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3im1 ilat ? lite not in ihe future, lot
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ED CLWfJ CHIEF,
IrtJtZJSirXTj WEEKLY AT
d Woud, Nebraska.
; kM, mIiim mtvwti it wJ to mlc
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, SATURDAY, JULY, 23 IS7I.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IT JTOUC AtfD SEAL ESTATE
-'d' Cloud. Nebraska.
Will ntcotiato tht n1 nrRrrilinl Ttr.n.l. Ac.
-XjSjfc, Superintendent of Public In-
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
il? oid nrc-mi'lioii? tfiiiod. j
t ..;. . . ?.: . . ... ..
rtolqUi'Ulion kim-ii to jiaiiinc tasci at a
- rA5lIIAIDKonCOlTKTY WAH'AXTS.
KICilARDrfON, .7. A. TUL1.KYS.
Richardson & Tulleys,
?? t UAL Z5f ATS COL'CTIHG A9SSTS.
Wlibny ami fell HiiilJ2jiUt nn Ciiiinni-
H'iran'l )"taxe for tion-n-H.dciits.
-n, Sprciitl attention uiven to colloctioiii'. Cor-
T'T Tpiiond' ncc yolicUcl. AH iPttrMoi wiuiry.
jHcBDCIiUUI). - - - - NKH-
Ir-rtn hiitainr.ri iiriitii nt I V ntinwerijU.
tAtt'y & Counselor at Law,
AWD n3AL SSTATE AGS1IT.
'RED CLOUD-.- - NEBRASKA.
K, Uill buy mid m-U it'M Ctn? on coiiicii'sion
V .. I .... "1imt fnr iifinriillf,ntfi.
t! -nrcial nllcution tCw'ii to tlic location of
V SOLDIERS? CLAIMS
UuJcr the net of June l.i. 1S72
CTniuiH rontrMcd.AJi'l "" manner f bininf
lipfor l!io U. tf I.itnd P2ico uttended U) with
If feS A02CT FOR S. & 31. n. R. LA1TDS .
' -Imaicration Agoatfcr Webster Co.
J AS. LAIItD.
!ns at Law
KKAI- ESTATB AGENTS.
jafir Will practice in all the Cmirh of
CTIATA - - - KSBBASiuk
G. D. PUOCTOK.
TK.Trav.V.nc I'ul.Hr Will find th.s Hotel to J
"-" . ., 1.. r rt-tlC2l
-Carrlac rani Jj.H to l-gr t li ,
-.-JT -;t.,inti m the st. Joe-V 1- -
13. H- JOXK8
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
W jKRSD CL0TO,"VSSSTSS 0CTOT7, NEB
li- e"P--t?-ar ntntion given to We-
paiiiug Fine Watches and
DrT'T. B. WILLIAMS,
Jri".1raiinv;ti!i'S.;,DdjCobbJ Karqubtt & Woore,
) Ofiice at the Hed Cloud DntB -tore
J. D. POST, Proprietor.
U.Tinefittrdtir Ttr Stable i rrepatvd
tmll times to furnish room ndlcdfor team.
Livery rice en short notice.
SUblt Wert cf the Valley Sssse,
Ifflss S. A. Munselly
VTould rwpciitfulli- inform the 1-adtes of Red
Cloud and ricinitr that she i rre
paredtc fjtccute order Oir
PLAIN SEWING of all Kinds.
On hand aad for ude a fine aortraent of
- LADIES HATS, &c
Hits S. AMUNSELL,
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
JOS.'C. WAUNEU, - - Proprietor.
Thic Holrl j entirely new. having been
liuilt tlin rc!ent5eaoB. actl i fitted up with
COLTOBT A1TD COlTVEiTISlTCB.
HOARD BY THE DAY k WEEK
At reasonable rates.
A large and commodious feTONE. STA
BLE ha juetbeen UdcJ to the prcinwes.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
(itxMl .St!ill 1h 'oMcellou Willi 111
Thift hotel hwbi'.n mittcd an-i n furnitlu'd
throuKbout. O.iimnTcial .M a. ltailioad JUn
mil all parUV viMtiiiB IUd L'oud. will uu
amile acroiuJuoOationi1 nt tin lluttfl.
GESR3S SUCK, Jan., - PROrSISTOS,
Gjvd Accommodations, Livwu and
Itrou'ii &, :uuiMber,
Carpenters & Builders
Red Cloud, NctrMfca.
I ir'r-d to maVi' r-limalcs a'l NilvO
Coittracis for all Hinds ifbuildniK. -' til
il,v Meat Market .
