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'"Eternal Vigilance i the price of Liberty." arf$l..r)0 a year it lie price of the Red Cluutl Chief.
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RED CLOUD, WKBSTERCO. NKBRASKA.THt KSDAY. APRIL 1, ISSO.
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It V- R. R- Time Table.
Takicc effect Sunday. Mr r tth 1879-
-'.;r,tn HAFT! NO'.
C:V7 YIt r
7 v. KK CLOI'D
6 31 KAVAl.i:
j .vDm I1I.h.MIUTO
Trains dully, el cept KuDiUy-
A. E. Touralin. O. W. Hot dredge
t.'co. niaosgnr. suj-
Ciieigo I Ml - Tiiln
2, 380 MILES OF ROAD.
Itia tbcSHOKT mi re auJJ-AFE rtiUte Letween
and ull .oint LAST aud NOKTH.
Netr Ycrfc, Philadelphia, Scsica, Wash-
laatca, Snffalo, Pittsburgh, Cicdnn.ii,
Hatred, Tcrcato, Ictrcit, Cleivo-
It ofJori tle liartlir.g niblio
Tbun any utber ruad in tho wrt.
ItistrmtLVLY UOAD between
Council ItliikTrf and Chicago
Upon which ii ran
PULLMAN HOTEL CARS I
Id ydriitiou to tin c and to please all rinr.i'.of
traveler-, it re FlHSr C ASS .MIMLbat iu
LA'llNC S 1 ATIONS. at .V) cento cflih.
7 Its Tract ia Steel Sail!
Its coaches aro the Finest 1
Its Equipment First class J
Iu trains nro all luired with Tritli airbrake.
V, Miller' '" uilern! and all modem iwj.rov-
mvuu! allofwbich comlined.
Ftrrait Fastest Srecedl
Stre and close Ccaaecticrs I
And ever tbinj: h jiiicmciT can Ueire to
f QUICK Pleasant k CO-MFOlirABLK!
a Pullman Sleepers on all Night Train. !
IT IS Til K
People's Favorite Route.
At Council IHulft the Ibrouch Train of the
ChiCHC .t North-Western anci the Union Ha
eiflie Ilailwaji depart from. mm eat ind use tuo
iixuc joint Liiion Ditwt.
fr If ynu vtMi the but travelms: accomnio'lationF
W t M ,i lnr Tur !i.-ket(- by tbib Htute tTAnd
' WlLli TA Sft NON E OTil EH.
K Ticket Ageaw caa sell yea Thrrogh
Tickets Tin this Head aad check ureal
BagEige Free of Charge.
- Omaha Ticet 'rtrrp 1324 Vainain Street,
Cur. 1-Jtli. mid nt 1'nivu IWiGc Jei"t.
rouueil 1 lut'r 'licUet Otlierf-Cur. Hrodwiiy and
- Pcirl -treeti". '- A N.-W . K'y l)i-K-t. and
I'nion Pacific Twuilcr Ir ot. ....
Denver Otlire-ln Colowdo Ctutral and Lmon
4 t'a-ific TieK"t Offu-e. . .. 4
76an FiA-jcisio Otruc 2 iw Montgomery St.
For it formation, folder, maps. UC n..t ol
A tainab'e at H.irc TicK.t Officii, atdrtsa auy
" " scent of the Cumpany. or
1LE7IN EUSHITT, W. H. STTSSHSIT,
Gin"l Jlanacer, tnT l'aw. Ancnt
nJTaS BEATS THE
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AVCIPPSGRSCOCS CAriS AND LLVER3.AND
SL'BSTITUTIKSTHEREFOI AN ENTIRELY NEW
AUTK.TlCJ)iR37r 4 FERFKTACnOKK DWYrpAi,
SCWTllEriKESTCKEAV!L3TK'3u3. QY1KC ENTIRE
EVtRYKaiKETEIlKSnSOSi SIWT SECURES IM
KtCLATESAlES.wajCETHE BEST M'XHIKE IK ANTS
TO Sat. SLS5 FCR ILiUSTPJIED CinSiUUl
WANTED T 8!2,l
Miles' Patent Safety Pin
Mj'c finiii the ltil ira "prhig uirc, With
a. complete ami tcif-ct pttHtct.ua loi th: point,
iu the hapc of a iojiiJ !ncli. toimcd trutn
nrei dia-4, the !iii!ebcii; Aitkel rltteii and
This Piu i a ffrfxt CM and th: bett in iitt
We alMjcmirol th; s,.V of CALK'S I'ilEJT
" HAT 1U C01T IIOOX. 1 ik HooU -ire made
- from the bct wcd- Inm Wne, fiaUencd.wilh
paiiib. bArbeJ. "flicy iic easily dttvca anr
gne excellent suisficiiun vhete they arc in
i-e. We arc the cclus!vc ntaiiufactuierof
lite a1o"s named Pmnd Htand Coai Hock.
