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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
1' i ft' ik FATHER,
SATURDAY, JULY IS. 1874.
The member? of the Senatorial Com-
laittee of the 12th Senatorial District
' are reqsestvd to meet at Hasiingson
Thursday- the 20h day of August,
1874,-tV2 o'clock, p, in,, for the pur
pose of apportioning the delegates to
tha Meral counties in the district and
'to fit the time and place of the Sena
' tonal CoBYen'ion ; arid for such otbf-r
busTncM as unj come before them.
f Will II. Oaviu!,
Oh'mn f enhtori I Com.
WHERE i nil our candidates for
state official positions? It seems so
far tbat only two or three have Lad
the "nerve" lo come to the frout.
The Beeeher matter still occupies a
great portion of the Ea?Urn pre??. It
is about time that the public had some
new cause of cxritutueut. The other
il getting rather monotonous.
glWW ' utTM
From al! suctions of the east fames
reports of terrible storms rain, hail
and wind. The dimajjes occasioned
am alawst beyond computation.
-JOfTN A. IvASSON. of the Des
Moines Congressional Di-triet, has
carried the primary mee'mg, which
insures his re-nomination. As uual
in such cava he had a competitor who
showed a lively fight, and considerable
personal feeling has been worked up
on the subject.
Judoe PtLLEN, of the II. S. Cir
cuit Court hn decided that railroad
companies mu-t pay taxes on their
lands when a patent has been issued
therefor. The decision is much too
long for publication in thi paper.
Thi, if not reversed by the Supreme
Court, will put a great amount of
money into the treasuries of some of
The Interior Department ha: ruled
that a homesteader after filling the let
ter of the law by residing five yo.vs on
his homestead is entitled to a patent
without further residence, or h other i
word ho can leave the land immedi
ately after the expiration of five year,
J - t . ,. I
and remaining away pending t lie app.t i
cation lor a patent. '
gi .1. i i
A COUNTV seat quarn-1 is one of the I
most unfortunate things in the world
for a new country. It keeps outset
Uert?, retards development and pro
gress, and stirs up feuds and bi'ter
fteltngs that continue Ioiil' after the
TexeJ questions are settled. Such is
the ouiidition of affairs in Adam.s
county at the present time.
CTncago and Bock I.-land Ba";!-
fOad Company have ccncluded to obey
-.the laws of Iowa icgulaiing FiciirTit
and passenger tariffs. That this is the
t aud safest roure to pursue, will i
iversally conceded. At all events
one railroad company will have an op
portunity to test whether or not a road
oaa be run at payine rates and at the
same time not be cxtoi donate or op
pressive in it charges.
80MK of fhe newspapers in the State
teem inclined to attribute the defeat of
Judge Cro'insVs railroad tax bill to
Senator Hilchanck. We are reliably
informed that this is a blunder.
Mr. Hitchcock as a member of the
committee on these laud grant rail
roads found the rmjority opprsed to
reporting the bill favorab'y. Finally
at his urgent request they consented
to report it with amendments tint en
tirely amascubited it of any force or
utility that it possessed when it passed
th House, whereupon the Nebraska
Senator naturally proposed to let it
rest until the next session shall give
-to bring public opinion up to the
poiatof securing its passage. As this
ia a taatter of the State of Nebnsko
vg. imaienae capital ia the ea-t that
feu tea men to fight, for it in the Sen
ate to one from this State, a bill of
"this kind cannot be ni-hed through
wader a suspension of the rules, with
facility. We believe that Mr. Hitch
cock used every effort to carry out the
alaiost universal desire of his constitu
ent ia this aiatter. State Journal.
