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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1880)
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BID CISUD, XZBIU&EA.
M. L. THOMAS,
"Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty." crn$1.50 a, year is the price of the Red Cloud Chief
TS2K3:--$1.50 a year if jaia ia Adrtcce.
EED CLOUD WEBSTER CO, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. MARCH 4 1SS0.
It. V. R. R- Time Table.
Taking effect Bandar. Mar & 1'
nrrn . BTATIOSH.
5 -If. iim HASTINCjA.
: aLUE HILL
7 :65 kku cloud
D :2Tpm BLOOMlaGTO
Trails lRily. except Sundays.
A. E. Tcuralin. 0. "W. Holdredre
Gen. manager. dbjv.
Chicago Ii Mil - Westers
f2, 380 MILES OF ROAD.
Itle tlinHIIOKT mro and HA FK route botwceti
aud 1 j.oinU i:AST and NORTH.
1'ew Ycrir, Ihlladolthia, Eaten, Wash
ington, Buffalo, Pitishargh, Cincinnati,
Hcatrecl, Tcrcato, Ectroit, Cleave-
It oCm tbe traveling iiublto
Greater Facilities I
Thau uny olber riad in the wtst.
ItiMlioO.VLY KOAD between
Council EUttlTWac.d Chicago
w ' I'pon which it ran
PULLMAN HOTEL CARS !
Id Addition to the and to plcacc all claco of
truIer..ithe H US T CI AS SMELLS at iU
LA'J INC S I ATIO.VS. at H cint each.
Its Irwi is Steel EaUl
Its teaches aro tie Finest !
v its Equipment First class !
' 1th trnin ore nil l.uuiied with with airbrake,
il illcr'c ( ui! rb! and nil tnodrru impror
imntt! all ut which combined.
remit Fastest Spccoi!
Sure and close Connections I
. And everything a i.acncir can desire to
f make a-journey
4QUICK Pleasant & COMFOKTAKLE!
Pullman Sleeper on all Night Trains 1
rr is Til K
People's Favorite Route.
At Council IMnffi the Through Triln of the
ChioiiKo .c North-'.VcfTn anil thr Union fn.
' cifilc Kailtva (lrp.irtlri.iu.urme ut nd uo the
tt iaino joint I iiion Ucpot.
' If yon nigh the bct travelinir nccommodatlons
5jn will buv vour tiekt-ts by this Itoulo "And
WILL TAKK MJXE OTUHK.
All 7:ck3t Ajonts can "sell you Thronca
Tickets ria this Bead and check HEnsl
Baggage Frgo cf Charge.
Oviiia Tickkt Oiriex 132 Furnam Street,
' Ct r 1-ltb. and ut Union Pari fie Depot.
Council Mult 1 itkot Ofiiccs Cr. Brmhr.ty and
IVu-1 Jtn-rJ'. C. A K.-W. i'y Lepot. and
4 l'liiLii I'anfie Transfer Drf.ot. .
cnvtr Offico-In Colorado Central and Union
In'ific Tick ft Oflico.
Fan l'Mucico Oflicu 2 Nct7 Jionticomery St.
For irf'jrmation. folder, inapc. etc.. not ob
tain.tble .it Homo Ticket Offices, addrcM suy
77. H. STEWHETT,
GenT Pass. Agent
wb mm , -mfi utMiniAiw rv
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AV0iDlNGGEARSX03S.CAHSAND LEVERS. AND
SUBSTITUTINSTHEREFOR AN ENTIRaY NEW
. - MECHAMICALPRIKCIPII&MO'EMENT.ARADICAL
AUTOMATICOIPICT & PfRFECTACTlONIN EraYPART
SEWTHEntJESTORHLAViESTGOODS. GIVING ENTIRE
1 HED1ATESALES.HENCETHE BEST MACHINE FORASENTS
TOSaL. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR.
( AGENTS TAVERYMFfeCO.
vHiles' Patent Safety Pin.
