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RED CLOUD CHIEF
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TCHLIFHr.D EVERY TIimtSDAV AT
M. I, THOMAS,
I'flf:ir Htm iVoprJeltir.
"Eternal Vigilance in the price of Liberty." an $1.50 tr i f.c price of the Ilnl Child Chief.
KED CLOUD, WK13STERCO. NKnRASB. THURSDAY, MAY 13, ISSO.
IS. V. tt. R. TiiMC TaSilc
Tukins i-ffcct Sunday. My Ith 1ST9.
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Trull s daily, except Sundcyc.
A.K.Tcjr n. (. VT. HoUrolce
Wn. miinapa-r. Fupl.
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- -VI V THE
i&p ; lei - Wales
2, 380 MILLS OF ROAD.
It ii the MI' MIT uif iiiidAI I'. route bctweea
lit.'! all fit i ,:5T nii.l SOUTH.
ITctt Tcrk, Ihilidcljiia, Bcctcn, 77arc-
iaj.cE, EuSal:, Pnuliiirgh, Citcinn.ti,
Hoztrccj, Tcicsta, tetrr.t, Cleave-
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Greater Facilities I
It oFt-rt the trcrt JitiK public
More Ad varct'ges i
'J lisji 51 ry other i. 1 in tb wcfl.
It i tli.-O.VLY ROAD l,ctw-en
l . Ii ..iillll l IUII
PULLMA2T HOTEL CAES !
lei ii.liiiti'.n to ihcioind to I'IcaFe nil clas50 of
Jmtl-j,it civi.- lllbl ( A MKLSatiU
k Al 1 N O i- A'l 1 .N . at .VJ cents :-ui.li.
3ts Tract is Cteel sZul
It: ccaches arc tho Finest !
Its Eouirment First c!a:s !
Iti1 trair an nil rniij'ied witli with nirlirk,B.
MtlliT e in Irrr! and all modern unirov
l.iti.'.r! :ill of whiili coiul i:.cd.
Terrnii Jcctc: Spcccdl
Ere and cl::o Ccrrccticns !
And rvrrytliii'r n. -nf'iiBer can dcsiic to
uiaLr a journey
QUICK Pleasant & t:).MFOHTAlJLi:!
1 l'ullinan Skcpeis on all Night Trains!
IT is Til r.
People's Favorite Route.
AtC".iil UliiH bo IbnuKii Trains of tno
t"? iraa-i A-Nortl.-tftcrn ani th Lnimi l'a
ci'flli Rtiii7-t8 .trj'ii:tlr..i. arrive Bt inl lire the
Uiiic jjint I Moil llei-tjt.
If you mj'h tb htrt trnvfiinr iipenmr.l-tinn
tcu will bnv tr ti.-l.oipby thi Route ij'Ana
ill mi'-ti. noni: oriiLR.
dll Ticket Agents can sol! tcu Tirorsn
Tici-ts via this F.:ai and chocc usual
2af;asc Free cf Charge.
Om"ji Tipkct M rrr.i V-M rnrnnm . Street,
tVr 11m. avd at I'nion I'.Tifi--Irot.
"o,.r- I 1 HI. i ifKct niUc.-s-for. I'.rodway -n
IViiri -Tf'f. '. A- n'.-W. ly Dci.ot. and
. V liou l,ucilii"rr.TisftT lei-t .
Denvir ,,li'i In '.iorad Ccutrnl anl I cion
I a in- r;-h-t Oft-iop.
8a tri-i t-'-o oab-i 1 Now .'lontsomery St.
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I or u i . iii'vi, ."i.... - -. . - j
tojn.il'.e .n M i.u- Tu-ktt iilict.. a. tlrcra an j
aniitot tnet oiupavy. or
I- AEVXl'T SUGSHT, W. S. STiJiHi.ii,
(Uii 1 y.:iiiaier. fu i i-""
31 2 IS K R SI KOTE2 K5CS,
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MRK. TM crriKni:ib TRADE MARK.
kcj al Clfcti
u:e cf flf-
Itf fore TaUnjr. aw. Iji er After Taking.
