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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1882)
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M. L TIIOMAS.
"Eternal Vigilance Is the price of Liberty," and $1.50 a year is UiepHcc of the Rrtl Cloud Chief.
TESaSt-- $1.50 t yew If paid It Aitirct.
XOKTH-EAST OR SOUTH-EAST
This Hoad together with the C.B.iQ which
Burlington Route I
i"tinij"ihc mitotiiniiK-tlini between Nebraska
j oii.tp and .ill t-'iiiit Kaatof Mi'ruri River.
ritfscuRerti tukii-K this hoe crM the
Mo. Itiver t I'lattemouth
Plattsmouth Steel Bridge,
W hicli ha lately been completed.
Through Day Coaches
rnllmnn Sleeping Car
A HE IM'NTO-
and M. 1,0 n is,
Whficclfiforonnrrtioim arc tunde in union dtpon
for all rouiiH Aorlh Ka anilH,iath. Trains by
tbi" route i-tiirt in Nl'ra"ka nre there
fore trre Irom the varmu' arridenU
lii-li c trniurntly it- Ur trains
comiiiR through Jroni the tnoun
taids. nnd iinrfUKcr arr thus
kure of uiakii'K jd cn
nectionf when they
take the B. Jr M.
in force in the State, as well an foil and reliable
nfotmatinn required, can be had upon applica
tion to 15. A M. K. H AsenU at any of the
lriicipal Ftntionr. or to
15tr Cicnrral Ticket Apent.
nt tho Store of
IiED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
A larsc stock of tlcrmftntown "Wool,
Zcjiliyr-' ami Stocking Yarn, always
DRESS ttoo.R ALL WOOL Hoods,
and a full Supply of FLANNELS,
Always on Hand.
HOODS OK HOME MANUFACTURE.
TOYS for the Children and Every
thing else youjieed, at
Thw aj;- i one of Marvellous uil
iimi'. Tin dtscowry of n'W adaptation-:
o( Electrical force in the next
jen vear will atonii the world.
Iiuelliuent and skilled Attorneys
:ir; e--ential in seeurinji Patents for
Conununicate with Proshcy fc Green
Vi'.l 7th St.. Washington 1) C.
That thiN medicine his been
UO Cl1 lor 35) ears m
W Eapnvate practice,
in all diseases o I the throat
and lungs, is the greatest
v.-''v tion this Balsam can have
V --Vlftiliven it. I'ut before the
"'wr,rSv public in 1S69. Trice 25c,
;3L St ami$i. Sample Hot-
'&& ::, cough
'" YfM i" p'.sis Uecn it for sale. We,
'; j--i I'c'ow.Ruaranteett through
,l' 5jP " " ...-.."--
5-. . .- .. j. nai
" J.' -tT Sole I'toprietCTk,
-": Kuvjs City, Mo.
Go to the reliable and well-known
drin: -stand of R. R Sln-rer Red Cloud,
niMmva $1 hot tie If after umiij;
twv-thiil. yon set no relief, return
the balance and get your money
PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM.
The r-ct. Cleane and
rot Kccnoinical Hair
Sbfet Fails to Bestcie
th: vouthful color to ciey
'iair. 10c and $i iucs at
pmnt uJ Utm( ytUlmaM.
l'rv. ul '.it.
A Pure Fasily Msdltlne tfaat Never Intoxicates.
If vou ar-a mrtlumc orfumfr, worn cut with
o c- oik or J ukV.Vr run do n 1t fanii'y or hou
B ho.d duiici. tiv Paikek Ginger Tonic.
If vou arr t tir-cr. miai$ter"orbaineJ rain ex.
hanvtrd ! mcrtal jrra-.n or jt.ikk curt do not
laic intonating tumulanu, hut use PAaicca's
I:-ojharc Dwprpsu. Rhcrnnatiim. Kidney or
I 'nmiv Comiilsints. or if o atr troubled with any
thunder of ihelung.iimach.boelvblood or tienret
Tu can be curtO by l'KUt s Ultoilt 1 on;
If vou are wvttnc away f-om ace. CKMpatioa or
any iirar o u raVnc and rrqutre a Mimulart take
tMMUj;r-' TtOTiCT "wj!l inxroratr aixl build
vou up trcm tftcTiYTESFoHr'wvneSYSRBsfNM
It has tared hundreds cf litcs it may save yours. I
lt!CO a CO, IQ TUMI Su New TcrV. Me.
