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THE REO CLOUD CHIEF.
Ji. L. THOMAS, -
THURSDAY ' Jan. 25th, 1877
One copy 1 year, $2.00
One copy C months, 1. 00
One copy 3 " 50
"orrwr n-lence solicited from all parU o
thr County and Htate, on waiters of gtnera
A. S. Padd -clc. Beatrice. U. S. Senator.
W. Hitchcock. Oiuaba, U. 8. Senator.
Lorenzo Crounse. Representative.
SILAS OARBKIt. Oovornor. Lincoln.
Hr-inoTischuck. See. of State.
J. M Weston. Lincoln, Auditor.
J.C. McKride. Treasurer.
. H. Roberti, Atty tJens
J . 31. McKenzie. Lineoln. Sap. Pab. Instruc.
Jo. H. Like. Omaha. Chief Jistice.
Din'IOaritt. Nebraska City.) ... - , .
HauTJ Maxwell. Pl-temouth A"oc,al JaB-
s Covntr Surveyor
J. A. Tulleyi,
E. !F. Jones.
H. C. mil.
A. A. Pape.
C. C. Coon.
W. B. Thorn,
5. W. IUI1. )
T.. II. Luce, r
J. II. IlobarU I
The people of Webster county, and
especially Keil Cloud appear to be
wholly indifferent to their inteie?t as
far a.s railroad matters are coucerned
"Wc aie surprised at this. Why should
pe p!e be so negligent of matter, of
fcuch vital importance to them. Two
railroad companies are contemplating
the extension of lines pointing in this
diicction. The U. 1. are buildings
road from Omaha southwest, and will
strike the Republican somewhere, and
why not here. It has now become a
titled fact that the B. & M. Com
pany will build a branch road from
Huntings to the Republican valley.
They probably have no intention of
crossing the river. Wc think it very
important that the people of this part
of the couuty should make an effort to
ecure the terminus of this branch
mad at this point. It would be of
great benefit to the town, as in the
event of a road up the Valley, (which
io .sure to come aotracT or later) this
would be the junction of the two roads,
and consequently would be the most
i nportant point in the valley. Why
hhould we be destitute of common am
bition aod public enterprise ? If we
do not work for our-elvc, no one will
work for us ; and if we stand idly by
and allow other towns to outstrip us
in till matters of importance, and se
ctre the benefits to bo derived from
railroad facilities, we h ive no one to
blame but ourselves. We believe, as
we have stated beforo, that the people
of Webster county are ready to vote
bouds to the full extent of the law in
order to secure a railroad. Ten per
ceut. of the assessed valuation of the
property of the couuty would amount
to, perhaps $45,01)0 or more. Now if
this amount of bonds were voted by
the pcoplo of the county and offered
as an inducement to the first company
who woulii complete a railroad through
Webster county, to lied Cloud, it
would not, we will venture to say, be
more than ten months until the snort
of the iron horse would be heard in
We woihl suggest that the people
wake up to their interests, let a meet
ing bo called at once, and let the entire
euunfy be represented, and have a
voice in this matter. We invite a dis
cussion of this sublet through the
columns of the Chief.
THE SENATORIAL CONTEST.
The great political contest of the
reason is ended. Gov. Sauxders was
elected U. S. Senator as the successor
of Hon. P. W. Hitchcock on the third
b -.Hot of the joint convention of the
two branches of the legislature, Thurs
day last. I'he election was effected
sooner than was generally expected.
It was not anticipated that the va
rious parties opposed to the re-election
of Senator Hitchcock would be able so
soon to unite their forces if they could
mite them at all The friends of the
Senior Senator were quite confident
that by union of effort and superior
tactics, which they undoubtedly pos
sessed, the division in the anti-Hitchcock
camp might be worked to their
On the first ballot there were some
twenty candidates in the field. Hitch
cock leading. Briggs next. Saunders
and Crounso following closely in the
rear. In the first joint session, the
condition was nearly unchanged.
During the evening of Wednesday,
the 11th inst, the antis act in caucus
as they bad dons during the preceding
weeks. There was at the outset a
strong feeling displayed that the time
for union had come. Rumors that
Hitchcock was affecting a combination
with the democrats, were circulated,
and it was even reported that Judge
Wakely had a letter from? Tildeu urg
ing the democrats" to- support Hitch-
The supporters of Hitchcock contin
ually expressed thtir confidence-in the
disorgaoixatioa .f his .opponents.
