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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1876)
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THEBED CLOUD CHIEF.
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rMBejeeaB e i k
them :i incorporated in the contitu.
tinn and law-, and who are in favor of
reavrrziii;.' and strcniriheniti;; the fun
damental principle of national unity in
this centennial atinivcrrary of the birth
of the republic,
' E. D. Morgan,
Chairman Hep. Natjouul Committee.
E. I'iiandlbr, Fcc'y.
the house reducing the rates on third '' Q J WEEK LY SUN
cln- or unfiled to Ct:iit per ounce as
r - r-i,
m tf Vm
A. S. Paddock Iieatrice. U.S. Senator.
W. Hitchcock. Omaha. U. S. Senator.
Ljtsukj Uronnse: Representative, j
SILAS GARDERr. (Jovtrnor, Linrnln.
Bruno TxschurK. Sec. vi fciate.
J. B Waiforn, Linoola, Auditor.
J.C. Mctiride. ., Treasurer.
Uco. II. Huberts. Att'y G,-n.
J. M.McKeruic. Linooln.Sup.Pub Instrifc.
(left. B. Like. Omaha, Chief Jastice.
Dau'lUantt. Nebraska City. 1 ;.. t...
Sfeu'l Maxwell. Platimouth S Associate Jui.
J. K. Tulleyi.
E. II. Jones.
I. W, Tulleyi.
II. r. ISiU.
J. S. trflhia,
C C. C-.ou.
W. K. Thnrn,
A. M. 'l-rdy.
O. W. Rail.
Wehrtsr Ccatr GosJsrcsi.
Webster Co,', 2?cb., lies in the Valley ol
the Republican, ii 15J mile' west of theMis
eouri RTVerand t'tuchcj the State line nn
the South. "Winter are mild and dry: very
little rain or snow falls in that season so lit
tle in f.ict that cattle live all winter with no
hy or grain. Plenty of rain f ils in the
prinir and summer. The cummers :nc not
disagreeably warm, as there is always a coo)
breczi especially in the eveninss. The
county first bcican to so tie ;n 1870. I- 1871
the county was organized with n population
of 45. Its i-opulatio" is nc-w bi-tivceti 2.V,0
and 3000 and is rapidly increnMiiK. 'J'heic
Hre nt pree.ent33 organised school districts
within its boitndriee and"school facilities arc
therefor aniple-bcttcr than those in anme
Eastern States. The apportionable school
fund 'urni-hea nearly enough monry to paj
teachers' waces. Partners can buy It. R
laud fnnc J1.SU to S6 per acre with teiiyeats
time. There is yet a considerable amount of
rovornment lands for homerteiidt, and pre
emptions. Asa stock j-ai.-ing country it is
hard 'oexsel. Cafle do well, and for sheep
it eianot be beaten, Ii is just suited to that,
fortunes can be easily made by ruisir.ir sheep
as the expene of fcedinpis very small That
corn, oats, bxrlsr. potatoes, back wheat, and
all kiixk ffroolau4 vedeiables. are sron-n
fcsrewith little labor. 35 bush-ls of sod corn
to th"; acre is n -thine new. "Wheat avcraces
about 25 bushel to the acre. Fruii docs ex
tremoly well. Kvcry farmer has his orchard
growing. Forest trees row r..pidly. Cftton
wood. boxalder. white-wood, suit ma; le. and
n.auy clhertimls of trees grow into timber
large cuoush fir-fud in anout tthrcc years.
Oiins orange plants do iccly. and in a few
year your live lences can bo made. Me
chanics find eaip'oyuirnt ;.nd fair wages. The
rery bi.;t and purest water iitained i.y
going from 5 t U"J feet The oust is very
final! hen the well is bored The c wells"
nevcrgod y. The streams of ihiscoui.ty arc
the Republican and its tributaries- which are
as fdlows- on the south side of the rivr.
n'Hlniit'. Dry. RuiT.tl ..State Penny. U dar.
llicks, Abhvand 'mtdc Rock creeks'. On the
aorta srid-" are Willow. K!m. Cottonwood.