SoaM of oa exchanges express the
kaaaa that the Indians of tbo north
watt ar reiirt the advance of General
CasUra force aad thereby get wiped
iwL On the former point no doubts
itetd be entertained. To the Sioux
aad ather Indian tribes inhabiting that
aoaatry the Black Hills are sacred
'grou&d. The rendezvous and the
abidiag place of their departed fiicnds
an aot yet prepared for the full bliss- j
af taa happy hanting grounds and
tHay will shed their blood freely to
- piaaatw it inviolate aainst the en-
h nm'flkaMata ot toe natou wtiue iuiu
They are watering m strong toree. 1
aud fcave dedaicd bctr intention to
nra expJorins party to pissacross i
-1mi arai6d line. Whether b-encrj
Caster wifi, in case of hostilities, sue
. -V-. . . .
p'Vaiia wipnf oh nv ccnsjdorable
Urnoaaf tncrnsay arrayea against
ii the faht" of the prolonged strnggle
waf4 by the laftdfal .of Modoc-
T.'ie move- f
"airaiaataapenorimtaSew. T.'ie move- f
TSiaat, BOwe?er,lTin-4 fjght diroc-
:- mA l -a J.ftn.niSmto
pa!tia partiea . the enkaown bat Kirte-atiikjfive churches, Aikens j
HaalA ef the Black JHilk Ad Big (theAtfelpMJTW
&!oraricoaatrV.Hi?oV;the Michig-u. Arcnnr. and the-jwAal
"T i 4i- n, .ni-BAVnli.
In opposition to the expressed wi.-he
of three thousand voter.', aud for the
purpose of ''boosting' up a foreign
town company, an order has been is
sued for the removal of thn land office
I from Lowell to Blooming on. This
grand scheme h-i- been on tlie hjaruV
i for some time, but- was delayed by the
j good sense ot Cemmis--iouc-r Diuui-
motid, who in this instance, at least,
acted in accordance with the wi-hes of
I a hngj majority of the people intr-
ested in the mu'ter.
It is supposed that this change W3.
effected by the perrfctcnt working of
that fhystering detingfgue who an
swers to the name of II. M. Atkinson.
The Blooming GVm, at last, ives
him the credit of the thing. Thi.
move has not been uinde in the inter
efts of the people, nor in accordance
with their wihoj. it wad done olely
to give an outside company a chance
to spcculite to reap where they had
not sown; to make a nice thing out of
property that will be made valuable
by the labors c-f other'.
Frou the Melroe 7VW we learn
that Orleans has been made a Money
Order office. Now, this may be ah
right, we have no objections to any
pott offiuc in the county being a money
Older office, but the question arises a
to the justice of thti thin,'.' Orleans
gets aud sends about a, much mail in
a month as Bed Cloud does' in one day,
yet with petitions and per-onal effoiL.
we have failed to accomplish anything.
Between the land office at Blooming
ton and thc.-e other things at Orleans,
there will soon be some reason for be
lieving that I). M. Smith does own
the "powers that be," as it i said he
ui'tcn to boast'.
The following from the Orlean"
tyntoitl, is good, tquare s'Cnse : ''It
nm-t be apparent to every citizen that
I he will at an early date be. called upon
to nominate candidat s for the fall
elections, and the duty of at once se
lecting the mot suitable men comes
home to everybody. Nominations
have been made in most of flie states
aud the Itcpubic ns of Nebraska can
not defer the matter much longer. The
first thing to do will be the selection
of delegates to conventions. In this,
the utmost care should bo exerei-ed to
send tin se men who aro careful and
discriminating in their judgment, and
above all iucoirnptihle in their intcg
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tilt lll'-ll IIU U.ilU IIIILMIUCIlt V II. V
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ol their own and whose views can
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neither he fittuglit nor,sold. 1 fie real
content is fought at the del 'gate eon
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VL'IltlUEl, IIII. illlt'I 111. II lil ic i- unit
choice left except to vote for the man.
who is nominated, a matter in which
the vaunted freedom of the ballot de
generates too frequently to a name
only. There will be this year a there
ever K a host who will be willing to
I srvc their countrv, ac'uated solely Lv
the purest patriotism and the hope of
official stealings. There will be plenty
to salect from and there are excellent
men as well as bad ones among them.
If the Bepubliean party of N bra-ka
has hop" of achieving a great ielory. !
none but the be-t men inu-t be put
up for the peoples' suffrage. And
while we are about it, it would be. well
to keep in mind that we want to send ,
men to the legi-Iature with the special J
view of correcting the representative
and judicial disadvantages under which
we now labor.
