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The Reu'Cloud Chief
FRIDAY. OCT. 31. 1884
Despairing: of success, end driven
to the wall, the "fusion" leader
nod conspirators in this, the Second
Congressional District, are prepar
ing, it is said, a sort of "Morey let
tor" Poster or flamlngChandbill, an
nouncing some sort of pretended
'startling disclosures," intended to
reflect upon and injure the republi
can candidates in the pending
olection, and specially Congress
man Laird. "We hope every voter
will be prepared for this conspiracy
to deceive, and treat it as was the j
"Morey Letter" forgery or 1880.
l"ace Stickles the CoBfaslOBlRta.
The fusioniMs held n meeting at the
rink on last Friday evening, which wan
addressed hy Mr. Stickle, anti-monopoly
candidate for congress from this dis
trict, and Rev. Colonel Prtcc.of Lin
coln, candidate for lientenant-governor.
The meeting waa well'att ended hy all
parties; there Wing a general deaire
to hear Mr. Stickle and compare him
with Mr. Laird, with whom ths people
of this part of the district are, all fa
miliar. Comparisons are odiouH, but
in this instance they are just. Mr.
Stickles created a very unfavorable
impression, being neither an apt talk
er nor yet an average thinker. His
epcech contained neither wit, Heme,
nor logic, and his manner indicated
neither culture, refinement nor ordi
nary intelligence. In brief his speech
waa a complete failure, being poorly de
livered and as barren of idea as hell
it of Christian?. On the other hand
C1. Pace proved himself a ready, flu
ent t:lker, a little too bombastic per
haps, but abounding in wit, dash and
huncoulhc, and view from a democratf-ic-anti-monopOiV-mngwump
point, above the average. But like all
iicli speeches it was full of misstate
ments, false logic, and sophistry, cal
culated to catch the unwary and mis
lead the unthinking. In attempting
to refute the charge of demogoguism
lie convicted himself out of his own
mouth by showing his ignorance of
the definition of the term and giving
his audience a practical demonstration
of the same. In his statement that
the democratic state treasurer, Sturde
v.mt, had been instrumental in having
the railroad assessment raised he lied,
us any one can satisfy himself by call
ing upon County Treasurer Buschow
and examining the record for himself.
In his tirade on the republican party
for its lailure to pass railroad legisla
tion at the las"t session of tho legisla
ture, he showed willful ignorance for
upon examination of the House Jour
nal it will be found that of the various
bills introduced some were so loosely
drawn, and others being declared
by tho supreme court unconstitutional
that the House instructed the railroad
committee to draft a bill in conformity
to the constitution and embracing the
other bills, which became House roll
No. 2G2. on the general calendar, and
upon me tinai passage oi saui nm in
the House the vote stood as follows :
Total . 43
And yet this buncombe orator has
the effrontery to tell an intelligent
audience that in a senate and home
composed as follows.
A republican majority of one on
joint ballot, that after the anti-monopi
had voted almost tolidly against rail
road legislation the republican party i
to blame, and yet claim that he is not
a demagogue. Oh ! ye god, how braz
To Straight KeiiBbllran Voter
There is a movement on foot escort
ed by a few chronic "boltcra"' to
slaughter the Hon. J. L. Kaley. which
we think deserves the condemnation
of every loyal republican. These bolt
era are trying to make the trade with
the tlemocrata by telling them they
will support J. W. Deary if the demo
crats will support James Laird. ftNow
it is our candid opinion that a better
ticket from governor down to commis
sioner could not be placed before the
republican voters of this county, and
it should be quashed at once. No one
who heard J. L. Kaley's speech on the
night that Senator Manderson spoke
will doubt his ability to fill the office
for which he is nominated, and it is an
acknowledged fact that the Hon. Jos.
Laird will be returned to office by a
larger majority than he icceived two
years ago. There is not the least doubt
in our mind but that the renuMican
ticket will be elected by a big majority
throughout the entire state. These
chronic "bolters" who are a lot of sore
heads, are always ready to bolt on
some one he-caue they are not quali
fied to fill an office themselves, and be
grudge what is offered a gentleman
fully capable and qualified for ilia of
fice. We think that the legal voters
of this district are fully able and sane
enough to use their own judgment as
to how they will vote without listening
to the dictates of a few fcrank bolters.
Men who will bolt any ticket regardlts
of party should be spotted and sat
a small town in eastern Iowa, the
voting men of the place have formed a
club for the purpoae of obtaining each
member a gold watch at an expense
that is hardly felt by any of the mem
bers. Each member contributes one
dollar per week and then lot are
drxsrn and the one receiving the lucky
number i entitled to the watch and o
on in a like manner until all have re
ceived a watch. Now, L H Wallace, of
this city has made all the neccAsnry
arrangement to furnish watches at
even a much smaller expense and
without the fear of some dishonest per
son falling out of a club of this kind
and making a double expense, on the
remainder. He proposes to furnish
watches to all responsible parties at
payments of out dollar per vek and in
this manner saving ail the expen?e or
forming and maintaining such u club,
also parties do not have to wait their
turn which mav not be for px month.
