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THE KEO CI WD
HE RED CLOUD CHIEF
' nn'"n-T-afii; JSUtui'Xi3r-g
-WBLISItED EVERT IHUBSDAtf' AT
5E Vs .4 WWK
3 J f
M. L THOMAS,
f2.C0 per year, InvtritW7 Sn Jktemct
A.R.Pa.l(Wk.Berlc'. II. Senator
AWin Eautvlpr. Omaha. u. .S. Senator.
ilbojnjji J. Major P.eprcwuUtiTi-.
ATBINTS NAXCE. r,ovornr.
8.tf . AUxandtr. of ht ats.
lF.W l.Mlke' Auditor.
G.M. Hartleit Tr'."'?.rrr
.C. J. Dilworth. . Att'y !
j8.3UTbminaon.-Ijinoln.Fnp Pub. Instruction
Qn n.'I.tkeOmnba. ChiefJiPtiee.
Vvna-a Cobb. -L.nap.
Mam') Maxwell. Flatemnath
J. A. Tulles. Countr-fllork
lE. II. Jnnn,
""J. Vi. Warren.
JBL A. I'OpO.
"Eternal Vigilance is the, price of Liberty." and$2.QQ a ijetirisihe priceofthe Red Clnnd Chief.
RED CLOUD WEBSTER CO, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. JTLV 1? IS?',..
BUSINESS DIRECTOR Y.
JD. S. COOMBS,
ATTOUKEY AT LAW. UeJ Cloud. Kb.
QCice in Court Ilou. Money io 'loon on
j Aiicciate Ju.
iK. JL Bhwar.
iO. V, . Rail.
IU. II. Luca.
A. n. Crary
. Couaty ComtnUiioriqr.
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNDy AtfD -COUNSELOR AT I.AW.
Red Clou.1. Nb.
t1.1'rota;t Attention Oiri-n to Collections.
OrriCK Oor Jonio.f a Caera Star.-U1 C.
M. 1- THOMAS.
THURSDAY JULY 17, IS79.
T" 7 riSCOPAU SKItVICnS. tlm firl Sunday
of ach mouth JUv. jjofejih I.oe,
BAPIIST; Rrv. G.O. U-EIHE.U. Pai-tor.
SerT cei in the t;,urt llojre the 2ni
ariti 4th Fabbath in rr.ch month tunrninit nn;l
.veiling. At GuideJtoqk ibeJ.tanilSd babljath
,norniiiK and evening.
m. yt-KrMfiiiiKT; Iter. .C. REILLY. PaMor:
JV1. Service in tb Ohurcb en h Sabbath.;
.alternating tnorninc and uvciung iWitn ine
Mt. IMeagant vrytt"Xo week Pt 11 .a. in
. .com' Nov. 101B78. Penny Creek. Hhv.3 utJ
,p. m.. 0k deck at 3 p, ui. every tro Kek
1TRESRX'X.URIAN. Rkv. J. M. PRYSK
1 Ptifton fc'orvicr in tho Church rach ah
bath alternating morning and evening with the
CON0RJE0ATJONi: IUv. .SEO. RJCST.
I'siMur. Hervioea in tho Court ilouse the
,1ft und 3d Hubbath in each month.
.Unien Prayer inoetinovery Thursday evening.
Babbatb School ever' Sabbath tnorninc at 10
ttokn:y and counrbloh
tpi at law. .Juriiata Ncbra-ka. Will prao
tice in all the ConrtH of the tate.
Prompt attention j;ivcn to all business
entrusted to his care. Office on tho
past side Juniata Avenue. July 1 7
Mm. H. A. HnwARn.Supt.
I.O. O. F.
R.n Ci."nr Lodok. No. f.lIOOF
uiMnts every Haturday niitht in the
'Jajinic Hall. .Vrmber cf otlicr
LorfiteiiarecorUUlly iu it'd to attt-nrf.
1. bulN. ,
3. IT- Porntu Hrc'y.
T. S. GILHAM,
ATR)HN1T ANJ) COUNSKLOlt
Office nvr. door north Kalvj Bros.
REDCLOUD- - - NEB
" jf.K. Will cox,
ATTORNEY AT LAw andtl. R. CoinaU
fioner. Collectionn promptly attended to.
Office oijdoomurtb-ot Chiel Office.
SSJ) SWOT - fiS
J "Gould the railroad ktog hid failed
The Naponee Banner hoists tho name
of James G. Blaine of Maine, for l'refei
dftit in 18S0.
