The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, April 11, 1878, Image 4

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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
1 Dc) Mt fall to vol and
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UA railroad up (he rim' "poohd"
faflfre yeett at (foncordfa
NjciT veek.wa open wide our columtu
lolhe dlacuaahxiof tlia tailrrad ijueitiou
pro aid eon,
TnfeM hur.drrd ci(ra coplee laiuad
utlt week containing arxumriita fur and
Ike Central Iraseh and & F. U&lu to liltt
rreljhti.
TfknCotnm(;tjwltt,
Fiom a correspondent at Clifton wc
learn that thd engineer of the Kama
l'aciflo ami Central Hranoli road were on
leet Friday and Saturday aurfayiiur the
Ijee to cennect (he road It in wall
laewn In railroad circle lint ever ince
the roada met at Clitoti tlmrn hai been
a, war on freight. Our correspondent
learna that a cotuproinlM hat bean effect
cA between tho roada, and a "pool"
famed. It la,undcritood tint tho Kn
at Pacific company Is In abandon their
projected lino up tho Solomon, and
through Ilcpubliit county. Tht Central
Branch company I tint lo extend their
line weit of Concordia, Train oi' flu
tKania Pacific mad iro to run to Con
eordia, and all freight weat of Clifton N
to ha "pooled." Katea arc tn ho (.lightly
advanced, and there in tn ho no more out
line; tin cithi-r Him. Till Hrr-uefiiu-ni
la to go Into riled ttuiiieiiietoiy Hint r
(ailn in fotro tlvo years.
Our correpondnt add tlmi stock and
grain ihippera aru hejtinuiug to "Mpieal"
aad aorue oi'lheiu declare thy will (pill
huaiuaw.
Timber Culture.
n Senator I'addook, chairman nf die
Qh-eoiuuiiltoo uti ljubliu Laud)i in (ho
Senate, reported hack tho hill on timber
culture' Svlth the rccommendiitlnti th.it
it do paii, and had n lively light with
Morrill and other old HtMintnr fiom ihn
cnsUirn MuteM who oppou'il, hut to t
reat credit ol'Htipator I'nddook lie con'
iiutrcd tho "mighty" and camn out vio
toiioua. The niuaauro ai panned pro
vide'a: "Jittery poraoo who platan,
protected, and kcepi in a healthy urow
iog condition for ten ea,rN tru aqiui of
valuable forait limber, the ticoa thereon
tot being ninre tbun four 1'cqtnport oaoh
ray. ob anjLquarler auction of tho pub
Ho laneTi, IrwIu entitled toapatom for
auck qunttej-MWtrj at tho expiration of
tea year, oBljug proof of hucIi fiot
by not leMpjtwo crcdibln witnentex.
Provided, That any i enon who iihall
have planted and cultivated trees not
wore than twelve feet apnrt oach way
tn tha eitent of twenty acres or more
on a quarter tcotioti, and who hhnll iu al!
other reapeeta comply with icqulreuionts
,of ihia act. ahull bo entitled to it, priv
ileges and bonellta."
Morrill tried to tack on an amendment
excluding coltouwnod and willow timber
from tho opcintion of tho bill.but Pnd-
dook aptly anawered him ns followa:
'If my friond fm Vermont waj nj iviMi in
refereneotn thocuttivHtiou of timbur iu
the west, partioularly upon tho plain-
weat of the Missouri, as ho in with refer-
.euce to its cultivation'.in Vermont, he
certainly would contider that ha had moy
e,d very tbauiil amendment. Theeutton-
.wood ia the pioneer tree of tho plain:
ita growth ia rapid, it.yhade U delight.
.fill; it,i valuable tveo for lumber and for
fuel, the mort valuable treo vro can have
on the plain, that we can uroduoe rai-
idlyj and it w uld proo tho cevereht
.hardship upon tho foreat culture (Tibet
regiop if the uottouwood should ba ex
cepted. I will atatu tbut I hava on my
farm in Nebranka a grove if cottonwood
thatl vuluo aa highly at I ahould ono of
tho other nrio.lio of truea that eonld bo
.placed on1 the land.
