The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, December 16, 1875, Image 2
Sfcwr' C- ' ? C ? HrJM-vl -t . - r -r J- IF : K N :- lCA r-v, fe THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. T.-IUUSDAY DEC. 1C. ,8atfscf Scbccriptica. One copy 1 year, ....$2.00 One copy 6 months J. 00 Oni t,n3'3 " 50 Official Directory. CONGRESSIONAL. . S. PuM-ck Beatrice. U. S. 'unator. 7. Hitchcock. Omaha. U. S. Senator. Lorenzo Crouuse. Representative. KXKCUTIVE. FIH? UARRER. Governor. Lincoln. Ilrnno Tchic. Sec. of Ftate. .. 15 U'pf ton. Lincoln, Auditor. J. a MjBridB. .. Treasurer. Geo. II. lUbrt.. . Att'y Oen. J. M. McKeuxie. Lincoln. Snp. rob. Ingtrnc. JUDIC ARY. (!'.. H. Like. Omaha. Chief Jisticp. Iian'l Oimit. NVbrkn City 1 AocUte j. hm1 Maxwell. Flats month i WKUSTKU COUNTY. J. A. Tulleys. ,. II. .Iimoi, I. W. Tulleyf. II. C. Kill. II. S. Kalcy. C C. Con. S. K. Tbom. A. M. Urdy. "I I!. W. Hall. F. Mittcion. I County Clerk. Trcsfurrr. Trobttte Judrc- riherifF. School Sup't, Coroner. County Surveyor County Coaitnisjioncrfi. eb:ter ZvxsXy C:n2cn::d. TVcbcr Co.. Nob., lioi in the Valley ol tbe Kcp-ibliean. i 150 mile weit of theMis ouri ItiTeraiid touchei tbe S'atc line on the Sou: b. V"intfri arc mild and dry; veiy I'ttt'e rniu'or snowfalU in tbatfcawrr lit t!o in fict that cattle live all winterwith n by or rrin. nnty f ruin f.H in tbe jiprirts and furnmcr. Tbe iUT.nifr lire not diaur'Cibly warm, aa there U always a con 1 brcz-" cfjuTiall in tho evening. Tbe .uny firt bpan to tic n 1870. I 1S71 tin county w.m organized with a oiulRtinn r.fJ'. ItJi:.oiuljitio" is now brtwtcn 25fW and.'!"C0 and i rapidly incrfarine. There are at' life j-cutSS orBninecd i-chonl di-trictn within its bi.undriM and school fncilitiei are th rcfore auiplebcttcr than tho."e in hoiuo XuMcrn State. 'The apportionable fchool ImiJ rurnicbe nearly enoiish raonry to pay tcsirlii-m' xtngvt, Farucra can buy R. It land fr..n: SI.W to SO per acre with ten yearn tiiur. There in yet a coriMdcrahle amount of Kuverntncut land for liomcteMtlt. and pre ciiijitionH. Asa to(:k raii'iff couutry it i h iri o cxiel. Cat 1 do well, and for sheep it cmnot bo beaten, Ii is just suited to that. Fi-rtu'ira can bo easily in.idc by rji'inc cheep tbe expense of lecdinj:: very finall Tbit oirn. oaU. barlev. potntoco. back wheat, and M kia.ln of roots iw4 vcse-'abl'., are srown hire with little labor. ' bushel of sod corn to t!i acre i n.thitiB new. H heat averages about i buvlieN to the aero. Fi uit dors ex treniuly well. Kvtry farmer ha bii urehanl Krowiuif. Fcrcst tree i row r ipidly. Ctton wiod. b'lxaldcr, wbiiewoud. Mft ia:iple. and many other kind of trees crow into timber Ian;-enough fir fuel iu about Jtbree y.ir. Osap ratiK ilant.do . icely. and in a few j-aryourlivo fences can bo in idc. Me chanic find einp'oyintnt und fair wage. Tho very ln-'t and purest water is ol.taincd by going from 5 lo UK) feet. 'Ihc cott is cry minll when the well is bored. These wcIIk uoverKod y. The utreaim of thifc county are lb" Republican and its tributaries which are iwf. Iluws- on tbe foath aiilo of the rivrr. 'iilimt. Dry. Uuffil... SUte Penny. C dur, Ilickn. Abb, and 'luida Hock ereck?. On tbe north sid arc Willaw. Elm. CottuwooJ. .niokel. Indian. antl FanncH creeks. In tbe i.orili part of the couaty is the Rlue river and its tributaries. TliCMiHof Webster eounty is.- d;rk,. rich ves"tble loam. The wild graces are nutri t'ou and abundant, and makemo.