Call on him and let him explain tliii
remarkable cheap manner of procur
ing time pieces. Yl -U
A Kun ob a Draj; Store.
Never was Mich a rush made on a
Drug Store as is now at Henry Cook's
for a trial bottle of Dr. King New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs and
colds. All persons affected with
asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness, severe
coughs or any affection of the throat
and lungs, can get a trial bottle of that
Kreat remedy free, by calling at above
drug store. 'Regular size $1.00.
Honest Tea is the Best Policy.
aem. kMm ra na v t-a jr'a rm i w
ww mulw iMmma jbl. JOHJA a
Unfix' CJIyccnne Salve.
The beit on earth can truly be aid
of Griggs' Glycerine Salve, which is a
sure cure for cuts, bruises, acalds,
burns, wounds, and all other sores.
Will positively cure pile, tetter and
all skin eruptions. Satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded. Only 25
cento. For sale by A. Lindley.
ftackteaa Aralea Salre.
The best naive in the Morld for cute
hniihes, sores, unlcers, salt rheum, fev
er sore.', tetter, chapped hands, chil
blains, corns, and all eruptions, and
positively cures piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give 'satis
faction, or money refunded. Price 25
ceuta per bottle. For sale by Henry
Dry Sootls, and Notions!
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES !
Groceries, Q,ueensware, &c.
EEDCIOUD - NEBRASKA
Free Delivery to of All Purl City.
THE jSTEW YORK
Grocery and Queenswae House
had a few cold
Total .-. 62
Independents - 2
On motion to take said bill up out of
its regular order in the senate, the
same being necessary in order to in
sure it passage, as the session was
drawing to a close, and it could not be
reached in its regular order, the rote
Ant - nonops 2
Whew, have not wo
B 0 Burt, of Wheatland, will rooii
receive another car load of thorougn
bred cattle and pigs.
John Burnett, of Red Cloud, will
build the new school house at Wheat
land this fall.
Cliarlev Lindgraw lost a fine horse
a few days ago.
A. Buthr and wife started to Iowa
A. Hoffman is building an addition
to his house.
The CJ A R'h have completed a nice
dwelling for Rev. IVf r. Brown.
J G Potter has just received the
finest lot of dry goods ever brought to
G W Boyd is very glad tn receive
his girl that he had given up for gone.
George be cool. Girls are plentiful.
Two professional marksmen went to
Silver Lake last week thick hunting.
They killed more than they could car
ry and came home empty. They are
going buck after them. Boys yon had
better sell your guns and quit hunting,
or there will be no ducks to lly.
Our blacksmith has all tho 'work he
cm do. Rustic.
Mr. UK t-Vrgaioii
Is now prepared to give lemons in em
broidery. Hhe teaches plush, araene,
sumach, and many other desirable
stitche. Trices reasonable. Residence
thrf-e doors south of A. J. Kenney's.
She also does stamping to order. 12-tf
Ik another column of to-day's
Cm kf we offer a handsome premium
to all new or old subscribers. It is
this: We have made arrangements
with tho Collage Hearth, a monthly mag
azine, one of the very bst household
peiiodicals published, by which we are
enabled to club it with The Chief, and
from this date on we will send it free
with Thk Chikf to all subscribers who
pay us $2 for one year's subscription.
Read our offer.
Largest and Best !
Assortment in the city
Prices, the Very
B. F. MIZER.
C. B. HOSFORD.
0. M. Y0U50.
Hosford & Young,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Highest Market Price Paid I
Regular term district court Webster
county. Nebraska, set for Oct. 21. 1884,
is hereby 'idjmirned to December 9,
1884, at 9 A. Si pursuant to petition of
att( rnev.-j of said county.
October 18, 18S4.
Wim.iam Gasi.ix. Jr. Judge.
Attest J. P. Baviia, Clerk. t2
TEST YOOB BAKMg POWDER TO-DAY!
Brandt MrertlMd a absolutely pur
Flaaa a aaa ton down on & hnt itim Mt kj
ramuva UiooTeraa4 small. A cfaemiat U1 at it t
aa o saiaci hi praacnoe oi ammonia.
A SPLENDID OFFER
'" ""d upecial arrangement with the publishers of the " Cottaoe
Hkartu " Boston, Mass., to club with their magaime this jear.
Tha Cottage Hearth it
Clothing Store Ml
State Bank Block, Red CI jud.
Overcoats for Men and Boys.
Suits for Men and Boys. .
