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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
J. L. THOMAS, - - - Epn or.
THURSDAY March 22 f 1877
One copy 1 year, $2.00
One copy 6 months, 1.00
IJnc copy o ... ..u
'orrefpori'Ienro solicited from all parts o
the County anil State, on matters of gvnera'
A. S. Paddock. Beatrice. U. S. Senater.
W. Hitchcock. Owaba, U. S. Senator.
Lorenzo Crounse.. Representative.
8ILASOARBKK. Governor. Lincoln
Bruno Tzscliuck. flea.of State.
J.B Weston. L'moola, Auditor.
J.C. McBride. ., Trer.surer.
(loo. H. Itobert. n Att'y Uen.
Geo. B. Like Omaha.
I)an'IUntt.."eorjt8Kauy. r AMociate J ns.
K. II. Jonei.
II. C. Bill.
A. A. Pope,
C. C Coon.
W B. Thorn,
O. W. Ball. )
Is. II. Luce,
J. II. Hobart. I
One of Senator Hitchcock's fast acts
hi the Senate was- (o jct the appropri
ation for heeds for the grasshopper
mictions of the country increased from
$10,000 to $25,000. This act of the
retiring Senitor will be appreciated by
the citizens of Nebraska.
Jut now the extension of the Oma
ha and Republican Valley railroad i
the great bone of contention between
rival western counties, and delegations
from those sections are daily arriving
here to consult with General Superin
tendent Clark, of the Union PaciGo.
Tuesday, Hamilton delegation were
here, aud to-day there were about for
ty men here from I 'oik for the same
purpose. Lincoln Journal.
To the caMin observer there is noth
ing, perhaps, in the above to create
any interest, or arouse any suspicion.
To us it is of import, and suggests
very forcibly the necessity of immedi
ate and concerted action on the part
ef the pcop'e of Webster county, if we
expect to secure the Omaha and lie
publican Vallej' railroad. Other coun
ties aie uing their best cfFor s to-secure
the road, and if Webster county
has any desires in this direction, we
should let it be known. If attar coua
ties can send delegations to confer with
the superintendent of suid road, why
cannot we? Let u- move in ;uia ma:
ter at once.
Railroad War and Prosper"? ofNew Boais.
The Union Pacific and the Hurling
ton and Missouri are now prrparirg
for war in earnest anil the people of"
Nebraska have reason to rpice. Jay
Gould has obtained possession of the
C. & N. W. a d the C. R. I. and l
line?, and will doubtless push new
lines of road into Nebraska to compete
with the R. & M. It is confidently
reported that a branch will be built
fi mil Sidney to the Black Hills and
the line from Omaha completed to
Lincoln and from there down thiough
Gage county to Beatrice and theu ex
tended out on the ReDB&fican valley
to Denver. This will suit the people
oi Gage and Jefferson ooonties. The
South Platte country is not owned by
the B. & M. and the people are in fa
vor of a competing line. We are in
formed that Mr. S. H. Clark, Presi
dent of the Omaha and Republican,
v illoy R. R. has written a Tetter in
which he asserts that the road will be
built into the Republican valley with
out delay if theie is a proper co-operation
on the part of the people. Let
the war go on, the people will co
operate. Beatrice Ecprexs.
A Texas editor gives some figures of
a statistical memorandum of his every
day life, and we reproduce them- for
the benefit of that class of people who
think that the pathway of an editor,
especially a local editor, is covered
with roses, and that they have noth
ing to disturb their slumbers, no care
to bieak the silent flow of their life's
gentle river. Here they are :
Been Asked to drink 11,399
uhide....... ................. ...... j l 399
Requoted to retract........... 416
Didn't retract .M 416
Invited to parties and receptions
by parties fibbing for puffs... 3,333
Took the hint 33
Didn't take the hint v 3,300
Threatened to be whipped 174
Whipped the other fellow
Didn't come to time
Been promised whiskey, gin, etc..