Fun some time p)ist reports have
been current that Vice Piesidcnt Wil
son intended to resign his high official
position on account of increasing ill
health. The-e rumors arc now con-
tradicted, and it is stated that he is J
rejjriining healtli and trcnirth.
THE CHICAGO 11RE.
Between 4 and o o'clock p. m. Tue-daj-,
July 14, a fire broke out in a rag
shop at No. ;VJ7 South Clark street,
ju-t north of Twelfth street. The con
ditions as to drought and wind were
much the same as upon the occa-ion
of the great fire of IjvTI. Before tho
third alarm, calling out the whole fire
department, had been givn, the
flames had made astoni-hing headway
in the low wooden rookeries lining
Clark street and Third and Fourth
avenues, and before the news of the
conflagration reached the business
centres, it became apparent tbat a
large and populous qunrter of the city
must inevitably be wrapt in flames.
The wind was from the southwest, and,
under the stimulus of the heated at
mosphere, it soon blew a hurricane.
In an hour many acres had been burned
over, and the street, filled with every
manner of vehicle losded wiih furni
ture aud baggage". ?nd with people
fleeing from the hot breatl' of the fire,
presented tho satnt frightful aspects
whieh distinguished them on the night
of the 0h of October, 171.
The flames quickly spread over '
Fourth and Third avenues, and State
street, and then to Wabash avenue,
threatening Michigan avenu. The
0f iSTl slru& Clark and State
streets at Harrison street. The fire of
Tuesdav swept ueariv a half mile furth-1
.mith. hnt 5r .v.m-!.. w.i in h smis !
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iltro.'f ion tn tl,n nrt"livnc Ti.Triro I
6 o'clock Milwaukee, South Bend,
Joliet. and other citi wera tela-
graphed to fnr a-sitanee, and engines !
arrived from all poin'P. There was no !
taet of appliances with which to fight ,
grc, but the -tinder.box.jeharacter of!
Jack of appliances with which to fiht ,
Bre, but the -tinder .boi.jeharacrer of
building in the range of, the fiaraea
Mnnp.f1 thSpfcfirts of the firemen of
iui'ding in the range of, the fiaraea
ndered the"efh)rts of the. firemen of J
at li:rtetiiLFire churches, Axkcna I
-Ikm.;! Vit.n..iiri. AitPi t
James Hotel', and many other promi
nent Jnd substantial building, are
heap of ruins At least fifty acr- of
ground have been swept clear of build
incc, and the loss cannot be Ics than
S 000 000 Clark end State streets.
and Third and Fourth avenues were
occupied by very poor wooden struct-
urc-, anjl the alleys between them by
still wor-e slrntie. But te-e were
all crowded fmm cellar to attic with
poor people. Thousands of families
were hustled into the street with scarce
a moment s warning, ami, or cour-e. j came lQ lh p, MQ anij .cu,tfj leil,lK).
without time to save any of their , rarj,y m the y4l . They were sup
wretched furniture. The HiSerine of j p0sCj lQ i,are owe ,0UCy. With
thee poor people i incalculable They j them camc a , wi,nin they had
are without food or shelter, and with
out money to buy either. Meantime
it i the hot Mimmer season. busiue
U dull, the times are hard, and em-
p'oyment difficult to find. In the Let-
I ter ttortiin of the burnt di-trict, Wa-
' hadi an 1 Michigan avenues, the no -
tice was longer, and warned by tlie
terrible experience of 1S7I, household
furniture and sto;ks of trools weie
carted to safe quart -rs1. It is ju.-t to
ay of the fire department tbat it
fought the fire desperately. It fought
it in the fa-e; it di 1 not ev-n attempt
to fl'ink it. I uii.'ht have been wi-er
to do so. Fo far a a determined baud
to baud encounter is concerned, it
could not have done better. To look-
erson it appeared that the fire, might
have been henkd olt by t ho heroic ccmh rnjwl ? hlfiniry, lia,
method of pulling down and blowing . TcUirml My tQ camp .,rQWli
up buildings at some distance fro-n ; fVom a espejitiu lo ,nt a
and in the line of the course of the , up j-.j ri..fln ...,, JUtantfi.
conflagration. But perhaps the j.tct,ipijetiatcJ ,,,,,, luaunta;,H wa5
critici,m winch can be made i, that I JH r,llHans disturbed th-m
the tire app.ra.usof the present day j ., thoilB,lt tIiev ll(IBaeil
is utt-rly inadequate to the taol fhe M ()f lfce cx Clilion; T.vo of
grappling wi'h a gicat eontiagration ; , ... . . . , ..
