Pursuant to the provisions of the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska,
I have fixed the time of holding the
regular terms of District Court in and
and for a portion of the counties con
stituting the 5th Judicial District of
the State of Nebraska, for the year
1877, as follows:
In the county of Adams, Feb'y 12th
July 5th, and November 27th.
In the county of Buffalo, May 8th,
and November 13thv
In the county of Cheyenne, Atpril
3 d and September 25th:
In the county of Dawson, April 17,
and Dec 11th.
Tn the county of FrankNn March
5lhand October 22d.
In-the county of Furnas, June 22d.
In the county of Harlan, March 12,.
and October 31st.
In the county of Hitchcock; June
In the cowry of Kearney, June 12,
'and NovMiber 7th.
i,;thr county o Lincoln, April It)
and October 2d,
In the county of Red Willow, June
In the county of Sherman , May 21.
In the county of Webster, Feb. 26,
and October 1.0 h.
I will order regular term of Court
in cither or all of the other five coun
ties in the district when the people
thereof through their comaii-tiimierr !
desire, of which due notice will b
January 1st, 1877.
William Gaslin, Jr.,
Oak Creek, Web.-ter Co., Neb
Jan. bth, 1S77.
Kd. Chief. As the old year has
passed aw..y, and the new one com
menced with all its promise-?, it seeu.-s
the proper time to icflect and pag in
review the changes that have takrn
place the past year. Mr. King has
built a frame house, hired .V) acres ol
breaking done, and has engaged some
what in the dairy bu-iness. Mr. Haa.
although arriving late :u the fall, has
made some penniwnt impioveaunts,
and acts as though he had the vim to
stand the hard tune. ani hoppers, for
the sake of getting one of Uucle Sam's
Austin Riley broke about 7; acres
the past summer besides taking him a
wife, sc ting an example 'or those
that are crowding thirty. Constable
Fuller had about 75 acres broke on his
claim. Mr. Simpson has opened up a
fine farm and has a beautiful grove
started. Mr. Hobart, our Hon Co.
Commissioner, has as valuable farm as
there is in the precinct, and has what
few have got, j.Jcuty of wood.
Taking it all tog-ther, there has
been about SQJ acres broke in O k
Creek the past year, and I believe
that this part of the county has as en
terprising settlers as we find in Ne
braska. The voters of school district
No. 10, met and organized the 20th
of Dec, electing A. A. Pope as di
rector, and measure-j will be taken to
get a school started early in the spring.
The E. P. Methodists held a quarterly
meeting in the school house of Di;t.
No. f), Dec. 31st, and the good peop'e
of this part had their spiritual
Mr. Wm. E. and L. A. Hawlew,
have been doing their duty to their
fellow men 13 slaying the ferocious au
imals, having killed 7 wolves, 3 wild
cats, and 5 foxes. The railroad fevei
has again commenced to rage, and un
doubtedly the question bonds or uo
bonds will .'oou be submitted to the
people. Hoping that Webster county
will soon get a road, I remain yours
respectfully, J. E. 11.
Sjillwater. Neb., 1
y 8th 1S77. j
En. Chief : Sir, lu my communi
c tiou some time since, I explained
some of my reasons w y the farmers
in thi country cannot grow hedge. I
will now try to give some more. One
of. these is that when thev get hedg.
planted (even if done right) they kill
it by negl cttug to tend it thoroughly
through the summer or in protecting
it through the winter, or perchance
they may attend to all of these, and
then turn their stock ont to tramp on,
and kill it in this way.
Now let me say a few words to our
farmers. ou arc all interested in the
improvements of the county, and there
is nothing that so improves a country
as good fencing. Now it is impossible
for the most of the farmers here to
fence their farms with posts and lum
ber, from lack of means ; therefore
they will have to resort to some
cheaper method, that will answer the
same puJpose, and 1 know of uo himi
that will answer as well as Osage
Orange hedge. For I wou'd like to
ask what looks prettier than green
hedges. And also as a protection to
the fields of grain, and to the inhabit
ants from the storui6 of wind that fre-
'quently arise in this country.
Then the difference in the cost of
the two fences is simply immense. The
post and board fence c nnot be placed
on the ground for less than $1.50 per
rod, to say nothing about the work of
putting it up ; while on the other
hand hedge can be put in for 25 cents
per rod, and in the long- run is much
the cheapest, even at the same price.
Think of this farmers, and figure on
it, and -ee if I am not right.
