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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
WBDNE8DAY MARCH 31,1875
As this Li tbc last issue before (he
election of the members to the Con
Btitutionil Convention we wish to say
a word in regard to the importance of
having oat a full vote throughout the
county. It ii not as to whether this
man or that man is elected, or that
Republicans or Democrats triumph.
These things are secondary. It is
more than probable that there will be
no opposition to the nominees of the
Hautings convention, but whether
this be so or not, turn out and vote,
get your names on the polling list, and
(how the outside world that thero is
tomebody living in Ytrcb;.tcr county.
If it should be a good day for seed
ing or farm work g"nerally, there will
not be half the vote of tbc county
polled, utiles there is more interest
fhown than there ever has been in the
past elections. It will pay in dollais
and cents ty poll a full vote. It
helps the credit of the county to fucIi
extent, to make a good showing at
the polls that we only wonder that
any man thinks that he can afford to
remain away. The election returns of
evrey county in the State arc puplish
ed throughout the country, and are
carefully scanned by business men and
in financial circles. The veriest sim
pleton cannot but know that the cred
it of a populous county is much better
than one sparsely settled, other things
being equal. But, it will be said, the
census returns will show the popula
tion. This is true, but a hundred will
watch for and read the election returns
where one will ever sec tbc census
reports. And, besides, if our asses
sors return a population equal to ten
times the number of votes cast, there
will be doubts expressed, as to the
reliability of the census We repeat
that it is not to secure the triumph or
defeat of any man or party that we
beg of the citizens to turn out to a
man, but, because it will be a person
al benefit to every voter in the county,
to do so. v
Now that spring is here, the people
generally are atoused from the de
pendency and gloini that has hunz
over the country devastated by the
grasshoppers, last year, and all arc
taking hold with a determination to
win back the losses of the past. Bus
iness is getting livelier, and the uni
versal feeling is that the worst is ?as'
- iifG uiiJi has auvauy beei
reeded in wheat and other grains, and
the breadth of of corn will be nearly
if not quite equal to that lost last
year. A large number of the farmers
wHI not be able to cultivate as much
land as they intended, owing to the
scarcity of seed, and in some cases, to
the condition of their teams. Through
the aid of the State Grange, and
private subscriptions every farmer will
have enough seed, to grow all that is
needed, for subsistence and future
Feeding, provided the season is any
where near favorable, and may have
been able to procure seed for all the
ground they wish to put into grain.
The future looks bright, and there
is every indication of a favorable seas
on ahead. Cahtnitie like that of last
year seldom follow each other two
years in succession. A season of
prosperity will canse the past to be
forgotten, and our people having
known the bitterness of alver.-ity will
be the better enabled to appreciate
the good that is sure to foMow.
Our friends who occasionally favor
us with letters for publication "must
Bot get offonded if they sometimes
fail to see their favors in print. It is
by no inpans an indeccation that the
editor thinks an article unfit for pub
lication, when he declines it. There
are many well written and worthy
letters thrown one side from other
re-sons. Some of the best letters, in
a geaeral sense, that we receive fail to
appear owing to extreme length,
others are delayed in the mails until
oat of season, and again, two or three
may come in at the same time, in
which the same subject is treated, or
(he saaae facts told. These and many
other reasons are why letters from
evea valued eorrespoadeots are often
T OK parties who are respoaeible for
the prarie f res last Tharsday, and the
eoaeeqaent distrsctipa of property lire
ia Smith ceaaty, Kaasas, aad are
kaewa. Mr. Warrea passed by them
when eamped far diaaer, aad waned
them that there was daager of getting
the prairie aa ire, bat they paid ae
heed to his remarks, aad the resaks
have teas fearfal A kdaaea ia the
air" ia a few each eases woald hare
the afeat to teach soma people good
rat Jaasta.Bfaper regard for
4kricawrta amiaakj at large.
TnE next State Fair will be held in
in Omana, Kotueiitne in September.
