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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF.
rVBLIlHXD BYSBT THUBSDAT AT
KZD CLOU), KXB1A8KA.
Liberal, aed vQMW aci kaa
I BORIN k SPRINGER,
Letal adTtrtJ-- ..
"Eternal Vigilance it the price Ztlerfy oJW 12,08 yr if Ike price " Red CUud Chief.
Fetltwra am Proprietors.
RED CLOUD. WEBSTER CO
THURSDAY. JAN. 17, 1878.
Id.Of neryeer, Invariably in Advaaea.
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Inbssribeie who do sot receive their pa
ten regularly, will confer a favor by notify
ing as of the faet at once.
Correspondence solicited from all parts of
eke County and State, ob matters ofgeaeral
Jt no tan art tot responsible for the
wietet or opinions of our correspondents.
Wt do " puUUh anonymous letters
mud corrmunications. Always give
Local notice, to tnsure insertion,
must he han'Ted in as early as Wed
A. 1. Paddock. Beatriee. U. 8. Senator.
AlTia Sauaders. Omaha. U. S. Senator.
Frank Welch Representative.
SILAS QA.RBER. Goveraer. Lincoln.
BruuoTuchnek. lee. of Bute.
J.B Westoa.Lineela. Auditor.
J.C. Mollride. .. Treasurer,
dee. H. Roberta. Att'y Oen.
S. R. Thompson. Liaeela. lap. rah. Iastrue.
ee. B. Like, Omaha, Chief Jutice.
Baa'lQaatt.NebraskaCltT.1 Aii ti.u j.
aase'l Maxwell. Platseaoath J
J. A. Tellers. Coaaty Clerk.
B. N. Jeaes. Treasurer.
J. R. Willcoz. Probate Jadge.
J. D. Post. Sheriff.
A. A. Pom. School Hnp't.
R. R. Sherer. Coroner.
W. K. Thorn, Ceaaty Sarreyor
9. W. Ball. )
L. B. Laee. V Ceaaty Ceamissieaers.
J. H. Hobari. I
Stanley, the African explorer, ar
rived in Romt on tbt 11th.
One of the moat terrible storms
ever known in that section rafted alone
the Atlantic eoast last week. Vast
amoonta of shipping were lost.
The Russians hare been gaining
victories alone the line ; having Setup,
ka Pass, with the whole Turkish amy
Hoarding it All kinds of romors are
afloat In regard to peace negotiations
bnt notbiog definite is knowa as yet,
what will be done.
The B. & M. and the A. & N. rail
toads tried titles to a lot of ground ia
Lincoln the other day, by runniag iito
each other and smashing things up
generally. The matter was quietly
Bar. J. T. Mil a, will Breach oa the 2nd
Sabbath ef each month at 11AM.
Bar. Geo 0- Yaiaaa the first Sabbath at 11
A. M and the 2nd Sabbath evening
Ber. J. a. Pryse. the 4th Sabbath at 11
A. M., and the Ird Sabbath evening.
Bov.C. RaiLLT. preaches the 1st Sabbath in
the aaenth at Bill's School house; at 101-2
A. M. and at Red Cloud at 7 P. M. 2nd Sab.
hath at Huramel's at in 1-2 A. M. and at Pea
aoy Creek at S P. M. Ird Ssbbnth at Red
Cload at 11 A. M. and at Chapin's at 3 P. M.
4th Sabbath at (7u do Rock, at 11 A. M. and
at Sim Creek at S P. Jf.
Babbath Hehool every 8abbath atorninf
at 10 a. a. Closes at 11.
Afrs. H. A. Howaud. Sapt
Ba r Hora meets every alternate Thurs
4ay evening at 6;S0 r. u.
Arrival Deamrtare) ef Kalis
frwaa tha Red Cload F. .
BjASTiPas leaves Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays at 7 a. m. Taesdays, Thursdays
aad Saturdays at la as. Arrives every
4ay at SO p. as.
