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J? T DUCKER'S CASH DRY GOODo STORE. JfcC ft m. ? V & We are putting in the largest and1 finest line of Dress Goods, Jackets, Flouncing, Embroideries, White Goods, Black Goods, Etc., ever seen in the west. I ''. v . t. - That in order to and Style, Price, or THE CHIEF. Friday, MHrck , lStl. Kiitered at the Tost nir in Ke lloiul. Neb., a mull niHttfroI thearcont! class m..n."""""'- ELECTRIC SPARKS. V. T. Kcnady and C. W. father swelled the Great Family Weekly's purse this week. Remember Wiener carries a stock of shoes, and that he will vnderaell any one in that line. Talking about pant Wieners, i. eclling a good strong article at 75 eta. to $1.50 worth from l to $2. Wiener is offering a big bargain in plow shoes at prices ranging from 75 cent? to 1.25 worth frtm 1 to $2, Frank Kucha and Charley Wiafrey were in Mankato,' Kansas, this week as witnesses in the Kuiper horse thief case. A letter from L. II . Dcyo at Waus con, OhiV announces that he has been sick for about a week with La Grippe Wiener has received bis new stock of hats, good wool hats ai 25cts. Also the latest styles of spring hats in every grade. Wc mean business and will under sell any dry goods house in tho coun ty Call and be convinced. 11. M. Martin & Son. J. W. Smith of Newcastle is in the city this week on business. lie cal culates taking his family to Newcastle about June 1st. Anyouc having lauds to sell, or trade "for Red Cloud, Lincoln or Oma ha property or merchandise call at once on Kai.et A Bakkkk. Mens suits strong and sightly can bo bought at Winner's at $2.75 worth $3.50 and from that up, bargains 11 all grades of geods bought this season. Married At the Gardner House, ltcd Cloud, Neb., March 5. 1891, by O. II. Truman, Mr. John Green. and Miss Laura R. Shirley, both of Rose mont, Neb. The well wishes of Tub Chief go with them. C. wiener has just returned from the east, where he has used every effort known to him in bis long ex perience as a uieichant to buy goods cheap so as to help those needing any goods in his line to obtain them at bard time prices. Henry and Herman Kuiper, the Kansas horse thieves which sold Geo. W. Lindscy a stolen team last fall, were tried at Mankato last week and were seat up for two years and a half each, for tho crime. They were tough characters and the sentence is consid ered light for the offense. Although hard tisaes, Wiener's stGre is crowded with goods, aad is receiving aaore daily. If you waat any clothes for children or boys, yoa can ave a big sasi by feuyine at head quarters. The Goldea Eagle has always bore that aaaae ia the Republics Valley. D. H. Rudd and family moors the death of their little son, George Radd, about oao year and fix months of age which died oaTharsdav saoreiag ef animal disease. The faailv aavel the sympathy of their saaay frieaia, Aaothereae of the childrea is report ed quite sick with the satae disease FOR HAR WARE STOVES raw.rt. He has the fas liae or staves svereeeaia the aitj. He has the celebrate Garlaai cert heaters, aadafsdlliMwf -" eqaally aa coai. Hardware at the Ytry lowest iearw f sr eaih. De set Hsy stove or hardware Mtaje.