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ATitJKNEV at Law,
0?aT-?toLIC AD 22AL ES7A7J
Jtul Chid, NehraAa.
Will iKKPtiatetha!eof-Scfcool Uondf.-ic
CfiHnty..&iperintendfttt of Pnllic In-A
'." .id motion.
J. It WIIMXOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOTIS? PUBLIC k SIAL SSTATS
KKD CL9UD - - - - NEBRASKA
4WHomattcads ftatl Pre-emption aecorcd.
Special attention c Iren to paping Uxcs at a
CAHH PAID FOK COUNTY WARTtA'STS.
W. V. BICIIABDSON, J. A. TULLBVS.
Richardson & Tulleys,
B2AL ESTATE k 0XECra'w AGEITTS.
'Will buy and "ell Real Et te on Catuinurioa.
and ay taxe' for noo-reiJeuta.
Npeeial atte&tioo given to collections. Cor
tenbondonefrsollcited. AH letters of iniuiry,or
a out iotn wouplly answered.
LEE . ETKLL,
Attorney & tounselif at Law,
RKI) CLOUD NKB11ASKA.
Will boy and cll Heal &tnte on cntnsion
and iuy Taxei for non-reidentA.
43&pcial attcTit:onKircn to the location, of
tluder tTtc act of June Stb. 1S72.
ClaiinK contcted, and all manner of bosinc!'
before the U. S. Land Office attended to with
prompt! and dispatch.
LOCAL AGENT F0H S. &H. S. &. LANES.
' Immigration Agent f:r Ws:ter Co.
A. if. ijowen. j as. laird.
BO WEN Ml LAIR V,
Attorneys at Iaw
BBAL ESTATE AGENTS.
tSf Will practice in all the Courts of
jmniTl - - MEB8ASS1
ArfCHlitALB K. KINBT CAB,
NOTABY PUBLIC. XEAL ESTATE ASENT,
All butinefi strictly attended to and all cor
respondence promptly answered. Special at
t ntion riven to Davmectof tazei. CcillecLinnit
and Real Estate Practice.
JIIVER'tON. FRANKLIN CO.. NEB.
Attorneys at Law.
RED CLOUD. -.-. NEB.
O. D. PROCTOR. - - - Proprietor,
The Traveling Public Will find this Hotel to
be.fijrst clan in every retpeeU
a"Crriajrt roca-ftUy Yo lielvicere. tnar
eat Hution on the St. Joe' J: P. 0. K. TU
,, EH JOIE9, "
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
BID CLOUD, WXBSTXB COUNTY, 1TEB
MParlicnlar attention given to Re
pairing Fino Watches and
I. W. TULLEYS,
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
Office 3d door South of Court House.
Bet&tne One Mile Xast of Bei Clout
Or. T. B. WILLIAMS,
Fn ntily Physician,
Tenders his services to the Public and
will attend to all Professional calls.
Oftce at the Red Clond Drug Store.
LITER! A FKED
J. 0. POST, Prtprietor.
Uavinar fitted up a largo Stable i prepared
at all tinea to furnkh room and feed for teams.
Lirary rica on short notice.
SUtlt Wast of tie Valley Erase,
S. V. Ludlow
mmmil ta in ati lriidi of work
TW Wat of materials wed, and all
Dowc ahoct'jf tite aid at reasonable
FtMl aN Mtl ctMtaatlY ta
tim m mwucat ctmi a lns.
" J. Q. POTTER.
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MvVwjfar wv wapppw iiWiviyt
WWnaitiy aitoai to aOcaH.
. llaiiwarkaaarWUH atCUrk eaU
ta Cawt Ihu, at B4 Cte4.
Pm OatoMma Walk, WeWtv Co.. Nb
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THURSDAY. JUNB25 1S74.
From all parU f the State and country re
pectinlljr Mlicited .
We do not read anonymon". Uttw arcl com
nonicationv. The name and JnUres of the wri
ter are in nil casei indirpenrabU', a- a gUTnty
of eovil iaitb.
The Falln Oity Journal is laboritit;
under a niinjiprehotiMon of facts con
cerning the tneeting of the Republican
J?tatc Kxrcutive Committee lately held
in Omaha, and after charging several
unheard of things, asks why Judge Ful
ton, pf Richardson county, had no offi
cial notice of the meeting.
For the information of the Journal,
as welt as all others who arc not ported,
I we will t-ay that a Central Committee is
chu&'n at each Sute Convention, to hold
it; life until another convention meets.