.Mr. Morrill Doo the jeimtor attach
the fame value to tho willow and to the
Lboplar?
Paddook. Willow and poplar have ro
tan cultivated thcro yet at all, and I
not know. It u.well enough to leave
.aa it is aud let those iutcrcoted in
sat culturoin iht country determine
lr theuice'.vei what variolic tl.ey will
ilcct. They will be Mire to select theao
ineliea which will grow moat rapidly
id Demon pMuuetivo and useful -o
lam wbqn grown. " -i'tiOTrii Rryorttr,
MIL NEWS NURSERY.
and 1-2 milef wjuOj catof Clovcrton
The unlcr.igned han for rale, and
howo, in Ice nurnery ott C(ty varietiea
.Applea, including CruiiAppp tree,
ratted fruit. AUo a fair Kuntdv of
rape, fuipberry, 3 vanetiea Hlackberrv
looeeberry, utiawbJrry, and Pio ulaut
ill of the beat kind.
Tfcoae wishing to plant, will please fa
f.vor va with their p-tlronago wo will try
tarattaad aoootmpdalo all iu varieties
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J. T. MlXrtrit
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csKxisaioirzRs riossiBitru.
April '.M U7.
A regular iou pi tho Hoard of
CnrnriiWainncr via held April 2J
1878. ,
FrteonlJ. II. Iloharl, 0. W. IUI, I,
II. Luce CoiiiinlMl'inrM.f, A. Tulle) n
Clerk, J. V. PouSlmnff.
Minute of lnt (wo WMtiriftM wire'
rcail and approved
Tim following account were allow-
Pellt .Jury. Pali. Term IH7X 7I 0
.1 U l'ot fiherlfTa fen 43'J 0
l A Ttillcy. aelary tliXKXJ
llorin k .Springer, printiny J4J.70
Qurati(in of sulimiliing ptopoilion'
In voloon Mridgo U'tii.14 to i.iiireri , v f i y , ,, v . . i-v 0 . .... ,,, -.A..,,,..,-
roui.iM.M!kivoc,,flinat,,.ii0rll.)HY GOODS AND CLOTHING
future non'lderatlou. '
Ordrtnl That a new preoinrt hn '
formed fiom a part of lUtin and 8nll
water to euil.raro alt tho territory id
Town 3 Italic III IK, Said pie. inct
to bo known i Kim Crcrk I'recinrl
Orditred That that 1 union of Itnl
( loml nnd llariiiony ptcunoti wit hoi 1
the InnitH of Town 3 Itatigo 1 1 We,i j
on mi nci en 10 iimin riu'inct vi timt
that cniJ Katln I'reviiit. rbnll inoludu
nil tho trnitoy ouibriK-ni iu mi'.I Town
.1 Itango 1 1.
Hrpnru if Co Cleil, Co. Judge
.Sheriff and (Jo. Treaurr, nffiuaeoU
lee ted for the itinrler ending Muh.
31 IH7ri priMiited nmlapproed.
()fli.iial lloi.il of it Kuhu (Jonaiable
Potcdam Precinct prencnted and ap
proved (JiiHolimi of otiug biind 10 uid in
the eoiotruoiioii of tho lletiiibliciiu
J n)'r ltiiilioxilHubiiiltittltotbevoifM
nf l he ( 'aunty, eli'di junto bo held May
4 1H7K
Ailj.inniiil till Aiml 3 I87S :tt
JAM.
f. A Ttlll.BVH ,1. H. MDIHtlT
t'letk. (Jliairman.
April 3d I.H78.
Hoard met punuant to n'ljourii.
ment.
Pull Hoard ptoaent.
The folloniiig neeonnta nllowetl,
HillofCWaStato va I'nul Smith.
Peter McNiit Work Iu appronohva
oHridge , M
l. H. VVitluox Attomri fern 1 'J ,10
A. A. Pupa Co SuptS 'nu 81 00
(Jeo. U'. Iljtl (Jom's iv, Wi0r,
i II, Liuv " fii ()(
Hill of eoti iu va St.no va Ad.
man rejected.