Jjade from the best brass spring wire, iritb
a complete and perfect protection for the point,
tn the shape of a round shield, formed from
heet brass, the whole being Sitkel tltUi and
This Fin is a prM 0M aod the belt In tb
, - t S ve also control the sa?e of COLE'S NTEJIT
III Ut C1T I00IL These Hooks are made
from the best Swedes Iron Wire, flattened, with
points barbed. They are easily driven and
give excellent satisfaction where they are in
cse. We are the exclusive manufacturers of
- he above named Pin and Hat and Coat Hook.
P CofTtspocdence solicited.
DOUBLE POISTE) TACK CO.,
1M CH1TOCBS ST., K w Tarfc CKr.
The rCUKST. nEiLTHIEST, RTEOHQGST
lid UST B E1KQ TOWDEil fa the TTorld.
WeoIieIta& npreJd!cM eomnarUoa with
IKIotker kind. GUABAXTKEtt FBEK FKOX
'VU M OK AMTHISO U5HEALTHFCL and
warranted t pite verfact aaUsfaetlaa. jLk
ig ca wfc
lib SIN ESS DIRECTORY.
O. C. CASE,
ATTORN Er AT LAW. Office one
dooi north of Garbo's ftore.
SZD CLOTS, 2TE3
Collections made and promptly remitted
T. S. GILHAM,
ATIORNKY AND COUNSELOR
Office one door north of Kalty Jhot.
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB
W. C. REILLY,
ATTOKNBYAND COUNSELOR AT I.ATY.
AND REA1 BBTATE AOKJCT-
Red Cloud. Keb.
3.Prompt Attention Given to Collections.
Orncit- with C. II. POTTEtt. at Ke4 Uuud
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTOUNKY AKD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drug Store.
SED L10ITD WEB.
A TTOttNRY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
A Juniata, - tu-
Will practice In all the Court of the State.
Prompt attention jriren to all burineti entruited
to hn care. Ofice on the cait lide Juniata
II. S. Lalkt.
0. W. KtT,
Itod Cloud. Nob.
A TTOnNKYS AT LAW & REAL ESTATE
Will practice in all the ConrU in Nchraika
and northern Kuna; collectioni prnrnjilly at
tinded to and currufpondeuco rulicitcd.
EED CLOUD, NobrAsbi.
Also. Ajrcati for R. k M. R. B. Land.
1. W. TIILLEYS,
IL S. Pension Surgeon.
JOffick over Kaley Uros. law office.
BED CLOUD. KEBRASEA
FXBEI&T A. HALL ill. D.
KEO CLOUD, NKR.
lliivinp located permanently at this place. I
will attend to nil callr. day 01 uieht. Ofi.ulor
the present nt rurley' diug ttore: at nijrht at
his rfidenco our Newho'iw Store. lO.mS
J. HI. MOSEiVA, m. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Re.D CLOUU. NEU.
Will pay ispecial attention to Obatctrica and
li'a?es of women -AIo ccueral and special
urery. IifrabP8 of the Kj o und Kar. Charge?
moderate. Office, lor the rres tnt at Shcrer i
Dnts tore. --y
F. C. WJNTOIV, Pro.
RED CLOUD, - NEHRA5KA.
First Clafs in overj" repoct. Free 'bus to and
from nil trains. SaniDlu rooms for commercial
meu. Uive us a trial.
W. . RichanUon. S. Garber.
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Highest market price paid fur hog and cattle.
PreK. First NaU 'a.b. First Lite TMIcr First
Bank, lk-atrice Nat. Rank Nat. nank Beat
Neb. Reatrico Neb. riee Neb.
KED CLOUD, NEB.
Will make collections iu any part of the
United State Sell exchanjre upon tn princi
pal eastern oitie Loan money upon improved
fjrm Receive dero its subject to aijbt drafts
Allow inter tft upen time deposits, and trans
act a general Banking business.
Kkikrencss: Omah National Bank. A.
S. Pa Jdck, U. .S Senator; First National Rank
New York, Cambrilgc Valley National Rank,
Cambridge New York.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
The choicest of Fresh meat. Sausages,
Fowls and everything in the line that the mar
ket affords, always on hand.
-Shop two doors south of Sherer's drng store.