With the oppurtunitiea before the
people of Webster county it wHI be
strange if somebody docs not make an
attempt to place specimens of ail the
productions of the Valley on exhibitiou
at that Fair. It will be but little
trouble to make an extra effort to
rais-e fine samples of grain, and veget
ables, and it will more than repay the
cost in the profit to the prducer. The
Nebraska State Agricultural Society
is wide awake to the interests of the
State, and will in the future, as in tbc
past, do a great amount of food by
encouraging a better system of cul
tivation and improvement among the
Are wc to have an Agricultural
Society organized, and a county fair
next fall, or are wc going to acknowl
edgo that we have not the enterprise
and life that was hown two years ago ?
Our neighboring counties will outstrip
us in everything that pertains to agri
cultural and farming ititcrercsts unless
we wake up and do something for
Let us form an agricultural society
at once, and make preparations for a
county fair the present season. If it
is generally that the county is not able
to do that, let us makn an attempt to
unite with an adjoining county and
hold a District Fair. Suppose wc
propose to go in with Nuckolls county
and hold a fair at Guide Bock.
While we would much prefer to have
a society and fair of our own, we can
ce that more or less good could be
accomplished by uniting with Nuckolls
and holding a District Fair. We offer
the suggestion and would like to hear
an expression of the people upon that
What say our Guide Rock fricnd.s ?
Wm. Woodhurtt has been removed
from his position as Warden of the
penitentiary, and Capt. Wyman of
Vork county, appointed. Inspector
Gould was instructed to take charge
of the penitentiary until the newly ap
pointed warden can arrive and assume
the duties of that position.
The Lincoln Spy has gona the road
so often followed by Lincoln newspa
pers. Strange that the Capitol of the
State canuot support a Democratic
Thomas Kceler, of Cass county, was
sentenced to four years of pcuilentiary
life Jor borrowing two ha'ter., to
which, unfortunately, there were
The residence of L K. Holmes,
Lincoln, was burned last week.
The hrilepreTL thiC RaiThUs
T5y the King Bridge Company. It
will cost $10,000.
The Omaha RepnUuan fays that
the two miners from the Black Hills,
who were brought to Fort Larmie,
arc now en route for St. Louis, where
they expect to organize a company and
return by way of Omaha and Cheyenne.
Al.o, that an impostor, claiming to be
a Catholic priest has been solicting
contributions in that c'ty. After col
lecting quite a respectable sum his
character was discovered, and he was
compelled to turn over his ill-gotten
Hon. M. V. Moudy, of Lowell has
been to Washington, and returned.
A large amount of small grains has
been put in the ground, during the
past two weeks, in all the counties
south of the Platte.
The flouring mill on Turkey Creek,
Franklin county was so badly injured
by high water, that it is feared it will
be abandaned. The building has just
been completed at a large outlay, and
he bss will be heavy on the owners
and a great inconvenience to the
York county has voted bonds to the
Midland Pacific R. R. by a majority
of L'SO. This will probably insure
railroad connection between Grand
Island and Lincoln.
A new billiard hail and saloon will
soon be added to the attractions of
Frank Vancil has built the first
board fence in Blooraington.
A Kearneyite sat up all night, last
week, with a revolver in his hand,
watching a neighboring chimney.
winch he mistook for a Texan herder.
Ed Parker is no rmro prwtmister
at Central City, late Lone Tree, and
Dr. B. F. Lk has the exclusive
privilege of reading postal cards before
The ice on the river at Niobrara,
was four feet thick during the past
The bridge across the Platte, at
Grand Island, was badly danaged by
the breaking up of the iee.
Grand Island, got excited, last
I week, over the successful attempts of
Mrs. neatly to pass coaateifeit aoney,
about ainety dollars was scattered
among the nercRaots before the frasd
Howard county is excited oa the
coal qaetnn, aad has seat East for
aa expert te investigate the matter.
A 1 the v3r.se in the state which
are kaowa as cities of the irst and
pecoad ck, are cxdtad over the ap-
proacbing municipal election!. A
few of these town have a population
large enough so as to be able to find a
man for each office, in the others, one
individual will hold two or three
positions, according to the necessities
of the case.