1o r:u iKru 'ST.. w Twk rity.
O. C. CASE,
ATTOltNKY AT LAW. Office oa
doui north-of Garbc'a ttore.
SSS CLOTS, 2TEB
Oollcclion mdc nd promptly remitted
ATIOHNKV AND COUxNSELOK
Office one ilnor north of Kaley J) rot.
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
AND HEAL BbTAT AOEZT.
Red Cloud. Nab.
Proiopt Attention Oiven to Cotlectioni.
nr',,c- with C. IU POTILR. at 1UA Cloud
Drug Store -
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTOBNEY AND COUNSELOR Ar LAW.
Oflicft over Farley's Drug Store.
e2d l'lottd - eb-
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT UW
VTill rraetice in all the- Court of the State.
Promrtatteution nhen to all bnrinMf entrusted
to hn care, Oftice on tb ct tde Jnlta
11.8. Lai XV.
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Rtd Cloud. Neb
J. L. IvALvy.
A TT0RNEV3 AT LAW i REAL ESTATE
Will practice in all the ConrU in Nebraska
and northern Kani; collection? promptly at
tended to aud correijnd ente FoljcitcU.
IiED CLOUD. Kocrasia.
A lo. AcenU for B. A M. R. D. Landi.
iT W. TCLLEYS,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
tSrOmcK over Kaloy Bro". law office.
EED CLOUE. 1'EERASEA
ELBERT A. II ALL HI. D.
HEI) CLOUD, NEIL
Having loeated permanently at this pJmpp. I
uill attend to nil ealL. dy or nifiht. OBirc lor
the present at KKrlc'idi uk -tore: at night at
his reiaenco over Newhounc g btoro. AJ.niJ
jTlfl. inOSEKA. Ml. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Rr.D CLOUD. NEIL
Will pay -pecial atientinn to Ohntetriea and
lifcai of m omen-Also itcneral awl "I""'
surucry. Di-res of the Ejc and Lar. J
modtrate. 0 Jice. tor tho prcdentat thorers
Drug St. re. -Cil?
F C3.W1WTOM, o.
HED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Firt Class in every respcet. Free 'bus to and
from all train. Sample roouu for coinmorctal
men. Give us jl trial.
W. . Richardson. S. Qarber.
Richardson & Garter,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Highest market price p.iid for hogt and cattle.
J. K.Aitk S. C.Strn M.H.THnm8o.
Tres. First Nat. fash. First Late Tt Her Firtt
Bank. Heatrice Nat.Rauk Nat. .Dank Beat-
iJeb. RcuiricoNeb. ruoNeb.
ECED CLlll, HKU,
"Will make collections in ocy part of the
United States Sell exchange upoa the princt
pal eastern oitie"-Loan n:oney upon iinproved
fartnu Rcceiiedei.O' its subject to ?utht drafts
Allow interest upen time deposits, und traua
uct a general tanking busine.
Rkkebekcks: Omahi National Rank. A.
S. Paddnek.lL .b fcenlm: First National Bank
New York. Caui'rilBc Valley National Rank,
Cumbrit'se New Yor.
BED CLOUD, NEB.
Thr choicest of Fresh meats. Pare.
