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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1874)
TH"BEO CLOUD CHIEF.
WEDNESDAY DEC. 1G, 1871.
C. L. MATHER,
Congress convened on Monday, th!
7'h, and immediately went to work.
Fcvcral measure were introduced be
fore the President' nicshoge was re
ceived. The PiOiiticm's Message has been
received, and appears to be about up
to the average of similar documents
from tic same source. It U too long
for publication in these columns, or
even to giro a ynopeis. It opens with
a reference to the general pro.-tration
of business, discusi&j the currency
question, advocates a return to specie
or hard money basis and is in favor of
free banking, etc. etc.
The Lincoln Journal has been giving
"fits" to the clerical gentleman who
writes hip name Tibbie?, with tf.e pre
fix of "Rv." This individual en
deavored to kick up a row with the
State Aid Society and .bucccedcd in
'raising a difcoid that has done
more injury to Southwest Nebraska
than the grahoppcr plague iiself.
Rev. Tibbie is an csigccrated spec
imen of a class who, full of blind 2-a!,
act and evidently think that even the
"Plan of Salvation" could have been
improved if left to their management.
Rev. Tibbies wanted to run the tlis
distribution of supplies so for ad his
countywas concerned. It would give
him a glorious opportunity to build up
a pergonal popniarity, and make him
the big man of the Valley. Only two
trivial little things prevented him from
a realization of his hopes. One was,
the people who knew him distrusted
his motives; the other, wes the Aid
Society took no Mock in him. Then
T'bUles with the prefix of "Rev."
spread his grievances over a vast sur
face of paper and .cr:t them forth to
the world lie made j-tatemcnls so
utterly improbable, as well a devoid of
truth, that tr.e rnoit charitable con
clusion t that be is not oF sound
mind. 11 is letters have been published
far and wide, and wherever read have
been an injuiy to nie cauac of the
destitute and fcuflcring.
If he is worth vour ammunition.
1 "Journal, ir'vc him another broad
fiue,j (j1(J j,COj,c wi, heartily in-
l"'witi r nrfii'ln frnm flio
Brownvillo -;tT C0$ajns so
much good, mmii, aud -3 fc0
applicable to many bUious towns
and embryo cities that
Neuriha City, we are iriformjn
some of the lcadim; citiz.'KS ih,n
there, will give a heavy major i'?
against the railroad bond proposition.
"There is a tide in the afi'aiis of men,
which, if takon at the Hood, leau on
to fortune." Thi- :iplioii-ni i.c jutt as
true in regard to towns and cities, as
it is to men. And the great misfor
tune to men, towns and cities often is
they can't see further ahead than the
end of their no-es, and to they let the
S au-picious time to strike for fortune
and pro?ici!ty pas, without realizing,
iitil too late, that the wmuitn; card
jiaiKcn wnnin tneir reacn. J ms i5
applicable ot only to Nemaha City
but to all olter place, but it may not
be that by votbyj tl,e?e bonds she will
do more good for "hnelf than vote
them down. We wilht otrer extend
ed arguments for or ajaiast the
proposition, or to convince vmaha
City or any other city as to the phv.
cr course for them Jo pursue in the''
matter. Rut we will indulge in a few
reflections superinduced by what we
know about railroad corporations
We have seen little towns put on
airs and dictate terms to railroad com
panies. These terms being dually
obnoxious, are never accepted aud on
ly serve to make the railroad company
the enemy of the town. Then we
have seen the ears go rattling by the
town that put on airs, without even
whistling, to a town of their own bid
out at some feasible point just far
1M I . t -
cuough from the said town that put
on airs to kill it dead as a luackerel.
Sometimes the people of a town that
has cut off its nrse to spite its face,
after they see what they have done,
can, by heavy pay in depot grounds,
&c, induce the railroad company to
give them a statiou, but it is very
seldom that a tovru gets so valuable a
thing as a railroad without paying
dearly for it cheap in the long run,
however, either by giviqg county or
precinct bonds We have heard it
paid by some ineoniderste men, '0,
the road is sure to be built, and it
can't missus." That is not correct,
for a railroad can uus or hit anything
it pleases to. But suppose it ucan't
miss us," it can run its cars by "us'1,
without stopping aqu compel l'us" to
pay tribute to one of the towns just
above cr just beJow "as," and there
by rein "us."