Baky-abd leaves Mondays and Thursdays at
Ta. at., arrives Wednesdays aad Saturdays
at p. at.
jTailELi. going east. Mondays and Thurs
days at 2 p. m. Going west Tuesdays aud
Jswill Kansas, leaves Taesdays. Thursdays
and Saturdays atS a- as., arrives Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 p. m.
Bbssil. Kansas, leaves Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays at 7 a. xn., arrives Tues
days, Thursdays and Saasfays at dp. ra.
OBlee open frose 12 m. aatil 1 p. at. Sundays.
All registered matter must be in Vy 7 30 p m
AfaaoyOro'er business closes at 7 1-2 p. as.
He orders issued on Sunday.
if. B. McNitt. P. M.
i i ea
Judge Briggs in his advice to the
Douglas County Commissioners, says,
in regard to the township organization
act, that (1) the law is repugnant to
the constitution; (2) the question is
before the supreme court and will soon
be decided; (3) they would betray
their trust by giving way to men of
doubtful authority ; (4) if they ap
point assessors, and these assess taxes,
and they are decided illegal, then the
county will have no finances. Hence,
wait, and abide the decision of the su
I. O. O. F.
Bid Clud Loose, No. 64 1 00 F
.meet every Saturday night in
'the Jfasomo Hall. Jf embers or
other Lodaes are cordially iavited
to attoad. A. J. Jfsuais N. a.
J. D. Lbacb Sec'y.
Those whom vox Dei has called to
serve the people of this country for
the next two years are now fairly in
stalled and it is to be hoped that some
of them may successfully resist a few
of them influences which helped to
carry them into power. Sentinel.
There seems to bo some "crooktd
ness" in "vox Dei' up in Harlan
county, else why must its influences be
resisted. Perhaps during the next
two years "vox populi" will rectify all
A.F. f A
CsARiry Lodhi No. 63 Red Cload,
,!feb. meets Friday a venmrsoa or be
fore full moon. Visitinr brothers, in
laood standinr. are cordially invited
to attend. J. A. TULLBYS. W. if.
J. L.JfiLi.is.. Sec'y.
Congress convened on the 10th inst.
Senator Saunders is CI years of age,
and Senator Paddock is 48.
B. F. Prttcott has been nominated
for governor of New Hampshire by
the Republicans of that state.
A call has been issued for a national
convention of the national party, to
meet at Toledo, O.. on the 22nd of
February to devise propositions upon
the financial questions of the day.
The following, in the telegraphic
dispatches, sounds singular, to say the
"Rome, Jan. 9. King Victor
Emanuel received the consolidation of
religion before his death."
It is said that the Illinois law in re
gard to doctors will send five hundred
quacks out of that state. We have
plenty of room in Nebraska, but none
for such as those.
The Bee man has shut himself oit
of all chances of receiving any ap
pointments under the government by
personally informing President Hayes
not to confer any such honors upon
The directors of the Junction City
and Republican Valley B. R. meet
this week. We hope to hear encour
aging words fiom them, relative to
pushing their road further on up the
valley next season.
The Women's Suffrage Convention
met in Washington last week. They
resolved on a variety of things ; prin
cipally upon the duty of the govern
BMBt to give all dtiuM the right of
We have received a copy of that
mammoth sheet, the Louisville Cour
itr-JoKrnal, for January 1, 1878. It
is a ten-column quarto, and contains
mora reading matter than any other,
single newspaper ever published.
The Sioux nation eoneiets of five
greet bands, viz: Ogallala, Uncap -pa,
Yaiktosuise, Cheyenne and Up
per 8anteo. They number about 15,
000 warriors, including the smaller
prowling bands not included in those
Viotor Emanuel, King of Italy,
died at 2:30 P. M., January 9th.