" ' , fc ,. . 'the 'nldier-sent tn with mail came
under lu hcadwav. I ttere is un-. , Pl.. , ,-
,,...;.,,,, i . !on lario party of bioux, but di-
doubted ly, in tnis fieM, the grandest . . , , , .
V ,.. I eovered them fir-t ami -uccecd.d in
opportunity for the exercise of invent-1 , .. , v .,, nc .1 .
. ' . ,, , .. ,. I eluding them. No reports oj tlie
ive genius. The ro-'(. fiice building . . . ... ...
h . . , . . tnineral or other qualities of the cun-
fell a victim to the devouring element ;
but the notice was
nti 1 1
t..j..v, w - .
chi- f portion of the mail matter anu
the papers of the office were saved.
Of casualties it is'ooenly to give
any list. Two men are icported to
have been killed by a failing wall. It
is hot unlikely that others have per
ished, and that numerous serious ac
cidents will piove to have accompan
ied the great lo-s of propaity. The
excitement throughout tiic city w;
riiecircu-nstane-M-a high wind and
a dry atmosphere were similar to
those of Ot 'J, 1871, as to rou-e the
mo-t Serious apprehensions. All tm?
street approach to the ucinity of the j "'f' v;5th its mlennnly and agreea
tire were densely packed by an excited l,1 ofii'-'ers aml c,"l ,0-eos-throng
o men and weiin-n. House-! The Fairbury Cinzrtlc-ny?:
entirely out of the range of the fit e An accident which came near being
wee cleandof fuinituie.and hundred J fatal oecuired on Little Sandy Mon
of pcopleCwent about the stiedts re-j day. Mr. Moles aud Mr. Schwitter
tailing the mot gloomy prophc-ies. nere hitching up a span id mule- for
At I o'clock Tuesday morning the the purpose of trjing a Mai-'i Har-
hre was under control and the great
multitudes which watehed its Vr"n'-'s
with ab-oibing intere-t di-ner-'id with
that Chicago had not
a repelition of the terrible
sotirgo and horror of two and-n hull"
ytar-. Ciiiotf" liter Oct mi, July 10
A Di.vsi'CU though not involving the
los- of so manv dollar- as Chica:o's
last visitation, ha- overtaken the I
sprightly city of O-hkos'i, Wisconsin. '
It will prove a hiavy blow to her, and !
1111111 be felt more severely than the
lire in Chicago on Tuesday lat. While
only a small portion of Chicago, com
paratively speaking, has ben laid
waste, the better part of O-dvO-h is in
ruins. Commencing in the afternoon
of f uosd-iy, in the heart uf Ihe city, the j
fire swept through to the suburb-,
living in its w.iko ou'y Miiold.-iii!g
heaps. Though under control Tue.-
day nieht. the fl lines were still feed
ing upjn tlie bu-iue-s houses and
homes of the neonle. It Was indeed a
night of terror to O-hkosh, and the '
scene ot desolation is described as even I he dressed up like a Sioux aud made
more disheartening than the great J war like descent on the family of a
conflagration there in IS69. Fully j homesteader, ju-t for fun. A letter
one-half of the budncss portion of the ' jn ,; pocket told the people that hi
place was burned, and one-fourth of ; friends lived in Philadelphia, but a
thc residence portion is in like condi- the weather was warm and no ice in
tion. The homeless people are camp
ing out in the fields.
The two following items are from
the Juniata Gmrt'e:
We are pained to learu that Mr.
