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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF.
C. L. MATHER,
'SATURDAY, JULY &. 1S74.
The member ol'thc Senatorial Com
miiU'C of the IUth Senatorial District
nib requested to meet at i lab tings on
Thursday the 20th day of Augu-t,
J874, at 2 o'clock p. m,, for the pur
pose of apportioning the delegate to
tLe H'vcnil counties in the district and
t'ljix the time aud place of the Sena
torial Convention ; and for Mich other
Lu-inos as may come before them.
Will 11. Gaylqiid,
Ch'um Senator! 1 Com.
FiiALL we have an early or late con
vention, is a question that is now be
ing disjuycd by the Republican press
nftl.6 State, with the usual diversity
of opinion. Of cnjuracylbis as every
thing else, has more than one side,
tome advocating an early, and others
h late awjcmblagc. Our humble opin
ion is that the matter should not be
put off too lung ; that the convention
should be called the first week in Sep
tember, at the out-idc. Several States
have already put tickets in the Geld,
and others will follow in the course of
two or three weeks. Time should be
given the people to know the relative
Uierils of the candidates, but it is now
the busiest .scasou of the year, and but
lntle attention will be paid to political
at) airs until our farmers have finished
have-ting and having. The laruiera
a e deeply interested in securing the
nomination of good .and true men.
Altai Harvest they can and will attend
the caucus aud conventions, couuty
Wc hope and expect to sec more
!armei.s in the coming State and Dis
trict conventions, than have ever be
fore been in such places. The uni
versal demand is that good men be
nominated, and to seenre this every
voter .should attend the caucus, and
take part in (-electing such men for
delegates as are true and trusty.
Therefore, in order to secure this re
Hilt, let the convention be postponed
until about the first week in Septem
ber, as said before. This will give
from fivo to nix weeks, time enough
to wotk up a vigorous, decisive eam
piign, and a .successful oue. The
probable candidates are men geLcrally
We uggeit that the Senatorial an!
Representative Distiictsin the western
pari of th" State hold their nominat
ing conventions at an early date, cer
tainly hef.-rc the State Convention. If
we have any success or influence in the
State Cunventfcu wc mu.-t be prepared
lor it, and there i5 no other opportu
nity iti so large districts as ours, than
to come to Mine understanding before
we find ourselves at the capital lixten
ing to the plans f the old wire work
ers. What we want is a new deal.
A Republican nomination is equiva-.
lent to an election, hence the import
ance of looking well to the convention.
Wc have good men in the'partj who
have ability and integrity who are not
connected and woiking in the interests
of the old political rings. We have
men who have not had political pat
ronage bestowed upon their heads in
the way of laud office, appointments,
kc, more rn account of their willing
ness x repay in divers ways than with
a view to their honesty and integrity.
Two years ago our western delegates
at the State Convention surprised the
manipulators and showed where the
balance of power came from. A start
was made in the right direction, now
let us follow it up. Let us have our
district conventions early and under
stand each other. We need and mu t
have a uuited clfoit if we succeed in
securing our rights. Let us tendmen
to our conventions that understand
how to meet the political ring fathers
in a way that wiJJ against them. We
must not fight against each other, and
the only way to avoid this is to organize-
Smalk i' the sum that is required
to patronize a newspaper, and amply
rewarded is. its patron. I care Dot
how humble and unpretending the
gazette which he takes. It is next to
impossible to fill a .-heet with printed
matter without putting into it some
thing that is worth the subscription
price. Every parent whoso son is
away from home at school, should sup
ply him with a newspaper. I well re
meuiber what a marked difference
there was betweeu thoe of mv :hool
mates who bad, and those who had
not, accesp to newspapers. Other
things being equal, the first were al
ways decidedly superior to the last in
debate, comDO.-itiou, and general in
Beatrice a TTcoMkriot.
