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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1880)
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JRED CLOUD CHIEF
runnisnED evert tkcrspat at
fiZS CLSTO, HESIASZA.
k. L. THOMAS,
a-A4t 04i CkxW
"Eternml rigilmnee it the price Xifery." nJ$1.54 m jar it Ike price of Ike Red CUud Ckuf.
222K:- $U0 a 7eir if fail im A&Taact.
It V- R. R. Time table.
Tekln effect Saadav. May 4th 1879.
S 5 pm
Train daily, except Sunday.
A. E. Toulin. O. W. Holdredf
Gen. manarer. otpu
Chic&go & M - Westers
2. 380 MILES OF ROAD.
ll it the H110RT sure a&dSAFK rcute bctweea
fttTTP A ftrt M TT.TKT A TTtn?.r.
VUiWAWW, JJ v v m w a s- t
and all points EAST and NURT1I.
I7ex Yfc, IhikdclphU, Boston, Vub-
ingtoc, Scffalo, Pitistairgh, Cindnn'-tl,
Jicntreol, Tcrcato, Uetrcit, Clctre-
It ofert tbe travellne publio
Than any other road in the west.
It U the OA'LY ROAD between
Council EIlufRand Chicaff
Upon which lo rml
PULLMAU HOTEL CARS !
SAT1MO S I'ATIOKH. at SO ccnta each.
Its Trwi is Steel Bail!
r --. 13 coaches are tSfi Finest!
Its Equipment First class !
JU train are all Kquipped with with airbrakes.
MltUr's C upler: and all ruvUra iaprtv
incntfl'all of which combined.
v Fennit Fastest Speeeil
Sue and dese Cccnectlcns !
And everythirtc a pa-senscr can dcrire to
mike a JourEey
QUICK Pleasant k COMFORTABLE.'
Pullman Sleepers on nil Night Trains 1
IT IS THE
'People's Favorite Route.
- At Council UlalTi tho ThroUch Trains of the
Cbiraco A North-Western ami the Union Pa
rifSc hailwajn .Upartfrom.arriveat induce tho
tame joint Lnion Depot.
If you wiili the best tra clin oeoommodations
tiu will buy jourti kcis by this Route -And
Ljv- AH LL TA R NOSS TU ER.
rf 1 " "
All Ticket Agents can sell ?n Thronga
Tickets via this Scad and cheeh usual
Eafgase Free cf Charge.
t)uinx TirvKT Qrncza TH Farnim Ptrcct.
Cr 14th. and nt Unim I'aeiCc iot.
Council HluC Ticket Office-i Cor. ErpJwayairf
lV-ir! Stress. C A- N.-W. R'y Depot, and
Union l'acific Tranter Depot.
Jfnwr OCicc In Colorado Central and Union
" Pn-ifie Ticket Offieo. r Ct
San FrnncUco Office 2 ew Montgomery St.
For ii formntion, folders, map", etc. not tL
taibablo at Jlome Ticket Offices, addrosfl any
mrsnt of the Company, or
. ISASVnT EU&HITT, W. H. STEKSSTT,
- ; linnfxr.
UcnT Pass. Agent.
' Wile, litis, MAiou
Miles' Patent Safety Pin.
' tadc from the best brass spring wire, with
4 complete and perfect protection for the point,
fn the shape of a round hiW, formed from
iheet brass, the -whole being Sklel Fltttl and
Hits Pin is a perfect Ate sad the but il taW
We al control the saJe of C8LFS PATEIT
1T AI6 C01T 0901. The Hooks are made
from the best Swedes Iron Wire, fiaitened.with
points barbed. Tfcey are easily driven aHC
pre excellent satisfaction where they ate is
use. VTg are the exclusive maaufacrareis of
the aforenamed Pin and Hat and Coal Hook.
MILE HIITEI TACk CO.,
1M ClilBKES STM Kew Tark Cky.