While the family of A. C. Welb, in
Lancaster county, were at church, the
house was entered and a pocket-book
containing $459, in greenbacks was
taken. The empty pocket book was
found the next d;y. No cule to the
The Board of Rccents of the State
University wer in Session, at Lincoln
la it week. Under the management of
the new Board, we may look for on
institution worthy the name of Uuni
verity. Base Ball clubs are being reorgan
ized in various placed throughout the
State. Can't we have something new
John Woran of St. Louis visited
Beatrice looking for a site for a woolen
factor', but it appears that Beatrice
don't care fur manufacturing establish
ments. The eJacototoii House
Has lately changed hands, and U
now under the management of
T. T. "WEBB..
Who will make it the best Hotel
West of Lincoln.
He has in connection with this hotel
. ui iutyltJ
pot free of charge.
Juniata, Adam Co. Neb
Wines & Liquors
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco,
OF ALL KINDS,
Fnsh Lager Beer from " Antelope "
Brewery, constantly "on hand.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
J. Q. rOITER, I. FR1SBIE.
Red Cloud Mill's!
We are prepared to de cus
F1hp Feed nmd
Cni Ml f Sale.
ia Satisfactwa gaaraatted in
qsaliiy ef loar sold, aad custom
woac Farawra hoald be aarticalar
to aeean tke bast afaaed vWeai.
Potter & Friabie -
G. W. I)ost. CapL R- B. PBM.
DOREY V PRESMal
Real Estate Dealers,
BLOOMING TON . - . NEB.
Hare cn?t-n:ly for role a larze quantity
of choi.e lanJj in Southern Kcbnuka.
Al buy snJ fell lands on ComiaisioB and
toy Taie tor aon-rcsidtnu.
?r Attention alo ruen to the pro -n-titn
of nit claim before the loral nt ft-ncral
Land Offices, and secretary of the Interior.
THE DOMESTIC !
Lcait difficulty in learning it
Leaht skill required to use it.
Least labor to work it.
Lca:t care to keep it in order.
Least trouble to change it.
I east changing required.
Doe, fine work equal to any otbei.
Does heavier work than others.
Does heavy work eaily.
Does everything well.
Does nothing il! or grudgingly.
JustiGes the praiso it everywhere
few days' trill solicited.
I. II.JOI.VSO.TriT. .4 cent.
Energetic Agent Wanted.
Ladies, send to Chicago office for an
elegant fashion book. 2-2
AUCIIIU.ILD It. UIN'XF.AR.
NCTAEY PUBLIC. HEAL 3S7ATE.
AGENT, A:TD ATCTI03323.
All business strictly attended to and all
correspondence promptly answered. Specia
attention it'iTcnto payment of taxer. Collec
iion. and Real Estate Practice.
Dr. T. B. WILLIAMS,
jctiaaiiiy MT ilJMll'lttll,
Tenders his services to the public and
will attend to all 1'roftw-ional calls.
OGce at the Kcd Cloud Drag- Storo.
Smith & Calvert
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in furniture.
Picture Frames, Mirror,
and Under'akers Good
WARE ROOMS. OPPOSITE 'THE COURT
Omaha and. Lincoln prices
duplicated. Special terms to tbo&c
wishing large buU and the trn&r.
WOR WICK it, CO,
AND DEALERS IN
Prompt ttectioB tirea to Collaetioaa. 466-
The Hndenigneil hu jart coxplcted hit
And fsrai'hed it with a Fall Sapplr of
BOOTS. SHOES, FAXCT
I raryete te cell m LOW a the LOWEST.
.-- .-jr ty
Aa -t-Sjv aVear cw
n?trfbctha?ecj!e, a Fritai of tia
'Farar asd Izdtrji: Sacses,
'TERRY'S VICTORY !"
Glvea ta Kvrry 2 OO NntMcrlber.
Thi picture reprwl Cos. (Hirer II.
Perrr in the act of p-uitif from une hip to
another in imall open boat, durinc the heat
of the tmt'.Ic, eaposed to tho ire of the enetuy.
It Sfcasires 16 Ij 22 1-2 Iiuhes,
I artistitsPy fini-h-d in thirteen colors aad
it undoubtedly th nira U triable chroinu ev
er offer e I r a premium. SinKe copi of it
ctl at S3 W H have at a gt-at outlay -curette
exclufive- control an 1 ia.e o! it.
aud thcre'o e arc enabled to present it to our
pa'ron; a jIhjvc
Tbo rNWUIKKR still stand pre eminent
aa firsl-ela'j Newspaper. It various dc
partiuantit ailoucd t.
