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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
PUBLISHED EVE11Y TIIGKSDAY AT
BSD CLOUD, K23SASEA.
BORIN & SPRINGER,
Z. Edlton nBd Proprietor.
$2.0 per year, Invariably in Advancs.
Kubforiboif who do not receive their pa.
r.r rppnlarly. will conlor favor by uotify-
k V carre'prridonce solicited from all part of
J ne County and State, on matter of coneral
inter1- 'iir tL
Jn no Citte are vie responsible for the
vitief or opinions of our corrtxjndents.
PTe do not publirh anovymoux letters
and cmmanieutwns. Always give
your nnrnc .
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A. S. Paddoek. Beatrice. U. S. Senaier.
iAtj Saunders. Omaha. L. S. Senator,
'rfcuk Welch RepregentatiT.
EILAS 8AKBER. Goreraor. Lincoln.
Bruho Ti?ohuck. Sae.ofSute.
J.B Westoa.Linoln, Auditor.
J.C. McBrido. Treasurer.
Geo. EL Roberts. .... Att'j t,cn
g. R. Thompson. Linecln.SnD.rnb.Instruc.
eo. 11. Lake. Omaha, Chief Jtetice.
-w la;iOaatt.Nbra(,kCity. AES0Ciat, Jus.
tf fcianJ Jiaxwell. PUumouthi
T WKHBTKR COUTY.
J. A . Tulleys. County Clerk.
B. H. Jonee. , Treasurer.
.7. P.. Willcox. Probate Judce.
J. Ii. Poil. Sheriff.
A. A.Poae. Behool bup U
ti. K. Sherer. Coroner.
W. E. Thorn, Caaaty Sarreyor
fl. W. Ball. ) . .
1.. H.Luce. V County CaaaaBiBsioners.
J. H. HobarU 1
Tt.T. J. T. Mh.yvb.wUI preach on the 2nd
Sabbath of eaeh month at 11 A M.
Rev. Geo 0 Tkiiil th firt Sabbath at 11
A. M and the 2nd Sabbath erenins
Ryr J. n.'r)i. the 4th Sabbath at 11
A. M-. anH the 2rd Sabbath evening .
Rt.C. RiiLLy.preachen the lt Sabbath in
lh month at Lill School houe; at 101-2
A M. nnd at Red Cloud at 7 1. M. nd Sab
featb at IlumnielV at 10 1-2 A. JI. and at Pen
ey Creek at 3 P. M. 3rd Sabbath nt Red
i'.uda 11 A. M iindatChapin'satS P. M.
Tin Milbath at Gu d Rock, at 11 A. M and
at Klin Crawls at 3 P. Af.
Sabbath School every Sabbath mornmr
at 10 A.M. Clot at 11.
Jr. 11. A. Howard. Eupt-
Bakd or IlrK nieetneTery alternate Thuri
iajr eveninc at 6:30 r. m.
Arrival n5 leprtr f Mails
from lb Red Clontl P.
HjiStiio leaves Mondays. AVrdnrsdays.and
Friday at 7 a. m. Tuesdays. Thursdays
anaSauaj at Sam. Arrive? every
day at SO p rn.
SuTiFD leave A!ondayi and Thunday at
7 a. ra- arrivoi Wodneedayisud Saturdays
at 6 p. m.
3?tSKU.s.soir st. Mondayt and Thurs
day at 2 p. m. Gome well Tuesday aud
Friday a 9 a in.
Jiwru, Kaitaa, leaves Tuesdays. Thurtdayi
and Saturdays at a in., arrive? Monday.
Wednesdays nd FridaynatG p m.
Kainc:.. Kansas. lve Mondos, Wedne
daysand rridajs at7 a m. arrives Tues-
ys. Thurrfay anti Sunday at 6 p. m.
Ofiet opon irom 12 in. until 1 p. ra- Sunrfay.
All r-rtererf matter must bo in -y7 30 p m
M B Orer busiiie clos at 7 - p. m.
o erJen issaotf on Sunday.
11. V.. McXiTT, P. M.
I. O. O. F.
Ren Ci.un Lopoe, 5o. 64 I OOF
nit-t rvury Saturrf night in
the Jasunic Hall. Jumber? of
other Lorftes are cordially invitei
11. C: Scott. -. u.
I. tein. See'y.
A.F , A HI.
fc CKARiTy Lock No. 53 Red Cloud,
.e.rncts Fridav ereninss on orbe-
Syr' fore full moon. Yisitine brothers, in
jrood staudmr. are cordially invited
ro attmtl. J. A. Tl'LLLYS. W. U.
