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ITBEiiEO CLOUD CHIEF.
JWEi KESPAY JAN. 13, 1875.
Lincoln, Jan. Oth 1875.
The Legislature convened on Thurs
day at 2 o'clock nad each house im
mediately proceeded to organization,
which was speedily effected.
The Senate was called to order by
Mr. Chapman of Casa Co., and D. H
Wheeler was nominated and elected
as temporary Secretary. Hon. N. K.
Grigg?, of Beatrice, and representing
the Twelfth District, wca elected
President of the Senate, by unanimous
vote. The following named officers
were elected :
Secretary. P. H. Wheeler, of Cass
Affcislant Secretary, C. L. Mather,
of Wcbiter Co.
Scrgant-at-Arai3, L. A. Stebbins,
of Pawnee Co.
Door Keeper, C. E. Hine, of York
Engrossing Clerk, Geo. F. Work,
of Adams Co.
Enrolling Clerk, J. W. Conger, of
Chaplain, Rev. Clias. McElvy, of
The President appointed Mr. Ilarlan
of Republican City, postmaster of the
The House of Representatives elec
ted A. G. Hastings of Lancaster Co.,
After tho preliminaries, Edwin S.
Towlc, of Kichnrddon couuty was elect
cd Speaker by uuanituous vote of the
The officers of the nou80, arc :
Chief Clerk, Geo. L. Brown, of Put
Assistant Clerk, J. F. Zcdiker, of
Sergeant-at-Arms, John W. Man
uii, of Pawnee county.
Assistant Ssrgcant-at-Arm9, E. G.
Huff, of Thayer county.
Enrolling Clerk, Miss Sarah Funkc,
of Lancaster county.
Engrossing Clerk, S. P. Jonos, of
Chaplain. Rev. Geo. Alexander, of
Fridfcy nftaraton, a joint convention
was held, to receive tho Governor's
Mcgsngc, which is tho longest doou
went we ever saw, so far as wo can
remember, comment upon which we
will uiako in another plac?.
The Governor read his Message in
clear, di&tinct tone, which was lUtoned
to, with close attention, but few siens
of weariness being perceptible. Tho
day was fearfully cold, for which reas
on but fow persons appeared in the
galleries. To-day both houses
adjourned, the Senate until Monday
afternoon, and the House, until Tues
We have had fevcral very pleasant
interviews with the in-coming Gover
nor, and wc predict a very successful
adninij-tratiou on his part.
Master Seward, is attending closely
to his studies, and wo understand
leads his classes in nearly if not all the
branches he is pursuiniug.
Last Friday was ouo of the coldest
dayti we ever saw. Tho thermometer
ranged from 23 to 30 deg. bulow aero,
which to say the least is "some cold."
Wc rather liked this, for our State has
set out to beat tho world ou every
point and if we have got to havo a
"spoil of weather" let it Lo worthy of
question, is, of conrae, tho great theme.
of talk atftS'&Ktinti&D, and ir would bo"
a wicc man indeed, who could predict
with any certainty who will ba tho
winning man. Of ouo thing wo aro
certain, tho list of aspirants contains
the names of soino of the best men of
the Stato, fand.it is certain that, if taken
from that list, the next Senator will
be a worthy representative of the
Wc" shall endeavor to keep tfce
readers of Tue Cm ep informed upon
all legislative matters which havo any
bearing upon their general or local
The Governor s Message is by far
too long for publication in this paper.
It had beca cur intention to give a
general synopsis of its leading features,
bat. Sad that to be impracticable. J4
is a well written document, and in the
main practical, and full of conmon
Atrdrrwj k rswived. It was writteu by
TW typbofrapktcil erk is a very
THO GUIS3 I0C2.
Guide Rock, Jan. 1st 1875.
Wo had the pleasure" of listening to
a lecture from our County Superinten
dent, last Tue.-day evuninr. Hi? sub
they had been repaid for attending,
The subject was handled in a manner
that it would be impossible to czcel !
