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LAMPS, LAMP SHADES, WICKS,
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RED CLOUD, NEB.
G. W. Dow,
Groceries & Confectioneries,
, Cboieo Test, Coffee Sscar e.
White Fish & Mackerel.
GraeK. Dried an Caaned Frails. The bet To-
laccos and Ciaars. FJoar and aeal con-
lastly ob hand. Krai, Butter
Taken in Payment.
Everything; warranted to be as represented.
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Put nJ wt bound frekht trains aaeet at
Ited Cload at 12:15.
Trains daily, except undays.
A. E. Toouilin. O. W. Iloldradft
Geo. saaaarer. Bapu
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Wwtward. I BTATIOS8. I Eastward.
Trains daily except Saaday.
O. W. HLottra., A. E. TnirsALrtr.
SaperiBUndeaL Oenl. Maaayer.
4 oca adverttMment ordered in for
an indtfinile time, will be rtpdarly charged
up each iceek until ordered out.
Cucumbers are plenty.
The crop of house flies never was
hetter. -r '
This is the time of year to mow down
People can now indulge in the Inxury
of green corn.
The population of Nebraska is esti
mated at 440,000.
Hastings, according to the enumera
tor, has a population of 2,821.
Boys, don't let that Gymnascum
enterprise dwindle and die out.
Mr. Becker subscribes for a copy of
ic Chief for a friend at Batin.
c received several new subscribers
week, and a number last week.
u cannot be too careful of your
ones at this season of the year.
P. Newcomer, of Blue Hill, was a
at these hcadquardcrs last Satur
day car passed over the road
ursday, and made all the boys
ed Cloud mills arc now well
th printed stationery from
;e tank at Miner Bros. Btore
d to its place on thescaflbld
turday. of candidates, in this county
r branch of the legislature
unusually large this fall.
or the Red Cloud Chief.
ldress from now until the
uary next for 60 cents.
itnc to send a few copies
to friends in the cast
om now until January
bov. now that
:icn nils ueituuv
r T-T-r-v- .nn
tinJfHqublcd up with
This is a spl
id time of year to pay
up back subacid
ion. n e nceda little
5j money and will j
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ing: "Are wo okj
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to vote for T5. S
That is what wo
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who had the
fiime or inclination
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account of the sicV.iisiijg of :i'
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abWcorafr&ted clans and;'
tions for thSftwcofjsdian cfcY
work will fee -coMmenced oV
earlv dav. - A .
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J. S. Hopeof Cerwin, Ka
in town last week. He is U$
the matter corganuisf iTJodge '
AMient Order of United Worto
Anexefienge truthfully remark!
wo mh aw wrnij say hc w mppj
heiHhrraBd UnrfTte JaJT eft
when he owes a year's
awspper and na come.
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-JirpSeasant little ice cream party at
Mr. Blair's a few evenings since, at
which ye editor took a hand. "We only
got away with a couple of quarts of the
deliciou creasm; wc wasn't feeling very
TwobajsebaJI clubs, ft gymnascum,
of organising a Young lien's Christian
Aasociatiottr Whai hess Bed Cloud
done that she shoold deserve all these
Mr. W, HJteed ha epenedopa
s6ud jiMmthpf.the city lnjg etorcv
and wilTkeep on hnd a rjapplyoi green
fruits. e4di contctioris, tobaccos;
gaAcaadjutvitee fbare of the
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Hie days are growing shorter.
Subscribe for the Chief and get the
Mr. S. C. Smith's residence will soon
Hotter than well hotter titan we
like to ec it.
Dog days are coming on apace. The
dop are already here.
David Lutz has traded his homestead,
near town, to Lou. Albright.
Blanks of all kinds constantly kept
on hand at the Chief office.
We met quite a number of Cowles
people in town last Saturday.
Bead the advertisement of Kendall's
horse books, in another column.
These are pleasant evenings for
young folks to swing on the gate.
Subscribe for the Chief- and get one
of those neat little books free of cost.
Carl Weber is making his third or
fourth trip to Washington Territory.
We are indebted to Mr. Frank R.
Gump for late Sandusky, Ohio, papers.
We learn that Mrs. Henry Wood
worth is very itk, at the Boys' Home.