-t excel lent li.iy. I'imotby, clover. Hungarian nnd milKt will undoubtedly prove a rofitable produc tion. Those who bive tried tbiai so decido at leir-t. Oui railroad prosppct. are good, and wo will have i read as soon as we really need one. Rut the farmers for years will find ready f.iIc or surplus productions in the newer countie west and to new scttlcri. By the time thes-o urirkeU are cIomxI roads for cheaper transportation cast will bo opencl. Our vhmateis healthful, the air pure and br.iri:ifr. and tickncs of any k.nd .s almost a htraiiRer to tho peoplo hrc. The county scat. RKD CL0UU on the Re Viib'icHii river, nejr tho center rait and west a-id a iittie -oulh of tbo center north and smuiIi. In it are cliancss lor burin?ss men of very branch of trade. Tbo country around i ' n b as to war ant a good bu.-in s in every k nd ftllecbnllllio. Red Cloud and Guide n.k ore the only two luid out towns. Fur t'ir inlonuilion can be obtained from any bind acent nbo advertises in this paper, orat tiiis oUJce. TllK I'roident's Mssage has been received. It is generally acknowledged by the press to be an able document. "" Jlis views on the topics of the daj' are Mtutid, and for the niott part reflect the je:itiiucnt3 of the Keimblieaii party. The President has exhibited lately considerable anxiety with regard to the M'cuiitj of our free school ys;em His peech at Dcs Moines, the only pl eeh he has ever made, was fraught with his solicitude upon this theme, and he takes it up among the fiit matters-of his menage. He recoui sne d a constitutional provion re-.-iricliiig the :veral tntes from grant-ieig-any portion of the funda' to any beet or appropriating it to any other one than that of free education. When the increase nl tho Catho'ic element in iur couutri' isconndeted, the necessity ihiiI advisability of this step is made manifest. It is best to guard agaiu-t this evil while we may. The President takes an equally de cided stand, on the currency que.-tion. It will be rsiueuiberei that he em phatically expressed his views when he vetoed the bill which? had for its object the inflation of the currency a couple of year ago. He now suggests Hie redemption of the legal tender notes at a rate of not more than $2? 000.000 niouthly by the issuing of 3.25 bouds, that is bonds bearing interest at the rate of three and one-fourth per e- nt, per annual. He recommends further an accumulation of the gold in the treasury by duties sb tea and cof ee. It is tin oght that the duties on t In mc articles will not enhance their Iirve. Se urgis - uion Congress the tioce-tity auI propriety of .-uch Irgisla- lion as will en-urc a (speedy return to specie payments. Tl; Ohio elections indicate that the western people arc realizing the fact that the-stcate-t ob btacle to the prosperity of the'indus- . i ,-,? . i ii , trial part of the country is an unsound and unreliable mca-tire ofvalues. Tlic me-.-agc i noticeable in another particular. The untaxed church prop erty in the Unite! States is at present estimated to be Sl'.OoNJ.iO.OtK) in j value. Jt is well known that a xreat proportion of this property U real e-tale, not used for edifices or cemete ries, but Mm ply ah a mean. of revenue owned by religious corporation. The PreMilcnt sugcetii that all this prop erty thus usL-d for revenue be taxed n other properly. The mcfi-ac calls the attention of! Conerc?.- once m ire to the vexing Mormon qucition Now that the ."ev ral parts of the country are so inti iu at ely united, it would .eenj desirable to wipe out this dirace to our laws and country. These arc the most important of th- uiattcr3 urged upon Congress for their action, and the PieudeHt in conclud ing presses them once more upon the attention ofthat body. They arc .subjects- of interest to the whole country, and, we doubt not, the uitissaRC id an exposition of file opinions' A' the ma jority of the Republisii pirty. ?S3CSSDIN&s"6fTH3 s'oIsd 0? CO. cohhissio:;e33. December Gth, 1875. I'oard met piw.