FRED D. HUMMEL,
Has ju-t opened a Meat Maiket on
Webster Street, next door south of
Park'.- Shoe Shop where he will keep
and jcll freeh meats of all kinds.
lUGHEST MAKKICT I'HICE PAID
0K BKEKCJA'JTLK. HOGS.
Red Cloud, -
All kind of r:-irinBdoneon hort notioc
and rcaoimblr u m. S'.ifci. Stand". 1 .ible".
Cb.iM. etc, inile!i nlrr.
frhop I loor Wcl ur.llj-.XIii'w More.
11 AS L TIBLLLK,
CARPENTER & BUILDER, j
Would imi. rifnlh liifurin the ritirrn-i of f
Uc 1 Cloud and icinity tn.it ne if prricri o
' do all kindiiitf work in hi line on hort no-
lice and roacoiiNblo.tcniih. Satisfaction guar-
I anli'cd. , , .
Orderfmay be left with Geo. Zci at his
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plan. of biifiiic.M.
Red Cloud, - - - - llebraska.
D. W. DALTON, - - - Prop. (
Thi- bull h w Intclr bceai Ud up with ta- I
blc- et the b'st niiuufHc'i.' j
Choice Vmt-.l.iminr 1 riirn at the bir I
ItlLLIASSU PARLOR, j
I a rC L.ET EL)
HaSt'mnS, - - - Nebraska.
Thi- c-tablihiucnt his o:-: bfen fitted up
in pood Jtvlv. nd ii jutt tho place to enjoy
a khiuo of JlillMrd'.
The bot supplies uttho bar. l''m
Oncofu will be in attndinee at csch
tcnu of the District Court- of the Yral
c-.iuntirt in the Republican Valley. '- 1
WORSWICK & CO.
ASP UE.VI.EnS IK
HASTINGS, - - - NEB.
Ptompt nttention given to Collections. 46-6
Vould resrx-ctfully inform the people of
Red Cloud and ioin:ty that he if prepared
to do all Winds of work in his line, onak rt
I notice and reasonable terms.
A 3::d Tit is Soara-tesi, adail Wcri
Shop, west of Bcrenren & Co's. Store
H C. WEBER,
VTonM announee to the people of Fed
Cload and vicinity that he i prepared to do
all kinds ot Ma-oa work oa tiort otiee and
reasonable terras. All omen mar be left at
this office or a hi' re-idenee four tail e J north
east of It.- Ooaa. ce .2.. tcva 1, raa 10
west. . 1
THE ONLY PAPER IN
Is a Weekly Newspaper, published at
lied Cloud, Webster County, Ne
braska, and is devoted to the Inter
ests of Webitcr County, and
SOUTU WEST N EliKASKA.
Special attention will be given to
all Home and Local matters. Every
thing of lonl or general interest
transpiring in this and adjoining
counties, will be accurately reported
at the earliest po-siblo date.
During the coming political cam
paign Tiik Chief will support and
labor for the success of theliepublican
The interests of Immigration will be
j i00ked after, and the publisher desires
! the co-operations of all who desire to
see Southwest Nebraska settled with
live aid enterprising pioneers.
' this end furnish accounts of the re
sources and capabilities of the soil, the
bc-t location- still vacant, and, in tact,
everything, that will tend to iuducc
A portiou of our column will be de
voted to entertaining and miscellan
eous matter for family reading.
All who are interested in having a
j wide-awake, lively, local sewspaper
published in the Republican Valley
are invited to examine The CmiF
and become subscribers.
C, Ia MATHER,
Editor & Proprietor
Until Jately the whole connjr was
concratulatinc itself over the gpfe8dt4.tferefcer '.abaolate strength of brain or ,
crop prospect. For yMralho cnsm .
had never started out so universally
favorable to farmers as Ihe present
But the freaks of the weather during
the past three weeks have pretty moch
dispelled the flittfrinf: illusiqia, and
it now looks a though this year will
be marked by a black, rather than a
From New York to the Mississippi
river eovere drouth prevails over al
most tho entire country, and grain ana
grass is rapidly drying up. When rain
visits a locality, it comes with hail
i and hurricanes, and completes rather
thau palliates the devastation begun
by the too. ardent rays of the wo.
Fanners fhould not haen to contract
' their crops at any fixed price, for the
hiniliuR promises of June arc not bc
iiiR generally fulfilled, and there may
be a htringeney developed after har
vest that i- evon now carcely dreamed
of. "Go slow," i. perhaps tho best
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aUVlCe VU Call JIC UUI UglHimuiai
readers ' J
lu Kansas the die is cW. so fir a
wheat is concerned, and between the
chinch buc ami the dry weather, the
papers admit that the crop has hither
to been considerably over estimated.
