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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1880)
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JOB WOK K.
ED CLOUD CHIEF
rUBLISHKD EVKRT THCfaWAT AT
XED CI.TO, lftllASXA.
M. L- THOMAS,
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"Eternal Vigilance is ike price f Liberty." mnd$1.5Q m year is the price the Red Clud Chief.
5S2US:- $1.60 ystr if jttt it AiTtact.
It V. R. B. Tim TaMe.
Taking efeet SoDdmr. Mar 4tb HW.
6 4H LUK llILt
-w bi:d CLOUD
h tm BLOOM IaGTO
Train daily. eept Snlya.
A. E. Tooi-Hn. U. w. llowrecg.
Gen. manager. of1
Glue&go M - Wisitra
2. 380 MILES OF ROAD.
' It U the hllOKT sure aaJ SAFE route bctwcca
and nil i-oint KAM ana oubih.
ttsw Ywlr, Ihiladelphis, Eoetca, Wash
ington, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati,
Kcatreol, Tcrcnto, Detroit, CIuts
It offers the traveling publie
Than any other road in the wL
Ilia the OA'LY ROAD between
Council BImITW and Chicago
Ilnun which it ran
-' PULLMAN HOTEL CARS !
Id addition to these anil to please i an ciawei 01
traTelew. it rires FIKST Ci. A.S M KA LS at iU
JCA11NU STATIONS, at 60 ccnUeach.
Its Track is Steel Bail!
Its coaches are tfcs Finest !
, Its Equipment First class !
IU tralr arc all Kquippe-i wilh with airbrake.
alilUr's Ccut'lcr! and all raudcra iinprov
.V, menu! all of which eouLincd.
Pennit Fattest Sjceed!
Sure and close Connections!
And everything a patenircr can desiro to
QUICK Pleasant & COMFORTABLE!
. . Pullman Sleeper on all Night Trains !
A IT IS THE
L People's Favorite Route.
At Council Bluff tho Through Trn'na of the
Chicago ic Xorth-Wcrtern aim. the Union 1'a
eirao lUilwija departrroiu.nmvoat snu use the
lamcjoiut Lnion Depot.
If you whh the lct traveling accommodations
" TotTwiirbuy your tirkou by this Houtc WAnd
f h -I.-- m
Ail Ttcict Agents can soil you Tnronen
Ticktts via this Bead and checi usual
Baggage Free of Charga.
0fii Tickkt Orrc-ljttJ Farnam SlrceU
Gir. 14th. and at Union Varlfta DeroU
Coiincil I.lufl? Ticket pffict-0ir; Brodway and
Perl rirecis. :. ii N.-W. K'y DcpoU and
"Cnion I'acilic Transfer Dcr-ot.
Denver t'fiice In Colorado Central and Union
Pa-ifio Tiekrt Office.
an Frico OOice 2 ew Montpomery St.
For icfonnat:nn. folilen. mip?, etc.. not ob
tainable at Jlime Ticket Cfficte. nudicji any
agent of-the Company, or
IIABVJN HUGHITT, W. E. STEN1TETT,
Unl ilab4rtr. ' 1 " A,lt
111INEK BKOTB ER8 ,
m ii ik en
HQes1 Patent Safety Pin.
jf " & complete and perfect protection for the point,
i in the shape of a round shield, lormed from
tfaeet brass, the who'.e being RkLtl Flatew and
This Tin is a ptffeft CM and the fct II tt
We aUo control the sa?c c.r CeLE? T1TEIT
lit HI C91T HMt. Tiiese Hool are made
from the best Swedes Iron Wire, flattene3,rilh
poiats barbed. Thej are easily driven ant"
give excellent satisfaction where they are in
use. We axe the exclusive manufacturer of
the ahc-e named Pin and Hat amd Coat Hook.
w P Correspotjdence solicited.
. MB81E NIJTEI TACl C0.f
3M CRAtBKBK KT Xw Trk City.
ey HHBs 0f BjBiiHtTf
WMMIKaEWS,C0.C)ySM(O LEVERS. AW
SWSTlTVrwttiMREFBR AN EKTpRELY NEW
SlTItrlfSTWHWIItSTGOOCS. QVM5 ENTIRE
wantfdt 8i2 immt
Bb SI NESS DIRECTORY.
O. C. CASE,
ATTOItNfctf AT LAW. OBc oat
doo: north of Qarbc's rtore.
Collections made and promptly remitted
J. S. GILHAM,
ATIORNKY AND COUNSELOR
Office one door north of Kaliy Broa.
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB
W. C. REILLY,
TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAV.
NO REAL ESTATE AOEZT.
Red Cload. 5eb.
f.rrompt Attention Oiren to Collection!.
OrriCK- witk C. II. POTTER, at Had Cloud
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTORNEV AD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office brer Farley's Drug Store.
sep kioto - tcb.