-u ant to adjournment. Present, Geo. W. Ball, Frank Matte son, Commissioners, J. A. Tullcy, Clerk. M mules of last meeting read aud appiuved. The icports of the following lload Suiei visors were presented and aj proved : William Sawyer, lload Dist. No. I. A. It. Itutherford, N. A. Ayer.s," E S. Doyle, Curtis Beal, Alex, l'hillipo, Francis Uouchin, Thomas Vaug'in, O J. McKinley, Oscar Arnold, 44 11 l( 1. 4. g 14 44 41 - . g tl T4 I (, 44 Mx 14 JQ 44 .1 4414) 44 4l II o lo T The following official bondi were ap proved v'z: Thos. Kennedy, N (Jliek iMarion Alexander, M. L Garter, Charles Buschow, ASies-'ors ; Lamilin Ijady, E 0. Paiker, N. llancy, .Ste phn Bales Wm. WiiUon, J no. Mc Callum, .Justices of the Peaw. GfO. Iliunmel. Constable, and N. Ilaney, E. W. Tuttle, B. Kuhn, George Bab bitt, B. B. Fulton, J mi. Wrattcti, and Os''ar Arr.id, lload Jstip-rvis rs. Application of Geo. A. Latta for leae ofeJ, e, Sec. 10, town 2, range 10. grou ed, and the Ica?c made out, duly signed and acknowledged. The following accounts were allowed: W. N. Bichardaon, wood, $54 00 J. A. Tulleys, money expendeJ 4 oO Mrs. J. M Smith, care of pauper oo.SO Board adjourned till Dee. 7th. J. A. TfJLLKVs, A. M. Hardy, Clerk. Chairman December 7th. 1S75. Met pursuant to adjournment. Fu 1 Boaid present. Minutes of last meet ing read and approved. Biidge acioss Elm Cieek on Juniata road, built by John Lnverty, not ac cepted, aud time extended to Dec 18, 1875, to enable him to Cuish btidge according to contract. Official bond of L. Mitcheli, Con stable, Batin Precinct, approved. The following accounts allowed : .Mitchell & Morhart, bolls and spikes for bridge $ 4 75 J. C. Warner, buggy hire, 4 00 O. P. McKinley, extra work K. D. No. 12 25 00 A. M. Hardy, Com'rs fees 9 03 Geo. W. Ball, --- - 7 00 Frank-Mutteson, " " ' 16.20 Adjourned till Dec. 13th, 1875. J. A. Tulleys, A-iU. Hardy, Clerk. Chairman. FSOil -IVS3T0II. QSAIIC-SS'S P3AST. Be the power?, Mr. Chief, there is tou here iu towu, tfiiica the railroad is coining our peo ple are glad, For the graugeis arc sworn to kick the fiist clown, Who starves, while there is corn enough to be had. For eoiu urates butter and coru mikes poik, Much better feed corn, than ship to New- York. With feeding and breeding we'll meet all our tux; And the margin t'will l.ave us, will bee to our backs- The grasshoppers paid ua a visit Ia-t year. Our jaws they hung heavy, minus our cake ; But this time we're full of the very bct cheer, For their absence this season has left us a stake ; For coru laU horses, and corn fats mules Much better feed horses, for such was tbe rules 7. With feediug aud breeding well aeet aii our tax, And the margin 'twill leave us wi!l:ee to our hicks. The itxanaers thw night here, held a love, leaat. Ill oar number one. school's capacious hall. Gobbling the "JoAjcrs.Vla.very good haste, ", - . And feeding the bungiy, youngster aud H. ? For corn makes "dodders," and com makes inu-h, .Much better make Judge's than sj oil it in iuh ; I fill ll oiik auu uiuvufii v 4.H.4. 'ull nnVt-.T SL; - Ajarf tlie4inr.u t will leave us wi.Uce Jt7oubai2i S 0'Kp.muS C:lcraio tri Ks ra-ia. We had the tdeaure oJ'a YitlVer.I- iioi.Wii!iMr.M.i.'er(aciiMci.r Co.- oiaitu now in our viiy, an'i an anjeui advocate of a cminectioii wiwi JjIiicuiii .. . , Irom Denvtr. which ave us tome good idea of the importance cf this ,. . . . . ,. .. line to clllZ'-ns ol bo;h fctat a lor Cuiorada will be a Chalc iu a shurt time. Every acre of krml that can be cui tivatcd to Colorado Is no-v ocetipicd ' and farmeJ, but the entire product of larini will not begin to au.iply the imtiiil-iMrm imw in tin. r-iii.., ,i.,l flu. popu-a.IOn tlOW til UIL tlllLa ana tlic minei. The great bulk of the corn, ,...,, i wheat, heel, pork, hay a;id OJto iuU:t be imported At Gi-orelowa kiy .-niiiii-niK i"i ii.t i rut -irifl vd it it ! mm-nu.