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P CLOUD CHIEF
IrUBLISHED XVrBT THURSDAY AT
223 CL272, EZ2SA52A.
M. L. THOMAS,
ditor anit Proprietor.
ISS:- $1.53 a year if raid in Advance.
Chicago I Ml - Westers
380 MILES OF ROAD.
It b tie SHOUT jure audSAFK route between
and Ml point? EAST and NOKTU.
lie1 ycT, xacrma, icr.cn, wacn-
i2v u-uwi - j,if -.
k;MkWf t,wi WWMW
It cfTrre Uc iraveimp public
Than any other road in the wed.
It ie the O.VLY ROAD between
COancil ..lull and Chicago
l jton which it ren
PULLMAN HOTEL'CAES !
Id addition to tb-"e and to plcae all elates of
tra flerr. uc.xi MM' CLAS .M K.A LS at its
tAlIKO b 1 Al 1 N.-. at i cents uch.
Traci is Steel Sail !
Itc ccaches are the Finect !
It train? nr- nil KfjuiMied vfitb with airbrakes.
Milkr'r cuiI'i! nd all uiudvro iiujruv
iiiint - all ! which combined.
Snre and clcre Ccnnecticns !
And c erythmr a iaener can ucjireto
make a journey
QUICK l'lea&aiu & COMFORTABLE!
Pullman Sleepers on all Night Trains !
IT is THE
People's Favorite Eoute.
At Council Rluff the Through Train of the
Chicairo.V: North- Western ani the I nion I'a
oiSie Kni'way depart frm. arrive at ind use the
lauie joint I mon lH-xt.
If you wirh the best traveling accommodation
vnu wul Ij your tiPketH by this Route -And
VILL -1AKK NONE OTHER.
All Ticket Agents can sell yen Tirozgh
Tickers via this Scad and checi nsnal
iarrare : ree c: unarre.
Ouaiia TirkKT Urirrsp IXU.rarnam street.
V It ntUaUIIII . v...- --,--
"onn-il IHuPs Ticket OOiccFt'tir. Ilrodwny nntl i
Or. Htn. anil at I mon t'aciiic wepnu
Pearl -tre-tf. C. A N - . K'l Depot, and i
I .; I'nfftlf. Tf?infer Deikt.
Denver OfiVe In Cilorsulo Central and Union
Pa-ifi Ticket Otlice.
San Frauci?co ntBee 2 'w llontBOincry St.
For ii formation, folder?, map?, etc . u.t ol
tatiuLlc at Home Ticket Offices, a. dres any
iiKcnt of the 0 .mpatiy. or
HASV21? HTJGHITT, W. E. 3TS1T15STT,
I t'hicak'O. III.
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MRK. Th or.tEnUft TRADE MARK.
fttok. Keiaedy: as
ucrillmt curt -of
Before TaVIoc ad.-.. l .r Alter TaVinjr.
Icaarr-. VnJrr-.; L.i.ilu Je. Tub in tit But Dto.M. f
Tutu. rrwMtura Oil -iC. a.nj l Dltwa tt.1
toJ w 2c.alt7 r Canciptioc aed . rrrm.:vrv Qrr:
C7" ra r.ruUn tn r rt?tl, wnici ( lt!r M
mi !tc fcr mH .T'"T CTTbSpiSelarfatU
14 ? 1 drmr'M ll r1 P.r fit pW f
. wr wia k. Kit rr tj ail .a cpi ! U Bnaty j
TRE CUXT KEnirttK ro
Sold in Red Cloud and everywhere by H
Quick Time 1 Through Trains!
Close Connections ! No Delay !
Burlington Route !
To Chicago and The East.
I.owet rate? of Fare will be made.
Throuch Car will be run from b, i M.romts
in Southc-n sebraska to Ohieajro.
A ten minu'cj conntctioa will be made at Pa
ciffieJunton. AT CHICAGO clo?e connection": will alwayi
be made to the cas'.soutbeayt end north.
leeptns car ber.bs reserved at the Ltncolr
ti;ket office by Telcpraph or on application,
from J'SMiuri River to Chicago.
TO ST. LOUIS AND THE SOUTH.
