The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, July 24, 1879, Image 1

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HE RED CLOUD CHIEF
1 1 m.uiir.n lvfuv tiiuhsiiay at
BSD CITO, 1TEBSASKA.
iiy
M-1. THOMAS,
i:lllor iiid Proprietor.
$2.C0 jcr jcsx, Invariatty is Adrasce
Official Directory.
fONOHFASTJNAL.
A.S Pn.M.k. I.irTiee. U. Pentr
AMn.-ati'lrr. Oinaha. II. ..enator.
'J litiRmp J. MnJiiM Hci.refenUtive.
RXF.CUITVE.
AT I INTP NANCE. OoT.rnor.
K..I Al xMitlir, 5ec.nlSi-.tr.
F. W l.iflttta Auditor.
i;.M !-rlUtt Trra.urcr.
.1. l'ilworth. . Alfy .-n.
- IUThviui tun. Lincoln. Sun rnlj.Iiiatruction
Jl'DIUlAUY.
r.ixi It. I.ilco. Omaha. Chief JiUicr.
Anm nV.iib. .itip-ln. Aoociatc Jur.
WKUSTKK COUNTY.
J. A. Tulle. County Uerk.
K. II. Jon.. TrrMurw.
J. II. Uillcox. Probate Jndjte.
J. W. Warren, r-hen IT.
A A. Pf-i-f . School Suii't.
II. 'I.SIirr-r. Coroner.
W. K. J borne. County Surveyor.
(J. V.. Hull. )
I II. Lure. iCounty Comiuiioner.
I County Com
A ri tjty
(ixt'ttcii inti:rioKY.
i; l-H-CV'.Wlt SKKVICP-S. the fir-t Sun.Iaj
I1 t ixli month. ltcv. JiMh I.ovc
fll I'ltiP.
?I MMIST;Hitv. fi.O. YEUiKK. Iitor.
.1 'Vrrcfi in tliu urt Iloiii- ilir 2ml
uti.l -I : tt t1li:itli in arli month iiiorniiii ami
vtii At 6iiIiIq lUick tho Ittaiid.'d S-iibb. 1 1
iir.mti.K iul crninc
T L'11-H'l.ST: Itrv. C. UKILLY. I'nctor.
j -r 11 in the Churrli :i li Sabbath.
ii'lfin iIiiik iiKiriiiiiz hlnl tvcniiiiC with the
J i I jii.ui rir lira.
. Mt I I-irnt frr tv wpkf nt 1J a. 111
run. i Nov. 1I-1V78. I'ptini Cn-ik. Ntiv.'lat'i
ti. in. ".ik Otil. at .1 j. 1.1. vw two week
ulti iii.itiiic.
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V 1'ortor. vrlfin the (mrt Iloure the
I t . i.i! M t-'abbath 411 each month.
I mi. 11 1'riijtriiicctiiiccvtry 'I liur.'d.iy cvcninc.
iMoih Sc! 1 every S.ihhath iiiornitij; at 10
1. w Cloro- .it 11.
Mrs. II. A. IIou'Ann.Sufit.
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Ut Ci.rui LoitbF. N. CI I OOF
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J tiPo LifK.ircfjrtullj iiuitM toatteiic.
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UK Oil l'ltll r tirollll'lk. 111 CIKIH -IIIII'l-
1M'. are cordially 1111 iim i 1 uiicnn,
J.CAl.VI.KT W.M.
I. St ts Sor'y.
1C. V 5. IS. TiHic Tnlilc
T..kiiiK ffict ?uiil.iy. May 4th IST'A
rot-Tii STATIO. MtnTii.
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'i :. .m r.I.H.MIN!T0N f. :10am.
T.-:iiii daily. exrct Sunday.
.. IMnuriliii. L W. HolJrcdo
(It n. maunder. Su;it.
'GOOD TSTK"W8'
Quick 'Hreel Tiinmeh Tt:iin!
(.'Iofc Connectioti-J ! No Del y !
Burlington Route !
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0 CHICAGO AND THE EAST.
I.wrt rate? f Fnrc will be made.
