The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, April 08, 1880, Image 1

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"Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty" antl $1.50 a year i the price nf the Red Claud Chief,
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GO EAST
VIA THE
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tailway-
2,380 MILES OF KOAD.
It is tb HIIOliT sure anJBAFE rente betweea
Council Bluffs
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE
nud all points EAST and NORTH.
ITew York, IMladeiphia, Ecstcu, Wish-
ingtra, Euffalo, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati,
itrctreol, Tcrcnto, Detroit, Cleava-
l&nd, Columbia.
It offer tl'c Wnvelinir roblio
LW Greater Facilities!
AND
More Advantages
Than any other road la the west.
ItistboOA'LY KOAD between
Council Illufl and Chicago
Upon whlrh in ran
PULLMAN HOTEL CARS !
Id addition to tlimennd to picn-Mlclaseof
tra t-lrrr. it kivm FIRST CLASS MFMLSatiU
t.ATllHJ o I ATlVfi". ai w cenui acu.
Its Track is Steel laiTi
It: coaches are the Finest !
Its Equipment Firct c!a:s !
Iu train are nil Equipped wilb with airbrakes.
W, M iller'n Ct ut'W! nnd all imwlern impror-
rucntt! all of which combined.
Permit Fastest Spaced 1
Sure and closo Ccnnectiont !
And everything a pacncer can desire to
niakejourney
UIOK Pleasant & COMFORTABLE!
Pullman Sleeper? on all Night Trains !
it is tiu:
People's Favorite Route.
At Conncil Bluff the Tbroucb Train of the
Chienco & North-Western ann the Union l'a
cifRc Rnilwaya rti'paitrroin.arrivent ind uo the
i:.tuo joint Union Depot.
r Jf you wish the br?t trnveiins occororaodntionj
nou will buy your tickets by this Route And
V'll.L , TAKE U'E OlllER.
All Ticket Agents cca sell yaa Tirosga
Ticict3 via this Eoad and check usnal
Baggo Free of Charge.
Omaha Tickkt Oi r-rs- 1S24 Famam Street,
Cr 11th. and at L'i-un racifio Uepot.
Jouue il HIuUk Twfcfci tifucH Cr. Urolwnr ami
- Pearl :rertF. O. & N.-W. R y Depot, and
I'nion I'dcifi-Tniifffr Deiot. .
Denver 0 flier-In Cdrrado CenirKi and Union
4 Pa ificlklf? Office.
lan Frn'icibco Office 2 -cw Montcf.nicry bU
Tor icfiinnutau. fiddor. mai. etc. u.U b
ktainnble at Hi me Ticket Officn. azures any
uKentof the Company, or
HAEVHiT 2TIGBITT, W. H. STEN1TSTT,
Oen'l Mar.arer. Oen'l Fan. Agent
Ch icasc III. '
iriIKit RROTIIBRS
IIEADQUARTEIIS
White, Dis, Howe & Amerk
SEWIMi
MA IlINE.
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files' Patent Safety Pin.
Wade from the icst brass spring wire, with
complete and perfect protection for the point,
rn the shape of a round shield, formed from
sheet bras, the wiiole being Jifktl FlatH and
handsomely finished.
This Fin i a perfect Me and the beat il tbt
arktt
We also control the sa of CUE'S MTEXT
I!T III C01T 100a. These Hooks are made
from the best Swedes Iron Wire, flaltened.with
points barbed. They are easily driven anc'
yire excellent satisfaction where they are in
use. We are the exclusive manufacturers bf
"the aboTS named Pin and Hat and Coat Hook.
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corresponaence solicited.
DOUBLE POISTEI TACi CO.,
16 CHA IBFKS 8T Sew Tark City.
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
O. C. CASE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. OEee ost
dooi north of Girbe's More.
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Collections made md promptly remitted
J. S. GILHAM,
ATIORNEV AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW.
Office one door north of Kaley Jirot.
BED CLOUD, - - - NEB
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
AND MCAL. I8TATI AQIZT.
Bad Cloud. Neb.
t3.ProRpt Attention Glren to Collections.
Ornci:- with C. H. POTTER, at Bad Cloud
Drus Store.
Edwin C. Hawlev.