These circumstances cambined to
eftuse the aids to unite en acendidate
for the followinir day. After stmal
iftfornai ballots Gov. Saunders roeek
rd two-thirds of the votes oftheanti.
when the rest ex pressed their willing
net to support htm.
On Thursday, thctcfore, the inti
presented a solid front giving Siuu
ders forty-five vote-, a clear majority
of the Republican. Hitchcock re
ceived thirty-fix vote, three Iude
pendents givipgiinTTTiicir votes. The
democrats voted folid for Judge Sav
age. After the first ballot the conven
tion took a rece until four o'clock.
The most Mrenous and untiring efforts
weie put forth in the mcanwnile by
the friends of Saurniers and Hitchcock.
But there seemed to be no real con
quests made by either party, when the
convention again apttembled. Perhaps
it is fair to assume that a majority of
the lie publicans did not expect the
ballot to be decisive. At the very out-s-t
those who had been recognized a
Hitchcock's strongest supporters arose
in their places and voted for Saunders.
Immediately there endued a genera!
etamoedeof the Hitchcock forces, all
save two voting fur Saunders, and
those two subsequently changed their
votes. Saunders received 8S votes,
Savage 2.5. The excitement in the
hail was intense, but !uipre?;d. Out
tide the air rung with the shouts of
the Iebby and visitors. Hitchcock was
beaten. Notwithstanding the cor
rupting influences cf promises and po
shions, notwithstanding the impor
tunate Dressure of the immense array
of Federal appointees. The principle
of purity and honesty had triumphed.
The Civil service is to be purged of its
scoundrels. Nebraska has elected a
Seuator who will assist President
Hayes to carry out the principles en
unciated in his letter of acceptance,
that merit aud merit only shall guide
in the appointment of men to office.
The next U. S. Senator, Gov. Alvin
Saunders had the adrantage of pos
sessing the most attractive and com
manding figure of the various candi
dates for the high office of U. S. Sen
ator. Tall and portly, he has a
countenance indicative of the most
geut'ine kindliness and good nature.
In legal ability he is perhaps the in
ferior of both Briggs and Ctountie. In
politic i craft he is inferior to Hitch
cock. In the posession of a full, cam
plete and winning manliness. He is
the superior of all. He is likewise
their superior in oratory, aud Nebras
ka will no longer be voiceless in the
halls of Congress.
Gov. Saucders is an old republican,
as well as an old Ncbraskan. In 1SGJ
he received from Abraham Lincoln
the appoiutment of Governor cf the
territoiy of Nebraska.
He was a prominent candidate for
U. S. Senator in 186(3, but was defeat
ed by Gen. Thiyer. In 1872, he uni
ted with P. W. Hitchcock, and Jno.
I. Redick to defeat Thayer. He was
successful in defeating Thayer, but
the election fell upon Hitchcock. The
fact that Hitchcock and Saunders had
worked together in 1872, may explain
the fact that when Hitchcock saw that
he was unable to make it for himself,
he was willing to assist his old co-ad-jutor
Somewhat removed from direct con
tact with the political centres of the
State, the pcoble of tLis county have
been, perhaps, somewhat indiiierent
about the contest. Yet we believe
that they are all ready to rejoice in the
triumph of principle, of honesty a. d
purity in politics. Whose namos, at
least, are still potent facts with the
people of Nebraska.
the pens of our fathers, it a thing of
the past. We do not often now find
a hog who wi'l escape from his pen if;
a bingl h')u!d bppen to be di-IuJj;ed j
from the roof; but noth:n? approach- (
in to excellence in tht matter of gen i
era! stock, van yet be found oauide of
th? pea-S'of toe dc-m! breed t, and it
i- necessary that closer attention be
given to this matter by fanner. It
is a well established fact, that in the
matter of hog, the amc amount of
food administered to a healthy animal
of high breeding will produ: from 33
to 50 per cent mreand better flejb,
than if fed to a !crub, even if be
hould be hrabby. The simple theory
of all this is the way to get from 50
to 75 cents per bushel ft r our corn.
When thit U accomplished we will be,
erect and independent.
Within a fiw months pas', four of
the richet men in the country have
died Ator, Vanderbilt and Stewart
of New York, and Hemenway of Hot-ton.
