The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, December 23, 1875, Image 2
r in I c IB- E RED CLOUD CHIEF. THURSDAY DKC. 23, I7o Eattiof Satariptica. One copy lyear, $2.00 One copy G months, 1. 00 Our copy 3 " .. '0 Oificial Directory. CONGRESSIONAL. A- S. PdI'ck. Beatrice. II. S. Senator. W. Hitchcock. Ouaaha. U. S. Senator. Lorenzo Cronnne. KepreienUtive. RXECUT7TE. rilLASOARBEIU CoTrBor. Lincoln. BrunoTwchi'cV. . Sec. of Bute. J. B Weiton. LinolB. Auditor. J. a Mcllride. .. Treasurer. Goo. H. Rjbert. Att'y -n. J. M. McKenxie. Lincoln. Sap. Pub. Initrue. JUDICiART. Chief.! Mtice. " Uan'1 uantt. .vwmm v ht. t i,,,,.;-.. Jn. u Geo. II. Like. Omaha, Dan'l (iantt. Nebraska Haui'l SlaxwcII. Platsmouth WEiiSTER COUNTY. ' County Clerk. Treasurer. Probate .Tudire. Sheriff. School Hup't. Coroner. County Surveyor J. A. Tulleyn, K. II. Jone-. J. W. T.illeyi II. r.. ii,n, II. S. Kaley. O C Coon. W. K. Thorn. A V. . M. Hardy, ) S. W. Bill. r". llatu-xon. I County Cojnmf'iioner:. Webster County Condense! Webiter Co.. Neb., lie in the Valley of the Republican, is 150 mile wet of the Mi rourHliveran'K touches the State line on the South'. Winter are raiM anil dry: very Rttle rain or mow falls rn that season 50 lit tle in (act that cattle lire all winter with no Buy or rrain. Plenty of rain fulls in the nring and ifummcr. The summers are not liracreeably warm; U there is always 09"!' Breein especially in the eveninca. THe county firtbe;an toso'tlein 1870. I" 1871 the county wan organized with a population fif 43. ItJ population is now between 2.501 and30CO and is rapidly increaHtir. There nre at present 38 orgauifced echool district within it i btiundrie and school facilities are therefore auiple-better than those in some Eastern Stntc. The apportionable school fund 'urnihes nearly enough money to pay teachers' waxes. Farmers can buy R. II land frnn: $1.50 to $6 per acre with ten years sitne. There i j et a considerable amount of government lands for homcteadt and pre emptions. Aja ffc.ck rui'ing country it is h.trd ocx;cl. Cat'le do well, ami for sheep it ctnuot he beaten. It i just s jited to that. Fortu its can bo easily maile by raising sheep the expense of feeding is very small Tint corn, tints, barley, potatoes, buck wheat, and nil kinds of roots, an J vegetables, are grown here with little Labor. 35 buhi-Is ofsod corn to th ncre is nothing new. Wheat averages about 25 buhcls to the acre. Fruit doc e.x raaaly well. Kvery farmer has hi orch.ird jyowiup. FoKrttrcus 1 row r.tpidty. Cotton wooil. bixaiiics wKtcwood. soft maple, and in any other mnds of trees nrow into timber ttrg-fiiouijh fur fuel im about Ithrce years. 0ag oratiKe I.mtsdo t icely. and in a few years your live fences can be m-idc. Mc-i-huuics find employmrnt and fair wages. The r-ry cl and purest water is obtained by going from 5 to 100 fU The cost is very sin nil when the well is Loredl Tbece wells crvergod y. The stream- f this? county are the Republican and its tributaries which are a f Hows- on the south side of the river, ti'aluut. Dry. I5ulT.il,.. State- Penny, Cdar. Ilicks. Afch, and Uuide Kock creek"". On the north aid are "Willow, Iilnr, Cotsouwood, 1 rooked. Indian. aud Farmers cree'i. In the north part of the county is the Blue river and its tributaries. Tuusoit of Webster county-if a dirk, rich regulable loam. The wild Rrxsjeynro nutri t'nus and abundant, nni'uwke mot t excel lent hay. I'imothy, clover, llung.iriitnnnd mill t will undoubtedly prove a urofitablo-produc-t..n. Those who have tried tlcia so decido at lea.