J. Li. fll.S. S:
Gold is down to I.0H.
Blaino bad a war of wordB with the
Massachusetts senators last week, and
beat thoui, too ; not only that, but
the Massuchusctts legislators failed to
uphold their representatives in the
part they took in the matter.
Our readers will find, in another
column, an invitation to send dele
gates to a meeting to be held in Hast
ings next month for the purpose of
organizing a District Agricultural So
ciety. This is a good move, and we
hope it will succeed. The west, par
ticularly the Republican Valley, has
interests, not altogether in common
with the rest of the state. While the
eastern portion of the state is settled,
and already fiiven up to steady life,
the west is yet in its infancy, and needs
to put forth its energies to buid up a
CQuntry which shall be a prido to
itsalf aud the nation Let us have a
good representation at this meeting.
Peaco is virtually declared between
Russia and Turkey after a terrible
war, perhaps unparalleled in modern
history. Turkey has accepted the de
mands of Russia, which are as fol
fows: "Servia to be independent,
without compensation; Montenegro
to receive Antavaris, Nisch and Spuz,
and portions of territory bordering on
the lakes of Suttaria ; Russia to hold
Batoum, Ears and Erzcroum until a
war indemnity of 20,000.000 is paid ;
the Dardanelles to be opened to Rus
sian men of war; Bulgarian autono
my to be conceded rather on the prin
ciple of Lebanon than on the plan of
the Constantinople conference; and
Turkey to nominate a Christian gov
ernor for a long term of years, subject
to ratification by the powers; Bul
garia not understood to include
Thrace, but only to extend to the line
of the Balkans ; part of the Russian
army to embark at Constantinople for
their return home, anil the final treaty
of peace to be signed at Constanti
nople by Gnrnd Duke Nicholas. This
arrangement will satisfy theRuesian
military honor without involving the
occupation of Constantinople. There
is no mention made of Roumania in
V A IIP. i A TTTSCS NEK
The Red Cloud
Rome had its triumvirate and by a performance that can be witne?ed
the union of wealth, military genius, at no other spot on de ftc of
and oratory, ruled the nation of Eu- globe than at Washington ; o4 but,
rope ; ao the continental triumvirate only once a year. It oeM tbt salt,
GortiichakoQ", of Rusaia ; Bismarck, j at pub i- auction, ob behalf of the
of Germany, and Aadrass;, of Auv government, of the canlenta of !
to riilmir tfir. ie.iiiics of Euroce. .'called ''dead lettew" that have ac-
mi a- ....0 -
and England dares not make a move
for fear of conflicting with moie thau
sha is able to succeb-fully contend.
Lictrls. Agnreliwa! Ssciety.
A meeting of five delegate from
each of the countieH of Adam", flat,
Hamilton, Hall, Kearney, Harlan,
Frankliii, WebaUr, Nuckola, Thayer ,
and adjoining counties is called at
Hastines on the 2nd Friday of Febru
ary, at 2 p. in. The delegates are to
consist of the president of each
county agricultural society and four
others whom he shall name. The
purpose of the meeting is to organize
a Distriu Agricultural Society for this
part of tho state. This is an impor
tant movement and it is desired that
there shall be a full attendance from
the countier named.
Ry order of mass meetinj; held at
Hastings, January 14, 1S78.
A. N. Hall, Uh'n.
A. L. Wigtos, Sec'y.
From what can be learned the peo
ple pretty generally favur accepting
some such proposition from the Ii. &
M. as that offered and accepted by
Webster, a is understood, only as the
company has about 114,000 acres of
land in this coumy, and only about
S0.000 in Webster, this county ought
to havesone benefit for the difference.
At any rate the continuation of an
agreement on the basis proposed will
solve a heretofore very knotty ques
tion, and at ouce give our county war
rants and certificated a very much
higher market value. Mloomxngton
Not exactly tattled yet, for thj
proposition has only been suggested,
but it has found a ready response with
tbe people, and the proposition will no
doubt be made a basis upon which a
settlement will be agreed.
Congressional Action an In-Action So
ciety Gcssip Requiem Uass for the
Late King of Italy Cariosities cf
the Dead-Letter Office A Singular
From Our Regular Correspondent.
Washington, Jan. 19th, 1S78.