Vto9. rijifml L!ttlt. r.lo la the But. DimtrM r
:,lro. rrtoatt-n, OM g. aDi zucbj eiher Disease, that
Valtalcaaity crCeniapxi9a, anjarreciatcreGraT,
CFuH rrtifOlar la eur atnphZet. hi:h we inln to
moi See ty taall to ete- cue. C3Tte Si KiSc Uelktua It
aoM by " ruc;isti at St per f acl.e, or alt racaafw Tr
f er will t at (re. by call oa rex-ipt cf tl Booty by
TUE CBAT HEDICI5E CO.,
Uacsuac'a Block. DiTMtr. llM.
, 2r So!4 in IIoJ Cloud and cvcrjwberc by all
V' GOOD NEWS.
Quick Time 1 Tltrough Trains !
Close Connections ! No Delay !
Burlington Route !
To Chicago and The East.
Lowest rate? of Fare will bs made.
Through Cars will be run from n. Si Jl.Pcinti
in Southern Ncbmska to Chioatrn.
A ten minare counccioa will bo made at Pa
AT CHICAGO close connections will alwayt
be aiado to the cast, southeast ond north. .
Sleeping car berths io$ervel at the Linco'c
ticket office by Telegraph or ,ou application,
from J'SiOuri River to Chicago.
T0 ST. LOUIS AND THE SOUTH.
The bnrlinctou route have a s-ytters of throusb
riespe.rs and close connections between the
Missour' River and St. Louis
Passcugent takinc thi line have the bo.t ol
eiccomniodations. Pullman sleeper. run regu
arly Irom Micsouri River to St. Louis.
TO PEORIA, INDIANAt'OLI CIN
ClNNATI, AND THE
3ThiE isibe onlyrcliablo r.-suta to thesoutb
asU Connections arc ma. c r.t l'coria witii the
T P- & W. and I. b. & V,". Kailroad. for Indin
apoll Cincinnati, Columbus, and all central
pnb sputhem Ohio, Ken.ucy. soutkera Indiana,
2XUn7Cr UAES. Scsi Heals at 75 cents.
- Wfaen you go eat be sure and trsvel ever tbo
51 i M. line if you with to t e SAFE aad cosa
Jorwble and desire to travel speedily.
A E. I017ZALTN, P.LOWELL.
UGn'lianaer. Gon'l Ftx T'ts't
HOLINESS DIRECTOR Y.
O. C. CASE,
TTOUNKY AT LAW. Office one
doo; north of Garbo s store.
fVtlection? made and jirowptlv remitted
y. s. giLham,
ATiOUNKY AN1 COUNSFLOR
A. AT LAW.
OJTu'C one door north of Kalcy Jiro.
RED CLOUD. - - - NEB
W. C. REILLY,
TTORKKV AND COO'SKLOU AT LAW.
AND MGAl EbTATB AOEZT
Ko'l Cloud. Neb.
CProait Attention f.iven to Collection.
Oyncw- xria C. II. rOTTKR. st Red Cioad
Edwin C. Hawley.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. AT LAW.
OfiicP over Farley's Drug Sforc.
attorney and counselor at law.
Juniata, - Nek-
Will rractioc in all tlio Court of the States.
t. . ....i:.n ivon in all htminpa rntrnated
to .means, Oiice on the uut side Juiiita
J. L. KaLKV.
A TTORNKYd AT LAW & REAL ESTATE
Will p'acticn in all the fonrtu in Nebrarica
nnd northirn Kanar; tollect: n' jiroroi-tly at
tended to una corrcsi'iiideiicc folicitcd.
LED CLOUiJ, UobrastJL
Alfo. AcnU Tor 15. & M. R. B. Lar.df.
I. W. TBLLEYS,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
JK30KKlcr. oyor Kaloy Bros. law office.
EF.D CLOUD. 1TZ2P.ASITA
"klbkist a. hall si. d.
RED CLOUD, NED.
Ilavinsrlo'-nted permanently at thin place. I
will cttend to nil cuIIf. day or nUht. Offi- o for
the rresentat i'arlcyVdniK rtt: at nmlit at
bit reMUf nee over Newhoufe't Etore. l'JmJ
Physician and Surgeon,
RtD CLOUD. NEIL
Will i.ay pecitl attention to Obstctrici" and
difen.-e of women -Alro (rcner.il and special
Mircerv. I)iens.M of the P'ye anl bar. JmrKes
iiiodcrkte. 02'u-o over i3bertfr'd Drue .Sturrt.
