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ED CLOUD, KSAASSib
T V" "nR rs TMR
IU H17ZST UhbS&
M. L. THOMAS,
"Eternal Vigilance is ike jsrice of Liberty;9 tind $1 50 a year is tie price of the lied Claud Ch ief.
RED CLOUD, WKBSTERCO. NKBRASKA, THURSDAY,-AP1UL 23. 1SS1.
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l cur EmMiejn nuuic
- j oh tt and all loinMhiM of .Missouri Hirer.
I'mtsmiri-rn tnVirr thu line crKM the
if., it..... ot Pi.,(t..fm'itli
4 ovtr the
JTlattsmouth Steel Bridge,
M Inch hae lately been outnj'letrd.
Through Day roaches
F,tirnMePir,gars!A1T01tNEY asdcoob at law.
rtsnl St. E.Oui,
WLrc tic f r rriicc tion? nre mnde in union JepDS
fiir !1 joii.tt'Aoith l-- anJxiitth. Trnint by
this rut ttait in Ncbnu'ka. are thorr-
lorn Irrc lr r;i tin- tarioui aocidcnU
nhuli n lMiirn;ly ! lay trnin
t.tid. :iinl juihM-nfr-" a" ihua
ure uftnnkinK V'fl ton-
iii.ctici:H nlicu they
ial. the B. A M.
I OWEST KATi:
in U tee in si of Jaii. n wri! a lull imd rfliaUe
iiifttii2'ir:i if-'jTril. cm !. h:ul iion aiijilica
ti u io I! A M. 11. I' Akiuc at anj of the
(iiiiii.l tiUtiLi.i-. or to
l8if (JtiitrrlTirlit Arcnt.
That this meiliitnr hasliccn
VJ la juiv.n
for 35 jears in
.ale pracuce, '
in all diseases o I the throat I
rnd lungs is the greatest J
IS 3.lv men da
tion this Balsam can have
'?r-rivBi--flPr? :sls I.eil "or saic.
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to tllO re!' i''l(' :llil V. (U-klli.U'll '
time .-LinJ of K. H Slionr IJi-tl ('loud. I
un I huv :i 1 oottie II nltt'r u-Miij
two-ihird. ou 't no ivHcf. Muni I
tht' balftJire and set otir tuuucy
It i th. rrsnlt of 2() r.irs ricrirncr and
rcxit-nzucnt- l-i S mi - 5lsc.'i . It mmi.n.o i.
eood mint' t nil yrv ' on I f ttrr w.tlri. aul U
not i"oncmau"or"'iiPi Ii"nici-UuHBioJhrnj
ire. ItrnoliNliu-tUfiTts ortIiiT,andii
Ztt nnr ami rilahl ftuturij. ml conrn1enP'.
It Id lar-je. ItaM-rvui'-. u" ' . ailoi. n
rlsfrrif. Jruf. nil I ..''- nrriinlrd ntid
tuJriiUii xent frvd miutt. ItiMirrfyUifl
ej vT' tniil vnU j.ne- Don't full to Meo It
..Vvoubliv. Mam KTVin.ii.vll.OKUNC
MVt'IllNK "t-Mon no', Ma-.. w 1101.KHAI.O IJT
O. U IJENT;h and bi Jack-vu St. Chicago. I1L
lea or In
r of rwwilor.
p1 Mica or Imrurlaiw. Is
. .---71. .?T- -U 1..KAn
fhn RPSTanJ CHEAPEST
bocan-o it docs not sum, but forms a
SKiaKtrS SS -ll-tit0nfnic :thl Tdraft.
lit la U cheapest itxsuao it costs no rnore
Ithan inferior brands, and one box will do
iauTlH"i?, li:irfi. . '"w "
CUARANTEED to contain no Petroleurn.
For ku y in Jirst-ciiJ-H .Valors tV Oiir iwlrt
Cyclo-rdia cf TKhvj It'arlA A"m-nff mailed fn.t
'IV -- .". -, 11 . T u
MICA MANUhAUl urti-u .
Michigan Avenue. Chicago. Illinois.
Robinson Wagon. Co.
Buggies & Phaetons.
&rd for Juiisus aud jticm t j
ROBUfSC-f TTAGOM" CO.,
THE"H0ESE & WAG01T.
. ALU JStfUl.
cn the Horse.
