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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1881)
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Milk s- , -
f Mi THOMAS,
I1.E0 a ynr if pill Is Aln&ci
KOItTH-EAST OR FOUTII-EAST
This Rotd tofctiibr with the C. B. A Q, which
t it called
Burlington Route !
r'onnn the Bicut complete Una between Ncliraika
poiiitB and all r oinU EBtf MUouri Kivtr.
1'iuscnreri taking this line crou the
Mo. Hirer at I'lafUtnoath
over tlio "
v Plattstooutk Steel Bridge,
Which hai laJely betn completed.
Through Pay 4-oftclicn
ARE RUN TO
and St. Lui,
"Where eloie connection arc made in union depot
for all point Aorth Kat andSouth. Train by
thin route atnrt in Nebraska are there
fore free from the varbius accidonU
which o frequently d-lay trlina
cominjc through from the moun
taidi, and paiKnger are thus
t,uru ot tuukitiK KO"d con
nection when they
a tako the U. k M.
x Through Tickets
in force in the Etato. as well a full and reliable
information required, oan be had upon applica
tion to B. A. W. It. K. Agcnta at any of the
principal stations, or to
38tf General Ticket At et,
9- ii I U
f BED CIiOIJD, BTeb.
Yard south of Hampton &, Rnlston'f
shop, on Main street.
Eeep coBktactly on hand an assortment ot
Larnbcr. JLatb, Sbtavles. Users WIb.
dews. Llae Hair Cement. Plaatar
SBll.dliir Paper ate.
JOIUITS, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
d THEIR SEA80V.
Green and Canned
ETC., ETC., ETC.
i8H Paid fob FARMERS PRODUCE
Fruits Sold so Wsioi.
A, share of the public rmtrona'ge re-
I tifee pArticular pains to keep on hand
the very best of everything in
my Hue of business.
.BED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at nicht and broken of row
Vift bT a sick child u-.crms and cryinit with the
?crati rain of cuitin? tth? 1 f so. , ro at
oncTandgeta bottle f .Mr. Wmrtow's Sooth
inr Syrup. It will rciicce the poor liUlcsuffer
S imuiijiately--lepena upon it: there is no
f-;take aboutit. There is not a mother on earth
TJLjhatitwillreKulate the towels, and five
UHfceaotheKandrclierand health to the
ihlM I apwitlDi like magic. It is lrfcrtly safe
tr i Trail cac. and pleasant to the tast&uA
"Kibe preriPtionofono ortiie ?d"nId.b,
ftae lrician and nurico n the United
J5Su Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
A Cflufc. Cald or Sore Throat
jshall rtenped. Neirlect frequently resnltr 1a
aa Iaearabla Lang. Disease or Consanipuoa.
Brewa'a Rroacfcial Jroches. are certain to give
faUefla Asthma. Bronchitis. Conrbs. Catarrh,
toaniaptive and Throat Dbeasei. Kor thirty
Er the Troches have bees recommended by
Hweiaar. and 8lwavs-iTC perfect satisfaction.
'Xheyarenotaew or nntnei hat having been
teatcdir wide and cooftant ase for.neirly an
entire ircncration. they have attained well
aaerited i rank amonr the few ttnple reacdies of
Ue are. PWc speakew and Smxcri u them
S clear and strengthen tb oicc. bold a:
fwesty-five ceats a hex everywhere.
0. C.Cais. Ja.McNmt.
Case & McNeny,
ATTOnNKYS AXI OTUXBELOKS AT 1W.
Will practice in all the Court of thU State and
Northern Kama. Collection! a well aa HU ci
ted butineucarelullyand effectively attended to.
Oinct:- On Webter Street, one door north
cf Oajber'a Store.
HKD CLOUD, NEB.
A TTORNEV AND COUNSELOIl AT LAW.
Office one door north of Kaley Bro.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
AND REAL KB-TATB OE2T.
Red Cloud. Neb.
wPronpt Attention Given to Collection!.
Orncx- with C. II. POTTER, at Red Cloud
Edwin C. Hawley. -
A TTORNEV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drag Store.
BED CLOPD, 5?j
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Hastings, - Nebraska.
Will practice in all the Court of the State.
Prompt attention given to all business entrusted
to his caro. July w
II. S. KiLKT.
C. W. Kaltct,
Red Cloud. Neb.