Hepuitof.l. (3. Wnrtmr Ovitrf.er
ol thu Poor, Ue,l Cloud Prerinet pre
(touted and uppiMVed.
Conttnot for holding Court lloti.e
at Hetl Cloud awarded to II. . pu.
ton for tho t um of $30yo.()O
Oldered that the aawor(irfJiiide
A'oek, Stillwater, Hatin, Oak Cicel.
filenwood, lluriunny, liiavnle und
Walnut Creek, Precinct be notified
by the Sheriff to appear forliwith nn.l
correct and complete their tfotiuint
rolk Adjourned till April 3th, 1878
at 10 A. M.
J. A. Thu.icyh. J II. Hon in r
-'h'rk. Chaiim-m.
April nth, 1878.
Met puromnl to atljournuiont.
Full hoard prceent.
The following nppnintmenta were
made lo fill :ieaiiMiM:
f. H. Ilumuiel, Judge of Kleciioo,
Balin Precinct.
I. Potnirkv. Judge of K'eetion, Ih
tin Precinct.
M. C. Williamaon, Judge of Eho
tion, Kim Creek Precinct.
Ai Sciibnor, Clerk oriileotion, Ha
tin Precinct.
T. J. Ward, Clerk of Flection. K'm
l. reek 1'iccinct.
Howl of K. H. Fulton approved and
contract Mgned for building Court
House.
The following account allowed;
I. T. Thomaa, AVr Foex, J. pj 34
P. h UoinbeeV. w bl),
Adjourned till May Gth. 1S78 nt
0 o'clock a. iu.
J.A.TUM.KTH. J. H. IIOIUKT,
'l'rk. Chairman.
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WKATItril Obv,tvaiion fm tho
month of Match 1878, at Inavale Neb
Mean daily thermometer, 61; hiuli
eat tomenture, 8(5 den on the 2ArJ;
lowest temperature 40 deg on the 27th
and 20th. Thermometer read at I J
M. FroHa-l, 10, 11, 1.1, 14. 17. 3l"
Thunder choMrerj, 'Si, 2(. Total
rainfall .24 inohec. No now; no foj;
. W. K.sianT, Obaerver.
A Hindu wait who came down
hero to talk again! boiula made a re
mark that Hating would be beiier
off without the trade from the AVpub
lican valley. "Sour grape" Lmk at
the mating "ad" and loola iu A'e
publicnn valley paperu.
Cow Tor tali S'JS.OO inqniro t
thin office,
Tliow who thought the earth
"r "fi,tnwaril HioSouth ontccount
l,i ,-vv"tt :'"1'iuave, lliiliL
it i lack ajaln n.ne.
MINER
WILL OPEN ABUOT APRIL FIRST
Olio Door Sou til Of T)i Vont Of rices
RED CLOUD - ITBB.
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AlftKBEAflB STAPLE SYSCKDf
II ATM A MM: A PS
Boots and Shoes,
GK'OCfilMK.S,
AIo 4cliok'c .hcii.ni il : I FA KM V i,()N ,
ta
jci:ii i:o;k
We call attention of tint people of Welmer and a Ijnintn cMintiet, to
thufaot that we hny furuioh, and will iiiikoil to tlpir alviutJtto to ie
oh their Irndu. which wo lepreilully aoIicu.
H, M in 1:11. J 1, Mix v.tt. ,'.
CSOUIKK
FOR Til li
CHIEF
TIIK
LARGEST
PAPER
IN 1JIE
KJSPDBLICAxN
7AJ.LEY.
flJE MILLER ORGAN
-aHP9.aniR
JMaaaB -.. m&HjMy?i aaaai
MA.itirAeTuaaii at
LBIIANOX, 1A.
I'HUIVALtU W
Tone, Workmanship,
Durability and Finish.
l-BB MlXk.T l-OK
Raraw of Bipraaaton, liqulalt VcXelns,
ewiel Imptlolty of Construction.