His L:Jyr. i-:.-acturc. use
taJ treaceat. Also ii2 a U x k f tue met
Important and Effective Eemediea
for the care of tie Iii5 ef tHc hcrje.
fT" Yal jiblc to eciy owacr aad lover cf the
TuWUhcJ by the SCZU:: tTASCK C, Cii;
Citl, 0., and sent. pcctse paid, to aay address. o
receipt cf THREs3-ct3T ST.-.? irs.
Three sheets, lOL heavy plate rXr. coauw
ins elevations. pJax- ai d i'cuu: f r tbesbeve he:
Uo boo- cf -"0 pa;es. Kivr.ivpecaicauoas. iteiaucd
esttnate and fona of c-ntrau invaluable to every
carpenter nr rurty propoins liuilduig. as a guide ia
-fakirs Mds or drawing contracts.
J?r:ic J.0-n, Scstlnai'-I 3sJ J- r reeeiptcf
iSS'c'-v-S.wigcii it. l'ut before the
Vr?)i.--ij' public in i860. rrice25c.
w--Jfc - .
?Jr3i?i fcjA. Tcr-h. D. Kitrv.a.
iJgr"eSSJ5SlI. Tarlcr. J:. M Io
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0. C. Casf. Je. McNkst.
Cask & McNeny,
TTOKNEYb AND COC.NsIXOHS AT I.IW
Will j.rartice ia all tho Courts of thi Stat anil
Northern Jfcoa. Collection a well ai JitiiM-tMhu'inrjsuu-elully
and efficiently attended to.
OrricK- On Wobiter Struct, one dour north
of Oarber's Store.
i:u cloud, xkb.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTOnSCY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office one loor north of Kalty lirox.
UEI) CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
ATTOKSKY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
AtvIO HEAL EftTATC AOEZT
R.d Clond. Neb.
tnj-Protopt Attention "!iven to Collections.
.. !., p. 11. TOTTER, at Re4 Cluud
J Drujr Store.
Edwin C. Hawley.
Office over Farley's Drug Store.
BED CLOUD, - - K2B.
A TTOR.NKY AND COUNSELOR AT
Y IlAiTINGr', - XrailUSKA.
Will practice in all the Conrts or the State.
I'niinrt attention given to all buiinew entrusted
to his cure, julyl
II. S. Ktirr.
C. W. KlUY.
I'.td Cloud. Neb.
A 1TOUNEYS AT LAW & HEAL ESTATE
! V AOENTS.
Will rmclirnin all the CVurtf in Ntbraika
J rtl northern K.mi. culleciin Hmuiitly at
I tcijJtJ to ami coirctiiundcncefulirited.
LED CLOUD, KebrasU.
! Alfo. Accit for 11. A M. K. B. Land.
j ELBERT A. HALL iff. D.
llED CLOUD, NEIL
A-.iiit.-in: Surreon II. d- M. U.K. - C jOflico
over JnhtiKin A l'r' dry jr"oda fture. Rei-
dtnee over I'trkiui MitchellN -tore 106ui
j. 1. .nosE"VA, in. d.
Physician and Surgeon,
HtiD CLOUD. NKI1.
Will tiay siiecial nttentinn to Obstetrlesand
J ditc.-c3 uf munen Auo general and npecwl
' urKr5 Difrurm of tho Eje and Kar. harge
1 loodrrate. Office orer HhererV Druit Store.
Ktidcuce 4th boue north of echool houe.
Dr. H. A. Baird,
W. IT. IIICHARDS01T,
RED CLOUD. NKBKA6KA.
'Iighrst market 1 iico pj:J f.,r hoiuand cattle.
J. I. Smith S. C. Suith M.B.THom-nov.
Pre.. FiritNaU Cash. Firt Late T.ller First
Uank. Ilcatrico Nat. Hank Nat. nnk Beat
Neb. Keatrice Neb. rice Neb.
I mh rotl(rH ft flJiompaon,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will make collection in any part of the
United States Sell exchaiiRC upon the princi
pal ca.tern uiti Lonn money upon tinprovod
farm Receive depo ita anbiect to sight draft
Allow interest upen time depoi, and trans
act a Kcncral ISankinK bnMuet.
HurcnrKftK.i: Omaha National Rank, A.
S. 1'aJdnck.U. -t Senator; Firet National Dank
New York. CanihriJge Valley National Dank,
Caubriiisc New York.