Crooked. Indian, and farmers creeks. In the
north parLot the county is the Blue river
and its tributaries.
The soil of Webster county Is a d?rk. rich
vecetablo loanu The-wild graces are nulri
t out aiuIabutidanUand makenortc.ceIlcut
hay. rimothy.cloer, Hungarian and milltt
will undoubtedly prove a iTofitable produc
tion. Those who have tried them so decido
Our railroad pospcls arc good, and we
will have -i road as toon as we really need
one. Rut the farmers for years will find ready
tale 'or surplus production in the newer
counties west and to new settlers. By the
time these markets are closed" roads for
cneaper transportation east will be opened.
Our climate is healthful, the air pure and
bracing; and sickness o?any kind, is itlmost a
stranger to the people hre.
The county seat. RED CLOUT on the Re
publican river, near the center east and west
and a little south oi the center north and
aouth. In it are chances for busines.; tncnf
every branch of trade. The country around
i kurIi as to warrant a good business in every
k n,l of merchandise. Red Cloud nndtluide
rtock are the ouly two laid nut towns. Fur
thar information can bo obtained from any
1 an J ag juL who advertises in this, paper, orat
Cill .for Ecpublicaa Xatircal Convention.
The next Union republican nation
al convention for the nomination of
candidates -for president and vice pres
ident of the United States, will be
held in the city of Cincinnati, Wednes
day, the 14th of June, 1S7G, at 12
o'cloclc noon, and wil!eoav.'t of dele
gates from each state equal' to mice
the number of its senators and repre
sentatives in congress, and oPtwo del--
gates from ach organized territory
and the District of Columbia.
in the calling of conventions for the
election of delegates, committees of
tl.c several state.- are reommoudrd
to invite alb icpublican cjoctois and
all other voters, without regard to paM.
political differencei or previous party
The call for the itepubiican ronven
t on for the puipo.-e of nominating the
next President has aiicjidy brooght
before thu joiblic mind the several
gentlemen who will be aspirants for
that position. The indications ate
that the I're.-ident vrili bo chosen fiom
the more eastern states. The uioat
prominent candidates now before the
public are Blaine of Maine, Bristow of
Kentucky, and Morton ol Indiana.
Governor Ffajes of Ohio has been
urged iu oppu-iiion to Morton a-: the
candidate ol the wc.t by Senator Sher
man. The third term notion seems
to be effectually exploded. The con
test would seem to lie at present be
tween Blaiuc and otie of the western
men above named. Of the three from
the west, Brisiow seems to stand the
poorest chance. He ha not been uf
fieiently long before the public tj giin
the public conSdenee. His action
against the various whiskey lingi in
dicate a strong degree of ensrgy, and
perhaps piiiity. But whiskoj
frauds will not be the issue. The
speeches and tone of the Democratic
congressman, indicate the existence of
a sp'u it, which while it endures ttIJI
to a great extent ncutra!iz3 the restilt
of the war. The recent debate on the
amnesty vice shows the veins of the
reconstructed southerners, and the
tame subserviency of their democratic
allies of the north. A Democratic or
a conservative victory would undoubt
edly do much to augument this spirit,
while the election of a President of un
doubted Republican and union procliv
ities would have a strong effect in sub
duing this hostile disposition. Uiis
tow icpm-enting a state which stood
neutral in the contest is not sufficiently
committed, has not a record clear
eiiough to entitle him to the leadership
of the Republican ptrty.
Morion's chances seemed to consist
iin his beinc the s.tionyea candidate
from the Wet. Thtrinovemctit look
ing towaids Gov. "laves as the west
ern man will utid ubtedly weaken liim.
Morton's war record is good, and some
two or three years ago apparently
pointed him out as the coming Presi
dent. He seems however of iatej'ears
to be losing h:s hold on thepeon'e and
his influence and rank in the party.