He folly convinced hid hearer?, tbit
their lives must be a scene of constant
conflict. But his assurance did not
discourage them, for he ako convinced
them that only passing through euch
a conflict, can euccees in life be attain
ed. Tho lecture musr prove particu
larly beneficial to the younger portion
of hi3 hearers, which consisted prin
cipally of thoic attending school.
And now, let me eay a few words to
the scholars. You aro all awaro that
tho lecture was delivered for your
particular benefit, not for u?, who
have grown old in tho "conflict."
Remember you aro preparing for
tho conflict, and your succsa will corre
spond with the amount of energy you
exhibit in tho preparation. Your
preparation is going on in the school
room this winter. If you encounter
obstacles without fear, and remove
them with a firm hand, your success is
certain. The obstacles which I speak
of arc found in the various studies you
aro pursuing. You all know you take
a delight in nolving problems, which
at first appear so very difficult. And
you must own, that the more difficult
the problem, the greater the triumph.
If once j'ou rcmovo an obstruction
from your path, you will not be troubl
ed by another of equal proportions.
You must endeavor to command the
respect of your follow students. The
sure way to do this, is to riumph over
Thorc is a prizo in the dim future
for every ono of you. You are all
striving for it, I cm sure. You have
just commenced traveling toward it.
Obstacles are in your path. Do not
flinch iu tho "conflict." Faco these
obstacles with a brave heart. En
counter them. Demolish them, and
remember every time you are success
ful, you are gaining now strength.
Tho next barrier, will bo passed with
greater case. Your success com
mences now. Your pathway may be
strewed with victories. Victories
such as these. Tho respect of those
around you, becauso you havo the
courago to faco difficulties. Praise
becauso you have been successful.
Honors because you deserve them.
Try and accomplish something during
life, that will bo remembered long
after you have passed from tho stage
of action. You must all die sooner or
later. Would it afford you any pleas
ure if you could only know, that you
would bo remembered after death ?
You may bo forgotten. Forgotten.
Ponder upon Ibo word for a moment
You do not liko to think of it. It is a
harsh word. It is a cold word. It
is an icy word. You cannot bear the
thought that soon all memory will
You would like to be remembered.
Remembered. There is consolation in
the very word. Your departure
from this world will be made pangless !
if you havo the assurance, that you
will bo remembered. You can gain
this assurance. Perform somo deed
worthy of remembrance, and the
world will not forget you. Yoa arc
now preparing for the performance of
this deed. Improve every moment,
or your life will be only too short foi
its acooinplLshiuonU ---
?BCC32DISGS0? aSSfcOUSCT C522-
January 4th 1S75.
Met pursuant lo adjournment.
Full Board present Minutes of hst
meetings, read and approved. School
Tax of Wm. G. Love, ordered stricken
from Tax List
The following official Bonds were
Peter McNitt Justice of the Peace
Red Cloud Precinct, L D Thoaas As
sessor Batin V Wm Leetsch
' Oak Creak G P Cather
" Harmony "AM Clark Con
stable Oat Creek predact, Andrew
Kinoaid Road Supervisor Road Dk't
The following accosat aadited and
J A Talleys, salary $100
S W Printing Co Stationery $15,35
H S Ka&y, rent &c $53
Tho Treasurer is hereby ordered to
receive 'from D S Gray, Trustee far J
N Converse k Cix .$l.50a00 in fcUfor
all taxcin interests aud penalties ee
the folbwiug described landst, for the I
jtpms 1873 k IST4, and receipt in fuK
, -.t,. . ... . .
was "Conflict." The Echool , 2D-1-1 1, all of 1-2-3-4 & 7-1-12, E
was crowded, and at tho close M"J- " i'J-i-J-, anoni-i-i
lecture, all were nikfied that -" - ';';
te aae. ProTidg MaufJu "Zlu
ury within ninety days from date, and
providing further that not more than
1,200.00 shall be paid hi warrants on
the different funds: W 22J-1-9, w
a 13-J-n. Si i-i-i-u. E j 17-i-u,
E 1 20-1-11, E 3 2C-1-U, w i 24-1-
1, w I 23-1-11. E J 2G-I-11, N E i
I ? - w -
w 32-2-9, N 1 3-1-2-9, W J 10-2-11,
N E 14-2-11, N W 14-2-11,
all of 22-2-11, W 26-2-11, ail of 24
-2-11, NJ4SW 32-2-11, N I
The Board thea adjourned sine die
J. A. Tulllts, Chairman.
Jan. 5th 1875.