H VSISESS DIRECTOR T
Attorneys at Law.
Black H ills editors Use gold nuggets
for paper weight.
What h33 taken poseion of San
Francisco. They are praying for the
As will be seen by the following the
"oiipleasantnesa" in Mexico will soon
be brought to a clo-e. Peace will
probably reign supreme in that be
nighted country for twenty-four hours
If the Brownsville reports be true,
General Diaz will soon be master of
Mexico. The army that gathered
about Iglesias in Guanajuato after a
battle surrcndeied too Martinez in the
interest of Diaz. General Qiiroga, a
buppotter ofLcrdo, surrendered his.
arm of 5.000 at an earlier date to Gen
eral Trevino' of old frontier memorv.
Quiroga must have been a man of in
flueuce, as he was t-hot on the 12th
inst Thetc is trouble io the rich
State of Souora, but we are informed
from San Francisco that the majority
f the people support Mariscal, who
is friendly to Lerdo. The telegraph
from Matamoras to the interior has
been repaired, and it should be re
membered that it is in the bauds of
the adherents of Diaz.
J. S. Grilhain.
Att'y at Law,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
9cf Collections promptly attested to.
Oflce ii J. X. Wmx. lei ClMi .
I. R. Wllleox
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will Practice in all the Co art of the
J8T Collection Prossptly Attended to
OFFICE OMK DOOIt
OlITH OF BAUM'S iTOM
Retf ClMtf. Nfk.
Act. BM. R. R. Uad.
State Horticultural Society.
Liucoln, Neb., Jan. 13th, 1S77.
'The winter meeting of the Nebras
ka State Horticultural Society adjourn
ed to meet again a: Lincoln, February
7th, 1877, at 2o'clock. This meeting
will be devoted to discussions of frui t
best adapted to our soil and cltuatc ;
iusects and other ills detrimental to
fruit culture ; the bird question ; soils
and other characteristics most favora
ble to fruit culture ; fruit and forest
tree and hedge planting, and other
kindred subjects that may suggest
themselves. Also to reception and
reading reports from couutics, and a
revision of our fruit list. It is hoped
there will be a geueral attendance, and
full reports from counties,."
Daniel H. Wheeler,
Sec'y Neb. State HorticuJt'l Society.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Ain SEAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Will practice in all the Courts in
this State aud Northern Kansas.
Colections promptly attended to and
lied Cloud, Xebratka.
Att'ney at Law
Will practice in all the Courtt of
J)l55icians and jSurgcons.
All medical calls promptly attended
to at all hours.
SyOfficc in City Drug Store.
15-17 Bed Cloud. Nebraska.
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OWERY 4 FARRELL.
K-ep the Urxr arf ot complete
toe of IRON, STKKL,
WAGON TIM UKR.
j I1ARDWARK. od TINWARE
of any boa in the wct, aod e!l fbe
' cbt !. A lo
of every description cootntlr oa
sGo an4 Se Them.
1 Csb J
NOTES FROM HICK'S CREEK.
The Chief comes a welcome visitor
to our fireside.
improvements are progressing slow
ly but surely with us. Mr. Munger
has a good frame house and 90 acres
of land under cultivation-. Mr. Camp
bell broke 20 acres on his homestead
last year. He was one of the first set
tlers in this part of the couuty. Mr.
Beauchamp farms 100 acres and own.-,
40 head of cattle. He will herd his
cattle and those of his neighbors, the
coming summer. Mr. Waggoner is
pursuing the even tenor of his ways,
and farmed about 80 acres of land last
We have- a good school in our dis
triot, taught by Miss Noble. The
present term will expire in about a
month. louts, etc.,
The followiag- cHpped from the
Nebraska Farmer we think will be of
interest to the readers of the Cuiar,
who are corn growers and pork produ
cers. The Hog is destined to play so im
portant a put in. the-future this coua
try, that he must be looked after.
The question of success or failure with
the Nebraska farmer will best be an
swered by the discovery how to make
the most weight of pork with the least
weight of corn, and tlwn we have it.