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office orcr Farley's Drag Store.
BED CLOUD - 27ZB.
James Laird,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
rV JCNIATA, - NEB-
Will practice in all tha Courta of the Bute.
Prompt attention riven to all bninei entrusted
to bit care, Ofcce on tbe eaat tide Juniata
Avenue. Julyl-7
II. R, KitKT.
C. W. Kalkt.
Red Clond. Neb.
J. L. Kalkt,
filoominrton,
Nebraaka.
KALEY BROS.,
a ttornevs at law & real 18tate
Agents.
"Will practice in all the CourU in Kebrarka
and northern Kan tan: collection promptly at
tended to and correspondence solicited.
LSD CLOUD, Nebraska.
Aim. Aeent for B.tM.R. B. Lands.
I. W. TULLEYS,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
JQtOffice over Kaley Bro. taw office.
BED CLOUD. KEBBASZA
ELBEKT A. HALL M. D.
Physician&Surgeon,
RED CLOUD, NED.
Ilavlnir located permanently at this place. I
will attend to all call, day or night. Offi e for
the present at Farley ' drus store: at night at
his residtnee over ewhoue'g Store 19ni3
j. in. iTIosea, in. d.
f. -F.LECTIC-
P hysician and Surgeon,
RelD CLOUD. NED.
Will pay special attention to Obstetrics and
dicwe of women AUo general and special
surrerv. Diseases of the Ere and Enr. Chances
moderate. Office, tor the present at Shercr's
IirucNtfre. S--r
VALLEY HOUSE,
F C.WIMTOX, Pro.
KED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
First ClHra in every respect. Free Tms to and
from all trains. Sample rooms for commercial
men. Give us a trial.
V. . Richnrdson. S. Garber.
Kichardson & Garter,
DEALERS IN
LIVE STOCK.
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Highest market price paid for boss and cattle.
J.E.Smith S.C.Smith M.B.THnm-soif.
Pres. First Nat. Cash. First Late Teller First
Bank. Beatrice Nat. Rank Nat. Dank Beat
Neb. Beatrice Neb. rite Neb.
m ror5&ltomp5on,
BANKERS.
Will make collections in any part of tbe
United States Sell exchange npoa tbe princi
pal eastern oitics Loan money upon improved
farms Receive depo'its subject to sifht drafts
Allow interest upen time deposits, and trans
act a ccneral Ranking: business. ,
IlEFKjtsifCEs: Omaha National Rank, A.
S. Paddeck.U. .BSenatnn First National Rank
New York, CambriJe VaUey National Bank.
Cambridge New York.
EMIGH BROS.
MEAT MARKET
RED CLOUD, NKB.
The choicest of Fresh meats. Sausages,
Fowls and everything in the line that the mar
ket affords, always on hand.
AirShop two doors south of Bherer's drag store.
C. H. POTTER,
PROPRIETOR RED OLOUD
Drug Store,
And Dealer In
Drugs,
Medicines?
Paints,
OILS VARNISHES-
All roods in my Line kept constantly on
hand: and to which I invite tha attention of
the public
SA11 my old friends and as many new onei
as choose to do so, are invittd to call.
j"1 C. H POTTER.
Feed 4 Sale Stable,
J. D. Post, Prop. KED CLOUD.
THKLO&AM&STBQBBID&E
PORTA tiBLE FARM SCALE
FOR FARM I ERS. GRAIN DEALERS. FAMUES
VYeet Grower
andaHpcnerw
wishing a
cheap, accu.
rsta Scale.
Mad by -periancad
Scat minis.
at) tha bait
CHEAP.
coimecT.
trial, with
Steal baaring. Smala in eenatructioh. No partaf
faabia ta nt ewt af ti. SoW at Itai than haf
tfwsMc4sfatkarasala. Ubatal lnsVicasaarts la
sens tar twexar anc rrtea ut to
. J. E. WOOOHEAD. Gmtsi) Ant.
3;Yf. UMmn Street. Chicsfa.
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CONVEHNT.M irirr - I
,1 WANTED i
THE CHIEF.
M. L. THOMAS,
EDITOR.
THURSDAY APRIL 8rn, 1880.