A regular pession of tho Doard of
County Commissioners convened Jaa.
5th 1S75 at 10 o'clock a. in. Full
Board present. Minutc3 of last met
ting read and approved. Frank Mat
tcion qualified for tho office of County
Commirsoncr for ensuing three years.
Clerk instructed to procure a book for
Treasurer to keep account with Road
Districts. Curtb Real appointed
Road Supervisor for Road Dis't. No.
7. L. N. Edson having failed to
qualify. Official Bond of Curtis Real
approved aud ho was duly qualified.
The following accounts audited and
A M Hardy, Comr's fees, $17,00
Frank Mattison, " " $21,60
Geo W Ball, " " $14.00
E U Jones per cent on collections
The property of Uriah Beal, consis
ting of wagon, mule team and harness
was ordered placed on tho Tax List
for 1874, at a valuation ol 175.00.
The order of December 8th 187-1,
calling an election to vote bonds to
purchase seed was rescinded by a un
F Houchin Road Supervifor R. D.
No. 9, authorized to get enough old
bridge lumber to build bridge across
a ravino in said Dis't.
J L Miller, employed to put shut
ters to windows of Court House, and
fix the the door securely for the sum
of $20.00 in county warrants.
Treasurer authorized to pay redemp
tion and interest to date on tax certifi
cates on W. I Sac. lT all of Sco's 2 3 &
4 & E Sec. 5T. 1. Range 12.
Board then adjourned untill Monday
January 18th 1875, at 10 o'clock a. m.
A. M. HARDY,
J. A. Tulleys, Chairman.
Thermometer 6 dcgree3bclow zero
Jan, 4th at Grand Island.
"Siah" BloSjzctt was roccnlly
killed on tho B & M Road, being a
brakesman on said road.
Only 47 marriage licenses were is
sued iu Grand Island the past year
against 143 in 1873. but tho Times
thinks there will be at least 200 in
Tho Cedar County Advocate has
In tho Omaha Republican of Jan. C.
.Mrs. Moblcy of tho Grand Ldaud
Inde pendant vindicates herself, and
says the next "tool" will "meet the
samaif not a worao fato" than Wiley.
Tho Omaha Rep.t favors the re
union of Douglas and Sarpy counties.
Quite a shooting affair took place
in Grand Island on Monday Jan 4th.
Several shots wcro fired said to be
aimed at.Juo. Kraft by B. L. Easloy,
late editor of "Orchard and Vine
yard." Easlcy was bound over in the
sum of $ 1 000.
Xi , is reported that tho Lowell
Register is to bo resumed by F. M.
Comstocfc and that ho is to receive a
bonus of 1,000. The last is rather
doubtfull. R'd Cloud Chief.
The RED CLOUD CHIEF hr.dotttitcr;
v;c doubt not, but what ho would
doubt, that he did'nt koow any thine
about it, if he was asked the question,
lie states in his lucid ray that, "it
is reported &c." If he was in our
office for a fow moments wc could soon
convince him If ho knows how to
work that 'reported is no name for
it, aud the resuscitation of the
Register was an acomplished fact
We think any way wa dont doubt
iithat a coltpla oFbour3 resuscita
tion would make of Mather, a Lather.
We are indebted to Mrs. A"bbot
for presenting; us with a fine lot
of nice and delicate cake. We person
ally, made a feast of the dainties,
therefore thesa thauks.
P. S. Send some more, Loxcdl
We hope Bro. Comstock will gzt a
square meal toon or he will not feel
like going into the "resuscitating'
business as he offers to do. We'll
come when we have time.