Yours, W. W. B.
MAPLE GE0V FA&tf.
Webster Co., Neb , Jan 5', 1S77.
Ed. Chief : Dear Sir, as I see a
great many communications from dif
ferent parts of the county, I thought
an article from State Creek, may not
come amiss, as some of your "contrib
utors my they like to hear from all
parts of the county and state, and
from the farmera-generally, as to their
experience in faruiitifi: This i i- veiy
interesting to me and ought to be to
every farmer. I think it very kind' of
the gentlemanly editor of the Chief
to give us space in his valuable paper
to communicate with each v ther in
this way,-and I think if we leave out
politics in our communications it
would be a great deal better, a we
are not all republicans, neither are we
all democrats, and by writing up politics-it
may touch- the tender cords of
political party ism,- and cause hard
feelings-between good citiaens where
If we leave politics out, and by communicating-
matters- of more interest,
the farroisf entnuiuaity would be more
benefitted by it,
As far as farming is concerned,. soaie
my it don't pay at all, while others;
pay they make it pay very well. And
wny IS H mat jorue lanucn ici av j
much with ethers TIitc certainly U j
rau-e for thi-, for if one farmer
make it pay, we all o:ght to make it
pay in proportion to the amount of j
land cultivated ard forco rut ploy d. !
Some will t-ay it can't be dnc to make
it pay, and I think not if it i not car- ,
ried on in a pmfinMc wiv. Now, I j
for one say farming will pay z I hvr ;
tried it on a small scale and on a large j
- ..... r. , .'.:n.
scale in Webicr countv. But to mnke ,
it pay weU a farmer must economic,
and take care of w'n it h? rawes, not
allowing too many leak- in his granary
(as a small leak will -ink a largo ship)
and farm all kind- of grain and pro
duce, such as wheat, barley, oats rye
flax, corn, bronmoorn, potatoes onions
bean and peas, Sec, and take care of
every kind of grain in due season, and
allow nothing to go to wate, and if
possible feed all your corn. Alwuy.-.-ee
your way through before going in
debt. Rptter live in a dugout clear of
debt than live in a tmtiMon belonging
to Home one else. I farmed 101 acres
la-t saon as follows : 30 acrs in
wheat, 12 ia barley, 26 in flax, 10 in
out-), 15 in corn, 5 in huugarian, and
one acre in potatoes. My crop receipt
were as follows : Wheat. 31 G bushel-;
barley 25; flax bced, 212 ; oats, 240 ;
corn, 350 ; potatoes, 75. I received
for my wheat that I sold, delivered at
the railroad, 93 cts. per bushel, for
barley 50, flax seed bO, and for oats
delivered at Red Cioud, 20 cents per
bushel. I also rai.ed 15 tons of hay
from the five acres of hungarian sow
ed. I also bought 300 buhch of corn
at from 1G to 20 cents per bushel.
Now I claim a man can't raise corn at
such figures and make farming a sue
cess. I can sell all the potatoes I have
at 25 cts. per bushel, at home.
Now when I come to figure up my
receipts and expenditures I find I am
a little ahead on farming. While if
we had a railroad at Bed Cloud 1
would be still farther ahead. Further
more, i:' the fanuera of Webs'er coun
ty intend to make a perfect auojesi ot
farming we must have a railroad at ail
hazzards. I have paid out in cash
over $50 last season for hauling grain
to the railroad, which I could hive
saved, if Red Cloud had a railroad.
That amount would pay interest on
bonds for several years besides paying
other taxes. Some will say, no, we
dou't want bonds, my taxes are so
high now I can't pay them. Bit let
as see how much of those taxes go to
the county. List year my taxes were
$33 00, viz.: school tax $11, poll tax
$2, dug tax $2, intcre.it ou delinquent
$3. This is the way my taxes were so
high, but when L come to take out the
taxes of my own district. I find I have
but $15 to pay to the county, less than
half of the whole amouut. Now let
U3 look well to oar interest and vote
bonds, have a railroad and in a few
years emmigratiou w.II pour into our
count', and build it up, help ia
those bonds, and our county "loom up'
with some of the older counties. Let
us hear from all on this subject, and
let us all be alive to our home interest.
D. S. Helvern.
MARK Tr.ESE FACTS.
The Testimony of tho Whole World.
'HOLLOA' AYS PILLS.
"I had no appetite; llolloway'd Pills gave
in hearty one."
"Your fills ac marvellous."