When jjeoplc. think they have the
"dead wood1' on a wHJroad company,
they are alwas sadJyjBKStaken to their
own great detnuvnt. Then the
mafal which may bo incorporated in
our few remarks above is maic a
friend of,'nd keep en the good de
of the' railroad
' The Falte City Journal cJatnes for
that town the tarpeft hotel in the
State outside of Omaha.
Alo says :
I'ngilNtn on the rampage, two
figliL-j at bloody rotv this week fisticuff-,-
shilJalahs and other projectiles
freely used. No one "badly damag'd,
ari'l no arrets.
The Wyoming hotel at Omaha has
been closed. Cause too high rent.
'I he Harvard Advocate has come
as an illustrated paper in a recent
number had a large cut of the "Ccn-
tcnial" building to be built at Phila
delphia. The Grand Iland Times says :
A correspondent writing to the
Prexs, j-ay-j that a hotel in Kearney
had received flour from the aid society,
and a-ks ''if tho-c are in need who can
afford to run a boarding-house?"
The I'rt thinks all the hotels in the
city are in need and that the aid
society is but doing a favor for the
boarders, in furnishing the hotels
almost anj'thing that is eatable.
The Comroi ioners of Gac county
have engage-! Hon. N. K. Griggs, of
Beatrice, to accompany Judge Biiggs.
vf Omaha, to Wa-hington, to attend
to the interest of that county in the
B. k M. lmd tax cae, which is to be
argtitd in the U. S. Supremo Court
on December 14lh.
Falls City has a mammoth porfc
facking establishment, which is pay
imr out over $1000 per day to the
fanners of ti.e surrounding county.
Alvin Bal!,V)f Sarpy county, has a
cluster of sixteen line apples which
grew on a ten inth limb of a young
tree in his orchard,
The hoys at Rrovmville, Neb. arc
skating on the Misuti river. The
river mut have closed early or that
climate is naturally liion. frigid than
Brownville has organized an Auxiliary
Aid Society, and so mo of ,thc be-t
citizens of that city are identified
II. 0. Minick, of Nemaha county,
was thrown from a wagon on Monday,
of last week, and seriously injured.
The Nebraska City Chronicle is very
bitter against the Superintendent, of
the State Insane Aeylum. The only
trouble appears to be the inability of
Dr. Stewart to provide for double the
number of patients than the building
Dr. Converse has recently been in
terviewed with regard to extending
the".M. P. railroad through Polk
county, Neb., and be has agreed to
do so if the county will" vote $74,000
to aid in the construction of said ro'ad.
On last Saturday morning constable
Geo. I). Noble at rested J. Fred Steph
ens for larceny. By some hook or
crook, slipped out of the constable's
hands and made his escape. From
the reports that are in circulation
I'rcd seems to be an old offender, not
inly in this county but in Otoe. Tak-
'm&tlrt; general tone of the citizens
's an evidence of likes and dislikes,
"cteaftM. we would advise Fred to
make i,im.elf scarce about this town.
The Ivcatroy p,css advocates the
election of Gc)atlock fl)r tj. s.
Senator, so doeMjiftngs.oiir,,,,,
Beatrice EiicManvcumseh Chief
The Lowell Register hasupcnded,
and is offered for sale. .
The Beatrice Etprcss is againifcythe
"caucu- system" of controlling c
A fifteen inch vien of coal Ins been
discovered near Tjeum-'eh, Johnson
county. Aaron Story found it.
Sonic very line-looking specimens of
building blocks made fioni a composi
tion whose chief part is Beatrice
anient, weic brought in last week
by McChittcnden, of York Co., who
m nufactured them, and are now on
exhibition at Souiers & Ellis' office.