It is more than probable that Senator
Morton will not be the nominee at the
Governor Hayes is comparatively a
Kew man, at leat his name has not
Been prominently before the public in
connection with the Presidency. This,
however, may be an element of
strength. Hi lecord thus far is good.
An officer, in the war, a former Gov
ernor of Ohio, and J're-h from his te
cenf victory over Bill Allen, the ftiwer
of the Democratic stronghold, he is
perhaps quite as we'd qualified
as any whose name might be
sprung to win popular favor, and carry
the popular vote.
At the present of all the gentlemen
above mentioned, Blaine is undoubt
edly the strongest man, and more than
any otiier is regarded a. the leader of
the party. Rhine's career in the
II use as member and speaker was one
of continual advancement. And now
that the House has passed into control
of the Democratic party, Blaine stands
out pre-eminently as the leader aud
strength of the Republican party. In
parliamentary strategy he has showu
himself emiuently qualified to guide
formeily. Gai field explains his action
in the last congress, asd chars himself
and the house from the imputations
which had reteJ upon tliem by alleg
ing that tho law of last tension by mis
take covered more than wa intended.
Among the victims of the whiskey
prosecutions in Chicago the name of
A. C. Hesing stands out in full relief.
Three months ago Ileing was candi
date for the offioi of County Tieasurer
of Cook count'.
A fire occurred iu Grand Island on
the morning of the 2-StIi. which result
ed iu the destruction ol Engel vt Sieg
mund's pearl birlev mill. Tht mil!
had not been built but a few tftonths.
and a it was not insured the loss will
fall heavily upon its on-rs.
rishtepn hundred- and sevtntv-ix is &e
Cen tennis.' 7ear. It h l-o the year in whTeh
an Opposition lloc?e of Krpresent tire, the
the ntt fcincc thwr. will be in power fct
"W'abitieton:and he yer otthr twenty-third
tle.tion of a fiesiaVnlof the United States.
AH oi these events ore are to be of interest
an i imt-orunc-. e-pccally thetwo latten-ind
all ot them aud everythirg connected with
them will bf lullj an 1 lreshly reported and
expounded inTn Sc.v
The O poM'toa Hoti-e of Rcpresentatrres.
taking ui the line of inquiry op:nl years
a? i by 'Ae un, tvill Ster ly and diligout.y
invesiigale tUe corruj thm and misdeed of
'.r..ut's ailann .-trHtion; and will, it is to be
hor.el. lav thefoun lation lura n-wani bet-
I tr period in our national history Of ;i,l this
ine run win cuiiuiin c uiif c nun aircuraie
accoun's, luruishiug its retdet with ejrty
an 2 trustworthy information Urun these ab
i rbi'ig topics.
The twen y-third Pressdenti tl c!e:tion.'
W'th the preparations for n. will be rne:aor.t
bh; as deci ung upun tlrant's a-piraMons fora
tiiini term of power and plunder, ami st.ll
un. re as dec ding who shall to the candidate
of 'ho jaityot ttelorr. n-l as elestinj thit
c.tndida e. Concerning all th ee suojects.
thoja -ht read Thk r witl h ive the means
ofb'iiiiMhoioiichly well int-jraitd.
Tiro H'ceWy .xun. wtiivh has itai .d a ci.--cul.iti
n ot over euh y -brtu'".!!! 1 cop e. al
ready has its re iders in wery .-oate a d fer
ritory. anil we trast ih.it the yar 176 wilt see
taeir numbe douiiied. ll wi.l routinua to
be iiriinh newi.u'ier. Aft the general
Wi'i oftheu'a will be found in it. condensed
when utiimpioraut. at t'uil leng.h wh-n -f
in meat; a'ld a.vay-. wa trut. trelud,!n a
cleir. iute.e.-'in-.uni instructive m.uiner.