In this State said committer has gener
ally consisted of one member from each
Senatorial District, or thirteen in all.
At the last State Convention, however,
two dibtrictB equated in the West part
of the State were each allowed one extra
incisb, fat. reajpns themmd.there con:
bidered sufficiem. , After the election of
u central committee in open convention
that committee elect five of its own
members to form an Executive commit
tee, the duties of which are not of eo
general a nature as the central cotiiniii
lee. The meeting in question was
called by Mr. Johnson, Chairman of the
central committee, not by MujorCaftrey.
The notice was published in the usual
form, and the date right as far as we
saw. Wc were present at the meeting
as a spectator and know of our own per
sonal knowledge that no attempt was
made to apportion the representation of
the State, nor to fix the time of holding
the State Convention. Before the'incet
ing was called to orders and-after" ad
journment both these questions were
freely discussed by all persons who choe
For the benefit of those who think
they sec "wool in the fence" we will
atate that there was nothing daid or done
at that meeting which tended in the re
motest degree to show any attempt to
dictate to the party, or to put up any
"jobs" of any nature. It was purely a
business meeting that could have been
held in any public place, as far as the
transactionsare concerned. We have no
doubt that when Judge Fulton knows
all tie circumstances ho will have a dif
ferent fee1irfgabout tho matter,
The Fairburf Gazette ha very kindly
furnished us the information we desired
as ta who compose the Senatorial and
Representative District committees, and
The former consists of A. D. Rust of
Adams county- CwC.-Boyle, 4Jcfferon,
J. T. Hendewhot, Thayer, M. K. Skin
ner, York. Isaac (Joodin, Saline, W. II.
Gaylond. Fillmore, C. B. Palmer. Oage,
L. S. Estelle, Webster, W. D. Young,
Hamilton. I-. B.Thompson, James, R.
Buck. Red Willow, C. Kruthers, Har
lan, J. Lucas, KcarnOy, J. W. Cue,
Nuckolls; W. R. GaylorJ being chair
man. The Reprcscntatsvo Committee nre J.
B. Skinner. Thayer, W. E. Jackson,
Webster. J. Y. Byers, JefTcrson,- and
T. B. Glen of Nuckolls.
The Brownvillc Advertiser of last
week has a long and somewhat bitter ar
ticle concerning our neighbor, Prof.
Williams, of the Lowell Register. He
is charged with trying to engender a
sectional feeling between the Eastern
and Western portions of the Stata.
Wo know that Prof. Williams is an
ablo and energetic worker fur the inter
ests of the entire Slate, and especially
so for the locality or section in which he
lives and moves. lie has the "nerve"
to epeak "right out" and ability to back
it up, and if you have any more of those
kind of men to spare from Nemaha
county send them out this way where
talent is appreciated. With regard to
tho Professor's political aspirations wc
have no official record, but nre speaking
only as to his general usefulness as an
editor and citizen.
The apportionment of the State school
fund for 1S74 has beeu published by
Supt McKcnzie, and shows the rate per
scholar to b 1.47,51. ILdcr this
Vebter county is entitled to $1077,4f.
Nebraska may well be proud of her edu
catioBal facilities, as there is about three
times as melrriiclroJlrr as iu the
othar western States. Another reason
waj peepk shoald come to our State.
Red Cloud, June 13th, 1S74.
The first County Sabbath School Con-
veatioB of Webster county met at the
School Home on Friday evening June
12th, and was organized by electing Rev.
A. Well Chairman, and C. W. Springer
After appropriate devotional exercises
Rer. A Maxwell addressed the Conven
tion on the object of the meeting, which
he stated, is brief, to be acquaintance,
sociability and interchange of thought in
advancing the Sabbath School cause.
la aaswer to the question: "How
can we ?cure a better attendance in our
Sabbath Schools?" the Chairman said
that there mst bo a live Superintend-
eat, that there should be properly se-
lected Ifaoa ; that there i enough in j
the words of Jesus from Jordan to Cal
vary to make leatoas for a score of vcar&
Other epeakira iuggested missionary
work, regakraUeadauce of teachers, Jtc,
The topic "taaehers dutiw" was dis
eoawd wyBta. J -B. Potter, J. Q.
Potter, Spriager, Welk aad Kit k wood.
Tka teaohar aao14 be faayHar with the
iasfoa, adopt it ta the cfmtj of the
scholar, ufcver let it appear tftat ha i
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j AititUAr a. m. -.jwiifii by prayer
land Pingim:, when the topic hat
arc the beat methods of presenting les
sens to a Sabbath School class?" wa
discussed by Itev. Kciliy and others.