The substance of that discovery to
breed our hogs up to the nighes stan
dard of excelence possible ; and it is
becoming a thing so easy to be accom
plished now, that their can be no ex
cuse for ignoring it. Hhzh bred stoek
can now be obtained at a comparative
ly smalt cost. The sjumber of breed
era of fine stock is rapidly increasing
and even in our new state,, they are well
represented. In Iowa thy are numer
ous and easily accessible;, and if the ex
pense would fall rather, heavily upon
one farmer, it would be trifling upon
a club of taree or four, and the same
ends woM be subserved. The lan-
tern-Fawei, rangy, and cluabmg prair-
MARK TriESE FACTS.
The Testimony of the Whole World.
"I bawl bo appetite; llolluwuy's Pills save
me a hearty ou."
"Your Pills arc irrarTcllous."
"1 send tor another buz. untl keep them in
the house "
"Dr. 11 llowny has oared my headache
that was chronic."
I gave one of y ur Tills to my bnbe for
cholera morbus. The dear litil : thing got
well in a day."
"Aly ununea of a morning i now cured."
"Your box of ttolloway's Ointment cured
iu ot noL-aj in tliu lurid. I rubbed some ot
your ointui.-ut behind the ears and the noise
"send me two boxes; I want one for a poor
1 enclose a dollar, your price ix 25 cents,
but the uvdicine to me is worth a dollar-"
I hav over 20J such teitimwri-ils a these
bu.. want of ypace compels tuo to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And till eruptions of the skin, this Ointment
is most i valuable. It docs not ha exter
nally alone, but penetratas with tke most
searcuurr effects to the very rouloftbe evil
InvwUtay cure the following diseases
LisorJer of the Sidneys.
In all diseases-affecting these organswheth
er they secrete too much or too little-water ;
or whether they be afflicted with stone or
gravel, or with aches an I pains rattled in
th loins over the regions of the kidneys,
these pills should be taken according to the
iri.itcd directions, and the Ointment should
be vrtl rubbed int the small ot the back at
bed tims. This trr&inutnt will viva nlmmi
'immediate relief when all other means have
for Stamftefes Out of Order.
No medicine wi.l so effcctuM!- improve
the tone of the stomach as Uiese Pkh tby
remove all acidity occasionea either by fn
temperaoee or improper diet
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS ar the best knewa
ithe world for the lollnwing uiseases: Ague
Acta iv Bilwat Couiplaints. Blotches on
the Skin, Bowels. Cossump ion. Debility.
Dropsy. Dysentery. Erysipelas, Female Ir
regularities. Fevers of all kinds. Fits iJout.
Headache. Indigestion. In&mation, Sore
5ktfots. Stone aod. Gravel. Wms ot ail
kinds. Weakness frooa any cause-, eic,
None are genuine nnlfM the signature of
J. llATCk, as agent fr the United States,
surrounds each box of I ills-,, and ointment
A band om reward will be given to anyone
ren lering such information as may lead to
th detect ioaiol any party orpar iescoun er
feiting the medicines ov vending the raine.
knowing them to b spurious.
'Sold at the manufactory of Profiesor
Hollo Wat fc Co.. New Yor '. and by ail re
spectable droggists and dealers in medicio
throughout the civilixcd world, in oxes at
25 eenti, 61 e nts and SI. each
Mir Therr is considerable savi-g, by taking
tse larger sixes.
r.ll UiricUons for the gu'naiwecf pa
tients in every disorder are atlrxed to ea.h
Office, 112 Litertj Street, 27. Y.
Real Estate Agents, &c.
W. S. RICHARDSON, J. A. TULLKYH
Richardson & Tulleys,
SSAL ESTATE & COUCTOTS AGENTS
Will buy and sell Real Ert'te cm Cftmuiis-
moh. and pay tnsw for non-residents.
Special attention iciven to collections. Cor
reondence "olicited. AH letters of inquiry,
ir on bunines promjtly answered.
KKD CLOUD, - - - - NEB.
T. T. EB3, Pro?ri:tor.
Regular trips will be made between
HASTIN6S and RED CLOUD.
I shall be pleased to carry passenper
upon the days mentioned, leaving He
Cloud at 6 A M on Mondays. Wedne
davs and Fridays. Leaving Hastings
at ft A. M., 3n Tuesdays, Thursdays
ASK the recov
er, d ditpepii .
victim tf Fever
and Agae ihe mer
curial diJMep pa
tient hove ihrj rr
good tppvtite thry
vrill tell ou by
t ki:g Mmni''
L)VCh : KliL'LAtOK.
GEO. KUDER - - - PROP.