We understand several residences
will be built in Bed Cloud this coining
W. A. Scott, Sheriff of Nuckolls
county, was on our streets lest Tues
day. Congregational Services at the court
house, on next Sabbath at 1 1 a. m. and
Mr. Desncy, for some time an em
ploye at Miller's harness shop, lost a
child last week.
The Chief offico is doing job printing
at bottom figures now, and don't you
A special session of the Board of
county commissioners is called to meet
next Friday, the 30th.
C. C. Coon was in town last Tuesday
and presented ye editor with a nice
bunch of pie plant, as usual.
Prairie chickens will be ripe in Kan
sas the 1st of August, in Nebraska they
arc not fit to gather until the 15th.
It is reported to us that since the
heated term commenced the hens have
all begun laying hard boiled eggs.
Mr. C. W. Springer closed his school
for a three weeks vacation. School
will commence again next Monday.
Dogs ought to be prohibited from
running at large during the heated
term, or their owners kept muzzled.
Master Freddie Lutz has become an
attache of the Chief office with a view
to becoming a foil fledged deciple of
R. W. Cunningham, of Cass county,
was registered at the Boys' Home last
Friday. He was on his way west to
It is reported that the Valley House
will soon have to close, owing to the
inability of the proprietor to meet his
The Inter-Ocean and the Chief, both
six months for $1.25, come in and sub
scribe and keep posted during the pres-
Vc now offer a premium to every
new and old subscriber to the Chief
who pays a year in advance, The pre
mium is one of Kendall's horse books
which, alone, is worth the subscription
price to any one who owns a horse.
The emmigration exceeds anything
ever before witnessed in this country
at this season of the year. The setting
sun glistens on the "talc gates of
countless numbers of covered wagons,
iHeU W taA folkg:
Mrs. H. Talmcr, Mrs. J. M. Pryse
and Mrs. Ed. Kellogg took their de
parture for Ohio, last Wednesday,
where they expect to spend several
months visiting. Mrs. Palmer came in,
before leaving, and ordered the Chief
to visit her weekly during her stay in
An exchange truthfully remarks that
a true printer is the last man in the
world to go to when you desire to find
out the outhorship of any article. He
always holds his knowledge of the "in
wardness" of a printing office inviolable,
as much as a Mason or Odd Fellow docs
the secrets of his Order.
Ee&rring to the management of the
roads- comprising the Burlington &
5Iisacri river, in Nebraska, the
Chicago Times says: "Mr. A. E. Touza
lin, the general Manager, is continued
iru charge. His services are too val
uable to be dispensed with. His
Boanagement of the road, it is generally
admitted, has been excellent."
Mail Service on- the B. & M. is now
managed in this wise: one route is
from Omaha to Hastings. Two" men
work the- Republican Valley division,
from, Hastings to Orleans, pouching on
the offices west of Orleans to Jndianola,
the terminus of the road. On the road
from Amboy east there is no service.
the route agents) pouching on the offices 1
along the line.
We are sorry to have to chronicle, the
fact that the plow factory of Wctsncr
fc shorn, was burned on Wednesday
night of. last week. Nothing was saved.
It was pretty-well insured. The fire is
supposed to have been the work of an
incendiary. Mr. Putnam's store and
Rev. ReUly's house, both, being, in close
proximity to the bumirag; building, had
a narrow escape, only the exertions of
those present saved them from, the
The following is the law in regard to
section-line roads: "Section lines are
hereby declared lobe public roads in
each county in this state, and the
county board of such county may,
whenever the public good requires it,
open each roads without any prelimi
nary sarrey, and caaee them to be
worked s the asasae' wmif a other
public roads., lyesidedythat any dama
gas claimed by;reaoon of the opening
pfany sweLTroad shall be appraised
aadallowed, as nearly as practicable,
jrisaaaner hercw-lelore proviied.".
Turnip seek for sale at Rob 's-
D. S. Coonil is in
charge of the
countv clerks otricc in the alienee
3Ir. Tullcyg. Mr. Cooml fills the
IKj-wh satisfactory to all.
Little Johney Harvey, f on of W. W.
Harvey, of Inavale accidontly shot
himself a few days ago, causing a
severe wound in the thigh.
Communications from Amboy, Blue
Hill, Stillwater and Red Cloud were
unavoidably crowded out this week,
they came in a little late.
From Mr. C. W. Springer who has
traveled over a good portion of the
county, we learn that the corn crop,
this fall, will be simply immense.