4Q l!ar I'm, t a!l alcr i mr-ltciew
CEXAT SA1XG BU7ISQ DOIiAR SIZE.
IWINE of TAR
CUKES THOUSANDS YKAR1.T.
A POSITIVE CME
AXD bUMSalfUBIt. I
tBram if wimm
a4 BABH.td I
for li-- fVwaajSg? I
NM. f.L. ... TSiWI
For (alt balll'iugf jrU"I
- NjTH & CO.. Prrp'r!
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R. A.SIM PSO.V.
F. A. BW-JJZY.
Blue Hill B
SIMPSON & SWEE27,
BLUE HILL, WEBSTER CO., NEB.
A Oeneral Dankicr Buiinew Tranacte4.
gfecial Care riven to Collection!. Farm
Loans at Low Kates. v huol llondi
ikiucht and Hold
COItKE. PON DEN'TS:
Kounue Brothers Hankers. New York City:
Dank. Omaha Nebranka.
8. C. Smitr.
RED CLOUD, NEB.,
Traniaeta ceneral banklne buiinef. bay and
sell county warrants, alto Coantj. Praciactand
Hhool District Bond.
Negotiate farm mortragM. boy and Mil For
-Speial atuntion ciren to eollaeUoni.
Btracsr-lt Nat. Bank New York. 0fc
ba Nat. Bank, Omaha.
L. P. Al.RItlfJHT,
B. V. Shirey,
W..SM CQUIT7 Bill,
KED CLOUD, NEB.
Money To Loan on Real Estate. Buy
and sell Exchange and do a general
rfayer A Atk!n. Banka-a. York; York County
Bank. York. Farmers' & Merchants' Bank,
York; tninn National Bank, Chicaco;
Marsh Bros.. Moshar Co. Lincoln.
W. H STROHM.
ATTORSEY AT LAW.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
May be cocrulted in Encliih or Oerman.
Collections will reeelve prompt attention.
Office: Opposite Boy's Home
0. C. Case. Jab. McNi.it.
Case & McNeny.
a ttobnkyb and counselors at law.
Will practice in all the Courts of this -tate and
Northern Kansas t'cllrctwns as well a litifra
ted businerscarlull and officiciilly attended to.
(Hkitk:- On WeUter Street, una door north
of (iarber'1 Store.
KEH CLOUD, NEB.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TIOKNEY AND COHNSELOR AT LAW.
Office onr door north of Kalry Bros.
RED CLOl'l). - NEBRASKA.
fi. C. IlAWxrr. N. II. Thorpe.
Hawley & THORP2,
ATTORNEYS 1 COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Office: Over Me Farland's store.
eed cloud, neb.
Laird & Smith,
a ttorneyrf and counselors at law.
Hastings, - Nf.hkaska.
Will practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention liven to all business entrusted
to hu oare. julyl-7
J. L. Kai.kt.
C. W. ff ALtT. illoouiincton.
Red Cloud. Neb. Nebraska.
A TTORNKYS AT LAW A REAL ESTATB
A V ACKNTS.
"Wilt practice In all tho Courts in Nebraska
and northern Kanfas: colleclion promptly at
tended to and correspondence solicited.
BED CLOUD. Kebrtskt.
AIo. Acent for B. Jc M. R. B. Lands.
J. I?l. lOSEA, ill. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
KM) CLOUD. NEB.
Will pay special attention to Obstetric and
diraei" of women Alco tceneral and special
surgery. l)ifca.es of the Eye and Kar. Charges
moderate. OEcoovcr Sherwood's Store.
DR. C. MHENCKa
Physician & Surgeo'n,
rrofesjjional calls promptly attended.
Office: At reidenee near Cowles. 8-51
FXBERT A. HA IX VI. D.
Company Surgeon, B. tfe M. R, B.
RED CLOl'D, NEB.
OFrtci: Over K. McFarland's store. Reti
dence over Perkins Jt Mitchell's ftorc.
Dr. H. A. Baird,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Guide Rock House,
GUIDE ROCK, NEBRASKA.