11 ne would go after them... 5,6M)
Been after them m 5,000-
Been asfced what's the. news... 300,000
Lied about it
Ben to chureh
Expected to change itill
Gave to charity ,
Gave or a terrier dog
Gash on band
Be it (netted by thr Legislature of the
State of Nebraska :
Section 1. That the property of the
husband shall not be lir.blc for any
debts contracted by the wife before
Be ii enacted etc.,
Section J. That the Bterd' of Coun-
-ly Com niiasi oners of the several eoun-
tic of th"8tate may appropriate to
the county general lund ay wun'y
finkinj: fund in the County Trea-ut
not levied fur tho payment of any
bonded indebtcdoe-.s; aUo any county
money from whatever rouice, except
ing moneys levied fur school purpose
that remain on hund in the county
treaMiry, and are no longer required
for the purpose for which the tame
AN ACT XO PROHIBIT CODNTT OFFI
CERS 1KOM fc.NTKUIJ J.M10 ANY CON
TRACT EXECUTED BY THE COUNTY
Be it enacted, etc,
Section 1. So county officer hall
in any mariner, either directly or in
directly, be interested in or receive
the benefit of any contract executed I y
the county fur the lurni-hsng of sup
plies, or fur any material u-ed by said
county, in any fotui whatsoever, or
any other purpo.-e.
Sec. 2. Any county officer vijlatinf
the provisiut.B of this act s'tall be
deemed guilty jf a uiisdemeauur, and
upon conviction thereof shall be fined
in any sum nut less lhau 50 nor mote
than 100 dollars
An Act to prohibit the killino
Be it enactol, etc.,
Sec. I. That from and after the
first day of Jane, A. D. 1877, it shall
be unlawful fur any person to take
wound, or kill, any insectivorous, car
nivoious, or any other bird, within
ibis State, at any season of tho year;
or to take or destroy any birds' eggs,
or nest, at any time. Provided, that
the months of October, November,
and December, in each year shall be
open to- shooting wild grouse, and wild
turkeys, with the common shoulder
gun; Provided, also, that this act
shall not apply to water fowls.
Sec. 2. Any person violating the
provisions of section one of this act,
shall be deemed guilty of a Biiede
meanor, and trpoo conviction thereof
in any court having jurisdiction, stall
be fi'jed in any sum not less- tban five
nor more than fifteen do!'a for each
aud every bird taken, wounded, or
killed, and for every bird'aegg, or nest
taken or destroyed; such fine when
collected, to be paid into the county
treasury for the benefit of the chool:
and the person so convicted shall be
committed to the common jail of the
county, uutil such fine and cost are
Sec. 3. The haying jn pos-e&ion any
bird recently killed, shillbe deemed
and taken as prima Jacic evidence that
the same were killed by the person or
persons having in iossession the same
An AcrTO prevent the fraudu
lent TRANSFER OF PERSONAL
PC O PERT Y.
Be it enacted, etc .
Section 1. That no sale, contract or
lease, wherein the transfer of title or
ownership uf personal property is made
to depend upon any condition, shall
be valid against any purchaser or
judgment creditor of the vendee or
lessee, in actual possession obtained in
pursuance of such sale, contract ov
lease, without notice unless the same
be in writing, signed by the vendee or
lessee, a copy thereof filed in the office
uf the clerk of the county within which
such vendee or lessee resides," said copy
shall have attached thereto an affida
vit of such vendor or leasur, or his
agent or attorney, which shall set forth
tho names of the vendor and Vjndee,
or leasor aud lessee, a di sorption of
the property transferred a the full
and true interest of the vendor or leas
or therein All such sales aud trans
fers shall not remain valid against pur
chasers in good faith, or judgment or
attac'.ing creditors without notice for
a longer period than one year, unless
such vendor or feasor, shall within
thirty days prior to- the expiration of
oue year from the date of men sale or
transfer, file a copy thereof, venfie 1 as
aforesaid, in the office-of saitlclerk and
the said vendor or leasor may preserve
the validity of his said sale or tran-fer
of personal property by an annual re
filiug in manner aforesaid of such copy.
Sec. 2. The county clerk on presen
tation shall file such copy in his office,
index, tho same in a book to be provi
ded for that purpose, in the same
manner a mortgages are required to
be indexed, and he shall receive there
for a fee of twenty five cents.
Sec. 3. All acts and-parts of acts in
conflict with this act are hereby re
pealed. OUB C0UKT3Y.
On the bottom lands along the I ank s
of the Rapublican river the whole soil
to the depth of twenty feet is an allu
vial deposit from flowing waters, rich
in the vegetable matter and limestone
marl which enter iufo tho composition
and growth of both corn and wheat.