Asd Qsserrl News.
All (tire eri lencenf the care and pai taVen
toruiply iL reader w.th ull t&t ne- and
aad a variety of rca ifng that canuot fail to
interecteach ami every member of the house
hpld. Hubecribh hrough uuraicnU or cud
direct to us!
Wc desire n aircnt at crery Post Ofli?.
and where iKne are yet appointed, let sumo
ol our fneuJs -pply for ths arcucy.
A Dl)U ESS,
FARAN & McLEAN, Pub's,
D. W. DALT0N, - - - Prop.
Thi hall h lately been Gtted up with ta
bles ol the lit-rt inaiiufrc'urc.
Choice Vinc,Liiuo:s and Ciirs at th bar
G. I). PROCTOR. - PiioiMtiETOR,
The Traveling Public Will Cud this Hotel to
be firt cla in every rcpect.
"Carriace r'ir:s daily to HoU'iccre. the
ei arct Ution on thn St. Juo A' I). O. 11. K
Vliy Icsit Market.
MARK H. WARNER,
Has ja-t oprnrd a 3Ioat Maikct on
Web.-ier Street, next door wtith ol'
P-irkV Sho: ' )p whore he will kct)
and sell Irch meats of all kini.-'.
IHOHKSTMRKKT PRICK PAID
FOR BKKK C TTLK. HUGS,
Red Cloud. - - - - Neb.
."naiBiasDur a. m.aajtat,
T. R. LEE.
Hastings, - - Nebraska.
. Thin o tnl)lih:nent lias just been fittcl up
in roo I Ft.Ie. nnl is jut the place to enjoy
mine of l'.illiurJs.
Ihe best sujiplicj attbe bar. 49-6tn
7. SV llr Entire,
La e Cashier 1st Nat Hank. Clarinda, Io wa.l
HASTINGS, - - - NEBRASKA.
Exchange bought and sold on all
cities of the United States and Europe.
t onnty Warrant,
COUNTY ND SCHOOL RONDS
Bought and Sold.
Reftre.nct by IWntMi'on :
B. F. Am-kx. i'reside'nt Cook Co. National
N. U. Xiirse. Presi'lent First NaUonWl IUnk.
Clarimla. I tra.
J iRS Urkkh im. Onshier PaciSe National
Bank. Council Dk-flV, Iiw-
C. C'CABfKTKR. Governor State of Tow.
C. Lindirmas, Clerk Superior Court. Iowa.
e. n JOE,
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
2SSCL0?D,2SSTZ2 ZQTTJ77, 1122.
Particular attention given to Re
pairing Fine Watches and
I. W. TULLEVS,
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
OSce 3d door SoatI of Court Hou:.
Icd2sa:e C-? 3C!e Zisi of Sod Clni.
T. 7. TI23. Prcpriste.
Regular trips will be aiurle betweea
JUNIATA ani RED CLOi'D,
I shall fee pleased to earry parr
the 4aja aatnel, Iarinr Red
Cfe4 ttSAXAi Moaiajs, Weds
aaTsaa4 FridajM. Learisr Jaaitfa.
at 6 A.'M oa Tae4ar, Tharaiayt
J G. POTTER
Takes this method to Inform tlie Piblicthathe has Just
psned up a new and complete Stock of
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES.
Conittiinj t i rt of
CALICOKS. PARK. LIGHT k 1MNK.
XlKEdd TIU3IMINT.S WNlMiS. VN
COHSK-lS Jt SKIRTS, V. jl GI.O - ..N
KLKACIIKI) AND UNULKA'JIIKD MUbUNS
TABLB LINENS. TOWKWNtj.
PANTS, OVKR-ALl A SHIRTING,
KOOTS A HIIOmZH, HATS fc AF,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Toba:cos,
FLOUR MEAL & BACON-
And everything usually lept in a First Class Pry Good Grocery Store.
-T. Cr. PottCPa
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
THE CKICACO LUMBER YARD 1
Keeps conit.ii.tly on hand ths la-Rcn stock of Dry Pino Lumber in the
and all kinds of
15 II I I, a I x O M'ATERI IL,
Our dock i well .selected aud purchased direct from tho rafts, and will be
fold as low as the lowest.