The burliujtton route hare a system of throuch
fleeprs aud close connections between the
Missonn River and St. Louis
Pasicnjrcr takmc tun line have the best ol
accommodations. Pullman sleeper .run regu
arly iroaa ilic?ouri River to St- Louis.
TO PEORIA. INDIANAPOLIS, CIN
ClNNATI. AND THE
S-This ithe only reliable route tothesontb
eut. t'oanectiou- are mat e at Peoria with the
T. P. A W. and I. B- W. Railroads for lndwn
apolis' Cincinnati. Columbus, and all central
sub anthem Ohio. Ken.ucy. eoutmern Indiana.
DHilKu- CASS. Gc:i la!s at 75 casts.
AVhcn you sn east be sure and travel ever tbo
2$. A- M. line if you wish to - e SAFE and coin
Jortable and -desire to travel speedily.
A E.TOCZALIX. P.LOWELL.
GcaT taanaser. Genl Ft J: T'Ug't
If You Want Bargains
Call at Newhouse's, where you can get
White Goods. Ginghams, Shirtiufrs,
Dress Goods, Flannels, Doeikins, Jeans,
Hosiery, Carpets, Hambnrgs, Toilet Sets,
"Rrtnhes. Tovs, Groceries, and a great
rariety of other goods very cheap for
cash. These goods will be closed oat,
call earlv and get bargains.
37-tf F. rHocsE.
II l SIXES S DIRECTORY.
O. C. CASE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. "Office one
dooi north of Garbe'a store.
2ZD CLCuD, 2TZS
Hollections made and promptly remitted
j7s. GILH A M,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
A. AT LAW.
Office one door north of Kalty Bros.
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
AND REAL ESTATE AOEZT
Red Cloud. Neb.
.Prompt Attention OiTen to Collection!.
Owe- with C. H. I'OTTER. at Re Clond
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTOttSF.Y AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drug Store.
TTORNF.Y AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Juniata. - rF.B-
Will rractice in all the Conrt of the Sute.
Prompt attention given to all buine entrusted
to h'u care. O&ce on the eat tide Junimt
H. S. Kai.kt.
C. W. Kalet,
Hed Cloud. Neb.
J. I.. K A LET.
AT LAW i REAL ESTATE
Will practice in all the Court tn Nebraska
and northern Knncaj; collection? promptly at
tended to and correspondence solicited.
ESD CLOTO. Ketrasta,
AI?o. Apcnt for P.. i M. R- R. Iands.
I. W. TCLLEYS,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
J6T0FFICE over Kaley Bros, law office.
SSD CLOUr. KSSHASEA
ELBEKT A. II ALL W. D.
RED CLOl'D, NEH.
1In-;nI. tnrntfii nertnancntlr at thi place. I
will attend to all calif, day or nieht. ffi e for
fill HM "- "-- - -
tj,e i.reent at Farley' drujr store: at nicht at
bi rc-'iilmce over Newhouse r atore
J- HI. 9IOSEXA. ill D.
Physician and Surgeon,
" RKD CLOl'Il. NEIL
AVill pav special attention to Obstetrics and
diea-c or "women- Al?o ccneral and M-ecial
purser. Dii-eaM-s of the Eye and tar. t harge
moderate. Ollice over siherer'a IVue Store.
JAS. HI. CALLEXDER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Trompt attendance on all calb in the practice
or medicines or turnery-
J. W. MUISAVVII.I.K.
P racticing P hy sicians.
COWLIS Jt AM1JOY, XEIIKASKA.
and careful attention.
rill receive our prompt
Dr. H. A. Baird,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
W. . Richa-dson. S. Gaibcr.
Richardson & Garter,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Hiitbet market price paid for how and cattle.
J. K.Svr-1! S. C. S"th M.B.THom-sos.
Pres. First Nat. Ca-h. First Late Teller First
Bank. Beatrice Nat. Bank Nat. Dank Beat
Neb. Beatrice Neb. rie Neb.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will make collec.'ions i'i any part of the
United States Sell exchange upon the princi
pal eastern oitie Loan ironey upon improved
farms Beeeivedepo its subject to sifht drafts
Allow interest upen time deposits, and trans
act a pcncral Banking business.
KKFKRr.xrKSt Omaha National Bank. A.