Rev. Geo. O. YcL-er will preach next
Sabbath at Guide Rock at 1 1 o'clock a.
m. Regular church and covenant
meeting Saturday at 2 o'clock p. u.
Mr. Pope has housed up his harves
ters and reaping machines, and will
confine his operations in the machinery
line to the sale of mowers, exclusively.
M. E. Church, August 1st, S. S. at 10
a. M. Preaching by the Pastor at 1 1 a.
m., and by Rev. J. M. Pryse at S P. M.
Prayer meeting even Thursday eve
ning. All are invited.
The entertainment given by the Red
Cloud Histrionic Association on
Wednesday evening was not as well at
tended as the one on the previous eve
ning but there was a very fair atten
dance and a handsome sum was realiz
ed for the church.
Dr Tanner, at last accounts, had
lived 30 days without anything to cat
and nothing to drink except water.
The doctor became accustomed to this
kind of living while engaged in the
newspaper business in this State some
Just as we go to press we received the
Barnum gives one performance at
Kearnev. Auiut 9th. 1S80. Round
trip fare over the B. & M. to Kearney,
$2.00. Train will leave Red Cloud G:20
a. m., returning will leave Kearney
6:30 P. M.
One of our old' friends and subscri
bers, A. McCall, met Dr. Hall on the
street last Monday and mistook hint
for us, but he discovered his mistake
before the conversation had proceeded
very far. We don't consider that this
mistake was any compliment to us but
we arc glad that the doctor feels com
From Dr. Sellers, who was called to
attend the injured ones, we learn of a
serious accident which occured in the
north-cast part of the county last week.
One Hass, lived with his family in a
dugout which caved in on the o:u-
pants, in the night, breaking the man's
arm and injuring the old lady and the
little girl quite seriously. They will
all, without doubt, recover from their
injuries in a short time.
Qarfitli and Arthur Club.
A meeting was held hist Tuesday
evening at Gilham's officefor the pur
pose of organizing a Garfield and
Arthur club. John R. Willcox was
cnosen cnatrmnn and J. S. Gilliam,
secretary. After the appointment of
one or two committees and a hort dis
cussion of the objects and aims of the
organization the meeting adjourned to
meet at the court house this (Thursday)
Last Monday evening a man from
Kansas who has been engaged in
saloon keepingatSalcm, furnished con
siderable fun for the boys. He pro
ceeded to fill up with benzine, andhav-
among otsier'tflngtSanfigja iJcil
ball club could scoop the Red Cloud
boys. While making these assertions
he was greeted with such remarks as
"pull down your vest," "wipe off your
chin," Ac, which made the Kansas
man "hot," and he proceeded to ex
press his opinion of Red Cloud people
in general and the base ball boys in
particular in language more forcible
than polite, but when he saw the
sheriffapproaching he lit out and all the
small boys in town followed him with
shouts of derision.
For the Illastrated Life
asd Adreatares of
the noted Western Outlaw, whose career
of bold and reckless daring for 18 years
is without parallel in history. For so
long a period baffling the officers of the
law and the shrewdest detective force
in America, with a reward of $75,000
for their apprehension, dead or alive,
and still at larjje, they are the wonder
of our civilization. Hon. J. A. Dacus
of the St. Louis Press, and ex-Member
of the Mhxouri Legislature, in two years
of hard labor procured the facta and
prepared a book inert thrilling thaj tro
manee, but reliable and authentiein every
detail. The demand for it is imnenxe.
Agents sell 300 to 500 in a county.
For terms and full description write to
N. D. THOMPSON & CO., Pubs.,
St. Louis, Mo.
riAVi aid ma jaws.
Hon. J. A. Dacus of SL Louis, thn
well known editor and ex-Member of
the Mtasoun Legislature, has written a
carefully prepared "Life and Adven
tures of Frank and Jesse James," which
has been issued by the well known
publishing house of N. D. Thompson
& Co., of that city Mr. Dacus wc are
informed, spent two years in the pre
paration of this work, much of which
time was with the family and friends
ofthe James .Boys, whose friendship
ana confidence he raincx! nA vim
gave lum all the facta concerning their
antecedents and ancestry as welTas the
facts concerning the almost number
less robenes, dashing the raids and
vengetui murders committed by them
during the 20 years of their career in
nearly as many states territories. The
hook lathemost startling record ever
saade in history. The careers have no
parallel in the history of highwaymen.