The teacher should take sotue object a?
the ba-e of thought and adapt it to tho
class; study to he .-lujple and make le.
Topic, Sabbath School hmmo, dis-
cu..-ed hv Rro. J. B. Potter and other.-.
Music .-hould be adapted to the circum -
ftanee.-and mind. It ha- a power but
its'exciting influence should not overbal -
ance the meiit of the sentiment eon-
tained in the .-ong.
Topic, denominational teaching, by
lUv. Maxwell, II. S. Kalcy, C. W.
Kaley and :her?, developed the idea
that sectarian technicalities should not
be taught iu Uuipn schoels.
Reports were made verbally from
about, fifteen .-chools in the county, many
of them being live active schools.
Aiteiinoon. Devotional excrci.-e-
led bv Rev. Reillev. Children's meet -
ing addrcucd by Bro. A. L. Rurton,
Mr-. A. Maxwell, Mrs. J. Q. Potter and
others, on the subject of faith aud lovo
for the Savior.
The Convention voted to organizca
permanent sneiety, and the present otli-
cer.- were authorheil to act until the
next meeting, which
i will be held at Red
2;:d. A committee
Cloud Oct. LlM and
of six vvere appointed to prepare a pro
gramme and draft a constitution aud "by
laws for the Convention.
Brethren A. M. Hardy, L. E. Luce,
Moses Mapcs, John Leach. William
son and J. J. Jones, were appointed.
J. Q. Potter was elected corresponding
Secretary for the Convention.
Question drawer was opened and
many question? were answered in a very
interesting aud iustiuctivc manner.
Saturday evening a meeting was held
which was uddre-sed by Rev. Wells,
Maxwell, J. Q. Potter, J. B. Potter and
others, but space forbids even a synopsis
of the many valuable suggestion? of this
and other mectiugs of the Convention.
A new zeal was inspired in the Sabbath
School cause, and we hope it will not be
without a telling effect upon our own
Minutes condensed for publication by
FOURTH OF JULY!
CSLEBSATICl OF THE 98TE AIT17IVS3
SA3Y 0? AUSSZCA27 HTSE?E1TO22:C2
AT SED CLOUD.
P R 0 0 R A M M E :
Sunuisk ; National Salute.
1 1 a. .M. Music.
Prayer by Rev. A. Maxwell.
11:20. Reading of Declaration of In
dependence by F. N. Richardson.
Oration by Rev. R. n. Crane of Ju
niata. 12:.",0 l M. Dinner.
Toasts and responses.
The (1 ranges and Good Templars of
the county will appear in full regalia.
Ample arrangements will be made by
the citizens to mako this celebration a
Come one 1 Come everybody ! !
John Q. Putter,
President for the day.
David Lutz, Marshal.
It V. Swift 'I
C. W. SlMlIXOKR,
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I vst'iiiiiill tl.1; I'll
J'!. T. I-EAI'.N,
Crops very fine.
G. W. Thompson, one and a-half-!
miles west of Riverton, is burning lime
of superior quality, and has a large
amount on hand for sale.
The Mill is up and enclosed, and o" !
the Fourth there will be a big dance
held in the building. The floor is large
enough to hold teu sets.
LohtTis selling any amount of goods
doing a big trade.
Dr. Weston has laid the foundation
and will erect a building to be Used as a
As announced in another place,
there will be no issue next week, owing
to the change of programme. For the
year past we have bcuu u.-?ng "Chicago
outside" but have concluded to drop
that stjle and print the entire sheet at
home. The distance from the Express
oftlcc and difficulty of getting paper just
tho-risht-timo, i-one reason why-we
oiqKu una cuange. inu issue oi iuis
week is f wrong date and number, or.
the outside, and should have been i-sue"d
.'at week, but failed to arrive iu time.
duch things nre vcxatiou to us ard an-
tKi ing to subscribers. We have to ask i
the forbtaraucc of our patrons, some oft
whom know the trials attending every i
enterprise in a new country. In the
year to come we propose to make The
Chief tho largest and best newspaper of
tho Republican Valley.