'I liroiich Ciin will be run Imni H, .t M. Point,
in Soiitliprii Nebr.t'k.t to ChitMjC".
A trn iiiitiufif roniirvrion will bo made at Pn
citlir -I unction.
T "III0;0 cl.iFc ronnc-ti m tiill alivaj.
b i..jdf to I In- pi-!, Mdillii'ift finl north.
5priiiii: c.ir lertli rrerx i-d at the Linln
ti k-t ulltfc lj li-li-uniidi or on ail:cjtiuu.
iroin .1 . oiiri Riv r to C1i:c.iko-
TOST- LOlT&TIIE
SOUTH.
k "I hi- burlinitton ruJeli3Vo a ystrIll of throuch
flerpei anil cbn coniu-ctioiis bctHctn the
Mt.-.utiri Iiicr nnd St. Lotin
P.upiistm taking thi line havo tho bet of
ucttiiiituidatioii. Pullman deriir run rrcu
larly Irota .Muiouri River to St. Loui.
TO l'KOKIA. INDIANAPOLIS, CIN-
ClNNATI, AND TIIK
SNl'TH-KAST.
3TIii i i In only reliable route to theouth-en.-i.
Cumm-noii arc inn o at Proria with the
T. I'. .. W. and I U. A Railroad Tor lndi.in-itpoli.-'
CiiiciuiiHti. t'olumbu". and all central
iriiMiutheru Ohio. Ken ucy. foutkeru Indiaua.
Ae.
DINI2J3 CABB. Gccd Meals at" 75 cents.
WIipii you Kn P.!'5 bt- ure and trriel ever the
11. A M. line it j on w:h to e SAKE and corn
tor table and di'fire to trael "-peedily.
A. E.IOUZM.IN. IMOWKLL.
(cii'l manager. tlcn'l Ft A T't apt
RASWCU&SiUIIC0&&BUnW3ITES
TUB
Trr HirriiTvIter micr rnn of ttnr. sMcil bT chtm-
leal rr.rcli and cxpcumrtit. together with exjxiltacc
caincitinllictrratincutofalBrceiiuiulitr ofeair. tandet
hl crr.ht atl: inrrmliil in ronipounainsnlUTAI.
J.TVTF Hfwuny lor the cvurRc n common tmoDg
WOMEN
'MAIDENS
cAi.i.ru
LEUCORRHEA,
Fker Alt-zs
iOrYVIIIT??S$
.. A ((MM1. a nY-Talft inATi? feillll
t2udcrtodlyri-;-ran. Its Urain upon the fritcmli
Jrof,ll9.TtU Vajfaal rjuiiKr, a tie diTaiturc m tucdiclne.
L.MH.l.l.M.ihtnn imi. ImllmMit. A YltI t ! fltlf f 1 V
nt-rtrttifirT ncn.ii.iiY
to llie cat of the ducM c, and t f rrcinc loflncuct cd
t once, proihicinjr n inonrdUIc .oothinB and restorttire
effect. Tlir rrr'lratioa cftLe rcc-dyiittcndrdith no
paia cr unplraantnct, snd doc. rot interfere iUi Uie or
diasrr punmU and p'cuurrt otlifr. Circular, re ent in
perfectly rlain eiiTelopr. Mcurely seaicdtrom obcratlon,
ondrenifdr put up incett plain boxool three te, with
full diirrtiou intldr. No. J.tenouEhlo ltatnonth.)
$3;Ko.2.(cnou:htolarttiroinona;i).t8!lo.S1ilatirjf
three month, and ample lor cure, rifrpunc la chrome
cee) SIO. "Vtth each box re end . rem e SyrtEse
and fomeTpnicril!i,.fauxiUaneatolhe TcmeCT.
(Scud stamp for a parnplilct cmssfull eeriptll
f Kenedy, and illnrtrsted by pUrea ahowtnjc lu m
i-iplication. Thliramph'etaloneiTOrtoahun.
died tiraefittcomo any lady in delicate kealth.
being a thoroughly practical treat tie on thjf ditcara r
rrotnajTi' Vasinairrrtnieican be obtained only from
HARRIS REMEDY CO.HP6. CHEMISTS.