-. keteWk.WeieUrtroet. ChlldiwtCiyfor FltCaiert CatrleV We do our usual amount of business this spring, we will have to offer special inducements in the way of style, assortment prices, and in order to get your money will show you an array of temptations you never thought of seeing. v By the time you read this, Ave will have a stock of On our Assortment. Look out for our TOWN TALK. Floor paint at Deyo's. Wanted, butter and eggs at J. S. l'arkes. Go to J. S. l'arkes for groceries of all kinds. Watch for 11. M. Martin & Son's ad next week. When you buy spectacles, get the best at Deyo's. Arc you going to paint? If so get prices at Deyo's. Condition powders of all kind at JeyVs drug, store. Ansoa Higby and J. L. Milter were in Hebron this week. Cotting has the finest and largest stock of wall paper in town. A splendid line of Spring Jackets at R. M. Martin & Sous. Lost: A largo sum of money, by not buying wall paper 6F Dcyo. Raven's, horse, cattle and poultry food always in stock at Cjttings. New baby carriages, novelty gear, patent brake, at Cox ad & Co's, Red Cloud. All the latest styles and new colors in spring wraps at 11. M. Martin & Son's. If you want a warranted pocket knife for a little money. Call on Cotting. Dcyo is selling goods just the same if it is hard times. Low prices is what knocks. For new and stylish die goods, wraps and millinery call on R. M. Martm & son. The finest parlor suits west of Chi cago for $25. Special bargain See Cozad & Co's. K. B. Smith and wife were in Mc Cook this week, visiting their daughter Mrs. Burnett. All wool Hencriettas, Briliiantincs, Flannels greatly reduced in price) at Mrs. F. Newhousc's. We can astonish you by our low prices on window cort.-.ins and wall paper. C L. Cotting. Paint up your buggy before spring with the best buggy paint in the world, which Deyo sells. Dr. Warners' corsets in every style and sire, also Di. Warners' misses and childrens waists, at Mrs. F. NewhoiMe. All kinds of burial eases, robes, etc Embalming and intelligent care of the dead. Cozad & Co., Red Cloud. C. W. Cathcr and family have de cided to move to Njrcgon, aad will leave for there next Monday. The Chief is sorry to lose them from Red Cloud as they arc No. 1 people. Mrs F. Newhoase has just received a large assortaeat of Dr. Warners' corsets ladies, misses, aad children's waists of all sites, white trimaings which she will sell at prices lower thaa the lowest. Will O'Briea, quite well kaowa ia this city is dead, so a telegraa iroa Deaver states. His death was the sad eadiag of a once happy life, wrecked by strong driak and other catac Later The body was broagt to Be4 CUaa aad will be baric to. saorrow Satarday, March 7. Wear Gracery Stava J. S. Parkes ha opeaed a aew cre- eery stare ia his baildtag near Tmx CuiroRce. and vreaoees to sell groceries, eaaaed frahs, etc., cheaper thaaaayeaeia Red Clemd. Call aad see him. For a selid aad safe iavestaeat see theceatract gives by tka Natieaal Life lasaraace Coaa'aay of Meatpel- ier. Vt A, S. Mabsm, Special State Aajeat. Children Cry for Realize The Fact New and stylish shelves that will eclipse any former effort, and that we will not be to have you compare with any eastern house, either in point of Rmall llzc. DE WITT'S Small Ioc Cnrc Ilyupcpklat Ilrartburn, Illllou nr, Ixidtscstlon, Urer Complaint, DtzzincMu F.av f I I T I Prompt Take. La I I L ttuAcltoB i'lrnr tfco Complexion from Pimples, Blotrheftaiid KalloiraeMK. Care cTerr term of Hcidacke. An Kxcclleat After Dinner Pi:!. PreTcnt fj" ja a Do not NauKa. E IC Li T Urlpu. Tkro Little P11U hare Ihfment pr fcrtartlon and pleasant curt of anf pill crrr made. Sold kjr Braeglns or rnt lr mall for S3 rents. The aVstSJa a S a KlesranC Pill an IC I O II IV O Uellable, Kana. nair. E. C. DI! WITT ttO., kleao, 111. I. W. TULLEYS, M. D. HamBatai Pnyslelan, Red C'laiki, . w ekrMRHH. Office opposite Pint National Itank. U. M.ExaminlnK Mirgeon. Clironie diaeawi treated bv mail. For groceries, canoed fruits, teas, coffees, Ate. See John Parkes, you can get baruains. Look llcre. Bulk