"1 send for another box. and keep them in
the house "
"Dr. tl llotray has cured my headache
hat was chronic"
" I Rave one of y ur I'ills to my babe for
i-holera morbiw. The dear lit-1- thins got
well in a day."
"Aly nause.1 of a morning is now cured."
" our box of ilolloway's Ointment cured
mc otnoies in the ue.id. I rubbe.l sumeot
ourointm-nt behind the ears ami the uoiee
has left "
"send me two boies; I want one for a poor
1 enclose a dollar, your price i "5 cents,
but the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
I have over '20 ) such tcstunmiials a these
but wunt of space compels in to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And nil eruptions of the skin, this Ointment
is must i valutibic. It does not hoa exter
nally alone, but penetrates with the most
scutching effects to the very Dot ot the evil
Invariably cure the following diseasos
Disorder of the Sidneys.-
In all diseases affecting thest) organs, wheth
er they secrete too much or too little water :
or whether tm-y be afflicted with stone or
gravel, or with acbes iin : pains settled in
tU loins over the regions of the kidneys,
these pills should be taken according to the
. ri .te-i directions, and the Ointment should
bo w:i robbed int- the small ot the back at
bed timo. This treatment will give almost
immediate relief wheu all o.hcr means have
For Stomachs Out of Order,
No-medicine wi I go effec u Ily improve
the tone of the stomach as these Pills: thcy
remove all acidity occasioned either by in
temperance or improper diet
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS are the best known
in the world for the following diseases: Ague
Asth a. Uiliotts Co.nplnintd. Ulotches on
the Skin. Rowels. Consutnp iou. Debility.
Dropsy. lysenterykErys-pcjas. Female Ir
regularities. Fevers of all kinds. Fits Oout,
Headache, Indirection. Inthiuiatioo, Sore
Throats Stons and tiravel. VVrins otail
kinds. Weakness Irmn-any cbikso, eic.
None arc genuine nalss the signature of
J. ilAT:ocK. as agent f r the United States,
surrounds each b x "f lilts, and -intuwuU
A band ouif reward will be given la any o
ren tering such information as nuy lead to
the detection ot any party orpr.r fcscouu er
fciting the medicines or vendiag the same
knnwinz them to be sc-uri'-us.
-old at tne manuiactory ot croie-ST ,
speclable druggists ar.ddeilers in ictMUcine
throughout thcivilir-"d world, in ocul
25 cent. 6i c nts and SI. each
di'hen is considerable savt 'g by taking
t e larger sixes.
N. B Directions for the gu dance of pa
tients in ever? disorder arc affixed to each
box. . n20-ly
Office, 112 Liberty Stroei, 27. Y.
CRIST ADO ftO'S
Crtstadoro's Hair Dye is the Safest
and Best ; it acts iiittantat.eoulv,
producing the nio-t natural badrs oi
Black or Brown ; does Not Stain the
Skin, and is ca-ily applied It is a
standard preparation, and a- favorite
up-n every well'appointed Toilet for
Lady or Gt-ntletsea. Sold by Drag
P. 0. 1533r Kav 7rlv
'i I SIXESS DIRECTOR Y
Attorney? at Law-
-J. S- Gil ha ra.
Att?y at Law,
AND NuTAKY PUBLIC.
ZST Collection- piomptly attended to.
05cs in .T. S. "iliccz's. Sti Clcii l?.
a. n. tviiicox i
ATTORNEY AT LAW;
Will Practice in all the Courts of the
3T Collection Promptly Attended to
OFFICE ONK DOOR
M'UJTH OF COUUT1IOUF..
Red Cloud. - - - fcek
A st. R JM.R.R. Land.
C. W. SAL27,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
A:7D 22AL STA?S AGENTS.
Will piacticc i all the Court n
this State and Northern Ivana-.
(Elections promptly attended to and
Red Cloud, Xt bra !:t.
Att'ney at Lam
iqjr Will practice in all the Court nf
BLOOM INGTON, NEB.
J-lpicianH and Surjcons.
All medical calls promptly attended
to at all hours.
tfSrOfih'e in City Drug Store.
45-17 Bed Cloui. Nebraska.
Real Estate Agents, &c.
A'. N. RICHARDSON, J. A. TULLEVS
Richardson & Tuileys,
!ISAL 33TATS 2; COL'CTIIIG AQEKTS
Will buy ami sell ileal Kstito on Cnuimis-
'inx, anil ptv fixe? (or non-rei(lents.