-t. Our railroad prospects arc good, and we will have a road a sonnts - really need one. But tho farmers for years will find ready s.tle or surplus productions in the newer counties west and to new settler. By the time thc.e markets are closed roads for cheaper transportation east will be opened. Our climate is healthful, the air pure and b'racing. und sickness of any kind .s utmost a rtrangcr to the people h-re. Tho county seat, ItKD CLOUD on the Re putllicsm rives, ner tho center east and wa-t and a little roath ol tbe center north ami south. In karechauccs lor busint.'s men of every branch of trade. The country around r su-h as to war cnt u good busim R3 in every k nd of merohiidie. Red Cloud and Guide ock are the only two-laid out towns. Fur tiier inlormAtion can be obtained from any IhikI agent who advertises in this paper, or at tti'is otficv: SHALL wc have a special sws-jion of ihe lefii-Lt'ite this witUer? We un (trtati(i that the Governor is not at priM'ot inclitiO'l to call oue. Still the uaoy cliane iuauuwrated by the New Coiictituttoo would seem to deaiaad le;i!atio to uiitke the tuachiue run rtuootbly. The organization a d juris diction of the County (,'oim are left iu totue bhadow and doubt, ad we have ytcn a petition which is circulat ing among these otScers for a special sebsiou. There are other ofiTcerb and other matter.- which are iu some ob scurit; at present. There may be al.-o a question of dif ficulty and perplexity as to whether the couventioo were acting within the.r limits in their attempted legislation. In our opinion also, it would amply repay the expense and trouble for the legislature to meet and make some aj propriatiou to secure a fair represent ation of nur industries aud resource.-) at the eotniui: exposition iu Philadelphia. Communicated. Journal of Agriculture and FARMER. A Uerk'y rr ilir InrM. rrsmrd Mtttl ittitf t'irrlst. T?.e Wetly AtKJ- of Agricaltare asi Panctr ciiur-Ui itlon of the mihly Journal of ijricimsTc &d tac weekly Mi rouri Farmer, sinl u b The sre.it UadUig p-pulsr Farm aud Fire J 1 per ol'lfje -ouihncsi. It depi twrvtsdre cornplet" artd air 'J edil- I. i ha ranee is le t.i;!i tcituic-ud tnis drpir jaeut ii"3) utl ji rood hsn c"ii-. tribute! hy the luewbc. itt tae ;dcr. Tn ' . l.r..,.r .1.... ... , .. ,J..,.l ., I auejrenea-utn nasn ineomitanueroiel l the fact that we are not dead uut . to ,J4eir mterwt-. and mtnr hint, of hou.'c- liveth, and inleti i tn :'iiish up" item- PLSI CitKEK, Nobraka. December 20th, I.SVi Ei. Chief: The pen of Xrxed has long been silent. This fact has given rivi to various conjecture avto hi- prubable fate Goip pronounced hi:u cead aid hU creditors echoed the cry. We tace plei.-ure iu unnouncttu UEI) CLOUD & SMITH CKNTER Stage Line. Billiard Parlor. Ca Xiir9et. iixr tScd-CUsil ;st The question ol' Sute rights and State bovereiguty U again to be agita ted. Senator Morton has introduced a series of resolution, affirming the supremacy of the Federal Government. Thii a tharp Mroke of policy. The Dcstocralic leiJcrs will be obliged to express thvir hentimenL, and slww their true colore. It 5s believed that the people of the United States will support no party that maiutaiu" the principles of the old Demorratic early on the subject of the relation of the Federal aud State- government, while it is a notorious fact that the present leaders of the party advocated such sentiments bufoie and during the war. Wc are anxious to see them take a stand oti the question to-day. The Road to Denver. occasionally for the Chief. We ha J tin ught of "grinding out" an article once a werfc for the columns of tho CHIEF, but fear that the readers of said paper might become rcckle-s and failing to find us, tuii;ht inflict bodi y injury on the sacre 1 person of i'e Edi tor. To avoid this calamity we wih try and contain ourselves lor two or three week at a time. Farmers iu this part of thu countrv are m st a 1 doue hulking corn. The yieiJ ha bejn large and the pnp'e are in good spirit.s in conscquen c. (Jur corn crop owing to our loitering care, did t-x-ceeltngly well. We plowed the ground and plantel the com, an I then with the industry and patience, character istic of u, sat ilown and watched it Krow. We would sit for hours un ler the balmy shade of the friendly sun flowers and watch that corn. Uur wife stieue-ted that we borrow a culti vator and go through the corn destroy ing of weeds, but we met this Mig gestion with arguments so strmiir and conclusive that the idea was 1 ut aside at once ;i wholly ab.