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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
THUIISDAY OCT. 7, 1875
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r jOificial Directory.
A. S. PjiHork Ue-tlrico. U. 8. -senator.
W. Hitchcock. Omaba. U. ?. Senator.
Lorcau Crouiwe. P.cpreaeuUtivc.
KILAFGARBKK. Ouv.rnor, Lincoln
IlriimtTzfrfirck. Sec. of Suite.
.1. It Weeton, Lincoln, Auditor.
J.aMoItrMe. ., Treasurer,
-.'to. II. R-iTrU. . Att cn.
J. M. McKtnxie. Lincoln. Suii. Pub. irwiruc
eo. It. Like. Omaba, Chief .Ttn-ticc.
Dan'IOantt.Nebnu'kaCitv.) i .-:,.. j.
J. A. Tulloyg.
E. II. Joncv
I. W, Tulleya.
J1. ('. Kill.
II. S. Kaley,
O C. Cin.
W. K. Thorn,
' Republican State Ticket,
For JudpPB of the Supreme Court.
GEORGE R. LAKE.
For Regents of the University.
C. A. HOLMES,
S. J. TUTTLK.
S. P. MOBLKY.
E. M. HUNGER KOKD.
For Judge of the ftli Judicial District.
C. J. DILWORTH.
Republican County Ticket.
For County Clerk.
JAMES A. TULLE YS.
For County Treasurer.
E. II. JONES.
II. 0-. BILL.
For County Judjrc.
ISAAC W. TULLEYS.
For Probate Jin'ge.
ISAAC W. TULLEYS.
For Sup't Public Instruction.
WM. J. FENN'LMORE.
For County Surveyor.
W.E. THORN E.
J. II. IIOJkMIT.
Sutton btill retains the county scat
of Clay county, by a vote of J9 over
two lifihh of the nhole uumbcr of votes
. I'xtidenLXJriiqrwas in. .Omaha last,
Friday, and the people of that pluco
gave hint a grand rcci'tion.
Next Tuesday is the day for the
elections. The Ciiikf has hitherto
kept-silence about the county politics
. and tho county officers. Ofcourscouf
political preferences are known. This
paper is Republican and is desirous of
the election of the Ronuhlicari ticket.
UkdiCloud Sept 24th, 1S74.
Having becn-.pluccd in nomination
a a candidate for Judge ofthc.'ith
.Judicial District, 1 respectfully solicit
tho support of the same. Although
the election of Judges rectus uvnece-
iti.te a nomination-by rauie organiza
tion I can assure all citizens that in
case of uiy election I shall to the best
of my understauding perform the du
ties of the office impartially and with
out respect to parties, persons, scctiou'
or corporations, supporters or oppo
mints ; so that none need look for fa
vor?, for tneir support nor for injustice
beoaut-e of their opposition. For my
opponents I have no word nor feeling
but of the highest respect, and shall
not make the canvass with a ianiclc
of ill-feeling towards cither of them;.
and hope that none of my friends will
treat cither of tliem with disparaging
U. I. IIlNMAX.
Accordino to the notice published
in the Chicl the Democratic Conven
tion and Mass meeting took place in
Hie school house at Red Cloud, Oct.
The meeting was -called- to order by
Mr. Armsburgcr of Guide Ruck. D.
S Helvem was chosen chairman and
O. Djwncs, Secretary.
Mr. Harvey made a speech advoeat
ing a people's convention, attacking i
Ri-d Cloud, oppo ing a democratic
ri.'.ket and suggesting a mixed ticket.
After some speeches had been heard,
an 1 further deliberation, ' the meeting
was transformed into a Pet p'e"s Con
vention and convention thereupon
proceeded to nominate a People's
Ticket. A. L. Burton of Willow Creek
was nominated for County Cfcrfc. Gv
W. Knight, iu a humorous sreech de
clined the nomination of Treasurer ;
O.iver Dt.wnds of Walnut thereupon
..received the nomination. David Luiz,
dec'ioed the nomination for County
Judge in a speech of such telling effect
that he was thereujKJn nominated.