It is claimed for these blocks that they
are more durable than brick (they are
certainly much handsouV,) and that
their cot is about a third less. Be
Pewit, Saline county is excited over
aulopement. Divid Wood and Miss
Lizzie CastleTit out" one night and
the-places that knew them knowthem
no more Each rode off a stolen
horse, llther an auspicious start
in life, that.
The Otoes who had been refused
permi-son to go west to Lunt buffalo
this winter, recently received permiss
ion to 0 out once more, and they
started a few days ago. Now they
are returning, Agent Grie-t having
ent word to them at lied Cloud that
the Sioux are on the Republican in
large numuers. and that if they went
out, they would probably meet with
the same luck that befell the Pawnees
a year ago.
Lo the poor Iudian 1 whither shall
he turn for relief from his twin ene
mies, war and famine I Beatrice Ex
Beatrice is to have a new flouring
will propose to make it the largest
in the State.
All from the Juniata Gazzettc:
Mr. Losee write! D. H. Freeman
that he will ship a car load of coal
here if the freight be paid by. the Aid
Let our eastern readers smoke this
in tfcflr tlti Tlif frninvsi nF
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'Adams Co., Xcb., were this week
plovini thcirround for sprins seed-'
inz, and it is now the 4th of Decs
It is a burning shame that thhatd
working men who labored qn the St.
Joe, Hastings aral JeruAftlem railrpad
rrncl- i?n nftt trot their itav. and wo !
hear that they do uo;-ti hich males
it pretty hard lor some ol tliem these;
On Monuay of th. week, several
ii:i i"niif; mi xriiui ilimi miuii .iii;i
supplies-, which were to be furnished
by the State Aid Socitty, but failed to
arrive. They were oblighed to go
back with empty wagons and very
discouraging ncw.s to the many needy
ones in that county.
The people of Juniata attended a
calico neck-tie party at Academy Hull
last night The attendance was go"d
aud the dancing superb. The pro
ceeds weie donated to the Aid Society,
and amounted $11.
At a late setsion of the District
Court in Saline County, K. S. Dixon
was fined fifty dollars, for sending a
threatening ietter to 0. F Kliis.
Mr. Little of Gage county and Mr.
Martin of Webster county pas-ed !
through Orleans-, Friday on their an
nual hunt after the bison. .Mr. Little
is one of tho largest farmers of Gage
county,' as is Mr. Martin of Webster.
I lope they will call again. Oilcans
The Lincoln Journal is resdonsible
for thfc-three following items :
The Grange Iievitro published in
Salem, Neb., has met with a mi-for
tune. The editor, Chidwick. took it
into his head to run off, which he did,
leaving the citizens of that once hap
py town to mourn his sudden departu
re. This man Chad wick was arrested
a few nights since in St. Joseph, while
filling the novel capacity (to him) of
detective, and now rests in tho "cool
cr. Cob IT. M. Van Annan, known
from one end of the State to the other
as the "'cheekiest" man in the com
nionwealty, leave? for California to
day, Yan is a jovial, genial fellow
and if it wasn't for his extreme bash-fuIIno-s(V)
would have been a repre
sentative man of Nebraska years ago.
We wish him a safe and pleasant
journey, and hope that the salubrious
climate of California may prove beue
Ccial to him in many ways.
I'ol. Noteware, Immigration Agent,
has Vist made an order for five thous
and D"v maps. They will have all
the Liter towns and surveys on these
maps. A new feature the Colonel in
troduces Wo theo maps is starting
from New York and runing west with
the tier of States, embracing Nebras
ka, and thosavest. From New York
he gives the gttit trunk line raihvajs
to Chicago, and ihcnce to Nebiaka,
undin his inmuctioHa has thc-e rail
ways madt' promihi.t and in different
colois, and then all over our State he
lias the railroads con." out more dis
tinctly than on the o'l maps. This
makes a vait improvement in the ap
pearance and utility cXijm maps.