PROPUIETOU RED CLOUD
Ac J Dealtr la-
OILS g VARNISHES
AH goods is sty Line kept constantly on
hasd: and to which I invite the- attention oi
RED CLOUD, NEB.
The choicest of .Freh neat. Saarace
fowl and 'verythinr in the-line that the mai
krt afford', always on hnJ.
' Shop two door wuth of SherVr drscatort
The sweeping tide of prosperity is
shown bv the immense increase of
business in the Patent Office, General
Land Oliice, Pension Office; and ctrler
Departments of tho Go'.rnirlcnt.
Patent ttisa, Pension claims, Con
tested Land entries, or other lti.flittss
i)l;iccl in the hands of Presbre &
Gicen, Attoniflv--, o5 Tin sh. Was!
:nxo:i u. t. 'vut twve mimcOmte air
v- - .
A. L. THOMAS,
THUKSDAY, APEIL2S, 1SS1. , I csillwl Spanish fand.mgoi arc of frc
SfSSSfmmmmmmmFmmfSSt J quent occurrence, and during their
The Nebraska State Medicsil Asso
ciation meets at Norfolk June 7th.
The .Missouri river was eight miles
wide at rialL-mouth last Saturday.
The water covered the bottoms from
bluff to bluir.
Hon. C. IL Van Wvr will please
accent our thanks for ropy of Ma-
hones epcech delivered in the Senate
of the U. S. March 2Sth 1881.
An exchange Fayp that every man
who is able to buy a farm upon which
to bring up bis sons .liouId do so. It
fa on the farm that the best men mor
ally and intellectually, are turned
The Nebraska Press Excursion an ill
leave Lincoln on the ISth of May, go
ing direct to Chicago, where it irf ex
prctrd th-it the editors, their wives,
daughters and sweet-hearl will have
a gay time taking in the ."ights of the
Somebody told General Hancock the
other day that Garfield had lot forty
pounds in weight since bis inaugura
tion. "That is the first thing I have
heard," quickly re ponded the Gener
al, "which causes me to regret that I
We have from time to time published
some very flattering correspondence
from New Mexico, and as the follow
ing, which we clip from the Lincoln
Journal seems to show up the other
aide, we publish it.
This description of New Mexico was
given by a Mr. Carlisle who has spent
three years in that country.
He says that the railroads that arc
now being extended through the Terri
tory are bringing in hundreds of peo
ple from all parts of the country, and
scarcely a train arrives at Santa Fe
that has not on board .repiesentatives
from almost every state in the union .
Many of the pavscngei.s are invalids
seeking health, and nine out of every
ten generally find it, if they remain
long enough; but the bulk of the new
comers are wealth-seeker, and fnrm-
o i.iv.(... .k i'iiiirii,iwii, J i' I It 1-3 I, . 1,, ,,".l
.1 . . i r . ,1 dcnioeracv. It will be well if these
farther east to seek a fortune in (he - . , . , . ,-
most barren countrv over which the icii "re right in their pred.e-
Amcriean llag ever floated. tl0,w- 0ne ,h,,n" ' CCrUi:"' lh """P
-1.1 -, generation will never point out to the
As an agricultural country, it is a,.ll,l,,,",
r.,w Vi .,.! ,!,, ,. I United Stales Senators sis specimen
lIIIUIV ASV.-. (tllll L1II.I1 III. all 111X7 '
river courses may be found narrow
valleys, from six hundred feet to a half
mile wide, where the soil is rich and
fertile, but they can only be made pro
ductive by irrigation. On the Itio
Grande, the largest river in the terri
tory, the land is very preductive, but
every foot of it is taken up by gresisers
who eke out a bare living.
The farming is of a very primitive
&tylc. The plows, old fashioned things
such as our grandfathers used, arc
drawn through the soil by slow plod-;
ding oxen, who stop when they feel
uruu, siuu siru irequenwy iounu lying
in the furrows chewing their cuds,
while the driver is on the shady side of
them sound asleep. C.uses of this kind
says Mr. Carlisle, are common. TJie
Mexicans arc indolent, and as long as
their stomachs are filled and they
have plenty of tobacco to chew and
smoke, they are perfectly happy.