The yellow fever ha9 broken out in
Memphis and it is feared that it will -be
moro malignant, even, than it was ht
orchArdi in the vicinity of Pooli&c i re
porteil to be vefy great. ?o far u known
no e,6onj were injured. Port llaron
advices htte the stotm ptawd oTer that
city a Hide after Ji, -flooding the coun
try and city with rain. The force of the
wind blew down the new Methodist
Church, iofiiciins leva of $15,000; it
sl.'O bkw the ride out of K. It. Taj lor1
plaining mill, blew down the pine grove
brewery, entirely demolishing Ilirron s
photo gallcrj'f unroofed the Grand Trunk
freight houses at Ft. Grotiol and Point
Edwardi, aud the .Music &nd Graham
blok., and many hou;d and barm in
aHTeient sections of the city were upset
The Phelps Co., Piancer puti the
..it i.i t . .1.. .
aeatiM neta anu cro3 oonc a. mc jp
or the comaiMioncis procctdinga in that
The foijviiuc t a cJrUltoQ frsta
the Tload ! W JrJS. to rrarl lo
5ne- Fe dollar for nt tararnc to lk
About tLirtj feet of tic mill de at
.Miiford washed out last Fiilay taornin.
I vill frAt ?ne.wKrre in the ocichbor-
hood of 7,WJ to run (he lincola -Rtrr. "h - oihc ,
. . - k Ift IRA t.HF.'i
erotaeot LuiMite dunn ine ti year. - -
I wcr.;y uu
I ftoploy ny Jrai'a dnvrr a
;: ! a- a .pubW eotiTrvtOf. irr
dollars for each tima a tfa it lft
. UtviBf on any public ral without b-
F. H- CrOKTC
A York Cowwty paper eiprea much;
diaUfaetioc it the wy th Ruio
ttlers there perue life they art
t.i);nfi MMir win t nil ulre ib anoth . i c.i -r.w J". I
i .- .1.- nr.- t. i .... t I
cr Dona election on tnc -um "- for icxrjrtr ue tcta ol a itg ojacn i
f ft 1 If V ff&flr !t4tt
:..f 5 T.'-Jr ka. .a bx. 2iTr xl IZtk7uI Tirt. ?
Watches, Ciociis And
o. c: CASE,
AlTOUNKr AT LAW. OJGcc ovox
Herd's furniture More.
BED CLOUT, 1TE2
Collections made and promptly remitted
Horatio Seymore will probftlly di
pute wirh Sammy Tildcn for the place
.on the Democratic ticket an candidate
for president in 1880.
A J&Das correspondent pays that
the apple crop -will bo large the present
tcason, but that other fruits ill bo
almost .an entke faJlwe.
a. r Sc A- iff.
Ciiakitv Lonor No. 53 Had CUurf. Neb.
. mnrik Krirfiiv vrniiii? onor Detote iuii
anqn. ;Vlitiwt orouicw. in;ooiiju.u-!
'im. aruciUttiWiy in-vienii, iKicnu.
I. St fih Ser'y.
L V- R R. Time 1Me.
TakinR effect Sunday. May 4th 1ST9.
S :.-.:. rm JlASTl NILS'.
:27 AYR ,
.6 :48 IH.UK HILL
-7 :i rOWLKS
5 iS, RKI) CLOUD
n -2";pm TVLO(MINOT0N
Train daily, except Sunday.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW and al .es
tate Agents. Will practice io all the
CourtH inthis State and Northern Kan.
Collections promptly attended to and
Red Cloud Neb.
Edwin C. HnwJey,
ATTRWEY AtW COCW
A NIILOKAT LAW.
Office 1st door West of Red Cloud
BED CLOUD - - MSB.
Ex Gov. Wm. Allen of Ohio, Suvown
by the sobriquet of "Fog horn Allen'
died at his reniioooe ear Ciiilaoolhe
Ohio July JJth. Ho was 74 year
The U. P. R. It. Co., ii goon to run
a line from Valparaiso wuth through
Lincoln and Beatrice to .Majyjillc 'I
Manhattan to intersect tin L Jc k
Denver and couaect with the Kansas
t 1 tii i ii:ii. 1 t - .
Umana, .Tioorara anJ niaca mm. " cntBin:tx r&fnrrrt. in tc roul aa
company ask for 13.001. fa!ene-l. Ten eilT for runntn a
The ltoar3 of Wrectori of Uocolo i team or a horae on ibe pL!c ruai.