Jas. MoKelvy, on Monday, July nth.
fell from a scaffold and di-Iocatcd the
elbow joint, and also hurt his side,
which is tender from a wound'received
in the army. lie fell a di-tance of
twelve feet, striking on bis right side
A surveying party consisting of 26 j
able-bodied men, and undercharge of J
Mes-rs-. Stout & Cunningham, pa-sed
through our town Tue-day morninz. i
Beingin need of three more hands,
thev fortunate!? secured the services '
of J. M. Myr. L T. Benn. and N. G
Piatt. They are going up in North
western Nebra-ka, and expect to re
turn in about four months. To make
sure of hisscJp, ''Mik" indulged in
I a haircut of the pugi!i-tic fashion, and
took rood care to havo the mo-t rc-
l mote part of his cranium well and-
"n the Ltncoin Mute:
For two day.-, pa-t two gentlemen
fro:u Omaha have been in the city,
intent on orgmir-ng a council ot Lo .
ops," or of the "Co operative Union." '
intent on orgimrng a council rt Lo
ops or of the lo operative Union. '
Wo understand tbat last nignt theyi
succeeded and tint it has received a j
S& lii off" by some twenty, of our '
o understand tbat last nignt they j
succeeded and tbtt it ba received a
Sod seni of: hy some tw
the Order is not
rood "send ofT' by some twenty, of our
one bat we imacine it squints that
way. If it is political it will prove a
failure, aj we feel convinced tl..it-m
secret political organization- can or
should live in this country.
The following account of a frightful
J tragedy in Buffalo aunty, i from
,. 0. Williams, who says:
A jy,, tragedy occurre.I on the ,
, i4jfA jQ l1ffdlJ c0UtltVi norti, 0f ;
Towcit Saturday, duly Ph. A man,
. anJ Wlfe ;vho are irussian. Pole. '
whosfl inmPa wc dW not t rm,n,ly
helped. Saturday morning, while
they were sleeping, he attacked them
with an ax, cuttini: the unn'sskull on
. lnc telUj(iei a(i tl,0 woman on the
frent.lU. Striuue to say, thev are
; t:j aVC ,iUKj, ;t i doubtful if thev
1 recoVer The man then ilid, but wan
j ?QOri j,ursue,l al caught aa.be wa
, alj()Ul t() takc t!l(, oars a. l0Wcj. IJe
j I)0W , j.,-- at CJbou.
j tj iaiter ,as arrived in LinoMn
( jre., fr011J ,i,e fccnc 0f murder. lie
j nJ)0rU! t,(J ;,me f the injured ptr
t-l(.? !lS Ji(.,, Mnzhabez and wife,
t;c forier agcd of and the latter 5U.
vlxilt2 that of the a-aihut i Jfcgut
j pVcdc-ri-k William Male6!i,'agefabour
, f , -. - fiomnrinv A ,i.:r
i try wore made.
Late dispatches from Washington
announce the order of the President
for the removal of the C S. land of
flee from Lowell to Bloomingion. in
Franklin county. It seems rather
strange that the office should be taken
from a line of railroad and removed
thirty or fort' mile- into the interior,
but the removal h.i long been decided
upon on account of "'putting it where
it will do the imi-t good." Our Low-
di friend-may congratulate themelve.
that their city has attained a size that
will insure its future rapid gr wth,
notwithstanding the removal of the
venter, when the team becime flight-
cued a'-d started tn 'nil. Mr. ScwUJ
tets was .standing in front of the tickle
and in ottempting to get out of the
way fell. Three of the guards struck
him, one on the shoulder blade, frac
turing it, one on the b ck of the neck
and the other on the lower part of the
head making a gah two or three
inches Jo.iir, but fortunately not fine
turing the skull. Luckily the sickle
was not in operation oUe it must luivei
killed him. Dr. Butler attended him
and thinks he will recover.
A little boy in High'an.1 precinct,
Lancaster Co., was mowing with a
-cythe. His little si-ter, uuob-orved.
was sitting in the tall gra-s and in
! mowing he stiu!; her in the neck.
eu ting her neck fioin ear to ear, kill- f
ing her in-tantly. More caution slmuM
be u-ed in this direction, as neatly
every day similar accidents are chroni
A vnnm. m:in in I.onn Pitr tlinnclit
to play a little trick. The other di j
the countrv, they were cnmpdled to
bury him before his friends could ar
rive. Kearney Press.