Prince Humbert was proclaimed king
in his stead, and the present ministers
were confirmed in their places. Vic
tor Emanuel did a noble work for the
kingdom of Italy, giving his subjocts
freedom and unity. The proclama
tion of his son on taking the seat of
government, is a grand eulogy upon
his father's greatness, and a tender
appeal to his subjects to continue in
the paths in which they have been
The law in regard to parties telling
their homestead rights has, it seems
to us, a very weak place in it a loop
hole by which low-lived rascals take
advantage of their neighbors. To ex
plain. A man has lived on a home
stead for a length of time, and desir
ing to sell his right, his papers have
to be cancelled and the purchaser
takes out new papers. Meantime
some evil disposed person, lies in wait
for the cancellation of the papers, and
immediately on their return, if pos
sible, files a homestead right in ad
vance of the purchaser ; tbns stealing
what virtually belongs to another, just
because there is no law to prevent
him. It seems to us that there should
be some protection of the rights of
purchaser and seller, that when a
transfer of this kind is made the par
ties may feel safe in their trade.
Omaha aad Itpnfclican Valley laflway.
The annual election of the Omaha
aad Republican Vallev railway took
place yesterday at the Union Pacific
headquarters in this city.
Directors : 8. H. H. Clark, Sidney
Dillon, Jay Gould, A. J. Poppleton,
Fred. L. Ames. T. L. Kimball, J. W.
Gannett. Officers: President, 8.
H. H. Clark ; Vice-President, Sidney
Dillon; Secretary and Treasurer, J.
There are now atxty and one-half
miles of this road in operation, having
been completed to David City October
1st. The freicht earniar for the
months of October and November
amounted to $20,944.71.
The re-arraegiag f the State Uti
yersity library is eoevpletetl. -
A grange Christssaa tret al JavieU
bore $600 worth of fruit.
Dixon coaaty coal, of a ge4 aia try,
sells at the bank at $5 per Cm.
The Grand Lodge, 1. 6. G. T,wiM
convene ia Tinsels, Jasflsary Iftk
Families eewtinae at arrive ia Val
ley eovBty ire the
Siooe harvest, 290.000 sails ef
wheat have beea skipped freai
Two Adassa aovaty girls haste
and cribbed 800 baafcahi ef eora ia De
cember. The free readiaff room at Seward
was thrown opea to tho nahste' aa
January 1st. r "
Ord City is to have a nasaber ef
new buildings aad a pabttt hall akis
A new trial has beea granted ia the
case of Wayaa eeaaty vs. flhmlrs, for
The hogs shipped trot lalls City
average over 300 poand. Tha prist
now paid is $3.30 par ewt.
Messrs. Reuel, Nisis 4 Co., of
Falls City, have bought oat tha Bo-
der bank aad takea ptassasioo.
A Washingtoa City ataa got the
1 .storing contract for tha goveraaieat
uilding at Lincoln. Price, $3,900.
Riverton, Franklin coanty, stakes a
showing or fifteen new bastnass
houses and dwellings within the last
The number of dwelling houses aad
barns erected in Platte ooanty ia 1877
was 30 per cent, over tha previous
Many lota have been sold in Ponoa
City this winter to persons who eon-
template building oa the approach tf
Barton & Keith, of North Platte,
have sold a third interest ia their
herds of stock to a brother of Sidney
Dillon, for $50,000.
The Thompson House, at Hastings,
was burned on New Year'a morninjr.
Loss, $4,000, with an insurance on the
furniture of $1,500.
Some farmers in different parts of
the state bad a good deal of their
corn damaged in crib during the warm
damp weather of December.
The boss hog of the season, so far
as heard from, was sold last week to
Mr. Anderson, of Columbus, bv Mr.
Earle, and its wsight was 630 pounds.
The dwelling house of Mr. Dioker
son, three miles west of North Bend,
burned last Monday. House and con
tents a total loss, as there was no 'in
The Lincoln contractors and builders
are expecting to have an unusual
number of expensive business and
dwelling houses under contract by
A colony of 75 families from Now
York are expected to arrive in Ne
braska about the 10th of February.
Platte, Boone and Madison counties
will ret them.
It is said that the county seat con
test in Adams county, between Juni
ata and Hastings, ia likely to cost the
tax-payers of that county tha snug
little sum of $10,300.
Bliss & Shelly, of Fairmount, dur
ing the last four months sold 8,217
acres of B. & M.. lands in Fillmore
county, for the sum of $51,972. Of
this number 5,337 acres were sold on
ten years' credit.