Bold and dashing to a degree that
seemed reckless topersonal danger. Yet
tiwry have never been apprehended
djiriBg this Ions-period though rewards
to the amount of $75,000 hate been
offered for their insst a-a .-i: .
oi "SiT Jr u',,r puDueners m
21, nog nave been soM in fmn- mnniVD
I gen "I JpPin5 rih harvest with
. c advertise it in another comma.
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Superior lias a llr barbers
Cheap claim buyrrs arc said to be
plenty up the Valley.
F. P. Boiincll has lK?en cmtalled a
tatiou agent at Sujicrior.
Cattle buyers arc said to be plenty
in the western valley counties.
Indianola is said to be tbclivUest
town in the valley weal of here.
Five car loads of hoC were shipped
eat from Rivcrton one day last week.
A Sunday school convention will be
held at Superior July 31st and August
The Rivcrton jKwtoffice will be a
money order office on and after
Will Loudon and Superior wants to
move the county seat from Nelson, but
Nelson says nix.
The total nonulatiou of Nuckolls
county as howt by the late census
enumeration U 4,201.
Hon. John B. Finch ha gone to Re
publican City to lecture on temperance,
hope he'll convert Macmillau.
Hon. G. W. Iuncy, ofthe Blooming
ton Land Office has lecn quite sick for
some time, but i now convalescing.
It Ls saiil that the Central Brandt
Railroad will not crons the B.ifcM. at
Hardy, but will come up the river to
The Nelson Ifrrald don't like to be
lieve that the Central Branch will run
up the Republican river, it says it will
go straight to Nelson.
The trcond annual re-union of the
Soldiers ofthe Republican valley will
le held at Alma, Scptemler 9th and
10th. All soldiers of the State are in
vited to attend.
F.orter Beyer, Treasurer of Franklin
county is reported to be a defaulter to
the tune of from five to seven thousand
dollars. He was asked to resign bv
his bondsmen, which he did.
We understand Jones it Mugee have
sold their lumber yards at this point
and Indianola to Birgc & Frees, who
already have goods at these points and
will consolidate them. Ampuhoe Pio
neer. Quite a number of the practicing
physicians in this part of the state as
sembled at Bioomington on the 20th,
and affected a temporary organization
of the Republican Valley Medical As
sociation, so says the Banner.
Since our mail east and west is being
carried on the cars, we do not have n
good facilities as when carried by stage,
as now a letter bound from Superior to
Hardy must be sent to Red Cloud and
then forwarded to Hardy. Guide.
A District Normal Institute compos
ed of Franklin, Kearney and Harlan
counties will he held at B"pomington
commencing August ICth antf. coitfi
uing two weeks. The call is nfgned by
the State Supt. of Instruction.
The Orleans Sentinel says: A. S.
Barnes four years ago invested $100 in
sheep. He has Mitce that time sold
$400 worth of wool, and was offered for
his flock $340, making in all $8i0 for
his investment of $100 in four years.
Sheep raiding pays.
The Kirwin mail carrier reports a
very destructive hail storm occurring
Sunday evening the 11th fust. Com
mencing near the line south of Rivcr
ton, the storm took a strip a few miles
wide, extending a long distance 9uth
and beyond Smith Center,, making a
clean sweep1 mid total destruction of all
crops. Bioomington Guard,
aertoav nature con
..ii litriuun ?ecnons
of the Valley regarding the increased
lawlessness of emigrant trains, the
emigrants violating every law with re
gard to land and other property and
appropriating whatever may be useful
to their stock or themselves, and it is
proving a case of severe annoyance to
our homesteaders, who to not feel
called upon to support cither the in
coming or departing emigrants and wc
would suggest a little resistance on the
part of settlers and that the' make an
example of some ofthe most exasper
ating cases. Arapahoe Pioneer.
There will be preaching at the court
house, in Red Cloud, the first Sunday
Of August, at 3:30 r. M., by Eld. Thco.
Johnson. Subject: The Sabbath.
"What day ofthe week was it? When
and to whom was it first given. Did it
commemorate, and foreshadow any
thing, if so what. What day should
christians keep. Why do we worship
on the 1st day of the week." Wc cor
dially invite the people of Red Cloud
and vicinity to be present with Bible
in hand. We should be pleased to
meet the singers of Red' Cloud an half
hour earlier. Singers please come.