School Diatrict contemplate erecting two! Fiv iJU.ru for drinnx fatter than a
r.ew ichool hou bafore the commeoee- walk over a r. lg.
j K W Y. L R Y
. jltrnXKTD. - - KHK ASK A.
ment of the fall term.
Lincoln' 4oion T the nrre ciodo
arrived tlierc fhe Fourth. The paper
hpeak of them as above the avenge in
intelligence anfl appearance ol dreM.
Tho -new bell on the Grand
:n00 Tsirs i.
While the j'tnior partner of the Srm
of Herring iNrnxle wa utwrtatrndior.
certain improretncnt tn ti bctVhng,
lanilt.L- ........, .,( niitfililv rf rlK
lliu VAVv.ak.'i '. ....-. . ..,
AS trv Jrw?sH
V fij f I -Stth.
&Ttn Snitttt fc.
H A R 0 W A
, k VM.
i if -
rv.. .Ji illUf S 'X.3
CALL ON TIIBM
mim q. n. tu r..
:Ta t t)
Vc:al and Instrumental
T. ! 8 1 ! i M
If the Guard is to bo credited, a
pair of those innocent and affectionate
animals of tho cat kind, known as the
panther, have their rondevaus io a thick
et near tint town.
.1. W. TULLEYS,
U. S. Pension Surgeoa.
Office over Kaley Rrop. law office.
LED CLCUD. I'SErUSSA
Quick Time 1 Through Trams I
Clm-o Conncclioiis ! No Delay !
Burlington Route !
TO CHICAGO AND THE EAST.
Lowest rate? of Tare will bo mnJa.
'n.n.nli r.nr will be run from It. ic M. Point
In Southern Nebraska to ChiciRO.
A ten minn'ca connrcfioa will bo inndo at Tn
AT(HJCGO close connection will alvnj?
t, ... 4n iv iu:t.MjiuthutLSt end north.
Sieepinc ear berths rccrv,d ad Uc Lincoln 5
i-ketiHice ny icirnrrapn w .,....-..-.
from J'R-ouri Rivir to Chicago.
TOiST- LOUIS & THE
ThoburlinRton rcutehave n jtera of through
leepiTS and clovo eonnectioua between the
f ...... tri Hirer anil St. Louis
Pawengcrx Ukinn thw line Ljve the bet of
AecoMinKl.ition!.. Pullman lee,e. run reKu
fariytroin Mi.'?ouri River to bt. L(.ui.
TO 1'EOIUA, INDIANAPOLIS, CIN
CINNATI, AND THE
-Thi8 wthe only reliablo rmite to tjjeonth
Ajt. Connoetionn are ma- e at Prona with tha
T P A W. and I. B. & W. Railroaji for Indian
roli.' Cincinnati. J'oluinbu?. and nil central
nb southern Ohio. Ken ucy. soutfcern Indiana.
DINING CABS. Qcoi lieols at 7o cents.
When you o ca5t be ure and trjvel ever the
C AM. lino if yon wi'h to ; e SAFE anl com
ior table and deire to travel speedily.
A- B-TOgSLaaKW, KfiT-taat
"TtirrnttaBT ro'',"ar '?ed b7 ehcBi-
H..trlltaM'ntora Urw cumber of nun nndet
JtKsW mx aw ww - - -- -
V. H. Hicbardvn. S. (3aibr.
Eidiardson & Garner,
Ri:i CLOUD. NKBRAMCA.
Hinlict market price, niid for lio; and cattle.
Last winter a lady inquired of llio
editor -of itiie Ssn Francisco Post under
the 1ea4 of "Anweja to Correspon
dents." "Are 4inflorfikirt9 cut jjored
wiUi ruffles this winter, or not?" and
the wretch replied, "We'll find out this
This country has on ita surface 19,
204 miles of telegraph wire, which is ;
the greatest amount possessed by any
country in tho worl4. Britain comes
next, with 108,000 miles; Russia comee
next, with 31, 00; France, with 2.r,000;
Canada, with 20,000, and Germany with
A family of ten person waa badly
injured by lUhtcwnR near Sutton list
-week. Tho bolt btcack the house and
et it on 6re, at tuiduii;ht, but fortnately
it was extinguished by a young man who
was keeping company with one of tho
girls and "happened" to bo up late.