Congress has been unusually dull
and stupid during the week, which is
saying a good deal. Senator Voorhees'
speech on the silver question produced
some temporary excitement; but the
eulogies on the late Senator Morton
(in the Senate) did not attract the at
tention, or audiences, they were ex
pected to. In the house, the discus
sion of the silver bill has occupied the
greater part of the time, and the ag
ony is r.ot over yet. IS'ext in import
ance, is the question of a reduction of
the tobacco tax, which meets with
considerable opposition from nearly
all the leading tobacco manufacturers
in the country, who have sent delega
tions here to oppose the reduction. It
is, indeed, seldom that people object
to the reduction or abrogation of tax ;
opposition is generally on the other
Owing to the charming weather, re
ceptions and social entertainments
have been more numerous and better
attended this week than at any pre
ceding period during the season.
A performance of an interesting
character will take place on the morn
ing of the 24th, at St. Aloysius'
church, viz : the commemorative fu
neral of the lr.te King of Italy. The
Italian minister. Baron Albert Blanc,
and his secretary of legation, Couut
Litta. had received instructions by ca
ble, from King Humbert, to honor
the memory of the dead King in this
manner, which might, were it not im
pious, be properly called a "mock fu
neral." A handsome catafalque cov
ered with white satiu aud black velvet
will be erected in front of the altar;
and on this will be placed a sarcopha
gus empty, ot course, or perhaps
containing the dead hopes of the fe
male suffragists. At the head of the
sarcophagus will be placed an imita
tion of the royal crown of Italy ; and
the pews will be draped in black and
ornamented with the Italian coat of
arms. The president, with his cabi
net, and all the foreign diplomats, will
be present: one-half of the huge
church being strictly reserved for in
vited guests. During the ceremony,
wbioh will be most impressive in
character, a grand requiem mass will
be sung. So the world wags : cele
brating in the morning the death of
one king, and in the evening the mar
riage of another I
These things are principally for the
haut ton ; but let it not be supposed
that mortals of a more ordinary(?)
grade are unprovided with entertain
ment, a? unique, at least, if not as
chaste. The "circus" at the capital, as
some unprincipled local editors termed
the Women's Convention there, bewg
at an end, is was followed up by the
great "dead-letter auction ;" which is
"Eternal Vigilance is
cumulated during the year, and the
rightful owners of which cannot be
found. After being stowed away in i
the property-museum of the
letter umce lor a tweive-naontn ; aaa
at tbe end of that period remaining
unclaimed, these articles are dispoted
at auction to the highest bidder, and
;t ;R we)j worth a trip to Washington
to be present at the auction, which
usually comprises several thousand
"lots" or numbers, and occupies three
or four day. Yonr correspondent
was present the two firnt das, and
saw among the articles disposed of,
which had all been sent through the
mail a live alligator, (a young one,)
a can of pigs feet, a chignon, two
hoop-skirts, one sewing machine, two
geld watches, one diamond ring, nine
teen pairs of embroidered and plain
slipper, a stuffed canary, seven
ounces of real hair, three pounds of
Jnionds, two silk dresses, six pieces
of lace, seventy-two yards of silk rib
bon, one fine-tooth comb, one "incu
bator", ne baby's outfit complete,
one set false teeth, three pair of ear
rings, two pair of besom-pad-j (what
ever they may be), and book-marks,
scarfs, pocket-handkerchiefs, gloves,
and photographs innumerable. Some
of these things brought fancy prices ;
as for instance, the set of teeth, which
were said to have been sent to Miss
Susan B. Anthony ; but most of them
sold for far below their value. I saw
a lady purchase an envelope contain
ing a handkerchief, which, on exami
nation, proved to be real lace, worth
from twenty-gve to thirty dollars,
the price paid was thirty-seven cents.
A gentleman bought a box supposed
to contain paper collars, for which he
paid fifteen cents ; but which, on be
ing opened, was found to contaiu a set
of coral jewelry, worth not far from
a hundred dollars.
This evening Mrs. Hayes gave her
eecond regular reception, which,
though not as well attended as the
first, (tho novelty having worn off,)
was nevertheless, a very pleasant and
enjoyable affair. The president came
down later and "assisted." On Mon
day next, the "Murphy" temperance
revivals will begin, and it is significant
that Invitations have been issued to
all members of- congress to be pres
ent. Lincoln Hall has been secured
for the purpose, and Mrs. Hayes has
signified her attention of attending at
the opening address.
obtained for inventors, in the United
States, Canada aud Europe, at re
duced rates. With our principal of
fice located in Washington, directly
opposite the United States Patent
Office, we are able to attend to all
patent business with greater prompt
ness and despatch and leas cost, than
other patent attorneys, who are at a
distance from Washington and who
have, therefore, to employ "associate
attorneys." We make preliminary
examinations and furnish opinions as
to patentability, free of charge, and
all who are interested in new inven
tions and patents are invited to send
for a copy of our "Guide for Obtain
ing Patents," which is sent free to
any address, and contains complete
instructions hew to obtain patents,
aud other valuable matter. We refer
to the German-American National
Bank, Washington, D. C, the Royal
Swedish Norwegian, aad Danioh Le
gations, at Wat-hiugton ; Hon Joaeph
Casey, late Chief Jutice U. S. Court
of Claims ; to the officials of the U.
