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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
rUBUNKD KTZEY THUBBDAY AT
ID CXa3TO, XH1AIXA.
BOEIN k SPRINGER,
"Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty? mnd2M a year is the price of the Red Cloud Chief.
AH tnsaiast sdvMt$cuat tni
NO 23- 5 &? Unmet
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO., NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. JAN. 3. IS78.
ItOOwaryeer, ItTtfUWfln 14
gaawriaata waeioaotraeaiva tkair J
ms raralarlr. H afar a favor by notify
TttmioiJiirr aeliritad from all parts of
se Oaaaty tad State, on nattera offsnarai
1 e mm awe we responsible for the
apt erejriaioiu o our correspond ear.
f A) not rMiftaiiymou fdter
id mmmunkations. Always give
Loeml notices, to insure insertion,
mm be handed in as early as Wed
Atria BMiim. Osaka. U.S. Senator.
fnakWakk TTr JUpraaentaUva.
ILASaABBKE. flTir, Llaeola.
BraarTstaavat. .! Stat.
m.H. Boaarta. . Att'y G.n.
. ft. Taeairaon. Liaeala.Sap. Pab.Inatrac.
4aa. B. Laka.Osaaka. Cklaf Jaatiaa.
Saaa'l MaxwBll. PlaUaomtk i AMOtM J
J. A. Tallaya. Coaaty Clerk.
I. H. Jaaaa. . Trtuarar.
I. W. Tallaya. Probata Jada.
H. C. BUI. m Sherit
A. A. Papa. Sekool Sap't.
C. C. Caea. Coroaar.
W. E. Tkora. Caaaty Sarvayor
O. W. Ball. 1
I. H. Laea. V Caaaty Caaaaaiaaioaara.
J. H. Habart. I
T.MiLBBB.will praaek oa tba tod
onth at 11 A M.
Bar. Geo 0- Yaxaaa tba first Sabbath at 11
A. M and the 2nd Sabbath aranim-
Bar. J. M.Pryie. the 4th Sabbath at 11
A. M .; aad tke 3rd Sabbath aveniaa;.
Bar. C. Bbillt. preackas the lit Sabbath in
tke aaatk at Bill'i School boose; at 101-2
talk at HBBBel'a at 10 1-2 A. M. and at Pen
ay CraekatSP.M. 3rd Sabbath at Bed
Claaa at 11 A. M. aad at Chapia'a at 3 P. M.
tk Pabbatk at (7a:de Rock, at 11 A. M. and
a Baa Creek at 3 P. if.
Bakkatk School arery Sabbath Boraiaa;
C. W. Sraiaaaa, Sept.
Ban or Hon aieeta erary alteraate Tbara
day eTeaia at 60 r. m.
Arrival Beamrtair er Sal la
fraa tke B4 Cloaul P. O.
BUSTiaca leares Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays at 7 a. m. Tuesdays. Tbaradaya
aafSatardaya at Sa m. Arrive ovary
day at 30 p. n.
aavaao leaves If osdaya and Tbaradaya at
7 a- aa.. arrirea Wednesdays and Saturdays
laaKt,is. toiag aaat. Mondays and Than
daya at 2 p. aa. Qoinr west Taaedays and
Fridays at 9 a m.
Jwbll Kanaaa. leares Tuesdnys. Thursdays
aad Satardaya at 8 a. m.. arrirea Mondays.
Wednesdays aad Fridays at 6 p. m.
BaaaiL. Kansas, leares Mondays. Wednes
days and Fridays at 7 a. m., arriTea Tues
daya, Tharadaya and Sundays at 6."p. m.
Oak opea froao 12 in. aatil 1 p. at. Saadaya.
All raciateraa' matter atust bo in y7 30 p m
jfoaey Order fcaaiaeas cloias at 7 12 p. m.
Ke ertfera iaaaed on Sunrfay.
if.B.JIcNiTT. P. M.
I. O. O. F.
Bi Clbb Lodob, No. M I OO F
BteetscTery 8atarday aickt in
tke Jfaaeaie Hall, jrasabara of
i atker Letfrea are eersfiallT iarited
te aateatf. A. J . jraAaa t. u.
