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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1874)
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
jrormmuc and mal istati
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
WUIatfeuate the sale of School Boad. ke.
MTSpccial Agent for 8chool Farm
County Superintendent of PnUic In
ATTORNEY AT LAW;
V0TAB7 nrBLXC 1SAL ISTATI
RED CLOUD - - - - NEBRASKA
BsT'Homeeteadaaad Pre-emptieas secured.
flseeial attentioa grata to peaing Uim at a
CA8H PAID FOR COUNTY WABBAXTS.
LEE . ESTfcLL,
Attorney & Counselor at Law,
AHD SSAL ESTATE AGENT.
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA.
Will bur sad aell Real Estate on comuiutOB
aa4 pay Tax for Boa-reaidente.
awSpeeial attention'givcn to the location of
TJuder the act of June8tb, 1872.
Claim eonte'ted. and all manner of boa inecs
before the U.S Land Office attended to with
promptness and dispatch.
LOCAL AGENT'S B. ksL E. B. LANDS.
Immigration Agent &r Webster Co.
A. H. BOWEN. JAS. LAIRD.
BO WEN aV LAIRD,
Attorneys at Iaw
WssfWitl practice in all the Cpurts of
G. D. PROCTOR, - - - Proprietor,
The Traveling Public Will find this Hotel to
he first clasa in every respect
Bar-Carriage run a daily to Belvicere, thenear
oet Station on the .St. Joe it D. C. &. B-
a iii i i ii
Watchmaker & Jeweller
BSD CLOUD, WEBSTEB COUNTY, NEB
Particular attention given to Re
pairing Fine Watched and
I. W. TVLLE1S,
Seaidence One Vile East of Bei Cloud.
Dr. T. B. WILLIAMS,
Tenders his services to the Public and
will attend to all Professional calls.
Office at the Red Clond Drue Store.
F. P. REED,
Surveyor & Civil Engineer,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will promptly attend to all business en
trusted to his care. Corners
established, lines run, ko.
9tW City Civil Engineering a Specialty.
a ujv smith
Repairing done on short notice, in the
best style and at reasonable rates.
S. V. Ludlow '
Is bow prepared to do all kinds of work
The best of materials used, and all
Done on short notice and at reasonable
Shop in MeNrrr's Store.
atea. don Refer asKsiT
Red Cloud Mills.
Feed and Meal constantly on
Justom Work Warranted.
J. Q. POTTER & BRO.;
BSfi CLOUD, VIS.
W. E THORN.
Surveyor tf Webster Cowrty,
Will Broaaptly attead to all ealla.
OHera for work aurh left at Clark "a Jie
fa Ceart Homee. at Aad Clomd.
Poet Ogee addrew 'WaUa.WehatarOe3lah.
OB0I8Z 290L, Jtx, nOPtOBTOB,
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
C. L. MATHER,
THURSDAY. APIL 21874;,
Freaj all parte of the State aad eoantry ree
We do not read anoaynooa letter and cob
tDBBteatioaa. The aaaie and -xidrese of the wri
ter are ia all eaaet iadiepeBs bie, at a guaranty
ef rood faith.
The following from a correspondent to
the Stmte Journal i t-o aptly to the
point that we publish it entire. That
all the western counties ask, is tn be
fairly represented, and receive their
share of the State representation and a
candid hearing, on all points affecting
the common interest of the State, must
be apparent to every reasonable person.
While the western counties are daily
gaining in population and wealth, they
need, and expect to be beard. And we
tuust not "lay on our osm" and see the
eastern part outstrip u in the race, but
lot it be known thai we are a part and
parcel of the common-wealth, tax-payer
consequently entitled to representation,
according to the spirit of our father
That a Normal School should be open
cd and sujtainad in the Westers part of
the State, ii clearly apparent to every
one, whether he will admit the fact or
not. Keep moving gentlemen, and we
will at la&t gaiu what ia honestly our due:
That is a very narrow and unworthy
spirit, that seeks to benefit one part of a
State, or a community, at the expense
of auothcr part, or in opposition to any
other part. And it is for just this reason
that the western and newer countiei of'
the State oppose the grasping selfishness
aud ambition, not of the people, but of
the irujall politicians of Jtlie eastern part
of the State, who are seeking their own
aggrandizement at the expense of west
Some of the eastern papers, while they
cannot help conceding the tnuhfuluess
of our allegations and the justice of our
claims, have still met us with a spirit of
carpiug criticism ; as though our de
maud lor justice, and our determination
to maintain our rights, were the result
of personal aspirations aud ambitions.
