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RED CLOUD CHIEF
rUT.LIfHED EVERT THURSDAY AT
2SS CLSTC, K22EASSA.
M. L. THOMAS,
"Eternal Vigilance Is the price of Liberty rand SloOaycar h the price of the lied Cloud hief.
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1SSQ
TZ-i:'':- 51.50 a jcir if paid la Airasce.
n ?. v vs-.
K. V- R- R- Time TaWe.
"akin eject Sondar. May 4th IsT'J.
T 3 u daily, except Sunday.
- 1 Iwmlin. fi. W. HoMredre
Chisago ft M-Wiiln
2, 330 IDLES OF EOAD.
It . he SHORT ure and SAFE route between
iwint EAST and NORTH.
rc-tresl, Tcrcstc, lezrsit, CleaTe
It oCrrs the travtlicjc public
1 ban any other road in the west.
In tlieO.VLY ROAD between
-I Oimcil ISIulTW and Chicago
t pn which in ren
rrLLMAH HOTEL CABS !
.tion to their and to j.leate all classes of
. it dive? FIKST ULAS? .MMWai ua
I ' a I'Al I Ns. at 50 cent ach.
7-i:ii Steel 2ai
la reaches are tie Fisest !
Its Zqcijtaest Firrt class !
n are all Kjuipped with with airbrake.
!' OcupW! and all modern imrrov--.
c-t'I all of which combined.
i r . -vcrythinr a. pa'Njpjrrr can desire to
make a journey
. "( K. Pleasant & COMFORTABLE!
1 -"--n Sleeper- on all Night Trains!
IT l THE
P::rle's Favorite Route.
ncil Bluff the Thnxish Train of the
- . Nflith-Wcitrn ana the Union Pa
way, depart froui. arrive at md use the
-,i Union Dcj'Ot.
. rh the rt travelinc accommodations
nv -rour tick.sii' by this Route -And
, I ltl NONE OTHER.
' 2. Agents can sell jzz Thrcrga
:. a"tiis Seal asi checi usnal
2assa;e Free cf Charge.
" ket rnrss 132 Farnarc Street.
U.i. and at Union PaciGc Iejt
t 'uCs Ticket Offiee or. Ilrndway ancl
-trcet. C 1- -W. R'y Depot, and
al'acifu-Tran-frr Depnt. .
t 2rrIn Olorado Central and V. nion
f:c Ttck-t Offire. .
arco t'fficc 2 New Montgomery bt-
" ruitinn. fiMcrs. mar-,
-j Il.tne lickit Offices,
etc . uot oo
kI.f Company, or
Manager. aM- -.'"-
Bs, to, Sbwb Si ABericu
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
''v.E WAK. ts umifuii TRADEMARK.
bq&...hc caff '
..-x - w
? "riiiiK i3j;i,,,F"
. -eTaVinc. s.- .,'ji.r inr1i':M.
y ialfW.1 I !-n-l. r,l ls!lBf D!icr-irf
- P m.r 14 At. nl icibt oth-r n .f tt
,.;"- , t-r'-,,r . -.r. .--. e7""-;-'8ei!w,'l
,.,-!. t--r' ' J' r ?'"-. .r ,Sl p'"J- lf
, ,, i bl ft-. b taU s r-vctf t f ti a-T bj
' ""'inE GU4T JIErnE CO..
Mcanca CuCK. D.narr. Mttv.
s-:ld in Rci Clocd and everywhere by all
G OOD ZSrEWS.
isick Time 1 Through Trains I
C 5se Connections ! No Delay !
7. Chicago and The East.
- -ft rates of Fare will be made.
.- h Cars will be run from B, Jt Jl. I omtf
uMern Nebraska to Chicago,
en minutes connection, will be made at i a-
'eii minutes connection, win ob u, ..
HICMlO close connection? will alwayi
t? e W me rsi.wuw" j- - J
2Ll." .-....,! Ur T.?ninT?!
r i i, in t a-
- - - ficcby Telegraph ,or on applicaUon.
v -" " r-pouri River to Chicago-
; fc ;. LOUIS AND THE SOUTH.
- - "riington route have a systcas of through
eV -" and close connections between tne
m r - River and St. Louis
i-"cr.ecn taking ihi. line have the best ot
e. .latndations. Pullman sleeper. run regu-
- r trua Missouri River to St. LK)Uii.