J. L. Kalky,
Attorneys at law & real e6tatk
Will practice in all tho Courts in Nebraska
and northern Kanras: collections promptly at
tended to and corre'ponde nee solicited.
BED CLOUD. Nilraixa,
Also. Agents for B. A M. R. R. I.and.
I. W. TUt-IiEYS,
U. 8. Pension Surgeon.
Office over Kaley Bron. law office.
BED CLOUD. KEEBASKA
ELBEKT A. II A LI, ITI. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
AssiManl Sure eon B. A M. U. R. K. a Office
over Johnson Jr Crops dry t-";ods store. Resi
dence over Perkins .t Mitchell's store. 196m
j. m. mosEKA, m. i.
Physician and Surgeon,
" RED CLOUD. NEB.
Will pay special Attention to Obstetrics and
discuses of women Also general and special
surgery. Discares of the Ec and har. Charges
moderate. Office over Shercr'a Drug Store.
Residence 4lh house north of school house.
JAS. n. CALLEKDER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Prompt attendance on all calls in the practice
of medicines or surgery.
COW1.ES, - NEHUASKA.
J. W. MORANYILI.E, C. F. MORANVILI.E,
COWLE3. KEB. A1IBUT. XKB.
COWLES & AMROY, NEIIKASKA.
All professional calls will rocoivo our prompt
and careful attention. 40mf
Dr. H. A. Baird,
W. N. RICHARDSON,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Highest market price paid for hogs and cattla.
J. E. Km itit S. C. Smith M.B.THomsojc.
Pres. First Nat. Cash. First Late Teller First
Bank, Beatrice Nat. Bank Nat. Dank Beat
Neb. Beatrice Neb. rite Neb.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will make collections in any partof the
United States Sell exchange upoa the princi
nal eastern oitie Loan money upon improved
farms Receive depo'its subject to sight drafts
Allow interest upen time deposits, and trans
act a general Banking business.
IIkfebkkcrs: Omaha National Rank. A.
S. Paddock. U. .8 Senator; First National Bank
New York, Cambridge Valley National Rank.
Cambridge New York. -
JOE. JACOBS. Pbopbietoe.
TWO DOORS WEST 0 BOY'S HOMB.
Keeps on band the best brand of Wines,
Liquors. Beer. Ale. and fine Cigars, A share ot
the public patronage is aolioeted.
S&OPRIZTOR RED CLOUD
And Dcalsr la
- All goods ia say Line kept constantly on
band: aad to which I invite tae attentioa of
"' HENRY COOK.
"Eternal Vigilance Is
M. L. THOMAS,
THURSDAY, JAN. 13, 188!.
Mu. A. E. Skaiw, a. lawyer of Hall
county is tlic youngcht member of the
lower branch of the legislature, being,
20 years old, and Mr. Chas. Gale, a far
mer of Richardson county w the oldest
member, being S'J years old.
Mb. II. II. Shkm, of Ashland, Saun
ders count', was elected speaker of
the house at the convening of the leg
islature last week. Mr. Shedd is paid
to be a young man, with plenty of en
ergy, and of a commanding presence,
and will undoubtedly make a good of
ficer. The poor Indian may be a person of
untutored mind, but in one instance,
nt least, has developed a busines abili
ty that would do him credit on the
Rialto, and an exalted opinion of the
value of real estate which would fit
him for active service as salesman or a i
Pine'fitreet agent. Two
oi tno grcai
J .4 . I
railroads of the northwest are anxious
to buy the right of way through the
Sioux reservation, and conferences
have been arranged in Washington
between the representatives of the
railroad companies and of the tribe.
The companies offered nearly $5 an
acre for all the land they needed,
which, as was carefully explained to
the Indians, was nearly four times
what the government received for its
wild lauds. Rut one of the chiefs, by
some mysterious process, had fixed
upon $7,000,000 as the sum to be paid
for the land perhaps because he
knew the mysterious value of the
number seven, and felt sure there were
millions in the speculation and refus
ed to be moved from that magnificent
position. At this figure the compan
ies would pay more than $35,000 a
mile for their lands. Four Rears, who
made this blood-curdling proposition,
and that aggressive financier, Rattling
Rib, who supported him and said in a
sagacious manner that "we must talk
it over slow," are throwing away
time as Indian chiefs. They might
come to New York and speculate in
West Side lots, or take a contract to
convince the public that the Inwood
site has been specially designated by
Providence for tho Worlds. N. Y.