garden seeds jut received. Immense Stock fresh and reliable and prices low. Perkins & Mitchell. i There will be a special examina tion of all applicants, desiring to re ceive certificates to teach in the pub lic schools of the county, at Blue Hill, March 7th, 1SIU, beginning at 9 o'clock a. m. D. M. IIUNTf.Il, Supt. Waea Bby ww tick, wc care her Caatorfcw Waea site aa a CUM. site cried for Cutoria. When riw became Miss, she clung- to Castoria. Waea aa aad CaUdrea, ahe gwtt them Csatoria, Coarles. Kov. Steely tillwl tho pulpit at the GocKreffntional church lost Sumlny mom injf, nnd tlitl the snmo at the M. K. church at night. Ekler "Winters ppoke nt the M. rl church in the a m. Rev. Piatt preached at Franklin morn intf nnd evening, to supply tho place of Pastor Harrison, who is still absent from his church, collecting funds for the academy. Our village is usually very peaceful, but a sad racket at the bank on Monday the 3d, makes a break in the record, it is to be hoped the like will not happen again. Geo. Harris returned from his sorrow ful visit to hta former home in Iowa, March, id Father Hopaon died, after an illness of one hour, on the evening of March 3d. at the home of hta son-in-law, Mr. G. W. Francis, he was about 80 years of age and had been a Christian for many years. X. Aaafcajr. March came ia like a lamb, but today it ia marching right along. The weather haa been quite stormy last week. Rev. Wolfe will fill hia appointment I am ouauay, wno nas neea aoaeot xor owe time. A Church eTary Sunday aTeeung at 7:30 Bible readiag every, other Sunday night. Mr. Baker went to Boatwick last week cabaaineaa. Heary Lewie of Cowles, was Tinting friend aad tajatiite ia thie viciaity. MrtLOiaFrabiekada lady tend noaa Uaide Koclc, rmUag her last Tawaiey aaTaral frieaia gathered at Mr. Owbe to celebrate habirth- day. Mr. Oorhett pneed. hat awr Patfwiaxa. Far ef nan Oaasaaa taeM yaaraaleeHswal teae aa4 oaa apaa aii year el aaares west braka. alse eaw eall at tea efJea. t nrrratafal thaaka Baiaaad neaghbora as daraa the , ef ear aether. G.W.Browm Xm.Acaareai MmKlGIler Special Sale during the season, Ave Tlte KureCounic. In accordance- with the circular issued by A. Higbv of Rel Cloud, tho meeting eot for Wadnosdny, March Uh 181)1. nt Uebron, Neb., for the purjoo of form ing a circuit for tho coming fall, was called to order by J. M. llemibtt, tem porary chairman. Annon High was elected tomporary sccrotary. Motion tnndo nnd carried "that tho temporary or ganization bo made permanent for the year 181)1. Moved, seconded and carried ihat tho first meeting for races in tho ropoHd circuit, 1 hold at Geneva, 'ilhnoro county, Neb., tho week of Sent, lltk, 180i. The second meeting nt Ho bron, Thavor county, Neb., tho week of Sept. :11st," 18U1. Tho third meeting at Nelson, Nuckolls county, Neb., the week of Sept 28th, 18'Jl. Tho fourth meeting nt Red Cloud, Webster county. Nob., tho week of Octolwr 3th, 1801, and tho llfth meeting nt Kdgar, Clny county, Neb., tho week of October, 112th, 18D1. Each of Haid meeting places to hold n maettBg, for the purpose of solecting dates in the weeks mentioned, nnd forward to tho secretary of the circuit at Itetl Cloud, not later than March 10th. .Moved, seconded nnd cnrrled that-each place of meeting put in thoir speed list, tho following racos nt least, viz: - Three minuto trot, 2:13 trot, 2:33 trot, and free for all rnce, with tho privilege of drop ping not moro tbnn ono of the above rncen, nnd any member of tho circuit can add any rnce they choose. Moved, seconded nnd carried that the entries for all trotting nnd iicing races closo at