Another impoitant branch of busi
ness has been added to our Ii.t, by
Messrs. Smith Rros. "who have made
arrangements with manufacturers iu
Northern New York, by which they
are enabled to establish a market here,
and at all limes pay the highest cash
price for wool in either large or small
lots. This i important to wool grow
crt-, and no doubt will induce many to
increase their flocksr and encourage
other who have been contemplating
the rai-ing of sheep to embark in the
biisincis. Heretofore the wool in this
section has been picked up by specu
lators from St. Joseph, St. Louis or
Tt is stated that the grasshoppers
have almost totally destroyed the corn,
oats and potato crops in a large dis
trict located between Schuyler, Colfax
county, and Lone Tree, Merrick coun
ty. They were ) thick on the rail
road track in said district recently,
that freight train was delayed about
two hour", and the Express lot some
time. Farmers in that locality are
said to be very much down hearted,
as indeed they have cause to be. The
exact extent of the damage we are not
able to learn, but it is bad enough at
best. ' j
Up to this writing no material dam
age has been done to crops in this
couuty, except iu small patches on the
island, where they have been feeding
on the corn and late oats. Wc have
hopes that their visitation will not tail
upon our tarmeas, and that the dam
age done east of Us may not bo so great
as it is at present thought to be.
The wheat harvest is about over,
and this crop, which is fully an aver
age one, is about out of danger
Grand Island Indrjicndcnt.
(!lii(.-iirfi ;if filmllf rlioir Awn tirinoi
known, and the people eat, quickly Mr j j. Smith has had considerable
judge ol their ments. By sayimj : that I S cricncc jn ,,. bubi ,iav;
me candidate arc known, wc do not . m atkeshl with
mean iu ein.ey an .uea I i or a., j,, W0, ,,ea,cr m NtfW y
i:ie else ftnoxct who will lie the suc
ejssful candidates, but simply that the
State Convention will not be liable to ;
u oniuate men who have not already
inquired a general reputation through-c-n
the State. For this, if no other
v At present they arc occupying the
huil'-ling formerly used as a qucciis-
1 ware store, on Court siiect, which
they now have tilled. In lact we are
inclined to think a larger pile has nev
er been collected together iu the State
i.-1-i.ii, there is no occasion to keep a ! weM. 0r (),.,),.,. , are informed
candidate before the people lor any
viv long term.
The time above mentioned, in our
v ew. should be .elected for the hold-ir.jij-r
iW-rrcxfTtepublican State convention.
Sq.mt; rear" have been
that lky have taken in -ome lots from
Kansas, and s.""iie from out in Web
ster county iu this State, us well us
from other counties adjoining our" own.
We are suns this must, in a short timo
idd much to the volume of our busi
ness, i.nd we trust thai the gentlemen
n true that, certain portions of Ne
braska, Iowa and Dakota h, are liable I
to lie visited by these
i'" ""; ........! ;.. ; ;n -.,..1;,.. ,i... ., .,
that the erasshopper pe.,i wi sooner . ..i,-, . . .,
, - . . ... ' which then eutcipiifo entitles
or bier render the West totally unfit J ,n
f'ir cultivation and the abode of mau. It m c i i t- i
i'ics-is. oiiiiiii uru. Miiiiiicii a car
load of wool last Thursday, for which
thev had disttilmfeil ln im.' nni nt'
pests, which s , , Tmi . , '..
com- in countless thousands, but we , .... c, .. ,, ,
. ., ,...,.,. . to transport the same value in gram
den.f that this liability is so great as ,l(r!ci, xprfM
to overcome the advantages and re-! '
Moiuv- mi the cuuutry.
Kvery portion of our country and
Editor Chief: Our new school
house is finished, aud is the champion
school house of the county. It was
built by R. L. Tinicer and J. J. Miller.
It is an old true saying ''Let thy
work praise thee," and surely the work
on that house is a standing praise to
Our harvesting is nearly done and
the farmers are very well satisfied, for
there, will be a good average yield.
Mr. Rlunt is about starting a brick
yard. He has everything ready to
commence the business as soon as he
gets through stacking his grain. We
have about all the conveniences here
that can be had iu other parts of the
county, except that we need a store.
We receive mail here every day in the
week except Friday aud Sunday.
We have a good blacksmiih shop
here belonging to J. II. Hummel. Ike
is always ready to play a tune on the
anvil for auy one, and warrants his
We are sorry to learn that A. (5.