The following wo clif from the Ricer-
too RigU, and wliile it ii applicable to
that place it is just as applicable to all
parts of the Valley:
if the busincs men of this placo only
pat their shoulders to the wheel, wWre
they auake ono dollar bow, they coJd
make three by a little exertion put forth
in pushing it on. There are thousands
of dollars of idle wealth wasted weekly
throah our own neglect, not taking
advantage of the opportunity offered us
by naturo in our surroundings. c
have every thing but capital to start
rith, and to induce that to eoao auwog
uh, proper eneouragcniont ought to be
nitr first nrt an fi aim. uur nrainea auu
hide hills are clad in wild craves of the
moat nutricious kind for grating pur
poses, where cattle and s-heep woa!d
grow trim, keep healthy and fat during
most part or the year. Our soil h suit
ed to the raising of flax, and every other
thinr, our air clear, dry. bracing and
suited to animal ex"ntonc winter short
and mild, summers somfortably warm
.;tl,nnr hninir too hot and our streams
muling anu uianuiaciumiK
wo only take
advantage of them We can ju-a a
easy have woolen taetoncs, u.x anu on
jchool house lari this m-cnplion: 1 1 Mr I)irngV'robervrd'uicthiri:httennjc
. . t c . Tnnnr.A. 111. i Lmi lYa rm'jiii! TkVinL a cro.
proclaim eternal winwo io n""''" j - - . -
L , ... .- liay he pried the nj.tmon' imbtanc
Intoleraace and lanatiei-tH. lout o.l onexwiiMtwD Ual it to b
Nucaolla c-iuntry is renewitg her eff- tiothitu? le thaa a quirt lottl ol wine,
ot ts toobtaia a aouthwetern raikoad How Iouk it ! ln hiddro away tbrte
,. , -. . , v ,. 1I(1i 'nootiJ can tell, but from the hi-tory of
lm frrm Uauennort to rehon. ana a . , , , . ,...,, .,. i, :.
survey will proWy be made jwea.
Tho Crete Uniot fays:
Join the dehveTj of the
,1 iLfl'Aiopted to milling and mi
l or ! purple, :11 of which arc n
,nl 0' within our reach for uo. if
The body of Stephen D. Iiichan'
man executed at Minderi on April
was eshumed a few days after the cxecu
av nni Vao rl'nlArAn Ttn nnavmAntLT tlak
- .rn. n-i i:..i.. u mill, here as not, it wo only give them
uui;uiii. .juumiu.iw.... iv -- - W ,avo a
uiiiiiiiir'iiii'inriiL . .iata -
J. K. Smith S. C. Smith M.1LTho-ov.
Pre. First Nat. Cnh. Fint Lite Tf Her lint
Hank. Ueatrico Nnu Hank NaU Hank Hcat-
Suh. Rcitrico Neb. ritu Neb.
"Will make collection in nnyrartoftho
United Stts Sell exchange upoa the princi
pal catern itl Ln money upon improved
farm Receive tlepo ita subject to sisht drafts
Alton mterct upon time dcpoHli, uml trans
act a gcner.il Uaaki:.s lusinc.
UrrnBKXCM: Dinulia National Hank. A.
S. Paddock. U. .S Senator; First National It ink
New York. Cambridge Valley National Rank.
CaiubriJso New York.
W. & On B, Harvey,
Are pieparcd at all rimes to bore oi
INAVALE - - NEBRASKA.
is said to bo one of the finest skeletons
vw wired together. Richards' Iat re
quest was that his body bhould not he
given to the doctors, but it is perfectly
right that his wh& should not be grant
ed. His .kelcton is to valuable to go to
waste. State Journal.
Mannger Touxalin, of the B. Si M.,
Railway in Nclira.-ka, has issued a spec
ial order which t-ays that in order to
hoar their appreciation of long and
faithful 2rviue for tho company,
amount of $10,000 wiil bo loaned to tho
employees of the roads, in amount of
$1,000, for tho cxpresn purpose of se
curing themselves homes. Tho loan can
be used for no other purpose, and is
appointed as follows: $2 000 in the
general offices, 111. 000 to the ehop em
ployees and engineers, $1,000 to station
agents, $2,003 to tho cmplnyoes of the
land office and $2,000 to the trtin men.
The money will be loaned to those who
have served the company the longest,
and no guarantee of future service will
be required. Tho above amounts will be
loaned at 4 per cent, pcrannum for thrco,
four or Gve years as desired. It is furth
er stated that another loan will be offer
edJuno 1st, 1SS0.
larec number of people who are Iivhir
on farms without the means to farm
with, who will readily sell to those who
v, bo mnmo to buv. Many ol tho'O
i who will sell, will invest the price of the
f........ ;.. liiuinos4 in town. By encour.
uiiun at -...-.-- --- - .
aiting capital into the country, trade will
revive and all will be beneGtted in the
To effect this the resources ol tho
country must bo t-hown up and tho way
to fdiow up those things is by a proper
support to your local pipers, MilxcribinR
forthcui, wnding a copy each week to
,i I your friends in tho eat, from which they
anu omers c;ni n.'.u mia .
try and town wo have here.
benda to rte
Blue Valley A Norl!iwerter railroad on
legal grounds of overi-syae.