Boots & Shoes
Woolen and other Shirts
Gloves and Mittens
Fur Caps and Hat3. &c.
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JL X AJL LV..3
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FIRST-CUSS ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE.
WEST 1. a VALE.
On senate file No. 149 a bill similar
to House roll 262 but originating in
the senate. The vote stood m the sen
ate on final passage.
" Quite a little war is being carried on
at Kivcrton between the tenierancc
people and the whieky men. At laBt
Bro. Burr of tho Enterprise has said
something that nuns the whishy guz
zlers. They threaten him with al'
sorts of things. Tbey say they will not
take his paper nor advertise therein.
They propose to starve him out. The
truth hurts, and if the Enterprise will
fire its weekly bombshell against
the saloons, large numbers of temper
ance people will come uptoitssunport
Let the light go on, and may the Enter
prise be the last to cry enough.
Parties and dance are getting quite
numerous of late. A certain" young
man is invited to three on the same
night. He is in a dilema. He would
like to meet all the fair ones but that
A surprise party this evening at
Ernest Moody's. Good time expected.
D S Groat had a stock sale last
THE C0HAGE HEARTH
Hm for Contributen,
Edwtrd Everett Hale,
Louise Chandler Moulton,
Abby Morton Diaz,
George MacDonald, LL.0.,
Hose Terry Cooke,
Frances L. Mace.
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I FINE I
I OFFER j
THE COTTAGE HEARTH
Hu Each Month
Two Pages Music,
Health and Temperance,
Latest Fancy Work,
Prize Puzzles for Young
The largest stock and bottom rriV:.
goods warranted ormoneyrnfima.nl iffon ,
upon examination to b. vt?? vx. As :
special inducement we oifer buyoJa u ciiAnt
to win $5, $10 or $20' in goods, .
T. 0. HACKER,
STAPLE AND FANCY
APPLICATION TO THIfc OFFICE.
READ OUR OFFER:
We will Kad "Tm Cottage Hka&th," FREE OF CHARGE, for oat
week. Hogs sold high, and everythin
elst brought fair prices.2
Corn picking is nil the rage and bids
fair for a heavy crop. Aukt Hope.
DOES XOT CONTAIN AMMONIA,
m UALTHmxcsa Kit NEVER bks ft-MTtoim.
In Ekllllom bona for gutter f B tmturj It ka
Wo4 tk contain!-' rlUM Utt.
THE TEST OF THE OVEN.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
Dr. Price's Special FlaTOrim Extracts,
Or. Prlot't LiipullR Ytatt ttni
For IJht, HJUiy BrM4, Tbi Bt Dry Bvy
TMt la tne Wurld.
For one year for $2.
This will be a rare chance to all who want
good reading matter. Come now.
Groceries 3 srczssnsLD's old :ia::o
orocencs. 3 Re(j CIoud . Nebraska,
Groceries. 5 choice Groceries,
Groceries, pi Provisions,
LIGHT HEALTHY BREAD
A iSuiil ................,....., 3
On motion to take bill up in the
House out of its regular order and put
it on its jjassage requiring a i vote.
The vote stood
Democrats ,. 4
All kinds of dress goods, embracing
silks, Matins, velvets, cashmeres, wool
half wool, cotton, calico, etc., at Mrs
Newrioue's. 1 1-tf
An endless vuriets of white and red
flanels at Mrs. Xewhouse's. 11-tf
A new lot of embroideries, laces, and
Jerseys, at Mrs. Xewhouses. 1 1-tf
The pride of Blue Hill flour is tak
ing the lead wherever introduced.
Gall at Bradbrook's studio and see
those large portraits he is making. 11-4
Ladies' hose and underwear at Mrs.
Xewhouse's in endless quantities, ll-tf
Wm. Letson has The pride of Blue
Yarns of all qualities and colors at
Mrs. Newhouse:s. ll-tf
If you are thinking of making vouj
fathei, mother, sister, brother, your
cousin or your aunt a Christmas pres
ent call at Eradbruok's gallery and set
for a large portrait. 1 l-4t
Do not wait to see who is elected
president for it takes time and sunlight
10 make those large portraits I am get
ting up. F. Bradbrook, the 4th avenue
Mas. Newhouse has- for tale Dr.
Warner's celebrated health cornet. Dr.
Schiller's corset, and the Duplex, ac
knowledged to be the best in the
Go to W. B. Pussell, one door north
ofMaryrtU's jewelry store to get the
the best flour lor the money, The pride
The bt dry ap yttt In tht wcrld. Brti
wlwd by thti ytst Is light, whlf and whole-
CHOCEIta SELL THKNk
rt4B BY TWt
Price Baking Powder Co.,
ImTrc d Dr. PiIm'j t?iclil FUTcriii Enrcca,
Qhlcaso, III. t. Louie
FINAL PROOF NO TICK.
