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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1881)
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"Eternal Vigilance is tlve price of Liberty," aild $150 wycar is th price of the jW Cloud C"f
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO- NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER. i2. ISS'l.
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.-:-- Jl.E3a year ifpaJdin AdTisc.
NOimi-EAST OK SOLTII-KAFT
Tlii" Road tDRrtbtr with the C. Jtl which
"i'onnp lli- wo. t ciunlr,Iif.' between Nebra.ka
Ii.nr t and nil omtj lftof l.i.muri Hiver.
Tfjiiirvr I-ikii.k tins lino crM the
A. limr nt 1'lalUuiouth
Plattsmoutli Steel Bridge,
"Vln.h liw lately Ijrcn completed.
TIirm.Kli Day Ctoache
- akj: iunto
and St. E-OtiJ,
When iIpm" cc-inc-tinnc irc jnmli in union df no.
f(tr!loiMfAfrtli i:tTainJ.uih. Twinn-iy
thin route Marl iti Ne raAu ar there
fore Jieo In in the .muf uwidi nt
.- uuuli mi tr.itn Miy a lay iwmi
fl i ominj. lhrnu;)i Jroiu th) tnoiiti-
lltlCK. HUH f PCI1K" IP'C -a
IU- ol lUliklliR poml inn-
incrioi s win n tiny
tnli the B..V.M.
Irficr in iheMnti an mil pf full and relin-le
iifi in ation rwjmrnl. cjii ! had tiiin aiiplicn
t:cD to I. A i. II. K. Acir.tK at any of tho
iriMiiul t-tatimie, or to
13tf Gciicrtl Tirkit ccnt.
1 hat thtsmedtcinehasbsen
Lt Q T d lor 35 j cars in
CB t. pi i ate prac'ice,
in al! diseases o 1 the throat
and luncs is the greatest
liou lliis Uaham cin have
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' - -.-fr puMii iii 1S&9. Price 25c,
V. .-!' '! . 1 Ct imr1f lint.
50c and $t. Sample Ikt-
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CSi2&V' c:o,lcrpUfrrsale. We.
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JiXf". . f. tny A nrr-rartl.
4f" (i'&r i- "e Proprietors.
"i J Kana Cy. Mo.
(i to tin' roMablf and woll-known
thi.z -tand of i:. U. Shrrr Rod Cloud,
: n.fb-iva $1 bt tie- If afir u-ini:
tv.o-thnds ou ct no ro'.ii'r, rot urn
W balance and j;et tutr inoiii'v
AXI A lVI.i. LINE OK FANCY
ss n w & ft u t SI
ALSO A I'lKT Class
Ice Greaxn Pari or ?
"Where you can always
get a nice d.'b of Ice Cream during
A share, of the public patronage is
jepectfuHy Milinted. Firt door
eoiuh of 3Iitcbell i -Morhart's.
t.r.n Clocp, - - Nebraska.
xjII LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
ailS BUST 121 TJJ2J MAUKX7
So II lit l.ursl l'rlcet
RED CLOUD KEB.
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T'reVi 11 Nat- Bank
P. C. Smith.
Cuh'r lt Nat.I.ank
Transact a general bankioc bn.aMJ. hoy and
m11 county irarrntf . al.o County. Precinct and
Hb'il litnet Uondc .
Ncjrntiitr lann mortxacct. huy and rell ror
e"i:n l.xehanice. . ., ,
a-. jtcial attention riven to collectiona.
u..-,.. l.t v.t. T.nk Tew York. 0a-
ba Nat-I'-nk. "xnaha.
G. W. Fiiii)u:it,
It. V. SiimEY,
WSSSm CQHST7 BilE
ItKD CLOL'U, NEB.
Movky To Lois 011 Real Rtato and
(liatlcl MortpiRe. Buy nnd fpII Kx
HmiiKC nnd do a general Bsinkiug
W. H. STROHM.
ASTCLOU"; - SEOTABKA.