M.rk.t snd Sth $t. ST. LOUIS. MO.
FERGUS (F YOUTH-
A centlctnati who ruffcrcd for ; cars frin nerv-oi:.-
dcbilitj-.Proinaturcdccay. ami all tLcitiVct.
of outhful indcrct to r. will tor the fake of uf
ferinjt humanity, end lree to allwho need it.
tLe rcii; c si r dinttii i y f-r m.kir.; the rimple
rcmrny 1 y which he was cured. ui crera ATbh
ijjrio piofit uj the nilvt niter's cpericticc Cu
do ro 1 addrersir.s in pet feet cot lidence.
.1 i'hn B- 'cden. -1 Cedar Hre t New York.
THE WORLD'S HALM.
Dr. L' D- Wcyburn's Alterative Syrup
S-A remedy ujed.T5 years inaurivUe rrac
tic. ani nerer failiac to radically cure
. h r n vi a r i s m
iropey. Kryipela. croful. econdarj syph-
sV'iod i implicated, if noir offered to the
t.SuId bv ail re tail urucgistz. ana twnoi
V.y Thp Vpyhurn nn-lipiiip eoinp.iny '
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BUSINESS DIRECTOR:
D. S. COOMBS,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW. Red Cloud. Neb.
OCice in Court Iloute. Money to loan on
improved farm'.
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Red Cloud. Neb.
-Pr"tnrt Attention Oiven to Collection.
Orricr. Otcr Joiimrok Crr Store, with C.
II. POTTER.
JAS. LAIRD,
ftTTOKNKY AND COUNSKLOIt
Iffy at law. .luiiiala Nchrahkx Will prac
tice in all the UourtH of the state.
Prompt attention given to all business
ptilrtMed to bin care. Office on tlie
eat i-'ulc .Tuninta Avenue. July 1 7
. S. GILHAM,
ATfOHNKV AND COUNSFLOR
AT LAW.
Office our ilonr north of Kuhy lirox.
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB
I. K. Will cox,
ATTORNEY AT LAw nndU. S: Comm'm
mner. 'ollcttioni .rouit!y attcudetl to.
tifliceoiipdoor north ol Chief Office.
P.SD CLOUD - - - KSB
o. c: CASE,
A1TOHNKY AT LAW. Office over
Itccd'fi furniture 8tore.
SED CLOUD, 1TEB
Collections made and promptly remitted.
H. S. 2ALS7,
AKt. IJ..t-M.R.R.Land.
C. 77. ZALSY
Notary Public-
ATTOHNKYS AT LAW and real es
tate xgent. Will practice in all the
Courts inthis Slate midf-iiortbcrn Kan.
Collections promptly atfcnScd to and
Correspondence solicited.
Red Cloud Neb.
Edwin C. HawJey,
ATTORNEY AIW COUiV
O. StLORAT LAW.
Office 1st door West of lied Cloud
Drug Store.
BSD CLOUD - - NEB.
PHYSICIANS.
J. W. TUIiX,EY,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
CoyOmcF. oyer Kalcy Hros. law office.
BED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
W. N. Richardson. S. (larbr.
Richardson &Garber,
-DEALERS IN
LIVE STOCK.
itr.n cloud. xi:bkamca.
IliKhe"! market prico paid for Iiokb and cattle.
.T. i:. Smith P. C. Smith M.U.Thiiui-Imis.
Pre. Fir't Vat. Cah. Firt Lite Tiller First
lt.mk. Ileatnce Nat. Rank NaL Hank llcnt-
Nvb. Beatrice Neb. rito Neb.
Smiili Jjrors & Thompson.
BANKERS.
bed coui Ai:ir
"Will m.iko collections i'i nnj-part of the
United State. Sell exehaiipo upon thy princi
pal eastern oitio. Loan money upon imprnvrd
farms Riceiiedppo-its ubJcct to eight drafts
Allow interest uien time depu.-its, and trans
act n genera! Banking butnc.
Hkif.rknti.s: Omaha National Rank. A.
S. P.iJdock.U. .S Senator: First Nation il Bank
Niw York, CainhriJRo Vallfcy Natioual Bank,
Cauibriilge New York.