Tho following centletuen were then
nominated for the remaiwBpffiees :
Lawler, Supt-rlNiblie 'instruction;
Qoq. TajotiitSherifr; O-car Ar.old,
Gauiiuoner ; D. McCalluai, Sur-
"r. Dr. Sasith, Coroner.
t'A resolution was then adopted! to
i effect that B. I. Hinman was-the
mice of h'e party ior District Jlidse.
.Mr, Hinman then made a few re-
f. marks, -refuting tbi elites of eJlrtanff.thf 5tete-that com) th
Hioom-DirLiin 'frr,. aaa conenuoat-
.-,.. 4l,.iri . - r.
A Pre-Jadsia-j Juic.
"A Daniel c we to judgment!
O wljc judge! How I honor thee!
you are :i worthy judge!
f You know the law: your exposition
Hath li'cr luOitriOunu!
O wij and upright judee!
llotj tnucji more elder than thy looktd"
(Refers to the "junior" of course)
It is a principle of law that all men
are inocent until prorcd guilty.
Lihten to Wm. Gjslin's deliberate ver
dict of the womeu of the land and the
men he now aks to vote for him:
"There U not a virtuous wuuviu nor
an huncst twin in the land."
Gash'n has made the above asser
tion time and again, and has. repeated
and ro-itcratcJ it Thetci'no other
alfit mation that he makes so frequent
ly; un!cs- it be his admiration of the
I.; delegates that voted for him at the
Voter, you who have a cherished
Wm., Gaslin sns there b not a
virtuous woman iu the land!
Will you by your vote endorse this
infamous and outiagcous declaration!
3Ien with si-tcra you hold dear;
with mothers whose memory is sacred
Will you vote for the man that thus
brands you and them with nameless
epithets of shame?
We urge the consideration of this
solitary fact upon the voters of this
distiict. The matter is beyond a
qiie-tion; and if any man wants proof
we will furnish it at once We nit her
think the men who do the votcing in
the 5th judicial di-trict are not yet
quite ready to make the maujudjie
who has thus judged all persona in
auvaucc and set them down as harlots
and scoundrels. It is true that the
most of us may not be Gt to touch the
hems of the garments of thi very
righteous cuss who is so far above us
all iu morality and virtue ; but we
don't like to trust a judfie who has
aheady sentenced so many of his fel
lows and consigned tfiem to ignominy
The above is clipped from the Re
publican Valley Sentinel While wc
do not approve the sentiment that
suggests the publication of personali
ties, still the saying attributed to Mr.
Gaslin illustrates one feature in his
character which in our opinion unqual
ifies him for a judge. We make
no fight with Mr. Gaslin on
account of his private morals or his
legal attainments. In these respects
he may be the peer of hi competition.
His unfitness for the office lies in what
charity might denominate lies extraor
dinary excentricity. This exceutrici y
is so rouarkbIu as .to- excite in hit;
fiiciids doubts as to his mental equili
brium and give foundation to the re
ports of his insanity by his enctnicu.
Our acquaintance with Mr. Gaslin
has not been sufueientiy thorough and
intimate to remove the impression that
his tniud is more or less unbalanced
We were surprised at the support he
appaiently has in F:ankliu and Harlan
counties. It is difficult to believe it
real and genuine. Much of it i to be
attributed to his locality, and the rest
to sympathy. His Hie Im been one
of bitter disappointments, and his
miud has been more or less affected.
He is a shattero 1 wreck, a broken col
umn. It is disagreeable to say such
things of a candidate for pub'ic honors.
It would be disa:.tious in the extreme
for such men to Lecome judges.
Nebra&a State Pair.