May be comultcd in Kniclifh or erman.
Colltctinnr will receive prompt attention.
OrKici.:--OploHte BoyV Home
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Case & McNeny,
A noKXEYS AND COl'NSKLOlW AT LAW.
Will practice in all the, Court of this State 1 and
N ortlurn K anias. Collection? nt wel as litwa
UilbuVinetarrlully uidtfficieutly attendoiito
Oi-ricK- On Webfter SUeet. one door north
cf Oarber'x btore.
hew ci.orn, yi.n.
"" "j. sgilham,
yVTIOKSr.Y AND COfSSELOU' AT LAW.
Office onr door north oIuihtt Uro.
RKI) CM.Ori). - NEBRASKA.
K. C. llawtrr. N H.THOEr.
Hawley & Thorpe,
ATTOnNKYS X roUNSEI.ORS AT LAW.
Oi nE: Over Mc Fa rl a mi's store.
2ED CLOUD, KE3.
Laird 8c Smith,
A TTOUNEVSANDCOUNSELOnS AT LAW.
Ha.tino., - Nebraska.
Will pratlicc in all the Court or the State.
Prompt attention Kivcn to all butineM entrurted
to his cure. juIyl-7
J. L. Kaikt.
C. W. Kjut.
Bed Cloud. Neb.
A TTORNEYfi AT LAW A REAL EbTATK
Will prartiir all the 'iurt in Sobrwkm
nil! noitbirn Knnn cfllrciiii pnjaiptly at
tenJid 10 acU iorr-!'ond tire hcit"'l.
r.ED CLOUD. Uebraaia.
Abo. Acetic Tor B. .V M. R. B. Land.
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RED CLOUI. NEB.
AMt..n! Surccou B. ( M. K. It. P.. C. Office
ovit .lidmon .V Crop' dry roods More. Krji-
dence over Pi rkin- A MiuhcHJsstor oui
j.'m. ifiosEiA, w. if.
Physician and Surgeon,
K&D CLOUD. KEB.
Will pay special attention to Obstetrics and
dicacs of vrouirn Aleo general and sjecial
-urcory. Dit-rasc? of the Kc and Ear Cbarfcs
moderate. Utlice over fcherwood's Store.
1K. . CI1ENCK
Pliysician & Snrge&n,
Professional calls promptly attended.
OrFictt At reidence near Cowles. 8-51
Dr. H. A. Baird,
Guide Rock House,
JIB. 5.17? AY, Propr,
GUIDE ROCK, NEBRASKA.
This House has just been refitted and
newly furnished throughout.
GOOD SAMPLE ROOM
for tho accommodation of commercial
. "Wall Paper,
ttP) STORE, u
F, S:c.. &c.
inmc ur i An
CUKES THOCSADS TK.1KLT.
A POSITIVE CME
, Restores the Appetite;
i&rrtbH the synea;
t;estere we weak
we cIalm.Atk TooTdracciat I
for r.Ciah Whl
r THrt tka ao tiaar.
Tor Ue bj alt Cniuuu.
S.N. SMITH SCl.Pnp'r
SwrJr Atkin. Bankn-j. j-rk: ork fonnty
Bank. York. Farnicr' A, Merchanta Bonk.
York: Union National Bjnk. Uiicko:
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M L. THOMAS,
THURSDAY, DEC. 22, I8SI.
A. V. Coslee has started a new pa
per in Beatrice called the Indrjtaidati.
The Odfl! Bmcnn w the
new paper in Gage county
name of a
bp F. E. Watson. Tpogrrtj)hiealy the
Ileadbn is not a succors.
The Omaha lice says that the car
pct-biig reformer. Finch, paid $10 and
cosUj at PlatSmouth lat week for as
sault, breach of the peace ic. The
only mistake in the above is the Matc
ment that Finch paid the fine nnd
coMs. Mr. Finch was fined the above
amount and eoH for dinttirhin the
peace, but his friends paid the bill.