'V 1'EOBIA. INDIANAPOLIS, CIN
" ClNNATI, AND THE
iK?-'--is is the enly reliahlts route to the.south
, i anneciions are mace at Peoria, with the
-'p v. adI. b. W. Railroads for Indian--;
"Cincinnati. Columbus, and all central
sSb sluLnern Ohio. Ken-.ucy. soutkera Indiana,
" ;5irnT!5 CASS, ffwi ls a 75 certs.
v-un Tun eo east be sure and trsvel ever tb
n VrhM yhne if a Lh f SAFE and coxn
vVb'e and desire to travel speedily.
. TOTIZAlxl. I' '-u;'-"-
O. C. CASE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office on
doo: north of Garbe's tore.
BED CLOTO, S22
Oollectiona made and promptly remitted
T. S. GILHAM,
fORNKY AND COUNSE1
Ojjic. rnir. floor north of Kaley Jirox.
RED CLOUD,- - - NEB
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
AND RKAL. tBTtTE OeZT
Red aond. Neb.
Pronjpt Attention Oiven to Collection.
OrriCK- with C. II. TOTTER, at Re Cloud
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drug Store.
AND COUNSELOR AT
Will practice in all the Court of the State.
Prompt attention given to all burineM entrusted
to hw care. Ofl.ce on the eat nde Janijta
H- s. Kai.kv.
C. VV. Kaikt,
Red Cloud. Neb.
J. L. Kalkt.
A TTOUSEl'S AT LAW i REAL ESTATE
Will practice in all the Court in NebrwVa
and northern Kan'iu cilleetionj promptly at
tended to and correspondence solicited.
SED CLOTO. Kebrask.
Alio. Apents for R. A M. R. E. Land?.
" i. w.Tcixiirs,
U. S. Pension Snrgeon.
IOffice over Kaley Rros. law office.
BED CLOTO. HESSASSA
ELBERT A. HALL, Ifl. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
RED CLOUD, NE11.
Havinir located permanently at thi place. I
will attend to all call, day or mtht. Offi, e lor
the present at Knrl-y' druc ftore: at nutbt at
hie re-iarnce over ewhotjie s Store. lS.mi
j. in. wosex a. m. d.
Physician and Surgeon,
R&D CLOUD. NEB.
Will pay special attention to Obstetrics' and
diea.e of women Abo general and special
sunrery. Diears of the Eye and rar. harjea
moderate. OHice over Sherer's Drug toi-
J. AV. MOUANVII.l.K,
l-OWU A AMItUY, NEKRAKA.
All pnfciionil calls will receive our prompt
and careful attention. mb
F C.WimTOJir, Pro.
KED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Fir-t CIhm in every repecL Free 'bn to and
from all train. Sample rooms for commercial
men. Give ns a trial.
W. . Richardoa. S. Garber.
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Hichcst martet price raid for ho and cattle.
I E Smith S. CSmrn M.B.Tnomso!C.
Pni.FirftNaU Oa-h. First LateT-ller Firjt
Rank. Beatrice Nat. Bank NaUnank aeat-
Neb. Beatrice Neb. rieeb.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
iv:n maka crvll-rtion? in any part of the
United States Sell exchange upom the princi
pal eastern oitie Loan money upon improved
farm Receive depo'ita subject to sicht drafts
Allow interest upen timedepoats, and trans
act a general Ranking business.
REFCRKSres: Omaha National, Bnk. A.
S- PaJdeck. U. -S Senator; First National Bank
New Yrk, Camhrilge Valley National Bank.
CambriJEC New York.
.toe ljACOPS. rsopRirroK.
I JOE. JACOBS. rsorwrroK,
!-n'o dooks wbst of bot's home.
Keeps on hand the best brand ot me.
Liquors. Beer. Ale. and fine Cigars. A share of
the public patronage is soliccted.
TROrRIETOR RED CLOUD
And Dealer In
All goods in my Lire kept constantly on
hand: and to which I invite the attention of
-ss-All mv old Cricnd and as many new OBM
, rhoo to do so. are invited to call.
C. H POTTER.
JFeetf 4 Si7 Stable,
J. D. Post. Prop. RED CLOUD.
Go to Pat nam for fchade trees.