It isuuraim to iiMkethe o kk lYft'Nihc
bst lainiiy newif.pir .n the woM.i. jnd we
shell cuittiiiue t" give in its columns a large
amount -t misci-lani-ou.- readi. g. su-ca as
stone-, tales. ui;in. .-cieniiLc inteUijcenre.
and ugricultur.il intorma ion. for w:u.:h v
have not room in our daily u littun. The a -riciiuur.il
department e.-i-cc uliy is one of its
prominent fcatares. '1 he I i.-hious are ul-o
rrgulrly reported in its oluniu:: and so are
the market- of every kia I.
l'lir Vki.ki.y Sl. ciciit page-, with fi.ty
six bro.:.l co. iiuiiis is oi:l SI 0 a ear. jns-t.i-e
t.rrniiil. As Iii nrice li trelv reoivs tie
thev would revolt i 'o.t of the ppcr. no.iiiivjuiit c. ii b- nude to
eiub. aisentJ. I'ostui isters. o- any .lie
iheI)n.Y C.n" n Iare fiur pige newpa
per oftw.iuiy-cight commas, gives ah the
news lur two ceuis a ejpy. ubcrntion,
jK.t.tt:.. prepaid, -"xi c. :t nuoi h orS"3.bl aye r
MiindtV edition extra. SI. 10 per car. We
have no traveling age .!..
Addreu. I'tl li Su'X. New York City.
' Ciooktd'' nickle-have bcn quite
coii-picuou-i aliot the H. P. 11. R.
l.ituiy C'ii-f(pietiily the U S marshal
took (lie matter in hand and picked up
two men one a jeweler near Schuyler
who nave been manufacturing the
ECW 7H3 BRITISH EUL3.
"If the nation-, of Hif.do-tan were
agaiust th'j authority of Kugl.iud. They
are accordingly -ubj-i'tel tosumethiug
very like the Trih "Coercion act."
The tiirer oeci.pie- the place in that
country, which the ltudlord hold.-in
Iieland, owing to the fat that the na
tives are entirely di-armtd. One
tigress in ISriO cleared outjhc inhabit
.mrs of thirteen villages .-cot them
Hyir.g in all uirettiofj-- a feat which
could hardly be surpassed by ciutariii
able nobh-uin, Lord Lucan himself.
During two yoirs in southern Bengal,
one tiger killed two hundrod persons.
Tt:e wolves have been as de-tructive
as the tigers. In live year- 4 fi.sO per
son- have ben killel by wolves, and
L'50 miles of territory ictuiined uncul
tivated owing to the combined ravages
of tigers and wolve--. The objtct of
the government in distnning the ni
lives is apjiarcntlv to protect these
animals. Its object in Iieland ih
equally apparent. "-Ar Y Irish World.
Let us thank God for a country,
free from the rule of a government,
which gives better protection to the
savago brute, than it does to human
beings, whose souls are made into the
image of God Hiin-elf
RED CLOUD & SMITH CKXTER
Connecting at Red Cloud with the
Republican River Stage Line.
Three regular trip- a week, arriving
and departing from Rivl Cloud at th
same time the stage from the taiiroad
RES T.l UK.l.YT
Tfisra jzn cm gy. a g:zi sqzars asal
:;r Ixer.T-fira cn:.
OYSTERS in every style.
Fruit., Nuts, Apple?, Candies Jellies
and Canned goods of all kinds.
Cigars & Tobacco-
The highest market price paid for
BUT TRIE, iiiUS AD
fSrVaTiuer from the l'epub'icnn j
Valley will do well to give us a call j
when in town.
C H. STEWART.
Wistside Hasting- Avenue.
nll-3m HASTINGS, NEB.
CITY DRUG STORK
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
Ca-JCftia Strost, ser. ix? tc 2ei 7::si
All lovers uf the game are invited to
&3TA fresh as-ortment of cigars, can
dies, and nuts, ahr iys on hand.
Gentlemanly clerks always on hand
to attend to ctstomera.
ED. SMITH. Prop.
FA HE VERY LOW.
J. R. S7?.?OT, Pror.
7733ZL7, S3SI-W3SKLY & SilLI.
I)ru; Store is in Red Cloud.