Thus the success of the staple pro
duets of the western farm ensured to
the-tillsr forever without tte costly
niaaures to which the thriving eastern
firmer in the granite countries is com
pelled to resort ; and as these impor
tant elements of the plowmaa's gJebe
are produced by existing causes from,
which additional supplies are at haad
in the rank vegetation of onaistA
nature aud the ceaseless drip of the
limestone ledges, it k appa;eut that
no uses of agriculture can exhaust the
soil. The land is first plowed in May
or June to secure quick decay . of the
wildsod. A; many as forty or fifty
bushels of sod corn are rai-ed the first
year without culture. On the aecoo 1
year one's land produces as well as the
best oM farms ; and there 'is neither
stump, uo stone to annoy tho plow
man. Spring wheat avesaca 30 bash
els to th aere. Nebraska fruits axe
imu 10 inoso or me racinc coast. I
ITV co-t only the mowinr, -i Ihs
natural nuirage isuritUTpaHOJ. Hyc
. - arwi oaI- Ho wi-II. The new and
i - . . .. , - ,.
cheap farms of the HcpuK i-an valley
hui!i-tradrr look a. well a the rich
1-uidH of the Tennessee liotMowooun
try ; ard no one cn-ne along to collect
rcn . -R-p City A'tr.
Tl e annua! UKeting of cah chool
district tii ust be ktld 00 the 3r.-t .Mon
day of April.
A the new edition of the. school law
cannot be furnished to the director- in
time for this meeting, and a.s some
braids are without copies. I desire to
make suggestions through the prce-s of
tho .state, in regard to the business :o
he done at the annual meeting :
1. Tue' director umt give written or
printed notic ' of the annual meeting
at least fifteen dava before, Mating day,
hour and pbee of meeting. (See tec.
21, school Uws )
2 The directur must take the ecu-mi-
wifnin ten days before the first
Monday in AprM. If the director is
autent or uuutil?, the moii-iator or
trea-uter ui'is din The Lvn-u-ru
be legally taken 0.17 at thi time. (So
sec. 46 of school Uw )
THE ANNUAL MEETING
whin a-sembled should pursue the f
lowing urder of business unless special
circumstances render some other more
1. The director's report shonld be
read foJ the infjrmation of the meet
ing. It should embody :
(1 ) A summary of all La iuess
transacted by the district or the board
duriug the past year.
(2.1 The aumber of mills of tax lev
ied by the district at the lust annual
meeting, also the number of mills lev
ied by the couuty commi-siunurs to
pay bonds, or tol other purposes cou-
l nected with the schools.
(3.) Any other items which will be
uf use to tho district in arranging bu
iue-s for the next year.
2. The treasurer's report should be
read : it hould contain :
(1 ) An itemised statement of all
moneys received by him during the
year, and for what paid.
(3.) A statement showing money on
(4.) The total amount of district indebtedness,-
and when each part of it
After t hi report is read the treasur
er should present his vouchers for
money paid, and settle with the Board
The full details of this settlement
should be uoted ou the directors' rec
ord, for future reference.
The meeting should next determine
the number of months school shall be
kept in the ensuiug year. (See sec. 33
of school iaw )
The director should then present his
estimate of the expenses ueccsary to
be incurred the cusuing year, includ
1 . For teachers' wages.
2. Fuel and contingencies.
. Repairs on school house.
4. Additions to furniture.
5. Payment of officers' salaries.
G. Any other Ivwful purpose.
7. Estimate of number of mills ou
the dollar necessary to be levied to
cover each of these several amounts,
f and the total number. (See see. 50 of
This tax, when voted, must be re
ported to the county clerk of the coun
ty,. between the first aud third Mondays-of
June. (See sec. 55 of school
This report must be made by the
Board, aud signed officially.
The director should make his report
to the county superintendent within
ten days after the annual meeting. If
the county superintendent has not fu:
nitfhed the director with a blank for
this report,- one can- be had by writing
for it to the county superintendent.