-utd. Why, said . holil utlllt aii-1 irov i a tvice en be claned by tho-e who wi(i become orttauidnt in iiieir n'iai ma ornti'ittjiui'. .11c1a , .. .,..,. , w H ot: m-tru tel oy tetdiux tbe Journal ' IlAo I I C5, Arnculturc -ud tarnirr.ainj iioumt ysOouKl be wilUoul iu IU .MAKKKT HKI'O'tTS are complete autbeuti'r and reliable and tbe lMp-r I? worti toe a'.crip" in (ricluuel" j Kei iu uiaiKtu', .rc-nauu ciiao(ecvcr wcer feeud tur it ! ltead it ! Take its advice and it will pay you Men an 1 women. boy. and cirV. old and jouns. jfive .be loum.tl of Aricul ure aud Farmer a trial tor one ear an i ee 11 you have not male a mi,J unotuient. Itb'.i Urxe -j.ie. ii eolutnn wee'.! .Vrieu.tu al ruc abi Faun'y .Neu-pjper. uu i u frre (rout imlii'yzj aivt rrluiou ui-cu-Ujiii. anil 1 cli. teand ac-II wiitt 11 micc suike- it a nclolueti it r in ttnrT!idj ol housebold-in thesrpjt hi si.d Valljy. O.u aLii T.int-i. t naoin liberal tenni will lie riven. We want 3t-ni in every town a 1 vil..i . Send fjr s;ecim en copy free, and w- ak tltat y u m;ii I u hs n:iuc of jour fiicute. i?o III v. m.y rv il e-nieiineti coj ie rub cription price. 0 pfr,anii.m ; club o: b -r mo e. 1 -V) eich. I'o'tae. 1 ec i raut ent wit 1 ei.-h n.uue. .ts e prepay eierj papr tent out Cllhrt Mj-tlKLL A- COl'ublis'ters. 31u Nunli aiXih al.cit. t. Lbui. Connection at Hed Cloud with the Republican Kiver :age Line. Three recular trij- a week, arriving 1 an! (K'partinv: from KeJ Cloud the I miik time tlft stage from the raih-cad A jovers 0ftg9r srcTnttcJ to FARE YKUY LOW. iSL... , r -- - I or-.-i iron aorjtnci:r 01 crrs can- J. a. iUSiJVT, Pre?. 1 j- , , . r i . . uic, aim nuts atw.t-' on ii-tnu. j DenVCr iiOUSe- GcntlemanlvcJurk alwavs on hand I uoe all. JL - - - - NEB. The only fir-t-tlas hue iajhe city. Stauii leaves ifi? Ihjusu eveiy other morning for lied Cloud and the K. I'. K H. nil The Inter-Ocean. .- THREE EUlTIOS, v72SL7. SSIE-WSSSLY & 5AIL7. HASTINGS RES T.I URtl.YT Where yon cin 3d a gzzi square 3:2! ::r Txastj-fir cests. OVSTEKS in every style. Fruits, Nut?, Apple. Candies Jellies and Canned goods of all kinds Cigars & Tobacco The hijrhiM market price paid for nvrrr.it, v.uus axd to atteM to cistotnrs. njLtr KD. SMTTrf, Trop. RED CLOUD DRUG STORE. Chas Potter, Kep. thr Iwt and lircast I)nn Store ',n Red Cloud. Prescription carefully coaiH)unded both diy and night. n4 tf 93T Fan uer from the Rptihlicnn Valli-y a ill do well to give u- a call I.t:.b!i !il le-fhnn lliri. u.iro.-r.n.n ' W UCIl III lOWII. U.-ir cntiitiru I'.i; iilHirau l'.iper pi -diced (' II QTIV1T to innrti:n nmtileiend tll piifeip.es .-unt I T . n. oi iii .iui. orsauui'iioii ot .the Nationn l.iuoli ui. i Wvst side Ilastittirs Avenue. I'rtity tho l.S'i Kl; (Ci: i.S w.m e.uly pit h- wo MiiimKc wliil.. vi' -in imrin in nm I Cl1 '" ,MC "r-"r"'-' Journ ill, m and achieved we, suppose wniie we are g'ine to pro l ,lrUt..e unpr.