Land Offlrc, RIooinlngton. Neb., Oct. 29, liM.
NOTICE IS UEJ8EHY GIVEN THAT THU
following named s-ettler has filed notice oi
his Intention tn make final proof in supiort
of his claim, and that said pruof will be m;ide
before clerk of court of Webster county, at Ked
Cloud. Neb. on Saturday. Decembr r 13. 2S84. lz:
On homestead entrv No. 9M0. for the m ! see' 2,
tp'2, north It 12 west. lie n:unec the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence up
on and cultivation of said Intnl. viz: Srerid Llnd-
uisr, ThomaH Andersou. Ole Haoseu, Sylvester
S. vi. Mw-rrzER. Register.
HAS OPENED UP A
And Boarding House,
ONE DOOR NORTH OP A. T. STILLKS NEW LUMBER YARD,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Firat-claes Boarding at Reasonable Rates
'Warm and Cold Meals at all hours.
Ample Accomodations for alL
I respectfully solicit the patronagre of my old customers and as many
new ones as wish good meals or lodingrs. Don't for the place.
ni- x ' v, luvjjiur;
wgars, c.t pj
Yotir patronage in r-pTtfnlly aolu. X Prnvicintl
ted. .ti,factton gunranfed. ,ul,'
NEW GROCERY STORE!
S. Y. LUBLOW,
Where will be found evrryihinx in the grocrv line, auch m
Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Sirups,
j?Tuits, Bacon, Mam, Dried Beef,
md Cractora, Tolaocm 0Kar.. Flo-ir. F.e-I, Gl. i.. (i,wn,!0.
Hoiinj; by fair dealin? tojrncnt a ihnrc of tho uubuc rtronr
'. Com and
WALKER & BRAKEFIELD,
IN FEATHERLEY'S BUILDING,
Opponito he Cliioigo Lumber Ynl.
fl. Brooks, all of Ked Cloud Neb.
The partnership heretofore existing between
Fred iX'L-iforrue and Jacob Sellers baa this oa
been disfiolveu hy mutual consent.
ltated at Ked Cloud. Ncn, Oct. 9. 1984.
. It Jacob Skli.b.h
Miss L. E. Stalker,
West Room otot ICaryatfs Jewel
ry 9orev Bd Cloud, Neb.
Pumps, Wind Mills , Well Tubing,
And Everything in our line. "When wanting anythingr In tho Pump or
Windmill line it win pay you to see us. Our Prices are the
Lowest and Work Guaranteed.
OFFICE On Third Avenue, Opposite Miner Bros Store, Red Cloud
Nebraska. Don't ftdl to see us before buying.
to 350 PER DAY
Can easily be mde wins
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yinoai nodn supfi xrm o 99 4J Xdta
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f fpooi jr so immm if ptjjf waoui
f it xfgMfa ;mimMKimm
Notice Li Ik reby pivi tlat I will Tjmlne all
pervm who may dr:re to offer theralTe as
candidate for teachers of the emunsoa cbooU
of U'ebvtrr county at iny oClce in Red Clocd on
the third Saturday of each month Kxawinatfcni
to commence at 9 a. m. Do nt ask for peclai
examlcatious. C W. UrutSGKx.
County saerinte&dent of public ln.trDctlcn.
F. M. HAMAKER,
KED CLOUD, NEB:
Will attend sale at all timet and
guarantees satisfaction. Order by
I mail or telegmph promptly aiindod
OLD RELIABLE VICTOR
Well Boring Rock Drilling Machinery
W mean it and ro preparcl to ilemon-tratc the fact. Tho well xnritJ sue.
c-. hljich ha. rrownei oareflort dunns the r.t fi(ti:vn vr and with
erceW for our mottn, e arc Monarch of n 1 , verr count'rv?n thi
world. Chir machinery ,a otfn.Uijtl.jr either Man.ro
and work, rvry rapidly They ranKc in (TOm
3 inch to 4 1-2 Feet in Diameter.
And mill borr and drflj to asy renulrrd d-pth. T?st win knn. pu, ...
an mm, or r.unh.utMnutJZ., JFIJ&J?11! te
boaWervTntlne aod eoorfcrx:e nt aitd raarle to5keflS w1 J iP'1! U,x
oaicUls. Tiary are ue alo m4 ciK-eltry u irci oy VmM: Qt jjjj,. t
Projecting for Conl, Gold, Silver, Coal Oil
And an klnd ot yilsfni. aad for iUx Arte-Uans we3 xa rU tWs. , u
v?ry. of a& kladC
Good live agents wanted in every coxmtrv in
in tlie world. Address, WMjr
Victor Well Angnr tind Machine Co.,
811 Pine St, St Louis, Missouri, U 3 A
Slat wkat papr jou sar thl in nZ-ly
to- rwffic box 73. 10-tr
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