We beg to asaure all such that they
are most egregiously mistaken, and utter
ly misconceive and misconstrue the spirit
oi me uewer counties, so lar from be
ing a personal squabble for preferment,
there- is a manifest and settled determin
ation everywhere among as to sink all
pergonal considerations for the public
While candidates for the various offi
ces are plentier than blackberries in Hie
river counties, aud are sending their cir
culars and rcachiug out their feelers,
even into the western counties and some
of them are perambulating the State, we
have heard only one or two western
names mentioned in connection with any
State or National position, and that only
incidentally. Rest assured that we are
aking ior public rights not pleading
for personal preferment.
Certain others affect to think that our
rights will be conceded without a strug
gle. We should be glad to. be able to
believe that. Rut, unfortunately, the
precedents of the'past, and the spirit of
thepiesentin certain , quarters, are not
such as to inspire faith.
When the present apportionment was
made, Otoe county was given four, and
Douglas teven; members six and a
"float" of the House, but it required
eighteen organized western counties to
get two members; and while Richardson
Nemaha, Otoe and Cass counties were
given a Senator each, and Douglas two
nix for five counties only one Senator
was given to tnirteen western counties,
including Saline and Gage. In fact ail
western Nebraska north and south of the
PJatte, was given but two Senators,
Douglas balancing us all. Unless there
isvory considerable penitence for that
conduct, there is little hope for volun
tary jubiico now. Now, of course, the
injustice is very much greater.
Again. The last legislature had three
University Regents to elect. There was
one member in all the west. The rest
were in the river comities. As there was
notb.ng else that could be given us, the
western press and men earnestly asked
at least one of the three, aud presented
an nnexe ptionable candidate. The east
ern press then, as now, cautioned us to
"be quiet!" there was no danger, it
said justice would be done us. Rut,
we got nothing. All the places were
gobbled up by the river counties.
And now, in this larcb, 1874, meet
ing of the State Superintendent of
Schools (who does not cetu to know of
the existence of western counties that
have thousands of people) with some of
the County Superintendent, nearly all
from the eastern counties, resolve against
additional Normal Schools 1 Of course
These are but samplo bricks straws
that show which way the east would
have the wind blow. Is it any wonder
that we cannot trust professions? that
we are not willing to "be quiet 1" and
above all not to take any measures to
protect ourpclve-t, wbea we have found
by such ?ackxperieocc that it is the only
means by which we can have protect ionl
It is quite possible that the sewer coun
ties will got heed the advice!-
Senator Gwyer of Omaha, is promi
nently mentioned as the coBuag Govern
or of Nebraska. -affrpemfeHr.
Rivkrton, Franklia Co., Neb.
March 25th, 1K7-1
Riverton begins to loom up, trad:: is
on the increase and business is fair and
getting better every day. Old Pcenk
Baird is about to erect a hotel at the ex
pease of $4,000. As we stepped out the
othr inoratBg aad looked about it ande
heart rejoice to behold the glorious
id stripes waving betwcea the
It Biade aWrhuk ef the day of yore,
Hwbkt ft Jucr.
The JUv. Hear Ward Beeefaer makes
this reply, ia the Ckrittian Union, to a
1"e7 Mje WBeiaer K MWictN t oaace:
ic w vncsea wbcb k is wiesea, ana it
is bc wicked whea it aot wiaked. Is its
mf it aas bo bbotw atorml aAaraeter tbaa
walking, wrestliag er rawiwr. Bad xmb
pany, untiBtery kear, erifidaaoea aaay
asake the exercise wahory ; goad cbbv
paay, wboIcsbbm BOr m heate ia
laeaces asajr bmbb k a vary treat
Walnut Creek, Webster Co., Neb.
March IG-h. 1874.
At a regular meeting the of Walaut
Grange, tbe following resofatioa waa
Baanimaa-ly adopted : Retthed, That
wo hereby tender to Bm. G. W. Knight
and lamily, our warmest exprrdona) of
sympathy and condolence in this their
deep affliction, and commend them to
the paternal care of Uim who " tempers
the wind to tbe shorn land.'
Riprfved, That a copy of this resolu
tion be forwarded to the Ret Cloud
Chiek for publication.
Thomas Vacuun, W. M.
R. B. Fulton, Sec
Buzzard's Olort, Neb.
March l!9th 18 4.
Editor CniEP: Pfenuis xae through
the columns ol your paper to give your
readers an account of what is tr inspiring
in this part of the (imuioral vineyard.