"A aMf&lsaam if steaUU U Us Sat."
the welfare of his stock and should have
on hand for ready reference a book
describing the ailments his stock ia sub
ject to and the remedies therefor. In
consideration of this fact we have pro
cured for the benefit of our farmer sub
scribers a large number of copies of
"Kendall's Treatise on the Horse," one
of which we propose to give to every
horse owner who pays for his paper in
it372 ;TC w?
advance. The book is one of greaU-
valne as it is an mdax of diseases which
give the symptoms, cause and the best
treatmentof each, W contains a table
giving all the principal drugs used Tor
the horse with the ordinary dose,
effect, and antidote when a poison;
also a taHe with an engraving ofthe
horses .teeth at different ages of the
horses; a valuable collection of recipes,
and much more valuable information.
Bemember we give this valuable
work fo all who pay their subscription
Nnr Oniou, Fe?".Jt c. fgt ak ;
- Cheaikcr than r.'f r Lwnbr at tb
Gillctt Whing Cnir5avc Tal-or
and.oap. Forjtalcby A. 5. Marsh.
Sutecribc for the Hn Cloci Cmrr.
the best paper in the county.
Bttv vour table fcottrr of A.S. Mandu
Cool as fee. (Beit iu thelnaikcL)
Crown Jewell Pafal flour, can al
wavs bv had at the utore of Chas. E.
Putnam. The lust flour in the valley.
If vour hosnc has a spavin e Ken
dall' Spavin Cure. Sv the Advertise
ment. Lautertarh makrs fh IkM of bread,
reason why, he uea RU Clottd milU
Patten t Hour. Putnam hell it.
Roby ii still hcaxlquartcr for all
kind "of green fruiw, gardr vegetable
Ac Don't forget to call.
If you can't come yourdf. .cnd u
your bills by mail and let n cwivjnco
you that we arc selling ltmlcr cheaper
than attv other concern in the valk-y.
Cluis. K. Iutnam has on hand a large
ttoek of canned pHKb. w hich the public
are invited to call and purchase. Term
The woman that had the lightest,
whitest, Mveetest bread, wa- the woman
that usetl the Hed Cloud nulls Patent
flour. She bought it of Putnam.
It seems impossible that Kendall's
Savin Cure should" effect Mich wonder
ful cure but if you will try it you will
doubt no louder. Read the Advertise
ment. Save monev by buying lumber at the
"Chicago Yard, Red Cloud, Neb., where
i kept the largest stock at the lowest
prices of anv place in lite Republican
W. B. Roby keep" a full avortment
of green fruit. Apple, pciiehrs,
huckleberries, blacklH'rrie and cher
ries. He aUo keel on hand and for
sale new potatoes, cabbages Ac.
At the Flour fc Feed store of Chan.
K. Putnam you will find a first class
htock of gnjccrie. and wlien in town
vou should not fail to call on him, re
member it will lc to vour interest to
do so. tf
Luntlor, latin, lime, shingles, cement,
hair, plastor, building paicr, doors,
windows, blind", mouldings, and every
thing elc usitalv kept in a lumber
vartl, for sale cheap at the Chicago
Lumber Yard, Red Cloud, Neb. 49lf
EUREKA J EUREKA 1 1 EUREKA ! I !
A natcttt flour. The finest ever
brought to this town. Call at Perkins
A Mitchell's, and get a sack and con
J. M. Sei.leiis, Physician and Sur
geon, late of Pennsylvania, wishes to
say to the people of Webster county
that he has located in Red Cloud, to
engage in a general practice of medi
cine. Particular attention given to
surcorv. chronic disease anel dea
ofthe eye and Kir. I have for sevrrn!
years been Treating Hernia and Piles,
of which I perform a radical cure.
Will answer all calls night or dav.
Office one door south of the Rank,
(Up-Stairs.) 45-tf J. M. Seller, M. D.
To ull whom it may concern:
I, Ernst Miller, of Blue Hill, Wclwtcr
county. Neb., do hereby give notice
that I will not Ik responsible
for any debts contracted by my wife,
Henrietta Miller, front and after this
date. 51-3t Eunmt Millek.
Blue Hill, Neb., July 27th, 1880-
Taken up bv the undersigned on his
enclfwcd lands, in Walnut precinct,
Webster countv-Neb., on the 2fth day
of June, A. D. I HBO. A light red steer
about nine months did with a white
snot on the forehead and white belly
athjedtwt, and ha a white spot
wmicanu. tltc other halt is rcu.