From :ho Omah.i Daily Bee
The formal opening of the ninth an
nual Exhibition of the State Agiicu'
tur.il and Horticultural Societies of
Nebraska oecutred today in the pres
ence of a large concouise of people,
and the lich display of all the vaiious
produets and industries from eveij'
section of the state, aie highly fluter
ing to the productive energies of her
citizens. One great fact stands out in
bold relief that the m irvtlous devel
opments of that poitiou of our com
tnon country, "the Great' Auiciioin
Desert," are or a character that can
not fail to incite the honest pride of
every citieucf thi new, yet rapidly
But a few years ago this portionoTj
our lovely country was a common wild,
the home of the Indian, the buffalo,
the deer, and the wolf, composing the
vast huntiiiiz ground of the red man.
and their rough wigwams dotted every
hill and valley.
There can hardly be. realized by the
many visitors present today, who are
witnesses of the material gathered a?
the representative wealth of the great
and powerful industries, the change
which has occurred in such a brief
To-day instead of the clash of tribes
the war-whoop, tho council fires and
the death-shout, we behold a land
changed from rudeness to productive
beauty, from nolhiugness to immediate
greatness, from littleness to sterling
magnificence, in the representing of
elements and materials which exhibit
the richness of the soil, the wealth of
ag:ieakmre. the grandearof physical
labor, aud the sb.riU.yct welcoate bartek
of the iron horse ouc of our country.'
.magical developers, almokt annihflatiug
time and space, is the active agent in
gathering and concentrating that pro
ductive toil which, secures and gives
this day to "Bcuitiful Ne!rka" a
tiniruished name and ncition
. . T. .
a3t. .njcncjii i.bwb,
The three Web-ter county delegates
to the Judicial convention went square
back on Kaley though they were in
structed for him. Hastings Journal.
Rumors have readied our ears that
there arc reports circulated in this
county similar in nature to the above.
Wo take this opportunity of pronounc
ing the a-strtiou a deliberate and un
f unded falsehood. The Webster Co
delegates went to the convention with
the fixed purpose of supporting Mr.
Kaley, which they would have done
as long as he wished them to, but
when the convention was called to or
der and Mr. Kaley saw how things
had got mixed up, he would not allow
his name to be brought Lelore the con
veution, this being the cise the Web
ster county delegates had no other al
ternative but to choose between the
regulaily organized convention, cal.cd
to order by one of the State Central
Committee, and (he bolting faction
under Gaslin, they feeling Jisj,o-ed to
sec an honorable man and agcntlemwi
secure the nomination foi this position
a- a matter of course v t'd for Gen.
Dilworth, who is a man that even his
worst e emiescan say nuthingaguiust.
C. J. K1W0S72.
The Republican candidate forjudge
of the District is a man unpledged to
any one, and who in our opinion, if
elected, will administer the law accor
ding to rules of Justice, and not accor
ding to the particular intcicst of coun
ties or clients, unless those interests be
honorable. He is and has been ;t warm
friend of this section, and has and will
wor.'c in all honorable ways for its de
velopment, and he is a man whose
standing iu the State makes his iiifii
ence of ureal value.
We hae known of his record in this
Statu, and seen statements highly com
mending him from Illinois, h- former
home. He is most emphatically the
choice of people at large iu the State
who knows both the men, and we
commend him to the votes of this
county as a man modest iu his ways,
clear in his mind, and upright iu his
THE SAXL30AS JuSS
Hon. Wm. Gttslin Jr. has been heic
for the past few days fishing for votes
for himself as judge. The staple ar
gument of himself and his fiiends is,
" if you get tnc you will get a railroad,
if you don't get me you won't." Whj?
Will Gaslin build a railroid, is he a
whole legislature empowered to pas
laws and erect corporations. Is he an
incipient comp-iny from whoc brain
shall spring full fledged, a railroad so
soon as he shall touch the beiHi? Is
he in conspiracy with congress aud the
general state government, whereby he
carrcommar.d intanter, subsidies with
out end; and the patronage ,of tho
whole country ? If he is all this lie is
by far too modest,and his sphere as dis
trict judge would be too humble, he
should advertise himself as a candidate
for the vacancy a? presidency of the.