In Minnesota the grasshoppers have
devastated several counties, eating
clean as they went. Nebraska, we
fear will to some extent share in the
general dieappoinlment, thmifh we
believe her pro-pects are still brighter
than those of her neighbor. The
-form of Wednesday night ha up to
the prcseut writing not been sufficient
ly heard from to mako it po ible to
estimate with any degree of accuracy inquiry iuto their causes what pro
thc entire damage, but we know duecd them, and so will produce them
enough of the extent of the course in
thi-s county to ay that Lancaster was
$100,000 poorer yesterday morning,
if we do not take into consideration
the benefit derived from the ram when
it come unaccompanied with hail and
high wind. It is very po ible, how
ever, indeed very probable, that in the
aggregate we were benefitted moic
than wc were damaged. We trust
that our sister counties e-caped un
hurt and got the rain, for it was need
ed very much for corn and potatoes.
Our wheat has been made considera
bly lighter by the sun and south wind
of the pa-t seven or eight days, as it
caught the giain in thu Tiiilk and
ripened it too rapidly.
On the whole, we expect to see the
market open firm after harvest, with
no prospect of an immediate decline.
ytbriska State .luurmd, July 17.
The imporiane of home manufac
tures in the West is thus di-cu-sed by
the Toledo Blade, in terms applicable
to all parts of the conntry :
"The pcojde of the West would be
j better off and more prosperous to-day
witn a iiiucii ie-.s numner 01 acres cul
tivated and a larger amount of manu
facturing in their midst. This every
onu must admit. If one man has not
the means to start an enterprise of this
character, let a combination of men
furnish the capital. By all means, let
the prnp'e "fthc W et adopt a course
which will not leave them -0 depend
ent on the Ea-t for the sale of their
surplus products and the supply of
their wints in everything except meats
and brtadstufTs. Every village
1 every community -lioulil give encnur
j agement and support to home manu- 1
. racturC!. Knliditened selfishness. a
well as the general good, dictate such j
a polity The West should be dotted j
all over with.inanuracturing establish
ments, and the people should eeasc j
itiinntT.irt.Vmii, f hrt,t,iilti.j ri, ,MFirT
r t . . 1 . .1.
freight on raw material sent to the
; . j rar a n:,u t
east and manulactured artieics sent to
the west. It is too expensive, and the
expense is all borne by those living at
the we-t end of tho route. Let the
west stand by its own interest en
courage home manufacture and its
independence will be established and
its progress made stronger and more
Lraia Wsri en the Tirzz.
It is indisputable that some men
succeed on farms on which others have
failed, or will faiL It is unqucstiona-
1.1.. 1 .1a .1
vi 141 rjih;r r rn r enni ik mu v n i,ti TTrn-"n
coldon .'pponooitiH .bat other, .rrr
r-nt, -:., i.;i, .,. ,;
ii vnc.ataii. aitii n iiil.ii t- aia ti . .. vau i l
" ' V
aucr, enncn xneraseives.
brain, but a certain power of adapta -
and appropnation, a power to perceive
i and appropriate possibilities, that often
is-caiied cornmon sens?, tnougu it is
v. . T p. ..
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fur from being very com moi
v.,- ,v j:t :, . i r -.,. A, ,a -n .k. " -"-lu' " - --' "-f -- ..--h,, e!OM.r ,hn n old , of - erec3y iroui me certiiniy. ana tSe
For, the unseeing, unsuccessful onesjftts. His ideas may flow in one . 'tSlr thT Lof'tb f L;! ' " wwW U fter ' "?t T? 7 f l!? ''
often have and use the most of that!f weak, washy, everlasting flood, and " T"Cor"!!1, I cluldnk.. La quired of d L ;damnL afc.J Ui
It not altogether physical and nerv-1 the command of his language may csa- "ztZ "' T Tvl ZtZl?l W, wry darddisbta. The ' swwedes! iu workinjalrirTi-I g
ou,energy-forthatisnotaIwyS5ue. b!ehim to string them tof-her like ' t f, L 5? M Jl I " ?l''lfE rJf . cutM .firf ta . hh f J
cessful, aDd successful ones often are bunches of onions, and yet his paper ' ""L VZZ .. fc ' 00 1n"lh r'uM ' d of wmcot. tvl h Utter ll-JJ
lacking in that direction. may be a racger and poor concern. -VT-nM. nL ,nt " , .tT J y,ataat Mlf daiak' msl" m -" ' ?nt "mSd 'Jts,rin of fci" fc' gi
It evidently i, brain powcr.-not Indeed the mere writin, part of edit J Mo:Hf 111! Tappare. Zni ! l.h hi ' l: .
simntv sire and actual strenrth of i wa Darjer is but a smal rjortion ot i - , . -lasncan ppte rrn w-arnci tnat a t. .;,-,... r...-.-.