RiVEitTON, Dec. 10, isT-i
Editou Chief : By th rule of
Oraculum, that is the stgo- Poe, Jv
tween Chaos and Kivertou, a ton.
man of ours had been presented, bv '
.i ii o . .i i i . i
the Aid bOdCty Ol that place Wltfi a
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iuui ,..m.-u uoii. vjiiis.-., 4u ila b
poetical tenuency, took ouene at th,
affair, and tries to give expression to
his disapprobation in tho following
In these grasshopper times,
With all its hard rub ;
"fis in Nature unkind,
Destrovim: all our grub :
While prince, poor, and peasant,
Niintu uimiiiu-enoumi ;
Our town's latest present t
It a four-pound LVdif.
It'Fred's Young Lady.
1v Lynx Eve.
'Hierc is aVuentable s-ireity of ro
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so far as religious vewspapcrs and
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of the standard religions newspapers
of the day. The New York Olservr,
undoubtedly, the largest circulation,
and is the larcest in size of any paper
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devoted to religious matters and the
oth r part to secular readme;, and
each department forms a complete
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Centr! HoteliOmaha Xcb." i
Guide Rock i- a thriving liu.Vplace
near the east boundry of thus county,
iiim nt fnp hft-jf ranrirva mini fwintv
live in that place ami vicinitr, and
, araoB ihe.w "'' many fnend
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i iiiiurii iiima hhi uva nvviy iui 'oere,
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: ty, it tint ot valley, and the ijitural
necessities of the people pill osiori
a large trade at that point. -Among
the business men at tho
present time we find the following :
A I. irhiip line n crlrrk ?f, .kM. ,C
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the town site, where u keu: a Inn
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siuoi. ui general uiercnanui'. SUUCil
to the want-j of the peoj.lk Mr.
(Jarbcr has been m business fir some
jears, and has buiit up a goJl trade
based upon lair honorable dealing.
Mr. M. Straton, la aNo encted iu
, the general merehanli-e inw, and
keeps a choice, select srock wllch he
deals ou' at fair prices.
Ot.s L. IJ.tttles & Co are di!er.s in
hardware and agricultural implements,
j and have done a large businessdunng
i the past year. 1 heir reputation as. an
honorable firm is well oiabIibjd.
'Will. McBViiffe ha i a harner shop,
and being a skillful workman, doCa a
fair business in that line.
Al. Jjjthrop is the ' village black
smith" and is doing well.
Iiuru Sloan, who is ready at all
times to put up a prescription, or sell
a bos of pills.
A. G. Owen has- a wagon and paint
shop, for the convenience of the
people, and finds plenty to do, being
a good mechanic.
Wm. Sabin, and A. M. Talbort,
each at their respective places stand
ready at al! times to take in the way
faring man and' the stranscr, and
provide lor their temporal wants at
Mr. .ludsOll lUily is the villa,'-
sehoolmaster, and .Mrs. Lat'iu is at
present conducting a sing'ng school.
Will. Mcliiide keeps the G.iido
Itock, poor-house and lunatic ay-ylum,
at least so says our informant, aud he
ought to know.
We want a regular correspondent
from that place, who will send in the
items eve;yweck. Who will do it.
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davs aud Fridays. Leaving .luniitu,
at fi a. At., on Tuesdays, Thursdays
MlSJ S. A, JilllVMis'A,
Would respcetfulty iaftrm tho liadicjofjRod
Cloml aal Ticinitr Uist i ure
parodto rxeute ardor for
PLAIN SEWIHG.of all Kinds.
On hand and far talra fiae iwrrmntf
Miss S. A. tIUNSELL,
RED CLOUD, - - A EH.