Granger met with the loss of oue of
hi' horses, and that Mr. Garlock lost
pne of his cattle, which leaves thetu
both minus a team. Snider.
Ecncvai of tho Laai CS;e.
the '.vhole lace yf the earth, for that
inat'cr. is liable, from local causes,
i fiil at times in producing what may
be '-allot! a remunerative crop of the ; to I!oomington.
Miples fitted for its peculiar soil or
climate. In a country where the set
tlements are scattered, the people
poof. ni! struggling for very existence,
thcke necidents to the crop are severe
ly felt. A failure from any cause in a
n;w eyuntry is heralded forth, and
published through the length and
bi-adth of the land. Rut these things
me e.-nl?uuully happening in the old
:id thickly settled sections of the
r.iuntry, without attracting special no
tice. Last spring in Ohio, we were
told tiy certain i'nrmcrs that the gnitx
hr.pirsvx& destroyed their previous
prop, aud that the ''long spell of dry
w-at her" had u'd up what the grass
hoppers had left: and iu almost the
same breath these t-amc individuals
w:u.M urge thrt Nebraska wasn t fit
An order has been l-siied and pub
lished for the removal of the U. S
Lnnd UUice from this place (Lowell)
The removal is one
of those inexplicable things that some
times occur in tho prouress of events.
Three quarters of those who will
enter land in the district are better
accommodated here than they will be
at Hloomiugton. aud two-thirds of
them will pass through Lowell, in
Teaching their location, or vi-it it or
its vicinity for supplies--and have the
vi-fling of Hlouiniuton as just so
much extra and unnecessary travel and
Lowell is near one side of the dis
trict, but it has railroad and business
facilities that are utterly wanting at
ifloomington. Hesides. Hloomingtou
is as far to one side of the district as
Iowe!l to the filler.
We therefore regret the removal.
Rut, we presume it conuot now be
for n white man to live iu owing to the , helped, aud there .is no use crying fur
ironth and grasshoppers The truth j spilt milk. Iowell cau and will live
js i here is less habihty of a" failure ol j without it, luc r.cent settlement in
crops from local causes in Nebraska j the southern part of theeounty will
jtii iu . i nt unici fiuiiuuui wie enure . compensate tur uuaLsite tuus loses,
$n Country, if not in the United and it will produce a healthier and
A Graded o.'.'ntence. Judge
Mackey pasad the following sentence
on Alexander Woodlcy, convicted of
burglary : "You have been found
guilty of an offense for which j'ou might
be sent to the penitentiary for thirty
years. The court will sentence you,
however, to only one year. If j-ou are
convicted again you will be sentenced
o twenty; if a third time, thirty j
years. If you are comietcd a fourth
time you will then have become eligi
ble to a seat in the Legilature."
The route from Red Cloud to Harv
ard should be changed somewhat. At
present it doubles on the Juniata route
from Ratio to Red Cloud. If changed
so as to ruu from Negunda direct to
Red Cloud, it would pass through a
section of country where another office
is needed and which could be supplied.
A daily mail from Juniata weuld ren
per the Harvard mail of no use to the
Ratin office, and save labor of chang
If the people of Willow Creek will
net up their petition and send them
in we will endeavor to procure uch a
change as will give them an office, or
secure service if there is already an of
Mr. Edgar Bacom was taken to the
insane asylum at Hartford jut three
months from the day hi sou Joeph
purchased a fiddle.
"Change cars I" is what a city'boot
black said to a countryman, the other
day, when he had finished bltcking
one of his brogans.
A temperance orator pfieak cf "a
file of toper sevetity-five miles in
length, marching steadily to druak
ards' graves at the rate of three a
minute, or one every twenty seepnd,
all the year round."
Dr. Cuyler wants all young ladies to
band together and say : "So lips shall
touch my lips that have touched a
bottle.' Rather rough, this oo the
young fellows that were brought up by
Several peaceable Indian have been
discovered of late. They were dead,
however, but it is well known that a
dead Indian is the only real peaeible
one of the kind to be found, and the
more of them the better.