- t.j. ptr ion, ,iuu so u i all through the mine-!. Colorado I ...... , i Wants Nebraska lyr JlCr UiatKCl in i t . ii .1 rl which to procure all ihe ticcvssariea of Iifo Sb. will iivLntnnlfv annM'irt ibn largest mining population in the word for her mineral wealeh ij iucxhausli- b!e ...- t iv. . U:i tue oiucr iianu .eurasa consumes coal, aul Colorado has the niotf 'xteii-.ive coal !ie!dj i.i the CTan- try. An idea of the extent of her ..al r.-wuiri-r; tii-iv ln foriiioil Irom llw ,. . ,. . .tii .- 4Iuraliall mine, near uilien City. Prof, liavden istimatvd ihe amount of coal on a' twenty four acre plot to be 100 000 0.'0 tons. The coal is bituminous, of a irrry fine quality (the .-.amc as tho Wyom ing coal now in the Nebraska mm kct), and the ten are from fifteen to twenty feet in thick 11 -, and extend from the sources o' the Piatt to Cation City, a distance of 200 miles, eucompas-ing Denver wiih u cliain of coal beds on thico sides., of that length. Thi- i. what the car.-, going to Denver laden with grain and hay would bring I ack as return iieight. Colorado ii now shut out Irom a matket for her eoal as Nebraska is shut out from a tuiiket for her hay and grain. Build thK line of 400 miles, at a cost which wiil not dscccd $o,0U0 000 111 round nuiu heis, and the two States are supplied at once with what they most tued for the development of their luimcri. e uattmil rcsouicos. Fellow citizen-, there is 110 question about it. Nebraska and Colorado mu-t aud will buiiJ this connection, and the sooner it is d m the sooner will both States escape from the uniii dithcuh.cs that now kcrp them com paiativel; pour. H.utc Journal. There Wis a 11. It. meeting hold at Jewell Coutor on the 4th of Do., that lesulted in the elecliou of li 0 dele gates to attend aoother meeting to bo held at Belleville on the 14. ii of this month. T A. Ii JH The Newspaper Furnishing THE RiOST NEWS For the Least ftoney ! THE CHICAGO POST & MAIL Xow in it- eleventh year, claims tho patron age of the pub.iti on he broad crjunU tnat it it. emphatically, 1 he People's Papsr ! The prices of rub'criptton ofboih Daily aud Weekly are m ule so low hs to urinic ho pa pen within the mean of every inua who can uU'rd to tnkeauy kind of a newspaper, and tbo netvj o the Uay of miuor importance is 30 condensed as to eaibracc event from alt points uccetwable by telegraph or n.nil. Of all imparl tut happening, kcal or general, tlie i uper will uouiain lull and graphic ac counts. Eepublicaa in Politics, as heretororc l2i P"t and Mail promise? to givcubczK cfluru to the uj'po:t ol "rs party iu the c imiu PreMdeutiu CuiHpa.Kii. Hi well as in minui political politLai ouutc it, audio labor for the GREATEST GOOI TO FHE GREATEsiT NUMRER. The Daily Post and Mail is. for it -ize. tbe Cheape.-t cspaper in tho Wct, and hasfjr years beo prominent a$ the leadiut: expo nent of Cheap Journalism, wbiih mean-to give trie people tbe news of tbe day a tbe lowest puibloiiKUre. The p.ip.T is fura if li ed to .-ubjcribcrs by mail, po tae irepa:a, as follows : Daily, per annum S(3.S'J j Daily, .1 m-.n'.hs I.T0 six moa hs 3.i0 " 1 mo..th 0 llaiiaj izs Cost oal7 Two csass a Day ! Jr les than Hall the Co-t ol' other Dailies, The leading feature of the Dily ITS llAKIiET REPORT Which arc caret ally prepixci by experienced me i, at l.trtceerpe .sc. and cover whu- tbo utmost accuracj. ihe .Maries ofbi.u'. General aud special lelcttrams from tb lead-iiiSi-itie of this and foreiu countries still further cntia-ice the va ue of this parlieuUr department of the p-ipe . RusiucfS luea thr-'U houi the country can rely on the mar ket uuoialio suf UielbstHud Mail iu being accurate and comprehensive. Publibtl every afternoo . the pap r fur nishes IV e pu bit-; of the Aortbwct with its Meu; and Jlarset Rep ru at least Ten Soars in Aivan:; of