-ce.leiiud i the bu-t ryot CALL TOS A DSLEGATS C07STZ02f . The action of the administration with regard to the charges against Babcock is exciting a great: deal' of crmiuient. It mut be confessed that the telegraphic iccsjagee whiuli passed between Grant's confidential -secretary and Joyce, the smooth tongued smug gler are very damaging to the charac ttjr of Babcock. But like Bcchcr's le ters, their infamy may be explained away, until nothing but the letters re main. Jyce, Avery, aud McDonnell, ll administration pets have fallen he-f-ire the temiHatioas of untaxed- whis key, aud nothingseeuis more natural than to suppose them that even 'a lit rie higher up iu official rank the whis- key ring has its adherents. The Democratic papers go- to the fcxient of implicating tlie President in the fraud. It would'altuost sectu in credible that suspicion should attach M the highest officer of the nathn. Yet in these days of reckless criticism- and iocouxidenrtd euure, none can escape even such lowcaluotny as thi-s Bt having with all confidence in the ars mar parity ot'-Gnt, there does, nevertheless, seem to have been a great number of unfortunate appoint tueuts during, his administration. There will bo a delegate convention holden at the Academy of Mu-ic, in Lincoln, Nebraska, on January 0, 187t at 3 o'clock p. 111., composed of dele gates from the following-count i s, viz: Lancaster, Sew ml. Saline, Fillmore, Gage, Jefferson, Thayer, Nuckolls, Webster, FranUin, Harlan, Furnas Red Willow, Hitchcock, and Chase, for tho purpose- of incorporating a Narrow Gauge Railroad Company, having for its object the construction of a narrow gauge railroad from Lin coln to Denver, via the Republican Valley. Each of the above named counties will be entitled to five dele gates, and one additional one for each o.OOO of population or fractional part thereof bused upen thceenvusof IS75. Each of the above named counties are earnestly requested to send delegates to said convention. Gentlemen fn.m Denver will be present in attendance upoo'tttid' cenvention to consult and aid in the project. Per order of the committee. Si 1. as Gahbf.k, Chairman. T. P. Kknxakd, W. W WlLStiN, H. J. Walsh, L. W. BlLLlNGSLEY, A Couu, M..I1. MISSIONS. Dated, Dec. 14. 1S75 cure a cultivator, some hungry grass hopper or other ravenou- beast .should invade that orufield an 1 d-stroy it, so we patiently watched With -lecp less vigilance and untiring iudu-try we watched tlutcoru. The nan t wa- gratifying, we gathered seveia! huti dtod bushels ol corn, the reward of in dustry. We in en 'el f Ihvj something to say on the Railroad question, but fear we have already wearied your pa tience, so we will only add that we aie "in for" bonds if by this mean- a rail road can be secured in a reasouab'e time. May have more to say ou the subject anoffier time. Very respectfully yours, XERXES. Oak Cuklk, Webttr Co., Neb. December 13 h, 173. Er. ClIIKF: Although Brooklyn has more inhabitants than our little precinct, yet we have a M'andJ equal to Beecher Tiltou. A member of the United Bicthrcn Church, over sixty years of ager had charges brought against him-as follows : Incest with his daughter, abu-iiug his family an J 0 ver-reach ng the truth. Making up his mind that all c uld be pioved against him, h withdrew fiom the church. When, oh when, will wc get rid of wolves in sheep's clothing? J. E. II. ta.k::e The Newspaper Furnishing , THE MOST NEWS the Least Money t-ueh entrrpri g lly uniVLiala-.nut it h been if n ieil i'o.iitmn .I THS L3ADIS5 SSPU3LI3A1T PAP22 I.N THK MMtrilWRST. For Moody and Saukey the enitneiitTe vivalists seem not to be exciting much bo t ice or atteation just now. A' Prophet &c, Sic We apprehend that nothing short of a new rfopemarion will take very lasting bold i tkis country. Guide Rock. Ncbrasla November 1-t, l87o. ), Ed. Chief: The nie-ent term el the Sabbath School clo-cd to d ty, un der the able management of C. A. Iiune as Superintendent, the school has prospered. Tho following arc the officers and teachers : Chas. A. Lane, SupL; M. M. Morgan A t. Supt.; Mm. Wm. Sabiai Treasurer ; Mary Sabin, Librarian ; E. O. Parker, Sec Teachers, Mrs E. O. Parker, Mrs. Win. Sabin, Mrs. A. M. Talbot, Mrs. X. Lathrop, Mrs. Judsin Balcy, Mr. Shelton, M. M. Morgan; and Henry Curtis. The following arc the schol ars receiving pr zi for committing verses from memory: Anna Shelton ! Crth. verses ; Lonnetta Bailey 147 ; Renna i.ane 27; Willie Sabiu J!. The average attendance has been 44. A Mr. Lane intends to return east shoit lys he desires to express his thanks to all connected wiUi-the school for their pn..lattn,I!,n....