A Kansas boy earned a nice Bible
by committing three hundred terries
i.j uicuiui j., aim iiiuu u. irauf ijiy
iiible for a shot gun and accidentally
shot his aunt in the leg. T
Henry Minstrel, of Savannah, walk
ed into a court room to shoot twelve
jurymen, but fourteen or fifteen revol
vers got ah ad of him on shooting.
The last lay of that minstrel was when
they laid him in the tomb.
A peddler called on a lady to dispose
of some goods, and inquired of her if
she could tell him of any road on
which no peddler had traveled. 'Yes,'
replied she, "I know of one, and that's
the road to Heaven."
The highest test of self control is to
let a fellow tread on your corns iu the
presence of a number of clergymeu or
a lady or two. If you can keep from
swearing, then you may know that you
are complete master of yourself.
An emrinrer on the Western North
Carolina railroad shouted to a crowd
of rustics who had gathered to see the
first train of cars come in "Put down
your umbrllas I you'll searo the en
gine off the track !" The umhrcll-is
were lowered at once.
A grave diccer, walking in the
streets of a country town the other day
chanced to turn, and noticed two doc
tors walking beside him. He stopped
till they passed and then followed on
behind them. And why this?" said
they. "I know my place in this pro
cession," said he.
A man who had saved the life of a
daughter of a Boston millionaire re
ceived $2 o'J from the grateful parent.
Hevas so overcome by the magnifi-
ccut bounty that he paid nut every
cent of it to seventeen organ grinders,
to simultaneously serenade his benefactor.
I am now as in the nat. readv u suoi.lv mv cutcmer ami lL nul li
I generally, with amthnm in the Hardware line, at prices t ha' uV erupeti
tion. My motto ts
A R D W A RE!
oldest stojje I LAND! '"EAKi-i
"Small Profits and Quick Sales, for tha Ready CASH
I keep a general assortment of IKrdw.it and : full line of
TABLK ND l'O.'KKT I'HTLKHY. NAILS, and HuCSK
TRIMMINGS. TLVWARK, CAKPKNTKR
and MASONS TOOLS. SADLKUS ILK1
WARK, a lull assortment.
FOKKES.SIIOVKI.S, SIllv HOK-. WAfSOV PKT SPRING:
&C, AC ANo RROOMv. Sl'tJAR UoXKS, UASKKTS.
and HA'yi BRICK.
NOW IS THE BEST T.W
Thb B & M. R. R. LANtfS
IN WKKlKIt iu M.t:
S. CARBER &. Co.
.t n in iiiurket, and ,w- " ri
at Wnii mid ON TK.V VIA- r MX
t to tctl settler, at rat ar j -u
M. B. MCNITT.
$1.50 to 5.00 per aca
C .NSI.-ll.Vtl K
OSWALD OLIVKH. T. J. PAUD0K
THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD !
Keeps constantly on hand th- l: g'st stock of Pry Pine Lumber iu the
k i, i, mis, noi a,ii:s lstnr,
:ind all kinds ol W
B II I L I) J O n A T K H I A I,.
Our fit nek is well vrlee'ed and purchas d direct from tin rafts and will be
sold as low a- the lowest.
With a hbcrui .fwliu:ti, t
Tlrnjc lands ax uui.hia iK.
:nd ft (.treat Variety of other AttieU
tint Rupublicnn V.tlhty, an! ant'
lTNSrilPSSKP F.rt IKKIILIT
UD1 l k-lt . I. " ' '
A'A, rial ft i . y
Will :it ao line " t-' rM y t. k.. n!i
informntion in regard to !.aWi ,oi
bud, irrni of tun nun?. A.'
7H2 fslowkm 'Srrss:
Iram th t'u tlur id th- B A M It 1l
' I(. Co., vitli Hi a iiitKOturih.i. 'An r
termt and thtf adiiil.tK'-.Ur. l "
Oue stock of PrV (.M)!-!-' h.t- been he
octfd with special reference to the
wants of the Peoplo, and consists in
kink pukss f a ions, calicoks,
1MI0WN .t BLKACHKP MUS
LINS, PRINTS, CUKCKS.