Fowlcai.d cvcrjthirj: in the line that tho mar
ket affords, alwaj on hand.
43' Shop two doora -uUi of Sherer's urnB store.
G. H. POTTER,
PROrUlETOR RED CLOUD
And Staler In
OILS g VARNISHES.
All roods in my Line kepi constantly on
hacd: and to vrhii'h I invito tho uttcntiun ot
arAJimy oit tnemto and as many new oneJ
as choote to do so. arc inr:ted to call.
O. H POTTER.
Feed Safe Stable,
J. D. Post, Prop.-RED CLOUD.
PORTA BLE FARM SCALE
, GRAIN DEALERS. FAfcKJES
and all persons
Mad fcy .
cf tne beet
Stcl bvanrgt. Simpfe in ccnstructn. No partrf
t !UbS to E out o! erticr. Soid at lt tiwn KaJ
the pnea ofaay oll-.t ccaU. Liberal tfiducarnaat to
Aisri. Serfl ct Circular ard Pr LH to
J. E. WOOOHCtX,. Gtn AgKit.
38 Y. Jib.,:icn Sveet. Owa.
FOR FARM ERS,
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M. L. THOMAS.
THUIISDAY AP1UL 1st, 1S80.
Major Ulno'h enteoce of dismiI
from the United State military service
took effect April fir.L
NoitTn Carolina "ends two colored
delegated to tho Chicjgu Natioual Cou
ventiou, Loth Sherman men.
S?ZZ0H IY OZKSSAL 02A1TT.
Galveston, March 25: At tbo ban
quel, laFt night, in response to the toa-t,
'Geo. Grant, our honored guest. Grea
ter armies than Napoleon's have inarched
at his command, and greater glories than
trow us have been hu-," Gen. Grant re
plied as follows
Gfintlemen of Galvc.ton: I am very
much obliged to ono and all of you for
the very kind reception which I have ro-
ceived at our hand, aud at the hand
of all citizens of this city. I aurc you
that it affbrd-4 me very great pleasure to
be here on this occasion, and to sec to
tu..oy of you. It waa my fortune more
thau one-third of a century ago, to visit
Texas as hecond Lieutenant, and I have
been with those who went into the con
flict which was to settle the boundary of
Texas, I am glad to come back now on
this occasion to behold the territory which
ia an empire in itbelf, and larger than
many-of the empires of Europe, I wiih
for the people of Texas, a I do fur the
people of the entire South, that they may
go on developing their resources and be
come great and powciful, and in their
prospeiity, as your worthy Mayor ex
pressed it, that there may be do boundary
between the North and the South.
(Chceriug.) I am sure wo will ail be bap
pitr aud much more prosperous when
the day comes that there will be no ill
feeling. Let any American who can
travel abro.d as I have doue, and with
the opportunity of witnessing what u
there to.be seen, that I have had, aud he
will return to America an American aud
a better citizen than he was when he
went away. (Loud cheering.) He will
teturu more in love with hit own country.
Far be it from me to find fault with any
of the European Governments. I was
well icceivcd at their hatnta on every side,
by evciy nation iu Europe., But with
their dense population and their worn
soil it takes a great deal of government
to enable the people to get from tho soil
a buru subsistence. Here we have rich
virgin soil, with room enough for all of
U3 to expand and live with the use of
very little government. I do hope that
wo lon may be able to get ulong happily
and contented without being too much
CUB WASHINGTON LETT S3,
Wasuincton, D. C. )
March 22th, 1880 j
General Hawley, who has just re igned
his position as assistant secretary of the
Treasury, has gone home to Illinois. He
feels very confideut of his nomination fur
governor of that state by the republican!?,
and I find that tho opinion it quite gen
cral that he is far ahead of all competi
tors. The geuoral is a very popular mm
perona!!y, aud it is supposed can receive
a vote larger than belongs strictly to the
republicans of his state.