Begular trin will be mude between
JUNIATA and RED CLOl'D,
4r h3 be Phased to carry pis-engers
upon the dav- mentioned, livng Ju-
''t at 6 a M on Wednesiljy2 and
Sfun,J1'-- an,l1 "CLmiJ at 6 A. M.,
iiiur-'jy- an i .mmuys.
X.I31S ! U5f B ! !
Maxvell & Dingee
Wwi tn inf'na the pnblic tail thr h"v
isade extenirc jjr'i.artioatju;iaaUc;ar
1 - . - .1 .:tl C . Mn n n I
Liine iau wi acc- vu
. FULL SUPPLY
ami of th- pnUSc. bich
KfMaraaillr the PlltCC
Firf. mii : of Rei CTouc briiz s
1 Soutb SJieof llirer.
NOW fS THE BEST TIME
IN WKBSTKB CO NKB.
Arc now in market, and are offered
at low rntrs and on ten yea lis' time
io actual settlers, at rates varying from
$1.50 to 5,OQ per acre
With a liberal deduction for cash in
Thc-e lands are among the best in
the B"pub!iean Valley, and are
UNSCBBASSFI) Foil FKKTILITV
and beauty of Loiation.
HED CLOUD- - - Xi:ii.,
LOCAL a3ZSI ?C3 V7233TZH COUS:!,
Will at all times be ready to give all
information in regard to location of
land, terms of pavm"nt, .to
From the Cinular- of the B k M. B
B. Co., will in a measure explain their
terms and the advantage.- offered.
The purchaser can pay cash, or di
vide the amount ii to three equal
part, paying one-third down, one
third in one year, and one thirl in two
years, with intere-t at ten per cent,
annually ; or he can have TEN YEA us
time in which io make up the sum by
mh-1( annual payments at .-ix percent,
Mo-t buy on this latter plan of
THN VKAU.-V CUKDIT!
In which easa the purchaser pays at
the out-ot one year-,' intere-t at six
pjr ceut. on the price. He mike
thrc.' other payments, each of six pei
c nt. at the commencement of the
second, third and fourth year.-. At
the commeuc 'incut of the fifth year,
he pays one-seventh of the principal
and one years interest on the lemaiu
dcr, and the same at the commence
ment of etch sucee ive year until ;ili
ha- been paid at the end of ten year-.
Any buyer can pa5 in full at any time
and g t a-warranty deed free of all in
cumbrance. OEHIJEC Zi-IS.S,
Wines & laiquors
Chewing, Smoking, Tcbacco,
OF ALL KINDS,
l'rnsh Lager Beer from" Antelope'
Brewery, constantly on hand.
BKD CLOUD, NKB.
m.' nrin rI ilfin i
ii mdiw sM4wjW'
DRUGS, STATIONARY FINE
PCBK WIXKs & UgCOilS,
CKItS, MATCH KS,
And the thousand and one things usu
ally kept in similar establishments:
constantly on hand and fur sale
citiiAr Ki: ( ash.
fall and Sfr-.
--, .- -.-.,.,.
MRS. 11. F.LUTZ.K JCNIATA OKIlAfcll.NUa.
JOSSPH A. PEERY,
TAX-PA VIXG AGEXL
?2i:rSLrl: CITY, Fnsilia ZtzZj STsi.
Attcrnev at Law
KieeJiurtli w-t Corner 0
r Jf Ik. 1
LINCOI, - - - -NEBiSASKA.
rw-wi - t s - -
fcn l fMf-9.
I am now a- in the vi- ready to supply my cutomers and the pib'.i-general!;-,
uith anytime in the Hardware hue. at nevs that defy cmr tt
tion. My motto u
-'Small Profits and Quick
I keep a g aeral as- rtmenl of II irdware an 1 a full line of
F A R FA MACHINERY,
TABLK NI I'O KF.r HTLF.KV. ,.?A"',1,.n0i:5K
TIUMMIV;. TLNUABK. CAKl'L.N ThBa
and MAttlN'S TOOLS. SADIA1L- HAKU
WABK, a lulla-sorttueut.