THE CHRISTIAN AT WORK.
"the best religious pater"
A Choice of
TWO BEATTIFDL PREMIU&3.
An mumiaatod Portfolio of Twelve
Gems by Rendscbel, each SJeIO it?.,
or the superb Chrcmo, 'Tns Twiss"
22x2$ in., after Lander. Price $3.25
including potate. No extra.1 of any
kind. Without premium $3.00 a year.
Xien2 eeauaiircM ad czclmsr territo
TT. SwBtrles ax nrsstsxi fr- Sc&d Pctial
tmrl AfmTi-i iruro n t
A. S. EefT
Has opened a first claw Livery
Stable at Red Cloud, where at all
times can be found tho finest '
SINGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS
To bo -found inthe .West, --
Orders mag be left at the Billiard
Wines & liquors
Chevvlun, Smoking, Tobacco,
OF ALL KINDS,
Frosh LagcrBecrfrom " Antelope "
Brewery, constantly on hand.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
The best of materials used, and all
Done on short notice and at reasonable
Shop in McNitt's Store.
Red Cloud IVebrasKa.
ARCBIBALA K. KISSKAK,
1T07AB7 PITSLIC, ESAL E2TA7S.
A2S177, A27D A7CIIC1TS33.
All baine;a strictly attended to aad all
correspon Jcnco rromptly aarwered. Epecia
attention circnto payment of taxae. Collec-
i.ioni antl Ileal Hetate Practiae.
D. W. DALTQ?J, - - - Prep.
This hall h u lately been fiUed np with U
blc3 of the beat inanafsctarc.
Choice Wines.Liaaors and Cif ar at the bar
Careerist Strett art Hastiap Avcia
Keeps on band at all thaw the tott Liqnor?.
V. ineanI Ber.
Everjlhinjof taebttaalUy UiemaTke
V I C K'S
PcDLisnKD Quarxeelt. Jinasry
Number jot icd. ac retains oer
J00 Page?, 500 Egravirjjp, descrip
tions of more thaa 500 of our -best
RoTreand Vegetables, with direc
tions few Caltare, Colored Plate, etc
The most useful xrA cWgat wnH: rS
tie kind ia tbe wodi Oilj 25 ceBts I
Aediw. JAMES TICK.
k fc. km a ix -wr tv - - -,
w j --
- THREE ED1TI0K3.
Weekly, Semi-Weekly, and
KtaliH.hr4 le than ibrcaynr? oj?9 n a
IUjrer UKtrc KojjaWien I'ajKrr. r4cxtl
f la.vjt'fcin n't4'hdtb-iri,iaji r-nitix-ttin
r.f tljr NuleniU Kipnih'-'ii Par
ty. Uj?lN'TKIt-K,;.X'srcr.r:.v !ij.lw.iv
the furc'i'-m uf j"-.mItJi at aicHiturnl n
f ur vrt usprrIDttJ r thr history tf i-h
cnterprtK. . Ky uauernal aicut it hi U.en
ai.-igr.c-J ioditioa &j "" (
The Leading Republican Paper3 It, the
NOltlii V EST- t
Nutnlnnc on It io5ilir.i! chnractcrdocth'!
rXTKtt-OCt.A.t' n-t its rbiia for pojmlr
furor. It ota Rt the hixhot cxrriWae in
all Jts department". aol in tL't era of ir
Kniiir? jf.-irnuti.-rn a pi re to a pu$iiiou
itmontr tlif hcl.
Tac lXf Llt-OCEAN cakei especial clairas
Tti co!nrais r.rc carcfalljr ?narld affsict
oljcrtinat!tt matter. ani everv I'ff-ir: J mitkc
to rsdr UU Hi'aataitJ pruElaLlc eorpacy
ioa to the home fireside
1? eontlapt'"t wi'h rrot crrc. cnl ercrfbitxr
rHiS:i-i4l"u? t i aii'.Pi'.i- M UVhT I-',-1'iiftis
ft hu4 ,luF .i..u;Rs aal V,V I
XIX JMKh' of the i'yrthwcat csa ltt-LY
Ths Anricultura! Departm't
I? carefully edited by gentlemen of ability
Lc:d aai GDasral ITors,
Fcrciga tzi Ccncstis Corrcs
pcudcnso Aud everything that coca to make
A First-CLtss Newspaper
It is not excelled by any jmM'ention in the
Country. Tho lNTKlt-UC&AJi "u u
One that will be found useful end interesting
to Aincric.un in every purt tho x'c.