StJt-k :-ompltte. profits,
mult ii-uuicialcs and siuatl
K. ME hut you want.
A .1 ft' Vour t-u-in.-s- thcr.
V i ME '1 your neighbor,
J'AME That you have been there.
There any ihingyou want.
1 1 in my ineo! iraid.
Vour c!:il I aililic.
.My .-ooilun -nipthe thing.
SllcliEll Vnipniiiiu-' pre'criptious correct
. I: Et: Run- the City Drag Store.
VllEJlEtC Has the largest -ttck in the valley
SJlEHEIt Says coaie and -ee lor yourself.
(rice film a cill livfore
Par chit sin ? Ehrwlurc.
RED CL0U0 DRUG STORE.
Keps tho bft and largest Drug
Store in Red Cloud.
Prescriptions carefully compounded
both day and night. n4 tf
The Best Paper ForFarmers
ONR DOLLAR per year in club of thirty
or over. Specmieu copies tree. For terms
AddressTIIKTRIBUNE. New York.
ix mcmtt's nriLtiNa Ist holm: snn or tttc post otiok.
RED CLOUD, IVTEB.
Js where you can buy
!2SY TOl IKS, XCT!EO
UiiU MiuU Clothing:, Kat& Cijmi,
Hoot ft & Shoo.. Grotcris,
and cccrythihg in tkr fine oj General Werchsmica.
AT GREATLY REITCED PKICKS.
rAITUFACruaiSTl A flC3SSIT7.
No town or city in the west, espe
cially iu Nebra-ka, can ever gain much
wealth or population without manufac
tories. Residence- property cannot
reach a high price in Nebra-ku or else
wheie, until business is furnished,
which will bring manufacturers- from
the east and Europe. Ctuttr Union
We are satisfied of those facts, and
when they do come, and the Republi
can valley has its Narrow G.-tuge rail
road through to Denver it expects to
have its share of the common indus
tries of the State.
affiliations,-who are opposed to reviv
ing sectional issues and de-ire to pro- t,c diminished forces of the party and
mote friendly feelings and permanent
harmony throughout the country, by
enforcing and maintaining all constitutional-rights
of every citizen, includ
eveii to wrest victory frota- the un
trained and undisciplined majority
which confront him It may be a
ing futtid free exercise oft he right of, quc-tion, in faot, whether the ability
suffrage without intimidation and j he has djM,lav w5ii uol es,cluai
fraud r who" are in -fa or of continued , ... , .,
' . -, . .- hut him out of the presidents,
prosecution and punishment or all o-
tieial dishonesty and of an economical lheB a-re rhri m0st Pmiinect cin-
admtni-tration of the goverunicrit by j didates now before the pablic. It is
houcst, faithful aud capable oSi;ers; more thau likely, however that neither
who are iu favor of making suxh m
form in .the gnrernnient ascxperience
Bf5y from time to time sucgas-t ;. who
are opp6scd to impairing t!ie credit of
the nation by depreciating auy cf. its
obligations, and in favor of sustaining,
iu everj way tlse natfenal faith and
financial honor ; who hwld that the
common school ysf em is the nursery
of American liberty and should be
Hiaintained absolutely free ftom secta
rian COTtrol ; who believe that to the
promotion othese ends the directiou
o.'the fovernaienshiaM continue to
b confided : to tho-e who adhere to
the p.rracipiw of- 1776 and enpport
yfiese gentlemen will succeed iu
-securing the nomination. Tnc history
of oar politico would seem to indicate
that the most eiLctual mode of killing
a man is to- set him up as-a target a
few months before the assembling of
die convention. He is generally- so
covered with scars and wounds by the
time of the convention as to lose ail
the prestige,.he may have previously
''The door keeper of the house has
removed more of disabled soldiers.
The la-t one being a soldier who has
lo.-t both hand-. As ye sow, so shall
ye reap." Omaha Hep.
So say we. When the country for
gets the brave men, who has risked
hie aud limb to save the Union from
di-memberiuent, it should sit on the
stool ot repeuteticu for puttiiciu ;o.er
those wiio tiied to stab it in the baok.