A'T?AXr T VI'PV
Au S. Weff
Has opened a Grs cla.3 Livery
Stable at Red Cloud, where at all
,:-- n rr.A , :
-"'' - AUUUA &4VJW Uil
SIN'GLE AXDVDOUBLE RIGS
To be found in the S e'
k , C.ri vt os t n.n - aLILLLLLLLHaw baLH
jOflfew at J Tr-f of cASkffi.nl JJOHIO GzXlfG, PmVSkrr. -trH Trrmptly arad torrect- tfHAFl
ZaZ . (L l7t4 &,x Mte, New York. J? tak; 4fe- , 1
lk.1 '-' X CD CLOUD, ?SRAS.l. ML "
jr & Jlr Entire
'La Cklru;;NtUn;c.'Ur4. Uwa.'
BANK 3 R.
HASTINGS. - - - NEBRASKA.
r.xcbi' i-.:h t,lil on aH
-i m.a.HB wmm. fc. i ; i: .-mAkf bs& a mi it
flkA I . il C. . k tiui tLrtWSMik
.r -- . -- .- -
PfltTVTV A Vh CPllnnr lriVrk
V ' A- 4 ' - V IIV7l4 UV' IV
lions' hi and Sold.
Rfftrmcr iff 1
n. K. Auw. l'n-Wu Vk tV. X.4MM.1
v M . m lit-.. v. w-t
I , , . m . . . .
.. ii. jiocm. izcamimmiri-um .tutawii ommK.
i a,m. uikMUHMtf. vawwwr ratrtoo .Mincu
i?'S Wm UwU".,.J
I ? C . i..r '.
C- LtsiHUtK v.n. clerk Spiior Onurt. Uma
Tho uadxnrfsned hM Jtyt cmiltt hi?
N K W H U 1 L I) I N CI .
Awl furni!fcI it with KuU Supptj f
, L,RY GOOrte.
BOOTS, SHOES. FA.VCV
I mt pt to Mil ai LOU as die L0W86T.
ci-(all and xamiae Utr you-tf.
usic fo? Schools,
Ve ?irprtirnlar attention to th elHt
l ,g ui wUh their order- need onl) t4to
what Um of ntunitf they dnnr. un wr tle
firo, and we will euaranM. to make them a
CiET TUE BE-T.
! The RwtXu-SihcolSinKinellk:
I Pair IlehiMj. .. ......Friee.J 00
uir.-Mius ijuii rrire,
mo :: tinno iiitruetir;
IVterV Klwtie I'rlec, 3 S
llie lut Herd Orpnti (ttruetor:
Kinkel'c.Nfw .Mu hod Ffiec. 2
The Het I ndraclor for ihi Voir:
lauldeii' school fr the lice .l'rie, 3 80
i ne !)( uuuar intruet"rt
I WornlFfUui'tAr. .. !Yt. 1 30
fcedKtck't oiHplet Methixl PrWlod
VahliiUrd antl wail&l.pmt jmij, 6
- iWHr j. i i-ii'i k jt.
99 BECADwAY, K. 7
Corner 1st Street and Hastings Avenue.
Keer on Iinsil at nil time the bet Liquors,
Wi'ie mid Brer.
Krrythins of the bo auailty the market
vr:rriii;4i.s u uix.Mi.ur.
avaaI, r.xD AyviiJSiB.
All baiiso t;itly ntlendtd Ut atnl all
irrepotidcno prumptly ar.werel Spei
att nlwn icivontn iymotit of tax Jl. Cdlc-
iinn v Hwil ICuie PractUc.
0. D. PROOTOU. Ii:oiRiicroH
wm7l J- n.n"
TbTmvef Pubife findli Htef.
be Crt daw in every repet.
BjrCurritzc nir dally Ie4rJre. the
eiiarenlsitalioa n the L J iD.ll K. Jt
Maxwell & Dingee
Wish t infrrm the public that thy lu
made exienwre preparation toumcafactar
Lime, and will keep on band a
tntnettb demand of the public, wbleh
ill be sold at -ranable rate.
ecuiembcr Hie Place
-Fire mile wet of &! CleuC brids on
THE CHRISTIAN AT WORK.