tbemorninp p-perf. a jmin in the time and a savins in cuney wuich business suca iu (be countiycanappreiiite. In nddtticn t- tiiis s ccial feature, tbe I'on at:d Mail cives ihe bcitf special Tek-crams Concif ene for busir.cis Men tbe Associated Pr ss lix patches. Cnp Comspondcoce. and General und Local Men-sot all kinds. In all matters tb.it tend to mak a sharp, spivvaadtnterprisinjc daily rcw?pipcr. ihe Daily Post and Mail will not be fouad want ins. Following the plan piTtmed by the-Daily, TlIC WEEKLY Post and JVXail Mas been reduced in rriee.andas'ibscription fur ouc year no w rosts ocly ONE DOLLAR! Tb Wklv will rntinr thr Km oftho Vek, the Rest o Storie. Kener! rvaJnz 1 for Men of all traces an I profjs-ions Iftar l "' "'. Fashica. Society etc iM 3 K K. K I lUSEUiiXa Carefally rarited down to thihocr ofcoiwr to press. I every thine it will be. lor the price. The B.st Weekly In the West, aad witaia the scans ef rery ono.- : Journal Of AtjriCU!tUr6 afld ) CAQftS?R j r AMnlCn. I .1 W'ofU y fwr ihr Krtrtn. ffrcfcartt ; t -Tho Week'y Journal of AKrieultUre-nd ! Eirwr ia cuu lotion ot the woathly juruv oi .iincuuurgiui j j0urnilf Aseieu tare an I tac weekly Du- iflui I'jrui. r. and u nw Tb: croat Ir.uHuK popular Fata an J Fh-j-t I Je i'-pcrot ttjc-ix:bWt. t- t It.'I'j. Mticmtf jr"oiuiilt"aBdab ycdil ) el, lh an.e i I?kihiS letuie. uml th tlciar a.ai i. nlw.t ull ut sow iiinjo en- tributol uy tbr tut-hi vi of ttn? Onler. The i !j'J.i- ar ne'l throarh tbceoludrotc3l I..,!.!,- nt.rMt. ami uiuc hint of w.ae- oX'l "" " -..-.. j . r.v-.-.v. '- t, n 1-HU.lCl 1 1U1I1 MtV fUIUIi ' . Aer'-uiiurefiirartutr.aii'inof-uiiiysiiou'a 1 le witliout lu IU M.Mliir.r HKJ'OitTS I are t-uopletc outhfntiandvrcliableanl the I iMper i trta tber.incriptiini priceloneti Kct iwrujikcu. freehand ciiablcrrrvrek ! ei.d fur it ! Head it ! Talc ha advice aiid it will p-iy you. Men an I women, boy and Kirls. old anil JOU.1Z. sriv- the lournal of Acncal are aud Farmer a ttial fur orie yar anj see ir u navo not made a good nivutuiviit. It is a lance -pae. Ii rotuum weekly Acritti.tu al from pjUue-t aui rclu'iuus .L-ca?iiwn-. auil fi,.. tcand Mell w.itt-n pajre inikcsit a wei-umc,,,l.jrlMlUouiudiUouseboItLiin the s.--aj .ilivi..,.pi Valley. C u-i aiienu want9l. to whom liberal tentu will i.? Kiven. W e want aH-eui iu every town SeiVl fr specimen copy free, and we a.k t:!lt ' " ae"'' ' b-nanici' of your fiien If. it lhn. tt. may ,e ,, l(l,.t,M,ec;mci, capie. cub eription pnef. 'iO'perannum: clubs of 5 .r uio'e. HI 50 imcIi, Postage. 1 ce-iLi mut berent M-it i eat-b uimc. as c prepiy every napr rent out. ci,tiv' i ukI'KM. .v CO.. Published. 210 Nor.h :r h itreit. rit. Loui- I . The Inter-Ocran. i i TK3EE EDITIOJiS, wtttt? 5- vt.V??t,v x. T5T-rr ' ! Kt:ib!i h"d Icis than three year" n a j Hopre'.-iitativo Ke.iublica i riiT. i'UU'e. to in ill tiin .nid defend t!ie p,i(iciplu atnl j oranti"tion of the Xatiouut KepubliMi. ) Party ih I N'l't-::i-0UK ,.t u euiypu h- nl to the fm eiroittoljouriialitm and av-hiciea amj'e'f unprrCidciilt-d ii tbe hii ry ol r ub i-ntTpri--' My universal a-.-ent H Ins ueeu as ij." icu pitiun n .TH2 lsad::;j as?usLi:iiT ?a?ss I.N THUNOirilWE-r. Xol alone oa itJ political I'lL'trurter dof ilu IN riJU-UCHAX re.s: iu ciainu to popu lar tavor. It aimsat tbe hiKb(t excellence mull d ipartmciti. an I in thi e a of kiro-:rcs-t ejouru iIimu asjdro to pocitten umoriii tbe lest 'I be l.N f Kit- jCI.AX m ike- cptxial cljiim A FAMILY" NEWSPAPEll. Itsrol nan- itrceareluily Knardcil :uam-t objretionsiii.e ni titer, an. I over" eoon i" m ole to roudcr it a pa-a-ant and i roiuablu -lompaniiui I j the home f:rc-idij. Th.3 Ccamercial Departnisst i-co?idiutel with no.it care, and evtrjthimc pos.