The general face of the country
would remind one very forcibly that
a long and wide plow had run through
the country at some time and ripped
r r 1
tin an lnnnniisn mrrrmv fnnr nr 1iv,
' " ' - tacior.
hundred feet wide and about ten feet Secretsiry Windom has met the fi
deep, and then a devouring lire hail nancisil problem squarely and his ac
pmscd'over it, leaving it as bleak, tion will inspire confidence in the fn-
, , . ., , ..- ... turcofhis administration. Responses
black and barren as the imagination nrc bpj m:ulc to lh K ,,v j .
can conceive. It is strictly a mineral jmCr the country. The Tradesmen's
region, but tho great' trouble is to find J National Bank of New' Haven tele-
wsiter, ami the little found i. of a verv graphed acceptance of the terms of
- ,-. . ' secretary W ludom s circular, sind
poorqualiu. i forwarded bonds to the amount of
The towns are very ancient and di- $280,000 in 1SSI G's to thcTrrasury to
lapidated. Sstnta Fe, one of the oldest be renewed at 3 j per cent. There is
in Mexico, is divided into what is ' o doubt the totsil amount of the ma
t... n .0 i. Ar-:. .. 1 1 tunng bonds will be partially conver
known as the Mexican and American tCll 3 j ,-.. fad it
quarters. The former towii is very j (known that a syndicste in New
filthy and has a very tumble-down ap-1 York is preparing to buy up all the
rfearance. The American side" is a lit- sixes believeing that tbfc wilt Ihj a
.1, ,, ,, 11.1 - . specuisition in them at three and one-
aebeter-the adobe houses ,n most ,lf p(.r cent aftcr Ju,v
cases being plastered on the inside Sixty-three years sigo the 13th of
and all of them have'a window or two ! April the star :md stripes our present
in the long, low houses. Avltilc the?l;cautif,,lbanner WttS "nrurietl vcr
taln.ta Mira ,j. l-ej'ISi'tf 5S?LSbS
a couple of doors and pcrhajis one stripe. On the admission of Iudiana
window. j the subject wa considered by the
The proprietors' of- the sloresfkeep a nvl committeewho cotisultdd with
general stock of merchandise, and Mrof?! " roffl" "Jft C'
.. . v . , ,., , "n c-simucl C. Rcid :u;U thl result
Carlisle saVs he hsis setir a silk dress n-.is tbp ailnntinnW a flr with thW.
ers may be seen in the stores tsilking
politics, but little, if anything, is
heard of their pursuits in life. In-
stead of -ittimr 011 chaiis. or lmvW nrf
. . :.. ; ' .
Oil the COUter, as the AllSsOtman is'
j groups squatted upon thtTP.oorahd in".
v-kn.. -k- -... I. - - .T- ..
""".' ll",C5 "lt: '" oni 01 ic store
pattern and a glas5 ofwiikey sold teen stripes to represent the original J
over the same counter. At all hours Suites a new slsr to be adde'd with j
during the d:.v a filthV pack of grcas-j tllV -d-on of each new Stale j
I their eleps through the living nuu-s of
filth or jump over them.
j 'Hie great ambition of the genuine
' greaer, ."ays Mr. (Carlisle, is to le the
owner of n burro a small jacka?) nd
u pair of long-horned oxen. This
'with a goodly Mipply of corn-meal and
P'en,-V" of tobacco and very little work.
'and he is as liaiipv :us a lord. The so-
holidays they si r kejit up uay and
night for a week. Their great amu.e-
incuts however arc bull-fighting and
chicken mains. Here U where the
chivalry of New Mexico may be found
dressed in bis best bib and tucker, and
ready to gamble his I.tt dollar on the
red or the black bull, or blue or gray
When away from the towns you
, meet a Mexican, the fin-t thing he asks
for i a chew of tobacco. It vou have
been in the country long enough to
become acquainted with their cus
toms, you carry your tobacco in very
small pieces, and bund him out a
piece. He sticks all of it in his capa
cious maw, and when your back is
turned be takes it out sind divides it,
that he may have a piece left for a
rainy day, which usually takes place
in the month ot July.
Mr. Carlisle ays he met a few Ne-
hraskau on tlwir way to the God-for-ken
country; but sifter he has seen
Nebniska, he cannot imagino what
j they are going there for, unless it i
for health. It's a fine country for
consumptive; but ;v ery poor country
for thoc who arc seeking homes, and
his advice to sill is to keep far away
from New Mexico.
OUR WASHINGTON LSTTEB.