"nic t.tst KELiniocs rApr.a"
A Choice of
nurntnatMi PonMio T Twelr
M br HeoJ-riiel. 'li -JxlO$ in., J
ju wrb Chromo, TnnTri.f
after Under. Price 5
udirk tKrtze, o extras of any
krod. VTHut "premiaa 53.-0 3 year, j
, wwieniEnig aon an otfar tariaij acu become ifK.
l iff"y a?I?i?K?. Bo-:BeaiT;r,.. I x. .ilH,. r.B
A AC ,w
Asiricas Art 7sju '
Pracctus l;r Slaht Year.
Ttf x Art Jocs uOr Astanto,
LV CtlMt OfT."
T.h- 9Mt(r f a tjwUr roeluw r Vkfe
f rj.r-eti-B f the rrwI'wH ,f "
rrn. artfai. Hm atyj besn tin.
wt m.mr &tteMpU hn Wo twuN 1 ?wk
' ". ?.. -!' t.
leMiMirr t taIV a t hml. 4
i t..r lk tr ft S Jeiw i .w-
. . , . ,, .
I ted U Uhe un f bis . i n
pr)er apprw lalin f th aI
4 ability t wt t rtiwwB, lw punnca
mm tallied. wMi raUmU-m im IU pHrt
aMt k wH wn srl artWaod o
THEALDINK. wWIc brt wit all itfc
rct)aritr. hu non ef tie ttntnu? ar
hi'h mt ehn irtW T rtl:y
Piiftdl"I- U U an cUsnmt leJlar f
pure, licbt. and jraeetut Hleraturo t ' a
clltlun of tturr. tfe" rnren tthmtm rf
urti'ttc aVitf. tn bUek and whlt. AUhiHiih
eaeh uelie number fltir. k fresh
pIeAure it iu frieiHl. tho nm rIueaad
bAatyifTUK ALIUNKI!I b. uiyl ap
preebte.1 after it i bound upl th time of
the year. While other publlealt' ny
claim uprirehapue.. a comprl 'U.
riHl of a Mmilar laM.TUE ALllNL w a
untjue and ori.-mI canceptloualeoc ad
unapproaohe! absolutely wllhiyit cofi;pei
tien in price or character. The prQei-vf
a eompleto volume can not duplicate th
lutntity of tiue paper ami eu:ravinjW'Ja an
other thapo or number of olutue for ten
tlMltoU; attd tHen, there U Ilia ehront .
Tho naina! feature of THK AbDINf
mut be taken in no mrrow cn'e. True ar
la eu'mwpotitait While I'lUJ AL31 5 1 a
strictly Atuerienn inrUulmu, it doe not
unfiueiUelf entirely to the reproduction of
uitlvo art. Iu tui'sion U to cultirAto a
broad ami appreetativo art tate, one that
will dUoriminu'e unly oaBrouudgof Intrinfip
uierit. P.a. hi!t? plaeitur bef 10 ho pat"
rn t THK UI N K. a a lettditu ohuMot
erWtie. tho prxluottoii r tho moUv notod
American nrtfau. attention "ill alwoy be
. givru to peiirn irtim trcli:ii
snrMn,r ktt n ' ,,
and inMiuetum obtainable from homo or
foresiu iOtree. j
The arlNtio illutratloti of American
teonery. oriKluat nith FllE All)lX; 1 an
important feature, and iu tuasnlStenl platen
are of a alio wore appropriate to the otif.o
tory treatment oldoUiI than oau be afford
od by any inferior pae. The judlciuu iu
t Mpcndon of land eape, marine, fiiturv. and
animal ubjwt. utnlti an unabitp'l inlnr
ct, fmplUe whero tho icopo of th work
confines tho nrtist ton etuioly to a inlo
stjte of lubjeet- Tho literature ofTUH
AhlMNK i n Hfthtan'i uraeeful awmnpani
ment, woithy of the urti!lc featuro. with
niili urh t lioiottt dtaiuhittwia a do not
lotetferr Willi the pular interwl fifth
PH2MIUY ?0R. 1875.