WELL 1301UNG
W. & O. B, Harvey,
Arc rucparcd at all rimes to bore or
di ill wells.
K itcs Reasonable.
INAVALE - - NEBRASKA.
VALLEY
HOUSE
Fred C. Wintox, 1'iop.
RED CLOUD, .... XEH.
CITYMEATMARKT
J. WILHELMSON
Proprietor.
Kcd Cloud - - Re!)
"Will pay the highest casU price for hides.
Fresh Sl-1 Cuuntnutly ln II ami
Feed $r Sale Static
J. D. Post, Propr.
RED CLOUD. NEB
This space belongs to
DR. SHEEEE
OF THE
CITY Drag STOKER
Who is too busy to write an "Ad."
MILLER & SEATON,
contractors
& Builders'
RED ULOUD. NEB.
Will make nctitiiarps nud fake pon'raefs
for all kind- of bui!lin'.
Red
"Eternal Vigilance
EED CLOUD
THE CHIEF.
M L THOMAS,
EDITOR
THURSDAY JULV 21, IST'J.
?T--- - - "Trrrr .
Kailroad bondi were defeated in Har-1
lin county.
Senator Paddock is at bin home near
the "State of Beatrice."
A new paper ha been started at
Arapahoe, Furnas county, called the
Pioneer.
The Juniata HernU i about the
sickliest looking little concern on our ex
change Hht.
The town of Ponca Neb , wa treated
to a little fclortn on July Llth which
created qnito a racket and did some
damage to building"
Some of the paprra are seriously dis
cussing whether the law parsed list win
ter on the subject does not make it nec
essary to elect an entirely now set of
county commissioners, in every county,
thii fall.
Eighteen pcrons weic killed outright
and one hundred and seven wounded by
fireworks in the chief cities of tl'C Union
on the Fourth of July. Could the
g'nmour of patriom be dispelled, people
would think this rather alarming; but
somebody has to die for his couutry.
To us it eeoms that it would he but
justice to Nebraska, especially tho western
part, to enter a protect against tho whol
s.ilc shipping in of Russians, to ocupy
tho lands that should bo ocupicd by an
intelligent class of people. The Russians
that couic to this country arc, as a cla$.,
a dirty, Inzy .-liiltk-KS set, nnd arc a curse
instead of a blessing to the state. It.
would fccBi that this beautiful land of
Nebraska should be ocupicd by white
people.
The London Standard, in an adito
rial referring to the grain-gamblers in
the Chicago market, Kcrnd and Hoyt,
is MirprUcd that Americans ciu't cir
cumvent combinations of which thi-v
have haxl fto experience. At the same
time Clio Standard pay, when sprcula
tors icceivo the latest icportn of the ag
ricultural pro-pcets of Euiopc, they will
likely still hold out. Evriylhitig is in
their fuvor at pre.-ent, and no doubt they
are making fortunes openly by practice.
the American people condemn, but
which, apparently, they have not the
power to suppress.
This Negro exodus business is likely to
become a serious nnttcr t Nebraska,
Iowa and other t:ttcs that have hereto,
fore been comparatively free from the
contaminating influence of the black
race. Lincoln is over-run with the ex
odus negroe. Council Bluffs Iowa is
soon to receive another large invoice,
and sends up a remonstrating howl that
is heart rending in its bitterness. Just
think of the consequences of 200 of thoe
negroes lighting down upon Bed Cloud,
yet wo must expect it, and when it
oomes, gracefully submit to the incvita
blc. Wo repeat, this exodus business is
a serious matter, and will end in trouble
to the darkies and to every city or town
in the northern states infested by them.
Let this encouraging of negre immigra
tion bo btopped.
Nelrasia Weather S.rvico Summary for
June 1873.
Temperature The highest noon tem
perature was 100 reported at Hum
boldt, Kichnrdon Co.