Washington April 25, 1881.
Winter is over and gone but the
farce that is going on daily at the Sen
ate still continues. Senators have
paired and gone 'till a bare quorum
is now present in the city. For a
time the galleries were crowded at
every so'ion but the thing has be
come so stale that buncombe speeches
arc now made to empty scats. The
country is beginning to ask what is to
be accomplished by this long contin
ued struggle. --True there arc oilicers
and appointees, to be inside or unmade,
contingent upon the outcome of the
contest, but is it not also pregncnt
with results that will couplo the Re
publican party with a readjustees idea
of debt paying that borders closely
upon lepudiation. Some are able to
see through the smoke of Ibis conflict,
the advanced couriers of a new dispen
sation in the south scattering among
the Ilourhons political dynamite that
shall rend the power of the southern
. . .
brick of hightoned dignitaries.
Well the whole country may as well
surrender. Mule business in Indiana,
will be poor hereafter in all the future.
The good ladies henceforth in that
State are to have the right to vote at
all elections if the Governor signs the
bill. The good time coming stesils on
apace, l.allot stuffing, tissue voles,
bribery, license to sell , that which
ruins our brightest young men will
soon be among the things that are
lost in the oblivion of forgctfulness
and known only as the relics of a
semi-barbaric age. God speed the day
For right is right, since God is God
And right the cause will win,
To doubt would be disloyalty
To falter would be sin.
Hon. Hiram Price, appointed Com
missioner of Indian affairs, will at
once familiarize himself with the du
ties of the oHiee, so that when confirm
ed as he eventusilly will be he will
have the hang of thing?, so to spcsik.
If he will make some sweeping chan
ces and infuse a new element into the
iiii'iiiiiiiiieiinif win in; it I'linin, uviiu-
rlnrt.t (mn r -& , I. .t tl.lin l4-t a
. - '. - . .. ...
Emblem divine ; our flag' of the
'" ft low estimate, nity per - cent
Qttmif4iiff Ctv f2r rinf v.
cion? faile! to nsiss fvimmnfinn. In
.1 . .. . J. .
ecent nominations to
clerics mi is
in the Petition Bureau, the' nile will
illJ III IIL'l, I!I" II!l- -VII! .MIlINIlIlL
. " -; . ;. - :k-
ments T..4te i ,. S-.cretry Xirkwool
-.w -...- wi, XWfc itli4 UM
ambition" appointees will fail to pass
the rubicOn of an examination such
i life, its hopes, ambitioiw.
The business, boom that has struck
the north and -aest ban not yet reach
ed the outh, although water power ii
found in everv stream, milling wealth
in every hillside, building aud manu
facturing enterprises unliug dormant
in the forests, sind financial profit ex
isting in all of her wonderful yet unde
veloped resources. Political freedom
and business prjirity go hand in
bund Bourbon rule has .pauperized
the indtir-tncH of tho sunny south.
For a wonder one man ha- lieen
found who rejects the otfer of an ai
jmintment. lite irreprsible Dalzcll
of Ohio, declined un $1800 place in a
long epistle addressed to the Screlsiry
of the Interior. Possibly the examin
ation may have had a distrejsiiig in
fluence upon the famous 'iiigh pri
vate" who hsis no ambition to compete
with the 'majahs" and "jedges who
hold a -season ticket in this civil ter
Sixteen years ago the 14th of April
the si-va1 i nation of Abraham Lincoln
slioeked the whole civil Ired world.
Just in the mid-t of the wildest jubila
tion at the fall of the rebellion which
had lasted four long weary years, and
which had robbed our country of it
ten-- of thousands, martyrs for liberty,
csime the crushing blow that csvst a
pallor of gloom over the whole hind.
It is well to recall thee reccollections
and memories at this time, when the
action of the Deraocrhtic minority in
the Senate is in full keeping with the
sentiments and actions of the seccd-
ing members in 1861.
2Te--iZteau Fwn Uorert5 SUte.
Polk county has .twenty-five mnlb
ters. Wood River has organized a Land
Lyons is. to have :v firat-elass creAin
ery. Hubbell has four agricultural imple
Lincoln's electric light company has
Aurora's, new $5,000 school house is
in course of erection.
Clay county' jail has been provi
ded with iron cells.
North Bend has voted to invent
$5000 in a biick school-house.