Bishop O'Connor ha gone to Gree
ley county to aeleet lO.O'W acres of land
for an Irish cdlowy which i fon to cotun
to Nebraska under the aupice ef the
Irish colinixation soeietr-
Tlie fo!lariK the amount of bui
ne-s done at the United States land
office at Niobrara for tho month of May
rVevstnptions. 100; soldier homestead
declarations, II; baoatcada, 99.
On Tuesday a drove of SW kead of
cattle, belongtK Kountae Broa., of
Omaha, passed throujh Jackson, Ue
cntur conty, jid for the attle ranch
of thos cectlcmen in Knox county.
Two brother uamed Ktc. who wri
dcccnding the river in a rUff between
Niobrara and Vaaktoe, mt on a bar
which capsized the boat, and caused the
death of ono of tke men, His home is
at Valparaiao, W.
An Orleans. Hanlan connty man has a
..rllmr m a'jaan his vast drove of
sheep whoe fleece weighed eleven
pounds. The avyrage weight of fleeces
of the who!; dravo was seven pounds.
By thoo well posted, it in thought
ilt Ml-Klvov. the boy sentenced to be
hung in this Stat for murder, will bo
givon a chance for a new trial, and the
sentence commuted to lifa imprisonment.
A terrific hail storm stniek a U. I
! tba cite on which tho building itand it
si probable that th wine ti over 11")
Ij-rar ld The building form-rly stand.
Itiir on the Mtr w a dwtlhng hou
and it thnuxLt tlat the wtne a by
aome chance, er other, bunci there
aiming tb Cobmal dajs of il rat
Parriolst atirttinj frcno to tv
wort, rA poffin in'1o to uder
Uf 1 iwWV -4 r. 2!t
WA) Ct OOIX
iit:d. y u&
f 1 1 j K.
ami bow M nDUtn tJm. lmJ
itx ur-o r-ipt -f IMUW w $'
X Ai i
u LMOJ.S flmt CO,
AMW4H44 -4 .
. riMitukMv rAN & ft
J. L. MILLER
QUICK ' SALES ! I
7V2TI SQLT.VTIE IDJSiVLnsrGr.f
Keens constantly on baud a full line
Harness Collar, Saddles, Whip,
IIorMi-BlankeL. Combs, Bruah-
es, HarneiMi Oil aad every-
aalry kept in
a 6f9t-claK ohop.
Two doors north of the hank.
Tha mauut Ca-ii Prt tw u mii
OVKRLF.ES ii NOVK3,
a t s a a t u
BLACKSMITH I NO,
iob work. No anl U kindf ot Rparin
Thrv; Mottoeravc V-m-o nrty nbHTTrd by N f l.UWY aicc larL I?
P io butnrs her. and tn th futuro a io tht pat, w proK I Q
tick t liMB,ari'l thereby add to our already large anj
rafldry Kwneamng U-La.
0r .tock of
XTT TS20''a,, k,r U' Tumor, dii
JL A.XMJCM'Z rliirt" of hlrod or muru.
and all dleae of the irrlnm s""''ly and drr-
, r. i i 'P.l.,. ! frtl cured ly a unipleuhl .Kthit reni-dy
Ijodg Pole last lucIa, Kor ,nforra,tlo?1 alllr,. u
SWISS STATE 3.
Dr. J. I'aber and I'o.TZ Ann treet N. T.
Fbf.d C. Winton, Prop.
RED CLOUD, - - - - NEB.
te. o rreralcat amonr fn'5,
"tCLv.5 ;(.i.n.ii. that our Am
.ui wwu...".. ---, tt.
u - i tr and
" r" cv s7,.
fmuln, uirat lull
ipoa in tjnrmi
net of Inraltdf.' tBCiralit ot
inc. or eiijo '": I1! t"t'S'
Red Cloud .- - Xtb
Will pay thehirtcftcash price for hides.
Frenti fle( ronatRnlly Or llrmil
fSKStSrSSw aet plala boxes lirteiw,wii
iuu oniww r-"ri--. "-..