Crown Jewell Patent Soar, can always
be had it the fetore of Chas. E. PntDtm.
Tbs best floor in the valley.
Tallest Man and Woman
INTERESTING FACTS CONCERNING THE
ISTXLLIOENT COUI'LIC DESCRIP
TUE GIANT'S CASTLE THEIR JTRNITUKE
THE CLOTHES THEY WEAR
EJOHTY YARDS OF SILK IN
THEIR THEORY ABOUT GIANTS. A DE
VOUT CHURCH MEMBER THEIR
BRIDAL TOUR BtFOEE
fSt. Loij Stolx DeaaocraU April 2S:h.
For Mme time pan the public mind h ,
boonexated by the wondrol rtonw
which the newspapers of the country
have published about a remarkable
coup:e, saiu to ue uie ia.ie .nu ...gc..
iia r m. i i a la iiibi a
couple and asceitain the truth in regard ,
to them for the benefit of our readers ,
It was no imi hob. and it ma?t be ac-
r . V , , '. iif .:! A.
K00.wa'E. --, .1. r:.i " "Tr riJ:; J
detailed to tackle any such weighty eub-
ptneuce mc " "-" ... . ,
From the report?, it was expected to
nnd two very fleshy people of large tat
ure, po many of whom arc advertised as
wonders, but who are. in fact, monstrosi-
ties, their immense aeveioyuienis uemg .
--.-. , . .. !.:..
the re.-ult of disease. No more fallacious I
idea coala be loruieu, nowever, auuwucji
the reporter, after having pent in his
card wis politely ushered into the pres
ence of Captain and Mrs. Bates, he found
himself comfronted by two as perfectly
Formal gentlefolks as he had ever fceen.
The nrt imprest in was one pi awe. anu
it occurrea to tne inierviewer a iumu iuai
half the truth had not been toU. A
feeling of insignificance overcame him,
and he appeared to sink to the lilliputian
TINY JACK THE OIAST KILLER,
that historical personage so dear to the
juvenile mind. Having recovered from
astonishment, the polite and courteous
greetings were acknowledged. Captain
Bates remarked as he extended his hand,
that "he was an admirer of the pres."
and he fully demonstrated his affections
for it when he allowed his ono hundred
square inches of palm to envelop the in
Mgnificant member of ita representative.
.Mrs. Bates received with a stately, court
ly bend of the body, learned probably in
the halls of royalty, and it is feared that
the reporter awkwardly recoiled, as her
towering form yielded, from an uncons
cious fear that something was about to
fall on and cruh him.
But a brief description of these re
markable people must be given in order
that some idea may be gained of bow they
differ from ordinary mortals. Captain
Martin Van Buren Bates was born in
Whitesburg, Letcher County, Kentucky,
November 'Jth, 1846. He is seven feet
eleven and one-half inches in height, and
weighs 47.S pounds. His father was
about fix feet tall and his mother was a
ledy of ordinary stature. He was the
youngest of twelve children, seven boys
and five girls, and the tallest of his fam
iiy. except himself, was a brother killed
at Vicksburg during the war, and who
was six feet and two inches in hight. No
cases of extraordinary size have ever been
known in any of his ancestors, and his
axtraordinary developments must be
viewed simply as a freak of nature, as it
oannot be accounted for on any scientific
Nature, as usual, did not propose to do
things by halves, and in 1S49 Miss Anna
H. Swan was born in Colchester county,
Nova Scotia. As the sequel shows, she
was intended as a
COMPANION FOR THE BIG BOY.
Her parents were rather small sized
people, her father being but five feet and
tour inches in height and one hundred
and forty-five pounds, while the mother
was five feet and two inches, and weighed
one hundred and ten pounds when in
robust health. She had three brothers
and five sisters, all of ordinary size, and
no other cafe of remarkable growth has
ever been known among her progenitor..