Spccisil attention civen to collections. Tor
rctonilence 'oliuited. AM letter of inqairy,
r on nisfliiiA-ji promptly answered.
KKDCL'lUD, - - - - NEB.
T. 7. WS33, Proprietor.
Regular trips will be made between
HASTINGS and RED CLOl'D.
I shall be pleaded to carry pascner
upon the days mentioned, leaving He
Cloud at 0 A M on Mondays. Wed in
davs and Fridays. Leaving Ha.-iina
at ti A. M., on Tuesdays, Thursdays
GEO. KUDER - - - PROP.
Good Beds Good Mais, & Stahh
inff. IT 5m
HASTINGS, AD IMS COUNTY, NEB.
A General Banking Business
MADE A SPECIALTY.
Drafts on Europe bought' and sold.
Agents for several steamship Hoes.
SaBusiness entrusted to as will have
prompt and careful attention:
Reef Cloud Mills!
We are prepared to do cus
Flour peeil and
Corn M?1 op Sale.
Satisfaction en aranreed in
tpiality of flour SOLD, and custom
WORK. Partners -hould be parttcalar
to secure the best of seed wheat.
Potter & Frisbiel
cr i - -.
u: ? S '' s.
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li S. ? "
L a kaa
m m W.
? o a
A?K the rccor-r-
d dsr-pt .
a i.m-iu; ."niirrrrf.
t!-tim of rerrr
.5? an-1 Ajruc thr mrr-
cnrtal lu.iicc pa
tient how iht-j- re-i-ovt-rc-l
he il th.
rli.-.rnl sidrits X
e jd iie ite Ii-'
.'will till ou b
'" y -f 1,11 l. I LULI.4TOM.
The Ciespc::, ?urc:t asd 2er. Faaily
ilsdi:ise iz the World !
For DyrpcifSia. 'intipafi n. .latindicc
r.illiou attack'. Sick lleiid.i'-lit. t'dic l
prcssion of ;pint.', cour tuti.ach. Heart
0 ni. Xc X'.
This unriviil-d Sou'hrn Reuifily i Mar
rant I'd not to contain a Miitrlu particle d
Mt-r ury, or any u-jurioui miiienil .ubrtan-c
containing thc S'oiithrrn Ro'it-and ilcrln.
ohi'liau all- t'rovi .i"i c ba pl.ict-d m
countries whero Live Dii-Hf'tiiu?i prtrv it
It will cure nl l Im-i-i-umii c-I lj Du itnge
tuotit of ih l.irtr nd .!
The rijini't uis of Livr Ooiiipl.iiut an- h
bitter or Im'i Cis'o in ttu in.iiilli; t u.n i it tin
ltjck. fides or J i lilt?, ottcii tuts kcn t--r
Uln.-iitiiuti in ; flur -toiu.ich ; !."? o, Ap-ictit-:;
llowci ultertiat-ly co'tivi- anil lax .
1 if nd. i die: Lo? nt iiiuuory. uli .- piii.i.il
scn.-.iti n ol Ii.imiik l.ii:.- iu m iiii th, tih
hich tibghl to have bo-n done: dolniity ow
spirit.-, a ihik -! I iw api-ctranccot thvk n
an-1 'cs. u dry c uh di n iniit.il en 1-r
Co :r uiiipuon.
6uUiumuu-s many of tht,ijinptoni attend
the disoj.-c. .it iithers vi-ry (iw : but tho Liv
er, the 'arkt'il orirau in the bdy. ir guticruiiy
the i-e.it ni the n--.-i.-c. a d if nut li- utii
in tunc, ureal Miti'criUK, wrctcheduurs uiid
Dcato wilt cnsi-.
t cu rccoiiiinciid .h' ntt effi-jacion remedy
tor UL'cuo of the Liver. Hear burn au-1 Uy
Pep.-lU, SliiMllNA LlVh.lt KKt.CI.ATOt(.
Lewis G. V under,
IGJj .Master Street.
Assistant I'ost Muster. PhiLt-lulphit.
"WenitvetiSkCd its virtues, pcr.-oiially. an-l
know that lor D3pcl i. liliousne, ,iu-l
throbbing lleauacbc it is the bcstincuiciue
the worlii ever saw. We have tried lorty
ulhcr tctncilics before imiiios' L vcr Keg
uiator. but iii-ue of them cave us more thnii
tempi-rary ri-1 id: but thi. Regulator uotMilv
rciiuved. bu curcil us.' t-u. lelt-gr,iph uud
Messeuver. Al.i -on. (i i.