A TIOBNEV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
A Juniata, - Ne-
Will practice in all the ConrU of the BUU.
Prompt attention ien to all bniinew entrnrted
to hu care. Office on the east tide J"jlt
H. S. Kalet.
C. V. Kai.kt.
Ked Clond. NK
AT LAW A REAL ESTATE
Will partic In all the Court in Nebttuk
and northern Kanrn; collection promptly M
tended to and correspondence folicited.
BSD CLOVD. Kb:t!lA.
Also. Af ante for U. A M. R. B. Iands.
I. W. TULI.EY8,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
Office over Kaley Uros. law office.
BED CLOUD. KEBEASEA
CLBEKT A. HALL JTI. D.
RED CLOUD, NEll.
Uarini: located permanently nt thi place.J
will a.tend toiillfttlH. day ornifht. Offi.-elor
the present at Farley's dtuc store: at night at
bis resiitnco over Jkewhonrc's Storo. ltiuJ
J. IV. MOSENA. in. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
RfcD CLOUD. NED.
Will pay ppccial attention to Obstetric and
ditearca of women Also Reneral and jtiecial
suracry. Disuses of the Eo and rar. Charfes
modcratft. Office, lor tho present at hherera
Drue Store. 252
F C.lflNTOIV, Pr.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
FiirtClnMin even reapec t. Free 'bu to and
from all train?. Sumide rooms for commercial
men. Giro us a trial.
Richardson & Garter,
RED CLOUD, NEBRA&KA.
Richest market rrice paid for bocs and cattle.
.T II. Smrn S. C. SMITH M.ILTHO!nSOK.
Pre. First Nat. fash. Firat JjateTrlier First
Dank. Beatrice NauBank ITaLnank Boat-
Kcb. Beatrice Neb. ne Neb.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will make collections in any part of Ihe
United States Sell exchange upoa the princi
pal eastern oitie Loan money upon improved
fnrma Receive depo its subject to sifht draft
Allow interest uren time deposits, and trans
act a general Banking business.
RarKRSXcist Omaha National Bank. A.
S. FaJdock. U. .8 Senator; First National Bank
New York; CamMJse Valley National Dank.
Cambridge New York.
JOB. "JACOBS. roiBiwa. '
TWO DOORS WEST OF KOt'8 HOME.
Keeps on hand the bct brand of Wines.
Liquors. Deer, Ale. and fine Cigars. A share of
thb public patronage is rolicoted.
G. H. POTTEfl,
PROPRIETOR RED CLOUD
And Dealer Ik
All roods in ey Line kept cocstaatly o
hsnd: atjd to which I invite the atteatioB of
9A11 my old frlendx and as many new oaes
as choof e to do so, are invited to call.
C. H POTTER.
Feed Sale StmMe9
J. P. Post. Prop. RED CLOUD.
THI LO&AKft STR0BBED6I
PORTA ABLE FARM SCALE
FOR FARM I E(AJNBAtilFAMBJQ
Utdu by i.
m ' of the best
M. L. THOMAS.
THURSDAY APRIL 15Tn, 1880.
B. D. fiUUfhter, eeBitis japerviwr Tor
the eoDlb Platte cottBtry, the Journal
My, receive aboat 200 letters a day,
raoetly abplleatioiM frona persons who
want an appoiatBOBt as precinct ceoeas
The Repablicaa State contention is
called to meet at Coldmbus, Nebraska, cm
Wednesday, May 19th, for the porpose
ofeelecting delegates to the National
Convention at Chicago, June 3d. Web
ster connty la entitled to fiioe delegates
to the State Convention.
0V3 WASEXKaiOK LETTER
WASftlNflTON, D. C. )
April 9tb, 1880. )
The budding spring his eonle, and trie
noto of pre parados is seen everywhere in
parks at d reservations, and around pri
vate residoocea. Bleu ia great lumbers
are putting lawns, gardens, publio and
privato walks io order. Ia a few days
"See oar Jeweled sliver maples
And our lawns ia robes ofgreBBj
Battling ander golden aunihiae,
tiaily deckei by nature's Queen."
Tho throng of visitors in the city is un
usually large. Hundreds havo led the
sunny south, who yearly go thither to es
cape the rigors of northern winters, and
they are now ejnoying the springtime at
the capital, and throngs are daily visiting
Arlington, Soldiers Home, Mt. Veraoo,
and other objects of interest. The Halls
of legislation are filled daily by visitors
who rarely fail of being disgusted by a
few hours spent in the capital, witness
ing the farce that is there played by the
men who are sent here at an expense of
$5000 each, with all the etceteras, to
make laws for the dear people. A con
gre."Stonal machine is very unwieldy and
uncomfortably expensive, and if this (Join
bination of vast erudition and sublime
foolishness were to meet only every five
years, the country would be infinitely the
Nearly 6000 bills have been introduced
printed and put on the calendar of the
present Congress. It would lake 150
years to dispose of them at the rate the
business was done at. tbo extra session,
or has been by the present session, which
has now been together over four months.