Pnntalnla njl Viamnat t aluabloliupmrrtuf nU
awloMt it rixxl organ riamitacliire. llutlt,
wtlh Uia liol arrupn'.out fair, vui.lcrcHir Imuie.
dlato and cnuatant r.inl aiuriiilnilriio-, by
flratclaaa workmen, -who ar all ul. llU'rallj
by tho day, iiW( iiuu 3 t.tit atrlrllr flnl rUaa
DialvrUI. It followa that tho loatnor ' w
pmluen Miinot Im artbtnif U tmt ., (lira
ua una trial and Ihi our lurv.1.
AlloartrcanaarotiilUwarra.utiM il yison.
eand ear lUuttratod Vrlcv-l Uta, oriua, He., u
Tbe V1XLKB OROAK 00.,
ltwou, Je
BROS
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affLfjuia
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frjiii.i ., vn:i tciii:h.:i
V vllu ttio Kim)ii ..rl.l. nt)!ii UK y,
'rfita
CM.-iu.
ItElHW.OUI'.V SMITH CIJ.NTKHj
Stage Line. '
Conneoting hi Kcil Clo-id with iho
Hepnblicjii Kui-r Stage l.iuc. ,
Thrco regular (tip-1 weeL, ariiving
and ili.pjrtinu train Itud (Jlotid nt (bo
Mine time the Ntigc Irmu ihu imlioadl
doe.. 1
y.iuh' very low,
all.
BU.ISOW, Tre;.
$2609
A Ti;H. A(cnUntnl. Unit,
ni'ul.llliuutn. rnrtlrHltfr.f
A4l,.J .OI(tMf( M I-..M lln
CVCRV Bit KEEPM tNOULO REAO THE
SRIOAN
al,mrw. HmnDloruDT !.
I"b Bot unwMtnl ixl uivrltixwd Kh-Xniwi
M IU mnilur rirriKjndnu. It u the alMt,
tavaiir,jj.ia,iu5iiirru,M?
t Wwl MadlaoolM, CUmk, '
I
HIGHEST HONORS
UtU j
Centennial World's Fair, 78761
SHONINGER ORGANS
nwmiDNCKD uaiiuuc(LT tbb
BEST INSTRUMENTS.
ThatreouparallTDrtrtlloncett rH-n(tolid b
lb Ju'la In Ibrlr llcpart. Item wbleli Um
tollowlBK U an txirigl;
"Th; B. NIH.tURU OltOAjr CO.'
ihlblt lit bed Inalramsnta it a
fcric rrodrtlng Um patHtil loalarn rliaa
vl purcbaMti. ha Id, oomblnaUoa ol Rda
and Ulla. proJurlnj notel and pleating effar n,
canulBli), nanjr dtalrabla IroproTemaBK, IU
Und lourir ta dry or damp climate, lata liable
to t onlorcrdr,aU tba boarda bcln, mad
thrM-plr, put U, Mbr ao It la ImpoMlbla for
Inrra to vllbcr mirlok. avail nr anin - TU
OXLV. OHUAKS AWAHOkl) TC1
to VII
IIA.IK.
Tbla Hrdal and Award waa rantd after the
bmI aavara cmplilioii nf lb bel makari, 1
boforo onaot tho uto.t oumuaUat Jurlaa I
rar aatimblad. I
Haw Strlr and prlrwi Jmt lain), which ara !
la arcnrJanca with cur rula, tba BEitT OR- ,
OAK for tba laaat luuu j. ,
W are prtparad to appulnt a raw aaw Aganki.
Uluilrlnt CaUlogUM aiailrd, poaUpald. oa
ppUvaUon to I
B. SHONINGER ORGAN CO., !
07 to Its rtlKSTXCT 8TREKT,
Nw IUvif, Com.
C?7kf!
TANMHI
THE BEST ARE
-THE CHEAPEST
MSftFE&SCALECai
265 BROADWAY A. Y.
627 CHESTNUT ST. Philadelphia, Pa.
145 SUPERIOR ST. Cleveland, 0.
DJitdOURKAL
MARVIMQ
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J G. O. MAYNARD
! Architect A Build
er
Wt htrr Ml
Itl.lMI IU - NIB
u
ran nuip in' ney I itrrai work
Mr li. than at nuylhing riki
n,,iul not rvuMtrd, ) 4d tarl
oti ?I'I (M't iiy at hoiiin made by
ili indiKirhija Men, winnn, Uiya
mihI yul atantril rvcryhi.re tba oik
fir ti Ni.r u betiuir t.Vtlv nutht
kikI ioiiii ir.- Adiln I m. . k (' 1 ,
AufiMlii, Mallir
NHW .STORK.