Whiio it tfxitciily rrprocnt. !bn Jri.i-.AT
IXTIUtKSJa OF TJ1K :-i(KTl VWf.il
is National in its vietvsnn icninpreheovive in
in its i)ev.s.K3theriii;. F:nu in iLs toiitieal
liiith. it i.- not hi trl. nud in alt tiscu-5iuJ
aims to be cmdiJ, digniticd, aud above per
The INTEH-OCEAN has lhelarfcjtnR?ro
aaio ciroubition of any nuwpapor P'iMifhed
in the lo'orthwfst. It i-t rent to mote than
0000 I'oKoQiccf. distributed in crery isiutv mid
Territory in tho Uuitcd Stales, in all the
T2E1I3 0? SU3SCSIPK01T:
By mail (payable iu advance) per year, $12 00
do !o do 3 mouths, " 00
Sunday ddition per year (extra) . ii W
By mail, per year (in advance) - - - 3 00
do club of four do - - 11 00
do cubof iix do ... V, (Q
do clnboftcn do - - - 123 lO
Onorcopy vrith every club often.
By mail per year (in advance) - - - 1 50
Club of Tour do - - - - f. (X)
Hub of ten do - - - - 12 (X)
Club of twei.ty do .... it) 00
oneje copy with every club of twenty.
" PfC 5T AfJST -. The new postage.
TWO i tnti- . Un tnkw cnot ba
lft day of January. A. D. 137.'. l:nder Una
law tho iioctaw' on ncwsimt'tis wul bo pd
AT THE Ol-' HCM WllKIlK TlthY AHl!
MAI LEI. Tb' wilt make it necM'ary fur
all yitbtcriben? r asttiU rendinz uj !uUirip
titi!! to send the m mey TO i'AY l'fT
AUK l.V AIDIWN 'i T1E sUli-CKli'-TIO.N
PIUOI;. Tho folio wins aro tho rates
to ! imidundT ihs nirw la'T:
WKKIvLY INTMt OCLVvN 15 cents a year
SKMMtfiEKLY do 13) do
DAILY do SO do-.
Special arransortK'nt1? made with country
publishers for clubbinc with their puMica
tions. Sa'iiulo cripitK trvj. Mcucy can ba
f ent by draft. ni-Miey onler, express, or rvjrij
tercd lctr, at our rtelt.
119 Lake St. Chicago
tfED CLOUD RllLLS.
Constantly on hand. All kinds of
AND BRIDGE PLANK.
All Eold Clieapfor Cash.
Call and examine lumber and prices.
m . iv.u -r hLsio'j u'i tiv ah a'tos
-rc3 'apffty erg i3r tjjj pcrs r?iroia
auui itn: -qi arr.vni J3.3
rrsrj jctjoCuoj tapviwci; jrota srri svzwa
ryc3.ia tsnrtoaiu rwtsotixinilJr
TMr.13 asstl jo m am Xq axn :os r c ai
- sqi ;o :no itinra pev da lap jfr
i:n &:c 'inarea jo stura jaidnxa jo np;g
S5i;ostmvi jnrs uoscn nKSSinJfl
-uo;cca sjns !i Tf?dTsXi2 -w'a aios
rwiJ-Pis -HHaia-soixi ioctv?o -snog
piiia w:doi7,i 'xioii; -ttijziQTtf T3r-!ra
liss iin3XeIi3 ta "IIS .