Good Beds Good Meals,
HASTING Aa4M8COC.Trrr NlsV
A General Banking Business
Cristadoro's Hair Dye is the Safest
and Best r it acts instantabeouslv,
producing the most natural shades ot
Black or Brown, p does Not Stain the
Sain and is easily applied. It is a
standard preparations aod a- favorite
trpn every well-appointed? Toilet fo
Lady or Gentlemen Sold' by Drug
ie rooter, the universal oocapant of P.0i3jvl53r. SvwXois-
TADE A SPECIALTY.
Drafts on Eorepe boaght ad sold.
Agents for several tteaaniif liaea.
QT Businese eatrmrtfrj to s will hare
prompt and carefwl atteatioft.
Red Cloud Mill's !
We are prepared to tom-toaMwarJ
The Cheapest, Forest and Scst Faailj
Kedicine in the World !
For Dypeisia. (otiptt'D. Jaundicr.
lilliou attacks. Sick iloiiiJarhi, 0lic. Ue
pretsion of ajunt. four Motuach. Heart
burn. A'c. &:
This unrival-d Southern Remedy i wr
rauted not to contain n single particle of
Mcr ury, or any injurtouK mineral ubtancc
containing thore Southern Routs and Herb,
which au aliw rrnvioen c hi, placed in
countries where Liver UiteArtt nnt prcv-il
It will cureull I).sc.ic5 c.iu ed by Le-auice-
ment ol the l.ircr rfiid Iiuwcm,
The Sy!!ip:.jnif of Lncr Complaint area
bitter or bad tuMc in the mouth: 1 am in the
Hack. Sidoiior J tints, olten muutketi lor
Kttcumatwm : Sour Stomach ; Lojm ot ap
petite; Dowel- altertat ly costive anI lax:
Headache; Lot's ot memory, with a pxintul
sensation ot having t.ule i to do r.iometbmg
hich ought to have been done: dobiiu ow
spirit, a thick jellow appearance of theskiu
and cje. a dry c utfli oil n mi;taVeu for
,iue:nut.s many oftljtyr.Txnptomc attend
the disci., at others very few ; but the Liv
er, the larei organ iu the body, it generally
the seat of ttiedi.-eise. a d if not Kegula cd
in time, great fullering, wretchedness and
Death will ennue.
1 cau recommend a au cflicacious remedy
for disease ot the Liver, Hear. burn and D
pvpjia, jiMMiisa' livkm hkuVLajo.
Lkwis G. W under,
W" Mwtci Street.
Aisistnnt Tost Miuter. Philadelphia.
"W'e u ve tcs.ed its virtues, percoaally. and
know that tor Djrpep it, biIlou-ne, and
Throbbing Headache, it is the best uicUit-ui
the world ever saw. We have tried lorty
omer remcuies teiore Mmraoti Liver reg
ulator, bur. none of them gave us more than
temvorary rtl ef: but the Regulator not only
rehwk-ed. bu cured us.' -hu. Telegraph and
Messenger. .Ma.-on. ( i.
J. H. ZLIt7 it CO.,
MACON, OA., and I'IIILaDKU'IIIA
It contains four mcdiral elements, never
united in the same happ proportion in any
other preparation, viz: a (.entle Cathartic, a
wonderful tonic, au ineiceptionabie Alter
ative and certain Lo. recti ve otall impurities
of the body, ""lu-h 5ikuI ?ucce tw aUn
ded lb Use, that it le now regarded as the
For all ducues of the Liver, Stomach and
As a Keuiedy io
MALARIOUS KKVfclW, IlttWKL COM
I'LAINTS, DVSI,K,SIA, MK.NTAL DK
1'KKS.SION, KKSTLkS.NEiS, JAUNiUCK,
NAUSKA, SICK IIKADAtHK, COLIC,
CONSTIPATION and MLIOL'aNKSS
IT HAS NO KQUAL.
As there are a number of imitations onVred
to the puolic. we would caution the commu
nity to buv no-powdersor prepared Snuino'is
Liver Kegutetor. ualts in our engraved
wrapper, with the trade nark, UuipaoJ
signature unbrokcu, None other is genuta.