United States, now about to occur, or
should apply for several cabinet posi
tion1 or should go into partnership
with -enator Dague in the anti-state
ring business! But no, Mr. Gaslin
unfoitunate'y U none of these, and is
siinpiy a lump candidate for judge.
But yet he and his fiL-uds eay
to the voters, go for a man who, when
your interests are involved in the mat
ter of raihoad will stand by you. This is
their platform. Dj these gentlemen
comprehend what they arc about.
Whut docs Gaslin ask you to do. To
make him judge. What are the du
ties of the judge, to make laws and
dabble in tailroad schemes? No ! his
duty is to administer the laws? How?
as he finds them on the statute books.
By what rule does he construe them?
'ihe rule of interest or the rule of jus
tice. Honor, which, thank Heaven still
survives, and whose voice is louder
than the tuning clamor of base self
interest answers for every honest man
in this count'.
The laws must be construed by the
rule of justize and by none other, and
out upon the- men or set of men who
seek to commend to the intelligent
people; A man whose virtue is that
he promises, in direct terms, or by fair
implication, by the expression of his
friends in his presence, anil his consen
ting silence, to administer the laws in
lvfeiencg to-raih-oitdssw w to answer to
the interests of the country. Mark the
words and remember the men, and the
position to which he a-pires. He pro
poses to so act as Judge as to conserve
the interests of the country. Not the
honorable and just interests, but the
interfsts Has it come to this that
Honor is only an empty name and
interest independent of honor is the on
ly reality. Can it be possible that a
man makes a specious bribe of this
kindjthe stepping stone to judicial pow
er? I it true, that corruption and
not purity, bias and not impartiality,
pledges and not stern adherence to 1 iws
and facts fit men for high judicial po
sitions, and commend them to their
Let the consciences of honest men of
this county answer, and let that an
swer reveal the fact that the people of
this section of the Republican Valley
want no dealings with a candidate for
Judge of their district who -so far for
gets his own dignitv as to cone shod-
dling into this county with his pocket
fall of vots for himself; who is so
far lost to1 honor and decency as to dis
claim constantly against the purity of
woman aud the integrity of man ;- who
is so far oblivioaa to rectitude as to
pledge- or suffer pledees to be msIe.
That if -made J ad re he will administer
the laws according to tbe-ioterest-'of-l
an section withont ja-d!?.&jword &s'
1 to -a-i.eth-r thrsc interest"? sheold be j
honorab' wr roi. i& -
"Blessed arc those who weep for
they shall be comforted." The story
means that Judge Gaslin was around
weepim? with the inlopcndent voters
of this county on Thursday. He was
ii.stli-.Uf tililinr li,r. nf r, n fl I ntti
(,.wU-v.j u..v.u...B .,.-...... ..,
over his accur-ed life platform, "That
every woman i a Harlot and every
man a rascal and a liar."
That a man i what he believes Cth
crs to be. N the zenera! rule, for the
reason that we know others well only
from an accurate knowledge of our-
i selves. What study of himself lias
made it possible for the jientleaian
named to learn such a damnable here
sy upon the hum in race, and what
criminal inJilfdrencc rocnuiuiou decen
cy has ma le it 'Kssiblj for him to ride
such au infamous hobby throughout
the year of hi life, we know not. We
leave the answer of this interrogatory
to the candor of each of our reader- ;
submitting however thi solution
The man that pubii'-ly proclaims wo
men in general to be harlots and
strumpets, and men to bejijrs and
villiaiH, U either one of two tlnng-, a
monomaniac or a i utterly d-tfeuclied
and degraded bcine.
We heir of several campai'Tl Mate
ments put alio it by some of the few
Gaslin mou in this community, that
are iutended to injure .Mr. Dilworth.
They are to tlie effect that Mr. Dil
worth and Mr. Liird came over to the
convention in this county ad attempt
ed to put on delegates favorable to Mr.