The highest at no Million wan le than
ST degree; generally it wa above DJ
devices
Tho lowf.vt was oO deirrors reported
from Wecpinc Water. The genenl re
port aveniL-cd about M degrees for tho
low c.-t noon ob-ervaMcn
I.icht lrot on the iiuhtofthc lt., at
luavale, WelMer 00111113, alo at Kear
ney on nitht of the i!l
K.-'inflil! Dminc fiiM ten tlivs of the
mouth the minfil! wa vrv .'i,;h: frmn
mati3-staiinn none at all a-c reported,
Duringthe two last d. cide ten days I
the ruiiilull was alum taut and evenly
diuihutcd. Tho average of all station.
reported cat of tic sixth prhtipal meri-
dian i 4 SS illchfS. and for all west of,
miui unc o so incur. 1 nc greaier 111
reported -t ar3 one station cat wa at
Mission Crcfk, Pawnee Connty, being
S 25 ioche, and ih smalieM amount r
ported was at P.iltnyri. Otoe County, it
hiing ." 0G. Tlie lartcM fall r.'pnncd
West was at Mmden, Kearncv Count v.
which was 10..10 inches, ind theMuallelst
(all
1
St
Prevailing winds were from the south
and southeast. j
June 10th a severe storm reported!
from Inavale. high wind with hail antlj
pin, injuring crop. and de.Mroying tiuiU-t
ng. atorm ot June 2oth was severe
in many par's of the State, the wind
doing so in c damage to buildings and
beating down the corn.
Crops General reports very encour
aging. Wheat damaged in some locali
ties by chinch bugs.
Seventeen year locusts or cicada nu
merous in the eastern part of the State:
have tJishtiy damaged some ounc or
chard, hut nothing scrions. They al
most entirely disappeared before the
30th of June.
Colorado grasshoppers, or locusts, were
seen near Genod, Piatt County, on tho
29th, flying in considerable numbers, but
Wa near Genoa. Piatt loilntl'. it vliioh enmn nni nFlliA in.mUiM l,nn .
ting o 25 indie. The avcrace for the I 1 . .1: u v. . 1
...-.--i 1 samiuc n.isiry uin miuui;;ii uj uer own
ate Wi nisi inohe--. I . . . .... . ...
Prevailing winds were from the south " wh,te hinds, i hen they all de-
no damagp had yot been dono.
S K. Tm !"". Director.
a
is the price of Liberty?' mid
WEBSTER CO, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY.
STCLZS STATS lWJ.
Ten tlioiiAind road cattle hvc thus far
i been received at Ojtl!a!..
Lincoln ii wailing fur more nervtnt
girN, who command good wigea thprc.
IUrvt hand arc marce in Fillmore
county, and demand I1L.W per day.
0. K. Friend, of Friendville, has a
yearling Durham bult which weighs U20
pound..
A Btcam hand car h now in u on the
B. k M. road, aud it i raid to be a big
bUCCCi.
A Clay county farmer has exhibited
corn at Harvard that measured G feet 7
inches in length.
A Howard county dairyman has sold
7,000 pounds of cheese tbii year of hi
own manufacture.
The paper mill at West Point i run
ning night aud day, and has a ready bale
for all it can manufacture.
Harry Uarri, ff Wisner, while wrest
ling or.e day lat week, broke one of his
leg? just above tho ankle.
Tho rale of Normal School lands in
Laacaster ounty ha begun. Over
1400 acres were .sold in tuo days last
week.
A herd of wild ponies ran into Fair
mont last week, and unsuccessful
attempts were made to lasM) some of
them.
Eph. Allen, of Wot Point, in at
tempting to shoot a .snipe, ini-ed the
object of his aim and shot otio of bin own
horses.
The foundation of ihc new depot of
the U. P., at Kearney, will soon be
completed and ready or tho super
structure.
The prospect of a corn crop in Pierce
couuty is 0UI3 fair, and the wheat crop,
it is aid, will be almost a failure.
K. J. BuLcr, formerly of (,'oliinibu,
brought a large herd of cattle into Nance
county last weak from the Indian
Territory.
There ore 27 cisar factotic in the
Noith Platto country, aud ID in the
South Platte, 17 breweries in the South
Platte and 12 iu the North Platte.
A diofc ol 801 head of young Minne
sota cattle, belonging to Koun'zs &
McClure, of Ounba, passed through
LaPlittu on Saturday lat, bound for
Holt county.