-.Iftrr,.. Tk.. "' J ?l'cial telegram froui th lead .., f.u. .U.V...I m. iitj , i.igcuie-i 01 ini.unl I THE CHICAGO POST & MAIL Now in its eleventh year, clam:? the jKitron- ugeol'lhe pul.k-.u ihe broad tcruud tn.it tt i.-. eiupii.itieaily, The Peopled Paper I The prices of .-ubscription of both Daily and Weekly are iu idj so luv ., to bring he pa pers trithin inu means uf every u.an win. eaa iiti'nrd tu take any Kiud ut a ueucpapcr. aud the news o tha aay ot minor iuiportauecif.-o i-undeied us to embrace eveutj from all points nct-e.-i.iblc by iele.cr.iph or u.ail. Ut aU import uit happening-, lueal or general, tho japcr will co.ituiu lull aud tractive at counts. Republican in lolitic:, as heretofore, tne l'-'st and .Mail pruvfcu to Kiveits best eUurtitu the supj.u t of i s party in tb'icmiiic Pre-ideutial camp.i kii. n.-wcll asiauiiuoi political pomi at cuute-ts. audio labor for the GltCATKST OdOD' Tl "SllF: CltE.VTEST X CM II Elk Nut alo.ie on it- pnlitical elnr.ii-terdoej the IX 1'Kit-fJCK.VN rvil it. elaiuw to pi pil lar tar.ir. It aiui-at the hiirbeit rxcelleuev 111 ;i!l ic- irtiiient and in Ibi- c-a nl pro-itre.i-ivejuuriMlt-iii aspires toiiu.-'itioii atnoiu t'le be.U Ihe iXTi:it-JCKAX makes cfiyuci.il claims A FAMILY NEWSPAPER. It- nil mill- are caret ally gnardeil axniut objf-etionabiM uutler. an I e.!y eUort if 111 .fie to render it .1 l-:i.int and prbvable 'souipaiiioii t the home Unhide. The Conmiercia! Department ij coHductcd wftii cre-it i-.irp, ainl crto thine jiositdu 14 ilone to make the M UKhT ItKl'OIir Such in the f.innc'M anil Iiuiincs.-' Men of the .orthweu cm rely upon The Asricalmra. Dspartnort Iacare ully eil'ted by se itlojjea tf ability and experieue In Literature. Lc:a! ani General 2ct:, tQTsira & Dsmsstic Correspcnionce. And eveiythui t!i.U khcs to make .1 Finn r i la .y.v a; wsiw feu la not excelled by any publication iu the cuiiutiy l'lu INi'KK-UK.V.N it a X A T I 0 X A L X E W 6 I A I K R. one that will be found u.'cful and iniore-'tiric to Amerit'uis in ever tiact ol" the Globe. Whiie it c?psci.iliy reprejcuU the Great Interests of the Kcrthwsst. It i-t Xati--ni.il in its vit-wii nnd ciniprelien-s-ivc in it?uet jg.i'hrriiiK-,. Firm in itpoht-n-.il t.iith. it i. not bi i.tid. anl in all Iim n sions iiiuih to be candid, uiuilied, and ab.jiu ic-r-i)iiol nbune. Ihe IX I'lilt-OCKAX haMhehrfPst aKKre K.itis circulation ol'aii) newspaper publi:ied 1 1 the imr (.west. It U sent to more ban ;.("J t'o.-to'tice.i, tlistributeu iu u.cry State and Tc-ntiory in the bniti 1 State-. m ..II the Ifnti h I'rov'incc''. r.nd iiuiiierous loreiKu State? and coiintriid. tiH-nm HASTINGS, NEB. rHERE The Monty UeS OIiK.Tniany rarnTf? hare foiuiTit to be iu good Mock. Poultry, drain, etc The Ajikricav stik'K Jot'H.tAt. tell all about thee, and ma be had A WHOLS YSA3 FOH $1.00. Jtiit (lank o. it ! X'early Joip ge of thi valuable iiiforiiiaiiaii (exoluive uf tinted rolr) iu oucjeur. Vetcxiiiary advice with out charh . Iapro7od Sto: Tree, a well a- many other article.-' to those eot- tinjr up club. A cent-' nnd other lntviuira 1 little -:ure time, can make excellent wk nnd do o'lier koo t. bynbta.tii jc-ulwrilu-r-: 1 ceut ?ecues speciuieu aud cxplaiiii how to do it. A.iirci- 1'iirrs nun r ii Kits. Parkcbur. Chester Co.. Pa. First in the Field 2:tah!i:hei 1858. IAir.