Spring has come at last, and farmers
are bu.-y plowing aud so wing-grain. The
unuaual amount of snow which has fell
and mdted upon the ground during the
winter, has left the coil in excellent con
dition for plantiug, and with a reasona
ble amount of care, an abundant harvest
may be anticipated. The Eltu Creek
Lyceum has closed for the season, to be
revived again upon the return of long
nights and -wintry days. It appears that
that short letter which I wrote for the
Immigration column in the Chiek, has
got me into business. I have received
letters from different parti of the East,
making enquiries about the country, eta
Now I wish to inform the icqaisitative
that I am no land speculator, neither
am I a land agent; but I am interested
as ever' citizen should be, in the setilirtg
and development of the country,. Con
sequently will cheerfully answer any
questions mat may be aadreed to me
by those who intend emmigrating to this
part of the State.
"Gentle Betse" says that I am in
search of a wife, taking the ladies alpha
betically, and recommends me to come
up that way. Hardly think it's worth
while, have got most through the alpha
bet, and met with indifferent success
and am almost discouraged. Oh ! for
one gleaming ray of hope I
From a late copy of the Congressional
Record we see that our able rcpresenta
live iu the House, Hon. Lorenzo Crouuse
keeps a ?harp lookout after the interests
of his constituents. It is annoying and
often digusting to hear how some East
ern men talk of western affairs, withmich
assumption of knowledge but with buch
dense ignorance. The discussion had
been running upon an amendment to the
homestead law, offered by Page of Cali
fornia, providiwg that all proof, in cases
of contest, might be taken before a judge
of a court of record in the county in
which the land is situated, and Eastern
men had been opposing the amendment,
showing utter ignorance of the needs ot
the homesteader, when Judge Crouuse,
in tho few words which follow, spoke the
sentiments of the whole western world,
fo far ns we know them :
"1 represent a State which is perhaps
as much intcrcstcd'as any other State in
this question, and I venture to .ay that
the amendment oi the gentleman from
California Mr. Paire) will meet the
hearty approbation of the settlers in that
estate. Anything which tends to obviate
the ex pen -e which now attends the tak
ing of proof in these cases, will, I say,
commend itself to our people ; and I ap
prehend that if there is anv difficulty
about the matter, we can easily so frame
this bill as to gmrd entirely against any
abuse of the privilege. The privilege of
taking tbe proof in this way will relieve
the settler of the great expense which
must attend his going, in many districts,
from one to two hundred miles to take
the proof, and in contested cases taking
bis witnesses with him. The amend
ment of the gentlemen iroin California
will tend to obviate the embarrassmeut
caused in this way. "-Columbus Journal.
A man's leg which hid been neatly
amputated by a locomotive at Newark,
"H. J., on last Monday, was earned by
the engine to Bristol, Peon., about ten
tnibs, and when the engineer discovered
the limb on the cowcatcher he kindly in
quired by telegraph all along the line
whether anybody bad missed a leg.
Newark then answered "ye," and the
leg was promptly returned. It was too
late, however, to be of any rervicc, for
the former owner was dead. But, then,
it was an exhibition of touching tender
ness on the part of the engineer who
took it off.
Love axu Business. With women
love is a ini-ino; with men, business is
a love. Idic does not mean that women
arc nrrrrriar? in love, or that men deal
in the -phit of love in their ordinary
buaii.e -s. It me ans that love is to women,
yet nu-ro than to men. an occupstion,ab
sorl'ii.g. that fills and uses much of life;
tba' to inrn, bu-i.ics fills and uses much
of their lire id mach the same way. A
Imuran lift U at present ordered, this
ajiortioiiuivnt of activities is unavoida
ble ami appropriate. nim.&'ttfie.uL.
Oil itttd Xfirfor April.
Zew to Oct Alg.
Ua n?t stop to ull stories in buisaess
Ii y '"- ha-e n place of basmes be found
Cti'.Tv vTifii w-mttd.
I Nn msn can get rich by fitting aroaad
sti'rrs and :isoonj.
Never " fool " in business matters
Have order, system, regularity and
Do not meddle with a bassiaess yoa
know not hfng of.
Strive to avoid harsh words aad per
sonalities. Do cat kick every stone ia the path.
More miles can be made ia a day by go
ing steadily ow thaa by stopping.
Pay as you go
A bmb of honor respects his word aa
bo does his bosd.
Help others whea yea can. bBtaerer
give what yoa ctnnotaibrd to siaipry
beeaase it is raeBieaabte.