- a i - w r - - r - - - i tni pnmnncnr.nnnMirnw'ir wirr irY.w
it ii Siner uncommon jo?Sssion .
thoMgdt.need not be.
not imply, nor require a I
urwp cf thought than the avcrnqi '
taas the avera
qo fan- rpo'es?e-'. ;
Sohw.ct-Us hxgliot dev -opments are
fon4tfcmon and woman who are '
Mithdr Jeholars, philosophers, nor
prodinkfeof any sort but arc plain,
aletteitd, every day men. traveling
alon thrcnniaionest walks of life, and
achieving success 4ry the common5t
'and ml obvious methods, methods ,
60 siapo a.s well as obvious that their
appropriateness and fitness, as well as
eflfcctivaoees. carry a conviction f
their excellence to all observers. j
Noit is this common sense thi (
pracld ,bram power effective for
CQtam.,igL-jTTrsc3, yecured by com
nion'vcT efiecftve incthotb, that every
homesteador wants, and nair?i even 1
one may have. 11 there be any ex-
ccption. it is men who have tome
special talent that puts them in come i
eddy out of the main, common cur-1
rent genuises and prodigies, men of .
tfl4fkrifvi..iia tltfririrora liriliriv riiiir
jiuij.ii...., ...v..-... ..,.j ..,.... j
and cnthusiots, who are not content ,
to travela common wcll-bcaten path.
They aspire to tmcoinrann senc, and .
it 1.- no marvel that they do not attain
the common vatiety.
Some New Enclander' call this kind
of brain power ''Faculty
clas call it liiimptiou. A great
many call it "good luck," and its op-po-ite
"bad hu-k" mot misleading
term-. There is no "luck" about it
On the con'-ary, it i- a ery elose fol
lowing of like end after fitting mean-.
In-tcad of being inborn, thi- power
is rather acquired. Close observation
of facts or occurrence3, and a searching
again will dcvelope it, and make it
available for nil save the classes men
tioned. Its po-cssion by the home
steader is worth a mine of gold, and
will turn almost any and every thing
into gold or its equivalent.
More of this common sen-o think
ing more careful studying to adapt
means to ends to secure ends in the
most direct and easiest manner to
secure the largest re.-ults from the
available means to use means in the
mo-t economical and effective manner
these are the elements of tl is brain
power, and are worth more than
muscle or money, or aught else on the
iTome-styad. frtvcil Iirjirter.
A- soon as a comet makes it ap
pearance in sight of this planet, it i
customary for some body to get up a
sensational story of what it is going to
do with this earth and its inhabitants.
The story now going the rounds of the
newspapers is calculated to excite more
thau oukiiary iuterest m tho move
ment of this mysterious visitor. It
amounted to this that this celestial
guest would, about tho l?'th of .July,
IS" I, pass so uearto the earth that its
tail would give us a veritable brush,
or should it fail to give us a brush
with its tail, anyhow it will approach
o near the earth as to give us some
of its atmo.-phcre. An other theory
is that it la probable thai tho tail wi 1
al-o tangle itself around the moou, and
impart to the moon an atmosphere,
something she never hrd much of be
fore. What will be the effect upon the in-
, j habitants ol this earth after trey shall
1 have breatucu tne atmospnere 01 an
other world, we are told, will be a
novel sensation, even we don't feel it
physically. Yes ! we rather think it
will How any one, except a mere
child, should become alarmed and
nervous at buch stories, wc cannot well .
conceive. e teneve tnat me citi-
I tens of Nebraska are in no danger
I , , . , .
whatever from the introduction of any
1 , , , , .
. fuc.u uc" -i'-. suu
' 1,0.1 i,- -1.., ..-.i n.,-.un
uv tjin kuuiuvu vi, iii'uvg.(ii
have uo particular auxiety about this
strange visitor, because we firmly be I
licve that He wh made the Uw by
which hundreds of comets have been
safely conductedrjpur earth with
out harm jcjJJKSiold this visitor
by the samVitfcof attraction securely
until it closes its visit near the earth.