Ar eleven-3-car-old bo3of Mr. L Ship
ley, residing on the line dWiling Doug
litt and Washington countie.-, was
drowned lat week, while ffalin.; in 1
pond.
The fall term of the State Untvcrity
begins Sentcuiber 'J. The new boarding
hall will bj ready by that time, which
will greatly lessen the expenses of at
tending students.
A ten 3car old boy at Linciln by the
name of Arnold has Wen reading Bead
le't literary wor's of late, and lant week
departed for the land of the red man to
gain celebiity in taking scalps.
A man was herding cattle in Saun
ders county, last week, when a thunder
storm came up, and the lightening struck
in the midst of the herd, and killed
three cattle. The herder had a narrow
escape
A cargo of Russia:?, consisting of
Gi men, 57 woman, and 225 children,
ai rived at York last week. There were
sixty teams at the depot awaiting their
arrival, and look them south a few miles,
where they locate.
List Wednesday a railroad meeting
was held at Beatrice, at which General
Manager Touztlin made an offer to build
a roud from the cast to the wc.t line of
Gage count3 for forty three thousand
dollars in precinct bonds.
Hon. J. D.Jenkins, member or the
IiCgtslaturc from Fillmore county, sold
lM week the clip of wool from his S ck
of 1, 1 00 head of sheep. He i one of
the men who tlituk that hecp raising is
more profitable iu Nebraska than farm
ing. Gov. Nance has appointed Hon. G.
il. Barton, of North Phtic, and lion.
M. L Hay ward, of Nebraska Citj-, rep
resentative, from this State en the citi
zen.' national committee to assist in the
project of holding a world's fair at New
york in 13.
V gentleman has been at Lincoln for
several day. pist, looking for a site for a
l.ranrdi marn.r.i.-.tnrv of thfi oplphrafpd
Walter A. Woods, harvester. The es
inh'iiihuient wi 1 give employment to
Horn 10O to 200 hands.
A nuaibcr of girls in a school dij
trict in Merrick county, have formed a
"Cooking Club," at every mcetin of
your it and pass judgment,
,
A cutting affray occurred at Pawnee,
last week. One Iletheiington, in a
drunken spree, threatened to kill his
wife and little bov, and her screams call
ed a neighbor. Dr. Smutz, to the scene.
The fiend tackled the Dr., cutting his
head fearfully, for which he was arre.t
e.d and jugsed.
It is said that the entire contract for
the censtraction of the new road between
Lincoln and Columbus has been let, and
sub-let betwecB Lincoln tad Milford.
That 2000 men will be wanted oa tie
road between August 1st and December
,5t' tD(I "- company win Dn!d,
anvhow. in .pitc of all iniunctions.
Cloud Chief.
$2.00 a year is the price of
,. .,..., J
I ne o.u cannon 10a. nn noi i;uara
for tcany years on the Capital cutapu
grounds, is toon to be relieved temporar
ily from duty, when a coat of paint and ,
numeruut other ctcetcrsB will be added
to its battle pear red features. This ok
trophy of the war 1812. has done valiant
service to the State in daj-s gone by. and
it is therefore fitting that it should U:
remembered now in its old age.
1
The body of Jarne. Ian;. the tniing
deck-hand of the "Clytie," the Reamer
which burst her builcr at Nebraska City
on the 27th ull., was taken from the
river at Parkcrsburg, Mo., a town a I
short distance above Kanaas City, Uft '
Wcdnesda)'. It wi'I probab'y be teturn .
cd to Eait Nebraska City, lit former 1
home, for burial. j
A destructive aj'clon pied down the t
Loup last Thur.-day, totally demoli.hing
everything in the way of houses in it
wake. It olew down the Couregational
church at Silver Creek. Ltrgc timber)
were driven into the ground two and '
three feet, a bugy and wagon were car ,
ried ICO feet, wrecking tlm latter. A
sufferer from it saj-s the cyclone exbibi-1
ted a peculiar tendency to carry off the j
heavy tbjeels and leave the light ones.
No one is reported to have been killed.