July 10th, A. D. 1880.
If Ton Want Bargains
Call at NewhnuscVr where you can get
white good, ginghwins, shirtings,, 4rrss
goods, flannels, doeskins, jeans, hosiery,
carpets, ham burgs, toilet acts, ruuhes,
toys, groccrw, and a great varictv of
other good Ycry cheap for cash. These
goods will Im: cIomhI out, call early and
get bargain. 37tf F- Nbwhocse.
MONEY TO LOAN!
Money to prove up
cipt, or on deeded la
with on final re
ceipt, or on ucetleu land at 8 jer cent.,
and 1-62 pur cent, commission, or at
straight JO per cent, no commiiwion-
Jso. K. Willoox.
Office next door to Chief office, 30tf
L 'Sow Hearse:
In connection with my undertaking
husine I have added a fine hearse,
wrhlrh will to used when desired, in
this and adjoining towns, at reasonable
rates. 46-tf u. a. diows.
Not the Crown of Kinra, nor the
Crown of Glorv, but the Crawn Sewing;
Jiacume, me laicstaira oan mmcumrm
in the market, it will pay yow to call at
the PcKt-Office and see H before yoa
purchase! For Sale by M. B. McNrnr.
Proposals will be received at the store
of Moon fc Callender, in Cowles. Web
ster county, Neb., after Jab 29a, until
August 1st, for the building and finish
ing complete of a school house to be
located in said town of Cowles. Puum
andtipecifications can be seen by ap
plying to T. E. Moon, Chairman of
building Committee. The committee
reserve the right to reject any and all
Building Coaa. T. Lawurjt,
MBS. IS. lAWUT.
Vcjcil and Instnasestal
yotici to riacnu,
JotJc is aaraky sira. tat I wHl
aiIrMaasaaTav ta easi
aa aaasaaasaa for taaaawa af ska
cimsI m aa tnt HsraHsr ia ta ascaaW at.
Fafrraair. Atay Aaayt aa gayaamaar J
MaaaTiU aa sfca tsat tslarisy ia taa swaths a
jSasaarLJalraaOtaaar. at Oaiia
jUtaTas UaCfeat fstaraar fa taa awasaa af
Mar. Jaaa. Sapteaibaf aas embm.
Exasaiaatiaaa ta aesusaaaa at 5 e deek a.s.
A. A. Peru.
Caaaty gaaariateaaaat tf PaJalk laalraetia.
Go To W,
TOB AOCO & CIO Amr -A-.
is tows, also ' jr
Choice Nuts. Fruits, dt CMtsetiorfr
'Fresh Kru.U attd VrjCvtable S44 ott
Mdunq put? s33o juoa wt a j s l
ouioij jdS noA jnyu Xddcq aq jtA no.C puf
njsco ui ijjjoav oju Sdi juq.u jsnfjoj spooS
Xnq uco noX ojdia sonunuco ju$ ijst Dqj
1880 CADiiCDCI ,S8'
lsso. rAnlflCllO t8c. ,
We call your attention to the Largest, Best,
and Cheapest Stock of
In the Republican VaUIty.
Years of experience in the trade, has' fatight us
the wants ofthe Farmers of tins great:
Convinced that in your Success lies the interest
of all, wc offer you the best products oC
Drills, Seeders, Corn Plows with Seeder attach
ments, Sulky Plows, Stirring and Breaking
Plows, Marsh Harvester,
Whitney Marsh Binder, the best machine in the
market, Randolph Header Newton Wagon,
Wc shall spare no efiortH to adranre
always happy t how
Aro not only in the
Field, bwt at
Whirh we are prepared ro stff at
for tfie Celebrateil
We . are ' Headqnartei
Pumps of every
GUNsV XKVOLVEtS. IRON aod ftTEEL CXXMIMZ am WACfOS-JiOCK?
HARD-WOOD LVXME AC. AC VA Ha ef TLX f
COPPER aatl SHEET IHOX WOftK !
aad Made to OraV.
Call and sc us, we can SQHijm atoacy.
RED -GLOUD, i
manr - X .
JtlO) CLOUD. NHH
the Iutfret of our fitatotnrr,
our good. (Jive u a call .
STABLER, DEI3HER & C
the Frwtr. HV invito
We are AgnnU
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