The Sciascrs Siit
I Catra rfiAfilA ALftmirrr. Y-.ia Mff.alisr C I
- i.iiiiii: x i iiiiic w- liiiisli iiii: .(iiiiii, ill
', II .nd the tle of it, odi -
it enmr.intlreK- an e,t ia A fnr
w s, w, m wB w v ... mu w mm v
- l j -i
i iroiuy wnter io pour oui amy columns
- the work. The care, the time em-
j ployd id sekctiag, is far more impor-
tant. aad the tact of a good clitoris -
I - . .11
oetter saowa Dy ms rcteeuons tnaa
.1.-- -T .!.. ? I-
anviuio euc ; asi utru, s .Bar- is
half the battle But, a- wc bae aili. t
an editor oubt to be estimated, aiid
his labor undertiKd ami appreciau-d (
by the gniera! conJuct of hii paper t
it- tone. iU uniform, cnsitent couro.
t-- aims its tuanagcmcnt, it iiijrn.sy, .
and its propriety. To preserve thei
a- tfiey uouhl Le preaencti ii cnoucn
to occupy fully tho time and attention ,
or any man. If to ihi be addtd the j
Kcneral .-upervision of the nev?papr j
establishment, which mo.-t elitor?
have to encounter, the wonder is how (
they find time to write at all.
There arc remaining in the ccnerai '
bind office, undelivered, more thin '
hi,0-m patents for agricultural land. I
3ihi,0-m patents for agricultural Iamh. j
Of this number liVHX) are from ll!i- (
( Ul tins numher l'.ri.KX) are irom llii- (
r nois. and nearly a many from Indiana ;
- and Missouri Among them are pat-
jentaiiigtfed by '&, and by every '
L'recident down to Lincoln The eau-e
ol this aceumulatien M patontx 1- in
the fact that uriny laud owner-believe
thit a dup!ivtte nvfiwr'- r.v'ipt i-1
Mifficieut evidence t- title of their land
It ought not to be so regarded En-
riihf ..m K.i.ir. rw.tkdi. j.n.nll.v.l !.
Wn. mu "-i'lS lummiiuj wiutiuu ij
the general land office, without any ia-
formality, anil if the ul Ire-- of an in
(created per-on i- nnt kiwi at
at the local office, a U often the
I to w hem he has sold hi- land, he will ,
c0ntc day be astonished to find ano'h- J
or per-jn hc'diu3' agnvernment pitent
for his property. Every nan in the
States and Territories who has been
waiting more than five year- on a re-;
ceiver's receipt -hou'l make enquirj
through the proper channel- and find
out whether the general laud office ha
is-ued a patent for his claim or sti
pended or cancelled his entry. No
landholder should rest sure in hi- title
until he has a government title in hi
hatids. Golumhus Journnl
La:c:t frca the Indian War.
The htcst news from the scenes of ' cheap, and that he cannot hope to win 1 jiow jH.,t ,ltt CJtwUiTL luin nhe
Fndinn mas-acres arc startling and , ' them the wealth which will realize I p0vcrni int tuny guild iumlflrmn mi
thrillimr. The blood thirsty fiends are j f"r " '", 'r0 of future case ; the j tak,. i ,ar,(.,:,m. im own bu-iuc-is. ii
relentless in their vengeance, and ttie , American lin 1- hi- Iibor dear, and it- 1 .1... r. ,..,, ..hne of th oinl -,-rvioo
fight will undoubtedly be prolongcl
and bloodv The following from the
lopeka Common icealth gives in -omo 1 UI"- e, tiicreiore, nemos nimscii, te-tiun- at a future day, merely re
additional information 'works early and late, and b nds hi-j nmklli; lJmt lho pJ0,i0 Wjj M,rjy
'On Mondav wo made some men
tion of a party of white hunters who
were surrounded by Indians, and had
been fiehtinr nn ihe Cim-ifnn .ihntif
75 ,i0, from raWwell, in the tcrri-
j tory, for three day.-. Our late advice-
repre-ented tliem a- IianuK had hmr
j of their number killed and one or two
wosinueci aney nail succceiici in ,
de-patching a messenger, who arrived ,
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111 saiuij ;n ,uri ioii:.- uo iihu
last, akmg lor Jiuip estenlay tiiey
iiiauageo iu semi 111 worn .iiraiii ui iiiu j -vm nun iiujhj ueicrreti or uiau ui-
effect that they were still fighting, appointment. Out of it grow the
that eight of their number had been t worship of wealth and tint domorah
killed, but that they had made sixteen ' zatiou which result- in u:trup'iTju
Indians bite the du-t. The ?avages ncss concerning the methods of its ac
had obtained re-inforccmentsand were quircment So America prcents the
gradually hemming them in and ren- anomaly of a laboring e!a-,s with un-
1 1 7 :.. 1 :.. i .1. ..