.Learatosay ao. No aeeasnty of saaB
Bioaj it out dog fashioaed, kssi aw k
arnily aa4 respectably.
Use year braias rathet than taoseef
Leara to thiak aad act for yourself.
Keep ahead rather thaa aeaiad the
YoWBC BatB. cwt tkia tmt- aad If tBaaw
bersehy latkargwaaefM, kriawkwew. 1
The natioBtd freight road project is
still gaining ground. It was th-i princi
pal topic of discuoMcn at a convention
composed of delegates from Ohio, Mis
souri, Illinois. Kaasan and Colorado. ,at
SprBgf eld, Uiinobf March 11. Tbit
onfcation was, however, evidently
RaBipfthtd in the special interest of the
Kassa Pacific & Dsnver. It passed
resolutions favoring the fortieth parallel
as the main Itae. In Coogress the nation
al freight line project came up in tbe
Senate in coejnectioa with the proposed
bill to regulate neoiBierce betweeu State.
Whether Congreso will take active steps
in this matter during the present seasou,
remain, however exceedingly doubtful.
The tendency at present m againu aubi
die or appropriations for any dass of
Railroads. Unlee the projccturs manage
without national loan or a land grant,
they will, we fear, have to postpone the
undertaking. Omaha Bee.
In District Court in and for Webster
W. L. Stone, Plaintiff. )
H. S Kaiev,
James V . Alexander,
J. G. Sadler, and
A. J. Armstrong,
James W. Alexander and J. G. S id
dlcr, non-residej defenJcnts will take
notice that a petition has been tiled in
the above estitleeFaction. thabjet of
which is to obtain sati-fvetinn of a cer-
tain mortgage on lots one and two ( 1 and
2) in block twenty-ix (26). in Red Cloud
Web.ter Co., Neb., given by Henry
Kulcy, aud E izabeth Kilcy tn said J as.
W. Alexaudcr aid .1. G. Sadler, to .se
cure the payment of a prouii-ury note
named therein, plaintiff hein- the m
sijrneeof said note and mortgage, seeks
to deprive the several defcudeuta of any
estate or lien which they may have in
said premi-es. You will also take notice
that you are lepiired to answer ail
petition on or before the 13th day of
JonN K u II.LCOX.
n30 4t Attorney for Plaintiff.
The partner-hip heretofore oxisting
between Arm-trong & Mjrcm 15r.. va
dissolved tho I'Jth day of Feb , 1 74, by
mutual consent. All iudcbtfd to said
firm, on note or book account, arc hereby
notified to call and settle with A. J.
Armstrong he being authorized to settle
and collect all indebtedness to said firm.
A. J. AitJisTiioxo.
J. M. Maktin
8. P. Maktin.
Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.
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Msr. Jas. RrrrroB A Co.
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e bbk. Hxaeicchea. learaaaatiag a little Ital
iaa e atie wheat ap aahiaaj eyas betray thaleag
iags of ak heart.
m Laaa, Xwm Tark.
rer5eeawmreBja.aW etemi wtfl ha seat,
raeaataa. earaiihid. aad are-suid far rnaiL
Tha Aldiaa wtt. haraafter be eVuTaaMe ealy
5r mtmisatiea. Taarawill ta aaraiaaaiar
ah rata : aaab farsabaariatiaa aaaat aa saataa
tba aabtamsra sHraet. ar beaded ta aba laaal
ltaBl CBaaBVTaaajVMNr flM l"BaffltTt) SVsCB aaWaBB aWStalaK IS"
r Red Cltiid. Nebraska.
JOS. CJ; WARNER, - - - Proprietor.
Tbfc HniVl it eeHtrels Bew.hatios ba heiilt
he rict rMe. aad U fitted up with regard
COkTOIT A2TC COVVSyXXVCX.
BOARD BY THE DAY k WEEK
At reasonable rate.
A larre and eoamodira 6TOXE STABLE
hai just beca added to the premiaee.
Bar-Cod Barbrr in atttadaare at tho lie
Brewa It 5f teiailer,
Carpenter. & Buildert
Bel Cbod, Ysbn&a.
I preparrd to make entimatee aad take roa
tracu fur alt kinla of tuildin4. Z7-td
JOSEPH A. PEEKY,
TAX-PA Y1NG A GENT.
HUKZLZK CUT, Fraailia ftictj Vtb.
kat TftTT CZ& fi ! afVTK VS
j r ' ,4
I RED CLOUD.