The Senators and Representatives in
Coogren hive oar thanks for a cart lovl,
more or less, of "valuable poblio docu
ments.'" There are two democratic editors coo
dactins? to called repnblietn papen, in
this vatley theae gentry preside over the
Red Clond Artpin, and tbe Bloomiogton
Argus, respectively.
TriE Bloomington Guard is difsatieficd
with the verdict in tbe Wilkinson murder
case, and thinks that there was an undue
influence in favor of the priaioner, brought
to bear, that was ,,nwtcrions."
Tns Nebraska Democracy which met
in convention at Columbus lait week,
endorsed 8. J. Tilden and the bat 'I, and
"resolved" that they would make it hot
for the party that four years ago "struck
down our elected president, dispoiled him
of his great office, and deprived the re
public of the beniGcial result of a demo
cratic government," (I)
A prominent Washington lady was
consulted tbe other day by a senator with
reference to reform school for girls
She remarked that he thought there
oupht to be a reform school for cenators.
Republican,
We should like to give that Udy a
leather medal set in precious stones.
NchratJin Herald.
Now Mac, we wouldn't have thought
you would talk that way, and you a mar
ried man, too.
The county commissioners ot Phelps
county, recently discovered that Thos.
Downing, who had been a county com
nrsMoner for five years, had embexzled
county funds to the amount of nearly
$25,000. Thomas Downing is one or a
ring which has had control of Phelps
county for five years, during which time
they have issued warrants on the county
to the amount of $30,000. Ex.
Let's see, 'pears that we have heard
that Webster county has been and is still
run by a ring? Taxes are 8 per cent 1 1
A TSIU8LE C7CL01T3.
St. Louis, April 3. A Pott Dispatch
special from Ottawa, Kansas, siys a cy
clone struck that place nbout 7 o'clock
last evening, completely demolishing
seven residences on Elm street, badly
injuring some others in the samo vicinity.
It then jumped five or six blocks, and
again struck the ground near the river,
where it dfctroyed several residence, and
tore the roof off K. C, L , & P. R. R.,
at d overturned several freight cars. In
North Ottawa twelve or fifteen residences
are totally demolished or badly damaged
Tbe evening train from Lawrence was
caught at the junction a mile north of
town, and one passenger car and two
freight cars upset Ono passenger was
seriously injured. The storm then pro
ceeded to the northeast, destroying the
Spencer and Wilkerson and two other
farm houses on its way. Among the
persons seriously injured, are S. F. Boner
and family, J. Marshall, A. H. Baldwin,
Mrs. Black, Mrs. Hastings, and Mr.
Jones. A child of Mis. Black's was
killed, and sone twenty others slightly
wounded. Lumber and furniture are
scattered for blocks around, and in some
cases were burled through the air.
OTO WASHNGIONLETT?!.
Washington, D. C.
March 29(b, 1880. )
The report that General Grant will
withdraw from the presidential canvass
turns out to have been a hoax. There
was no foundation for it except the- re
fusal of the Texas convention to instruct
for Grant, which many people interpreted
as a hint for him to set ut of the way,
and rebease in Kansas, Iowa and other
states. But Grant is not a aoaa to take
hints of a delicate foature, and it is now
more firmly believed than ever that he
will stick to the race until the end is
reached. Grant's friend? accuse Sher
man's friends of having invented the
story of withdrawal in order to help their
candidate. They demand however that
many of Grant's friends favor hi with
drawal, and don't like the idea of his
entering into a scramble for the presi
deocy. Bat it seems that the old fellows
who used to flock around the Grant ad
ministration and live upon its favors have
more influence on tho General than those
who are disinterested, and all of them are
clamorous for another chance.
The resignation of Commissioner Payne
has a eifaificaace which mast be reco
gnised by Congress shortly. Tha salaries
of the commissioners in the Interior De
partment are iaadeqaate to the responsi
bilities, and good men cannot be had for
the places. Hayt, who went into the
Indian ofcce as a reformer, came cat
badly smoked, chiefly beeaase he found
he could not get a living withoat specu
lating outside of his ofltce, and that led
to objectionable and almost eriauaal prac
tices. If we would have good men at
the head of each departments we mast
pay such salaries as will attract good
aaea. It is worse eeeaesy te pay toe
meagre salaries tbaa to pay te Kberally.