Pierce county is the saodel moral
county of the state. It has a maa
'who can break off from a game tf
cards when he aeara the vowe of duty
calling for him to rttara to the bosom
of his family."
A sufficient number of application
have been made and terns accepted,
to insure the STweees of tha Nebraska
8ummtr School of Science, which is
to study in- the Repabacaa Valley
A largo toloaisatioa society from
Massachusetts is expected to settle it
Nebraska in tha spria posaiblT oa
the Pawnee reserve. aUpraetaUtivts
of the society art bow leaking tha
Partita ia Gilmer and ' Barhtar
ctuatiea, vTett Va,, art xeakiagM
J. S. Grilll
A. LOR AT LAW.
mfv IWr Frim m oB fit
lac Stale. ,
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and U. 8. Com
SOUTH OF lATJMI aTOll
A at htw. JaaUtoNebraAa, Will
nraetiet m au tat Jouns mh oa.
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Seaaaar ?r aaej.
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-A Wok sitlamiag tf to
U. a having $.000 pop., aad tat
a 3 a a
TaUea tf rates, shsaiaa east tf advar
aveajyaajisal WBSJal M
hke to kaaw.
P. ff)twU.4 MUaavatt
t H. Y. (tpiwin 'Iriwamt" UilaV
DILLON k COLE.
Art aawpttparid U hay
MiCiR IVMBIR YARB
PromDt attention givea to all btstnees
tatrasted to his ears. Omtt ta ut
east aide Jaaiata Aveate. jaly 1 7
BTorth - WtEtrtorn
ATTORNEY8 AT LAW,
DTD HAL 8ITAT1 AOIXTI.
Will practice in all the Courts in
this State and Northern Kansas.
Collections promptly attended to and
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
W. N. RICHARDSON," J. A. TULLBTB
Richardson & Tulleyt,
Will Way aad sell Real Bstate oa Ceauals-
ioa. aad aay Uses for aoa-resideats.
Special attention a ivea to oelleotiens. Cer-
resaeaaenee oueiiea. au lenera oi iaqtry,
era kasiaeet aresjatly
If what follows could have been
done in Ntw York, why can't it be
done in other place :
The gambling fraternity is particu
larly interested in a decision just made
by the New York Court of Appeals,
as it indicates the course likely to be
Eursued in complaints against them
ereafter. Twe professional gamblers
inveighed a stranger into a gambfinf
den in New Sork, not long atace, and
fleeced him out of his money. Fol
lowing their arrest the District Attor
ney having found it almost imptanblt
to convict gamblers upon a specific
charge of swindling in the practiot tf
their nefarious profession, triad the
experiment of indicting the pruoaers
for larceny. Upon their trial ia the
Court of General Sessions, their eoaa-
sti toutended that their offense was
not larceny, the money having beea
voluntarily surrendered, and it mat
tered not how-fraudulent may havt
beea the intenVso long as there was
no trespass The District Attorney
took a contrary ground. Hie Judge
charged for a conviction; which fol
lowed. The ease then want to the
Court of Appeals, which tribunal af
firmed the decision of the court below.
Judge Milltr writing the opinion and
all tee judges concurring.
quines through the Dawsoa Ceaaty
Fumeer, at Plaa Creek, iareeatiea to
tha advantages of' Dawaea eeaaty,
with a view of immigrating: to that
portion of tht state,
Mr. Get, W. Hangate. wW that a
maa named Pair reoaatry. tht vicia
ity of Deadwood, tor atteaiaiiag tt
dtspotasat him tf a' raacha that ha
had owned aad lived aaea aiaet Aarit;
w eitiata tf Wac4ietoa etaaty,
this state, hit family at pceteat re
sediag ia Blair. -
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Doae aa sWt notice aad at
J.I.SMIT. H.W.Paaaaa. 8,C.8irT.
Presideat, Vice-Preeidett, Cashier.
first jational janK
(Saoeatsor to SMITH BEOS.)
Hoir. A 8 PABnocr. U B Sea., C. O. DeasaT.
Jambb Iixia. Ntw Torn. H. W Paataa
Klijab FitXBT. Jao-BSaiTB.