J. D. Lsao Bee'y.
A, F. St A. M.
J CaiaiTy Loeaa No. 53 Bed Clend.
JfaNek.aieets Friday ereniBca on or be-
jft ton fall bboob. Viaitiaa brothers, ia
' xrood ataadiag. are oordially inritad
te attend. J. A. TULLBYS. W. If.
J.L. JfiLLBB. See'y.
The Beatrice Courier, and other
papers throughout the state, propose to
work on a cash basis from and after
Georee Fraacia Train tried fasting
for six days and qcit He ' has beta
beaten ea fasting by many a man be
fore hiss. He might have done some
thing remarkable if he had hung on
to it for over forty days.
Tr is Omiae 2asx tsl Otaarrv
On Fridsy last we took passage with
omr County 8nperintendent, Mr. Pope,
in company with himself, Mrs. H. A.
Howard and Miss Julia King, and
started for Guide Rock, to attend.the
Teachers' Association. His team, a
lively span of ponies, quickly brought
M orer the road, and we rode up be
fore the Guide Kock House, where
our host Mr, Ssbin was ready to wel
eame us. We psrtook of a bountiful
supper, when we started for the school
house. Arriving there we found a
few teachers and citizens awaiting our
arrival. Being disappointed ia hav
ing no lecturer, the evening passed
pleasantly away with an exercise in
grammar and a spelling match. We
returned to the hotel, and soon were
snuelv beneath the sheets. Some of
our company thought they were par
tial to the editor by giving him a bed
near the stove, in tbe same room, but
we think it was all iifht and com
mended our host for his good sease
Esrly next morning we started out
to take in the town and its environs.
We first called on A. Garber & Co.,
whom we found busy at their counters,
and, judging from their well-filled
shelves, and piled up counters, we
should say that they are the principal
dealers in town. We secured a good
bill of job work and passed on.
John L. A ance next claims our at
tention as a dealer in groceries, drugs,
medicines, paints, etc, and appears to
be doing a rushing business. He pat
ronises the CniEF now, with the In
ter Oeemn. We had not time to visit
all the business houses in town as it
was nearly time to go to the institute
again. But we learned that Selleck
& Martin, blacksmiths and wagon
makers, are turning off some good
work in their line. A. Lathrop also
carries on a shop at the old stand for
merly occupied by Mr. Myers.
A M. Talbot is one of onr most en
terprising farmers; as his groves,
cattle and bojjs will attest. He was
busy Saturday in looking after the
wants and comfort of the teachers,
and we would say just here, that for
genial hospitality, openly expressed,
we doubt if any town in the west is
ahead of Guide Rock. The teachers
will remember it with pleasure. We
almost regretted thot one body was
all we could furnish with food and
The Bailey Brothers were all out,
and they are alive to the interests of
edicatioa. The exercise of the As
sociation on Satirday were varied, in
cluding Physiology, by Mr. Pope ;
Grammar by Mr. A. Bailey; Arith
metic by Mr. J. Bailey ; Map Draw
ing by Mr. Springer; Orthography
by Mr. Craw, and Select Reading by
nearly all present. Like the "Wo
men's Convention" spoken, of in the
old reader, there were "speeches, res
olutions, &&, in abundatflbut no
W laara from the State Journal
that tke B. k M. land department will
iawa ia a short time a map of the
Sawtfc Platte country which shall con
tain tvaty improvement on each qmar
tarattiioB. It will be for dromlatioa
ac eastern states.
t Hear Ward Beecher baa beta
takiag vpos himself to point out what
jest God aoU do and what he
aaaHaM not, aad from his late sermon
OB "Hell" he seams to encourage his
baftrere that no such place exists, aad is
deiag considerable "divine swearing"
wfclali la probably a "holy passion"
ftgaiaat h& so-called demon who pre
aiita orar heaven.