S. Patent Office, and to senators and
members ef congresa froat every
Address : Louis Baggie 4b Co.,
Solicitor of Patents and Attorneys at
Law. Le Droit Building, Washington,
S. V. IiiidoOT
Is mow prepared to do allknis ofwor
The best af Materials maed, aid a
Done on short aotice and at reasonable
LRcsi CI, lYefcrsasKa.
ike price of Liberty." and
WEBS1ER CO- NKjKA. THURSDAY.
9 USWESS DIRECTOR Yi
Atttratyi, at La.
J. S. Grilliam.
ATrnp.NEY AND COUNST
A ,X)R AT LAW.
Win Pmdie U all the &M
dead-fpQ QL0UD, - - M
J. . Wf Ucox
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
mm- Collection Promptly Al
OFFICE K tK01
rUTH OF BAU1TS 8TOl
M TTORNEF AND COUNSELOR
SI at law. Juniata Nebraska, w ill
practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to all busioesa
entrusted to his care. Office on the
east side Juniata Avenue. July 1
Get, W. Sheppird,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
AVD UAL ISTATE AOSNTS.
Will practice in all the Courts in
this State and Northern Kansas.
Collections promptly attended to and
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
W. M. RICHARDSOH, J. A. TULLETB
Richardson & Tulleyt,
ESAL ESTATE U C0LCTIN& AOSWTS
Will buy and sell Real Estate on Cemmiu-
lioa. and pay taxes for non-residents.
Special attention given icuiitv.u.
nondence solicited. AU letters of inc
or on busineu promptly answered.
J.I.Smit. H.W.PA.aaa. S.C Smith.
President. Viee-PresideLt. Cashier.
J first Rational Sank,
(Succtsior to SMITH BROS.)
IIok. A S PxnrocE. T R Sen.. C. O- Dospbt.
James Ellis. New York. H. Wl'awi
Elijah fiixaT. Jo.K&mith.
4-45 Sam'l C. 8ntTH.
K. W. TULLEYS,
U. S. Petwioa Sorgaaa.
Omci two doors soatk of the Court
HD CLOUD - - miAftA.
Physician and Surgeon.
19" Pamicula ATTEMTION GIVEN
TO DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
Office and SttUtsct fiv miltc east of
EadCloui. Near Elm Crteximii.
REO CLOUD FURNITURE
JAS. CALVERT, Proprietor.
Deals extensively in all kinds of far
niture, wsca as Banana, Beadstead,'
tables. Chains Mirrors, and in face
everything U be found in a first-class
GIVE HIM A CALL.
RedClocd, ... Neb.
Paxtienlar ntteniJen give tonka
wnra ana easnas panne tn sfi
nPawtiac a Saacjaky.
Sis west of KsrhsTflnsns
1XX CLOUD, - - -
STAGE UHt -
it n Tn'P3 PRnPtirmK
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Stage leaves Hastings for Bed
Cloud, Smith Center, Burr Oak aad
points south, oa Monday. Wednesday
and Friday, at S o'clock A, M re
turning on alternate days. Passengers
carried at reasonable rates. Ofices,
smith's Book Store, Hastiasjs and
Valley HojucRed Cltwd. 5-15-ly.
yettr is ike price fihc
a Hat of tows ia
U. S. hifg 5,000 pop., and the
pew saving uigest ctcoutioa
fUfiriooa, Agricultural, Sdwi-
,!ad etkr epecial eWa jnaraala.
: f rate. atumiBg com of adver-
M evcmhia which aa
iraki like to know,
eeipc of tea cents. Addreu
P. awEU. A Cf ., It Saw
. Y. (MMiti "Tribua." Uild-
North - Western
The Gnat Trunk Lint from the Wet
to Chicago and the East.