C. H. POTTER
PROPRIETOR RED CLOUD
And Dealer In
All goods in mv Line kepi constantly on
hand: and to which 1 invite the attention of
"A11 my old friends and as "many new ones
as choose to do eo, are invited to call.
'- c. H POTTER.
Feed Sale Stable,
J. D. Post, Prop. RED CLOUD.
TEE LOGO iSTROBRME
PORTA BLE f ARM SCALE
.FOR FARM I ERStAIKDeALERS,FAMLIES
and all persons
UtOm by ex.
of the bast
Steel br!rgt. Smple in conetruction. No part of
ft liable to tf cut of efier. Sold at let than haf
pnee ef any other scale. Liberal aiducerr.ents t9
Agents. Sand'er Cireuiar ant! Prx Lnt t '
- j. E, YTOOOHeAD. Gen'cit Acerr.
i$ w. Madnen Smet. Chicai
Smitlj rol!crs& Thompson;
K. L. THOMAS,
THURSDAY MARCH 4. 1880.
Fostmastkr (Jeneral Key ha iwucd t
u urucr iu rcuuiju iuu muu etrincc uuu
all star routes (wbich means all routes
that are not upon railroad) to one trip
week. Tiiis will occasion some trouble iu
Tue Omaha llepubli'cin ii strongly in
favor of Grant for the next president,
while its evening edition, the News, it
woikinc teeth and toenails for Maine.
That print shop proposes to be ou the
winning side in the event of tbe election
of either Grant or Rlainc.
For the last month the postoffice at
Red Cloud has been crowded with two
bushel sacks filled with agricultural re
ports und such like trash sent on from
Washington by the lion. Senators and
Representative in Congress, and still
they come. The tnaiU are loaded down
with this lrsnh which nobody reads, and
which is valuahlo only on account of its
antiquity. Old reports of 1S76 load down
the mail cam, and at a time, too, when
tbe railroad companios aro weighing their
mail matter with a view of incmasim;
their pay for service. What is the object
of sending car loads of worthlosn old re
portd all over the country, ho matter
what paper we pick up now-a-days, the
first thing that greets us is the old
stereotyped phra.-o, "Hon. so and so lias
our thanks for valuable public docu
ments." We cau't .see it. We have re
ceived a number of old patent office and
agricultural reports from our Hon. Sena
tors, but we would as soon they had not
fcent them, as they are of no use to us
nor to anybody cle. It seems that they
arc scut because they can be sent at the
expense of the government. This folih
ncss ou the part of our Representatives
in Congress help1 to pilo up the burden
of taxes on the shoulders of the people
and had ought to be discouraged.
The question of who shall be chosen
for tbe United Statos Senater from Neb
raska is already being pretty vigorously
discussed by the papers of the state,
very few of them, however, favorioc the
re-election of Senator P.iddock.
The following wo clip from the Pawnee
Enterprise, which in speaking of the
efforts made bj tho Seuator to bring
about bis re-election, says:
He possesses neither the dignity nor
tbe ability for the place. His course in
the fcenate has beeu noted for something
attempted and nothing done. He intro
duces bills which never nain sec the
light. He talks and makes long speeches
which are at once sent to his honorable
constituents on question of no particu
lar importance, or questions on which it
matters not which bide he taken. He is
fur Paddock fir-t and Nebraska second,
with the first named party largely in the
majority. He work? certainly; but it is
labor which any one with the ability of a
department clerk might do just as well.
Ho cannot originate an idea that would
be ot any special benefit to the state.
He is identified with machine politics,
and considers it uot beneath his dignity,
though holding one of tho highest offices
in the government, to stoop to low prac
tices of petty office seekers in the ward,
precincts or school districts of the
country. Such were the methods which
placed him in the seat he now holds, aud
which is understood he will employ to re
elect him in a campaign which includes a
personal canvass ot the state, with all the
button-Jioliug, treating and trading ap
It is, perhaps, pretty generally known
that we are not in favor of the re-election
of Mr. Paddock, and our reasons are
pretty well set forth in the above quota
tion, our principal reason, however, is
that we want, and Nebraska needs, a man
of ability to represent her in the national
Congress. The time has come when
seeming politicians without ability or
honesty, should be Licked out of places of
public trust and men of dignity, standing
and ability placed in their stead. There
are a uumber of prominent gentlemen of
the state already spoken of as probable
candidates for the place that will be
made vacant by the expiration of Mr.