The antes loads to eorraptiea aad ia
eficiency. The Waaaban fee has dwindled te
atetbingaesa, la feet k never aasesMtei
to a great deal, but aow that it appears
Washburn himself is running the third
term boots for the dear purpose or cliiai
ing the third teras strength if Grant get
out of the way, tbe little boom is looked
upon with pity and dugout. Washburn
la always for Washburn and for nobody
else. m
It is remarkable what people of an
tagunistic politic- come together in Wash
ington society. Politics make strange
bed fellows, but society stranger. At
Senator Btains popular Saturday's recep
tion, Blackburn, the firy democratic lea
der of Kentucky. Gordon of Georgia, and
Johnson of Virginia, partake of the
Radical Senator's fair and enjoy his good
eh ear as freely a the most approved
member of his own party. Knox.
ctatx currxsQS.
Immigration u still increasing.
Soap works established in Crete.
Alma is to have a graded school.
West Point has nearly 400 rcbool child
ren. Rivertoo will organize a fire depart
ment. Tbe Elkhorn valley is receiving many
settlers.
Coal has been struck near Beatrice, at
a depth of 80 feet.
Lincoln's new big hotel, tbe Arlington
has been opened.
Not more than half the corn crop in
Dodge county is marketed.
A new truss bridge is being built across
tbe Elkhorn, near Bell Creek.
All of our state exchanges make men
tion of a great rush of land hunters.
There arc only about 7000 acres of B.
& M. land yet unsold, in York county.
The Beatrice foundry will soon bo start
ed, tho machinery having already arrived.
A large hotel and a $5000 school house
are shortly to be erected in Strousburg.
Lincoln is tbo largest organized county
in the stato. Jt cootains, 4.658.8S0 acres.
Tbe depot at Arapaboe will soon be
unished. it is 2Sx5G k-et, two stones
high.
Two or three Canadian colonies are to
be settled somewhere on (he line of the
B. &M.
St. Anthony postoffioe, Platto county,
has been moved one and one-half from
its old site.
A mixed herd of 500 cattle from Mis
souri were unloaded from the cars at Lin
coln and driven to Fremont.
A man wax brought before the Hastings
court charged with being a tramp, who
squandered $1150 in two weeks.
An effort is being m?de to establish a
postoffice, to be called Eva, between
Amazon and Macon, Franklin county.
Knginacrs are to be put on the survey
of the eStp, Paul, Omaha & Chicago rail
road, in Wayne county, this week.
The housu of A N. Yost, ten miles
north of Fremont, was totally destroyed
with all inii on the 24th. Loss. $1800.
A large party of excursionists from
Illinois aud Pennsylvania lately started
out to protpect iu ihu state tiutu L'tieoln.
It is said that there is coniildrable
thieving of timber or government and
school lands ou tho south side of the river
near Naponee.
The Coluuibns Journal say a corpora
tion has been formed there, with a capital
stock of $100,000. to establish atock yarns
and a packing house.
The new twelve-stall round house of
the B. & M. at Lincoln will be a model
in its way, and work will be pushed for
ward' in April.
A cae of smallpox (or suppose 1 to b;
such) is reported in Bell Creek. It was
brought in by a family recently arrived
there from Virginia.
Tho growth of Oxford, the new railroad
town on the county line of Harlan and
Frontier, is very rapid in 20 days 15
houses were built.
Last June there was not a house in
Fullerton, now there are 35 with 13 more
under contract, and more will be built
this coming season.
A good future is predicted for the lodge
of the Independent order of Foresters
(.the first in the state), organized at Cen
tral City, on March 17th.
A couple of Ulysses grain buyers had
a little war among thetni-elves, a few days
since, in which a revolver played a prom
inent part, but uo shooting was done.
A Wisconsin sheep grower has purch
ased a tract of land near Hebron, and
will drive his herd theft thi opting, in
tending to go largely into tbe business.
A stable belonging to a farmer named
Martin Lighe, in Lancaster county, was
burned on the. night of the 23d. The
stable comainea seven head of horses.