I W. TUIiliKYa,
HOMtEOPATHIC PHY3ICI As
U. 8. PiiM8fM.'
Oiticb two doors statk tf tht Coart
u-- ' w.y UK
BBS Q10TO -
Tht Gnat Tnmk Lmsrtmthe West
U Chicago and fat East.
It it tht eldest, shortest, moat di
rect, ttavtaitat, ttmf ortabla aad ia
every respeet tha beat hat jam eaa
take. It at tht greatest aadgraaatet
Railway enaaiaatiea ia tha United
2100 MILES OF RAILWAY!
nTLUUB BOTXL CAII tntnalm
COUNCIL BLUFFS k CHICAGO I
No other road rant Pallawa HtttI
Cars, or any ether form of Hotel
Cart, through, between the Missouri
River aad Chicago.
Its line is kid with heavy steel rails
apoaa deep bed of broken ballast, and
its bridges are of iron or stone. Its
passenger trains art equipped with
every known improvtmtn for comfort
and safety, aad are ran at faster speed
for greater distanoso than the trains
of any line on the continent. The
company has largely increased its
equipment for travel, and build in its
owa shops locomotives and passen
ger cars at short notice sufficient to
fully accommodate aay extra demand.
The unequaled resources at the com
mand ot the company guarantee the
most perfect accommodations for all
its patrons. Tht
for which the road is wj justly cele
brated presents to the traveller over
Its perfect roadway an ever-changing
anoramic of river, mountain aad
sndscape views unequalled in Amer
ica. THE EATING STATIONS
on this line are unsurpassed. Meals
are furnished at suitable hours, aad
ample time allowed for enjoying them.
Pambnqbu Going East should
bear in mind that this is the
BEST ROUTE to CHICAGO
and all Joints East.
Patseagers by this route have ohoiot
of Five Different Routt and the ad
vaatagn of Eight Daily Lines Palace
81eeping Cars from CHICAGO to
PHILADELPHIA k NEW YORK,
aad other Eastern Poiata,
Insist that tht ticket agent stilt yoa
tickets by the North-Wasters Road.
Examiat your tickets, tad refute to
bay if- they do not road aver chit
AH agents sell thtm aad check saal
bayage tret by this lite.
ftroajrh Tickets via this nata to
all BaattrB Peiatstaa be prared at
tht UtattalnPatata Railroad tiaket of.
wAwiaawar Marstat street ; aad at 2
WW Ntw Meatywaery street, 8aa Fraacit-
aad ether traia. aad pay tht highttt
taah price for tht same.
Tktj al tar. a Ml toek rfpiml
BOOTS SHOES, AC
which they are offering at priett that
are bound to rait their cattomtrs.
RKMEMBER THE PLACE,
east side of Juniata Avenue,
JUNIATA - - - NRB7A3KA
Carries aht Wgw aad
tiwaa, far Bmrwag,
aewaiaery yarl La
f DOORS. WIllDOirft BTtarrvi unit ntvn. pi
timber kaklsL a.
ht, givte at a
' aad pkiaiai
Gtvt aa a taM
Aamrn 701 -an Tassirnfrwu i
iMao IsvcDioyt, Aft.
Cast Mill, awl KratsMratere,
Threshers, Horse Powers.
J t7rrl8 ailyaa
I f f by aoyoae ef
PbyilciaVR aid SBrfttR.
BSjT PABTICUtAB ATTIHTi6r 01 VBB
TO DIBBASB8 PKCCXIAB TO FgJf ALBS.
Pant ait Biridsmtt f vt mOet tact of
v , f
RED .CLOUD FimaiTUtE
rf - i.
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Tad" UlTVMT -..,.?..
vaw. vamv ""tr' J-fl7tr'r,..
Daala txte naively j all Uaektf far-
Chairs. Mirrtft, aad ialatt
every thiac to at feaad ia a irat raam
GIVE HIM A CALL.
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Shop ia McNrrr's Store.
Ef UBUCAII VAUEY
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R: C: JONbS PROraiETOR.