Paddock's term of office next fall, and
doubtless before the time arrives for the
assembling of the legislature there will be
as many more in the field. Amoag the
present and prospective candidates there
doubtless will be many good and true
men and many who are no more fit to
represent the people in the halls of Con
gress than is the present incumbent, and
from among the multitude of candidates
will be selected the man who is to repre
sent the state at Washington, and as that
selection will be made by our legislature,
the members of which will be elected
next fall, it becomes the duty of every
man to see that no one is elected to that
legislature who will sot, while adasiaister
ing state offkira, bare aa eje single to the
best interests of th state is the matter
of the electloa of a Uaited States Sena
tor. Let the people understand that
Dotwithstaadisf the existence of a "bill
to allow an expression of the will of the
people y direct xote. for U. 8. Senator.'
The only show they will bare to express
there sentiments in the BHtttec, will be by
their right to vote for ike embers of the
state legislature; who will kt the
TJoked States Senator.
Subscribe for the Chicf,- the best
paper pub&sbed io the eounty. v 1
Our state fish commission are making
arrangements for the distribution of five
hundred European crp in the fish poadi
of the state. The European carp is a
pond Grh, raicd in jouds exclusively.
It has somewhat the anatomy of the shad;
is prolific, and grow to si: or eight
pounds in the coarse of two or three
In June or July the commieion expct
to receive a large number of eel, either
from the government or by purchase
from private parties.
Geo. W. Peck, president of the Wis
consin Editors and Publishers Association
addressed to congress the following letter,
in company with a number of resolu
Now that you have read the resolu
tions, it is a suppo.'jsblo cae that you
will feel that your next duty is to throw
them into tho wacleba.skeL In the name
of 40,U0o,0X people, bo tha suae more
or lesi, I ak you uot to lose your cud,
but ruminate, as it were, and think over
the highway robbery that is being prac
ticed upon your unsophisticated onstitu-
Hnlll . Illl I lll.lililllll - 1. V a M,.
unu uj- me ij u iuuiiuvi.-, mm am
they btand in the entrance of the editorial
sanctum and take the uiouey that comes
iu on subscription, and only allow luo
pumisiicr iuu curu wouu uuu mrui pro
duce. JJy tho protection your alleged
honorable body afford.- them, in the way
of tariff, they gr-ipple the throat ofovcry
newspaper in America, and say "Keno,"
whilo the newspaper publisher can only
return his chips to the dealer an say ''O,
helil" Every article that is uod by u
newspaper man, excepting second-hand
ulatcr overcoats and liver, is protected bv
a tariff that makes the cold chills run up
Another thing that the Association did
not paes uny rc-olutiuns about, but which
they probably will at the next meetiui', u
there are enough of them left outside of
the poorhoue to meet, bilbrc they meet
on that beautiful ;hore, 1.1 the recent
actiou of the manufacturers of paper, who
are endeavoring to screw down the lid of
tho newspaper coffin which the typo
founder are prepaitng for the jiravo. In
the lat tluoe months by their own wweet
will, they have ruu tho prico of paper up
almost a hundred per cent. I'tiete is
nothing to prevent theru from doing it,
- 1- . 1 . 1 .1
out of tho country by the tariff! Every
-r,;.n ,i-.i ... ;i ,i,rt nnn,rt; ,,f.
rag paper, except baswood. sweat, and
water, has a tariff on it. The soda, as
sa (ootid a, and blue mas, or whatever is
vsed to deodorize, undershirts and cut
off drawers, to that they will stueU good
iu a newspaper, has a corn on it in tho
shape of a tariff, so that tho paper manu
facturing three-card-uionte chaps have an
excuse to bleed newspapers to the last
drop. What the newspapers want, and
they believe it is not an unreasonable de
mand, is the removal of the taruTon type,
on rags, on paper, aud all chemicals used
in the manufacture of paper. In a tariff
on rags, if there Is no tariff oq rags you
had belter put ouo ou, unless you remove
the tariff on the real of the stuff; if a
tariff is a good thing you can't have too
much of it J for instance, whom do you
protect? Nobody but guttersnipe rag
pickers and old maids, wlio save up rags
to buy Ftiulf, and tin peutliers who trade
tin diMiors andskimmtt occasionally fori
a sack lull of bad smelling rag-. Are the
rag-pickers ntd old maids your principal
The new-papers of the country believe
that they aro eutttled to some considera
tion nt your hands. They are in many
instances the instruments through wuich
many of you have attained the positions
you now hold, and they never have got
much of anything from you except Patent
Office reports aud agricultural documents.