An eligible tract fir fair grounds is
offered fur sale convenient to Lincoln, and
stroog efforts are being made to effect
the purchase of the land for tbe purpose
named.
The congregational church of Hav.iags
installed tho new pastor, Rer. J. I).
Stewart, on the 29th, aod also held aani
versary exercUes of the Sabbath school
aod church. V
General Manager Touxalin, of tbe B.
& M. makes a reduction of one-third in
freight bill of Harlan county for material
for tbe new court heaee being shipped
from tjbicago.
Work is being puhed on the grade of
me railway oetween uisaaie ana ueugn.
rlalt tbe work was done at odd times
during the winter, and the whole will be
completed by May 1st.
Bailding is livelv ia Beatrice and
theety five baildiags arc now ia progress
of erection. Tae first business house has
been pat up oa the east side of the river.
aad a aoter will also soon be built oa that
side.
The machinery for sawisg and rubbing
stone ts bow being set up ia tae peaitea
tiary, aad will be raaaiag sooa. A aei
forth-five horse power eagine w also being
but an.ia order to give more power te
the brick machines.
Tbe capital guards (colored) of Lincoln
have made aypncetioa to bovernorfiaaee
to be famished with thirty eight stands
of state arms and the neeeseary accoaire
meats for their oompary
,Be Wise and Happy. -
Ifyoa will stop all year extravagant
' and wrong aotioeria doctoring yoarself
and famines wkb cxpesstve ejectors er
humbug cure-alls that do harm always,
aad ase ealy aarara'a aims'e remedies
for all year ailments yom will be wise,
wefl and happy, and save greet exams.
TttexraatsxA raeaedy sW taitvthe great.
wise aid good wiU'aeH ye, is Hew' Bit
ters refar ea it. See aaetker coksaa.
FEOUSFIT & MARSH,
GENERAL DEALERS IN
n.iRD n:in je
)amd(
STOVES,
GaMe Ratek.
Nek.
Kverrtaiac asaaL'y kapt la a lrst etaas
Hmrvcare Sfre-
come and sec us as we
will not be
UNDERSOLD.
F. NEWHOUSE,
DEALKIt IS-
DRY - GOODS,
GEOCEIES;
AND NOTIONS,
Reel CUsjsj. - Nebraska
The public generally are requested to
call and examine my good ana prices, as
a hare of the patronage is toliotted.
gaT Store, first door north of Moth
er s meat market.
14-26
F. NEWHOUSR.
SAM'L GARBER,
DEALER IN
Dry Goods and
Groceries.
BOOTS And Nil OEM
Hats, Caps. &
Ready Made Clothing!
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be undersoil
GIVE US A CALL. ONE ft ALL.
Sam'l Carber
Red Cloud Web,
CHICAGO
Lumber Yard
KEI LOUI, Web.
Yard south of nampton & ?al ston'.
shop, on Maiu street.
Keep eoaicaatlj oa hand an assortment of
I.Msater. Ijttkt, MblNfic. ar Hist
!. Mate Hair t:mci. Plaster
atalldlair Paper etc.
PLATT apFREES
Propriotors.
COME
For Four
LUMBER!
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
TK BB8T I Til MAKES?
14 at LatvMt Price
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RED CLOUD NEB.
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STifUuiFAieiElElS,
HODSI PLANTS, FLOWER POTS,
WIRE ftTAKDS Ac
NICE and CHOICE article a specialty.
Scat tha oli Ceart Haas. Wtfcttar St,
KED CLOUD, NEB.
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"The Richest Bleod. Sweetest Breath
knd Fairest Skia ia Bop Bitten." -
A Rttle Hop Bitters f es big aoe
or bifls aad kmg atekaeea.'
"TbatbTalidwiie, another, sister or
Aild eia be made tha ektare ef health
with Be BHters."
When won down aad ready te take
ear bed. He Bitters is what yew
beed."
Doat physic aad phy we. far it weak
and aeetroys. bK take Hep Bittters
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"Health is baaaa aad jey He Bit
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Tbere are aaere eares aaade wkh
Hop Bitters the al ether aMiictee."
Wlies the IraM as weantd tbe
aerrs aHraeg, tha asclen weak, ase
tie Bitters."
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LOOK HERE!
IF
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STOCK OF
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