Macon, -a and I'hilaileli.hii,
Toar valuable medicine Simmons' Livrr
Regulator, has saved me many Doctor' bil t
I ue it toreverytning it u recommrnded.
and never knew it to tail. I have used it in
Colic and Uruhbs. with wj mule' a ad hnrsrs
givi. gthew about hall a bottle -t a time. I
have not lot one that 1 gave it to. yuu can
re omraend it to every one that has s ock as
being the best tnelicine known for all com
plaints that horse flesh u bcir to.
18-ly Agent for Grangers of (leorgia.
Has the largest tock of Goods wot
of Lincoln ,tti hanvl, and more bcitif
My stock cooi.-ta of
Iucj ntnple clot h
a specialty ; also a well assorted siock
of Notion of all kind. cheap. I have
jo a larse stock of Cothiui; very low
iu price, !plcudid value.
SHIItTSty URA WERS
of all kinds. My stock of
and fJlaware are all complete, and
wtil be o!d veri chfap forcah.
Call and ezauiiue ui)1-stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, Hats, Caps,
and all kinds of Furtii-dilnjr. Good-, will
be sold at very low price.-,.
Call and get pricjH rod be convinced
that ibis is the place to trade.
r.H. th. Lr-r Kk ' VMM. fHO!rKKMin
ICINKS 1'AIST.OIU". GLS,. I'Um . stNIOOI. H
STATION KV.an.Jw fact rrrrytbio? tote firnn! m h
Wr d-alVrlr m MlY SOni. 5I WLA JMIW
TIONS. Ud - VAr r HChlT. allll
HinKS ad Ft'RS a -spcctkltr.
i ii u:
4 Ouick Salei t mtill Profits !"
is oi-r Mono
fOU'c will ""h r'i r"! rb"-'"'' tUin iv rntj'' n I
Cn aud rxaaimc our tKl and r.ricr ac I be two-urn! .f
tjiiU amS tPrniiiiiiiu
DRY GOODS !
GROCKKIIIN, HOOTS niul HOKs
Patent Medicines, Oils. Paints
We hare the larnrct foci in KivrrU'n, and will not 1 u i
Give u. a call utM au all, abd rmniur .-hh1 and tkv
N. C. Clark of (,'uide Rook, ha. for
sale the bent Well-boin apparatus
ever u-cd, conistiiii of drHt auer",
etc. Two men with one of thce drilN
can drill from ID to .U fet in one day,
throuj-h the rock of t hit country.
Thc.e drills are warranted to be the
New York Artesian Prills. 4-tf
TO THE PUBLIC
liMvini; fortn.-.l i oo paftti'r.lii for tb piirto of rri-.-jr n
busifit'.N of Wacoti iimIiii: ati-1 niuOkiuaithliirf, arc now, i i t
acvouituiHlatf the public.
IRA will bo found in WijrKtn old jbp Itcl or
All Work Warranted to Give Satisfaction
itU AUH AX.U Ulnii
RED CLOUD & SMITH CENTER
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican River Stage Line.
Three regular tripN a week, arriving
and departing from Ited Cloud at the
atnc time the stage froan the railroad
FARE VERY LOW.
all. J. B. ST722CT, Prop.
loA iWoAli v .Uv Q3v'ttL'i, (i,HaUfl
Call and S-ue U:
Li tun J
IF YOU WISH THE
1 Host Noisless
01 W t lLAgi
"m HT jalSsflflSaLLLaLtissssssiiiBLlBl "
CHAS. R. JUNKS,
WHOLSSaLT AliD BITAK. SSAL2S IS
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. hATS
CAPS, Tinware. Queenaware
UlKhnt h Price Iitl for CWrnfn.
C-rn Nel far Sale.
10 SatiafiictioD guaranteed in
a)awity of flour sold, and er-fsoa
work. Farmers rhould be particvlar
to acewra tkrfcest of seed wheat.
Potter & Friable'
Yoa cannot afford to parthaK with
out examioiag the
To try it is to be conrioccd that it is
the macaiae aaot tu be desired.
If yoa have no Agent ra your Ticin
iryr write for Circular and rerais, to
Victor Sewiig ffacifme Cr,
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cars since bv tv a ai! oft'.'! ttr KVntivr
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ITarnntcd for Five Years.
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DRY GOODS, FIATS. CAPS. (Ji ()VI.
MI1TEXS, KOO'IS SIIOKK, &C
Afso AGRICULTURAL IMPLEIENTS, 4c, 4r-
Call and ec n. Wc xrll rery (ow for crib, and 'ay Cntj r
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