Naw somas a man to make India
rather fraaa the dandefion, kttiee and
the Caaaalia milk weed, which is an
otfcer proof, job yoang man oathe
OBMHead, that if yom do aot take the
Bewapapars yoa will lose all knowledge
of the mew outside world that the u
itpreeaiMe iavaator Is changing every
Tee, aad job may awake some
not as did Byron to had
famoas, bat to hear the roiee
of year neighbor miles away, as it vi
braces oa the fioaty air, saying to job,
"Bay a aomad preserver, to that in
aftd of ha viae to write everythiag
alowm, or betftg obliged to read it yoa
eaa hear your own words repeated to
yemrmtser dismay and astooishmeat
By ftl aneaae take the newspaper.
Doe'tyou forget it
I heir ahreed orer the map of pop
ehr frs seam ia the world, aad it flees
set aeaa to me aestdeatal that Swita
etfaftd. Seajtkci, Eoglead and the
Unreal States, the countries which
heat eheerve Sanday, eooatimte almost
the entire map of safe popolar gor
zasnt. Joseph (JooTu
prayers." It was the first association
of the kind that we ever attended
where there was neither sioging or de
votional exercises for opening.
The exercises were all good, and
much instruction was given.
Considerable exception was taken
to Mr. Craw, fof-hrowing eut the
Italian a in Orthoepy and giving short
o for its substitute, also for pronounc
ing calm, aim, 4c, with short a. His
lesson was quite radical, taking for
his authority such authors as are now
aut of date, almost eatirely.
The Association closed its session ot
4 o'clock after voting to meet next
month at Iaavale, in Dist No. 6.
Red Cloud was virtually voted oat of
the question as a point for holding
anything of the kind. This was
rather hard, but we cannot blame the
Association for its action.
We took supper at Mr. Sabin's
again, and aboat half past 5 started
for home, our party being increased
by Mies Wilsoa. We arrived about 9
p. an., cold and tired aad ready to
settle down again to the sober rela
tions ef every-day life.
An Sxtrtfrflisary Stnttase.
The following extract is taken from
a sentence recently pronounced by
Judge Readiog, of Morris, 111., upon
the liquor dealers who had violated the
law by selling liquor to minors :
'By the law you may sell to men
and women, if they will buy. You
have given your bond and paid your
license to sell to tbem, and no man
has a right to molest you in your legal
business. No matter what families
are distracted and rendered miserable ;
no matter what wives are treated with
violence; what children starve or
mourn over the degradation of a pa
rent, your business is Iegalired and no
one may interfere with von in it No
matter what mother, may agonize ever
the loss of a son, or a sister blush at
tbe shame of a brother, jou have a
right to disregard tbem all and pursue
your leeal calling you are licensed !
You may fit up your lawful place of
business in the most enticing and cap
tivating form. You may furnish it
with the' most costly and elegant
equipments for your own lawful profit;
you may fill it with allurements of
amusement ; you may use all the arts
to induce visitors ; you may skillfully
arrange and expose to view your
choicest wines and most captivating
beverages; you may then Induce
thirst by all contrivances to produce a
raging appetite for drink, and then
you may supply that appetite to the
full, because it is lawful ; you bare
paid for it you have a license. You
may allow boys, almost children, to
frequent your saloon; tbey may wit
ness the apparent satisfaction with
which their seniors quaff the spark
ling glass ; you may be schooling and
training tbem for the period of 21,
when they too, can participate, for
for this is lawful. You may hold the
cup to their lips, you must not let them
drink that is unlawful. For while
you have all these privileges for the
money you pay, this poor privilege of
selling to children is denied you.
Their parents have the right to say,
"Leave my son to me until the" law
gives you privilege to destroy him.
l)o not anticipate that ten ible moment
when I can assert for him no further
rights of protection. That will soon
be enough for me, for his mother, for
his Mster, for his fnends and for this
community to see him take hi? road to
death. Give him to us in bis child
hood at least. Let us have a feir
hours of his youth, in which we can
enjoy his innocence, to repay us in a
small degree for the care and love we
have lavished upon him. This is
something which you who now stand
prisoners at the bar have not paid for;
this is not embraced in your license.
For this offence, the court sentences
you to ten days' imprisonment in the
county jail, and that you pay a fine of
$75 and costs ; and that you stand
committed until the fine and costs of
this prosecution arc paid."
B VS1NESS DJRECtpRY
J. S. Grilli
A. ma at law.
wm-wm FtcS?m tkt'pute a,
RED CLOUD, - - -iHEB.