SbT tone ToaieTiIl, 122l.
all atcrhti0n V
PretSriT.K:xialPaUen be ""-i!!!"
FBBORS OF YOUTH-
A re ntlcman who snffercd for year frpm ncrT
ont debility .Prornaturedccay.andall theilect
of youthful indiscretion, will for theake of uf
finnf humanity. cnd free to allwho need it.
thi-recii-e an dirrctionffor cukinc tho imple
anir bv which he wa cured. ntlcp!n! wuh
inrto priint ty the adrerti?er expenencp cam
io io by addrMsing ia perfect cpr.fidence.
Jihn . Ogden, 4i Cedar street New York.
THE WORLD'S BALM.
Dr. U D. Weyburn's Alterative Syrnp.
A.TemedFUsedS3years Inanriiate prac-
KHEUMA 1 IS M.
timmpt Brrripela. scrofula, secondary syph
fny db"te. and all Jiese. in which
n.Tr"l5f:.i:...l ;. .nw nflV.i-a.1 to th
Feed Sale Stable,
J. D. Post, Propr.
RED CLOUD, NF,B
This space belongs to
DR- SHE BRER
CITY rng fiTORE,
Who is too busy to write an "Ad."
:. Cnllixtxl i now offerad to the
T". " . - J. 1. .
.vis- e.Jii in mi rLaii arncKitr. tinu iwnoi-
?)'ny),,J Tt iVtsybiirn medicine rompany
MILLER & SEATON,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
vTill makf ptimatp aud tako con!rartB
for all kinds of bui!din.
IlAltniSBURO, Pa., July 11. About
5 o'clock this evening a storm of unusual
severity swept over Mifflin, Juniata
County. The Presbyterian and Metho
dist churchee wero unroofed, the Luther
an slightly damaged, a row of ten build
ings on Main street, occupied princi
pally or stores, were unroofed, gable ends
blown in, and contents badlj damaged.
The carriage factory of Showcrt & School
was badly damaged, and a number of
carringes destroyed. Tho roof of the
public school building was blown off,
and nine other buildings more or less
damaged. Los estimated at $65,000.
A lady mined Cress.veli, aged 0, wa
instantly killed by the roof of the Pres
byterian Church crus-hing into her resi
dence. At Lewistown, Mifflin County,
several houses were unroofed and one
entirely destroyed. It is feared great
destruction to property has nocured in
other localities in Juniata and Mifflin
Cincinnati, July 11. Reports are
reaching hero slowly of a destructive tor
nada which swept ovtr Northern Ohio
to day, but the details were meagre for
want of telegraphic facilities. At Ken
ton, Ohio, several houses were unroofed;
at Man:-field the damage was extensive
to roofs and buildings, but no loss of life.
Crops generally sa fibred severely, grain
being blown flat.
Detroit, Joly 11. Pontiac. Port
Huron, and St. Clair, in this State, were
today visited by a destructive storm of
wind and lightning, which might be
called a tornado. It struck Pontiac
about 10:20 a. m., and seriously dama
ged the spires of the Coagregational and
Episcopal Church, the jaU, Ade well's
livery stable, and naroofed a number of
dwellings. The damage to crops and' State,
The population of Thayer county
Work progresses on tho Elkhorn Val
Fairbury has a new, red hot greeback
The colored citizens of Lincoln have
organized a relief association
Work has been commenced on the
Lincoln and Northwestern road.
A car load of exodus papsed through
Tecumseh last week for Lincoln.
Tbo new church property at Har
vard is threatened with confiscation by
John Fitzgerald donated a church
worth $3,000 to the Catholic at Platts
Nance county has 200 voters, who are
about to enter into a contest for the
Between 600 and TOO Russians arriv d
in York last Saturday evening by
Harvesting is becoming active in the
Niobrara country, and the returns will
Great quantities of fall wheat and rye
were harvested in the vicinity of Tecum
seh last week.
S V Tavlor of Norfolk. Madion
county, has been appointed steward of
the hospital for the insane.
The pcop'e of Knox county are e'im
oring for the opening of the Santce
reservation to white settlers.
A new iron bridge has been built in
Nemaha county, at Hallatn's mill, 122
feet long at a cost of $1,900.
The Durseries at Crete are making
large sales to farmers who know the
value of fruit and forest trees.
Greeley shipped 12,875 quarts of
strawberries this year, her shipments
last week amounting to 250 quarts.
Niobrara wants a bank. The money
order business of the post-office for May
amounted to $6,269.39.