In i In.-act, we see the cloven hoof of
Democracy. That party hate the sol
dier naturally, becau-e it was through
the oc-uiage aud bravery of the s.ddicr
they were pieveuted from destroying
the common home of the oppressed
nationalities flying from the tyrant m.e
of the coronet ted lascais of Europe.
We venture to ;i-crt that the door
keeper of the house, who discharged
the mutilated man (so as to preveut
him from earning a living for himself
and family if lie has one) never knew
what it was to be a soldier hiu eif, or
if he wore the unilbrm, that he was al
ways found somewh re trying to save
bis own hide, w.hile tho brave veteran
he has di-charged was fighting the
battles of his country. The incident
is simple in itself, but wrong in the
extreu.e, because no innn de-erves
better of his country than the soldier
who defends it. And if there i an
office which he can fill, he is the fir-t
who ought to get it. It goes to show
however, that if the Democracy gets
into power, no oi.e can predict what
the CO- sequence will be. Will the
Deople note thi-, and remember the
fact, that a Democratic door keeper in
the house of Representative-, has dis
charged from service an armless man,
bjcatwe he fought for the pre-ervation
of the Union. .Mark and note it, for
a straw will show how the wind doth
K-tabli-hed leys than three years airo a- n
Representative Republican I'aper. pledged
to in nr.tain and defend the principles and
orKaiiizt-'iHiti ot the National RepubliiMi.
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ii mui!i!-s unprecedented ii th hist ry of
such eutt-rpri-i-s. B unit erul.is-eiit u L.d
been as ijut-d positi'rr: as
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The Editor of the Evtrjreen, Stur
geon Bay, Wi informs that he has
growing upon his premises, of spon
taneous seedimgr large' amounts of
seealings of the above, o-P difienrnt
sizes, and ten or a dozen different va
rieties; which he trill give away in an
qoaBtity to any person fur his own
planting only, by his removing them
at his own expend. He will furnish
full information, regarding sizes, va
fivonrr ; ncties and cost of. ramovjog &c, to
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tee poage oumdoss. A bill is before with strop, to pay return poat&f. i
PflCTARF -.-T,ie new Postise law
rUO I NUU t.iaVrfierttSeT-tdavof
Janu ry.; . D 175. Uudtr thi Hwthe prt
aeeon ncrspipers mast be paid at the office
wher they are maiied.
Money can lie ent by draft, inone--order.
expre.-s. or rezitcr-d letter, a: o-ir rik.
Siciilarrancements made woh country
publishers for clubbing with their pubtlea-
SAMPLE COriKS FREE.
119 l.ntcsn-.. Cblrtra
TSBS 0? 3U3SC3PTI01T
Frank Leslie's Publications
Fraak l,e!ie'- Iliustrated Newspaper. 100
r ratiK Leslie's t'buuney Cxjrnc. Weekly. 4 ft)
,'nk Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitun,
aue ways uoin;-.
."'1 Leslie's Lady's Journal, ' 4 U)
fbe loan? Amcri.Mn. " .V)
rranK L.e-IiesOi-s Jt Girls. Wecklr, 2
iraak lxWi P.,pUi r Monthly. 2
irauk Lelis's Lily's " 3
luink Le,lis c.iya of America, 1 50
.,.T, .."V'5 s oausetct fun. 1 i0
the Jolly Joker. 1 5,
rank Leslie's FamUv Herald 1 00
rank Leslie's New York Journal. 1 (O
Frank Leslie's Iliu.trated Almanac, 30
trank ceslie's Comic Almanac, , 15
Every yearly subscriber is entitled to a
bs- -jtirul premium chromo with each publi
cation. 1h o tfinals were designed and
paiited expre-fly for use. and Ae chronics
an printed in oil. exactly reprodaein?. ia
everydetail the oriciuar'nasterpieee' of aru.