Mrs. Bates was as tall as her mother
when six years of age, but she continued
to shoot cpward until to-day she is ex
actly the same height as her husband,
seven feet eleven and one-half inches, her
weight being four hundred and thirteen
Both the lady and gentlemen are per
fectly proportioned, every member corres
ponding and aiding tn produce a sym
metrical but colossal fieure. When the
reporter called. Mrs. Bate, who is an
exceedingly fine looking lady, was dressed
in a handsome bluesilk, cut in the most
fashionable style, with bands of delicate
white lace at the throat and wrists. She
wore a quantity of very elegant jewelry,
and her hair was dressed high, thus mak
ing her appear taller than her stately
lord. Captain Bates is
A TERFECT APOLLO IN FIGURE,
and quite a Chesterfield in manners. He
ha a frauk pleasant face, giving clear
indications of the massive heart within
him. He affects only a neatly waxed
mustache, his broad cheeks giving evi
dence of a close intimacy with a keen
A TALK WITH THE GIANTS.
Capt and Mrs. Bates are people of
more tLan average intelligence, end show
that they hava improved the opportuni
ties they have bad for acquiring informa
tion of people and places during their
"Do you think you have stopped grow
ing. Captain?" asked the reporter.
Lapt. "Well, 1 hope I have. 1 have
reached the height of my ambition, and
have got things perfectly well fixed to
enjoy life as I am now."
liep. "Were you brought up to any
frtf taT am TnAn il pwmy ' T
was brought up on a farm, and now I own
one myself at Seville, Medina county,
Ohio. I have cne hundred and sixty-two
acres in fine dupe, and take great pride
Bep. "Yo have
A GLVXTS CASTLE
Capt. "Yes, we have a pretty good
house; the lower story is twelve and one
half feet in height, aad the epper one
twelve feet. Our doorways are eight and
one-half feet Ligh. while ordinarily they
are selden over six and one half."
Bep. "Of course yor foraitve eon
paies with the building?"
Capt. "la every room we kave chairs
for my wife and ayself, bat of coarse we
have ordiBarv furniture for our frieads
&nd servants. Our owa furniture was I
people in toe wur.u. ou e.-.-, ue iboal No j- an(J made fof
eteirt$p?mehjmznin Seville. My hat are
as it was learned hat Capt Mates j a nine, my collars twenty-five
and lady were making a tour of the e,t . d ;f ,ove9 were
a reporter of the Globe Democntra paused they would run up to at let
HUTmtrhed to interwied the eicantic 5 .. v i... .t . i.- -:.w
made epecil!r for u by Herndon, of
Cleveland. The bedntemd i eifbi fett
and four inches lonjc. and 6re feet six
incne wide. Tht chair?, bureau, wah
sunds. and. in fact, eTcrytni0? corres'
ponds We experience a eTfeat deal of
inconvenience when traTcHec. on account
nf the diminutive fciie of tbe ordinary
furniture. I took a fancy to a rprinz bed,
and had one made at Hartford. It is a
Rep. "'Where have you been nee
vo left the fru.?"
Z Capt. "I served in the Fifth Kentucky I
infantry dannf; the war. Confederate,
you know, but it wuj one of the bravest
brirades the world ever uw. Since then
I have been amusing myself mostly
travelinz about looking at little tueu and
,. . .,v. . t.:. ti :. , .
Lant. Tot a bit. I here h not a
sinjcle garment or article I u.e but what
. - -. , Pciallv for mc Mv
trousers in fact. You
bb a 4 m w nil 1 V ! A
. .. ,, . ,. , r .... ,-, .
t " " i'K"i iur ujcii ui uiuiuaii rii-j,
Pr of pants, for me consume, an immen.e I
ouantitv. unle-s the nan runs both ways.
My wife says it takes a boat
TIIKKK TIMR A MIV1! CLOTH
for my clothe as for men of the usual
Kep. "Captain, doe your strength
correipond with your ?ize?"'
Capt. "I thiuk it would if I develop-
Kep. "DM you ever hear of any per
son as large as yourself?
Capt "No, sir. 1 am satisfied that 1
THE LARGEST MAN IN THE WOKI.H,
and probably as large as was ever born.
j haVe devotej
much tune to studying
subject, and I am pati-fied that there
never existed a race nf giants, as is claim
ed. There h actually nothing to cor
roborate the theory. They claim that
men of gigantic stature are vouched for
by the Bible. I claim that wc know
nothing of their bare of measurement,
and that the standard has increased rinco
thoe times, so that a cubit might have
been a very small measure of length."
Rep. "Mrs. Bates, I presume your
large family enjoys good health?"