They have set up uightsfjryou,and done
dirty work that may bar tnem out from
all participation in tho chariot races in
tho golden streets of the New Jerusalem,
and now they demand that you protect
diem frOTi the ravages ef the type-founding
and paper making gra-shoppers,
before it is everlastingly too late.
Not being one of the 'dd literary
fellers' so touchingly alluded to by the
great Senator Simou Cameron, this"
epistle to you Corinthians miy b; a little!
raw, and nat as polMied as it should be,
but it tries to represent the feeliugs of.
the newspaper men of Wisconsin in lan
guage that the wayfaring niau, though a
diabolical idiot, cau uuderstand, and it
means business. The newspapers are
desperate, and while they don't want to
go on the war-path, they feel that they
have been ravished about enough by the
different tribes of the deneficiaries of the
government. If you great men will pass
a bill to giro us relief, you will strike it
rich, and don't you forget it.
KAS2I3D KAN'S nKAT03.
Edison is all very well in his way, says
the New York World, but the inventor
that will be remembered wben all others
are forgotten is a party named Mick ley,
of Boston, who has just reudered his fel-Iow-men
an inestimable servi.-e by pro
ducing an opparatus called the "Married
Man's Indicator," or the patent "Dowes
tic Barometer." This ingenious device
is simply a wonderfully sensitive arrange
ment of the crdioary barometer which
infallibly detects the most minute altera
tions in tbe atmospherie conditions. The
married man returning late from the
allaged ''lodge," or other locality, con
traband of war. indulges in do fearful
speculations as to his reception. He
simply takes his "Indicator" from its
case and inserts a projection arranged for
the purpose through the key-bole. In
stantly the domestic temperature within
is recorded by the diaL If it marks
s. f. set fair; s. a. sotxsd asleepj or
even a s. cross but sleepy he brings his
propitiatory box of fried oysters well to
the front; chews a clove, aad enters
boldly. If, however, the fakhful little
instrument reports s. b. stoma brewing
or v. s, 1. very squally, with lightning,
he doesn't lose any valaable time in- war
fare, but hies him to the Bearcat bote)
and sends an "up all night with sick
friend" note, with- sotaer atraee tickets
and a sew bonnet tame in the Boraajr.
Traly, if science keeps on thk way, this
world will he quite a conafortabk place to
Etc in after a while-
Settlers os fcr:r2tt Lai:,
Homczteadcri and others wba have not
vet proved up on their claims should re
member that the new rulings require that
they shall advertUe at least foar witnesses
who are not relatives of the party proving
up, and that the time and place of mak
ing proof hhall a 'so be stated in the
notice. Thi, it is chimed, is for the
purpose of giving partie who may have
ad verso claims on the UoJ a chanco to
appear and present their claims. Thoe
who wish to prove up can have their ap
plication papers made out at the Chief
office, free of charge, as wo always keep
a supply of blanks on hand for this pur
pose, and as tho editor of this pr.er L
Notary Public, the affidavit does uot cost
anything, thus lij cotitd is eaved to each
one who publishes his final proof notice in
Ths ?c!iexlaj h a Ur. cf Grari asd Pitft
Jurcrs Stars f tho Uirch Tera cf
Court, Ossseschg. thi 23d,
r rp frwin
W. II. Middleton,
John Tomlinson, Sr.