St Paul. Minn.. Jan. 3. At a late!
hour to-night Gen. Burke, adjutant Pi .for the present. The drill stuck
, " , ' , J, in the bottom of the hole and can be
general of tho department of Dakota, 'got out onv witu Krcat diniculty.
received the following telegram, from A shaft will soon he commenced
Major Ingles: The sum of $132,311.52. school mon-
Oamp 1 oixt, roi'LAR Rivkr, Jan. 2, ev.has been apportioned to the coun
via FoitT Bufoki), Jan. 3 After my ties of the state. Douglas, with 9,559
talk with the Indians on the 31st of PP51. gcts $,878.40; Lancaster comes
December, which led mo to believe '"SjJif"15 7'4 ,M,I,i,s' und gcet8
1.n... .:........., .1 l i. m .:.r n
wiii. aiiiucit;, iiiuj tiiivillll iiiici UfOW ,
sent me yesterday a very important
message that they would not move
and would fight me. I moved against
them to-day, surrounded their camp,
shelled them and compelled their sur- i Howard county, two years ago, swal
render; killed one and wounded two, ' lowed a needle. Last week it appear
and lost no soldiers. I have now at cd uml.er thc S" " tl,c i"1' "ml il
the agency about 300 hostiles and
about 300 and forty guns. They
threatened fight, but showed none.
They deserted their villages and burn
ed up about sixty of their lodges,
which will hurt them badlv. Will
start at daylight after thc hostiles who
have gone to Yankton. Six of their
principle men assisted me to-day, aniljTjiavcr COunty, and
were of great service, and I will give Wcro bJoulit to Webs
them some ponies. I have Gallas a
prisoner, and will have The Crow to-
morrow. These people are in great
distress for want of food, and I will do
what I can for them. Thc thermome
ter is twenty degrees below zero.
The following is an extract from a
letter written by the editor of Omaha
Bee to his paper from the present
scene of political carnage, the capital
of Nebraska. It is characteristic.
Last night thc Commercial presen
ted an indescribable scene. Every inch
of room in tho office corridors, stair
ways and passages leading to thc var
ious apartments were jammed with
surging humanity, pushing, gesticula
ting and full of excitement. The all al
sorbing topic was thc speakership, the
division of the legislative offices, and
the question whether Cams was to
have the appointment of the senate
committees. The railroad forces were
on hand with a large lobby of republi
can and democratic cappers. The fed
eral brigade is on hand in full force.
The entire postal service is on the
ground, with Furay, Siebolt Vander
vort and a quintette of postal clerks,
Scores of postmasters, land office
receivers, and other disinterested pa
triots arc button-holing members, pnll
ingtiiem up and down the stairs, whis
pering promises of reward and
promotion into their ears' The vul
turers and birds of prey are also here
in large numbers. Frank Walters. Han-
Ion, Thurston, and other shvsters and
cappers are hovering around the mem-
The mrand army of Sharks, jobbers covered and hot by the daring hnn
ana middle men is on the ground in -rr- r ... , .i ...,
full force. BarnacleBarnes, of Cass,lters' e are informed that the cattle
who sold out Thayer six years ago; owners m the vicinity of the Fort arc
the blancLand Smilinp- Rill Stmit- t !, ' raisTno- a. Tmrsp fnr trmrr us a rwnri
urbane JDan Wheeler, are all dwnK-
moved with anxietv to assist onr law-
makers in arriving at a proper under-
standing of their duty.
tltz price of Liberty' and
WKBSTERCO- NKBRASKA. THURSDAY.
ireTsIicss Frca aUsreriis Sute.
St. Paul ha litre
Wolves ara immurotu in Clay coun-
OiirfcLttc jienitentiary Iia. 270 in -
Realricc was acvetl last Sjiring at
w t rr
Reaver are numerous in the Rupul
Harlan county's cxpensej for
year aggregated f 12,000.
Valparaiso charges $500 saloon
cen-e and has but one bar.
Five thousand vomit: Salmon
been placed in the JJluc river.