Description of chroaos. publication anw
cifu. with t arc pl papers, feat on receipt of
AddressAreney Department. 'raak Les
lies Pqbiijjbsg Uoaw. 337 Ftarl SttMC
The publisher- invite attention to
the following list of some of the at
tractive at licit"- secured for Sctibncr's
Monthly for the coining vear. In the
field of fief ion, be-nh iiiitn rou- nov
elet tfsi and -horler -lories, there "ill be
Two Remarkable Serials
By AMERICAN AUTHORS.
The first ot t'ne.-e, now complete in our
T-n Sir" TT1TC"?
y iJA-i. it..:...w.
Rogtn in tne NnvimiT number, and
will ru.i fir twelve m mill-. lii - i
Mr. ll:irti''-lirt extend -d w-nk. fhe
it l ' l . 1 . . . 1
-cen-is anil en iracuT-.wiui,:i tnaiinior
hu eho.-cn ''mm his favuiio fiol 1, ('!
itbrnta, arc pnhifcd with" charactftristic
vividne-s anJ power: and tt.o wotk in
without doubt tho mo.st gnipluc record
of early Caiifornia life that ha- jet ap
peared. We sh ill also hvn in the Jjtuuar
Or. Show Your Paspoitc,
'I he .-eerie of thi- -tory i.i laid iu the
Southwestern territory, now Ibiiuing
the state-' of L'liiis.ina and Texas, at
the time ot Aarm IJurr'- treason. The
characer.s lived iu a -cti.in v.hic i wa
now Ameriein. now Kicmh. and now
Spanish, aud thi-: record of their a Iven
turnuH livc-i Kwtke.- a siorv of intense
and untiaggiiig interest throughout.
A Se:ond Farmer's Vacation
By Col. GECRGE E. VARiU.
Col. Waiu.no is now in Kiiron vi-
King, in a row tioai rme or iwo rtun
tired and fifty miles, one f the most
fertile valley- ot K, trope. Th.- -i-eun f
erie- of paper- pro.ui.-e-i to be even
more hit-restiutf tlwn tliat witli winch
our readers are already launliar.
C K N T K N N I A L L V. T T K R S
EUHKD RY JOHN VAM'I" fllKXKY.
A rare colk'etiop. of Revolutionary
Letters, mainly from stores in the
hands tif the descendants of Col. Jc
SIU'Il Ward They arc full of inter
est, and will be lead with a rare reh.-h
in connection with the Centennial cel
ebration of the year.
BBII.IANTLV I List .-TRATKO ARTICLKS
Written respectively by their fri-nd-,
will appear during the year. The re
vived interest in rolled: life make
the.-e papers especially timely, and will
secure for them miu-ua attention.
0LQ NEW Y03K,
Elee-int'y illu-itraffd articles on Old
New-Voi ki byJoiix F Mines will ap
pear at once, and will attract the atte -tion
ot all. in city orcountri', who mark
with i'ltere-t the developments of the
great metropolis, and 'jtTecfiouately re
member the quaint peculiarities of its
Every iMiuiberi-s profusely illustrated
thns tsiiabling u to give to our dfcerip
tivp and narrative article.-, an interest
and permanent value never attained in
a non-illustrated periodical. UndcHts
aciistmed mni;icement the macizine
will in the future be devoted, a- it ha
been in the pa-t, to sound literatrre
and Christian ur.Kre-vS.
The Eiutorial Departa:knts.
occupy over twenty paces of each num
her and co -.tain Ir. llolland. rigorous
and timely edtmnai?, 35 well a- Review-!
of the hte-it work in Art, Lite
rature and Science.
$100 a Tear; 35 r.s. liarT:er.
Tlv 10 volume- complete, Nov. 1370.
to Oct. 1S75, bund in maroon cloth,
20 (0. bound in half morocco. $30.09
Vols, begin in November and May.
Any of the earlier vohime.(I to VIII
wili be applied fepirately to pirties
who wih them to complete sets at thi
rate: cloth, $2.0o. half morocco, $3.00
Booksellers and Potma9ter will be
saptilied at rate. that will enable them
lb fill any of Jhe above offeis.