-ible is tlonc to make tbe M iltliktT imi'OIir sjiicb :t tbe firuu-s and I!usines Men of the Au'liiuest cnu rel) upon 2h Ajricnhura! 2:jartisoat Iscara Oily ed ted by xc.tleiucu of ability aud cxplticihv. la Literature Lccal and General Yicvs, Foriign & Dcuiwuc Corrasrcaac-ce. And everytbins that rocs to make .1 IKS T- C 'LA SS A'; ll'ATJ VEIL It notexcelle.l by any publication in tbo Ovuu'ry The I.N L'llt-Oui: t.N i u X A f I 0 N A L NE W S P A 1 K R. ono lliat w ill bo found ti'eful and interesting to Amurm urn in over, p.irt ul the Utubt. While it e.-pcciail reireseiit the Great Iiiicrosts of tho Iforcavcst. It is National in its view and cjuiprehen sivu in iu ncwig itberiiics. Firm in it- pht ica! luitii. it is nut hi i.ud. an. I :a ull ih-eiis-ijuns anus to be candid, uumticd. -aud ubjve pcr'uti.i! ab'.ifc The lNl'riU-OCKAX has thelirtfe,taRi;rc Katc circulation of any ncusp.iper puolisucd 1.. the nor tiweit. . t' i-" ten. to mure b.ui i;.0 I'.ijtoiiici-s. distnoiilca in b eiy State and Tt ri tiory iu tbe I uit- d S.te. in .ill ttia If tin ii t'ruviuctis. aud numerous io.ctu SJlalc; and countries. TERMS OFSURdCIUPttOX : n ill. v. Ry Mbil. pajablcin advance), per y'r, post p.iiu 510 0U 3m-nith3. " UrJ SEjlI-VKKKltV.-RyMail. perycarii'i advance). p-ctpaiJ ?,.Si club of tour " UUi ciubi.ttix " " 1Tjj club often " " .iOj Ouc lreo coiy with every elub ol ten. WKKKIA'.-Ry Mail. per year (in utlvauce), postpaid .. . 1 Ii? Olub of four " " .!.5 J0 Cluo ofu-n " " .. 1.150 Club of twenty " " .... Z! 0J Une lice copy wi h tvery club ot twenty. PITJTARP .-Til tcw postoBe law I UU 1 nUL. tookeffe-t tbu l,tda ot Jauuiry, A. I) 1S7.". Under this law the pot aircou uewspaperd la m. be paid at the office where tbey are mailed. Money can be Aeni by draft, mone.f-ordor, express, or rciriitcrad Utter, ut or risk ripeei ii arrautccuieut'i mado w.tb country publishers tor clubbing wiih their puoiic lions. SAAIPwK C0PIBS FP.EB. Address l.rF.R.Ol'tU.. 119 IakcS.. hlc:BO. CITY DRUGSTORE Red Cloud, Nebraska. Ji5&fSj&& lIY! Drur Store is in Red Clone. Druss are pure. Stock is complete. profits. mutt usouick.'alcsanudmall A'.tJA What yon want. . A Mrt Your busine" there. .V-it K To yc ur neighbor, JVAME Tbu you have been there. I These Any thinpyja want. It in my lincot traid. Yourchil I ailimr. My soothing syruptbe thintr. SffzKEi: 0..mpound prescriptions correct j SIl ICK:: Run-the CitrDrujf store. S'liRllKll Ilasthe largest sNdtioth-raner ailElltM Says come and stelor youridt. twice Him a call Before. Purchasing Elseidure. The Best Pap&r For Farmers HTHE NEW-YORK Weekly Tribune- ONE DOLLAR per yctrin c!nb of thirty or over. Sptciraea copiea fta. For terms and corrrroiion.. AddrewTIIETRIBUNE. New York. JACOB KOHL, DEALER IX Wines, Liquors, and Cigars, OF ALL KINtrS. ?3S3H LAC33 SSS3 A SPZC1ALT7. Corner of 1st Street aud Hastiaca Avenue, Hastings, Neb-. ll-Ty B?. Peter Me aid . Family . Pliynicinn. Offer." hi erriees to the public, and will attend to all professional eaJW. ' 05: i Crer Sisrer'a Sraj Stars: UKDCLOUPi SMITH CJvWTKU Stage Line. ConMctiiiu at IJnl Clood with the l i r it.-.. - .MS J nrpuoiicaii lluvr Maze 1ne: Three rpuLnr trip, a w.Jr3rrii'ij: a i me tmte the ,i-i fmrn :l riliroadf( AIWovcwlrt!,e rare ab.iWd dor: fa hk vi:nr low. -11 '" ItdiVer IJOitSe. .. . .-. .p - - - - iVKn. i ... ...V't Tlii univ tirtt.idijf b.wi... I,, tl,.. ',i.. i i - . cisge leaves tin- notise everv otnor morning for Bed Cloud aud tha K. P. It K nil HASTINGS REST,! UIlsltYT Wiisrs jin car jet a jm! sqira n-ja! OVSTEBS in every yle. Fruit., Nuts, Apple-, Candie. Jtliies and Canned good of all kindx. Cigars & Tobacco- Tlie h!gh"-.t market priee paiil for Burrivf:, itm. M j v .i u m. im BuajTV. 1 2.5r Farmer from the BcptibHcin V alley will do w -II to eive Us a eill when in to a 11. C. II. STICWAKT. Wist side I looting Av.