We understand that John B. Finch
in giving, as a reason why he does
notfcue The Herald for libel, as he
threatened, that a judgement against
it would be worthless. That need be
no longer an obstacle in the way, for
The Herald t-tands ready to put up
a five thousand dollar bond, to pay
all damages that Mr. Finch can ob
tain against it, for injury done. his
character by the charges made by
Tin: IIuuu.1). The above bond to be
approved by the First National bank
of cither Hastings or Lincoln. Junia
"Biuck" Pomkkov is broke again.
His eareer i.is certainly been one of
'tips and downs." Just after the war
he made a fortune, the sales of his
Democrat l tinning up to 200,000 copies,
but lost his paper, and his fortune,
lie went to New York ami made
another fortune, but also lost it again,
and emigrated to Denver with $2.00
in his pockcLs. He went into mining
.'peculations, in connection with a
paper he established, and with his
usual luck, soon had an income of
$10,000 per mouth. Now he is clean
ed out again and hadn't a dollar.
The Guiteau trial, or rather the
farce, is still in progress in the city of
Washington, and it is expected that it
will continue until after the holidays,
if tho murderer live. that long, which,
judging from the numerous threats
that have been made ngaint him re
cently, we think is rather doubtful.
Scoville, the ass.isin's lawyer is repor
ted as being very fearful that his cli
ent will not live to iree the end of the
trial. If cleared Guiteau would not be
permitted to live on the face of the
earth, .somebody would sboot him
before he could get out of the capital
city, and we don't sec wli3 an clnrt
should be made to .save his worthless
7S HAVE COAL.
Mr. Frank Couklin who owns a
farm about two miles southeast from
Alma, across the river, while boring
n well, struck a vein of coal at the
depth of thirteen feet from the sur
face. The augur brought up chunks
as large as a mans fist, and almost
equal in quality to the best of toft coal.
When put in the liro it burned very
brilliantly. After striking tho coal,
he bored eighteen inches further, the
coal becoming plentier at each turn
of the augur. Samples of this coal
and of the soil above it can be seen
at The Heiuld olfice. Whether
this is but a vein of drift coal or not
we cannot say. but it confirms the
opinion expressed a few weeks ago
that coal in abundance could be
found in the blufl's south of the
river. We have contended that
coal existed there from the first time
we vi-ited these blutfs. and the dis
coveries of Mr. Fuller and Mr. Conk
hn demonstrate the correctness of
our belief. -4hi'i Herald.
National Associated Fres.
New York, December IS. Some
lather sensational dcvclopetuents have
come to light in the investigation into
the attains of the broken Mechanic'
bank, of Newark. Leiral stcus have
just been taken to prevent the Bald
wins irom conveying certain real
estate and personal property held by
them. The bill tiled in the" case says
that the private account of Oscar L.
Baldwin at the hank reached $2,000
000 in one year, and that for ten
years the averaco has been about
$500,000 a year. It also says thit a
special expert has. discovered that
Baldwin misstated the facts when he
said that the whole of the deficiency
had been swallowed up by business
transactions with the firm bf Nugent
fe Co., as the greater part was used
to purchase stocks and bonds, and for
other speculations. The bill further
says that the two brothers were in
collusion" in the transactions, end the
fuuds abstracted were used m the in
terest of Theodore F. Baldwin-, who
carried on an extensive mock spectrla
tion with JRycrson and Boole Irom
1887 until the failure of the bank, and
during that time he lost $45;000,
which was paid, and that he still has
$20,000 on deposit to cover margins.
All this occurred while- Baldwin was
drawing a whiry of 35,0 a year,
and had no other legitimate- income.
The" building once owned bv the"
Youngs Men'r Christian association
was altered into a theatre at a cost of
$25,000,- winch was paid by Theodore
Fv Baldwin. It now belongs to Bakk
win, who used the bank fuuds to oav
for it.- '
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Wahhlvcto.v Dec. 19. 18S1.