DILLON & COLE,
A book containing a !Lt of town in .
the U. S. having 5.000 pop., and the
ftewapapcrs having largest circulation
All the Religious, Agricultural, Scien
life. aad other snecul cla tonrmk$.
Tabiee of rates, showing cost of adver-
- 1 - i a
ana everytning wmco. an
t. m. wiu
ATTORNEY AT JfAJfcv
. and TJ.S.Cmmimtmr$i.
iST Collection Promptly Attended to
OFFICE ONE DOOR
SOUTH OT, BAUal-S STOB
a TTORNEY AND CODN8ELOR-
at law. Juniata Nebraska. Will
practice in all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attention given to all bmaineat
entrusted to bis care. Office en the
east side Juniata Avenue. July 1 7
advertiser would like to kno
Mauedoa receipt of tea cents. Addresa
EM6C P. ftewELL 4 CO., 10 Straee
St . Y. (opposite 'Tribune" build-iaf.)
Are new prepared to buy
H. S. EALEY,
C. W. EALIY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
AND SEAL ESTATE AGENTS,
WillDractiec in all the Courts
this State an 1 Northern Kansas.
Collections promptly attended to and
Rtd Cloud, Kehrciiku.
Far tke Bad dead Ckiet
Friendship's whole scmJed ally, I
Retpaotiag love's ambition ;
jaaawiag that her claims so high
Embrace a purer mission ;
Ne'er atopning to descant on birth,
Doth friend belong to kin ;
So long as worthy, fall of mirth.
He has a home within,
lmeet if rB fHesd indeed,
Prove worth by critics anead.
Republican City News: All jou
loyal citiaeu of the Republican Val
ley, do you know that there are im
Btenee peat bogs in this oonntry aaf
Boent to supply the home fuel for a
hundred years? It is verily trie; and
lsetoad of making a great effort to be
lieve m oar lignite coal let it be under
stood that the aiwadaut timber of (he
southwest of the state and the bogs
of peat on the apper Republican, pnr
ticularry north of Bnrtors Bend, have
already decided that tbe price of fuel
ia the garden valley will never be
greater th&a it is hon?.
From the Omaha Exchange
We call the attention of the readers
of the Exchange to the coming visit
of the Boston "Board of Aid to Land
Ownership," and to the letter of
Franklin W. Smith, president of the
board, published in tLis connection.
The secretary invites correspondence
from all portions of Nebraska giving
definite information of locations and
fmces of township tracts of land or
arge bodies adapted tor colonization
purposes. The county authorities of
every county should be active boards
of immigration in absence of any state
organization. Accompanying is the
letter of the president of the Boston
BOARD OF AID TO LAND )
Boston, Dec 15. 1877. j
W. C. B. Allen, Esq., Secy Omaha
Board of Trade:
Dear Sib: Mr. Miner has placed
with me your favor to the Board of
Aid to Land Ownership, through him,
We appreciate your interest in the
work for which the East and West
have a mutual interest for the benefit
of our common country. We are
aware also of the advantages and the
promise of your thriving state, now
being added to the list, which will be
in history a marvelous phenomena of
I hope to leave with a committee on
Tuesday eveniog f.r the West and
South to investigate facilities most fa
vorable for colonies. Probably we
shall reach Omaha about the 25th,
when I expect a conference with yon
and the advantage of your information.
The enterprise has been received
here with unanimous favor and, I am
confident, it will be quickly developed
when locations of land are viewed.
I mail with this a copy of the paper
which induced the formation of the
Yours most respectfully and truly,
Franklin W. Smith, Pres't.
W. N. RICHARDSON, J. A. TULLEYS
Richardson & Tulleys,
SEAL ESTATE & COL'CTING AGENTS
Will buy and sell Real Eute on Commis-
eioa, and pay taxes for non-rcjidecu.
Special attention siren to collection. Cor
respondence solicited. All letters of inquiry,
or on business promptly answered.
AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK.
De yor wanVte purify the syeiem?
Do yes want to get rid of biliousness?
Do yon wast eeaaethiag to strengthen
Do you want a geed appetite?
Do you want to get rid of nervousness?
Do you want good digestion?