(At the Hcl Cloud Milte)
N where )ou enn set alt Lindi or
merchandise,
audi aa
imv ;oiiis
CuOCFIUFS
HATri.V CAPS HOOT-" .k SHOPH
Ae. Ac Ac. in. Ac
All of which will be vild chiapfurcKh.
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A Mippl of Ml Mill: A. 1.AT11,
Si;iN(iI,i:S, e wa,, nn hand
C. R. POTTER,
nr.r.Hi 1. 11 ,
xi:rkamha
3 7iC
Van nvlc He MiuelNrr.
Plaiferers &. Stonemasons.
We aro 1 ii'pnred in !; rontracta
nnil lo all Limit of worl. in our line at
irnsonahle ptii,". ntUrai'tion guir
ntittol, tod .ill litnl- ol' 'icL ami
griin inkmi in t-xfli'inre lor woik.
ittjT Ciieni woik a specialty.
itr.iK.i.01 n . . Mr.iiiitnUAi
4.1 ly
Red Cloud Mills!
VYs are prepared to do cus
tom vvorlt.
F!::r poc:3 und
C3 IWorA lor Knits
ZJJ aM'.fai-tmn U Nrnniecd
Tiinltty oMI'Mir -oi 11 ami rt-.rnt
H'OBK Kiiiiiu'i- -lioold ! (iHtiieulji
to t orn iho ia- ot eetlwheat.
Potter & Frisbie!
(( bilhr.a NMt-k 111 ovr own totan.
"'ffi (titfii Ireo Non-k Keml
im. il'yiu w.mi n l'i. nf s nt wli'iLh
pi'ra M iit'i'l'lli'l' -x imii tinkn f!l nt
1 n nil tint miii.. tl v.v 'ft., writ" I'O
r irucnli.' i II II a 1 1 irn 1' (' ,
I OUTl.AMi, Maink.
1 0U5 CL'JU lie:.
We will Mind iitirpipur(pii(V$2 0)
wiili riihrr of tliu n'-Iiu.it mil named
bcloir at tlio price aunt .veil.
Ilnrper'H Ma.iiinc, (4 Wf $t 'J3
Wickly, ; 0.1
I a7ar. " 4 t)3
1 liippu.coitV Ma. line. " 173
Appletoii'.i .tcuinil. ($.';))) I 00
Pe i-rson I.j;jzine.J2l.)) It 23
Toledo Hlidu, " 3 2
Siiurl.iv Evening Pot-t, " . ... :t Ou
Puiiiio Fiirmer, " 3 23
Wcli rn llural, " 3 15
Nobr.tla Parmer, "
hi'iiticuuii: and AnvruTirtK
A S 'r.KiiiMt viTrrt Axnnittv-
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BY
ww- kOn B.Harvey
Are 1 spared it all nnei to bote or
drill welN.
H ten K-jvonah'n
INAVAl.t: NK'IPiASKA.
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A IMYSIO'ORICAL
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, 'K-,a f , 1 t,- . . . hrIU.v f. ta tvt khum,
l ' . ' . huulrat WLki,i,,i
Will l( llta'i lur.ilruJ tl t, l.jj
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TIIK
SaTIRDAtE Kc1I
POST.
Til :id. Literary Pajar '.a akI.
indel 1111.
rrt neamctl-Hi In
Prior.
Xak) 2ta AUractire j latraiMtac
TIIK
Which for n ore than ht yeara kaa
ln the beat atorv, aketchea ao4
f.njfljr iiaper in the UniM Htatea. It
ia put IkIioI weekly, containa eight
Uit pae, clearly tinted on goal
paper, filled with tho choieeat aloriea
add keteliea by the beat writer; not
tiMtional lrn!i. but auch a a mother
i willing 10 have her children read.