T,ast Wednesday's wind storm blew
down a large gristmill on the Blue river,
and played sad havoc with lL
The court house of Saline at Wilber,
is in process of construction and promises
to be one of the most elegant in the
I will Sail. Free. th recie for a "Impl Ve
tblf balm tht will rennf th rn rrrr
el. Pi-ni'te and bl tch lirin the V in tft.
elcar ard btotlf' lro Instruction f r pro In
cins a luxiriant growth of h. r on a bill had
or Tntb fr" ddrr. rncl ire a "c ttatup
ben. Vantelf.tCo M Vno tr-t. N. Y.
TO CONsVl MT1 VES".
1 he adT5.Me'. hIn Vn ?rmn-t'y eared
of that drivl difrve. conotr.pi'i. 1 airople
remedy. I anxion t make kno-rn to hi Mlnw
ufferer th man of cur. To all who dir
it. he will fend a roi y of the i recription tiJ
fre of rharce. with the oireetlu'. f-r rrparin
and ntinc the Mtn wbi'-h they will find a or
eure for Ori!uaption. A thiaa. Ilroncblti c
Partie wihmf thr iirecription nl'a- -lire.
U.X lll lnn t. w iiiiatninurr -
PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE
"SSM8NAL PASTILLE t
A IiliiVt ElacOTaTT
4N- Cf(rtwita J-
? t4 r-.i.ttf .
! H-Jr hr lt nif
t l.m.t Car at
"alnal Zolaaioaa at
IrToet!rr If I t
iruoway. Till Dlra:l
jH Trad M.rft
! at ti hii.ii ttHt
irplleattan la t r"
ift.?; 17 ACaoTP'lon.
ra t t Crmloaj Vralalaa. Zae-
atoTT Dm Ji. rroaiat OUaJ. ! Vmhr a. Ti.
knocking holes through the tin-roolcd
cars and Ftuasking up tlw windows
fiightlully. Hail the size of hens eggs
Tho dipo the Union Pacific is sinking
at Grand Island is now down about 170
fpet. At a denth of 160 feet the pipe
struck what was supposed to be an old
tree, several pieces of decayed wood
being brought up in the sand pump.
A passenger Btcamcr makes regular
trips between Niobrra an.l Sioux Lity
nowadays. It is a nine-hour- run be
tween Yankton and the latter place, and
a two-uours run ueiaccu .ut.v.u
One Richard Mack was arretted in
Niobrara lat week for highway robbery,
which wa committed on Ash creek, the
victim being Peter Carl Reichtbnrg.
By main force the prisoner got $150,
$99 of which was recovered.
Two burglars were captured at West
ern. Jefferson county, last week, and
jailed. During the next night after the
capture they escaped frcm tho jail and
pursuit was begun. One was recaptur
ed, but the other is at large. They had
secured a fine stock of groceries which
A young ma named Charles Cook, of
Filmore county, committed uicide in
tho stable of hia employer last Friday by
means of a drawing knife, with which he
cut his throat from ear to ear. Mental
aberration is given as the cause.
Mr. Brush, the cattle man of Greeley,
and whose ranch is tbirty-five miles from
Juloburg. raed through Sidney to
that point on Tuesday last, to receive
2.400 head of cattle, which he bought
all in a bunch last week for the Eastern
A nine-yaar old daughter of Mr.
Milton Scott, of Jefferson couaty, met
her death in a tragic manner last Sun
day. She had been playing with a load
ed revolver, when it went off and the
ball eatered her abdomen, canna out at , Jtj EE-JSUraw?.
her shoulder blade. She suffered mor- Mt,r,"I"?i..
-nt rannia aaia -
laelad 4 lara aaJ eaftfwllr Il.l iwl ,
$ Boots, ShOM,
?HATS CAPS and NOTIOMS.
ftjJ It aaU wf bqKt at
CLOSEST CASH FIGURES.
And will Be Sold in the same way. So rc-
1 member if vou want to save monev, and
select from a laru;e stock, vou
N. C. LIDDY.
Prodcci: tkin in uxc
iK)u)'Ctn0 t v ' -v. S'4
A LARGE LOT OF
Ifllllllaf h. r.atit.