Directors will observe that the an
nual district report Li much less com
plicated than formerly. To supplement
this brief report, the director will send
with his-report to the county superin
tendent ail the teachers' monthly re
p rts he has reeeived- do, ing the year
ending April S 1S77
It will be noticed that iuthe 'teach
ers' monthly and term report," sent
out lately, under the head of "sugges
tioM," the word "month" is usel
twice the last word in the first two J
suggestions where the word "term"
should be used. These should read,
eaeh pupil attended school during
termr" and, days school was kept
in the terni" County superintendents
will please make thiscorrection before
sending out thee-report blanks.
The lav require both director and
treasurer to keep full aud complete ac
this! purpose. Such records properlv
kept, wili do much to expedite bu.-i
ne.-s, prevent mistakes, and enure the
most economical management of school
S. R. Thompson,
State Supt. Pub. Ins.
The advvrruer having been permanently
ctared o that dread diseas-. conaamptioa. by
a Simple reined . ii anxious to make known
to his tallow mfil-rcrs the means of care. To
ailwho doii.e-ii.-he wilL send e py of the
CUUH19 oi au uisirici nuaines transact- " Xilc3 cre'c " njca or o mne water :
pH l.r thou. f ; K. A.. .. -xi-.i or whether they be afflicted with stone or
ea tjy tnemr It is tho duty of the gmel; or with aches am pains, settled in
district to I umish suitable hnnir a fnr ' th ins over the regions ofthe kidm-vs.
i3i-niiiwu ura, viree oi cnarjej, wiin tie
Uireciiua lor preparing and using, the same,
which they will fiadasurecaretorCouutnp
tioa. Asthma. Bronchitis. See. Parties wish
ing die prescription, will, please address.
Rct; K. A. MILSON.
32-6 UU Pens St.. WjUiaamabar&h. N. Y.
-felrrcuvi of lfoatb
OESTLEMaX who suCeri tor years
aPTromNe'-vou? Uebituy. Preuaiure De
coy, and. all the eS"je. of youihinl indisr
tiou will. firt!w?jie,:f rU. erinjr hata-itity,
nd treeuxall who acel it, the re:ipe tad
dtrcciico fbraiikin Ike simple remedy by
wkich be was cared, oaierers wi-Lin to
aro&( by the advestiser's experience caa da
'so br aadrestinc in perfect confiid ce.
JuUN B XiDKX.41 Cedar St.. N T
I will nail (Pre th recipe for prvpiriaa
5 Ta. t r:Ue. I'tapir ad L'Uuh-. ir-
a ntnple rfinw 1I thai will nanii
inr the f kin Wt. cter ! bcxsttfsl : alo
Instruction fur prdsctnc a ImariAat,
gvnrih of bairoa s b"I heti or a aolh
farr. Ad4rr B. Ya- Jeff Co.. Bva 21-1 3
No. 5 Wootr St.. S. Y. 32
afttice to 7eissrc.
Notice U herby given, That I
iiiiine al! persons who may de:rc to
offer them-elrc ax candidate for tea
cher of the primary or common ftchooln
of Webster county, at Rrd Cloud oa the
fir Saturday in the months of Feb.
ruarj May. Augut, and Xowaber
A. I). 1877. Examinations will also
beheld in District No. 21 Stillwater
Precinct, and in Utrraony pr-cinct,
before summpr KrhooN commence.
A A. Pne, Co. Sup't.
Negunda Jan. " th 1877.
ASK tha recu.
victims of Fever
and Agu thetocr
caria! di.epr- ir-
ttrut bow they re
cb-erful tfirit A
wIl tell you by
The Cheapest, Forest and Best Family
Medicine in the World!
For Dy;peisia. Constipation. Jaundice.
I'.HItou Kttack. Sick Helacbe, Cilic. De-prei-.'ion
of SpiriU. bour Hvouiach. Heart
dm. .Vc. A.-.
Thi unriral-d Soutbera Remedy is war
ranted not to ntaiB a tingle particle of
Mercury, or any injurioo miueral nubttance
bUt" PURELY VE6ETABLE.
containina those Southern Roots and Herb,
which an aliwinj l'roviiivn has? placed in
countries where LWr thJea.'c. 1uo.1t prer.il.