Don Cameron is said to have received
another astonisher in the result of the
Rhode Island republican convention,
which selected a solid Blaine delegation
to Chicago. He has loudly declared that
Blaine would not have the entire delega
tion from any state except Maine, and
this lather up.-cts his calculations. The
uews from other New England States is
equally discouraging to him. It ha
been noticed lately, by the way, that he
has been going to Senator Blaine a good
deal, and it is naturally tturmi-ted that be
is making ready to abandon tho third
term boom for whatever shall promise
success. Blaine's friends are highly elated
at these things.
The claue in the appropriation bill re
lating to federal election officers does not
appear to satisfy cither pirty. and a strong
effort will be made to defeat it in the
Senate. The republicans ridicule Gar
field a good deal for having, a they say,
stepped into the trap prepared for him
by the democrats, and endorsing the
cause. He finally retreated but not iu
time to save himself from much aaaoying
General Grant's frientU are more and
more nervous at the attitude of Washburn
in this presidential fight. Washburn has
declared himself for Grant and Bot for
himself. "But bay, these Grant wu,
cver body knows that Watubara never
was for anybody but himsalf, what be is
sp to is to cut Gnat's throat, aad cobble
up the spoils, aad we doa't waat any of
Washbaro. The rsalr J, Kfcp! n h. .
Wnnn i i.. .i , j first clasri literature aad about Jt0 illas
biUer quarrel between tho Grant aad j dmrbly executed, together
Waehbara factions. . w-uh B handrt-ae colored frontispiece
The star mate lobbyists are aot happy j Happy Days." The price oia stogie
yetbya lon way. Tkey expected J ""J 2M,S 1K If61 8
Mn..r. p j . n t . , scnptioo, $3; sn moatbs, fl.50. Ai
captareCongTeaadsetall they asked, j dn Fni' jy, paww,- noose,
bat they are destmed to bitter dissapoiat-J 53, 55 aad 57 Park Plkce. New York.
neat. Before this affair ia through t with? . T. T . 7T ,
the i)l L n- ; . M si.i -
- -w asayvvwe ajp vcij eMdJIMUIV
light. The post-oSoe oficials are not
over and above happy at the manner of.
their treatraeat by the Healers, and thevl
feel that they have bsen tabbed sererely
Crelo charges $3 hecsfo for a "drr."
Bainbridgc, Hoilau county, waats a
A colony from the dast will settle north
Ice took the Fremont bridge down the
Platte on the 15th.
A car load of colored settlcra have gone
into Buffalo county.
The Mate papers art indulging in plca.i
ant politic! coniroTerie.
Frontier county is settling up at the
rate often fauiilie.t por day.
Two ntvr potttEcs in CuL;r couuty,
Muriuo and Bound Gruve.
Then are twenty-three patients in the
blind aoyluiu at Nebraska Citli.
The Iii-h rclttf fund ball in Lincoln, on
St. Fatnck'a night, netted $205.
A 'JS inch vein of'cosl b being operated
on Four Milu, Bichardaon county.
Tho annual fair of the Clay county agri
cultural society will be held Sept. fc-10.
Lumber for the new Harlun county
court huuje h now on the nay from
Tho Republican Valley railroad will
enlarge their depot at Orleans waking tt
130 feet long.
Alma expects to soon havo completed
the best postuthue building in oputh
Ir U reported that the B. & M. will lay
" " Nuclolla county uuttl after the j
Genoa, Nince county, expects to have
railroad communication with the outside
world by thj first of April.
A deaf mute wis knocked off the track
at Highland, and his escape, which was
the oeuond tiuie, wii quite miraculous.
Sutton is agitated over the question of
w. ether to continue its urgauizatiop as a
city or go back to village organixalion.
A reward of $2,000 has been offered
for the apprehension of the fiends who
burned the Dawsou Mills no man Ljaihuim
Ilev. J. W. Greenwood of New York
state, eiilers unoii hu labor as rector of
the Episcopal parish at Gtaud Islaud aud
liar-ling April IS.
Instead of giving up work in the West
Poiut paper mill, more business thau ever
be lore will bo doue, new machiuety having
There are no delinquent taxes on real
estate in Frankin enmity. A Burlington,
la., firm paid $1,200 for all tho certiti
cates, representing 3U0 lots of laud.