J. W. MOKAXVll.l.i:. r. K. moranville,
COWLES. SKI. AMBOY. M:B.
COWI.I AM'JOY, NEIi:SKA.
AD profosiional calls will receive our prompt
b? c.wnvronr, Pro.
Fin-t Clsr in every reTpc . Freo 'bu to snd
from all tram.-t. Sample rooms for commercial
nun. (Jive us a trial.
W. . Richardson. S. Garber.
HF.I) CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
IltKhn't market price paid for hoc and cattle.
.T.K.Smith S.C.Smith M.B.Tnomsox.
Prcs. First Nat. C?b. First Late Tiller First
Rank. Uca. trice Nat. Rank Nat. .Dank ucat-
Neb. lieatriceNeb. rue Neb.
jrors & f hompson,
RED CLOUD, KKB.
V(l make collections iu any part of the
UnitVd State Sell eschanRO upon th princi.
pnl eastern oilio Loan money upon improved
farms Rrccivcdci n it suloect to ii;ht draft.
Allow intcre..t ren tiico deposits, and trans
act a general Banking business.
KKFCHiyrKS: Oraaba National Rank. A.
S. To-tdeck, II. .6 Senator; First National Bank
New York, CamriJse Valley National Rank,
CambridSfl New York.
jot". JACOBS. rcorttiKTOH.
TWO DoOltS WEST OF ROY'S HOME.
Keeps on bund the best brand of Wine.
Liquor. Deer. Ale. nnd Spo Cigars. A share of
the public patronage isfolicetcd.
i G. E POTTER,
PROPRIETOR RED CLOUD
And Dealer In
All poods in my Line keni constantly on
hand: and to which 1 invite tno attention of
CS-Alliny old friends and as rcRny new onoJ
a: choose to d j so, are inv iteJ to call.
C. H POTTER.
Feed $ sale Stable,
J. D. Post, Prop. KED CLOUD.
Go to Putnam for thade trees.
! Crown Jewell Patent flour, can always
The best flour in the valley.
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M L THOMAS.
Tilt'U.-OAV, MAY 13th, 1SS0.
St. Paul, Miniiwoia, enjoyed a first
class wind Moral on the 8th of the precrjt
tnonttt, povcral liases were blown to
pieces and a few pr.c'ple killed.
I'aldwin and Taylor were indicted by
tho Adama counly Grand Jury hat week
for ihc uiurdfir of Vocuni and the burn
ing of the B. & M. depot at If amines
hst Novcuibcr, and will be tried im
mediately. A Negro in Kentucky became imbued
with emotional religion, and while in this
happy Mate murdered two of hi.s children
and concealed tho bodies in tho houe.
The officers haJ a hard itrugglo to arrest
the religious (!) drky.
Gen. Grant and Gee. aheridnn have
notified the comtuittce of the Wi."con!in
Soldier's He-union that they will attend
the re-union, June 5th, remaining during
the 'Jth and 10th. Gen. Gnat will be
accompanied by his family.
Lincoln City and Ltncastcr held
their primaries last Saturday and like
Ucd Cloud, elected Grant delegates.
The Soldier boys will vote tho way they
rihot, and arc almost to a unn in favor
of their old commander. Republicans,
who at henrt aro Mill democrats, and
who changed their politics for policy sake
don't like the idea of Grant beim; the
next president. Tlwy didn't like for him
to whip the reba ia 1S05, but he did it
all the same.
The case of Whutakcr, the colored
cadut at West Point has caused a good
deal of trouble in military circles, and
the question us to who committed the
outrage is yet unsolved. Ii seems very
plain, however. tJmt a majority .of the
cadets at West Point did not like the
idea of colored gentlemen being educated
to hold commishions.in the United States
army, and moreover they did not like the
idea of being compelled to associate with
Ethiopians, so they cropped the nigger's
THS OSPHAN CHILDISH.