JiDITOR LIIIET: As til
there is uo event in our naj
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the anniversary of the dawn
as a nation, and as the year
Mes, the point on the whed
with the Declaration of the
ence of those united and hapji
must naturally send a thrill of
feeling of thanks to the heart
lover of true liberty, towards thi
anseen cause, which prompted ot
ers to Uy dowa ther lives, that
Toao people in this great rep
should the fourth of Jaly be t win
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jf ut. u-vih r tt-. -. nf-, so-
du.triou, peaceful, harmony, worfc'rtc
for the common weak are coturtttatud
together, men of every civilized nation
of the world, rrpre-Mjntatives of eoun-
irics ruh.it by the eure of monarchy ;
that cur?c that (Jeorge III, filled to
. plant on he free oil of America, and
here they found homes under the shelter
j rf thr.t g!rious emblem, made aired
; by the biood of a million martyr" ; the
. .-tarry tlu that fir-; rai-ed it.- hea;i on
I the f'jurth of July, the anniver-ary ofj
' which we in a few day.- will be called to j
; celenrate ; degenerate indcd would we
j fe, were we to overlook thoe thiiiics
' unworthy ofitprinir of honored .-ire-,
j and callou- hearted fathers to the ri-ing
! young, if we leave no le-on behind us
! for them to be guided by, that they rnnyT
be guided by, that they may know that
the beiie-tito they in their day will enjoy,
has been secured them, on the fourth of
I July, by men who waded the red sot of
tear, through their re.-is ance to a tyrant
prince. And that it was the security of
a . 1 - t
! the government, by thoie men v-tabli-h.
ed, that gavu them homes in the Re
publican valley, a well as those living
wherever the stats and stripes have cvu-
tr0,f . 'aVw -
Bearing tflR eim-hleraltonou mind.
Hie people ot Jvivcrton xeei it a uutv m
cuiubent .n them, to keep afJoat in the
current of pa-sing events, and celebrate
: the fourth of July 1-71. In ll.i, they
have made a very creditable showing,
all things considered." but the additional
experiences of one year,' the incroa-e iu
population, accommodatiutis aud mean-,
together with an ciHcicnt working com
miUee, cannot fail to make the whole u
grand success. All are welcome fo come
and enjoy themeIvos.
Before closing this letter, allow me, a
Sccretary of the committee on celebra
tion of this town, to contradict any state
ment that uiay bo made by tho leaders
of the celebration at Franklin, to the
effect that Riverton made a compromise
with them, to hold a celebration togeth
er. The only compromise which the
' committee at Riverton has made, was to
jextend an invitation to the people of
Franklin to come and join them in cele
brating the Fourth, and upon this
ground they intend to stand. Let it be
distinctly understood, that Riverton will
hold it.- own celebration, and that no
impediment that parties may throw
in the way of her so doing, will be eu
tertaiued, let tho offers be ever so plaus
ible. At the same time, all persons
who will come will be made highly wel
come. O'Sn. i.ivan.
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Notice is hcrebv given that sealed
proposal- will be received by the under
signed, for the building of a School
lloue. in School District No. 'J.T, Web
.tor county, Nebraska, in accordance
wilh the following specification;;: The
. building to be f r:uie, , 20 feet in width,
:;0 feet in lemrth. with 10 feet posts
.-tone foundation, with substantial piers
in center foundation, foundation to le
ten iuchesabove ground at highest place
and eight in dies below the surface, and
Is: ihehe- thick. Rids to be opened on
Monday, June 'JOth, I7J. The light
to reject any or all bids i reserved. All
ui'iterial will be furnished by the district
and delivered on the ground. Bids to
be directed to School Board of District
No. 27. lied Cloud, Web-tor County,
Nebraska. There is to be two coat- of
paint on the house.
R. L. TiNKEit. Director.
Robert Hicks, .Moderator.
Martin Pcimca, Trea-urer.
Juno 17th, ls74. 2w-$.;oo.
D. W. DALTQM, - - - Pron.
1 hi hall i l I!tly L-e: fitv I ci. wi'h t'iblw
tf the hvt tmntifofii.rp.
Choice Winci. Li'iuors ami Cuai? nt the bar,
Corner 1st Street and Hastings Avenue.
Keejw n hatil at all tirn&s the l.ct Lviuor?,
Wine and IJrer.
Krerytlun? uf tbj beit qanlitT the mnrkct
T. R. L5E,
HastinQf, - - - Nebraska.
Tin ctab'j-hri:fnt ha jnt Wn fitted uiIn
trxid tlje and U jan tho hlace t enjoy a Kama
The best ap(lic at the lur. 1'J-Cui
SMITH & CALVERT,
Have just received and offer for sale a
larce assortment of FurniturjaanMwT1
-elated with sojjfmtmncf to the
wautotlfajae7consisting in part of
CHAIRS, TABLES, BUREAUS,
At Pne th'tt Omnol be BmU
UNDERTAKING A JsTECIALTT.