Tho first child born in Fullerton, Nanco
couuty, is to Mr. and Mrs. B. D Slaugh
ter, which ii a little interesting from the
tact tlmt Slaughter ie the supiivisor of
The bridge over the Platto at Central
City i? Cnished Already the depot is
completed and with connection the B. &
M. should put ou that through passenger
Columbus had a rensatiun over the
elopement tf Ctiarlie Eggi.is' wife with a
iravehug horse-doctor, oho came back
alter the bpeli wai broken, but Charlie
refused to capitulate.
The fina ladies' horticultural society iu
this part of thu e mntry at any rate found
ed in bruukhn county, is in a prosperous
condittou aud much interest is beiug
mututcsted iu it.
The county commirwioners of Cuming,
Stanton, Wayne, tierce, Madison and
Antelope counties will ueet at Stanton
ou the 23 J inst., to take steps towards
encouraging immigration to the E.kburu
The Liucoln Globe comp'ained that the
school boys carry concealed weapons, and
whip out a revolver by way of clinchiug
au argument One yuucg follow dic.v a
revolver ia u has ball game last wee.
There is a man liviu near Jamestown,
Dakota, who Sv-ut his lime girl four miles
turougn a biiuuing euow sioiiu to uuy
l.itu ten cents won h of stuuKing tobacco,
a few days ago. Wheu she arrived in
town she was nearly frozeu to death, and
had to bo carried home by one cf the
kind lieurieu cttizeus.
Advocate, Sl Paul: Of late a number
of reports have been circulated to the
effect that the Union Pacific wan about to
abandon work on the new road to this
place, and would pay the forfeit of $10.
UJO. It had the effect to cause some to
cease work for the lime; but the renewed
vigor of the company iu establishing the
roadbed duriug the last few days, xud the
arrival of the engineers and ctintrac.o'ri
at this end of the mad has dt-pelled the
delusion. Building is going ou as briskly
as ever, and the transfers of real estate
are frequent, and at good prices.
Frank Leslie's Fwalar lisathly.
Tho April number of this admirable
magazine comes to us vry richly freight
ed; the coutents are invariably brilliant in
the literary ami artistic departments, but
in the present one are even more so tbsn
usual. "The New Irish movement," by
N. Kobinson. gives a clear insight as to
the political upheavals whi h have led to
Obsruction" aud the agitation for a
"Peasant Proprietory.'' The article is
profusely illustrated. "Shetches of High
land Character" treats of Sheep Farming
and Drovers. ''Gentleman George." by
Alfred II. Guernsey, is an article of great
interest, especially in refennce to the
times of Georze the Fourth of Engund,
the trial of Queen Caroline, etc., etc
Among the numerous illustrations are
protraits of George and the Queen, Prin
cess Charlotte, Mrs. Ftuherbest, Lord
Chancellor Eldno, and of the coutrse!
who were engaged in the celebrated tritl
of the Queen. There are a variety of
articles nighty aieriiorious any aaasually
interesting; stories, sketches, etc , by
Etta W. Pierce, Eleanor Graotnan,
) Edward Greey, Frank Leslie and other
popular waters. There are poems by
Bret Harte, G. A. Davis, A. Alphonso
Dayton, eto. There is. ia fact, anaban
daBce of good things which will prove to
the reader a source of the highest erati
Dcation, enteruiaoaeot aad instruction
! ' aumber couUins 128 aaarto pages of
j iUABjubd .Tiarco itn, oy er. j. a.
DixoB, at the residence of the brides
father. Mr. Sahlon Points, of Nes
county, rxaiwaa, to m Zuieika To-
&" of Weaker coanty,r Nab.
; Simscciw for the CuiB, tie best lo-
eal paper ia tho Valley.
PF.OUDFIT & HARSH,
OCNKKAL DEALEX.S IN
Kteothlo: anally kept la a Ctntlt4
come and sec us as we
will not be under
sold. F. NEWHOUSE
DRY - GOODS,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska
The public generally are requested to
call and examine my goodj and prices, as
a r-haro of the patronage is r-olicttcd.