I A. Riley,
q p (jatuer
I. W. Crary,
J. Ii. Atkison,
J. K. Aultz,
W. M. Carothers,
W. A. Reck,
W. I. Creamer,
1 it 1.,
J. E. Smith,
E. M. Pearson,
A, W. Halmgrain,
T. P. Chambers.
.1 r. .u. onow,
W. H. Hobert.
Joseph Wonzinger, W. J. Harris,
Nathan AruolJ, Geo. W. Rail,
W in. Halbworlh, Wm. Norris,
II. H. Hoskin", F. C. Johnson.
ITallis Flora! lastnxctcr.
This is the title of a bettifully printed
and illustrated nunrtcrlv devoted to
''t'1? ? i h?S?h?' if
a couip! etc hM of bocd Plants. Ru
at greatly red need prices, and much other
useful itiformuiiou. The subscription
price is only 20 cents per year.
Hu sends a sample copy and packet of
Choice Flower Seeds as a trul to any one
who -ends him a 3 cent stamp His
address is A C. Nellis.
Canajnharic, N. Y.
Not I he Crown of Kings nor tlm Crown
of Glory, hut the Crown Sewing Machine,
the latest, and best machine in the Mar
ket, it will pay you to call at the Post
Office aud see it before you purchase!
For Sale by 31. B. McNirr.
F. H. Gore has moved his Jewelry
Store to the building formerly ocupicd as
" restaurant, by Mr. Holland, whero he
ui.l bo nappy to meet all his old lncnds
aud customers, and also as many new
ones as choose to cull.
Be Wise and Happy.
If you will stop all your extravagant
ar.d wrong notions in doctoring yourself
and families with expensive doctors or
humbug curc-alU that do harm always,
and u.e only nature's simu'c remedies
for all your ailments you will be wsc,
well aud happy, and save great cxpen-a.
The greatest remedy for this, the creat,
wise and good will tell you, is Hop Bit
ters rely on it. See another column.
"The Richest Blood. Sweetest Breath
jand Fairest Skin iti Hop Bitter."
"A little tiop timers sires bi doc
tor bills and long Mckoess "
"1 hat invalid wife, mother, sister or
hild cm be made the picture of health
with Hop Bitters."
When worn down and ready to take
your bed, Hop Bitters is what you
Don't physic and physic, for it weak
ns and destroys, but take Hop Bitttcrs
that build up continually.
"Physicians ol all ononis uc and rec-
xmiruend Hop Bitters. Test thru."
Health is bsautv aod joy Hop Bit
ters cive health and beauty."
"There are more cures made with
Hop Bitters than all other medicines."
"When the brain is wearied the
aervs unstrung, the muscles weak, use
That low, nervous fever, want of
leep and weakness, calls for Hop Bit
Era Coari Care aad Pais 3slief is ZImi
for sale rt R. R. SUKRKR,
15-y-l R13 Cloud. ?Cb.
HOUSX 7LASTS; TLOWEft POTS,
WISE STA8D0 ic
NICE and CHOICE articles a specialty.
Xcxt tat oU Coart KoasV Webster St,
REP CLOUD, NEB.
how to obtaia them. Pa3pnlet
free, ttpoa recpt of Stamp for post
GILMOB2, SMITH CO. 1
Or aa etbtr ki. rvm
3mm JTartMw r act a vST est
jaw. TIm fc-titwUt all reaaaiar
Tn cftCaite4 State.
ha aasVwla tt kCex ta
cat Vacate te ar 5-T wI bU take 8b fcc ft.
hw arasBU mecmxmT MdTl
Good For 30 Days.
In order ti mak room for Fpriac Inarch".
LIDI'Y U tllfc lrr-ii. Bfoi.."". H.ti
aad Cap at rric taal lll jo rae&t la
e you require aaytklrf la bis lie.
We keep conitaaUjr
S Clothing, P
0 HatSi Caps.
5 Glassware, Quernsware and)
,We buy our goods for cash,0
Oand defy competition. When$
0 :n -ww : . n 0
in town give us a
'One door South of the Peit
DRY - GOODS,
Red CUii, - Xefcraftkft-
The pablic geaerally are requested to
call and examine my goods ana prices, as
a share of the patronage is solwitfd.
t&" Store, first door north of Moth
er's meat market.
li-26 V. NEWBOUSE.
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