: Stage leaves Hattiaga 4for Red
dead, ifeith Ceaier. Barr Oak aad
poiata mmta aej Mtadav. Wedsietaiay
aad Friday, 8Velook A. M rt-
emmet at rraenaaMe ratta.
Ssaith's Book litora. HaMmM a
ta,aadat alaoaptB' ticket oeneet of
the Ueatral Pattla, Uaita Patiicaad
aH wtatwa rsahtada.
Ntw York Office. Na. 415 Bread
way,, Jkatttf Omot, No. 5 State
atreti .Omaha Oaatt, 34ft Farisham
street. Sea Fraaciaco Office, 2 Naw
Moatg otatry atratt. Caieatt Ticket
Omtas : x Clark stmt, aadtr 8htr
maa Hoatt ; 753aaal, corner Madt
ata strttt; Kiemis'strttt depot, tar
atr Watt gStaat aael Caaalarrttta;
Websfjtttteaeoratr WtOs ami
emptjior r ,
G Pass. Agt., Caieatt, DL
. MaBTIM HaTOHHT.
Gta, Maa'r, Clusagt, HL
easily earaed ia taasa ttsaat
se saata ia Urea i aaeaa
eitaersex. ia aay
aartoftaeeoaatry whole wllliar to watk
--" - tha aaanlnvniMt k.t tm f A
M par week la yoar ewa tows. Tea eaa ad
yoar whole tiae to the work, or oaly year
spare moments. Wehaveaa rats ahaaxasaav
kiar over S30 pt day. All who eat at
oace eaa aiake aioaey fast. At tke , praeeat
tiose aaoney eaanot be made ee easily aasT rap
idly at aay otherJbasinees. It coeu aethiac
to try the basiaesa. Tersss aad IB eattt frae.
Addroae at eaee, II, Uallktt A Ce.,
M ly PerUaid. Maiae.
md Cora MiOs, Cera aad Ceh C?raahrra, Chareh. Fwhool.
rre AUrm Belk
For Salt by D. D. MEARNS, Etklit. W.Uter cy.
J. G. Fetter has just received tha fRst'asaortaiBt of
Win ffioo&s M
Oraatshaaeeto saaka swaay
set cracabaekt. We aee4 a
pereea la every town to take eabseriaUeaa
hr tha laiwett. eaeapeet ani beet IUaetraTel
raauy pablieauoa in the world. Aay oaa
can becon a raeeessial agent. The most ela-
fant works or art given free to subscribers.
The price is so low tbat alssost every bety
subscribes. Oaa as eat reports snaking aver
1150 ia a week. A lady a sat reaorw tak
ine over 400 sabseribers in ten days. Alt
who engage make sooner fast. Tea eaa da
vote all yoar tiis te tke baeiaeee. ar aaly
yoar spare tlsaa. Yoaaeed net be away
mas hesae ever night Tea eta da it as
ethers. Fall pariealm dlree'ieae aat tanae
free. Blegaat aad exaaaeiva OaUt fraa. If
yoa waat proluble work seed year addreas
at eaee. It costs aothla to try tha eaaiaesa.
Ho oaa who enfages fails U saaka rraai pay.
Addreas "TheTeapla'a Jearaal." erUad.
A YEOBTABLB PBPABATIOB, it
veated in the 17th century "by' Dr.
William Grate, Surgeon ia ling
Jamee' army. Through ita areaev ha
cared thousands of tht matt ttritaa
seres aad wounds, and was regarded
by all who knew him apahlit btataat
tor. 25t. a box' by mail 30c For salt
by draggjets generally.
Address Beth Fowlt ft Boat,
For rcadiag crabs, for Amateur
theatricals, ttrnperaatt plays, drawiat
room plays, fairy plays, Ethiopian
Pityt, gaide hooka, sptakers paate.
awaet. Tableaux Kghts, magataiam
lights, tolored art, burnt ttrit, IWat-
neal fact pttptratioot, J arty a
work, wigs, beards, aad mbatt
M) Mixed Cards, wkh
tCt.Nataaa. N. Y.
M' t .: . ,.r
ttsj atjrmtt with yoar
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