The etrange, strange year now nrar-
ly c!oed, finds Congrw gathering fur i
work in carvirrg out the destiny of
future coming millions. A few brief
months ago, in the high tide of joy,
the speaker's gavel fell and Congress
adjourned to mingle in the glad exul
tation of 250,000, in the inauguration
i.Cnn ulm win tbo tinlilo ami thi
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dcliirhted to honor.
Scarce had the music died away and
the waving of banners ceased, ere
nation was parnliz-Hl by a etasgeriiig
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.n..-n ..... .....-.Ill Illlllll-.tW Hi l-tllr
i.i.... n.ai i.rmif.iit (tridi tn s i mm 11 m ni
lands. The warp and woof of that
great grief was inwrought into the
nation s life and for eighty days in i
ovcrv home there was one sick an
dying, and at last a dead one whoe
dtt'tand memory is the priceless heri-
f.tr. gC .i ntiiitifiii pnimlri' tmiffiil Jtfiii
...ttiimtf ...1 in wlrnnimr luiiula tlifi.ni'li
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ie discipline of thu bitter sorrow.
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For several weeks the members and
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their families have been gathering
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here and arranging their homes for
the se-sion. It is an evidence of our
nilviifirin rivili7'ilirtti. lli;it Rmtiri'.
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in olden time, leave their families at
home. Much of the change and im
provement in life at the seat of gov
ernment is due to the iufiueiice of
christian women who transfer all the
sanctity of their home life to the na
tion's capital. Never before was our
city so overcrowded at the opening of
a session of Congress, and long befoie
twelve oVJmk of the day of meeting.1
the halls were filled, and thousands, I
unable to enter, sauntered through the
corridors. The organization of the
House was, contrary to the general
expectation, soon accomplished. The
message was received with marked
satisfaction, and there being no bitter
btrugglcs now apparent on the surface,
the indications are that Congress will
commit itself to doing good work for
the country. It is too early to proph
esy, but such is the tone and senti
ment of thought here at the capital.
The most shameless proceeding
disgracing both the capital and the
nation, is the trial of Guiteau. Day
by day this miserable criminal is per
mitted to try the Judge, District At
torney, and Jury, all of whom appear
to be on trial rather than he. This
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cool, deliberate, sharp dead beat with
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all the expertness manifest in his past
life in beating boarding-house keeper-,
conic into the court daily, playing the
dodge of an inspired infinity. Quick
ic lirlitninr lu tiii.to fln inirnofi nf il
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question, aim wiiu an me acu.euess . ; ,
Judge Porter in his long cross-exam-j
ination, only twice did he make a mis
take, and then retrieved himself by
turning the answer to his own ac
count. He is as cool a demon as ever
lived, and the nation's honor calls for
his speedy death. Unless Guiteau
dies, the life of no public man is safe
and the cranks will be numerous as
tramps were before the states made
provisions for their arrest, and con
finement at hard labor Hang Gui
teau, and insane assylums will sup
port fewer cranks. The insanity
dodge has too long been played by
both criminals and lawyers. The
thousands that daily wit it ess the trans
fer of Guiteau to and fro from court
house to jail would, if left alone, end
the farce in twenty minutes. The ex
perts arc letting light into the case,
and there is no doubt but ho will be
found guilty and be hung, and all the
people will say Amex.
The record in the Guiteau case, now
comprises S09 pages of printed matter.