3r Store, first door oorth of Mosb
er'b meal market.
F. NKW HOUSE.
Dry Goods and
IIOOT& and MJIOEt
Hats Caps. &
lit aily Made Clothing!
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be undersold.
GIVE US A CALL. ONE k ALL.
lied Cioud Web,
1&E2 CX.O iUD, Neb.
Yard fcouth of Hampton & ?al ston'.
shop, on Main street.
Keep contaatly on hand an ajtortmtnt of
l.arobcr. Itlk, Hhluslra. Iera W'ln
duMR.LIme llstlr OHtrat. IMwatcr
MtillUlBia; Payer e.
PLATT & FREES
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
TSS UR8T 1$ THB MAEKT
Sltl S La west Price
mm& & fflftsiB
fh 6. mwi
douse riJkNTs, rLowEa pots,
WISE STANDS iiC
NICE and CHOICE articles a specialty.
Next the 'old Co art Hoate.' Wefeter St.
KED CLOUD, NEB.
"The Richest Blood. Swecest Breath
knd Firct Skia ia Hop Bitter."
A hale Hop Ditters fives bi doo
or bills and tone nwkaesi"
"That iavalid wife, tarther, sister or
hi id eta be atadethe picture of health
With Hop Bitten."
When worn down aas ready tw take
hraar bed, Ho Bitters U what you
Doo't physic aad physic fir it weak
im and oestreya, bat take Hop Btttters
hat bail! ao eoaf iutnliy.
"Physieuaai of all ehoN Bse aad re-)
jouitusuJ Hop Bitters. Trt thru."
"lieallh w Leaaty aad.y Hop oit-
Icera xire health aad beauty. '
T.aere are aiare, cares aiade wita
Bay Bitten thaa al other awdiciaea."
naea the aram wearied the
laerrs uastraaa;, the aausclas weak, ase
Taatbw, aerroas fever, waat of
Weep aad weakaaaa, caBs for Hop Sit-
lffCati Cera tmiFiLilelief if Katt
ua, fare aai&sav.
ro& SAixsr R. B.SHERKR,
lv-r-l Bxb Cisa. ya.
IF YOU WANT FARM MACHINERY,
Havo Just Received tho Largest
EVER BEOUGHT TO THE
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Stirring Plows, Breaking Plows,
Corn Planters, Check Rows,
AND HAY RAKES.
.And Also The Celebrated
Champion Reaper and Mower.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
And the Largest Lot of
SKEU? AND ME1VY HABPITABE,
And Everything else usually kept in a
RED CLOUD, - Nebraska.
nun. m. m. a frvtjcv.
jTccal and Instrumtntil
O. A. BROWN,
COFFINS Uay Kl 4 trtatevd
on hott ntw.
PPICK . LOW a. t.r ! Ue tlly
M-rtepaiimj ""n bihI l tp rapt.
j aad atllctqty.
VKD CLOUD. - NHII.
SAXSET ilS ErSTAUlaUTT.
A. l.nMlerback, PrHr.
DkALfctt IN ALL MU Or
CANNKP .OD Hit PITH, KUW.
7Z1Z2 :a-ir. r:::. cixr:, txj Km.
Warta .Mm! at ail hour. "Z$ oebtf.
fair Kit Iv-11 OYSUUIS Uyio hafrl.
cbUr tret, w Aoar aonth f
Ka!f Hro law cthc.
RKD CLOL'D. - - NKM.
FOUlffD at XmABT !
Adjustatlo Rocking Chair.
SEVIKG CHAIR W3 THUDIES
CRAOLR rep the BABY:
For S!e in WUuraal KraakUa
J. L. MILL
avep conuriUr na aatr'l a idl ita
Ilann.. Collar, S4.Mfc, Whip.
Hore Hiatiket. Cofftlw, ItriMfc
el, IIarao Oil and fy
thtn nanaliy krpt Id
a firt-eia- 'hop
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