It will cure-all Diseased caused by Ue-anice-luentofihe
The Symptoms uf Liver Complaint area
bitter or bad tas'e in the mouth : fain in the
Hack, Sides or Joints, often inisuken for
Rheumatism; Sour stomach : Loss ol Ap
petite; Bowel -t alternately costive and lax;
Headache; Loss ol memory, with a painful
sensation of having taile 1 to do ("something:
hich ouifht tohavo bndoni: dobility uw
spiritf, a thick jellow appearance of the skin
andees. adry CJUgh oft n mistaken for
Sutnctiincs many of thee symptoms attend
the disoHse. at others vary fnw ; but the Liv
er, the larirvst organ in thro body, is generally
the seat of thedie.tse. a.d if not Hegula ed
in time, great sutfertcg, wretcbednecs and
Death will ensue.
1 can recommend ai an efficacious remedy
for tlise.ise of the Liver. Hear. bum and Dys
pepsia. SlMMOKb' I.IVBk BBOULATOK.
Lewis G. W under,
1625 Master Street,
Assistant Post Master. Philadelphia.
"We uuve tested its- virtue, personally, ai.i!
know that tor Vyntvit ia, DUiuusneas. ana
Throbbing Headache, it is the best medicine
the world ever saw. We have tried forty
other remedies before SimmoLS Liver Keg
u.ator. but none of them gave us more than
temporary relief: but the Regulator not only
relieved, bu cureil us.' to. Telegraph and
Messenger. Macon, da.
Manufactured only by
J. B. ZLJN CO..
MACfrN, OA., and PUILASKLFUIA
It e afa ins-four medical element., never
united in tho same happy proportion in any
other prepa.atiou. viz: a er.tle Culbartic. a
wouderful tonic, an unezceptionibie Alter
ative and certa-.n Coircctive otall impurities
of the body. Huch signal suueess Las atten
ded its use, that it is now regarded as the
For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and
As a lieuiedy in
MALARIOUS FEVER:, BOWEL COM
PLAINTS, DSIKPSIA, MENTAL DE
PRESSION, RESTLESSNESS, JAUNDICE.
NAUSEA, SICK HEADACHE, COLIC,
CONSTIPATION and BILIOUSNESS
If 11 Ah NO KQU AL.
As there are a number ol iotUat tons offered
to the nuolie. we wjuld caution the commu-
nity to bav no powder or prepared ai-mnoDS
Liver Kttfulator. uolis.i in our engraea
wrtpper, wtiii the trade mark. t. imp ana
signature unbrukea, toue other is genuine.
Macon. Ga.. and Philadelphia.
Your valuable medicine Simmons' Liver
Regulator, has saved m many Dot ttr's bills
i ut-e it tor evcrj thing it is recommended,
and never knew it to fa.l. I have used it in
Co.ic and Urubbs. with my mule and horses
givL g them aWout halt a bottle .t a time. I
have not lost one thai I gave it to, you can
re ommend it to every one that nas s ock as
beintt the bet lueJieiue known for all com
plaints that horse flesh is heir to.
18-ly Agent for Grangers of Georgia.
MARK THESE FACTS.
The Testimony of the Whole World.
"I had no appetite; Holloway's Pills gave
me a hearty one."
"Your Pills are marvellous."
"1 ;end for another box. and keep them is
"Dr. U lloway has cured my headaenv
that was chronic."
I gavo one of yr.nr Pills to my babe for
cholera morbus. The dear little thing got
well in a day."
"My nausea of a morning is now cared."
" Y onr box of Holloway's Ointment cared
me ot noises in the head. I robbed some of
j our ointment behind the ears and the noise
"send me two boxes; I want one for a poor
'1 enclose a dollar, your price is 25 eents.
but the m-dicinc to me is worth a dollar."
X have over 20 ) such testimonials a these
bu. want ol space conapels mo to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders.
And iU eruptions of the ski a. this Ointam9
is most i valuable. It does not heal exter
nally atone, but penetrates with the most
searching effects to the very root of the evil.
Invariably cure the following disease
Cisorler of the Eirey.
In all diseases affecting these organs, wheth'-
these pills should be taken accord in to the
r i ricted directions, and the Ointtaeat shoald
oe wen raooed into toe small ot the back at
bed tune. This treatment will give almost
immediate r4icf when all other means hare
For Stasachs Out of Order.