A lodge of- Odd Fellows has been
instituted at Plum Creek.
Over thirty dwellings arc in course
of construction at Blue Springs-
The christian denomination at Paw
nee City have decided to put up a
church this summer.
David City Methodists have secured
the lot for tlieir new church.
Over 240 farmers' allieuces are re
ported in the state with a membership
A rheesc factory is to be established
at Fiiendvillo ami buildings will soon
A stock company is being organized
at Beatrice to put up an amber cane
There is tome prospect of- th'e gov
ernment locating an Indian training
school at Genoa.
The new; $50,000 B. it M.' depot at
Lincoln will be completed aud in use
by tho first of May.
The proposition to fund the indebt
edness of Cuming count- was defeated
at the late election.
Two fourteen year old boys in
Franklin county recently killed four
laruc white swans at one volley.
The rivers sind lakes about Fremont
are black with wild gcesr. They nev
er was so numerous before.
The fish commissioners of the state
desire proposals for tht; location of a
fish "pond for hatching purposes.
Between fifty and sixty new brick
buildings have been commended or
contracted for in Lincoln this spring.
Oliver Compbcll, ehot a white
swan on the Nemaha river Inst Fridav
wbich measured eight feet from tip to'
Forty aorw of sorghum will be
planted by L. F. Gould, near Hast
ings, and his molasses factory en
larged. John Binder, of Colfax county. lost
his entire flock of400hecp, with tho
exception of 19, during the late high
Work r4i' trie railroad near Table
Rock is'progrcssing rapidly. The town
will be hemmed in with tracks when
it is completed.
A sou of David Mooney, at Beaver
City, was recently thrown from his
pony unto a barbed wire fence and
Fnim'rifteen saloons Columbus has
nowr got down to two under the new
ordinance, made in compliance with
the liew law.
The saloon of Wiely A Co., at Carle
ton w.us entered last week and the
faucet knocked out of seven kegs-and-birrcls,
ciiUilin a Io of over
Osceola htai presented a petition to
the county commissioners of PolV
county, as.kiiig a special election t-J
vote $3,000 in precinct bonds for a
Eight' hundred people of Tecurovmi
have signed a petition praying the1
governor tb pardon Henry" Parish-,
who is norr serving a fifteen years
sentence in'thd penitentiary.
Geo. Hart of Grand Island, while
under the influence of liquor deliber
ately shot three' times Mfchsbl Cress
for'refusing to drink with hrm. The
wotindcd man b in a precarious con
dition and the citizen Ulketf of lynch
ing H3 assailant.
The Holt county authorities arc"
bwlriog for two more of tire cow-boys,
Stuart- and Smith, accessories to the'
murller of Sheritr Keri:-
The annual shooting-tchmartTcnl of
the Nebraska"State9portsraens asso
ciation will be held on the fair
grounds in Nebrsiska City oh Tuesday.
Wedncsdav, Thursdsir "ahd1 Frcdav,
May 17th. ISth, 1 9th, 20th.
No lives were" lost by the higlf water
at Niobrsira. srrd the damage to the
town was slight. The rircr at that
point during "the ilood Was about six
miles in width. Its surface" is now
covered with broken ice. A few miles
eat of that point the breadth of the
wa'rws twelve miles, reJi-iing this
SP ANOGLE ft FUNK.
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Two Doors South of Bank,
RED CLOUD. - NKBEASKA.1
Go To W.
Staple Fancy Groceries,
fN TOWN. Ali0
Choice Nuts, Fruits, 6c Confections.
BrFreflh Fruits and Vegetabls Sold on
How Can I save Money
BY BUYING MY
and Winter Goods oi-"
they are worth in Cash.
1 sell them at a small profit.
I make no book account.
I have but one price.
Clear cash buyers get the
lionif Come and Fxainine Goods and pet
ULIlini. j.n-,.c,f at i,,,,y 0M nind, the
"Up Town Store." Your Respectfully,
- A. S. MARSH.
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
Wire that will make a' Visible Fence
Pig Tight, Bull Strong Horse High.
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I buy all my
Goods at what
Barb Fence Wire.
B. & f. Depot.
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It his VK1 fio lot i I yrs. H
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Fairs lu yeanv. Uisl, Hub:anU-l
lU'Mahlo .M.tcUtnc, tn;trld to do nil
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Bond ump for decriptlYo circular.
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