J. H. ZiLiS Ss CO..
MACON, O.V., and t'lllLAtiKLlMIIA
It cont.iHH four medical elements, never
unite-1 in thu s.iinu happy prupnrtioii in any
oilier prep.iration. vu. a f,ci,tle Catnirtic. a
woudcrlul t- inc. mi -incAception.ib.u Alii-r-it
ho and certain i o rcctive olall iiiijuirities
of the oudy. s-nch signal su e-n tia.- atteii
aeU tU ut-c, that it is now rigaroted iia the
For all diseases ot the Liver, Stomach and
As a llcincl) in
MALARIOUS FEVERS, KtiWEL COM
PLAINTS, DYal'El'SlA, MENTAL DK
i'RESSIUN, KKsn,l.S.Ni:s JAUNDICE,
NAUSEA, SICK HEADACHE, COLIC,
CONSTIPATION and EILlnUSNEaS
11' U An NO EQUAli.
C.4 ur. OX.
As there are a numbcrof imitations o(T red
tJ Mc pu-dic. He wuulii cauiiot: the commu
nity to bu no puwdemo. prepjretlaimmoiis
Liver KeKulator. ualiss in our cnsra.ed
wrapper, with the trade mark. iUiap uu
signatuie unbrukci. None other is Ktiiuine.
J. H ZZZM ti CO.,
Mucon. Oa.. and I'hiladelphwi,
Your vnlimbl mcdleinr Simmons'Livir
RcRuUt-ir. h.i save-l me many Dotttr's bil.s
I ue it lor eer thine it is rtco:r.ini-nd:d.
and never knew it to fail, I have u-cd it in
Colic and (Jrubbs. with mj mule and hirie
Kivi g them about halt a Ixittic ht a time. I
nave not lost or.e that I Rave it to. yi.u can
re omtnend it to every one that has s ock tu
bein? the bet me licine known for all com
plain. that horse tlesh is heir to.
18-ly Ascnt for Grander of Ueoncia-
IF YOU WISH THE
Yoa cannot afford to purchase with-!
oat examining the
To try it is to be convinced that it
the machine most to be desired.
If you have nc Agent itryoxyr vicin
ity, write for Circular and terms, to
Victor Sewing Machine Co.,
3S1 Weft Kaiisss Street,
4.wjO AS :
M0WERY & FARRELL
Kp k r?f rr tixxt cOQtrilcIC j
tocc t.f IUO.N. srKKL.
1 K'lW TUtllfH
""(IOU.' I I -lOlllt. I
I1ARDWAKK. ml T!NW.KK
of ny Hou in the M, nl w.U the
rhcai'L .lo !
of ev-ry di cripton cnttK n
ttvrttO in! See The to.
15 tf lt StTTt.
Has the Iarpct DoV' of (iood wet
of i.tneidii on hand, and uier beinc
My stock obn.its of
JVaue', .staple cloth.w
a -necialtv : a!so a well aborted stocV
of Notion- of all kind- cheap. 1 have
.l-o a hirge .-tiK-k of ClothtiiK' very low
in prico, splendid value.
SliliiTSfy DRA WERS
of all kind. My stock of
ami fl la ware are all complete, and
will be .-old very cheap foreah.
Call an 1 examine my .-tool of
BOOTS, SHOES, Hats, Caps,
and all kind- of Furnishing (.lyod.- will
be sold at very low ptlce-.
Call anil e,et price- and be convinced
that this t the place to trade.
N C. Clark ofC.ui le Kock, has for
-ale the be-t We'l-bo'ini: appaiatus
ever u-eil, ooii-itin uf drills, aueer-,
etc. Two men with one of there dulls
cm drill from du to ;() L:i-t iu one day.
tbroui-h the rock of thi' country.
The-e drill- are warranted to be the
New York Artesian Drills. PVtf
HED CLOUD & SMITH CKNTEB
Connecting at Bed Cloud with the
Republican Hiver Stnpe Line.
Three rccnlar trip a week, arriving
and departing from Hod Cloud at the
-ime time the stac,c from the railroad
FARE VERY LOW.
nil. J. 3. BUHSOW, ?rcp.
At Cc Ccntcrn' I J' fl-P. '. ", I he-alwa;3t-rr
t rt tI-i c. 1jtjh
h icrcvi. r czioli.U-i.