It is tbe oldest, shortest, most di
rect, convenient, comfortable and ia
every respect the best line you can
take. It is tbe greatest and grandent
Railway organization in the United
States. It owns or controls
2100 MILES OF RAILWAY!
mLHAK 20TEL CAM art na akat
COUNCIL BLUFFS k CHICAGO I
Nootbsr road runs Pullman Hotel
Cars, or any other form of Hotel
Cars, through, between the Missouri
River and Chicago.
Ittt line is laid with heavy rteel rails
upon a deep bed of broken ballast, and
its bridges are of irou or m one. Its
pas"enger trains are equipped with
every known improvemen for comfort
and safety, and are run at faster speed
for greater distances than the train
of any line on the continent. The
company has largely increased its
equipment for travel, aud build in Us
own shops locomotives and passen
ger cars at short notice sufficient to
fully accommodate any extra demand.
The unvqualed resourcos at the com
mand of the company guaranteu the
most perfect accommodations fur all
its patrons. The
for which the road is so justly cele
brated presents to the traveller oyer
Its perfect roadway an ever-changing
panoramic of river, mountain and
landscape views unequalled in Amur
ica. THE EATING STATIONS
on this line are unsurpat-sed. Mculs
are furnished at suitable hours, and
ample time allowed for enjoying them.
Passengers Going East should
bear in mind that this is the
BEST ROUTE to CHICAGO
and all Joints East.
Passengers by this route have choice
of Five Different Route.-1 and the ad
vantage of Eight Dailv Lines Palace
Sleeping Cars from CHICAGO to
PHILADELPHIA & NEW YORK,
and other Eastern Points.
Insist that the ticket agent yells you
tickets by the North-Western Road.
Examine your tickets, and refuse to
buy if they do not road over this
All agents sell them and check asuai
baggage fa by this line.
Thraufk Tickets via this route to
all Eastern Points tan be procured at
Ike Central Pacific Railroad ticket of
fice, foot of Market street ; and at 2
New Montgomery street. San Francis
co, and at all coupon ticket offices cf
tbe Central Pacific, Union raci&c and
all western railroads.
New York Office, No. 415 Broad
wsy. Boston Office, No. 5 S'ate
street. Umsba dice, 246 Jfaiubam
street. San Fraocico Orioe, 2 New
Montgomery street. Chicago Ticket
Offices: 62 Clark street, under Sher
man House ; 75 Canal, corner Madi
son street; Kiozie street depot, cor
ner West Kinsie and Casal streets r
Wells street depot, corner Wells ana
and Kinzie streets.
For rates or information not attain
able from yonr home ticket agents,
W. H. Stehwptt.
Gen. Pass. Ad, Chicago, BL
. Gen. MnaV, Ckicago, III
30 Mixed Cards, with
Samnlns for 3-el. ntaasn,
aCe.Nasaaa, N. Y.
50 Fancy cards, tan sty aks, witk yonr
nanat in jrik, l$a. Try na. ScniZLL
Bnofc, Maldtn, N, Y.
nrK Fnva n gfil aanTeLni tnn
3P?P Pliut9 ?
tari32SEryrJx- 2? r i tx t
Red Cloud Chief.
iDILLON & COLE,
Art Hff prepared to buy
and ether grain, and pay the highest
cash price for tbe same.
They also have a full stock of general
BOOTS SHOES &C
which tbey are offering at prices that
are bound to suit their customer.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
east side of Juniata Avcnne,
JUNIATA - - - NEBRASKA
p not Mtiy atnttl in the timas I
it can ! Bkrtf m thr mouths i
oyouc of vithariex. ia ny .
prt of tLe rouatrr who u willlni to work
tcudilv nt the employment that we luroib. I
S60 terweok in yourown town. Tou cua cite
your wholr time to thi w irk. or only your
pre uionienti'. v ehiiTmrtiiK wLoarcusa
kiuir orr i'2D pr tly. AH who tutnf at
once -an mitUc uionry faL. At the iriant
time money cADiioib uimiIp o easily aud rap
idly nt aay other huinf. It co.i notbinff
to try the bucin.. Trrmr anil ' oul&l free.
Addrofsatonce.il. Hallbtt A Co..
5-1 ly Portland. Maine.
If you can.t ret sold yoM can
tret zrroDhaeks. V F nred a
perron in every town to take nbicriptioni
for the Unrest, cheapr: and bot Illustrated
family publication in the world Any one
canliooou -uece(ul nsont. The ni"st ele
pant worku of art siren free to nbcriberi.