Mrs. B. "Excellent."
Rep. "I presume that you arc the
talle-t lady in the world?"
Mrs. B "While ire were abnad the
most emiucnt phyicuns and scientists
assured me that tbero was never before a
lady within eighteen inches of my
Rep. "Excuse my inqui-itiveness, but
how many yards of silk are there in the
dress you wear?"
Mrs. B "Well, this is rather scant,
there are only sixty five yards in it. My
full evening reception dres requires
EIGHTY YAM OK MATEKIAI-"
The reporter did not become too in
quisitive, being exceedingly modest,
hence he left many questions that sui:
gested themselves for the ladies to ask
when they attend the reception in this
city. However, he iaw the tiny tow of a
dress boot peepine from under her skirt,
and mentally decided that it would be
called a narrow twelve.
Rep. "I suppose that you have your
special pew in church?"
Capt. B. "Yes indeed. We have a
nice new Baptist church at home, and
have had seats constructed for us. My
wife is a member of the church, and a
very devout Baptist."
Bep, I beg pardon, Madame, but
did they baptiae you in the river?"
Mrs B. "No, indeed, sir. I was
immersed in the baptistry."
THEIK WEDDING AND PRESENTATION TO
Of these events the gentleman and lady
gave a very interesting account. The
wedding took place on June 17, at St.
Martin's Church, Trafa'gar Square Lon
don. A a bridal tnur they visited the
"Star and Garter Hotel," a few miles
fiom the city, and parsed two days in
that fashionable and expensive retreat.
"It is a fine place, oaid the Captain.
"Our bill was over seventeen, pound,
and it was as long as my arm, every inci
dental being put down, I hav it framed
On returning to London they found an
order from the Queen awaiting them,
requiring them to present themselves at
Buchingham Palace at one o'clock on
the 21st. They had previousl appeared
before the Prince of Wales and thc mem
bers of the Masonic Lodge, of which he
is a member, and it is probable that he
had arou-ed his mother's curiosity by bis
description of them.
At the appointed time they were
graciously received, there being present
the Princesses Louise and Beatrice, and
Princes Arthur and Leopold, besides
lords and ladies. The Queen was some
what reserved, but asked them how they
liked the country and grvernment com
pared with those of America. She made
them both bridal gifts. The Captain re
ceived a tnas.ive gold striking watch, the
case weighing nine ounce?, and the entire
watch over a pound, while with the im
mense neck chain the whole weighed over
three pounds. The bride was presented
with a splendid diamond clust-.r ring,
containing seven white jewels.
Rep. "How did you enjoy the inter
Capt "I was thinking all the time
how I was to get out, as I had ben told
that I must back out bowing. But we
were much relieved when the Uueen
arose and passed out of a side door with
m meefol nod. We were inrited twice
aiterwara.o, wnen tne tueea eiucuu
desired to exhibit u to some of her rela
tions, and ebc was then very cordial."
The reporter suggested that everything
would have to move on a grander Kile in
the world if there was to be a race of
giants such as they.
'Yes," responded the Ca
1 D" .
The interview is intensely interesting
and we are elad that the community at
large will have an opportunity to ee and
converse with these immeoseand highly
intelligent nembers of the human family,
on Monday Jaae 7th, when they will
visit Red Cload. with W. W. COLES
GREAT CIRCUS AND MENAGERIE
holding their levees both aftersoon aad
By the Hndersigned at his residence
in Inavale Precinct- Xeb one red and
one red and
White yeaning Steer, which the Owner
can have bv proving property and pav-
ing charges'. G.W. foicro
re me diuu iruuuic wuu
Hz? 1st, 18S0-
AND A FULL U.NK OF
A I J-J A HU.-T C1.V-:
Ice Cream Parlor.
Whero you ran alwa
nii-e li.h of Ic- C'rcani dunnc
A -li:ir of tin publir jwitrimn;; i-
rcpei-tfully rohritil. Firt dr
-outh of Mitchell A- Morhart'-.
Bed ("ujt't, - - Xkbkv-kv
u a 8 swaii
of all kinds.
They sell CHEAP for CASH, and if they
have not what yoa want. Iear yuur
order and they will fill it.