Mr. KditoK. Pli'rtso let us through
your paper extend our heartfelt thanks
to the railroad eninpnmestinil travolitig
publie for tho kindness shown us, in
assisting us while bringing IS Oqihan
children from tho Southern Tier
Orphans' Home, ofElmira, N. Y., to
homos in Nebraska. Starting from
Kltnira tin the 5:-l() train A. m., we
found the little ones all excited, and
after bidding teachers and friends good
bye we settled down to husinc'.s. Miss
Emma .1. Curtis, of Oswego, N Y..
taking little Ella Spencer, the youngest
girl from the teachers, we bade them
adieu and sped on our way. A few of
the little fellows becoming sea sick,
thvcw up "Jonah" or poor candy. We
hid our hands full at first, but the
children were very patient and obedi
ent. Arriving at Hutfalo, we found our
way to the Canada Southern depot, by
the aid of kind Agents, who were dis
patched to assist us Through the
kindness of Mr. Tut Seeley, D. I). Cur
tis, J J. Curtis Mr. Miller and Canada
Southern K.Il. and others, our baggage
wa checked through to lied Cloud.
Neb. A Michigan Central car dis
patched from Detroit to Buffalo for our
benefit. The conductor at first did not
appreciate our situation, hut on our
showing Mr. Miller a eard all was right.
We rode through woods, one little fel
low did not want to go to bed, said ''he
saw a builhlo run out of the woods."
lVnplc seeing them often enquired,
"What are these?" but afterward went
away in tears. Arrived at Chicago in
the morning, we tiled into the waiting
room, and as we hail 2 hours to wait
for the train, I myself with little Frankie
leading the van, and Miss E. J. Curtis
bringing up the rear with little Ella,
the people looked upon our little
family in utter astonishment, and in
quired, are all these yours? Yes! was
our answer, and more in Nebraska.
Several begged for Frankie Coon, they
must hive him. The C. Ii. fc Q; agent
showed us our car, and we had one
third cf ri car to ourselves, friends wore
very kind, gave apples etc. to the
children, wanted to do something re
ligious, as we western people say. The
children gazed over the great prairies
with wonder and saw no mountains, or
hills in view. We telegraphed ahead
for fresh supplies of milk whenever
needed. Arrived at Burlington in the
evening, put up beds for the children
as usual by placing the cushions across
two seats, and packing the liUte fellows
in 4 and five in each bed, like sardines
in a box. Miss Curtis took two of the
children with her ta the sleeping car,
and secured a good rest. At morning
v.c found ourselves at Pacific Junction,
where kind friends helped us cliange
cars, and away we went over the Big
Muddy (Missouri river) into Nebraska,
wnere a few years ago it was said the
Lord never went. N'wm finds us at
Lincoln, where we find friends who arc
very much interested in our little flock-
The children are good and well behaved
but are getting tired and restive and
vw allow thiu muff lilwrty. Eveniiu
fimL- u at Iti-d Cloud on time, with
kind frit'iiiLi to mo-t i.
Great credit i- due the conductors
and breaksnien of th' rilrwd com
pnuii,for the kindm and targe hr :trt-edne--
which thy chowed u mII Along
the trip. And on th whole, it . a
pleasant trip, one long to In rePH-m-lerd.
All have our loi wMi- f.r
their uceet-. and future wellfare.
Such U Mr. Potter- account of the
journey. En-tern papers (Hlmirn Daily
Advertiser, and I).ily Free Press) took
a very favorable notice f thi- enter
prise of Mr. Potter, piibli.-hiug very
full and flattering accounts of the -ante,
name- and antecedent-; Of the children,
the hime.- from which they were Liken,
the kindne-.- nd Itlrulity T its
officers, and alro of friends, m ftiau-h-iug
the railroad fare, and alr-o in pro
viding . amply for the children sus
tenance and comfort on their long
journey, from which we would fain
publish large e.xtniet, did our. -pace this
week permit. The idea that these
children are the offspring of profligate
nnd criminal parent U entirely errone
ous, false and unfounded, as the verv
looks of the little ones attest. To the
authors of this undertaking, Mr. J. (t.