dering escape impsiblc. They im-
piore mimcuiatc zitip, anu send worn ami unexampled discontent and dis-. one could toiiMro even upon hu
that they cannot hold out against the comfort. ' j fiii-nd-hip to pre-ent to the Senator
imposing force much longer. They '('here is surely something bettor any articlo of value, a he would de
have managed to keep the Indians at than t,-., Thcre ; otnrttiinAr better ' elinc u roeeive it union he wire Fr
bay thus far, but they will grow more t!,an n life-long -aerifies of content and I untied to return ?t monny value. Thu
bold a? they become stronger. Dt- ( PIIJoyinPnt fr.n ,cjj,jc wealth, which, 'eeidinri.y wn- notici'Je in the mr-t
patches to this effect were sent to , however irav nvcr be iuirfd. and trilling nr Did h chance to
(tovernorGsborn yesterday and were ; j,., ,aM tnf. power, whenwjn, . '!.arc a fjiae with luother. ho
forwarde-1 to General Pope. The do- T;ci,i ;. jK,:ier the boon which h er- ' would ii.Tt on shatiig the expeme
fence made by the handfu1 of men lKcVi it (0 Illlrcj,a.0 To withhold' Did a frier, 1 Fi th? fare of both in
against four time-- the number of In- yom the frugal will the mn she de ' tht ir-ct rai, h iu-iOe I o repaying
dians ha.s been a most heroic one, and j aTl. t0 (ny j,ar tJlc jVlrncy i, ' the h'df lime. He mnj haro been
prove-the grit and indomitable cour- W(11i,j ,i0 ,0 mucl x,, tXC U, fa fJT jilrJ in th Ewmpeirt custom
age of the men of the border. It i- n,ontoii of her lnmc life to reat in uh mtter-th it hl Hcomr a
only a question of time, when they children in mean ways to -hut away fnti with him. It wan 6fdent,l!iai
must succumb to superior force, and ' rwin fa r:iVti Jlf; a lloa,-n,j .al ( h- did vt know ! wa MDgahr in
their gallant conduct U as a tale that ,,Joa-ures to reliniuib ill ami-ements , thi,, a h -piko fif it 1 oJdlhat o!b
is told. Even now the rekntlcs- and that have a ro attathtd to them, for I en. houhl imkv 11 diOicuIt for hira to
blood thirsty Cbcyene- md Ki wa- , wealth w.licIl ma.. or 1M? not WJn, J ,j0 a, u ,Jefr j (J uny
may have c!o-cd in upon them an! w,eo the famib life U brck-n u; fr- he b.id gone -it. dl-tiiico to -petit h,
butchered without mere-. They will ; cver-surely thi- is neither sound en- ' 1 doubtful di-trrt. Iy invjutioa of
not dio univcnged. however. The , len,rj.e nor wiso economy. Wc would f MfinUr U-k xk rhtti-m wa peud
blood of the frontiersmen is up, and nothaVe the American farmer, hbowr ' ing and a t.jrUined ;U th- Mem
these murders and scalping are but an(j mfXMTA(i j,ccoaiC. wvUixk Wbi.. h- iv- tn ii,li
the prologue to a merciless war of ex hnl wc wou)(i very rnncj, jik , hi-pan of th esri - 4 thtf ni.;
termination which hxs been long them happitfr than thc aWf lfJ revin ,n lh., ,JeJ-K aH) W,1W jlM frwrrj M
tnreatenir.g, nut wnicn we wueye win
now oc rageu uniu me iasi lufatan
shall bite the dust.
n. g - yZrV'i.v
.-no one can sciue uown ,n a r.oro -
- .... r T- .
pean cy or linage ior a monwi, ana
oo-erve tne nwnne ciase- wunout
oiicidr a great uiuc-ence i;wccn
their aspirations, ambitions and habits.