The w hot' tone of the paper ia pure
and elevating,
It No eontaina Hiatorical and Hie
graphical Articles : .Scientitif, Afrri
rtiltural and llouachold DcpartiDtnta,
Fashion Anicl.' weekly, fieah unea
relied , Huinniou Nnt(4 , Jitcrary
Heriewa, Newa Notea ; Hoy' ami
liirla'L'olumna , and itroog and Hpark
ling KdiioiiaU. eto , cte Iajuat aaeia
a p'iprr aa cverylxaiy I ore a to read.
TZ&XS.
Poitaxe free to any part ef (
l!nii.).l State and Catiadaa.
The J'ott will be mailed 10 any aJ-tlri-i
for one ear $2tx). For lis
month', 11.00
:L?3 3A726.
- ropita $8 (O
" 0 Ort
8 "and 1 ingetitr upofclub.12 W
I- ' IA Oe)
20 ; 20 0f
Artditinna to Clubncan bo made at
any limu atirl at ra:no rati a
The Stiuuli.y evening lnt i aow
1 lie lei and eiieapct lamily paaarr
pubhalietl. Send for a ample cepj
and l.e convinced.
Addie-a all orilet and make all
draft payable to Saturday Keninjr
Poi
720SanaomSt.. Philadelphia, Pa.
TIIK OMAHA
REPUBLICAN
DAILY I10 0()WKI:K!,Y1.V(
I'M'. 1 1AU. POATAIIR rRKfAID.
The D.ut.Y it tho bt edited New,
lmin'i in N.'lnaka and ceutaina tkw
late.t tel'tiraphic, local, atata, and
ciimtacrriil pewa.
Tlio WkKKI.V conlaira tha m.
dei.s'd and completi nnw of the week,
an.t ii the cheapi-at paper nf it aiie im
N'd rtka.
P'Tial Rnfm To Clnbav
Il'-ui.t to C. K. YOST,
Mamcer Hirrtn.iOAN, Omaha, Neb"
"Combinen more attraction that) any
olur." Better Pa jTimea.
aarKIIKAPKST ANH HKST-ai
ctrraoai t.lWli:ailBe
ruiL-;:ni PA?ia rATtniri i
?, A aupplrmrnt will be cirea ia.
(very numher for 1878. coiiiaikiajt a
full-nte i aper pattern for a lady'e ar
child s dieM. Kery aaberibr wilt
reivnrt, durinir the year, twelta af
iliefu patteniNhn that theae aloae will
bewoithmore than the aubKtiptien,
price -4-5
"Petcnon'a Madeline" (aiaiaat
every yar, lOtlOpayea, 14ate platee.
ll'eolotid Itcrlm patierna, V utaai
moth colored fashion plain, 24 paeea
of iDii-ic, and 'J 00 wod euta. It (ire
more for tho money than any ia tbe
world. Iu
iHBILUUO TALIS AKSKCTXUTTIft
Are (he brt publUhed anywhere.
AH the mom popular writer are en
ployed lo write originally fir "P.eer
on.' .Tlmtitnoth f'olorreJ Fash
Ion riatra.
A 'end nr otbera Thee platee are
enxraxed on atrel.twice the uaual eite,
and aru.uiiiivialhd for beaoty.
SISXS (Alyi !n Adntee) $3.CE a
Tear.
Two et'jdea ft. 3 f.0 with a corf
pt; miui;. I icmre (a4S.) "Tin A,
V'Noi Cimimaa,"a Ova dollar ee
eravu'. lothe pron Ketiinc op tha
Uu'i.
Three enpiea fpr $4,ft
Feci .chief .for it bo, with an ciua
r-'iyoi ill.. M,2,x,,IB fur 187R. Ma
piiuilum to the .rron ittinK up ike
IHe copies for S Oil.
Mx ooiiio. Inr $o 0. with hth an
MMoip nt'tli.1 .Maiiswria fof 1H7S
Kinl tin retniuui i.iciKre. a five dollar
Fliilit copies for $12.
F.nirti cophy. for lft.
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