-nue. iill-;im HASTINGS, NEB. rHERE The Koni LieS Ad It PAT in.iry 'arm- have fiiun I it to be in zond ctoek, Pmiltry. Unin. etc Tho AnKE'Cin Zin K Inr.ML telU h!l abjut tb.-ie. and ma, l? ha I A WH0L2 T2AS 702 $1.05. JiHt thir.k o. it I Nearly -j - ge r tbit lalu.ible information 'exclusive i.f tint-l color" j in one year. Veterinary advice with out char., . ImproTii Stos Freo, a well a many other article' to thnjf ni. tinir up club. Agent. and olhir bavimra little "pare time, can mako exjeHeiit w ; and do o'lier eno t. by lbta-'ii iMa'nribr: l')rent secuiei .Hjiecimcn und .xiUin hviw to do it. Audiess I'OITS IIKOTilKR. PiirkesburK. Chester Co.. I'd. first in tho Fidi SstaVushsI 2853. IAII. $10. WtElCI.Y $2. ISiihIiichk Jli'ii, HiiMiorul nmrlnli, uuiny Oflie.T'., wrict uihj-w. At. teuliim ! ir is-el ac OtfAHA RePUSLICAS Steam fi o n k -a N D ,TOB PKINTlNtJ AND BLAHS 2002 SAi?ffJA3riJ2Sf3 EiaJI:hii2eiit. after many years experience, with .superior iaciiitic, and the BKT WORKMEN to be ffnind in the VTet, will fillany order, large or small, iu the lost ityle at .-liort notice, and at the lowest prices. OUll BLANK BOOK WORK and Binding of every description can not be surpaed by any linn in the state, and challenge comparison. 9 County tVurc A Specialty, and Cnnntv Officers will rind nur fornix '.the bitet and mol improved. Sta- timierj'i Seal- for County,' Dilrret ami Probate Court?, tluctiees of the Peace, tc. LS5AL A1TD COSaCSSOIAL 3L&1IS3. LF.COKK'. DAT OOKS, RFCOEOs. Ac , in ready made stock, furnished at the lowest prices. Orders by mail for all kind- of Jdlt Woric execiled with the utmost speed, and di.-pateheil promptly. ST. A. D. BALCOMBH, Manager "Republican," Omaha, Nkr A Splendid Farm and Family J.urnal. The Kansas Farmer In iU Hh yer.8-piire weekly. 92peryotr. Uripinal. Independent and l'rojr-Mve. The American Young Folks Tha Betand cbespes Roy 'r and Girl V paper publi-htd. 50 cents peryear. C)piwofboib nor seat for VJ ceut. Adarzsa JT. K. II UDSO.V. Toi eka, Kaumt. 5 Hfauickly taken a bich plaee Ht auickly tken a bich plaee araon gr I rrcalturali-jurnal'. i. . rnban- it baa j bc-n eonitucct with ene-ry and ability.'and we nave conn-iTcu li nmonsr ine oo. 01 oar excb'iuae. and a wo thy rep esentalive'rf J the wct Phila.. Pa.. Pr ct'l artuer. ..Oar Kansas frien.l- should feI lacch pndeia tac bih character aad r erluiz wartix of.tMt Jriate gricuitural paper.-National Life .tock Journal. I like the Kaai Fartr.er very iauen, aod a early as my preeatn aseroent' w II permit I shall estee it a pleasure to write for you on th tenny.u propose. Jos. Harris, of Moreloa Frta au thor of "W-ik and Talks" I red your Fanairwi!bdeeviiirersi.-WedeU Phillies. Rears nupjitakable ri .ence of tbe prove' bi I enery ad eSlerprUe of tie Wt Gli de Era (Hi.) McrM. K. Bwiee. of tbe Kajixsa"tifGrate. fay? Ier forjet to mention tbe Kijtus jtanrrasb-ixsnor-trlytbeanpportof3I?atroO. ssatirlj llutin r abate puyrta rltt tt fkl t8et. l-3ra. Cattle, Cattle, Cattie! F02 SALT. S 50 head of catJe, 12 head ortwo- jyear-olds-, 10 head of yearling', 20 head of calves, and the reKjFcoxs. Which will be fold cheap' ff;C3sh. ALo a goo-1 hearv draft teanwei.:h ine about 30 hundred, age $ and 0. Price, horses and harness tZ6$!j0 Also a firra for rent, fcrtasri i Tor 1 year, or 1 for fire year ; 70 acfiia bro ken, good hoae, 125 feet of ftaiir. two wells, and about 15 acres ffaJn plowing. For particulars eJfoarT address U. A. Lane, or A, GrlS j Guide Kick, r at this oticsv U) 3t Billiard Parlor. Cr Uiis alrwt. :rtxr trirzi ?rr2 Sure. m M ,!! I t?5r"A fre-h aortinen ofcJitirs can- . i de-. arni nilt. nlw.tv tfv b-in.I die-, and nut"-, alwayt o Gentleimnly cWk 2 Centlom.nlvcWU al.ar. on b.nJ to st tend to ciitouinrs. 