$10. Wi:KKi.v$-i. Th Taeob.uu llou.ne JUNIATA, NEBRASKA. IFa lately chnrnred hand, and i now under the oraiuzemeut of J. M. JAC03S0N, Who will iinikc it the host Hotel West of Lincoln. Ho has in connection with this hotel a good FKKD, SALE, AND Ituiitirffi Slrn. ItnllroMd orrirlitts, 4 'on n iy lflioera, and other. .11 feutiuu I ti:k.ms OF SUUSCKIPriuX : iiAiLY. liy .Mail, pa j able in advaucu). per y'r. pnttpaid $10 Oil 3 month. " fto S KM I- A K K K L Y .- My JlaU. per yeirtiu odinauei, p stpuU ") club ol four " " ..... lL'yi club-ot six. " " 17jxj clwt often " " ij.oj Uno iree cony with every club ot ten U'KKKLY.-Ily Mail. perjeirdn advance), po-tpa d 1 "- lull tit four " " 5V I'lubiiftfii ' " Uni) Club of twenty " " ': i)J Uue ttee copy wi h tvery club o twenty. LIVERY ' STAB L E Guest cariied to and from the de pot free of charge. Juniata, Adam Co. .!. BAUM'S NEW CHICAGO STORE. I.V MCMTT ILIt.NO 1ST lOCK HOUTII or TIIK tXS7 RED CiOUDf NEB. ' Ir Ticre yo aw buy vuv goo uft, xvno Urny 3fiMl ClolliInfC, Hml& Vnpy and rfenj'hiig m ikr tine ttj Genenl Mefchancfse. AT IJKEATLY HEItCE! I'KIC. t. :it ... .. n .-in.ir mv xtiwk and price l-rforr Lumr . . 5 whrre. A friendly inviuiion exemfrI to all. SuAH I ak i a trial and-1 am uir that 1 can nmnnri- you i. j kepthe largest tock and the chcapct tor we.-l of the Mi..wir Li. BAU1V. P. S. Highest Market Price paid for ail kin. of Country Produce, Hidts and Furs. CHAS. R. JUNKS. Junimtm. Nebraska. ?TH0LI2ALI AKS SETAH SSALXS IK DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, CAP J, Tinware, Queensware. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. HigliCMt Caalt Price Pid for (irnln. Tins wm unit mvm fima PilQTARP -T1'o new pwt.icc law rUO I Mt. ,() ,!, ufe.-t tfie I.-t day of J.iuu try. A. D ls"". Under thi-1 ivrth.iit asHou uevr.-ip.tpfi? in .-'i be p.nd at the otlice nhiTf I bey are mailed. Money can be kmii by draft, money-order. cxpre.. oi reirMter" 1 letter, at our nk Special ivrraiiinu-nt' ina.le w th country publhers for clubbing uitb their i utilica tions. SAMPLE COPIF FUEK. Address ixri:xoci:Air, II!) LnkcWI., 'hirsc- CITY DIaUGiSTOItE Red Cloud. Nebraska. OfflArlA REPU3LICAN iS v. (i m U o o k -ANU-.101? PKINTIXG AND EdabliMlniient. after many years experience, with superior facilities, aud the IttXr WORKMEN to be found in the Wot, will 51I4any order, larjre or small, in tne bcM .-tyie at liort notice, and ut the lowest price?. Smith & Calvert BSD CLOUS DKAI.KItN IN UES. OUR BLANK HOOK WORK and Bindinjr of every dta.criptMi can not be j!urpapd by any firm in the state, aud challenge L-ninpurison. The Daily Po5t and Mail is. for itt size, the Chcapc.-t .Neiv.i..ipcr in tho VS cm, ind ii.-nf4r years bee prominent u the lendmjt expo nent of Cheap Juuriialisui, whi It meau tt civc tne teoidc the uew of the day a the lowest petiole liure. Tho paper furuisli ed to Miuenber by in lil, po tac prctiaiU. ut foil. u.i : Daily, per annum SC.S3 I Da:ly..1 in .n:hs $1 70 six moiuhs J.M I " 1 nioi.th 0 Uann3 i;s C:st cni? Two csats a Dsj ! Jr less than Hull the Cot of other Dailies. V . . -i t-i'- aO A The lcadin? fe.iturcis of tbpflaily ITS illAKKET KUPOitT WWch arc carefully prepired byexperiencci men. at a lare expc.se. aad cover ivi.h the utmost accuracy, the MarKe uf ( hi. jn. , ifYM m County Work A Specialty, and County OHieors will rind nrfortii tint l:il..,f :iiul iiwnI iiiii.rnv-il 5t;i. lionery. Seal- for County, I)i-liict I and I'robate C'oarU, Justices of the I Peace, xc. FURNITURE, In Ked Cfloud. Keb . at tbeiro d tand. Ti delichlful tu tee what ti.ey have on hand. They have n upp1y it miy trul be jnid Ol thit which i.