It is published from day to day at the
Government Printing Office in
pamphlet form. The indictment and
the examination of jurors and tales
men occupy 110 page, the opening
argument and testimony for the Uni
ted States 15G pages, and the argument j
and testimony for the defence 543
pages. The testimony of the prisoner,
Guiteau, in his own behalf occupies
200 pages. Three days were spent in
getting a jury, four days in the testi
mony for the government, and four
teen uavs in the testimony ana aniu
ment for the defence. The
contains a verbatim report,
word uttered on the trial
The rush for places in the Depart
ments is simply crushing. There
seems a general demoralization
amongst young men. An office or
a clerksnip seems to be their highest
aspiration. A strong robust young
man who takes a clerkship in one' of
the tombs ju the Treasury Department
better be buried in the grave yard at
home, and unless he wants to destroy
all his hopes and future expectations
he should abandon all thoughts of
Government pap and taking the
teachings of Grecly, strike out and go
west.- Let Che armless, legless ones,
and the' widows of dead soldiers, fill
the clerkships. Let "sturdy young
men seek their fortunes in the unpeo
pled wesL There are farms waiting to
be cultivated, railroads to be bsHt,
bank to be organised, mines to be
opened, school-houses- to' be' reared;
colleges" to1 be founded, churches fb" be
moulded. &, yotrng nfenr of Jmerrca
this is youf wort trp1 and be dcing'.-
President Arthur has thw far err-
deared himk-lf to men oT al! ycirtics.
He keep hw 0n eecreU and lias 0
borne himself amid ill the n-poiuj-bilitie
put ujoti him as t aure the
country that rri have al the helm a i
round and patriotic tatcman. Hi J
nteKsape to Conprcs'a wai not stolen j
on the -ay to that boly. and hH stlr-!
gotiotrs were not made public in
driblet. His ability to prevent thU
i nt-(trdeJ ma tiroof that he has a
'firm grip upon anything ho take
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I l lie new ruiea auopicu at mc niie
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I with dignity man lwe lormeriy in
It has tu the past been a
louiii.1111; place, tho "caul room' being
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convenient for purtie to eat their
lunches, and the lace curtain were
a nice place to ujc their hand".
tThi- room wai about a public as the
parks. Gentleman will no longer be
able in their far off homes, to des
their wandering through the
parlors of the President s
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I iiuiisr, im inia mi, luiiiuiii. nvii
toi ets bv the aid of splendid mirrors
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and eating their crackers and cheese
'rcatedon elegant uphol-tcred sofio.
.OW WIlCll SIZIll-SVUIS tVlllli II .lit
house they are given seat in the lower
which has been furnished
with chairs. The door leading into
the East Room from this hallway is
kept shut and will not be standing
Open as formerly. The visitors are
provided with a guide, who conduct.-,
them through the rooms ami back
again to the front door, from whence
they are started. Every facility is
given to visitors who wish to see the
rooms. The closing of the
room" to the public generally,
va-t improvement, and will .meet
Pome of our Nebraska pniriots who
desire to serve their country will be
delighted to learn that there is now a
fair chance for the establishment of a
territorial government in Alaska.
Senator Sherman has introduced a
bill that looks toward this end and
the bill has been referred to the com
mittee on Territories of which Senator
Saunders is chairman. This bill sets
up a judicial district in the territory,
and establishes there a district court,
with jurisdiction civil and criminal,
which is given by law to district courts
of the United States, an such other
jurisdiction as niav be conferred
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the laws of ashington lerrit
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A judge is to be appointed by the
president, at a salary of $3,0 it). The
bill aUo provides for the .appointment
of an attorney and marshal for the
district, who-e fees and salaric-
be the same as those of similar otHcers
in Washington Territory. A clerk is
al.-o to be appointed. Two terms in
each year are provided for, one at
Sitka and the other at Wrangcl, with
special sessions when necessary.
The general criminal laws of Wash
ington Territory are extended over
Alaska. Three justices of the peace
are to be appointed, one to hold court
at Sitka, one at Wrangel, and the
other on deck of a revenue murine
steamer, in any port along the coast.
Appeals from justice courts must bo
taken to a district court. The
fines received by justices are to be
paid to a collector of customs. There
are also to be three constables, one of
whom is to be jailer. Justices are to
have jurisdiction in all tcstattientry
and probate matters and their courts
are to be courts of record. Justices
are to be cx-oQicio United States court
commissioners, and have the power to
grant writs of hcabcas corpus.