Dilwoith for Jude and opposed to
Mr. Kaley. This statement with oth
ers of like character are utterly untrue,
so far as we know, and we profess to
be informed as to the action aud de
sires of thos2 gentlemen. They sim
ply asked that a delegation be put on
that should hi for Mr. Dilworth after
they, the delegates, thought there wa
no show for Kaley. This they asked
alone and so far as we know the- peo
ple, and certainly the delegates in the
convention, were favorable to sueh-a
Let no one be deceived by thisclieip
clamor, aud let no one so unfortunate
as to be affected' with the Hastings
Journal be misled by the contemptible
attempts of the sore-hoaded editor of
that sheet, to put into the judgeship
the old political partner (Gislin) of its
pet fool Moudy-by eh irginc; the above
named gentlemen with doin? what he
himself is tryinir to do. That unrelia
ble refugee had better return to low:;
and go into the graveyard business
again and stay there until the fools get
the majority here.
A careful count of the votos of the
counties of this district, show Dilwvrth
to be some two too three hundred
ahead of the two con-peting candid ites.
If JTtTTcceivcs tho Ilo)tiL2ice.vi3Lo of
this county as he will with few excep
tions, he will be elected without doubt.
THS DISTRICT JU3KSEIP.
The Bloomingtnn Giiard, in the in
terest of Mr. Gadin, after I had left
the town of Bloominglon, (Oct. 5th)
came out with some charges against
me which I should not notice were
theyuot entirely untiue, and issued
under cowardly eircumstances ; having
been kept entirely secret until I had
left and it was supposed that it would
be impossible for me to refute them.
It charges 1st that I am in the em
ploy of the U. P. R. II. Co., and
working in its interest.
lid. That s-iid company are expend
ing money for uiy election.
3d. That if elected I will be subject
to their wishes.
4th. That said company are work
ing for my election.
5ih. That I am in combination
with Mr. Dilworth for the defeat of
Tho five charjjts are consecutively
and collectively unwarranted aud un
I am not in the employ of
the U. P. R R. Co. nor working in
its interest. Said company never Used
a doll tr nor used their influence for
"ircIecTeri"wif! not be subject to
the control or influence of any corpor
ation person or section, but will do
justice to all impartially aud to the
best of my understanding.
I have not baen directly nor indi
rectly in combination with 31 r. Dil
worth for the defeat of Mr. Gaslin.
1 have aot said nor caused to he
published one word against either of
the opposing candidates, and believe
that I am incapable of attempting
snch a cowardly stab in the back as
has bteo attempted by tne Blooming
ton Guard, therepoted orgstrrof Mr.
Gaslin, when it was presumed Ey the
coococtors of the same that it would be
to late fur me to resist it.
It will appear that the regular issue
of the Guard was the 2d, and that
thw-nuartf,T nf mlnmn w tairan
' "" -" I
oat and these charges inaerteden the
night of the 4th, when Mr. Gasiia and
myself were in town, and Mr. Gaslia
cans., t tho above to be- sent oat all
over She District
Mr. Cha Morlo:. representing tne
Yiyilaat of Ca,iio!is. Michi-jtn, one
of the members of the editor: il excur
sion who visited our State hist week
came on to Keartwy from Gran I
t.i-u, i.-r.j3.. n:cilt OT MM.,lt SaIut-
' !si in nur ,.!-- ll. uh'iiw .11
k"m.f "" "" '-- -
j jessed with Ntfirska, an 1 thinks our
State far preferable to Michigan as a
farming country 'htrwij Timn.
Bro. Churle-, why dhln't you come
down and see "?, it was only & mikts
and we would have dorn: our best to
J. D. WC003.
Will devote his whale tim exclu
sive! to the practice of medicine.
Office alRiverton Ho'iv.
nS ly RtVKltTO.v, Sim.
THE ONLY PAPER IN
The interests of Immigration will be
looked after, and the publisher desires
the co opeiations of all who de-drc to
sec Southwest Nebraska settled with
live and enterprising pioneers. To
this cud furnish accounts of the re
sources and capabilities of the soil, the
best locations still vacant, and, iu fact,
everything that will tsnd to induce
immigration to the valley.