- ncedf I for the living or dead. They haro bedstead, rmd It . tabic A chair Mofa., bureau, nnd all kiu-lnfiuch wares. Crib, lounxe. sett es. and ninttrcfr too Which for all kinds of folks ami agrt will They Jmre magnn and Iwr-' lorcbilifrca ? ll. Whi.th will p'eac wires and babiei exerctl incly well. T!ir p y ctfh for these thine" and select them with rjrr. And will sell them as cheap aanyonedarc. Andwen to you all. both ronnc and old. They'll not refuse jrrrenbacki'. iler or sold. Wsiirvifrafi our friends and nrizhbors to nil. And hey d nbtless will find tbry ileal fairly with all. If i ou en me. I do think you can certainly buj A? nu one can say the price is too hick. J G. Poller ban just received the fiw4 aoriuc'?ttlof rorfrir5 Eitrrttsittarr KrerbrouRht to the Vallry. (Jirc him a call and eaamim- ao!ii and iricea. -T. CL Potter Red Cloud Nebraska. MY Dru; Store is in Red Cloud. Drue? are pure. Stock is complete. roat5. motto is onick jales nnd small j.V.1 ME V hit yon want. ,AMK Yo u r t u i n i-.- t h ere. V.i .If A To your ueirhbor. SAME That you hurt been there. There ay thing yon want. it in my linent traid. - louresul ailinz. IS L2SAL AND COZECIAL 2LA1TZ3. LKPOKR, IUV MXIK.S. KKCORD.i, Ac , in ready made stock, furni.-hed at the lowest price.. Order by mail for all kinds of .Inn Work exfctited with the utmost speed, and dispatched promptly. ST A. D. BALCOMBK, Manager "Republican," O.MAHA. JVKB A Splendid Farm and Family J mrnal. have his best wishes for their weifnre. K. O Park kr. Sec'y. PB03EEDIHGSOrTas"BOABD OF CO. coionssioNsas. Speaker BbAiKS-suoceedcd in get ting his resolution to amend the cou tltution referral to the Judiciary Couiiaittee. The ameadweRt is to the effect that so state slal be allowed tuUHuO December IS, 187a: Met pursuant to adjournment, Min utes of last meeting read and approved. Bridge across Elm Cicetoon Juniata road, built by John Laverty, accepted. Application of M S. .Molony for kaseof Sec. 36, T, M, granted. The following official bonds accept ed John Situpon, Road Supervisor, R, D No.5; L. D: Thomas Asses sor, Batin Precinct ; Himan Holdride Justice, Walnut Creek. Precinct. Keporta ef Supervisors of Road Dtstriots No. 5 aud 11, presented aud approved. The IbllowiBg accounts allowe 1 : David Mearns, J u4ge of erection $00 AbramWell?,. 4 2.10 H. A Burton " " 2W- Office ofCo. Superintendent dc.ar ed vacant and -Jt S. Gilbaai appoiuted to fill vacancy. Board adjourssd.5trie die. oreizn countries si.ll j lurther enha:.cc the vn ue el" this particul ir urpariuicni ox uie pipa . tiubincs men Uir.iu hout the country can rely on the mar ket quotatio s of tne Inland jl.ul a. beta? accurate and comprehensive. Published every afternoo . th pnp r fur nishes the public of the .Nortliwct with its Aewa ud .Market Itep-.rts at least Tec Hours in Advance of the morning papers, a pain in the timeaml a savins in money wnicli UuMncsa men iu the countiycinapprcoitte. In additim t tnis ? ecial feature, the Ton and'Mail give? the best of sjpecial Telegram-i Conciseness forliusinejs Men the Associated Pr k ti-patches. Crisp Correotideace. and Uenerat nd Local News ot all kinds. In all matters that tend to urW a sharp, spicy and enterprising daily renipapen he Daily Post and .Mail will not be fouad wanting. Folio winz the plan pursued by-toe D.ily, THJS WfiEKLV J?ost and Mail Has been icduceI in price, and a subscription for ont year now costs only O X K DOLLAR! The Kansas Farher I Tn it 14h yer. 8-p.iRe weekly. STper yer. f Urisinal. Independent and l'rotfreuive. The American Young Folks j The Be.t and cheapes Uoy'sand Girl'n paper ) published. 