Taxrssi sswjta ct pet
jBrc2:o rtra?A Ftre Jin qiiosori,as3
e Xzfzxz jo iuan at;i stasio4 -3ibsx
ir eji:j m -prfra ro tispis 'mr
loEI vfi jo ?wsj(i xxu janarauiisi pax
csingpxrmn 3TSJ w3 -W.io ;! i
t.oocjcaoA ;o aacp ac? iZa?s jo pstntm
'tfQioSasax BJ ffutitMe3t . a
jarf 3JJI qr'Q ?50 -5il3JCtrJOirflt3
5 ani 3J- s(niX wcrtsS iiino pospas s
stajo KOpKsmTcaf -ywn art J ontiriny j
k;s:xv wna "JjrMx 'n 1 a?:i pa pyj j
-jK je ?J a? ?soi t
IfJiWB WPI mtUhU P . ,df S mnrmm
l?SKafi'lgMisa Ml lb H
s wv i ?$ aj5 tst
I&va oad, lob.
Wo wjyh to inferra the citizons of
Red Cloud that we hero a uait -toe
ofxtoda which .ve oifcr at G ranger
DRUGS, PUfiTS, w
' GlLl3, VABSISHE8 '
Abo a choice lot of
TEAS5 and T0BACC0ES,
PURE WIHES and LIGUGR3,
CSpccial altention given to Dk
Iienbiiig of Mudioiuea and Pruiortp-
We Defy ompclilion in
Quality and in Price.
J O i'3 f'J
ST A BEE
Jamina,- Adam Co. Icb
Watchmaker & Jewei!ar,
r3Pa rticular attention ivea to Ra
pairins Fins V'atcbfci uad
HOMSGPATHIC PHYSf CiftH
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
OScc 3d dcor Sea of Court Uotfee.
?fc3 Qmgmb Hnra fe & Wt
TheTJ!;rt! I Zrmlm4Um fjiidNr
tv rrtrrAao res tt bait.
Itst j i $ite tfi 3iifeimt
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NB.flM Tja &im if it.
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tkk wgoar osff ajto iu,s.
il Wf njvwi lwVl! pare
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lt!ir. iI hk .
All l(t wm?4 a ,Jl.f IA
ri 1 1 r ;o FOirr 4Sd mai. un atand w
o4 f-. at) 9tVlta ( . etfjp.
nlil ba lakaat i MnitWwM wwaiw.iootkitu,
the kimm cowAanrs
the auhsej Tan vt JouSAuor
Tht rrtanM r!iww',. !! an'y wirff
tar i W!boa'. i I id .! , -J . t .
te ! Uoal li" -.jr'. I .-u! ' i.c-
l."fs. i. aj-tb In ct;. 5 i k- .-. A
let i-t -I k'ki. i r jii if . ' . . j.fU!
I.,piJjr;fv r,!i,n iisl w.-rn .- jr te.i. r
And UowW-at r tnla n-. m.!V b-
urwt ie the n rt-- irtiwi aa4 fcw U-
M t'Mi'S fet -
l4KnMtH(n aa apiitU).
Tarw r, II. Iff u4 IT a awr
Ta bo aowaletvi ! 4 part, i l i
Ktw.a pari ttUI mtaln a cr rawHr fav.
ffcr. i rijsi.xiiy pr. cJ MB tnai faf fiatf ;
Londvn An JoanuU
at a ! vHMe AjpnKr rth..trT
mm c -cr Krara acrad
ai Ua tbaa irre
TbV3tmii aaltMia Jaii
T5 Lc:rDox as? ;:2ii
Eaa jrl ftt waHi 9 aTar. Ia
ptAte Mfr. A iHfli lU' p-. rt ajy
ittn:tnfj io t&ml f W. W.U u fftv-a
ith tlM iral prtj aa4 lb nr't.u'w 4 p
ntira wwra wilt fca antfias 9tpnmmimn
rfia"Tb AI lPr.rJ,vkki t
tew af MMMtala aauuilM aa-t Talaafei
At a Cai of 23 eftttt ai frt.
Part 1. 1 II lit Aaa J car Paatssan.
Tsie Aim JoieAi
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