Potter and lady anil Miss Curtis, which
will furni.-l) .-o many forlorn little wait
ca.-t by the decease of their parents on
the broad bosom of the Fatherhood
Divine, with a new parentage and a
new home, and furui-h many a child-le-s
couple with an object of affection,
to care for and cherilt, whoc aching
yearning hearts will bo soothed and
cheered, whoc hoartlistone will be
brightened and beautified by the prc
seme of youthful life and love, greater
credit is due than can at pre.-ent be
realized. To the future iuim they look
for their reward. But they mu-"t ret
assured, that God'- peculiar benediction
will re.-t on thoe who will thu act in
the interest of hisfatherhood and love,
on behalf of the little one?, who are
peculiarly the objects of the same.
Blessed are they for they shall be re
warded at the redirection of the
Pawnee City has revoked tho license of
her only saloon.
Iron on the 11. V. IL It. is Did within
a mile of Indiunola.
The railroad traders are working all
along tho line, from Genoa to rft. Ed
A Pleasant Home, Polk county man,
has planted a fivo acre vineyard thU
The population cf Merrick county hag
increased from 561 in 1870 to over G'hJO
ThcS. C & P. nilroad-will build 7f
miles of road north from Nelhrh this S
Work on the railroad bridge noar St.
Paul over tho Loup will bs completed
Platte Center people toil to the en 1 of
making that tovfn tho county seat of
The Cass County Agricultural Society
has raised a subscription for ihe Phtts
tuouth fair grounds.
A farmer living near Valparaiso ha?
thirty-one pigs, tcven mouths old, that
weigh 2.10 pounds each.
Thc Eikhnrn valley immigration asso
ciatioa has approved the review prepared
for it anJ it will soou be put forth.
Ihe Burt county News Tekatnah. is
the latest juunmlUtic venture ami makes
a neat appearanue. It is democratic in
Ohio centlemcn are refitting and rcna
volating the Wahoo steam grist mill and
will erect a large elevator iu conncct.on
The Nebraka City fair groands are to
be considerably improved by the erection
of a grand stand and floral and agricul
A man in Colfax Precinct, Colfax Co ,
has found what is suppos-cd to be cold
quartz. A nugget the size of an almond
has been found.
Loup City declares that it. will have
either the B. & M.or the U. P. U. H.
within several months. Surveyors are
now surveying in that directoon.
Larjie numbers of young cattle for th
Niobrara stock ranches, have been ship
ped this pring ovet the Milwaukee &
St. Paul road to Niobrara.
In the West Cedar valley, Antelope
county, claim jumping has become s-o
frequent that the nefarious practice wi 1
be stopdud by lynching if uothing else
The low stago of water prevents the
transportation of freight across Missouri
at Blair. For some time CO c?rs of corn
have been standing on the west tido of
tho river waiting shiptirent.
The proprietors of Oxford have receiv
ed orders from the railroad company to
stop building in that toCn and to move
all the buildings from tho south side of
the track to th'e north side.
It is said that in Wheeler and Greelez
counties the wheat and oats have pprouud
but little, and the winds hao eypoiea
the grain, and it is being rapidly devour
ed by the thousand of prairis chickens.
The Lincojn Journal tells of the acci
dent and miraculous escape that befell a
little girl living eight miles north of that
city. She fell isto a well sixty fivo feet
deep, at the bottom of Which were two
old buckets, but she was taken out uu
injured. Orleans Republican: The material i.s
all ordered for the bridges acrsi the Re
publican riyer at this point and no doubt
it will be but few days before Orleans
will be connected with the south and west
side of the river with two oF the be.-t
bridges there is rn the west.
In Dundy county, at tHe forks of the
Republican rivet, there is a new town
zi-uu-iiifc fuiu ciisicijce, inu nas men
named "Elmer," in honor of Jude
Dundy. This new town already has a
store and a postotEce. and pives unmis
takable evidence of becoming riite a
place, s it osdoabted'y will be the coan
ty teat, and ezpecta sooa to have the
The preeent prairie Sres south cf the
Pbtte originated in Colorado and swer
between the Republican and the F.'site!
to a poiutca3t of tort McPherson. The
old grass is all burned except patches
here and there &long the bottoms, enough
to sustain tlre.catile tmt:i new crass grows
on the burned ground. Many cattle were '
burned. Ooe man lost 100 head in this
way. Even anfelops we're fonnd burned
to death after the fire passed over. In
some cases cattle were seen running be
fore the fire. i
AM A TVZ.I. I i.vk or
.VIjSo A ItUT tL4
Ic Cream Parlor,
Win re on -an alwa s
get a nicij di.-h of re t 'renin utlrirg
A share f the public jmtroitage is
respectfully oHitHl. Firl dor
south of Mitchell it Morhurl'".