Do you want te sleep well?
Do yon want to build up your consti
tution? Do you want a brisk and vigorous
feeling? If you do,
J. Ha Zeilin & Co.,
Sole proprietors Simons' Liver Reg
J. E. Smith. II. W, IMrkk. S. C. Smith.
President, Vico-Predei.t. Cashier.
imi infionat JU
(Successor to SMITII BROS.)
and other train, and pay the highest
cash price for tbe same.
They also hava a full stock of general
HA rs. CAPS.
BOOTS SliOKS, &C.
which they arc offering at prices that
are bound to suit their customers.
K KM EMBER THE PLACE,
east tide of Juniata Avenue,
JUNIATA - - - NEBRASKA
Carrie tbelarjcot and :ot complete atork f DhY I.I'M HK1W
iinds, for Builita.;, Bnljc. aod geocrt! purr, w a &u ya.i ja
Oar stock or DOOiUv
PER ic, is une(ua!cd.
WINDOWS. BLINDS HUILDlNi. PA
Owning our own tiraUr hod, mu plionj tai&. tof&thr wua
apecial rates on freight, jrnes u cbacca ty uefuiy csmrwtc with
any yard in Kansas or Nclrwla. litre u a oaR.
AflXTS TCI -SOS 7An.-ra2.JCLL. TSS 253? Hf 75S.
Isaac LioDioyt, Agt.
Ol I by aoj
it not easily earned in these titati
bat it can be ma,ie in thrM mnntfci
S ? ' a f by aoyone of either sez. in any
part of the country who U williac to work
pteadilr at the employment that we luruuh.
ier week in your own town. You cn aire
your whole time to the work, or only your
'Pare moment. We hare agrnU who are ma
king over SJ) per day. All who engace at
once ;aa make money fut At the present
time money cannot be made so eaily and rap
idly at any other bunices. It cou nothinc
to try the btmneM Terms and $ outfit free.
Addrc.s at onca. H. IUllktt A Co..
5-1 ly Portland. Maine.
Great chanceto make money
Is warranted not
to contain a single
particle of Mercu
ry or aiiT imuniiui
mineral ubt.anre ' idly at any other bunines
but m ruitELY
and herbs, which
denc h& placed in
Hojr, A S Paddock. U S Sen., C. 0. Dorskt.
James Ellis. New York. H. W Pabm R
i-LUAn Fzllxt. Jjro.t Smith.
4-45 Sam'l C. Smith.
Sa Va IiudoiRr
Is now prepared to do all kinds ofwor
The beet of materials meed, and al
Dene ahrt neriee ani aireaaepahle
Shop in McNitt's Store.
Red Ciena, WcfciaBE.
I. W. TtllildTB ITS,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
Office two doors south of the Court
BEDCIOTO - - NISBASSA.
Physician ami Snrtta.
Ba?PARTJCULAB ATTENTION GtTBB
TO DISEA8BR PXCUIJAB TO FKM ALBS.
iadCleii. ear Em Cmk Mills.
RED CLOUD FURNitijRE
JAS. CALVERT, Proprietor.
Deals exUneively ia all kiada effar
nitare, each aa Bareaaa, BaaAateada,
tables, Chaira, Mirrors, and in aaoe
ererythaf U be fennd in a ant-caiee
Red Cloud, ' - -'- Nib.
arpnfrc & ioiwr
Particular attention given to shop
work, aad cofEns made to order.
B-Paintinp a Specialty.'l
Shop west of Richardson's boildina;.
IIDCLOTO, - - - m.
R. a JONES PROPRIETOR.
Stage leaves Hastings for Red
dead, Smith Ceater, Barr Oak aad
poiats south, on Mondav, Wednesday
and Friday, at 8e'dock A M re
tornmc en alternate days. PaKeagers
carried at reasonable rates. Omces,
Smith's Book Store, Haatiags aad
Valley House Red Cloud. 5-15-ly.
cocntries where Liver Disoxe most prevail.
It wilucurk al DiSBASksrACSEO BTnatc-
ANOEMIXTOr THE LIVKK A.ypIlnWILS. REG
ULATK THILITEEAVD PBEVINT
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMONS Liver Regtilsifr
Is eminently a Family Medicine:
and by beinff kept reaMy for immedi
ate resort will save many an hour of
suffering add many a dollar in time
and doctors' bills.