1 J f Xr.rtf rtTol"
'"? " ---- , ...
xnd women la Don n? severely aod tar-
L ,0PeVssnex of the stm-ri for
, .,!,:. i,. : ,-rt.i ir
, -' . " ..! j ... V ".. j
i fiiiia iaKfi4ii ifiHt't a ru iLmm mr tw a r au
ana aristocratic cla5e3-a ffulf which
-1. - - J r- .t. r '-t
-; Wfc W-4.M m.m slW-4 '- - 'A V1- V-
lacv nave rccuizd in?i .a-ir oina ,
d, having recognsrixi this they have
rwevgnrzed their un limitation. a:ni
ndnptoii iIimbsvIv.-s t tl -m ing
jut what the c-ui lo ami nnwt do.
th-y nry ratiouallr uwlnrtaVc to cot ,
out o! JUe just whnt ttictr cowjittion j
renders attainabte. fhorc i no tar-1
ott. crounm n'vwl :r thrm to turn at,
.so they try t get what :he n wi tht
way. Thy male much of fet-day. '
au i .ocial gathfriiiR". and xnaie. ami ,
do what thy canto wten tWtr
daily to J. which th-y know mut he '
continued while tin ;ower u Ialor j
I" Amerii'a it k- dtfiVyrnt Ahum
bio backwoodunn sit-in the prosi j
dentinl chair, or did it there recently . t
dentinl chair, or did lit there recently, t
a tailor talci the hichd-t hunor of the j
a tailor takes tne nicno-i uunor m tue j
nation , a canal-driver Income a pw ,
erful milliftniire , a humble clerk
Krow- mlo a mcrolmnt punee. ab-rb-
fs tMVhtWflnd Mipplyiug til
oJ ten? 0: tiinuaiiti. m city, -tate
and national pohtR- hurxlrels and
thoti-oml- uny lc e.uuiu-l oi i!h.i
;who, by enterprise and .'elfcultuw.
and Mjli-a-s-itiori. haif raided them
' -e!v frotii the huuibkt position- to
lnliiieiw at. i place. Ther- 1. n- itn-
I pasMihU- k-ull betw.en the U,w att.l the
I.ign.- hverj mar, kotd the billot,
a" I. theref rc cvtr- man i- a person I
"f political j ..wi r aini imji-rtaiKV. '
Tlie way- f bu-inesf enterprise nte
many, and the reward-ot stuve aro
munificent. Not a ear. nor. indeed,
month, pa e-by, tint doe- not tl-
lu-trate the comparative ease with
which pool men win wcilth vr acquire
I he eon-equence is that all but the ,. J tu m.t ,n: th- i'r4 Unt and
wholly hrutal are after some great good , t,r he.t 1- .,f dernrCMcat- ""hl
that lies beyond their year- of toil j 1 mrn ..r dwnvii. tu appoint tketr
The European expect-alr.ajs t be a to,v,.i0ruM So ih-v ,.uht Let
tenant, the Amuiican intend- before j ,j10 re,IJtf and h-.id- of dHitl
lie die-to own tin Iiour he ie. tn I . 1 . ... . . .1..
1 j - "-
, If city prices foihid this, he goes to
the suburbs for hi-leime
1 lie tviru-
pean knows Uiat l.le ami la.r are
1 1 . . ...
, awards omiaratively bountiful, m
that hi dreim of wealth is a rational
11. .1 ... 1 , ...
. Clergies, and directs tho-e of his fam
'' lni0 profitable channels, all for the
K l?00'1 that beckous him on from
e far off, golden future.
The typiciL American never livo3 in
, th. procnt If hu indulges in a re -
.creation, it 1- purely for health s sake,
arid at long iutenals, or in great cmor-
8LL'S' n uw hu; wane uiBni7 on
plea-urc, and doe not approve of those
.. i, . .l.v . It.. !..... ... . ...1 r.
. . nw iocs m a whsumii ie -
, t 01 nope an j expectation, or grows
e..- .:ii. !.,... ie 1 1 1-..1. I 1
precedented prosperity and privileges,
j to the ajJj. cnJ07aM.nt, vhkh
1 !..,: u...i w
j tore i strong in the young, and they
j will have Kieic. aid play of oasc rt
1 It jhould remain strong in the old, and
docs remain -tron? in them until it i
, ,..,! lV fa a-uK,lf, - nd ImLcr
, djMtinj. pon foT , Forocthinir
rv..vv Vj - --, fy - p.w,.
j ofthe0,d Wor!d fondnw, for phr,
.. ..n nr ,., r-j-i--. :n .,
. ., m' r,,r,, ,mr. .
. v i .m
,,lL''r'- T"! "' ' f " ! if
.ALrtA- Xmf tMirsaf mmm- rmtm, vw
, wouW be r?ntJr ntien Uied a a
i mean for securing a plea-urt: whieh
d!iir orta of pare plear:re h
. u . .
7tcritl mrir t-c a coiiv
ianythiny elw uader the
f T . f - A V -
wl jwu3b; mi j
I fue.nt W-.U.C .. r 1 linns fa.
u-.u.- ; ji.u -- - -..-... . .