Thousands of bills are introduced with
the understanding that they are to sleep
the sleep that knows no waking. A ward
politican has some scheme. He was very
useful in securing the nomination of Hon.
Moreover Smith as tho distinguished
member from the District of Hardscrab-
hie. The Hon. Moreover introduces his
bill, it is printed by thousands of copies,
and that is the end of tLe bill. The
printed matter of this and the other
thousands of ita kind aro paid for out of
Uncle Sam's strong box, and the aggre
gate of all this material, tons upon tons,
finds its way at last into the hands of the
junk dealers. One might cry in despair,
"How long, oh how long is this farce to
At last a ray of good sense hu seemed
to fall across the vision of the committee
of ways and means in relation to the duty
on paper material For a time it looked
as if the voice of the united press was to
have no influence upon these men, imt
they began to discover that they were
calling upon their own heads the trumpet
tongued denunciations of the entire press
of the commonwealth. There should be
no cessatioi of this struggle aotil the
press are eectrred agaiast the combination
of the paper dealers, who uadcr the pres
ent tariff can make a corner oa this article
at any time they may choose.
It is evident that the policy ef Com
misskmer Beatly has ia it no real regard
er love for the aaea who have beea dis
abled in the service of their country.
He is not pleased that his scheme, "the
sixty Bwgeon bill" was killed aad is de
termined that some other equally odious
plan shall be devised. If detectives are
te be put oa the track of crippled1 or
Biaimed soldiers because it is thought a
few dollars eaa be take from them, that
maygo to pay -these 8aeakiBg detectives,
we had! better af ovoe repeal all peasioa
Jaws art let these pets be sapported at
publio elpease and ia the aext war
patriotism should inspire oar aoble yoaag
aaea to serve their eoaktry, as sutlers aad
The aew rales reported by the oootBMt
tee aad adopted by the Horn' are worse
thaathegaaaeef-'fifteea" aavl the ser
vices of aa iaterpreter baa been secured,
and the more they are" eiaauaed jhe
greater are the mysteries, that malt from
the addled wisdom of the eoaftaittee.
There is aew every XBdioatioer that the
coaatry ia to be treated to aaether effort
by the BevrbeM to pat all sorts of riders
upoa the army btl!, so as to permit aay
violets t the poUs or eleewbere, Inrjt;
the Presidsat ae power to aee the army
ia its mppresKoo. Saea aa arraafameat
wiUbeMpfalteTMeavaa is te lead
tlkm(TttthetB tovJetety by
f far seat iathe Wake Howes ia
ef the votes of the Men
WEBSTER CO- NEBRASKA, THURSDAY
is which be eosdaets the exodo iavett
icatios U BOt jHifliaeBtly vesxiUteil. His
oolored witoeMes come "twiit the wia4
and his nobility." He ahoafd call oa the
National Board of Health, and have hu
COBsaiittee faaiisaied. It would be
healthful if the process coull also be ap
plied to bi democratic white witnesses.
Poor whiskey, tobacco and onions do not
coastaand a high price in market u firat
Tlie new motor i a success beyoaa the
most eaoguioc ezpoctatioas of the iaver
tor. It has heca rmnaing for aereral
days, and one of the most experienced
patent experts declared that he had aever
witnessed so aaccewful as experiaieat
with a aew machiae as ia this vaaor ea
giae, whieh seeaie certain to rcTolatioa
ixe the motive power of the world. The
matter is to de publicly exhibited to the
press and the scientist in a few days.
It may be classed as one of the great t
inventions of this progressive period.
Only fifteen soldiers remsia at Ft.
Still the exodus of laud-seekers to the
Quito a number of cities go back to
A carload of colored settlers have gone
into Buffalo county.
Blair advocate the establishment of
steam ferry at that place.
Niobrara will soon have her new
Methodist church completed.
An 8 -year old buy of Arapahoe stole
nearly $100 from his father's safe last
The contract for e reeling the new
church in Plum Creek has been let for
The B. k M. Co. has sent a full ser
veying and locating corps to work west
The Clay county court house will bo
built of brick. 44x80 -feoL The founda
tion is already laid.
The B. & M. R. R. is building exten
sive stock yards in Central Ctty, north of
the Union Pacific track.
Mr. George Kbling, of Saunders coun
ty, was captain of Emperor Maximilian's
body-guard in Mexico.
The town of Fullerton is being restat
ed, and a cemetery and half uiilo track
will bo laid out and fenced.
The Neligh folks are confident of be
cooiing tho county sea: of Antelope coun
ty soon after the railroad rcackds them.