This House has just heon refitted and
newiy nirnnmen tnroughout.
GOOD SAMPLE ROOM
for the accommodation of commercial
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY,
M. L. THOMAS,
THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1882
An ex-bankcr named Geo. Hazard,
who two years apo appropriated $18,
000 of depositors' money, was arrested
in Chioayo last week.
The lahorers of Omaha have been
on a strike for the last week. They
want 1 75 a day instead $1.25 which
they have been receiving.
Now that the apportionment bill has
passed and become a law, we presume
Gov. Nance will call a special fiession
of the legislature without delay, for
the purpot-e of districting the sLate.
If Gov. Nance is wise he will call the
legislature together only fur the pur
pose of districting.
The fifth attempt on the life of
Gucen Victoria, wsih made in London
England last week, by a crank who
fired two pistol shots at her aa nhe
was being driven away from the rail
road depot in he carriage. The
would-be assassin's name is McLean,
and he is said to be a hard citizen and
The committee having the matter
in hand have recommended that Dr.
Bliss be paid $25,000 for his services
during Garfield's illness; Dr. Agnew
$15,000, Dr. Hamilton $15,0M), Dr.
Reybnrn $10,000, Dr. Boy 11 ton $1,000,
Dr. Suson Edson $5,0()0 and Steward
Crump $5,000 ; that Mrs. Garfield be
paid an amount efpial to the salary of
the president from the date of his
death to Dec. 1st 1831, and that two
months extra pay be given to each of
the employees at the Executive
If your paper happens to 8tep on
your toes in performing its mission,
and you should take umbrage at the
editor for imaginary slights, don't fly
otrthe peg and Pay "I'll stop my pa
per." Don't do it, for if you do the
editor will live right along, just the
same, and probably forget that he
ever knew you. The better way is to
try and remember some of the favors
and kindness he has shown you and
yours in the past. Then reflect that
you may die to-morrow and need a
half column obituary. Don't do iL
A man from Nuckolls county who
bought two farms in Furnas county
last week predicts that the U. P. will
build from Hardy to Orleans this
summer, and go up the Beaver from
this point in the near future. The U.
P., we believe, now have their line ex
tended from the Central Branch to
Hardy. Our informant says that one
of the B. t 31. contractors at the front
told him that as soon as he completed
the contract he was now at work on
he thought he would work on this
line as he had been offered a good
thing on it. It will follow near the B.
it M. from Hardy to Orleans. Now,
we do not guarantee the truth of the
above, but give it as we heard it. It
certainly has an air of truth about it.
The U. P. folks did not build to Har
dy with the intention of staying there,
and it is well known they have long
had an eye on the Sappa and the
Beaver. Time will tell. Orleans Sen
The apportionment bill as it passed
the House, and the Senate, gives to
Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Del
eware, Florida, Indiana, Louiana.
Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, Ore
gon, Rhode Jsland, and Tennessee
each the same Representatives as
now. It takes one member away
from Maine, one from New Hamp
shire, and one from Vermont, and in
creases the Representatives in Arkan
sas from 4 to 5 ; in California from 4
to 6 ; in Georgia from 9 to 10: in Illi
nois from 19 to 20; in Iowa from 9 to
11 ; in Kansas from 3 to 7; in Massa
chusetts from 1 1 to J2; in Michigan
from 10 to 11 ; in Minnesota from 3 to
5 ; i n Mississippi from 6 to 7 ; in Mis
souri from 13 to 14; in New York
from 33 to 34 ; in North Carolina from
8 to 9 ; in Ohio from 20 to 21 ; in
Pennsylvania from 27 to 25 ; in South
to 1 1 , in Virginia from 3 to 4 ; in
Wisconsin from 8 to 9 and in Nebras
ka from 1 to 3.
This increases the representation of
the Southern States from 10$ to 121,
net gain of 15, and the representation
of the Northern States from 187 to 204,
a net gain of 17. The New England
State as a group lose 3 and gain 2,
net loss of 1. All the other groups
The bill doea not make re-apportionment
obligatory this year, as it
provides that at the next election the
additional members in any Bute may
be elected by the State at large, and in
Ohio and some other States lb pro
priety of this course is under discuss
ion. But in a majority of the Statfa
the question of redistneting will come
np for ixaiaediatfl coaaiderfctioa. Inter
Washington March. 6, 1SS2.