No medi:ine wi'd sox eftcta y inproTc
the tone of the stomach as -hese Piils; they
retaoTe all acidity oeeasioaea either by in
temperance or improper diet
. HOLLOWAY'S PlLLSare the best kaewa
in the world for the following uieac Ague
asib a. unions t-oapiaints. uiotches on
the Skin. Bowels. Coasump ion. Debility.
Dropsy. Dysentery. Eryspeias. Female Ir-
retnilanties. rerersofaU kinds, FiU Goat.
Ileadache. Indigestion. Inflaoativa. Sura
ThroatJ Stoqe ad tiraTel. Wama olail
kinds. Weakness froa any cause, etc.
None are ircnaine anlesa the sia-Bstareof
J. UaTistcx. as tjont for the United States,
surrounds each box ot" Tills, and Oictsaest.
A band oa reward will be fiTea to any oi e
rendering such information as auay lead to
the detection of any party orpar ieseoan er
feitins; the medicines or Teadiac the same.
knowing theai to be spurious.
Scid at the aanafaetoty of Professor
HoLLOwar k. Co.. New York, and by all re
pectab!e druaeiats and dealers ia ascdiciae
tnroachout the ei7ilise4 world, ia coxtsatt
BThe.-eis coa:derabisaainc by taking
tbe larger slsea.
H.B. Direetioaa for the guidance of it.
tients ih-ererjr disorder are aSxed to eark
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WL 'aaarn- fcaTZ
Red Cloud & Jew
ell City Stage Line.
Conn?JB? at K.eA CjaA witk thi
Republican Vai!y has, ranntng
t-Three rrraUr trip wtHt made
each week, Iravhig Red Cloud the
.same time the aia frou Hasting
300S!U3SA3 QCCI 7ZZ VLL22 Zl'
FA UK IiFASO.XAB.'.K
D. H. GODFRKV.
Wines & Liiquore j
Chewing, Smoking. Ttbacco
OF ALL KINDS,
Fresh Lager Beer.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
C R. Potter,
People at Targe can find constantly
nn hand Lumber. Lith, Sbinulc.
I Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Building Paper and Mould
ings. Pine and Hard wood
figy Wheat will be taken in exchange
Quick Sal '8 and Small Profits.
Br S ?t5
Q 5 St
!elvf Hlctit Hnrc Cnfr
rd at Centennial.
4MLCMT SCWINO MACHflHK.
Automatic Tension, aatt
Automatlo Stitch Indicatars
Always Kaady far Werk. atttii
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OWERY 4 FARRELL,
Kp th larrr4 aarl ot ooaplct
stock or IRO.V. SFRKL.
WAGON TIM BKR.
11ARDW.ARK. aad TINWAHK,
I of aar bou t tk rt, ami sU tb
CC11 atd fA2)C73 XTJZinXZS,
To and Se Thcua.
C. Cameron f
Htf- Ibc 'ar?ft -rock of
of Lincoln hatJ, and
51y stock rortUt of
a specialty ; la well M)rted mock
of Notion of all kin& ch?af. I hare
al.o a large -tock of CluthiuK ry low
in price, oplcmlid ralue.
SHIRTS I) It A WE RS
of all kinds. My stock of
and Glassware are all complete, and
will be sold very cheap for cash.
Call and examine my stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, Hats, Caps.
and all kind of !nwnihui Goods will
be sold at very low price.
Call and Kt price and be convinced
that this is the place to trade.
N. C. Clark of Guide Rock, ha.n for
sale the hot Wcli-boiinir app-iratus
ever ued, conisti of drill, aujrcrx,
etc. Two men with one of tlac drill
can drill from () to .r fet in one day.
through the rock of this, country
These drills are warranted to be the
New York Artesian Prills. 40-tf
RED CLOUD Jk SMITIJ CKNTKR
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican River Stage Line.
Three rcpniar trip8 a week, arriving
and d'parlinj; from Red Cloud at the
same time the stage from the railroad
FARE VERY LOW.
nil. J. E. rUSBOT. Prep.
At tbe CenteunfrlTTbihUion. 17:. iM his
always critic I . 3 tits M.-ht.t Uooora
A COMPACT. rMrT.n prnnvr:j
tight Kuna-.nar'a-xl EFFICIENT' LOCK
oTlTCH" M CHINE. AiAnntJ ta th3
WAKTS of JiVKKYliODY. The HCW K
SEWIHC M sCH I W E Perfrcvd dfti
rears sinct'b? the aid of U:s Det invntivr
i3lentandMsrhmn:rat Kill. ItcMRti2
HI the rjrBtUt Tart fa F'Bf T CI HI
UACHLSB. :srsr5Xri.n In COXS1 KiiCTUJN.