CALL ON THEM
One dojr north of Garber'. and Mr. HOLCOMB
will wait ou you. aprltf
RED CLOUD. NE13.
For 1 oar
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
TEE 11KXT IU THR SIAKKKT
ft Id it I.awet 1'riee
RED CLOUD NEB.
PROUDFIT L MARSH,
GENERAL DEALERS IN
H.ino n9.i i: e
Guide ROck, - Rein
Everything usually kept in a Ant elaM
come ana see us as we
will not be
wfi wKk m
1 S zj o
K E s
p 2 2
it a tcrv cure for rparfa. f rlint. etrb. eallon?.
epraias. welli3ps. rH Umenea and aJleniars
mtnu of th joint" or limbs. It will eomple-.ely
reaore a bone'parin wjthont bIi.:enccorcao-
in; a sore. It U alo a. sood for man a. for twaf t
aaIi md fall nrer.rth.at all sisa of the year
; ff ZS&SSZXriZSr
hirrjomt lamenesaml wa permaoeatly care
two years oyo witn" KenlISpaTin cere- Re
mesber we claim it will eire a bone parin aai
completely remove the bnaeb wihost blisterisr.
SUterurt ads Uider Ca.
To wb it way caetrzz In the year 1573 I
treated with KeadaJIV caria Carea boe;aiT-
! in of srriral month" rrowrh. nearly half as larre
as a hen' eca. aad completely (topped the last
neaa and teasored the enlarremeat. I haTe
wotked the horse ever since very hard, aad he
erer bat bee lame, nor eontd I erer see any dif
ference in the sixe of the hock jotall tiace I
treated Sua with Kendall's Spavin Cera.
Enbarrk Fall. Vt. Feb -JSth 13.
j Sworn aad sabsenbed to before a;e tht 25th day
OCce of U. S. aarswall. western list, of JTieh.
Kalaaazoo Apr. Iota. iSTS.
B. J. KeadalL. Enosberrb Fall. Vr. Dear
Birr I reecJTos the two bottles f woar sparin
Cere forwarded by exvres ia Jaaaary last. I
aai aapp to state that ta&t itperSaraed all year
adrertkeaezit called for. Ia three weeks after
I coeseaced asiag it the pvin war eatireiy r
wtOTei aad a raiaable horse rortorad to overall
na. Vary traly yoara. JOUX PABKKU.
Seat a wire for ill watratci circular, which wc
thiak aires posttir proof of itsTirtaes. 5srea
eddy hai erer met with foah caaaaiiSed saaces
to OIr kBowIedse. for bealfas well aa bis.
BrcCia hare it or eaa ret it fr tom. or it will
i iiimi. pcrwuicoiiu aewn ur j- fci-
a eat t any addxwaa ow rweriwt of rrice ay tha
a F. cori5, AftU Omasa 'eh.
IF YOU WANT FARM MACHINERY,
Have Just Received the Largest
- STOCK OF
EVER BROUGHT TO THE
aT'ApwVUkL aTaau1- Jb rV -P"ifr wwwLwwBKwHLw0'wwa?wElwVLV.
AND HAY RAKES.
jnd .Also The Celebrated
Champion Reaper and Mower.
SHJ5L.F AHD HE1VY H1BDWARE
And Everything else usually kept in a
MITCHELL & MORHART,
RED CLOUD, - Nebraska.
Largest Lot of
Vccal and Instrumental
:m rs i V-
C. A. BROWN,
I'PICK IA)W ae m tballr
rHrnc pf Vi'l prwwft
)y th! ttfJn
H'srul K - fHl Ai. rrtwlw:
;KDCLOn - NEK.
A. IiulrrlMtcl, rrr.
tKl a l ALL ktMm UI
CANNKI t.fJOfM. PHUT. MTTiJ,
tzzzz 2iiAv, ?:z:. :jlix5. iTjrj ya.
Watru MraU at all hours, 25 cent.
fcrKK-'l! OYTKilSaUajraon hanJ.
Wrh'rr trrt?t. nc lwr iath of
Kaiy Br law ofBce.
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J. L MILLER
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thins tunalij' kept in
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Two 'liif Uvtth of the bank.
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Dry Goods and
HOOT and MifOKH
Hats, Caps &
Runty Matte Clothing!
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valliy and will
net be undersold.
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