DRUGS, STATIONERY, FINE
PURE WINES k LIQUORS,
And the timusin.l ninione things usually
kept in similar establishments oon-
stantiy on hand sml fur Hale
CHEAP rit CS1I.
Call and See.
MRS. II. F.LUTZ.
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco,
. OF ALL KINDS,
eflirFroh Laser Beer from " Antelope',"
Brewery, ennhtant'y on hand.
RED CLOUD, NKB.
NOW IS THE BEST TIME
The B. & M. R. R. LANDS
IN WEBSTER CO. NKB.
Are now iu market, and are offered at
low rata and o.f TK! TK.rs' time to
actual settlers, at rates varying from
$1.50 to $5,00 per acrt
With a liberal deduotioa for cash in
These lands arc among the best is
the Republican Valley, and are
UNSURPASSED FOR FERTILITY
aad beauty of Location.
RED CLOUD - - - NEB.,
LOCAL AQ2HT F01 WE3STZ2 COTOTT,
Will at all times be ready to give all
iaforaatioa iu regard to location of land,
terms of payment, 4a
TH f OLLOWJW XXTlACTf
From the Circulars of the B. k M. R.
R. Co., will in a measure, explain their
terms and the advaatages offered.
The purriiaser can pay cash, or di
vide tbe amount into three equal parts,
paying oae-third down, one-third ia owe
year, and one-third ia two years, with
reteres at ten per ceat aaaaally; or he
caa have ten ykard' time ia which to
make up tbe sum by aaaall aaoaal pay
Bseats at six per-ceaL iatrcst.
Most buy 8 this htter plaa of
TEN YEARS' CREDIT!
Ia whiea aaae the pTchater pays
at the outset ese year's interest at six
pcr-eeat- os the ariee. Ha aaket three
other payaseata, each of ix per
at the ooaaueaesaeat of the
third aad foarthyaars. At the
Bteat of the Ifth year, he pay owe
seveath of the pnadpal aad oae years
iatereet oa the reauiader, aad the saase
at tha coaiBieacatcat of eaeh sBSSssaiTe
year aatil all has bea paid at the cad
of tea years. Aay buyer caa pay ia faH
at aay bote aad gat awarraaty aed fraa
Bayers oa oar leaf aaa1
it of tea year?, are expected te settle
their lead at their eechaet
a MtaiaBpruvw aboattaraa taatasal
the laaa aeag at.
JawBetter tarsas have Barter feeea af
fared aad avabaaly arveewMW.
faTWa iaviu iiaaifin aad aary
A. CARBER & CO.
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Boots A ShoiMt
Hmte and Cmpm
And everytasac usually kept ia eauatry stores.
Give us a call, examine goods, iaquire prices, and be eoaviaeed that the Kasl
pltot to trad is AT HOMrl
NEVST STORE NEWSTOEfi
lOHX BIlXZi:N saV ViK
Take pleiwure in informing tbe citizens of Hed Cfoud, and rha Publis
that they nave opened out and have on hand a nw and complete etoek af
Staple $fr Fmncw Groe,triem
Of crcry name and turiety. ?cleetwl with pceial rrfrrvure to the waass ?
the I'eoplo of of th Republican Valley
CALL AND SEE OCR 9TOCK
We have, also, a tine Stock of
DRY COODs, Boots & fchoe
BEREXZEN a& V Red Cloiul, N.
JOHN G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform the PUBLIC thai he hat Jutt
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY COODS des GROCERIES,
Consisting ta part of
CALICOES, DARK, LIGHT . PINK,
CHAMBKKM. DKLAIXKri. LAWNS.
DRESS TRIMMINGS k LININGS.
CORSETS k SKIRTS. VAIUS k GLOVES.
TABLKLlNKNSATOlv'Kf' AND " "
PANTS, OVER ALLS k SHIRTINCJ.
BNIT fe MIIOEft, II ATM dk CI V,
COFFEE, SUGARS I TEAS of all Kindt,
Canned Fr.itt, Oytttrt and Crackers,
Chtwing and Smoking Tsbacets,
FLOUR. MEAL & BACON.
And everythiag usually kept in a Firat Class Dry Good k (srocery Store.
JOHUT O. POTTER,
Red Cloud, Nobratka.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
HEMP CXOtTD, - - - JEIilt.lStX,l.
Lime. Tarred Paper, Etc-
Aad every Article awaaNy kepi ia a First Class Laaiber FarL
aaPrka invariably Fr DoUan m advaaae of railroafj prieea.
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE ANY BILL THAT CAN SI 4101
AT JUNIATA OR HASTIXGS.
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