50 cent per year. Copies of bo'h- My soothing syrup the thing. HiTDSOW Toi ok Kr.n SJItltiElt Compound-" prescription correct Ha- quickly taken a hib place among -r air lit. 11 Kuih tne City DruscsTWc- "cultural journal. IV. Y. Tribune It has wftt liastnclarKeststvctiinthcralley SHEItEit Say come nnd see lor youri elf. Give Htm a cull iirforc Purchasing Ehettlnrr. IIAMESS SHOP The Best Paper For Farmers IS THE NEW-YORK Weekly Tribune- ONEflOLLAK per yi-in club of thirty or over. Specimen copies free. For terms and cotnmUsion. AddressTUETRIBUSE. Xew York- JACOB ftOHL, PKAI.ER IN Wines, Liquors, ajid Cigars, OF ALL KINDS. been i nnduc'efl with energy and ability, and we have considered it u. ..nx the best of our exchanges, ntrd a wothy rep enent-itivo .f the wen l'bils.. Pa.. Hr ct'l armer. Our ; Kansas frienJt should ferl much pride in thr high character a.id erling worth of their btnte agricultural paper. N'attonal Lire ) .Stock Journal. I like the Kansas 'armer very mub. and as early a my preent en gagements w m permit I shall ectee its pleasure to i rite for you on the terms you propose. Jo. Harris, of Moreton Fna aa thorof "Wilk and Talks" I red your Parmer with drpinterftt.-VVfBdcll Phillif.ss Hears unmistakable evtieUcenf the prurer bi I etferinr and enterprise of the Wert ol ilen Era vl .) Master U. H. Hudson, of tbe Kaiozs Statn Grange. says: "I aever tnrret. to tncntioa the K ixa tintr as b iagwor tny tbesupporV9fallPatron. HMtxtriH llnsMfrtrakave pwpertj rvclvl tt ibte ?. l.V.t. S. V. Ludlow U now prepared to do all kind-! of work IN THE Harness line. The bet. t of tnatericis wed, and all work WARRANTED. REPAIRING Done on sbrt notice and at reasonable Prices. Shop in McKitt's Store. Red Cln4 XehrnnKn. The Weekly will contain : 'i he News of the tVc-k. the UetO" Storier. General ra.Pn- forXen.ralltn1eaiil pronu-ion. Items ' ?SS52 ULGE BS12 A S?2CIALtT of Art, Litcratu e. fashion. Society cte """ atof Hth t (Vnnrhr C. .... J II - j uv. i.ti i.-ii uucri IUU naS-UBsTB a.eiiue, a aa lings, eu. Il-Iy MARKET REPORTS Carefully rerised down to thebour ofgnlsrij io press, in cverj-ujing it win oe. lor tne nice. I toappropriitetUepublCBonerhtkeJA. Tci.LETSi AM..HAWTf LnLt ufeamn schools. I GSrfc. Chainuao, :Are r The B.st Weekly In the Vest, and within the means of every JPlMMHy PIiyftirflMfc. I Offerj! hr services to the ufcffc.-f Etra9fdinat&Jncaiieiti- j and vriil attend to all professioaareaJk. j t earasrs. Send. f0r tcrrj" a"a sample ropire.. '1 OSes Orfr"S!rr's Dts? Sttrc MiMH S. A. TCanM el', Woal I respectfallr iBforatb Laiiecf Hd Cloud and vicinity tlsat & i vir- paretft fieeul order for MILLINERY, Dress-Making Cattle, Cattle. Cattle 1 AsD ro3 SAT.?:,. i of aim ct7uiynf iii tinrf I aaira uin inu i ssit niHfi. 50 head of cattle, V head of two- i year-old?, 10 head of j-eariinc, 3 head Of calves and the rest COW. OmhamdnA tor -immtomiMtmnft Which will be sold cheap for ca.- Alo a good heavy draft team weijtb t LACES, VEILS, in about ) handre-J, ee 8 aad ?. Price, borest and harneK $360. Abo a rana for rent, tenu, for I year, or J for five years ; TO'acres bro ken, good boa, 125 feet of suBHny, two welK and about Fiacres of Sail plowing. For pfrticwkrj mH o or address C A. Lane, or A. Gxrber. Minidiliockt or at Uits office, IO-3t THE CHICACO LUMBE t YARD 1 AT 'KID GLOVES. LADIK8 HATS, Ac iss S A. SUNSELX, fla SfcSTItTa jUMfx.J RED CLOUD, - -' HASTINGS, NKP Kfp constantly on hand tne larjreu atock of Dt j Pint l.atutcr irv the West. Alo HLIMDSi, MOUJLDINr IJVI. TARRED PAPER, . and all kinds of JOJICDI9TO 3IATKBIAL. Oar stock U well selected and purchased direct frwaa tbo t,U. " will be sold as Io as the lowet. O. OLIVER k ' Hasti, Ncbraiks. NEW HARDWARE STORE ! s WHOtESALfi ANfi RETAIL MITCHELL & fiOKMf ' Havrcriwaed a aew store 4 Wre jast reeeired a fvil mltompUl stock ot HABDWAR, CutUrf, Vmrpruitr A PAmfTNe TOOLS. COAL aad WOOD STOVES, tf e a a re Mit a Tb Shop cwseetrd- witfc aar Store. We &&- Tia, Copper k Shet Irca Wsra. O-i -Stflek t hKC.VmjfitW n,. wrtirel a lew as any keaae vest afLtaeaJs). CaU ami See Beftrs P.rcitiiii t lsewlfcrir 4 OppoMf e tit LaasWr Tar-1. vfRl Cloud. -- - V 1 If sv ' i a .vM irtC tf" I SSffSWSsS. o-mmm- --3lS --i5i2S5..j -"