Huflalo hones have advanced
ale now worth $11 per ton at lnilianola.vprcvcnt an election. llieii itcrhaj
Three saloons were hvt week t will be Weaver and Dundy or
rlocd in Hastings owing
to high It-
A factorv for the tools and mining
machinery ia to be toon erected at
n iMnn,u..,i..'. .r ...i...i i. ..,.'
been shipped from St, Paul this hea-
Snow is very heavy in Custer county
and much hiitl'ering "among the cattle
The Fremont and Elkhorn Valley
' road will be built to Fort Niobrara
. next Himiner.
Rcatricehas an electric telephone,
,, i , ....... j,,; ()f w;rc s.mi
J u e are inclined to believe this mora
Peter S. Duller, of Colfax county, (han reading carefully the
sold twenty head of hogs, averaging . , ?
451 pounds each. (governors message. It reviews bnelly
,,., . c i i . the industries of the state for the past
Tho postmaster at Schuyler says .
four turkeys were sent by mail from .vw,r. an fortl1 ' t,,wr 8hl tho
that town to San Franci.-co. jiossibilities of the future in all the v.i-
Gagc county has 40,000 head of . r details of Mate, county and muni
sheep whithin its boundaries. The cipal growth. The reports of tho sev
wool clip for S80 was 250,000. oral state institutions nNo encourage
The Methodists will sooii have a the belief that the State will continue
chucrh edifice at Sitlney. having pur- to prosper, and that the vear 18S1 will
chesed an old hotel for the purpose. not ,,e be,,incl the yoar m -m m
it. j. jciauo. oi .uacoii nrerwiri,
Franklin county, realized t40S for hi?
crop of broom corn, above all expen
ses. Mr. G. T. Carlwrii'ht, of Colfax
county, in boring a well, cut through
i a log of wood at a depth of thirty-
A number of black wolves arc
ranging through Dawson county.
They are a rare breed in that portion
of the state.
Ed. Griffin, a Decatur barber delib
erately shot himself last week, first
rockine his child to sleep and exnlain-
mi; hi ii niii; im; vii-jiiiiimiu iiv iiai-
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cu ukuic oi ins propun .
A Schuyler collector sent a dunning
note for $1.75 to a man living twenty
five miles from town. The next day
the debtor came that distance to pay
fifty cents all he had.
A Hastings young lady, who was in
sulted by a "ma-dier," last week met
him on the street and proceeded to
spread him out on the sidewalk. He
has not been seen lately in that locality-
ihc coal dnlltngat Ponca has slop-
Six hundred car loads of stock have
been shipped from Indianola since
jjunc ast; also
3,000 tons of bullalo
A child of Mr. Blessing, of Fairdale,
was cut out with a razor, it was one
inch and a quarter long and much
Tho fish commission have distribu
ted fish as follows: 5,000 to Robert, of
Butler county; 5,000 to Taylcr, of the
assylum; 5,000 to R. C. Brown, of
j Johnson county;
' Seward county 5
5,000 to Cams of
000 to Alexander, of
the other 5,000
A few days ago your informant visi
ted the recently discovert! coal mine
in Spicer precinct, and found nineteen
men actively engaged in taking out
coal. Erom 500 bushels of coal are
mined daily, yet the demand is not
supplied. The main entry to the
mine opens at the foot of a blufi, and
has been drivon into it a distance of
160 feet. Side entries, or rooms, have
been driven upon each side of thc
main one a distance of 120 feet, The
vain is twenty-six inches thick, and
fields a superior article of coal.
Two mountain lions, a male and fe
male were killed last week by two
hunters, on an island in the Platte riv
er, four miles east of the old military
post, Fort McPherson. These animals
arc the most ferocious anil dangeroos
to be found in America, and are
dreaded, and avoided, when possible,
by hunters acquainted with their sav
age character. It is 'very seldom
that the Unites get so far-east as were
thc two killed, their haunts being on
the slopes of the Rocky mountains,
and in the surrounding country. A
Texas steer stands but a poor chance
for his life against the attacks of these
animals, and the the two just killed
j liad coralled one and were preparing
to have a feast urion him when dis-
r-i-:n: t.t,- j i. :
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ine neiftortiooar ana that a sharp
loolsout is being kept for them-lEx.