5. PaJdnck.U. .SSenatoj; FirstNational Bank
New York. CambriJge VaUey National Bank,
Cambridge New York.
JOE. JA COBS. rsoPKirroK.
TWO DOORS "WEST OF BOT'S HOME.
Keeps on hacd the btet brand of Wines.
Liquors. Heer. Ale. and Sne Cicars. A share of
the public patronage issoliectcu.
PROPRIETOR RED CLOUD
And Dealer In
All goods in my Line kept constantly on
hand: and to which I invite the attention of
5anl HENRY COOK.
Feea 4 SmU Stable
J. I). Post, Prop. liED CLOUD.
"Eternal Vigilance is
RED CLOUD, WKBSTER CO- NEBRASKA. THURSDAY.
M L. THOMAS.
THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1SS0.
While Gen. Garfield of Ohio, the
Republican nominee for the presi
dency, was not our first choice, we can,
however, heartily support him, le-
caue he is the nominee of the conven- J
tion, and because we believe that he i
a good man, and if elected next Novem
ber, as he without doubt will be, we
can look for a healthy and vigorous
administration of the national ntfain
for the next four yean.
Frederic Douglas i.s one of the
notables who attended the Republican
national convention at Chicago lat
week. He is the most talented negro
in the country, and he spent his life,
first for the freedom and later for the
education and elevation of his nice,
lie went to Chicago hoping to see Gen.
Grant nominated for president, leliev
ing in his patriotism and ability to
govern the country acceptably to all
The Chicago Convention.
Tlie largest and mast enthusiastic
political gathering that lias ever as
eemhled in America convened at
Chicago hist week for the imrpo-e of
placing in nomination a republican
candidate for president of the United
States. To attempt anything like
general nummary of the events that
have there transpired since the opening
of the convention, would, with our
limited space, be futile. The conven
tion news, as published in the great
dailies since the work began inChicjigo,
would fill more than a dozen pages of
the Chief, so it will be seen that the
best we can do is to give a very con
densed account of the balloting, and
the result, and will attempt nothing
further. At the present writing,
(Tuesday morning) the balloting is
going on and it is impossible to give
an idea of what the result will be. The
following is the ballot by telegraph:
1st Rallot. Grant 304, Blaine 24,
Sherman 93, Edmunds 34, Windoni 10
2nd Rallot. Grant 305, Blaine 2S2,
Sherman 94, Washburne 22, Edmunds
32, Windom 10, Garfield I.
3rd Ballot. Grant 305, Blaine 2S2,
Sherman 94, Washburne 31, Windom
10, Edmunds 32, Garfield 1, llartison 1.
4th Ballot. Grant 305, Blaine 2SI,
Sherman 95, Washburne 31, Windom
10 Edmunds 32, Garfield I.
Cth Ballot. Grant 305, Blaine 279,
Sherman 9G, Washburne 33, Garfield 2,
Sth Ballot. Grant 306, Blaine 2S4,
Sherman 91, Edmunds 31, Windom 10,
Washburne 31, Garfield 1.
12th Ballot. Grant 305, Blaine 2S3,
Sherman 93, Edmunds 31, Windom 10,
Washburne 33, Hayes 1.
13th Ballot. Grant 305, Blaine 285,
Sherman 89, Edmunds 31. Windom 10,
Washburne 33, Hayes 1, McCrary 1.
14th Ballot. Grant 306, Blaine 285,
Sherman S9, Edmunds 31, Windom 10.
17th Ballot. Grant 303, Blaine 2S4,
Sherman 90, Edmunds 31, Windom 10,
ISth Ballot. Grant 305, Blaine 2S3,
Sherman 92, Edmunds 31, Windom 10,
30th Ballot -Grant 307, Blaina 279,
Sherman US, Edmunds II, Windom 4,
Washburne 33, Garfield 2.
31st Ballot Grant 307, Blaine 277,
Sherman 119, Edmunds 11, Windom 3,
Washburne 33, Garfield 2, Conkling 1,
12 Noon. Blaine loses 5 votes in In
diana, going to Washburne.
32od Ballot Grant 309, Blaine 270,
Sherman 110. Edmund: 11, Windom 3,
Garfield 1, Washburne 35.