After over Forty Years' trial it is
still receiving the most unqualified tes
timonials to its virtues from person
of the highest character and responsi
bility. Eminent physicians commend
it as the most
For constipation headache, pain in
the shoulders, dixincss, sour stomach,
Bad taste in the mouth, Bilious at
tacks Palpitation of the heart, Pain in
the region of tbe kidneys, Desponden
cy, Gloom and foreboding of evil all
which are the offsping of a diseased
COLIC IN CHILDREN
For children complaining of colic,
headache, or rick stomach, a teaspoon
fa or more will give relief. Children
aa will as adults eat sometimes too
mnch tapper or eat something which
does not digest well producing four
stomach, heartburn, or restlessness: a
good dose of Liver Regalator will give
relief. This applies to persons of ail
ages. It is the eheapoh pnrest and
beet FaailX Medicine in the world!
IT MAS ft EUAL
Thousands lead miserable lives,
anferiag from dyspepsia a disordered
atemach aad firer, producing bilious-
nana, heertaara, eoetiveaess, weakness
rregauar appease, row spines, nusiog
ocd after eatiny, and often ending in
atal attacks of fever. They know
hey are nick, yet get little sympathy.
the wnfaUing remedy to prevent these
laalsflioM and restore health ia Simcas
'- MaBUFaCTUSED ONLY BY
J. H. ZEILIN & CO..
Price, $1,00. Sold by all drnggista.
30 Mixed Cards, with name, 10 ets
Samples for 3-ct. stamp. J Mikkeb
a Co. Nassav, N. Y.
50 Fancy cards, ten stylbs, with your
name in gilt,J5o. Try us. Schell
Bbos., MaldeS, N, Y.
you can.t set cold yoa can
. -a S a- J Sret creenb&ekd. V n4
person in every town to take subscription
for the larcest, cheapest and bet IlluMrated
family publication in the world. Any oca
can becom anccessfal scent. The most lr
irant works of art given free to subscribers.
Tha price is so low that almost everybody
subscribes. Oneaent reports making over
$150 in a week. A lady aernt reroru tak
ing ovariOO subscribers ia ten day?. All I
wno enpajr make money fait. 1 on can de
vote all yoartir.e to the basiness. or enly
your spare time. You need not be away
from home overnight. You can do it as
others. Kullparicalrra direc'ion and terms
freo. Elegant and expensive Outfit free. If
you want profitable work send your address
at onee. It costs nothin to try tba busiueu.
No one who engage failn to make great par.
Address "The People's Jouraai." Portland,
A VEOKTABI.E PRPARATIO.V, in
vented in the 17th ccntuiy by Dr.
William Grace, Surgeon in King
Jatnea' army. Through its agency he
cured thousands of the most serous
sores and wounds, and was regarded
by all who knew him a public benefac
tor. 25c. a box' by mail 20c For sale
by druggists generally.
Address Scth Fowlo fc Sons, Boston
PI, AYS! PJLAYS.
For reading clubs, for Amateur
theatricals, temperance plays, drawine
room plays, fsiry play. Ethiopian
plays, goide books, upeakers panto,
mines, Tableaux lights, uagneeium
lights, colored fire, burnt cork, Theat
rical face preparations, Jarly'a wax
works, wigs, beards, and moustaches
at reducee prices. Costomers, fcenery
charades. New catalouge sent free
containing 'nl! description and prioes
SAM'L FRENCH k SON, 122 Naa
sau St., New York.
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON
HAMPTON & RALSTON. Propa.
khnri on the cast
tTurk io thc.r hne
The undersigned having tuorcvl to thc.r new
side of Webster Street arc now prepare 1 to Jj .a! I
on nort no lice and good tv.'c.
All Work Warranted to Give Satisfaction.
BwjrWe tender our thanle to the public for pat patrouaga'ani
respectfully solicit a continuance of thn aaiuu.
H AM 1'TON A- KAISTON. sT
Red Cloud, Utto
J. G. Potter haa just received the 6nct assortment of
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