It h.s to b dnr. thrcfirv, tht
tt i v3y nevwivirj f ,x the Prrflic
, RthI tho Uad rtp3rtn4 t t p
rwJ ,waf,..r t m.i niintinM
UitV tban" i t plta- th
wjt JHHpje 0f ihu LVitl it?
j.f? uwV,, r Rarj tjrt ituprtuntH
,,,'jj. ,.111 w!u are xjeUMt
a4 vjisi jKlvet sine the
,ntj, j,n,rlll J fa oJvi orvfc mh,
,lWefu;;y .t at 4t&ine lh tf
j,iii. u wi,.j Wr limntv MWHiir of
wsr I; i a witur vrhiittr in thv
hand of ;t. . li.-i
iiHt and ik !!
f jmrtioem. and it i nt to much
llW..tory that thy shurtl I .-k thu
:,4,t.tartv of a Urd to male ruW? for
:,4,t.tartv of a Urd to male ruW? for
,l(.;r JJai,, L. ,.t ,,f . that they
thyu l.niMiC j it of all. that they
JwM pWl thvm!i. at thc"ncrry of
a .v.lt,in ,v , rTlnj. approprution
wj, .), jthhs of tngrv- may
AntJ,-fv.tl(li?imln&Mir r jcfUfsrUdijirife-
Jv or itiir. .1 thr.t th"y heu:d
,linlkW j, htMj ,WK ,B,lc0l aoiat-
th.-.MrinU-owio of which
.hull oim..r.d lliw to th-wIoho-
p rtf jh. PMntrri .w ,j;nH whieh
B. .ltij ftJ- .. r, ,f CMrw can
,.nM(l;, ,1. the elmricUr f
llk, n..llM,Bllt, h. ta W ry.lwf
rihr than the yK-in hf whieh ib?y
t w;? we Uuk tv om thu
hoeV. tl .t -ib-tniitn) s ' K '!
.ati-e uf ! -nic ifom lm Itwn
; mt0 uIm. tin It tho -ling f
rlu-ton fnn ny kir in wiling p
j .Mnntmen'- hi mkr of t'-msr
i htmight to dcmui an milter to
t tr ,,rm.'ipl. , ofihe tW-titiUHm.
j uiciiui riiicuitKir iiim iiuimoi, not oruy
a, nain-t th. iuitrlitiiii- ml'mitui.
j f. nf t'ongre , but ngxiuct ill oom
t ,r. : ,!.,. .: 'I r nrli tiumj-.-ttiiionL
. . , . - -, -- --
rofonn, and, in thi- iw of the sub
jtct, we may pel hap offer wmc silg-
judge any ptuu b it.i fruits, rather
than with regard to it? thcoretic.il ex-
j Blanco, and that, an no fountain csu
!.. i.:..l.. .1 ...
j tin better nppoinlment.H can be made
1 under anv s-tem than -tmh a-the
opiointuie jH.wer may ee fit to innkq
or auction - From Old and AVc for
j ,Ir. tirele Was not more Ol'po.,.,1
having .Mjuinthirig from nothing"
than wa Mr Sumner He wi con
stanlly th -ir ms to make a return for
whatever hi reeti.l f un author
presented him with hi- book, if an rii
gra;er vmi him a proof of hit Iat pic
ture, he madi ha-lv to acknowledge
the courlf-y by a le'ter whirh cuahl m
i and generally was pubhuhcd. But no
. fuM,i tn tcvsWi. frtra Wj thtf A
.Li c... ..- 1-. 1 ... t
i J for the n:or in ndvsoi'-. Mr
Sumner rcturnwl h:m Jh price of it
' bv jot th next dy Frorr Scilh-
' ' for Auyuit.
. A cxrcpondM of tho r.tcbaio
Equ,rr tU tho foKowmg -tory r?j
' .t-,-B- . tUr.u.t r.rtkt, nrtnr
.crmn n e. bet of cty rough
. T ""t '" "V "" l'f!"
' -""w . .iu u-OJ ji, airJ
. Tl,e cU Plr'oa wa prcah.t. ?j
,ui zi: frik-z. tii.ir -.. - ....-.
' yonjuwi r rn. h-w tfe "Kvji
iv'i v:th jhH - J'5 ai- m rou ihrown m
A . - ifl. ,'ke If 1 mso. We3, tf ye
tie i35 ttat tiyi z rinrf 38t r k a
fivia .m un . .m r -r-faw w it- art i -
- Jt -",w r -- -. M "t 4
m ViHrVs f5.-.-- h
- --r - -
ai. as mjmgjXffm svfil,?.
4f . '
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iitf all in arJMfaiieu-wMa
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