Here is a chance for fame and for
tune. If our ambitious Nebniskans
can't secure the district judgeship they
can compete for positions of honor,
piotit and trust as justices of the peace
and constables. Bee.
ACsw Bey Slid.
Caldwell, Kas., Dec. 17. One of
those terrible border shooting affrays
occurred in this city a!out one o'clock
this afternoon, resulting in the death
of Mike Meagher, formerly mayor of
this city, and Geo. Spcer a gambler,
The particulars can not be learned in
the general excitement that prevails,
even at this late hour, but it seems
that last night and this morning a
o.irtv of cow bovs. named resocctivelv
Sherman, alias TaiPt, Jim Martin,
; lKb Alunsiug and a lellow named
Lowe were drinking and carousing.
About 8 o'clock this morning they be
gan to show a disposition to nnsc a
row, and as preliminary George Specr
shot off his revolver into the sidewalk
on Main Street. Through the efforts
of the lwKce the disturbance was sup
pressed, and as a precaution, addition
al police we're put on, among them
Mike Meagher. About one o'clock
the party above named turned loose
and began to shoot miKicrirrrinaterr.
Talbot shot Meagher from the rear of
the bank building, killing him instant
ly. Citizens turned out at ouce with
s'ucb guns as they couid get hold" of,
and attempted to take" in the party,
who in the meantime had proceeded
to a livery stable in the north part of
town, compelled the man hi atten
daiA.e to' give them horses mounted
amr started oft Speer attempted to
SMle a. horse netf the Bed Light
dance house, and while doing so wa
Shot by some one of file citizens. The
others struck off iri the direction of
HtmneweTL and about two miles east
struck south for the territory. X par
ty of dtzens sfartedr after" thn and at
last account were within shjtt of the
fleeing cow boy. .It is llr they
will be takerf, add r?.boSrfbfcck
alive nothrogwill save them fetal pull
ing hemp'.' Tke'e-ccrteiffert Shf Jbtense
and the present disposition is to z&W
the adders and abettors of the mnriUVr
1 Ctt&C ftnif nnll nttt fm nnlntar
THE LATEST NEWS !
The. Best and
Ever brought to Red Cloud,
Selected by and BOUCHT for CASH by
Will be graciously parceled out lor an eijual
amount of LEGAL TENDER, in quantities
to be named by the purchaser, without regard
UACE, COLO!:, K ELKS ION, POLITICS. AUE.'.Hl.r.OH M
A PERFECT FIT !
And Satisfaction Guaranteed in
r-l 1 y-
stance. 1 nis is tnc urancicsu opportunity ever
offered to clothe yourselves and children without
You can always find just what you are look
ing for at
Who have clothed more men and boys, and
made more homes happy iii the past fiVe
years, than any other parties in the Republican-
Valley all because
goods for cash and selling for cash, to the great J
advantage ot every customer; iNiivUK. MIS
REPRESENTING; but doing business on
OUR STOCK THIS FALL
Is the most complete ever brought to UED CLOTD coniprrMOg
Everything Worn by Man and Woman.
Selected with crewt care, with a view to pivin-i o-ir nWrtnter th m'
SOLID, SUDSTAXTI VL and NEATEST PATTBIt.V: and L TE!T STYLES
FOR THE LEAST MOItfFY,
Our Business and Dress Suits
ARE FARTICULAHLY DESIRABLE.
And only nccdto be seen to be appreciated. Our stock of
Youths' and Children's Suits
Is Complete in every Department, offering attraction that are reklom teen
ouicide of the larger citio.
OUii'sUITS FOR CHILDREN
Should be seen. Our tock f f
II STO 0. Alllf for Men Youth and ritildrcn, i dimply
HATS & CAPS sssssi A" ",s uun d "
They are Cheap this Year.
. Stock Of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD
And in Gloves and Mittens, second to none, and erual to any found in Cities.
We also oGer for
inspection ami for.
sale the LARGEST
and raot COMPLETE
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Out Businass dn the Square Plan,
LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES !
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