AH who are intere-ted iu having a
wide-awake, lively, local ncwpapcr
published iu tho Kepubticari Valley
are invited to exiir.ino TllK Cm Hi
atal become subscribers.-
MARK II. WARNER,
Editor & Proarietor
On llain Street, nost d:or to Sod Cloud
AH lovers of the gaftio are invited to
S2JfA fresh assortment of clgirs can
die', and nuts, always on hand.
Gentlemanly clerks always on hand
to attend to customers.
ED. SMITH, Prop.
RED CLOUD DRUG STORE.
Keeps the bet and largest- Drue
Store in Red Cloud.
Prescriptions carefulh compounded
both day and night. nltf
iu ?.cvs ctu.irworkinc pcojlrof
lmth exe. younj: ami uM uiiki more iiwnry
nt work for u. in their own locaiitirs.lii'rinjr
their !p.ire moment, or i the liinc. than at
iii.ythinc tNe. Vc otTer e-npl yiju'nt tit it
will p.i Ii.imKoir.i'ly f.ir eve y hour' work.
Full rir I'Miliirf. terrii-. Ac, joiit free. VriJ
u voiii-niMrei-. atoncc Don't deity. Now
i the time Don't look for work or bminei-t
cNowherc, until yo'i havt lc-rnel whit we
offer, (S. &ti.?30.v A' Co., Portland Maine.
First in tho Field Sstablishsi 1858.
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now under the uiaua-rctscst of
J. M. JACO3S0,
Who will nnkc it the best Hotel
West of Lincoln.
He has iu connection with this hotel
. S T A T L E .
Gii'-st"- can icil to arid from the de
pot lice of charge.
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Br. Peter Head,
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05:e Orer 3horcr's Drus Store.
A. J. RENNECKER, Pnop.
Sis miles Scthe:. of Eel Cazi, cs
tho road :o Smith Ceater.
.A. J. Hi-nnrckcrhTi nffiinoi'Ptinil hiiliol 1
ami woulil cull uttuntioii to h iuieiiorftil
itic I r provi'Ii - vntir'nimufM lo tnun
nnil bcat. I he tab v "ilv i". i.vvi.lit with
ihe lfni the ?eaoii ntlonl?. nnil Frerli t'lrh
A ro.nl liiti In en opmmI to thi llti,l
tlirniu-h the furin of th- r ri'ie:nr. which
horli"n tlie n.jil nmi oin to all travel
exctil the ilmmi; of l cr lok.
a vk KKHsrckkk'.-i notKi. a thiil
C.The unilT isnnl ha nl'itnprniil .t fish
ery above tin rto i mini brnUe. where a lull
fill'ply ot 'rdli fiK cia lie procureil at aiiy
lime ilurmK the ifsm' ic on.
1)AKTIIJs v?iliiiu frisih llh ctn jret t Item
nt the t't'hi r lii"luicii the hrilirt aul
the tl'iuruu mill. J will .t:o be in town
ftaturil.iy of eacW week nt llm rorin-rot ajjrr-
et e ilniK Mtorc, ttth a Ion! ot fresh lli-h. lOtl
Smith & Calvert
BSD CLOUD - 2TSS.
In Hoi CIoU'l. Neb . nt theiro il pt.tml,
Ti ile'.ishtful to ice what ti.i-y have on
Thr have iv supply. i may truly be tiJ
01 that wlmh i." ucetlful for the lit hue or
Th ey hare LeItcail. crailleii. table" ,V ehair
Sof, burt-nui". and all kin lsof uch ware.
Crilx. lounges. ett -. ntiil mnttrvM" too
Which tor all kim!i of folk ninl jkci will
They have wntrnn ami horr lor children to
Which will iVvr wi cs anil babies exeeeil-
Thry p y cah for thrc thintrs and lelecl
them with care.
Anil willrell lhc!rach'iaanyon'ilarc.