NEW HARDWARE STORE !
WJIOLKSALE AND RETAIL
. JUJ3CCH :ELL &-M0IHI .RT
Have opened & new ptore and have
HARDWARE, Cutlery, .Ctrpcnter and
COAL am! WOOD STOVES. We have al. a Tin Shop connected
with our Srore. Wc ni.i'iufactiir. Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron Ware.
Our Stock i? LARGE and well aborted, and we will deal as low as any
house west of Lincoln.
Call and See Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Opposite the Lumber Yard.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
11 an CLOUD, - JMIR1SK,1.
PINE UMBE- LATH, SHINCELS
Lime, Tarred Paper. Etc
n 1 every Article usually kept in a First Cla.- Lumber Yard.
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE ANY BILL THAT CAN BE 001
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
J. D. POST, PrtprittK.
Farfa IMH alacat 9taU wrrr
atailtwf faraMir ifnah
MaMalNat af tkaTaCaf Iiaat,
just received a full and complete stock of
LIME ! I.IJIK ! !
Maxwell 4 Dinftt
KUh ta lafira t& nhU th,t tfc- k
Lkt. aad will ke o haa4 a-c-"4wr
tjjt tfc; imam f tk MbBe.
wlM aeUat.afaatk itT
Tit Chc;er. Smjajer ia ti- 7T;tu - f
Th f fclnl ! CtrrHlHilAM ib. (l;
TtlK OIltrAflO 11J5T AN! M Mr ,
nnifrmtty once:e.t i l.e th h.-i .,
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ltrnoun neippcr rnWh-l In ia .,
writ It i HtfuoUen In wttH. k ',
latnt nl hl of recll aiul rr...t,,- ,.
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reiurt are ejorlel. nmrliMM,f .-
reliable 1)ie aie cf the mitwt.i,.,. ,
h brcn. nt will b1. t roaVr a fr. .
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with Taluatln furetca ami ilHi,r ,
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rl.thicn xmiety. tl ulher . , 4
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to tho hour of acinic tprM TWi. ,
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lira ilk theuntr. it rmm. a W- r- ,
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to which rnt h a.Mil fiRctn cnti
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prrfrr to avlHh UireUe 'f tur eln .
KetiiittAnrtf may be inukr n .
!rft. eiprw. I'lMttiCtcounler, at tWrt
letter, at our nk
All letten h-util 1m j'l'IrMifl . -,,,,
ClltCAUO P01 AND M.Ul. (.0 .
UcArburn trft. j
Imjwrtant hut hrlf new lrtpr -el
ttum all taru tfih ouitr N r :(
will be taken o. snoutnouruintnii. .. B
THE ALDINE COMPANY
LOLD OMLY BY S'JBSC:llPriON.
tiikami.nm:; thk art joirnm .,y
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j-alilly le"ll'nl on I iinnnl. ': t ,f
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louuatiuu mi tii,U..tl'ifl.
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Lire. rUirirflly enrircl oil t"el V ' tu
uii'luii Art Journal
at a pner wi'hm th iipulr rr-h. tg" .
nnr le'ore ntru.cl at ! Hh mi
time the atito nt.
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clmllnr the Irtr4iit lrHtlf:Ue ( ii'n
tilatr tijfr. A ajwrb title ! rtii
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with th firt art. fl th trn 1. r iJ
entiriwiir will he worth riiM"' o
f Ihe 'The Al In Ir--" wliMrii 1 .
te oJnoaicthim heantiful mi jti'.
At a Cast af 23 Cents a Pari.
Vim l.IIA III AuRJinr I'tnttitirn V
TI1K AUT JOIRWL
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I-M-lm.it.ffti eb.t full j.itr iJl'i-ir.t. i
frorntfce earlier toluuie . . hw Aliluf
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PUlrt wl baciuiHt?iyiiutriiai . -
nml wlicihr for l-in Ii,k or fr-uioi?
entirely yon.l r nivtitin 'n jr -..f f
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carefully taken on the tiiint tn. f I "
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nch-t jir-lu- Um l a .r whwh h
inn ifr;.)uly hort tlin. wtr. I -
csirs ?hcx ths Aisr.:s,
Especially atior J f r '
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tnake thciq popuHr in erery en..
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