AUfKUlOK In tire-g:h ad fceauiy.
contain I'-- Workina Parti1 UdzibU
otltOlSGn.whff raWym ot sTcrfcthaaocfcr
Sewing Machine-. Jtw'll KC?f lorystri
xruhoutc.js.nso ONE CrMT for R rate.
In tbe Staax'aetoro of tins IIACIIINK tfcar
Very Rowt 3f ntcrlnla tr-r irjfDs
Tarn WEACIS'G l'AI.15 an HARDENEO.
and the Mi-cinnls hi L ta ourraccTLi7
with Vtz arfdal r e cf rroducsna as
IU-7 JbcmtsxnK, Dt'ttACLE, aad ateoaX
XOUttMi MACHINE. adBtl tgcaij r
well for CaarM or Saw THRFAD. COT
TON. UnT or LINEN. fTWrcrif frosn th-
Afaht Mmtinm Xo Mmwmr CI- h &i-
j.eatutk. such Conflciancei felt
in the INTRINSIC MEHIIb of the
HOME 9CWIMC. MACHINE tluu
cTery JLACillN E is iKilj
Warranted for Rye Tears.
TJVE AGrVTS wasted ia JocaLtiee wacr
we are aot rercteauu.
Str.il Jcr i:tr, and rzzrplt of -rk &nz
oa thi IlOiil or call zl auj cf ovx uSux.
JoHNSsy, Glm k Co.,
fi Sfiil Made
QQ jJ WAS) a wa CDtD" sJC
30 ZiSm tnprn, Jerk.
CM wTa.iIs.taa Strast, IrjS JT. j
lUUetaiU lea., Ktakvga, fa.
17 ! Mt,.7 zu, Caa Trntttm, CaL
rirrttr, Vrtiia DKUf5. CHOICK FAMILY MTJ'
ICINKS. PAINTS. Ol!- OL. PIHTV. SCHtHif. uy,tH
.TT10NKV. atJ isfart rtflhiivt l fal m $ . .
tnt 11 oa
UV d-a? 'ardrin IIKV : !. H WI.
TIONS. Lad (VJr w-s-. IUHT.S!!Or
IIIDRS aad FriW rolty.
"Quick Salen 4,
iae "ill !! yia coo? c&rarwr lri ty ht n h m ?
Csfl aai nasatnc oar evJ and ptori, aa) I fOTial tf l ,
at. a I. :
FOR SOME MAN OF
EvTT ERPR 1 S K !
TO THE PUBLIC V
having formal a ro palnerhip for th purpna nf rngnjtar r '
bunncsA of WaaTon iiukiii and lHark(uithitii, arr tn.w pri)t
iccouui.ia;u thr public.
ahUrlKA will l found in Wijin'. oM ho;. IheV irr s'rtt
All Work Warrcntedto Giffe Satisfacticn.
vi avjcU ioU oil tUii
Ajl ,w;.A k Mc o)VwUil CVoVtc. iJi)
rn:L::ALS a:?s sita DZuiZu iir
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. ATS
CAP 3, Tinware, Queens ware
Higlicftt m!i Price IId for Urn
BaK iamtmf m
DILLON & COLE.
w tfycottaaitIy oa bud a largo assortment of
DRY GOODS, HATS. CAPS.G. OV !.
MI'ITEXS, BOOTS SHOKS, &C-
Also AGRICULTURAL mPLEMEHTS, ic, It? t
r-M .l n .. . . . .
au -e u-. e wi tctj
ICeep a Stfjfpfy fFi-iwtlji-Imielfzefls.
a. i.?!01? .i fl f 'r urk e raa 'cit . ai at l;u
x. lev ajjy other firc-!ttlM-wt.
Reaitrnili-r the plteft, f door north of the- Friaciss fSc.
Reef Cloud, Keb.
Jf.OVE , '
a? I ft'tOVU
low lor ciB, and J'ay Ch for
0Setf 112 LlWrty Stmt, V. T. -
St.) M ltTwaway. New Twt
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