The price ia o low that nliaost verby
subscribes. ocai-nt report making our
(150 in a woek. A ludy rnt r-tori tak
ina ovsr tOO rubrcriberr in ten days. All
who encatru ciako monoy tui . You cab de
Tote nil your ti e tothr bmicei. or nly
jour spare time Von ned not be away
from home over nicht- You cfin do it aa
others. Full pariculrr? diroc ion ann term
tree Illrcant and rxrerisivp Outfit frr. If
you want profitable work ncnd your addre'i
at onee. ltcoaLx nothiu to try t'a buiaea.
No one who ensurer fails to make sreat pay.
Adtlrei.- "The I'eople'f Journal." Portland.
A VF.GirTABLK rRl'AKATlON, io-
vented in the 17th century by Dr.
William Grac: Sutveon iu King
James' army. Through its agenev ho
cured thousand ol the mot srnoua J
sores and wounds, and win regarded
by all who knew him a publc benefac
tor. 2Ttc a box by mail 30c. For sale
bv druggist ccnr-illy
Address Scth Fowle k Sous, Boston
For reading clubs, for Amateur
theatricals, teuipfranre plays, drawing
room plays, fairy plays, Ethiopian
plays, guide books, speak er panto.
mines, lattieaux lights, magnesium
lights, eolomi fire, burnt cork. Theat
rical face preparations, Jarly's wax
works, wigs, beards, and moustaches
at re ducce prices. Coetomers, fcenery
charades. New catalougi. sent free
containing full description and prises
SAM'L FRENCH k SON. 122 Nau
sau St., New York.
25 gilt-edged cards, no two alike,
with name 10 cts. post paid. Fel
lows a Co.. North Chatham, N. Y.
u beyond comparison the best remedy
for the cure of consumption even in
it mot advanced (stage?) Asthma.
bronchha. Catarrh, and all derange
ments ot the ?iervon system. A cir
cular containing particulars ot many
cases successfully treated, full advice
for the treatment of the diaeg above
mentioned and certificates of actual
cures, will be aent free bv mail t all
applicants. Addrc- OSCAR C MO
8KS, Sole Propretor, 28 Cortland
Street, New York.
ADVER Tl&ING !
$1,000 WOftTB FOE ?)j7 50.
Tnt cheapest and best war to reach
adtrs ontside of the large cities i bv
one or Kore of our six liti
nvnr J000 newspapers, divided to cov
er diferent sections of thz country
tlewailT ClreailsUe ar tOOca
Advertisements received for one or
snore lists. For catalogues oostainia
names of papers, and other informa
tion and for estimates. address
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1823. END FOR 1878.
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Oar nock or POORS, WINDOWS.
PER itc, U uncquslrd.
Owning our own tunlcr knot. v sdJ plaini; tHU. tctfatbrr
pedal rate oo freight, true u a cbsew t y a!ury mai
any yard iu lvasaa us Nclni. Utvr c a cast.
taiXTS T22 "KS TAU."TOfS-Ci,
Cane ZTIUJm unci Evaporator,
Th.rea?lieisi irlor.se 3?oweiJ,
Flour and Crn .Mi!l. Corn and Cob Crusher., fnurch, Sofcoal, aad
Fire Alarm llcU.
For Sale by I). 1). M EARNS, kki.tr, WeUtcr.'county. Nb.
J. G. Potter has juat receircd
jr vt a- tm
Evr brrmght to the Valley,
-T. Cra Potftmil",
Red Cltutf. NakrasVa
CHEAP CASH STORE
Wholcaale aud Retail Doalert in
DRY GOODS. HATS, CAPS AND
Groeerica, Flour tsV Provliiloiui.
WOOD. WILLOW, GLASS AND QUEENS WARE.
WE KILL SOT IIP. USDER SOLD. :CALL ASD8EE US
HARD WAR E
We keep on hand at all til
Tin, and Hardware.
Ksep a Supply of f aria!2is4IIbj9lnscs'
SrsSt-G c. eai. st Jsel stwtw auavjWfi Msd at j ,T
2s !o as ssy at'berfiraa a U 'msi."?3& j .
ISxsiechm &e vtiA astr snjth
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UWrsL diwiS be xo4 itift
1 1 fc.
Lri iAwrul it StaU t.
A smart -4 fwtfturoMi, c- t
Afi M- ?
W.LN-B5, BUILDING PA-
' TSS'SJK St ISt,
tbit fiactaartttient of
Give him s call st.d examine rood.
large and ttmplnlt stank of Steves,
ea Cloud, Keb.
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