33rd Ballot Grant 300. Blaine 276,
Sherman 115, Edmunds 11, Windom 4,
Garfield 1, Washburne 44.
35th Ballot Grant 313, Blaine 257,
Sherman 101, Edmunds 11, Windom 3,
Washburne 23 Garfield 55.
36th Ballot Grant 311, Blaine 42,
This last ballot gave to Gen. Garfield
of Ohio, the nomination. It will be
noticed that the Blaine men, seeing
that they could not nominate their
mafgpiade a sudden break from Blaine
to Garfield, and we congratulate them
on the fact that they made a good
choice. Let's all "rah for Garfield.
Take care of vour health and that of
your children, and use none but J,
.Monroe layiors uoiu Medal coda or
Saleratus. It is acknowledged as being
the onlv perfectlv harmless article in
the nisirket; is peculiarly adapted to
weak stomachs and dyspeptic persons.
Try one paper and you will have no
other. It is much better than any
other. Grocers and Drusnnsts sell it.
Depot 112 Liberty St, New York.
Fvery man should be willing, and
we think should be anxious to investi
gate every thing which is so Iikelv to
benefit all man-kind as the discoverv
of Kendall's Spavin Cure, because it is
now being used on human flesh with
most remarkable beneficial results for
rheumatism and deep seated pains, and
it has proved by experience that it is
equally as good for human flesh as for
any animal. It is penetrating and
powenui, ana yet it can be used mil
strength with -nprfppr bo forv nn a nhA
as well as a grown, person. For H
blemishes on horses, it never has had
an eaual. Bead the advertisement for
the price of Liberty," and
Wilber claims a population of 1400.
Fremont Ls to have a btnrd of trade
The new bridge at Rapillion i- com
Hastings has caught the water worK.
West Point b to have a Methodist
plot-rmri.tVi !u iTiTirmj ti rva (; '
Tlie Loup and Platte rivers are rap-!
Ulyeses lias a new jiajer called Tlie
Crete bo-.u-L? of a new machine shop
A new bank will be o:eiied at Cam-'
bridge thw week. j
Tlie A. tt . stock yard- at Columbus j
Tl.ntr.H- tr-iiif-.r luv.t Mllu-n.ll-..,. hu
arnveu at .luurum. j
Tlie erection of Wahoos new bank
has been commenced.
A car load of wfol was shipped from
West Point la.-t week.
Buffalo are found 60 miles above
Cedar Blutfs, on the Beaver.
A new German paper will be issued
from Lincoln this week.
Columbus talks of an old fashioned
Fourth of July barbeque.
The B. it M. is making preparations
to build a depot at Peru.
The name of the new town at the
mouth of the Medicine, i.- Cambridge.
The B. tfc 31. surveying corps has
parsed Humboldt, working eastward.
Seven wolf cults were recently cap
tured by Prof. Millderger, of Madison.
An expedition started from Suttdn
for the Gunnison country last week.
Several bridg- near Niobrara have
been swept away by high water.
Tlie B. it M. is running out of Lin
coln about 200 loaded cars per day.
Twenty-six German immigrants ar
rived in Crete hist Monday morning.
A Hastings firm i turning out from
8,000 to luO pressed brick daily.
The B. &. M. engineer are surveying
two routes through Itichardson county.
A catfish wa caught in the Elkhom ;
at West Point weighing fort -the
Milford has erected 42 Uiildings-ince
the advent of the railroad to that town.-
. P. AHemers of Dakota county,
has planted 17,000 trees on his timber
claim in Wayne county.
The B. fc M. have made a proposition
to build a branch line from York south
through Thayer county.
It is said that The Nebraska City Sun
will be removed to Lincoln shortly.
The B. & M. railroad company i
building a $50,000 railroad depot nt
The Yanderpool Brothers of Xineoln
have fallen heirs to $70,000 by the death
of a relation.
The south-eastern extension of the B.
Sc M. i-' completed several miles east of
The quarries -;outh of Beatrice are
now furnishing great quantities of rock
along the B. fc M.
The residence of J. n. KaLamp, of
Wilber, was demolished by a stroke of
lightning last Tuesday.