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Red Cloud. Nebraska.
j ' OS. C. WARNER. - - - Proprietor,
i ThU Hotel i entirely now. burins ben built
' J pr-t -eawn. and " nttr.lupith rcW4
BOARD BY THE DAY & WEEK
At reasonable rate.
A larjct. and cummoji' u. X1I STABLE
liu ju-t been adi'wi to th prrmbm.
tiood l!r'eT in ttrudncr nt the 15ou-
We wish to inform the citizens of Red
Cloud that we have a new stock of goods
i which we offer at O ranger prices.
OILS. VANISHES, ,
Ako a choice lot of
.TEAS, and TOBACCOES,
PURE WINES and LIQUORS,
I-'"Spccial attention given to Dispens-
l ing of Medicines aud Prescriptions.
Dvjij Competitio t in
Quality and in I'rice
It r own & Mac umber,
Carpenters & Builders
Bed Cloud, ITefcrcka.
Ii" ireiarcd to intiVe ivtirantrs uad take eon
tracts fur all kindi of buildiiiK'. 7-td
JOSEPH X. PEERV,
TAX-PA yXG AG EXT.
TWKSSOS CIT7, Fraaklln CoustTjTeb.
TIICODORK Y RARiEfir.
Attorney ,at Law. ,
fllrr Xorlli wrl turner l A lllh Ml.
13 A X K E U S,
AND DE.VI.EUS IN
HAST1NOS. - - - NEB.
I'minpt tt!itl.in ct-en to Collctifirn. ircCra
NOW IS THE BEST TIME
Tho B & K. R. R. LANDS
IN WEIJSTKR CO NKB.
Are now in niirk!, and are offered at
low rates and ON TEN VEAUS' TIME to
actual settlor.', at rates varying from
Hl.3 to $5,00 per acre
With a liberal deduction for cash in
Thec lands arc among the bent in
the Republican Valley, and are
UNSURPASSED FOR FERTILITY
and beauty of Location.
RED CLOUD - - - NEB.,
LOCAL AG2XT F03 TZZZ'ZZ CS7V77,
Will at all times be ready to give all
information in regard to location of lad,
terms of payment, &c
732 F0LL0TO5 SZ71AS73
From the Circulars of the B. & M. R.
IL Co., will in a measure, explain their
terms and the advantages offered.
The purchaser can pay cash, crdi-
vide the amount into thraa
ia ftww jcata, wkk
latere at tea war aaai. aawaaJhr. m m
caa have teji tiam fmtm whiah la
aaakc ap the ssai ay aaaal aaawa
WMats aft atx aer-aawt iaUreat.
Most bay w thai httar alaa af
la wlHck aeaa
at the owlaet awa yaar'a iaaaaaat at aix
per-eeat- aa the priaa. B
other parawata, aaak affix far
third aa4 foarah yaarm. At tb
aaeai af Ike fifth jraar, a tf
Mreatk af tie
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DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Boots A Shoes,
Hats auid Caps.
And everything usually kept tu country store...
Give u a call, exsmini goods, inquire prici, ajid h eoavmteti'that thfr ba
place to trade is AT UOMK.
Take pleasure in informing the citircn of Red Cloud, and the Public
that they have opened out ami have on hand a now and oompluto etock.of -
Staple 4? Fancy Grocer ten
Of every name and variety, selected with social n-fere nee to tha waaU 9f
the People of of tho Republican Valley.
CAM. AND SEE OUR STOCK
Wc hare, also, a Mac Stock of
DRY GOODs. doots & fchoe
J. a potter
Takes this method to Inform the PUBLIC that they havaJaat
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
ContUting m jwrt of - - .. w
CALICOES. DARK, LIGHT A PINK. 't
CHA.MBKKS. DKLAINKM. LAWNS, -
DRESS TRIMMINGS A LININGS.
CORSETS A SKIRTS. VAILS A GLOVES.
RLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED Mlb'LINrJ
TABLE LINENS. ATOWKLINU.
PANTS, OVER-ALLS A SHIRTING.
BOOTH aft MIIOEK, HATIH at CAPM.
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 Cla Dry Good A Grocery Stoir. ..
J. G Potter,
Red Clcud Nebraska.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
It Hit CLOUD, .VEUR&SKii.
PINE LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES
. Doora. Blind.
. Baah. Moulding .
Lime. Tarred Papery
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