Quite a shooting affa r, with fatal re
sults, occured at OalUla on WedncaJay
evening lat. It appears, as staled by
our informant, that some of Hunter .V
Even's cow boys who had recently nr
rived ot Ogailala with a drove of cattle
purchased by H. tt E , or Mr. Chishohn,
sotavwhere in New Mexioh, a few nights
eincc 00 conducted themselves as to lead
to their arrest and temporary lodgement
in the Ocallala cooler, from which they
were released sometime Wednesday last
The same night these relea-cd panic
and a few friends engaged in carrousJ
and bcame si noi-y and thtcttcning
that the officials took coguizanco of the
matter and Sheriff Ilughot or&aniacd a
posse and proceeded to arret them.
The rioters when ordered to surrender
and throw up their hands, not only re
fused to do 90, hut rulled their revol
vers on the eherifTs part3. The rcult
was that the party opened firo on the
crowd, instantly killing one Shook, a
man about thirty 3-cars of a.-c, o wound
ing one Parker that he dud Thursdj.
morning, and it is stated a third party
was wounded and carried to camp. A
hor.c was alo killed. 1 he coroner's
jury exonerate! the sheriff irom blame
'l he annual meeting of the committee
of the Bi'.le society of Red Clou I wa
hcld at tho school hou-e in Bed Cloud
on the evening of the HLh int. Afcr
an able addriss, and of the work done
during the pist yeir, and the present
state of the cau-c in this county which
is quite encouraging bj the agent, Bev
McCnudIish,-ho mcetui cams to order
Bev. MiCaudj!? in The chair, "Rev. J.
M. Pr3e Sec' 3. protein. The follow
ing resolutions were, on motion, untni
tnnush psed.
1. That the book depo.-it of tho so
ciety at Kel Clou! b f r tho ensuing
year at Dr. Morris store, and he be ap
pointed the depositor of the society.
2. That Mr. Bayhi be added to the
committee, an! bo appointed its chair
man for tho current year.
:$ That Rev. J. M. Pry-e and the
Secretary, Mr. Springer, he appointed a
ommittcc to procure a blank boik of
rcc rds for the use of the committee.
4 That all the pastors of the ehurch
os in Bed Cloud and vicinity be respect
fully icqucsted to In. Id a union meeting
on some Sabbath evening, in the inter
est of the society, and take up a contri
buriou for the same.
ft. That Bro. Springer be re-appointed
secretary of the society in Bed Cloud
for the ensuing year.
6. That tho commiUe'c bo requested to
meet at Dr. Morris tore (or office) en
the evening of the 22d inst, for the
further trans iction of business.
"i. That a copy of these proceedings
be sent to the Chief aud the "Argus"'
for publication. The meeting then ad
j.urned. J- M. Pry.e,
Su-'j pro lea.
Etfcry lover of the horse should read
the following from the Western Sports
man and Livestock News:
"A Treati-e on the hor.e and hi- di
easfis" by Dr. B, J. Kendall of Kiosd'k
Falls, Vl, is a book that every owner of
a horc Hbould have, and no breeder of
horses can afford to d 1 without. It has
thirty five engravings illu-trating posi
tion a-t-utwd by sick horses, and jrivra
treatment of diseases in such pliia tnd
comprehensive language as to be readily
understood by anj one of ordinary intel
ligence. The pnea i only 25 cents, but
we would not exchange it for any book
on the horse and his di.-?ases that we
have ever seen, and w have read some
book or the kind that cost $10. It enn
tains x larye number of rrceipa. any ote
of which is worth doable the price d .1 e
work. The book may be lad of the au
thor as above.
Every new subcriber to the Chief,
paying a year in advance, will receive a J
copy of the above book free of charge.
A specimen copy can be seen at this
office
GEN. MILFS.
Cnic.jr;n, July 21. A ppccial from
Btsmark says, the steamer Ro-cbud
cleared yesterday for Old Fort Peck
(Gen. Miles station) supplied with bat
teries of Kidman & Ilotchkiss guns, 140
boxes grape, and 2,200 rounds revolver
at'ridgct, and other fvppHcs. Gen.