The Garfield Memorial exercises
were looked forward to with great in
teret, and the ingenuity of thoe ambi
tious to secure tickets was remarka
ble. The invitation forms an
aotironriate companion piece to the
Garfield inaugural invitation, and is
beautiful in design. Acrous the upper
part, the words "Invitation to the Gar
field memoriel services.', is a large
oval, surrounded by a border of cy
press leaes and 8tai with draped
Hags containing a striking likencs- of
the late President. On either side are
views of the Capitol and Executive
Mansion. On the left is the, "Presi
dent March 4, 1881, aged forty-nine
years," an on the right, "Eulogy by
Hon. James (J. Blaine, Hoie of Rep
resentatives, February 27, 1SJ2. The
invitations are signed by Senator .Sher
man and Representative William Mc
Kinley, chairman of the Home and
Senate committee. The engraving
and printing is the work of the
Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Those who were fortunate enough
to gain admission, will long remember
the ceremonies, and will rehearse to
their ehildien's children the sad
scenes that made such an occasion
possible. What a history has been
inwrought in the Nation's life during
a fleeting year.
The ingenuit' of inventors is bring
ing before the Patent Ollice many new
improvements in electric lights.
There is no doubt that electricity in
spite of the opposition of gas compan
ies, is to I o used universilly for the
lighting of streets and public build
ings. Here at the Capital the number
of lights is on the increase, and gener
al satisfaction is given wherever u-ed.
In Boston, the Brush Company are
using 250 lamps and 100 more are to
be added at once. This company
charges customers $1.00 per night,
which considering the amount of il
lumination is very reasonable. Light
ing up the darkness has perplexed the
people in all ages. At an early epoch
branches of trees and resinous wood
were burned to dissipate the the dark
ness. The Egyptians placed a burning
lamp) in the tombs of their dead. The
lamps were basins of oil with a rag as
a wick. England in the olden time
u?ed to hold candle auctions. The
property was offered, an inch of can
dle lighted and the last bidder prior to
the wick going out, was the fortunate
purchaser. In Athens slaves carried
burning torches before the nobility.
In London in 1417, the Mayor ordered
the people to hang out "lanthorns
with lights" for lighting the streets.
In the 17th century the authorities re
quired every house-keeper to hang out
lights with cotton wicks, to burn from
6 to 11 o'clock each night, with a pen
alty ol one shilling for failure. In
Paris in an early day an Italian ob
tained the right to let out torches,
each man carrying an hour glass to
fix the time and compensation. In
the begining of the present century in
London every house in fashionable
streets had a lantern, and every well-to-do
pcrsan was attended by a servant
wit a lantern while walking in the
streets at evening. Coal was first used
for fuel in 1306.
Tho medical savons pronounced the
gas and vapors from it, poisonous and
destructive to human life, and a royal
decree interdicted its use. Meantime
wood grew scarce and cc.il plenty, and
man's prejudice was conquered by
man's necessity. For four hundred
years the struggle went on and coal
slowly won il way into use for forging
iron, boiling soap and making tar as a
remedy for gout and rheumatism. In
172G gas was first made from coal and
used as a philosophical toy. An emi
nent physician punctured a bladder
filled with gas and burned it for the
amusement of his friends. Mr. Mur
dock, a Scotchman, lighted his home
and office with gas in 1792 and a few
years later lighted part of the works
in Brimincham, and soon after he in
troduced it into mills and factories.
Its introduction was contested at
every point. In 1812 a Gas Light
Company was organized in London, to
be met with the fiercest opposition.
Sir Walter Scott said gravely that "all
London would be in flames if the
thing was done." The old lamp light
ers who saw the dame fled with hor
ror and declared the devil was in it.
In France. NapK?leon interdicted its
use and the populace oppi-scd it. A
French author said "Where gashuht
1 exist-, there is no night, where gas-
ts 3srS(L continuous da v.