Kvwy aubwriber for 175 will receive a
b!itiul j.Mril ,M,it ,-d r. of the ;iim
uobtp d-c whM pivr" In a fonaer Imub
altraetiMl to itiurh at'ntion,
"MAM'S UNSELFISH FRIEND"
will l6 wtp'n In xvyytHmL' rutylxHly
luv'r iien a Iic. and the portrariVWr-.-nl.,!
m trur to th life, that it reeia theW,T0
. fc-" -.
prcB"8 nf (he nil mil lUflf. Tho
De Witt Talmac- t'U thut hh'own JfeW
fxtindlnml d p -the Snowt In iSrftgkfyn) bark
at it! lbHi i naiurat. nojatie whosee
thi premium rbroiito rjll have the illshtut
fear ofbetnc Mtten.
H ide th r'tn. every advance -uberlb-ortvlUK
AMI'Kfr 1S75 U contItute a
Member, and rntitlcd to alt the prlvltpea of
Aidinu Art Union.
Th I'll ti on lhorl5l aU oi all TIK
Al IUNK picture hie'i wit'i 'tbr pafnt
irir and enrais aro to be dttribu&nl
amAne th- rnewbi To-every perie ofoT
uWeribr. 10) di(Trfnt pite, 'valiml a:
over fiVft are diitrittutr! a oii as the
rit i full, nnl the award of ewh nrl a
at irtxvle. are to be publl nI in the next ru
eneiiinK tMueofTIlK AI.DINK. Thi feat
ur only applies to ubMrlbtr who tuy for
one yar in advnn-e. Pull particular' In eir
cular rent on application cnelo'ing a tatnp.
Cm Sub:cri?:!:, aatStliaj lo TH2
AtnHTSesa ysar.thc Chr:n:aai th:
' No easrie fr rmrtnm
p(uiru ropiri r TIIK .t,XtNr.
TRX AI.DlVfwIH. h.rrtr. . obtsJn
abWonly Irr -WHptfon. There will U r,o
r-lud mr Uih a ; t'U. for Ofwnpt.,M
rsfit HM t th; p-ibllfh-r? dir-t. ar
hnl t tlte !! fanriuw. wi'hout tvt po
rlMMty to li pBll-hfr jep! in eas
whr- th- tu(lryt(! ) it-n ,?-x the
thefti I- Mznatum of Jac4 .crro.
Any rTn witlnr t. a-t pwpanntly a B
rvnl caf3.ir will rt-'Mtv full n4 pronjpt
I&fonaation by applying to
. THE a'LDLVE COMPANY,
rS Maiden Iine, " York.
Red Cloud. Nebra ka.
JOS. C. WWRSER, - - Proprietor
7J ij Hotel if ectirely new. barfsr h
bant fc praeaneuvB. cj fj stud up wltli
BOARD BY THE DAY &3VEEK
At reasonable ratcf.
BLE ibd4J f trirrin&M.'
5r n it-w r
- f ' I LI J OA,
ft 3TARY PUBLIC.
! . - ' -I ujililK LI
! " a
SfiHKtl tttttli'.o w.il
thirj oi lee! ir fl
tmnspiriitg in thi-
-f)uitM5 "tlfft turning M-
kiLhr fr the ucWFwf ik H
l'.irty. 7' .
The intercAtfl of Iiiitirr.
looked after, and the tmbm
the co operation") of uR wfc.
cc SoutliwcX Nchriefcn
hro and cnterprii-ing rit
this end fornMi 'atunuoti '
oureos and Curwb85:f ib-bej-t
locatiotiM Mill vjw:, an I
evorythrnjf, hxt wJH trn 1 t
A. portion of ouro4lirap4 wi' '
Toted io cntertwhins arvl rat'
eotM rait tor ftr fataiJy rswHs.
- AK ho arc mterctci in aa ;
wiJe-aaraV, Krely, focal rww ;
jKbKhetl in the HepabF-a ailJ.
cunotira. ijjiH W Ji
nt the iturlitit mtot M
are iafiiexi to eMpHhrTiii: ( if I
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