Twenty acres of "amber" sugar-cane
have been planted near West Point as
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Republican Valley rail
road will be held at Hastings June 23.
Cedar county voted against the pro
posed aid to the Sioux City and St.
Paul railroad a week ago Saturday.
The West Point manufacturing com
pany are making extensive improve
ments and additions to their works.
A man by the name of Butler, in
Otoe county, is experimenting with a
flying machine of his own manufacture.
A prairie fire near Orleans, started
by small boys, destroyed several hun
dred dollars worth of agricultural im
plements hist week.
A valuable team was stolen from W.
B. Conger, a young farmer living about
six miles southeast of Pawnee City in
Pawnee county last week.
Mr. Frank DeForest, of Milford, was
struck by lightning last Tuesday eve
ning. The young man is still alive,
though in a precarious condition.
The piling for the new railroad
lridge across the Elkhorn, between
West Point and Scribner, is done and
tlie new bridge will be shortly put in.
During the storm at Lincoln on last
Tuesday evening, the lightning struck
the Universalist church, tearing out
the front on both sides of the door.
Lightning struck the house of Bev.
Geo. Williams, at Niobrara, lastunday
morning, doing considerable damage.
The wind blew six box cars from the
train at Yalley Station, and moved the
school house" about four feet on its
foundation a week ajro last Sundav.
The town of DeWitt was visited bv a i
cyclone on the 23 inst. A number of
buildings were demolished, but no one
was seriously hurt. The loss is esti
mated to bc'about $3,000
Tlie 14th of Julv next is the dar set
bv Judge Barnes
Triest and Thomas
will take place at Dakota City
The two Granger brothers, who kill
ed one Bowker at Seward last March,
plead guilty to manslaughter and were
sentenced to ten years imprisonment
in the penitentiary.
It is estimated that there are not less
ii on n.n j t tu ?
uian 8U,uw neau oi caiiie now nem in
the Unorganired territorv attached to
Holt counn-for revenue; judicial
. ,. ,. . , , .
A Stable near Brownville, belonging
to Fred. Easterman was stuck bv licht -
ning Tuesdav nicht. One horse and a
colt were killed. Mr. Easterman see-
inr. 4Via coVilr. iriic er fli"i mcliA ir arA
got the tiird horse out. but upt until
ne was consiaeraoir ournea. ine.
stable was burned to the ground.
Grand Island is to have a boom.
The Dailv Democrat informs its read-
ers tne L. . company will build exten
n'ro BinT t tViot nfai'a 1 Ztax?an
superintendent of the car and building
department, has authorized a Mend to
find him a suitable block upon which
for the hanrrinfr of remove bone jpavin without bliilerinr or ean- ,
$1 50 a year is the price
Tobacco, Cigars, ,
r RtVll FhL IT;
CRACKER. - , Cll EBE.
and a rvi line or hmt
ai.o A nt-T a.v-a
Jqq Cream Pari OP.
hrr ym can aHu
Cft a IlU'e di-ll of IT
A -hare of the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. Kirt dir
south of Mitchell & Morbart ..
Red Cutfii, - - Nkiiiusea.
S3 A R 0 W a R
of all kinds.
They sell CHEAP for CASU. and If they
hare net what you want. Irate your
order and they will Till it-
CALL ON THEM
One door north ofGarber's. and Mr.HOLCOMB
will wait ou you. aprltf
RED CLOUD. NEB.
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
THB BEST 15 THK MABKKT
Kelil at IwmI Price
mmM & mmi,
RED CLOUD NEB.
PROUDHT & MAESH,
OENRKAL DEALERS IN
ii .i Jin lw.ut jb
Guide ROck, - Neb.
Everything usually kept in a first claw
come and see us as we
will not be
is a ure cure for pavrn. fplint. etrb. ealloos,
(praic. iwelljars. e-Vs Iamene and allenlarr-
QeniS OI luejoiDi; nr tiinue. '. ui reaipicici
inc t i a er?on wno suaered la year witii a
hip-joint lamene and pernjaoently cure
two rear uro with Ken-1-.1I j3parin care- Ke
m ember we claim it will eire a bone f parin asd
cefapletelr remoretbe bwseh wihout blisterios.
Suterwzt lLiis Vzte: Cath.