FOI1KIW, SHQVKIA SIWDK-. HOK. W vnoX SKAT SV NGS,
A:C.C: AL-o BBOOMS. .IMAB BOXKS, BAdkhla.
and BAfH BBiCK.
OSWALD OL1 VKB, T. .1. FABDOK.
THE CHSOAGO LUMBER YARD !
Keeps constantly on haul tho la-gest iUck of Dry Fine Lumber in the
and all kinds of
15 6J I 3 I ff O yi A T E IX I A Id.
Our stock is well -elected an 1 purchased direct from the raft,-, and will be
sold as low as the lowest.
J. G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform the Public that ha has Just
opened up a new and complete Slock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
Coiuitthuj tn purl of
CALICOKS. DABK, LKJIIT k PINK,
CIIAMUBKS. D'LMNKS. LAWNS,
DBKSS TB1MMINCS .V LININUS,
COB.KIS X .KlBfS, VAILS ,V fJI.OVKS.
BLLXCIIKD AND CNBLKACHKD MUSLINS
TABLK LINKNS. &'Hj l-.LIM:.
PAN IS, OVKlt ALI A SIIIBTLW;,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS cf ail Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLOUR. kVIiAL & BACON-
And everything usually ktpt iu a First Class Dry flood k Grocery Store.
J. . Pcticr,
Red Clcud, Nebraska.
W. L. VA
i? JVD tOUJD,
-- ItifOrO f
rms. i-yiwoi. -
I LUUI Ol bdlllllUwi)
Lima. Tarred Paper, Etc
And exerj Article usually kept in a
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE
J. IV. TI'LLETH,
u s. pension sip.i;eo.v.
OScc 3d door South of Cort Hooe.
Eesiascs Cj Us Sir. :f 2;i ZzzL
W. g TnOR.
Surveyor of Webster Ct ;
Will prnaiMlr Alitrd t all call.
Orfers fr wore
' ID WV(I iv
pt 05c? vifc
(M-n-.i. ". .. HlVK.ritr kunvi .- wrf t
1JZ ? Xi
Sales, for the Ready CASHT
ATU QUIIMAr'k o
Firt Chu Lumber Yard.
ANY BILL THAT CAN BE COI
Attorneys at Law.
BED CLOUD. .... SKli
ARCMI JALA U. KIXXC4K.
rv7A27 ?w2i:C. E2AL Z2TATZ.
2iT. ass Airaw
AU i-.i&- .Irirtfy s.J,j to ae ...
"t. U-1... --. --.. --" tmz f rrie- ?
2-ltt , .-.-..!-,.- jft, t
j Republican VaU.
S- GARBE3 &?
And .aTT fof other
Olio stock of Dry Md. IttM I M
ccted with tipiHtinl roJerne t . t
r, aai ecr.
KINK DBl-S HOODS. CALK oil
BBOWN k BLF.ACHKD M''-.
LINS, PBINTS, CHKCK
(;IN(.'I1AMS. Jfec. kc
The Ladies of Welviter C.'unf I
are m-pectfully invited to rx:tnm
now stock of
Which we fcePwarrnntcd in -a
the r,tirtffl and Moil ('amjttrtr vr
brought into Southwest Nebraska, imj
whieh will 1; .sold at Prievit llutt
We also keep on hand a (Joed Sto L of
Of vaiiou- kuuN mid txtrr .j.ii
and for ialo eithor by tliw juitor iii ft
3UOAB3, TEAS. COFFEE. SPD,
And everything cle in that Line.
Canned Fruits in VarietY.
TOBACCO 4c ClftAK.
PI-OUIl & MEAI,
BOOTS & SHOES
To to Knit thwaot of every!
We wwh to call'the attention f iU
Public to lfce fact tbat we arc con
7 leepin on hand a. Toll artmft ,ji
Goodi which we will fe:lf at
For Ch. Call and looVat oar (iM
acd do sot fail to igquir0 the 'Civn-
Rr.a Clou ZTeh
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