$1 50 a year is the price
The Thavcr countr Sitmr! gy'v the
following prediction.' m regard to the
J Paddock will lead. Hut he can not
c in on the lift ballot, and not at
j nil. Nance i really in the race, after
, his usual style, and nil! eventually t
I loom up. i
an yck will start out o. 2, anrt
t . ..
will hold hi forces bettor tiian. rt
dock. Hut it i doubtful if He can
unite all the nntis, '.ho bltvo tliey
have force enough, when combined; to
elect thoir man.
Atfirt it will be Paddock and Van
Wyck, with Dundy, Wwer, Nance
etc., on the ouu-kirls. Then it will he
j Van Wyck anil Nance, or Dundy, with
similar couting forces, enough to
Nance, etc,, with more than likely
a black horse to win the race, at
Tiilkk is everv indication that the
present year will be as proprrotn to
i the people of Nebraska a. the one jut
J 'lo--ed, and if such be the cum?, wc as a
people will have no cau-c to complain
, Dunn" the vear 1550 ewrv branch of
' business and industiv within our Imr-
,it.rd um0 raj,;,j n,i puiHtniitiiii
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ii-iiiii! 4uiu v- i unv tt,n unit t4
'same measure of good fortune will be
frtiMii!oil In tln Tirftjitvit vnnr
hm activity anil sulwtantial alvance-
ment. In fact, if indications go for
anything, the present year will be to
Nebraska what no other year has ever
been before, greater in wealth, greater
by many thousands in its population,
greater in agriculture and greater in
substantial improvements. If we mis
take not, the year 1SS1 will make a
record for Nebraka of which she will
ever be proud. Lincoln Journal.
OUU TTASHIIWTKI LSTTSB.
Washington' D, C,
Jan. 3d. 1SSI.
On Wednesday next, on the reas
sembling of Congre.-s, it is not believed
that thete will be a quorum of Repre
sentatives present, very few have ar
med so far. If however a quorum
can be had, the committee on appro
nriations will assert its command of
the lloor, and push the army bill al
ready reported, and the others made
ready for report during thc recess.
Just when Mr. Wood can secure
action on his funding bill is uncertain.
Mr. Reagan will fight hard for early
consideration of his Inter-State com
merce bill. Observation in thc Hou.e
makes me confident that five-sixths of
the members agree that some mea-ure
asserting the authority which Reagan's
bill recognizes in the Federal govern
ment should be passed. Rut this is
legislation upon a new line, and both
House aad Senate will act with delib
eration. Meanwhile, at least one of
the railroad companies doing business
lelween this city ami the east shows
by wilfully delaying thc traffic of a
rival company, to thc great damage of
the public, that it has no fear of early
final action on any bill like that of thc
It is said here that Senator Conk ling
will during the weeks call attention of
the Senate to the much written about
campaign speech of Senator Bayard,
but nothing is said as to the form of
his reference to it.
Senator RIainc is credited with the
intention of making, and the author
ity to make, of an early day, a speech
which will indicate in some respecfe
the policy of the next administration,
Thc prominence lately given the Sen
ator as prospective Secretary of SLitc,
makes the story plausible.
President Hayes is credited, now
that he cannot keep on reassigning
one Cnbinct officer every ten days to
the Navy Department, with thc inten
tion of assigning first one and then
another to the position. A careful
calculation shows that thc supply of
omeers win not quite iioui out even
although "February has twenty eight"
days only this year. There will be a
time, perhaps from the second to .the
fourth of March, when only the six or
seven Bearean officers of the Depart
ment will be present for duty. It ia
to be hoped that nothing serious will
happen to our gallant but rather limi
ted navy during those two or three
There is no Secretary of the Xavy.
It has been decided that thc President
cannot legally appoint Secretary Ram
sey any longer, hence the probabili
ties are that Garfield will be called
upon to choose a Cabinet officer in
The weather has moderated within
the last two hours, and the :hermom
ater markes a tejaperature above thc
" ticatnee cneese lactory is ma-
ting about TOO poonds of cheese
p fo anj finj a rea,jy for j
of the Jtnd Cloud Cutrf.
JAXUAKY 13, 1SS1.
1 & FLasi G1&:: M&f iiist for s5S 00.