1 IH tF ED. SMITH, Prop. i j RED CLOUD DRUG STORE. I Ghas Potter, 1 Kepp Jm lt nod largest DrUjr ! Qt..-.. ...i ri ..1 1 . mil- 111 141-ti ,UUU. I'reseiiptious cjnTul.'y compounded both diy aud night. ni if Xli4: laco)oii Hon. ne JUNIATA, NEBRASKA. Ha lately changed hand, and now under the management of J. M. JACOBSON, Whtr w?? iiinke it the brht Hotel West of Lincoln. He basin connection with this hotel a good VKV.W SALE, AND LIVERY ST A RLE. Gii'v-l' earned to and ftom the de pot free of charge. Juniata. Adam Co. ;1.. Smith & Calvert 2ZD CZtOUD - - - S3. DEAL Kith IN FURNITURE, In Rd C.ou I. Neb . at their o d Ptnitd. 'Ti dtliirhtful to see what ti.iy have oil hand. Tbey have a npply, it may truly be I Ol that which in needf.I for the living or dead. They hare iicd4teail.rr.idl. table ,V cbaira Sofj?. burraas, and all kin In of such wares, Crlb. InuilRfi. ett e.and mittrefftj to Wiiich for all kinds of folks aud hccs will U... They bave r.isins and hore lor children to sell. Which will p'c.vc wives and babicJ cxtfird iucly well. TUcyp y cfl'i for these, thing and e!rct them with car. And wilIttR them SBcS'cnpa).inyncdare. And wc !. to you all. both youcs and old. Tbey'l' not rcfuc irrcenbae'ki'. silver .r gold, Wc inv.totill oUrfriendi and neighbors to clll. - -" s Ami tbcyd ubtld'ulll find tbey dcalfairly wi.n an. . If yon cfrae. Idotbitikyonqxcrtainly bny A no one can r tlie pr ce U nvo.bicb. HAMESS SHOP Is now prewired to do all kind of work IN THE Harness line. The bcH of materials ued. and all work WARRANTED. REPAIRING Done on sht notice and at reasonable Price.. Shop fn McNitt's Store. Red Claud rtcbrasKa- -Miss S. A. ICuns el, WouM reJiectla!ly infonn th T.a-liof Red Cloud and vicir.itr that sht i vrr- paredti. ei-cute orders fwr Dress-Making AND PLAIN SEWING of all Kinds. On Saad aJ for aT. a 89 art,atf LACES, VEILS, ' RIU GLOVES". LADIES HATS.. ' Kiss S. A JWXSELtr -1 riaXcu'iEIadiac.Vv i CLOUD, - - SBB. lb BADM'SKEW CHICAGO .S IN MCST'S11ULW.N I-r mUHF.S..tTW ' 713k RED CLOUD, KfBB. 7 I i werc joa can buy Kcady Tl&e :iblhiu;, H'& Vvy IIooIm & Slioi., Wr;eri, and ccerythifi: n: ikr lint tf General Afercliancist ATGKEATI.Y BKULCKU VMWhS. It will par vou to txamiu.) my ck and prio. tvl'srv U rs t wLero. A ht'endly invitation extend d to ail. ... . . . . IT .1... 1 ..... ... to SuAU I k trial unit I am nru iu. 1 "imr ,nu ,t, . kfiq ttu: largest UocLatHi the chcaroat store w-t ul tU M ,.u t I I P. S. Highest Market Price paid for all rn s t of Country Produce, Hides and Furs. CHAS. R. Juniata. DRY GOODS NOTIONS K ATS, j 4.... .a.. . s Trf CrAi-' i inware GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. SKigliCHt G'afth lrico r?-v pr-TlT! L?l?fti?i9KVS?K S.! i-ss i-- ', "xH t J. 0. Poller ha juit eceived Mmmin & nnh ftoiit$iutUi Ever brought to the Valley ami prices. T. G. THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD I AT HASTINGS, Kxp- Dn-tar,tly on hand the lareit stock of Dry Pine l.umLrr m I lie 'v- .aiau TARRED PAPER, and all kind of nUIlsTtlXii M A T E RI A J,. Our Mck is well clfcted and purchased direct from the uft, and will be told as low a tbe lowest. ' "fi O. NEW HAEDWAEE STORE I WnOLKSALE AND RETAIL MITCHELL & MOBHART Have opened a new itsre aad hTej stoc 01 IIAKOWAi::, CmiUrt, CrptuU r 4c FARMING . TOt)J ! COAL and WOOD STOVES. We with oar Store. We manafactnrr Tin, m any house Tett of LmeoSti. CaH anJ See Btftrt l Opposite the Lber-rrdl 22.- i j tu : 4 d ClcutL tBmm JONES, lYebrask. vueenwarc Paid for Oriifri. ' ,1 the finest atdtnicnf mmwMm (Jio him a call and eXau. ine (ondi Potter, Red Cloud Nebraska. - V NKP 9 1 rr OLIVER Hattinnt, Nebraska. rehired . fJ! d con:p!.t' liare ahw jT Tm Snop connrt d Copper & Fhet Jrrn War pMrckasfni Eliewhere. f' V 4. wv v fmuhji a t "k W -t r& - 5. -e ? ik-- ' i'SB --'