least ten days prior to tho hold ing of each meeting. Moved, soconded nnd carried that tho secretary lo instructed to exiond, not to exceed 8.0 in advertising all tho collec tive advertising needed by tho proposed circuit. Each member of tho circuit, to be assessed to mako up tho amount, 830 pro rate, n to their purses offered. Moved, seconded nnd carried that the proj)Ofed circuit be called: Tho South ern Nebraska Circuit" Moved, seconded and carried, Umt each race bo advertised, and specified that there shall be, at least, three starters in all classes. Moved, seconded and carried that each member of the circuit, furnish bedding, for speed stnblea free of chnrge, hay and grain to bo furnished nt reasonable rates. Moved, seconded and carried thatench member of the circuit, charge 82 per stall for 6eed stables. Moved, seconded and carried, that a vote of thanks, be extended to Mr. Gran ger, assistant superintendent U. &. m. K. R., for his kindness in holding trains for the convenience of delegates to this meeting, and for furnishing a plaoo for the holding of said meeting, also for his interest manifested, to make tho circuit a success. The following is a list of delegate, rep resenting the different meeting place, of the proposed circuit at this meeting: F. H. Uriggs, Genoa, Xeb., J. h. Ben nett Hebron, Neb-, G. W. Bradley and Geo. Smith. Nelson. Neb.. F. S. Orantrer, Edgar, Neb., J. L. Miller and Anson Hig-, by. Red Cloud, eb. Meeting adjourned, subject to a call of . the president nnd secretary. a- - - The spring term of North Branch . Academy open Tuesday March 10th, The I term will comprie twelve weeks dosing " lfcr9th. Yours truly, H.H. Towjrsairo. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Ja (ww Hummel fiaa tvn koUioa a uro- tracted meeting at Orio, with goou suc- Mx. StefTen's chifc. ia xtj met and not expected to live. There was a debate in eafaool district No. 90 on the question of tariff. Re solved that the present bifn tariff ia ia jurious to the American people, with J. M. Brows and Geo. Docker on the affirmative, Joseph Garbee and Olirer McCaB on the negative. The qveatiow waa decided in favor of the afSnaatire. Coaae agaia boya. fjio. Used ia UStkm of Homes pus Report or the Condition of Hit Hank ofCowlex. In lliutatc of Nflinikii, at tin cloic or IhhI- iir-js, Ki'ltninry.'i, loi. llllMll'ltCIX I.umnn(l ilWcomiN .. $ic.v,t .v. 4henlraft". vcmpm! ami uiisfcurt.il. 'Jl Init-froin S.itiiuial Icwik" -tt 33 l.Val eUttt. furniture nml llxturt ijtj '.-. riirrt'iitexiieiiMrsainl luxt s :tll .. . S 'X ("lurks anil oilier imhIi item) K U Hills nt other lianks oo Fntctliuial jmjicr rurrviu-y, ulckcN jwitl cents . m Siic.-lc :ti Total fS.M-.C Kl LIA1HI.ITIIH. raiiltaMtiH1 p.u.lin io.ni oo UmlMdfil irnllt : M JliIiiilit:il ll-Minlt .utijrct to cheek.. . IHU at i DrtiiHUd certl.1catr of tk- i vt. r. 1m4i rem)r :w" CI 1 lini ccrtirii-atos of .lc-ilt '.'JnS U" lmto tntc laiik-.iiii ontikcf... I4; K) Nott'taiiil hills ri'-iUcoultnl WJ Z Hills jMjuhle l.VMi Total -'-M-T W Stale ot Nebraska, otiutt of ehster ss. I, A. IlllMrvth. ac-tiiiR cashier uf the bo iiamisl Imnk. tlosoli'iiinly mm car that Uic al-o .sUtement Is true tolhohcst ot my kaowlctlcc ami Itcllef. A. I-lltMiitmi. fa-lilcr. SubC4luulaiaworn to liefoir m- this nth tUynf Fcbiuary.iwt. John Hi.aixk. Notary ultlh. I i TmKc olleo Mary A. Stntton and .Mnrtlm U. Mont gomery. You aro hereby nctitied thnt on the 10th day of Jnly l88t. 1 purchased tho following described lot to-tvit iu tlte village of Guide Hock. Lot 1, block V in Webster Coflnty Nebrnnka. Taxed in tho nnmo of Mary A. Htntton and