C INC HAMS, ke. k.
The Ladies- of Webster County nnd
are respectfully inite 1 to cxnmirn our
new stock of
Th j oivl. tstjf ean p.ty h r Ji
vido the ntiitiuiiL into thrvv .iiial
jKiit, Kiying onr.th'ni tlwn i-m
third in one year, and oi it :rl (. 'wt,
yettrs, with interest at ten jtr m v
niitiiirdij , ur h uun hu TUN , un
timo in wliH'b to mule up th sttiu ty
Miml .tnitiml pi uiiiit at iv p cw
Most buy on this litter rtfim f
TKN YICAU CRlsUlT'
J. G. .POTTER
A timid mnn want- to know how to
"tell a mad dog." We don't know
what he wants us to tell him, but the
satcst way would be to communicate
with the dog in writing. Send the let
ter from a gun in the shape of w.d
tling followed by small shot, to ice if
he get- it.
A little boy in St. Cloud, a lew day?
ago. undertook to see if he could lift
himself by hanging on a mule's tail.
He found out all about it, and the
doctor thinks the skin of his forehead
will grow up, but will leave a bad scar.
A young lady at the postotEce got
to putting ou airs yesterday about
stamps. The clerk gave her some
green oues-. She asked h.m if he didn't
have any pink , her stationery was
pink, and she wanted stamps to
THE DOMESTIC ! !
Takes this melhcdto Inform the Public that he has Just
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
Vvnttin;f tn jMirt of
CALICOKS, DABK. LHHIT.v. PINK.
CHAMBBKS. DKLA1NKS. LAWNS.
PBKSS THI.MMINCS k LININGS,
CORSKTS k SKIRTS. VAILS ,V Cl.uVLS.
BLKACI1KD AND CNBLKACHKIi MCSLINS
TABLK LINKNS. .tTOWKLIN(;.
PANTS. OVKR-ALLS A SHIRTING
ISOOTS & MfOSt II ITS A ( 1IH,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers.
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos.
FLOUR, MEAL & BACON
And everything u9UHy kept in a First Class Dry Goods A Grocer Stme
T. G, Potter.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Which we feel wat ranted in saying i
the Ltirmt anil J Ctmflr(t ever
brought into Southwest Nehriska, find
which will be sold at Prices that
In which r.t th purehaer t
thouiitset one yirV ititrt -it
per tvnt. on i ho prion lit mik-
thre other payment, iiirli il'u inr!
eent. at tho tiiiiiifiii(ifiit ol !t,
seeoiul. third ii mi f.oiiih j.trs t
the eommniiiment of tho Hfth jitr
he pajrt orM-si ronth of the pnieip1
and one ynrM int.iost oo the rctiiajfl
lr nnd th" rfttiii at ll.f comui t(x-
? ! iiittt ! a- h biioet !. ertr mui' mILaT
has t.evn pmd attho end "I ten ur
and gft it w.trririty d I fr- l" aiT
We ulo L'.'0 on hand a Good Stoek of
Ol Various kinds and eatn, au:ilitis
and for .ile t-itlmr by the suit or -imjL
j Wines & Liiquor
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco,
Ol' ALL KINIW
5CG.IL. TKA. CO f'IKh. SPICKS. .
.'s-, taken altogether.
t m-re reliable trade. Lowell Rcyhter
looMtXrtTox is happy ' The or-1 E see or hear nothing about a
Ojjr the remoual of the U. S. Lund meeting of the Republican State Ceu
has boon prtimulgateJ. The tral Committee It is alout timo that
twoTCsidenf citizens and real Estate j thc- met and made the apportionment
ho.dcrs dream of "huso brick blocks-, of dclecates. and iucd a call for a
snorting ltHmotivc. national banks. ' State Convention Whether the eon-'
Fort sa the Lo p.
A povernmerit surveying pirty ir
rived in this city last Tuesday erciiim.'
1'on the purpose of surveying the Irci
tion for a fort on the. North Loup.