Bed i'wi:ii, - - Nehraski.
of all kiri'ls.
They .J1 CHEAP for CASH, nn-1 if they
hit not wh.il yuu want. Irav.. your
order itail tLcx will fill it.
GALL ON THEM
One rloor north of Garler', au-I Mr.HOLCOMB
will wait ou you. mprltf
ItED CT.OUD. NEi).
C O 1 E
DRY LUMBHlt A SPECIALTY.
THK 115J8T I?f THP, AlAItKKT
Nottl at I.oivi'st Zrlrfn
$mm & $Mm
RED CLOUD KEB.
PROUDFIT & MARSH,
(l EX KRAI. DEALERS IN
GUiicJc ItOck, - Ieh.
Kvcrything uuclly kept ia a first cla?j
come and sec us as we
will not be
isasurerore for fparin. rplint. curb", callonn.
jpralni. wellins. gxVs Umeaen'and allenlir
rneDt of the joictc orl'-rabs. It trill cotnr-tetely
renjore a bonojpavin withoat bli'terinsror cns
ins; a rore. It it also a. food for man u for ben.t
and is netl full trecsth.at all fine of the year
with perfect safety. A ctrrejirhieh w are know
ing tjs a ieroa wh rafered 15 years with a
irip-Jotat lamena an.l wa rermaoently cure
two yrars oo with KcnIIlipavia v-ure. Re
xaeinber we claim it will care a bone 5r-in a&I
completely rtiaove th-i bnncb wihoat biisterictf.
SUteseat IJide Uzier Cith.
To whom it may enetmr-In tbo r?ar 1575 1
treated with Kendall's Spav'n Care a base spar
in of ievtral iaoath Krowth. nearly half a? lar?e
as a LeuV b. and completely stoppvi Oc Iac:-
nes? ana Pctnorea tae eatarpement. 1 nave
wot ked the hcre ever since very hard, and he
never ha bee lame, nor could I ever ee any dif
ference n the ?ise ot tho hock joinu since I
treated kirn with Kendall's Sparm Cur.
Enesbarrfi Fall?. VcFb.-SU 1ST3.
Stots and subcr bed to be!', re rae ms23th day
cf Kb. A. D. 1S7S. JODJVG.JKXXB.J.P.
OZex at C. S. nssrehall. western iisL of JHch.
r x- ... .Kalanjijoo Apr.LSth. 15.
'. KexdalU l.nsb3rj;h Fall?. Vt. Dear
irr I reciifed the two a at tie? ot ftrr Spina
wi.-r ;rwiwat or tipwjj ia January las'. I
am hawp x state thai tiat it p-rfensed all your
adveruieaeLcaaedfur. Ia tiree wek after
lcoxmejcedvikxittheaparia was entirely n
TaoTed asrf rataaole aor restored to utnll
Bfe. Very tniljr jour.s JOIIN PARKKK.
Se&l tirtss for Hlstntd circular. which we
unnfc ?iTcy roihir proof of iu virtues, ha rea
eddy ha ever met wi:b sack unqualified suceea
to our knowledge, for beast as weU as man.
Price. SI. per bjtUe.ur six NcKtlte for S5. ail
pfccociars have jr or can cet it for you. or it will
be s;at to any jaddr3 on receipt of price by the
proprietors, B. J. KENDALL X CO.
r. . . Kcoiborsh falls Vt.
C,- F.- Goon Va ?. Air t. Osraoa 2 eb. 7-27-lr
IF YOU WANT FARM MACHINERY,
REMF.MBHR 'I'M AT
Have Jusi Received the laargest
EVER BROUGHT TO THE
-A-iid Also Tlie Celebrated
Champion Reaper and Mower.
& LARGE STJPPIST OF
And the Largest Lot of
ISIEXiX, ASI HEAVY BASftWABE
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VYo have the Largest
Stock in tho Valley and will
not be undersold.
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