After the conflicv of centuries we to
day stand in tWttawn of a new era. in
which electricrteo little known and
understood, is to -supplant gas and
come into the front nk as the mo
tive power of the worldVV
The retirement of Gcnesxl Grant
met the almost unanimous approval
of the Senate. The patriotic speech
of benator Brown and the noble
ute paid by him to General Grant ft
hie heroic deeds in overcomimr a:
subduing the southern army, will long
be remembered by those who were
listeners. Variooa. Southern Senators
put themselves on record as concur
ring in these generous sentiments, ac
cepting felly the results of the war.
So as the years go by through the
discipline of sorrow, and the growth
of commercial inter-State relations,
the bloody past is being forgotten, and
the dkwn of of lbs as- and brighter
da iz etuoinf. Puaxs.
The widow of Daniel Webutcr d:rd
at New Rochelle, N. Y., last Sunday
Fifteen young homrepathiste were
graduated "from the Iowa university
Major General W. S. Hancock at
tendee! the Garfield memorial exerci
ses at Washington.
The grand jury has commenced the
investigation of the charges against
the Chicago gamblers.
Mr Coukhng has nothing to say to
the pre.M eoncerning hi nomination
to the nupreine bench.
Ten of the uihili!. including one
woman, ju-t trifnl at St. Petersburg,
have bee sentenced to penal wervi
tude. Fifty dollar." wac paid for a ticket of
adnii-ion to the capttol at Washing
ton to witness the Garfield memorial
It is alimony and not divorce th.it
RirM' Eytiuge wants. She and her
husband separated four years ago, by
John Wilhelmiz's house at Nauvoo.
III., caught tire and his two little chil
dien who had been lett alone were
burned to death.
Parncll has Wen in solitary con
finement to puni-di him for trying to
bribe the warden to smuggle a letter ;
but Parnell denies the charge.
The difficulties of the Atlantic A Pa
cific railway have been settled, and it-
extension through the Indian Terri
tory and Colorado agreed upon.
A di-patch from Cairn, III, states
that the city is an island, being quite
surrounded by water. The water i. 5.1
feet above low water mark.
August Aah. V. S. marshal, of Ne
vada, shot himelf through the head,
Tuesday Whiskey and financial
troubles were the cause of the ra-h
Gladstone will not allow any in
quiry into the workings of the land
act in Ireland to be made, on the
ground of its being prejudicial to the
The officers of the Iowa pool lines
are discussing the quotion of admit
ting the Missouri Pacific to the pool
The road will reach Omaha about
There was a riot Monday, between
the striking laborers in the Chicago
Union stock rolling mills and the
men put to work in their places. No
It is stated that Mrs. Scniille has
written another letter charging that
Conkling is more to be blamed for the
president's murder than her ciazy
Judge Morrison, of Chicago, has de
cided that a promisory note given in
settlement ol a difference in an option
cannot be collected, because the deal
A freight car loaded with brick was
ditched near Johet, Monday. Ten
tramps were on the tram and two
were killed and the others will prob
ably die of their injuries.
It iH stated on excellent authority
that a daughter of Jackson, the mur
derer of the gallant young Colonel
Ellsworth, holds a clerkship in the
J. W. Curtiss, private secretary to
the general manager of the Wisconsin
Central railroad committed suicide in
Milwaukee on account of the publica
tion of a scandal concerning him.
The Hon C. B. Farwell expresses a
determination to devote himself to
pushing the interests of the Hennepin
canal, and he has hopes of accom
plishing something with congress.
At Homewood, Illinois, a switch
was left open, and a passenger train
ran into a freight, demolishing the
engine and fatally crushing a tramp
who was caught between the cars.
Poke Wells and Bill Norris, two no
torious bank and train roblers, have
iKien captured, after a desperate fight,
by Sheriff Dan Farrell, of Mills
county, Iowa, and are now lodged in
An early opening of lake navigation
is predicted this year. During the
winter, says a Diiluth, Minn . dis
patch, there has not leen ice in Lake
Superior sufficient to interfere with
The Chicago Lumberman's Ex
change decided to advance price as
follows: Fencing and flooring, fi inch,
advanced from $17 to $17 So per thou
sand ; common cull. No. 2, 16 feet,
from $13 to $13.50, Norway fencing,
from $15 to $15 50.