Miles is near Bear Paw Mountains, and
has a Sghtisg force nt exceeding OO.
the Hat Clotnl (,'hirf
JULY 4 187!).
It is predicted he wtd b utter'r defeat
ed if Le Mrikrj the cattp of Sitttng Bull,
who ba. a larc force hV ac.-'Ut.
will lo their nttnovl to i ric about ro.
gaxerncnt, feelinr thit ti It. chance to
make a atti.c atf! gratify hit ambit too
toward protuotnn II j command bare
the Mine f-.tb in htm that the 7th Car
airy hid in Cuter.
iomTT asd VAHISTT STOBL
Ryland D. reiser
Ma jmt IKriri tUxi. of
IVTotions
Collars
HudkereMsfs, h:ii: lie.
-A1.S0-
J E "NV JSLKY
-of th Utrt-I
BASKETS of every variety.
J iPANKSK NOVKLTIEi-.
FANS. STATIONKUV.
TOBAfCO'S. CIGAi'd.
PIPES. CHOICE CAN .IKS
LEMONS Ac. c
Which h offer lo fr h.
Call Viid See.
Fint Joor toath ot Atgnt effic
July :ith 17.
HARNESS SHOP
-n v-
J. L. MILLER
Keeps coiiMtantly on hand n full line of
llarne ('ol'ar. Sad lies. Whip,
Horse-Blankets. Combs, Brush
on, IlnriiO'M Oil ami crcr--thing
iistinh kept in
n firt -class shop.
Two doors north of the bank.
Tho Highest Cash Price Paid for Hide:
aai Fur".
OVEKLKES k NOVES,
o crriu-
nLACKSMITHILVG,
E02S3 snosnro,
JhI) work. I'loir. anii all llnl of IU)'irior
Waif? Done-
Vnr'h Wr'trr t
KKI) 'LOUD.
A avj !-- ( li irrfy of hii 1 or rao-u.
imt all ilio-n!--of thr rr ttitiTilrklx rt..
Irrtlv currl hj . umple ahl r-JOthltt rctnrjjr
Kor Inform-ition a 1 lrp 4 .
Ir. J. Kobr anil 'o. J2 Ann street N. V.
riMTLES.
I will Hill. Free, th t r for irnit Vff.
ftb!r b.ilm thst wi I run tb tho Tn. Frk
eU. I'itii'Ir. nnl bluti-hr. Irjri.ir the V iu ofI.
clear ami ht.iutif.I. ulru instruct lon for pr'la.
cine a luxoritot cmwlh ot h'r c n a bali hr I
or fxnrttb tacc. Aibltru. cuclr.irr a V. ptarcp
ben. Vanlelf.t Co. .'O Ann Te-t.N. Y.
TO CONSIIMTIVKS.
1 li aIrp.!r. hirjn: b-rn r'tiTinftlj- rnrl
oftht lei'I Ji-t- c,n.,iuit'i' . I iinrlr
retnJj-. U niim t tiake knon to hi frltow
ii(Trr:r h m-n of -ir-, T all who oirr
it. hn will rn I .a J f tb' : recrii'ti n urtl.
free of rh.irs. with the rv'tto f.r prr-uritii:
ru.J uinr the fiian wl.j'h tbejr will Lnl rare
cure for Con.titnptinn. A-thin. UrnnrhitM f -t'artir
wi.Jnnr thr trcrrit'tit.n rtri ail lr
B. A. W1I..M.. ,yi 'ru . ilinra.barc .N
PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE
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mick o tucm.anii incrfir,ii iwr airta.ir larjr1 atvi q
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Groceries,
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jjJHATS CAPS and Itf OTIO IMS.
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1 CLOSEST CASH FIGURES. 0
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Ancl will He Sold in the Mime way. So re-V
J member il you want 10 sae money, anda
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please
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select Irom a large .stock, von wiuJmiv
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Greatly reduced prices.
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McCormack Harvester.
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ALL KINDS and STYLS.
MILLER & BALL,
JOHN C.
-DEALBIl IN-
DRY GOODS
Groceries, Queensware, and
SUMMER CLOTHING !
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