If Hi -itr if ea
-M .. 1 .J.
tf iM lair 'r u lit lr W t l
n-ir aitoi.i in ixtiii.r,'"" .-:
etal ).ia -i rt.iin rtt af l -tl aa
.. .... ,f,i ! rif: firt a-K tra,
j7tz t t.n '- :-". f'wir "Ja ;
... . ! iggs 1 o.aarr. rr r u Plain aa of
Bictot. r:rrou DtWUty. Caaf&aioa of Xdaa. Am
aloa o Society, etc etc 4 Ua if raia. ( (MM.
tur eld ac ' ?' uniiwfc,n4 r
;.7T.?.t ifctoU Vlfcr. -W-a rf ... W.a aM t
ttr. TaU Ja "f inanl 4 IX ! a
... ll H a ffaw .. Zrrax -
ua r "'-' ," "'
inl...kM rla JI r jfo-at f-i !"
cu.aabctUjrra'aIa. rru"al ! aal.a
uutM ij.c-r raara"-1' ,k,, " "a P' rifeloa-
Cum t 11 jnf tt .I ti m u r'i
Ux..f f ...t MillltlLl tiimt.tt4tl '
t,t U l Irrl t t". t ri-rfa.l V..M fat
'ctrlrf r-i-i ill Ijitojt .ir-jr'tta M tfala.
Uar n ri a -a la U IM wa a aU rdmry u ".
i.i 1 qn&eca at r !. "'" ""
h.vfMt. i tniiifnriii.B."T
0. 1. i'-i i J ' - tl" L
r titia.tr l'a t. w I rr inltt a4 ttrara
wuU. .. t.f I 7. Vt Wr I. aal. a U
!.. Tall niKCTlOlrrcia;wiUMW
VTsizh we r: effsriaj to ths y.VJ: it
Greatly reduced prices.
UATZ2, K3 7U ti,
ASriRltval p:ecrti cf
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rtsr xatnt vox.
tal ! a lTipa 1SI r ' aalUaIW
h tn i'ai. ita
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HARRIS REMEDY CO-KPSCMOKTS.
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raaaa a mum. Ata to nfc
tma. AItv. t HMia. Atrwm m
Wraaa. rraatiVifc a aw. Ctlwj a- Hfimmt aata.
an. Caa.-mJ aabra. ImitM. C ". T
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Lav pnwn. ur t-r" '
MILLER & BALL, Red Cloud JWi.
JOHN C. POTTER,
tal agony for a few bourn.
A few day flinee. near Homer,
kota county, a party wm httatiag wood
chuck, and dijcgiti into a mound an ojd
hair trunk was dl-covcrcd, which on be
ing opened was found o contain three
skeleton which had been taken apart
and packed therein, with the exception
of one kuil that was fooad Iyinjr, outside
of the track. On bein expo.'d to the
air the bonea crumbled away. From
appearances it is jud;d that the skele
ton had bcea there twenty-fire and per
haps fiAy years. Whether they repre
sent sobc dark tragedy or the best that
loving kinds could do for the victim of
some Iadiaa ! acre, will probobry re-:
main a mystery.
. 1 aa 17-BiJlla. O 1 nil ra . Wi. Bulataia. vatfaa-
Si l5ZZ IXMURIKM. mil.-
C fckjai DV9CV MRVj
mmm. at. a4 a f n mmj aataMta MfjP
Ktat. rarwd trrr.
a tofal irm,
Hlrtm XnWat al nlii. 1
POLLA taa aa nrm oa
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iiiT. . at." t ii. afrT
tm ialnnt( rwjuaiaox ra itw pvra.
fr W-la! Bo- . .
tliti araR af "T
trU . aa-a ti tdnr frm.
watuaaij S ai.it
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faara p-aruee. I aa Ja
BMM-itjca rfttt raauai.
liiata.IalTifr.aTaaaf m atia." jj tri ' aamtac
rr IMhml at -PtIti- ar -Cimt'
DR. BUTTS' DISPEWaARY -m
ac7TaaTTTt ryvttf tr ta .ta few train tail
cfcretaw sitMMt a4 eipur- "- V aaa,
aa. t5t Mtlrta. OrrfeMt.. a. 1 Crlaary TtaaAkW,
ti t But mnt af a o. ar
t-rai-1 wit wna. aitiKtat mmirz Hr-cmlf.
DTICTQ TWATCrn araaa4t
i i ii i n..i ' i.i hi wi.ji ia f tag r t
!. BCTrS lar. aj ama tafcnaa
f TCUWHatUalWitu. u4tUn,
m a.Mt ta-9 tsax sar wai i a..Btaa
avSTm3tr. It S ae a Trstw.
S-simfwat awttSJa a?it i
" Groceries, Queensware, and
SUMMER CLOTHING !
A large lt of BOOT A HIIKK,
ivc aae a call, every tbTaj .vkl at BOTTOM I'tk. IWOAl?!.
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