sold for tho delinquent tnz for the year 1887, by tho county treasurer of Tebster county, amount $"y.03 and if not redeemed on or before July 10th, 18ll, I will mnke application for a treasurer's tax deed. ' M. Hacm. By L. Haum. Atent. Krs. A. Galushn is quite sick this week. Quite a number of neighbors nnd friends of the parties were in attendance. The Ladies Society for benefit of the poor, will meet at Mrs. Wiener'., Saturday afternoon, March 14th, at two o'clock. The Welvter county Sunday school in stitute will meet in Red Cloud Wednesday evening Xnrch l'Jth. Program will be an nounced later. George Lcming. of Denver Colorado, has bsn in the rity this week, on especial buines (:) We believe George has a sweetheart in Iheepnrts thnt attracts his attention occasionally. The young friends and nssocintes as sembled at th residence of Mr. Joseph Graves' on the 2d inst. nnd had a very en joyable time. Mr. Graves contemplates moving on his farm soon. They will be missed by their mazy frinds. Attorney J. Torter Jr. of this city has lately procured a fine pension, with arrear ages for Edward I. Eagsn. vicinity of Guide Kock. and thus Another Webster county citizen made hippy, and the fund for circulation in the community increased. Oliver Pown i back from the wilds of Orrgon He likes the country vry much and contemplates moving back there in a short time. Oliver's greatest stoiy is about a lodge that is three mile by three and a half long. Pretty large lodge for that Country. The lawsuit over a piece of school land in Garfield township in which Joseph C Taylor is plantiff and F. M- and J. Y. Daughertv are defendants, waa again called in 'Justice Schenck's court oo Tuesday last, and by agreement con tinued "for hearing until the 13th at 11 o'clock a. m. Boyd and Ovfring hare now completed their arrangements, and are ready to com mence chipping marble. Their carver and finisher Mr. D. J. An drews of Liccola U eipected Thursday. The firm ha orders ahead that will octra py the attention of their good workman for the aext tbre months, snd wjlo the assisUnceof Chas. Winfrsyasd J K Aaltx, taeir traveliag ulesmaa. cotabisul with the pssh and Ttca displayed by the firm it is very probable that they wiJJ soon be compelled to empJ7 BeB ia tb5f work rooans. Red CJcad ca coagratslate herself ia Kcarlag thie w wdsatry ia ber midst. Powder 40 Years the Standard. Baking Goods! Avill astonish you. J. J. -rJ -. fcn mi ' Miles i". Hayes' Patent - Collar ! For sale by J. O. BUTLER Ken Cloud, Buckeye Harness shop. Antl-llore Tiller AMirlHtion. The Webster County Xutual Protection and Aati Horse Thief Association meats at Cowles on Saturday previous to fulling of the moon each month. P IIodoso:, Hec'y. n-Keidcnt Xollce. Y Cochran. pUtntifl. ts Noah II. TlKrai ' Jcl P Ihonm. JWrmlanf, To the abotr najnrt .Noah II. 7ltn &J JeSroti It Thooias. j ou atxl ejirh of yoi sre hretv notiCM tliat on the 71!i 1t of Krl.fn ary. 1"I.R lhrarw talnttS SIM bis tti lion aranst you In the office of the r krk of tne lltrWneosjrtof Webster county, f-braka.il.! objwtantl ?ajfr of whirti are to forectu a mortraS' t-cuU,t bv toukrfiitly totaift pl'tn tiff. on tb" iTth ily of K-tot-r, twa.ua UnZ smt fi.fo bkvk 1, kay 1 Jrknu' julJltoo to KM Good. etster eoatity. Nrtrak. You are further not'fiM to rt5raK! -wt aW tltlort on r tfor Iody lb- IMh flsy of April. I'Ol.orthealVtoiJon Utetrtu IHt-r Ukra eonff-sKtt toy jon to t.tru xnd tlrrre reniiercdssalnst jwjartonlipriT r-tTnif:Ar IJt n. K Chaney. Hit Xtlarun Jl-U lgHl .Vat Ire. In tie dlurUt eoert ef Vtrirttrr vrmtj, Ne braska. Jobs II. Croiton ts Sh.trek