General Roberts, of Nebraska. i in
Washington awaiting hi appointment
to the associate chief jn-tieehip of
New Mexico, in place of the present
incumbent. Prince, who. it i -aid.
will be removed. It is stated that the
appointment will be made next
The Eighett Ranr
Made from harmless materials, and
adapted to the needs of fading and
, falling hair, Parker's Hair Balcam ha
taken the bighe-L Rank as an elegant
and reliable hair restorative.
W:i tz.1 Ssrs.
Many miserable people drac them
selvc about with bulinc strencth. feel
ing that they are staedily sinking into
their graves, when by iis"ng Parkers
Ginger Tonic they would find a cure
commencing with the first dre. and
vitality and strength quickly aud eure
ly coming back to them.
Smitn Brothers announce still an
other important reduction in rate of
interest on time loans. Straight nine.
pr cut annual interest. Call at the
, Bank and leave your application.
Forest Trees, -Fruit Trees.
BROOM CORN SEED,
wood. Ash, Elm, Soft Maple
ny other Forest Tree Seed
A Choice laoCCaliforni Evergreen
Broom Corn Seech
At SI.60 per Bushel.
For SaJe bv,
1. W. CBAX&L,
MARCH, a, ISS-2.
$50,000 To Loan
On Real E-Ute ertiritv. at 9 per
cent , annual interest No commis
sions, at The Webster Cnimt Bunk
Red Cloud. lu-tf
7 Per Cent. Money to Loan !
Monoi to prove Mi with on tiual re
ceipt, or on deeded land at 7 per cent .
ami l-ti2 per cent i-oininision o- at
straight V per cent ir t-vuimision
J no R Wturox.
Office next door In Chief office. 30fl
' Wishe- to inform the public that he
is prepared to do all work in bis line
. promptiv and in a Workman-like
PLOW WORK A SPECIALTY.
Shop north of Mitchell Si MorbartV
Store, Rki Cloi 1. Ni:u
Jot. (i A llllEli, Prop.
ALL K1.NK-- OF
Mi, ...sags: k
Alvays OaN Hand
CASII PAID FOR FAT CATTLE
Mosher's old Stand
:. 4 Dp UA R VERS FO It
Two Doors South of Bank,
EED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Immense Stock of Dry Goods,
MiSJRSH Has Them.
THIS HEW ASH CORRECT MAP
CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN R'Y
Is by all o:ls the lt rood for jct to Uke when trareUng ifi :L:rT ilrxiiaa Vtwea
Chicago and all of the Principal Points in the Wett, North and Northwest.
Carefully Tara.ln tUt Mp. Th- rrlnHnal CIm ri th; VCr -(J irrbr-i ar "tatleat
on this nwiL lu tliruuch trains uajte cIom cuuwKtMiu flUi ILo tta.iu vt .! railtoMU at
- Pv 5Ls 1 v 'nm;)ui V iMiifirif
,.Jl-gHSatUlfflt t ) i t. I ft orh
-'t-n' V..iC&IUAp.. NORT3TgIg(rIL7AVl,
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THE CHICAGO at HOIITH-WESTCDM RAILWAY.
OT-rxnoff-prfirrn-l l'if-t.rrsL h war -SsHr tr-t two to tmtorxsor: TxAZzTTum
PUIXMATT HOTEL DIHIKG CAMS.
Ultt 'i Vt rM thtt far;. PaSran SW-rfatj Cn Xnrth or "rttw: f Oass. It lm
Coaaal Wc.. Inrrr CVtforela Un." nrto&. i!Jserot A CaUJ D-Jtet Iiir,-
-"r-Jr ration & Dqbsn'x lae." M3llwaJkr. Grn Bar A IJf-luxrr..- Ua- -CarLc13
tr ttJ " W ld " C1?03 TV- -Jsts (a tiW Lar! Scutes aa,x
m .i?1311, to " fcr ists ii this rsid.t-5 .- tbey r' t-t tu c4 tai. ssu .
H2T13 HCcam. el Jaacw, CMea. W. l. STUJCI, C1 rss. Aici, Ciksaja
a a i s,r-.sss - f .1-
Pj4 -Sj. ra
and Prices. Adc'rose D. LAKDRETH & &GM. FMiaWviphi.
Red Cloud Mills.
IL th (u-tim Rd Merchant ofk
prompt'" attended u
ALL WORK WARRANTED
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