KElUIt IV I'KJCE TO
$i:C j:r Asrrs. 25 cists ;c? iJitr.
A !t)PULAR Illustrated Mo.ntk-J
ly g? li7era7jre, $cie,nce,
Art and Travel
Announcement for 1881.
With the January NumW I.irnx'
currV Mk.ahvi; mil ntT-tipn a
Nuw Sen, n cltaitice nhnh will 1k?
mnrked bv many improvement" and
a liisUt-nitl rtnliK'tWHi in pcic. Main
tniiniiK the .mr bijh htsrary sUitahmi
a in the jm-:. hut preiuuj:
NEW A- ATTKAITIVE KKATrtfKS,
rendering the Mapazme nncwil
lighter in character thmi hitherto, it.
conductor- will ,-jniro no etrrt to
cure for it the ditmcite reputation
of a thoroughly
POPULAR AND FIRSTCLAS3 FAM
ILY M. VGA.! NE.
The raMd develoju-ment of peri"
ical literature dunng reent yetr ha
liecit attended nt only by a vat in
crease in the numlMr of iwider. IrtitUy
a proportionate advance in thcrr r
ouirenients. Some Magazine nddro
tliemsvlvvp to jiiiti utar cl-"vs enga
ged in special studies, others seek tu
meet the general demand of the itiiim
intelligent reader-. Ranking itelf
among the latter, Lutimvjtt'.s will aim
to foriith entertainment and a healthy
stimulant to tho of lwth Mn who
find their bt mental refreshment in
LIGHT ATTRACTIVE RKADIMG.
It new Mhunc will tiiilinuT a great
aricty of tojiico, giving -pet ml promt
dsnee to those that concern actual life,
ite interest, -octal aspect, and it vtv
iu pictures and graphic sketches. The
lit of writers will inchnle many nevr
contributon. freh editorial depart
ments will bo added, and illustration-,
carefully executed, will continue to
hold a place.
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copie., $7.50, Five copies, $1 1.50;
Ten copies, with an txtra copy to the
ft?Si,KCi.Mr.N Nl'MiiF.u mailed, pott
pnid, on receipt of 20 cents.
J. B. UPPIKCOTT & Co., ?-iVddwrs,
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II .1 KIP IfVIf JE
Guide KOch, - KcJi.
Krrjtln'c uiji' Vrrt In n Cntcl?t
come and sec us as wc
will not be
RED CLOIT), NER.
The ehoiert of Kreh tnea". K.infnrr
FowNnti'l Try!hlnc in th line that tuo ran
Vet af!bnl. always nn hn 1.
'Shoi two doun outh of Sberer' Hrne tn?
G3A7'S SPSCinC 2ISD1CP-?
fRAOC MARK 7Jje CrOitTIIAOtMAUK
tij. A nnfall
leney. anJ !'
m:..i TAXIR6..jc-nce of Sol. Ulll TAIIlt.
b'i . Imi of iretnorr. vnter?4l, I Jc.
j a" ' the back, dimaex cf tmi'o. Ic 'nr
ull "z.nnJ many fiber lieaiM thaf Irx I In
sti tr or Conjumptina anl a prciflatnre ra
e I u'l particular in our painbtct w e
dt'in i jn-l free by mail tercry nr. r-Th
Teciric-1 medicine i -M I'T all lrucj;it at il
Kf rackace. or lix i-arkaseJ lor ? r will
cnl free ty mail on rciM i.flhe money. I,y vl
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a..13cchanrrr !&. iKstroii. Mith.
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BOOTS and gffOEtt
Hat 9? Caps, 8b
Rta'ly Made Clothing.
We have ths Largest
Stock in the Valley and wiU
not bt undersold.
Give as a call, one 2nd aB.
Bed ClMid 3Tefc,
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Staple Fancy Groceries,
Choice Nuts. Fruits- & Confections.
jtrKrrh Fnut and VrjjubS .s4d
Vm.l nd Wintkr Goods ok
thev are worth in Csn.
1 hell them at a small profit'.
I make no book account.
I have but one price.
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Wire that will make a Visible Fence
Pig Tight. Bull Strong H Horse High.
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Barb Fence Wire,
B. 6c M. Depot.
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NEW HAVEN, CONK,
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