They went to the United States land
office here to get variations, and start
ed out on their mission Wednesday
morning. They will survey the two
sections recently ordered withheld by
the commissioner of the general land
office, and if they are not satisfactory,
a location will be selected ten miles
father west ihe Burlington and Mis
souri River railroad comoany in Ne
braska, having offered to donate one
sectiun of land for said I'orU It is a
and a reat m.'tropelis Al! these, veution should take place earlv or late four company post, and will be the
things tvill be realized in tw . or three I i a matter on which there Li a differ- ' mean ofgreatly aucmeutin? the sct
. . ... , , ,. .... . i u i i tlement of the fertile region of the
months. It will be a glorious rJr.ug encc oJ opinion, but the call should Iks ,dpT ijnp country.
for th- ne-ii resident lot owners to : j out to give the distant counua time j
out, an j tnen uioommgton win g o ; to look about ana setect goou men xor
L're all other pajr towns delegates At loat one month's no-
dring up. a bigeu!
uc hould be civen for this purpose
The ponlition of our mail jervieo is In another place is sivca an article
. Jitttc hut satisfactory. At present from the Fairmont Bulletin comvrning
tetiCetoud J favored vvith a oa-t urn Iiistrict conventions which niftefs
btkly n,ailrtt,Juinata. A daily : r,j"u,w e.VC.-'"-n0. .!ie th"
)ail S needed tt wcetibe. require- j ,hoaM j,oM ,,,L,ir noaiinatinK c.jLTfin.
rucu4j v -v .- .-j . -- ( null-, .vim v i oi4tv iui:uu'.!i, .iiiu I lie
pim had on several route in this pirtspthat while doior thia they interchange I ho
dthe-State where therein not oac-J tlh n'S Pn the ""V n
ii u.iw. T tcr as to nnom should be suppnrtea 'of
nrt m aa r.
s. Hf L ML1A
curtli f tl.oae.5Mty ttsattuerEJsqa ,in the :attf c.s..rentioc A little
fhe Bo'i'c fy:u R d i'ltvtfltt Ju,)"4i' unnnimin v: f-a rst risiftt.
The telegraph brings welcome new
of the safe arrival at Cork. Ireland, of
the two schooners, Pamlico and Ben
son. These vessels are tbo firt ever
loaded with grain at Chicago fur for-
eicn ports, and the successful issue o( j
thevoy.ige greatly elites Chicngoarn
who now propose to compete with '
New oik in the gram carrying trade.
If the Welhud Canal could bo en
larsred to accommodate vessels of a
thousand toaxcar-acity, Chicaco would '
hold the key to the cram trade ol the l
north West. At present only vessels I
about four hundred tous can pas? '
through, and this is hardly nr-iaf- l
Ii-a-t difficulty in learning it.
Least skill rctjuired to use it.
Ieast labor to work it.
Iast care to keep it in order.
Least trouble to change iu
Ieast changing required.
Does tine work equal to any other.
Does heavier work than other.
Does heavy vork easily.
Dees everything well.
Does nothing il! or gmdringly.
Justifies the praise it everywhere
A few dys' trial solicited
II. II. JMI9iA!KTrv. AfmU
W. L. VANALSTYNE
VJEU IZ.LSK!. ;
Lime, Tarred Paper, Etc-
And every Article usually kept in a First C!a- Lumber YarL
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE ANT BILL THAT CAN BEGOT
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
And ever thin. el-. m chat Line.
Canned Fruits in VarietY.
toiii:i o v vui.xjt.
Pr-h Ligjir Borfrom ' Atttflbj
Brewery, ocii.taiitiy on haml.
RKD CLOfTD. Jfllll.
H.' '? r i '
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t-Ain, MINL-tL IV" 4l vx " '" -'. DRUGS, STATlONaRY
BOOTS & SHOES
PI'BE INK.- A LigruRr.
CIGARS, MATCH EiJ.
To to pill th ant- of every UcJy
We wish to tall the attention of tlw
I. W. TILLEYS,
1. St PENSION SURGEON.
J U QUIA.
unlit k ZSTZi
Attorneys at Law.
Office 3-1 door South of Court fiou-c BEDCLO VD. .... NEB.
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