Croiton. EliTJkbnh CtnVx nfor-l (.'rnxtoa.M. JoV tArrm rntnpxtif. .fJri l, 5r!X5 aix lr K. Ojrr Mfju lBri!cct!iT. MIsyrtTBr-S? Ki fanurtfc tVjtaaj jhJ ChrrWH Irkr. X frtwtsrrts 1 be abor- tiuaH poo rrtt-at Crtrtnitatt, srtll take notlo- tbat tb Ih. dty U brn arTteiUbe Irr nwaM UrllS. John IL rrniUrO StJ felt fMlon to US Htl tn rsnjrt ftl Wlr:T eo"JOtr. sbrka aewnst aM CSmA et. ae oe iJ prer t ih u fr--fce a certain ooctrtr- n-rcssj w tb- -f-tlBlf. ?adrrk Crtjxlot aixl KiEtf b Cm tea. t- WJSaa C rtn V ie Xi ai iS A tb nrtB wrt ,iMrVT ts1 the fcrtij fcslf 4 taefcaethsirstqiufrr Mtiojf-r l la :o crlrx tt it la wj-ra.y. X braka V k3.tt tV ptyuwRt ni rtl utMBtver aM vtrsstr . te. trr t& not vi taenty tir hiiml oLir, rys to Use Jjl3l:rtsv ft h saw! vrsuwa rrtnfcw otjz Aj afr Bw a h rf th i4 WjSs Cnntwj. flMI mri ie tA tr& -trrr aTlrrrJ tzM a4 traatT'rrsJ try tb b-tr at taw si Irz'lm ft O M I Jtaai Otil to taiC aa drf rodaS Jmjc Croitoa t eeiterrst to jjiaJattf Tbal t Vtt t rw9 cr W IV; pSthl'.iS vorna ta naVl - a4 ts&rtzc fr r13sAsl Ntaar Cnrttac, tb teas os tUrtr aarr an8r wKb UJtsp s tt r arj yr aawsss frm ApRXM.t99taiRS araj Ooi mM rrvml ay fce ta sifj ia a: kkilsMMMlf m scrtjce t-r s4 ewstt. teas y ssss reta ttwtra wj b -tsSM to la iwyssrat ta aa9Bt Ssrf e. 4rsA.iZlrtntmv0a U iwiaft. Xkt tb rTkI aw a-rf . raca all tt j-laaC Uf eTrT)Tr llter s4 its- U s &m 0ia. tfti aS fm aefeaaaai territsm& vi Wnw lLlZ&tr5: rt Urfasasjbweaaersae. Ta-artrwtrtreOasa-raer isrttjiai tm ar fcdM laWUT A SSQk f waa iR. Jon h. cawnea, a cam a wcasr, ux jury. 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Take Xanr' Application fo ThrM, N.tshm-j'xi will t tllr. tli.rt (' - ' ittKl not tlirmiKii mii (Krtit or rotniiutloii man Mrratt ar you ran get tli lort rnt Hrrtmr vit can get )our inony lininr.ltrly. Meraaise nr il nut rnO )nur aUMtun All mrr Ue ctntry fr um rl U 6a Hrraut mi ran le yoti the Iwsttrrms UeraHsr liitirrt aim! vilnel(iill ).-t)aiti.t nr wRer, nri'l If iMrlrrl mr . jsh - " t!itl n tlif Intrlfst l(.)fitriit HrraUB )ou mil I-lravl lth otir iruunT of 1hIims. n-l 4i uutfj, . trtjtihlr Ked Cloud, Neb. Fort Abstract Co., Ked Cloudy L. !!. FOHT, M.naKcr AbtraetB ot Title, FurniHhwl to all LiikIh in Wi'lwUrr County, Aauratfly and ON SHORT NO TICK. Matins hl ten yrsr nj-:fl-fe la county iurt im! 'A U it ewmys-u t At trrt Im'A In tlte Utc e sartitr ull.fvUon nr loi .Wtnl Alt orJr fllU-d iTJrtsiHly to l.wtar tmfwt ti nnA at'lfTTM. AA4if a rll nn h II. FOHT MA.HAiiea. 114 Hand. ' BAILEY & MYEKS, Abstracters, Real Estate and Farm Loan Agent. Rkd Cloud, Nkhkasra. AbatraoUs of title funuVhixl accurately and promptly. Satisfaction Ouaranwl. IIO.WO lyjnd fill THE TRADERS LUMBER CO. WILL MAKK-- e f m. Yfl POSITIVELY Lower than any yard in the world R. V.SniaKt, l'rr. IUjrar CLAXXB(Vit av!'r. U II. ViT. r, t Y.uur A Skixjct, Aitaat Catkicr FIRST NATIONAL BAnK Red Cloud, Nebraska. CAPITAL - 7 5,000 Trast a geaera! ajaktalraiaaf Vwj as-l nil ttmalj wtnK- ' eoatr, preciaetsxJ school iutHct Urtt4 Bj sal ll iiz K??r DIRECTORS: Ja. McSeaj. J. A-T!ky. H. Fort B. V fUitn Jaaa ILShtrej. Htarr Clark. Tltl" JOS.HERBURGEIV Pn pritmr law City Bakery and Restaurant, far at ana4 atatarcr iral. AH lxlam4a m rml Mr, FWsj for Onatft. Lei rrw4l bm4 taalr. - fCc K Charter Oak Stoves. CEORCE WHIT8ON, Your MerHMl hhm Toller Hf Irr Tnulr Albany. Nw Vork. m i r f. itaR4 A. J. KJ. d Lmlgtm kjr 4j mr week Cmhn, NrAataur1er AH k fre fresw jraers Jos. Herburgec. Jn-' 3-, )y Ifl 1 ,y4-fefS,i -.. y -- 23 J "- iSW(w 4ev-r f-g J- i t-T '- ft ST :-v Fti-V- '" '-5Jr . 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