Anil we fa to you nil. both yonnz ami oM.
ThrP not refuse arcenbnek. iler or cjM,
Wc iur.te nil our fricml and uekhlior'i to
Ar.d they il- ubtlcf- .fill fin Mf-y deal fairly
Ifjou come. I do think you can certainly buy
A no one can fay the price is too hich.
S. V. Ludlow
L- now prepared to do all kind of work
The bet of materia!- u.-ed, and all
Done on sl"rt notice and at reasonable
Shop in McNitt's Store.
Red Cloud KebraftKa
KIsh S. A. Ciin.-aell,
WooM respectfully inform tb I-ii-of Re-J
Cloud and Tieinilx that be U rre-
paredto -xrotc onlerf for
PLAIN SEWINGf f all Kinds.
On hand and far le Sa anrtmtz of
LADIES HATS, kc:
iss S. A. MUHSELL,
fla MeNitfa BaiHic.l
BAUJl'S MW CMCAflO KTiiRFs
IN .VCMTT.'s !ini.!MV- Isrr it'tU sF. "...ITU or tJtr r.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
I.v where you can buy
!2iV OOOUK. XOTlO.v
lleatl.v Hade Clolliliifs. Ilnfc ,,
Hoot & ?Imhs. i3rMcric.Ht ,
ami everything ihrhnr ttj General Wtrchanc:s.
AT GRKATLV UKDrVKp PRICKS 1
It wtl? iiv vmi to txaaiim nv totk anf price lfr bit, , .
! win re. A friendly invitation eat eiidrd to all. ,
CJuAH I ak i a tital and I am -ur thai f fan iomuw-- v .
keep the lasi'tt slock and the cH-aVct store wc.i l if,, ;
CUAS. R. JONES,
""-H3LXSA!. a::D JITAIL SSAISS IS
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. H ATS, ,
CAPJ. Tinware. Queensware.
Hi-lMHi CaN lric Paid for -l-ral
J G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform the Public that he has
Just opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS 4 GROCERIES,
(Jonn'rfint; tn part nf
CALICOKS. DARK, LIGHT k PINK,
CHAM RHUS. DKLAINKS. LAWNS.
DR1XS TRIMMINGS & MNINGS. .,
CORSKIS Jt SKIRTS. VAILS .V GUU
l P.LKACIIKD AND UNRLKACIIKD Ml M.l.Njf
TABI.K LINKNS ATOWKLINi;. x
PANTS, OVKR ALI ,-i SHIRTING,
HOOT aV MllOKHt If ATM Jk CM I'M, -
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLOUR MEAL & BACON- -
And everything usually kept in a First Class Dry GowJr A Gnu fry
-T. G. Potter,
RetS Clcud Nebraska.
K-cp- con-tur.tly on hand the lafet foek of Dry I'inc Lnuikrr in
the W t-tit. Also
Kl.rVOS, noIILVIMClN, 1,1 Tit.
and all kindief
I U I LDIXG MATERIAI,
Our stock in wc!) .selected and parcfeawed direct from the raft, awl
will be sold as low a the lowc-t. a
O. O. OJLWER
Hastings, Nebraska. v
NEW HARDWARE STORE f
WJIOLKSALE AND JtETAII.
MITCHELL & MOKIIART
Have operfed a new store and have Jat rtwitHVfall and cosspltt
IURDWiKE, Cutler fytrprntrr 4t
COAL and WOODSTO VE3. Wc ha aUe -Wis Sbop coaafdec'
with onr Store. V,e mihnfactarft TIb, Cosfer ShVet froa Ware.
Onr Stock w LARGE and well srtJ. a I4"a'e'wirrd-il a letf
as any hoase Test of Liocola.
Call and See Beftrt Parckasfef CfSfwafr-tf.
Opposite the La si be r Yard.
Red, Cloud, - - - mmbrmmUm
Highest Market Price paid for all kin;V
of Country Produce, Hides and Furs.
THE CHIC ACO LUMBE YARD! -
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