To whom it may cweera: la the yr 1S73 I
treated with Kendall Spavin Cure broe "Par
is of eriral months' crowth. nearly half i larye
a. a bQf tzs. and completely ftopped the lam-
ana semored tne calarreaest. I hire
., ,,- ha - n rm h.rf. Ul h.
i never hi bee laoe.noreot:ldIeTereanydif-
i e. a. G a i xes.
Enburzh Falb.Vi. Feb. Sth 1579.
Swxra anirmbser bed to before me ais 25th day
! f Feb. a. D. iot. JOUJfG.JEXit J.p.
0fice of U.S. marshall. wenera iVu of JTh.
B. J. Kendall. Enoibaxsh Fall". Vt. Dr
RTrr I TrirMi thn Mm hntrle nf uur ?
l I0P7tebfhSEiSS.rto J
aaverui emex.t coiled for. In tfcree weeu after
1 commeaeed usiuE it the sparin was eatirely re
EJOTed and a Talnaale hor? restored to ajeiail
e. Very truly yours. JOUN PARKJtK.
9ed ddreJ for illattrated circular, which we
think pirea potitrr proof of it Tirtoe. S o rea-
I to our knowledge, for beast as w
eddy ha erer set wita sacs asvuali&ed vaccs
b ceat to aoy address m receipt of price by tae
J Pnn0"- u. J. KJ.-Vu
CO Q -
E 1 I 11 a
CD J H s
-s rA c ted
M B s -. cry
WalkC, tne tWO .nd ;ce.l falltrereth.atal! rimn-oftiie vear
. The execution " with perfect safety. A cttrejwhich we are know-j
of the Med Cloud Chief.
JUNE 10. 1SS0.
IF YOU WANT FARM MACHINERY,
Have Just Received tho Largest
EVER BROUGHT TO THE
EEPUBLIC AN VALLEY.
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kIbta jy ' 4 tji t JFu 1mttmVtllmmmWT!mWmmmwmmM9'mmMbr
AND HAY RAKES.
And Also The Celebrated
Champion Reaper and Mower.
And the Largest Lot of
SHEIiF Af HEAVY SA1DWAIE,
And Ever)rthing else usually kept in a
MITCHELL & MORHART,
EJtxcrTtft to oom tx xmt
ZZATUJ AKirFx KHTS7 iiAKI
.rrT Km P Cr4.m4 juw
.HKJt. . M. IIWLKV.
Vccal and Instmncntal
G. A. BROWN,
FRACKE is, CliROMOS,
M TTRl-SE.s, liTO
COFFLVS aiwirn e Wao.1 ad lriml
ITICK U1W f to ibcrahVy
JairHepiUlne of aK kiaJ Jora roturt
ry atvl Mtutartnrr
lUinal Kt ftmt-Url at rootebl
AKP CLOl'D. - .VKH.
A. Latrrlmcb, Trmpr
PtAi ck tx all rir or
cannkd tioorx. ntrrra. NXTS.
rsrsz S5ZA5. ni:. :jlix:. 2rar -
Warm Mc-aI at H bear. 25 crU.
Itf-KKKSII OY5TEILS aU.y.oB Uwl.
Vcbfrr trct. b dwr "outh of
Kalcy Hru U oflicc.
11 KD CLOUU. - - NKII.
J. L- MILLER
Kcp cofntaittlr cm lit'l a full !mr of
llarnc C)lar, hl!ic, Whit,
l!or l!Unlrtn CooiU. HrmU-
c. lUrtifM Oil nl erirjr-
ihmc usually i"'t in
a firt-cl tKip
Two !or north of th taol
Tie Elgic:: Cwa Mci Txli !zr Ziitt
rra! tB l.-
Dry iioottn and
BOOTS anil Nil OK
Hats? Caps. &
Utady .Made C lot kins'.
We have the Largett
Stick in the Valley and will
nit be undersold.
GIVK US A CALL, ONB 4 ALL.
Red dead Xirh,
F. NE WHOUSE,
DRY - GOODS.
The rmbhe rcnflrallj ? rvi3'.e'J U
nil ami ciamiiw: ray jrood rd pnc, n
i thare of tbe paUunac ia tohitfL
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