The Elkhorn Valley railroad has riven
ordure for the purchase of the right of
way through fierce county to rlainvtew.
Tiverton has organised a fire depart
ment and procured a lot of buckets to be
kept in a place convenient to get at in
case of fire.
Columbus and tho adjoining neighbor
hood is enjoying a building boom, 100
car loads of lumber baring been shipped
Sorghum culture is receiving much at
tention in Dakota, Dixon, Knox, Cedar
and Holt counties. Several farmen are
successful with it
John Barzynski, who is owner of 160
acres adjoining Loup City, will shortly
lay out 40 acres as a town site ami estab
iish thero a Polish town.
The new transfer boat for the Niobrara
crossing of the Chicago, Milwaukee k St.
Paul road will uot be placed before the
latter part of the month.
West Point will have a summer garden
a quarter of a mile outside of town
There will be a shooting gallery aad
gymnasium in connection with it.
In South Bend, Cass county, on Che
Platte there are three new fish-poads.
Tho proprietor in two years has raised
trout weighing four and five pounds.
A Quaker colony from Penesylvania
has settled in Uosper county, twelve or
fifteen miles south of Plum creek, add
are bat the advance party of quite a
uui oi tne oo,44u acres oi land sold in
Nance county 17,720 acres are in Genoa
p rea net, 30,800 in Fullerton nrecinct.
and the remaining 17,20 io the western
part of the county.
During the part year 46 0S0 acres of
land have beea taken under the borne
stead and pre-emption laws, and 15.360
under the timber culture law within ten
or twelve miles of Coxad.
A laborer named Croanse, eatproyed at
tore ts. dC M. yords, Lincoln, jumped from
t moving traia, and, slipping, fell under
the wheels, both heels being shaved.
Amputation is thought accessary.
The foundation of the York Univcrsa
nst cnurcn is laid and the work: u pro
cresting finely. The buiMiug is to be
26x40 with 7x10 tower, the tower to be
forth oae feet frorsf foundation to top.
A firm in Nelson, Nuckolls ootmty.
have purchased a sugar can mill aad
evaporator, which they propose rwaaiec
this fall ia the asanafacture of sugar aad
molasses from the caa. A. saaa hvies:
eight miles southeast of Nelsoa, will ale
run mill aad evaporator the eoauag
. The roaad-op south of the Platte, ia
n Adocoin coaaty, aae oeea axed as tol
lews: AH parties latereered , to ateet at
Boer s reach at the heed-of tie Medicine.
May, 19th. The rnaad ap to begia May
30th, workiag dowa the Medi iae te the
atoath takiag ia the Red Willow, tfctae
eToesug over to the Platte moras! work
W. V. Travers, a yoaag aaea iviae;
nearurd. Valley coaaty, oa retaraeas;
alter asra trout a bent, tmskme; to
frighten his people a little for a joke.
fired off hxgaa ae he approaches! hw
his fathers, hoaee. and thea n
agaiast tne aoor. nts tawr, wao was
ia the hoase with a Rule child, thoaghr
soatebody was trying to Weak in, and
seeing the. farm of a maa throaga the
tfiadow, eTftCweiged hk gva at hiss, aad
Mr-.. Gerdea, ef Seward; the wife ef
Joha'Uordon, the maa who shot Jaates
McIaisaeV whim setae; home' from the
Caster exeearmil has eemmsaasi sait ia
the dietnet ebaHegsiaet Jeha O. Tho
ef the pfwarmtere af the
saaeea, hwiaffaeT daamjgea aft
ehuatiaaT thai Taaanrwaelgf her
FROUDFIT I ICAItSE,
aiXIBAL DEALMS IS
HA RDJ1R E
GmMe Mclc. - Neflk
Ererytklas eily keet hi a lrt claea
come and sec us as we
will rtot be
DRV - GOODS.
tee ClmNfJ. - IVehraska
The public generally are reooceted to
call and examine ray good ana prices, as
a share of the patronage is solicited.
amT Store, first doof aorta of Mosh
14-26 F. NEWnOUSK.
Dry Goods and
BOOTS and NiIO!4
Hats. Caps &
Rca'ty Made Clothing!
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
net be umlereold.
GIVE US A CALL, ONE & ALL.
Bed Cloud Neb,
BED CXiOIJJD, Web.
Yard south of Hampton k R stoa's
shop, on Main street.
Keep cofistafftlr oa fesfidaa aasortaaeat of
Lamfces. Lata, ahlaalca, Dem Wla.
dema.LlBne HalrJaaca(. riaeier
BalMlaa Papr ii
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
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NICE aad CHOICE articles a speckky.
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rKD CLOUD, NEB.
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child eaa he asaie the atscare efheakh
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aeo, xtep xSKtars u wast yea
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