A CC x? P C7". ' V ";r. Ttl TJT.K.
LchtRi' r.ia r I 17 It in.T LOCK
TITCri" .(MINL i.4lKI to Uxi
WAJ.Ts f.f S'.Vt ll'tiOli. Tijt HC.WF
GEVI KC: 7 AC ? 1 FJ E v-i Fcrf'r.tl d
sz3 czi tr t a iii tlrct iryntiY-ientni;:-rUaw
t ti u. ito.miM
n uj r:-r-ai. i m,.. ra FH'TCLAH
' ACHlvs.ii si 3ii v;:- co.sr.ucnio.v.
urt:i:i::i ii h-r'r .y 3t! icauiy,
f DOI VC a t-i ;r i.Z', ,: lT:rh'JLixU bcz
'swing "-(-"-. - x. itw :n:u frr-tm
Ui.'ix.f'.s-'- i Cil "2. CrUTXrk i ir-
tlie Slsnx.TMA -i rrt. .'tIUNB the
i:h li3 prri.i r' f ' i -oicin an
3lT Iiimnirc. MHPit; ami afnsttt
SOlSKLESi Ji Cin .JX-3d.-ptei ctVMJ r
7r.Li for t'ocrw or ftsxj TitlllrAlt. COT
TOX.EILZor LINEN, SKtVINO Jroa t.V
't:Utrst 2ZtViln-i to 71frr Ci 3.U-I
ii tas iNTnir,-;ic y.Enn& or u
crerr iJAClll.SE ii ri:y
vTarrantcd for live Tears.
LIVE AGENTS -mti-l ia 1oqIcj tm
srn.1 f z rcr,a.-vl famptea of work done
en tfcc IlOii , or call at sjay of osr ultcrs.
JoHnSo?, Qlarx k Co.,
50 Usisc Eszjits; in T3t
554 Mi hlctffs S'ts Boctm, Hus.
lllUcoad Aw., Pkufei, ?.
141 EUta Slrtst, Cskxio. HI.
" I Pwith 5.a Ftrtst, Et. lot. Jh
17 C Mar-s- y Zu, Sa Tzzzcm; CI.
TTi.1 jtn-t:r)-r 7H3
Crn .h. t.rct .tort in DRWS. MOlC?. pMH.r MKT
iriNi5ri'i.vTS. oil-. i;t.v pcrrv. school km
STATION HV, d-J jo fct everythioc to Uj ftvatl m ftrn
W- d-a! rfU in DHV ;nnn, mi V.. l.OVK vn
tions Ld' c-jfrw. iioura. diiu. -i iiakdivakk.
HUiKS ml FL'BS a pccilty.
'Quick Salei l mall Profits !"
yM IS OCK MOTrO
jrWc will H f it: ?! eh--nr than ny Kvn- t lr V
CH and examine our goodt and pwt. ao 1 be coovioorJ mC hi
DRY GOODS !
KatOlKKIKN, 1UMJTS niul miOFJH.
Jlaff, l'ai?. llari!tar (ntritn-
wart ami CalaHMHarc.
Patent Medicines, Oils,
Wr have thr larrot rtoci in Httrtton and ilrit uttdcrt A
line us a call one and all, ami riamttn' h1 and prtcva
1 vivoHon, !N el).
TO THE PUBLIC !
SLEEPER ot TNKER
having formed a co pattucrhip fir th pirpmn of tn fusing m th
hu-ine-s oi Wami tii.ikin jiid l.iaOk-nuitliWi, arc now prpiJ t
ticcotuHioda'e the public.
5WIUA will be found in Wijjins old shop. Dial cuor .fetprtt
Ail Work Warranted
ri iuaU auh AiU UvuOi
AAA avaViu a S (yuaUciJi GAuu ),acw
Call and See 'Us.
TEQLZZaLZ A1D 2STA2L EZAL2S II?
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, V ATS
Ilitflu-Nt ,a!.li Price lnii! for Mrni.
DILLON & COLE.
Wc keep contant!y on hand
DRY GOODS, HA TS. CAPS. Gi OVK
31 LTTENS, BOOTS SHOES, iC
Afs AGRICULTURAL IHfiPLEHENTS, &c, 4tc
Call and wre a. cH vetr
TlIHr ACE MFALmiS FOTiR
to Give Satisfaction.
k, to w (3x4ioahw
a Iirjjc aort turnt of
low for cih, arxl lu, Qath lot
J CTNI ATA. NKBKAS fv.
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