Subscriber will ptei remit in P.O.
Mrnwy Orders, or in Hank Check or
Draft.", or by registered letters. Mon
ey ia letters not registered; at seeder's
SGRIBSE& 4 CO:. Nw Tock.
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars,
OK ALL KINDS.
FH3SH IAGZ3 333H A S?3:iAL7T.
Corner of l.-t Street and llastius
xvcnue, Hastings Neb. 11-ly
Dpi Peter Head,
Offer- hi- services to the public,
and will attend toall professional calls.
0S:o Over Shsrer's 2rug Stcre.
HASTINGS, - - - - NKB.
J. L'. SMITH, Pr:prict:r.
TIse only fir.-t-elas- htni-e in the city.
Stapo leaves thi.- house eveiy other
morning for lied Clou 1 and the K. I
It. II. nil
It will pay you to f-xa:utne my -took and prices before liuinr ' ,.
where. A fnendly invitation extended to a!!.
-All I a.ik is a trial and I am -tire that I can coi.tinrr yen t .,
ke.-p the Urgeat stock and the cheapen stute west ot the .M.,iBl
P. S. Highest Market Price paid for all kinJ
of Country Produce, Hides and Furs.
Smith & Calvert
33 CLOUD - - 1T33.
In Rrd Cloud. Xb . at theiro d fttnd.
'Tidc!icbtful to see what tLey hjre on
Tbty huve a supply it may truly he sid
Of that which is needful fur the tiring or
They ha .-o bedstead", cradlrs. tahlr J- chairs
Kofus. bureaus, and all kinds of ti"h ware.
Crib-. lounses. sett t. and maflren-e' too
Which for all kinds of folks and ce will
They hre rra;nn and horse for children to
Which 'rill pae wives and babies cxeed
Th'7 p y e;ih for these thines and ielct
teiu with care.
And will sell them as cheaD aanyonedare.
Andwa to you all. both younc ani old.
They'll not refuse rreenbaeks, silrrr or cold.
We i3?ite alt our friendi and ueishbw tr
And hey d'-ubtless will find they deal fairly
If you com. I do th:nk you can rrta'nly buy
A r.o one can say the pr.c is too bteh.
CHAS. R. JONES,
Juniata Nebraska. "
17H0LI5AI3 A!:D 23TAIL 2ZAL2E iif
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HAT
CAP J, Tinware, Queensware.
Sliliest Cusli I'rlce l'aid for Jrnin.
J G Potter hatjujt receive I the finet asiortunnl af
S. V. Ludloxv
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work
The best of materials tved, aud all
Done en sht notice and at reasonable
Shep in McNitt's Store.
Red' Cloud ftebranlta
Eyrr brought :o tho Valley. Give hi m a call and examine f4
and pricee?. 0
-T. G. Potter.
Red Clcud Nebraska.
THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD t
Kepn constantly on hand the la-ct tck of Dry Pin L"-1' '
the West. AUo
and all kinds of
TIls-S. A. 3uiieII,
Would reectf ally inform the Ladieof Rtd
Cloud and ncinitr ibatahe I Ht-parv'lK-
'it-cute order for
PLAIN SEWING of al! Kinds.
On band act for tale a Sat assertasestof
LADIES HAT, 4e.
Miss S. A. IllJNSELL
NEW HARDWARE STORE
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
MITCHELL & MORILART '
Have opened a new 8tore tad haTe Jaat rtceir fBH Mf ei!t l
& MeXitt't Boildiar.r
RED CLOUD, - - h'iB:
HARDWAB, Cntlei-y, Carpenter
COAL.nd WOOD ST07ES. We have aUo a Tin Step .o.Bu
with oar Store. We manufacture Tin, Copper 4 Sheet Ire. W
a any house et of Lincoln.
Cair and See Before Purchasing ' l-lswfcer,
Oprosite tBw Lusher Yard.
Rd Cloud. - .
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