MtflCGEfflSAKS.CAMSAHD LEVERS. AHi
StSSTrTtmKTWREFVt All ENTIRELY NEW
iiijitaipi iiimiiriiwirm sccweshi-
v am A 'Zi'aBB
O. C. CASE,
ATTORN EF AT LAW. - OB& it
dooj oortt! bT Garbe's vtarc
US CLOUD, XXI
CoIlectioM tde ab4 pravptl reaittcd
T. S. GILHAM,
ATIORNEr AND COUNSELOR
AT LAW. . . ,
Qffict one door north of KaHtg Bros.
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT XAW.
AND MSEAt. BSTATB AfllZT.
Red Cload. Neb.
.Prompt Attention Given to Collection.
Omn- with a H. POWER, at Bed Cload
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTOBNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office over Farky's Dreg Store.
up cioro - w
A TTORNCY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
" Juniata, - N ra
vin practlco In all the CoarU of the 6t
Proaipt attention riren to all batiaeM cainHted
to hia care, Ofcca on the east tide .JubuU
C. W. Kalkt. 4
lied Cloud. Neb.
TTORNEYS AT LAW RBAL ESTATE
Will practice in all the Coarta la NebratkA
and northern Kansas: collection .promptly at
tended to and correspondence solicited.
I.ID CLOUS. Kebraeix
Also. AjccntJ fot B. Jfc M. B. B. InJ.
I. W. TULlsEYS,
U. 8. Pension 8argon.
tjkH)FFICE over Kiley Bros. law office.
XED CLOUD, WXESASUL
ELBERT A. H ALIi HI. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
RED CLOUD, NEIL
Having located permanently at thU plaee.I
will attend to all calls, day or nifht. Office for
the iresent at Farley' dm store; nt nwht at
his residence over, ewhonse, Store. 19m3
J. n. iHOSESI A. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
RtD CLOUD. NEB.
Will pay speciat atSefc'ion to Obstetrics and
disresoa of women Also general and special
surgery. Diseases of the Ej o and Far. C harzes
moderate. Office, tor the present at Sharer
Jrut: Store 25-1-y
F- C.W1NTON, Pro.
KED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
First Oat in every respec t. IVee "has to and
from all trains. Sample rooms for commercial
men. Give us a trial.
W. . Richardson. 8. Garber.
Richardson & Garter,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Hitheit market price paid It bom and cattle.
J. E.Smivh S. C. Smith' M.B.Tom-BOK.
Pres. First Nat. Cash. First Late Teller First
Bank, Beatrice Nat. Bank Nat. .Dank aeat-
Ncb. Beatrice Neb. nee Neb.
Will make collections in any part of the
United States Sell exchanfe apoa the princi
pal eastern oities Loan money npoh improtea
farms Receive deposits snhiect to aiaht drafts
Allow interest upen time deposits, and tract
act a general Bankinr business.
Refebkhces: Omaha National Bank. A.
S. Paddeck.U. .8 Senator; First National Bank
New York, CamhriJceYallef National Bank.
Cambridge New York.
JOE. "JACOBS. Paoranrroi. '
TWO DOORS WEST OF BOY'S HOME.
Keeps on hand the best brand of Wine.
Liqaor. Beer, Ale. and fine Cigars. A than of
the pablic patrons ge is soliected.
C. H. POTTER,
PBOPKIETOR RED CLOUD
And Dealer la
All coed in hit Line kest eeaftaatly ea
hand: and to which I inftCe the attestioa of
49-AU ay old friends asd a aaaay new eaei
as choose to do so, are invited to ealL
iMl C, H POTTER.
Fee 4- Smle $$Me9
J. D. Post, Prop. RED CLOUD.
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BED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY.
M. k. THOMAS,
THURSDAY APRIL 22rn, 1880.
Another expedhioa has hwn cvjaip
ped for a trim (a ike Arctic Sea.
Jon.v Elk, an In'djad, )uifomw91
stitairaiott the Registrar of tbe third
ward is Omaha, because tbe aid Regia
trar refojed to regwter taid Lo, thereby
depriTiBE hia of the right to rote. ThU
will probably cettle the qaeettoa ae to
whether the red bub aa well a the black
wu made a dtixea by the Ferteeih
Attenhon is cased to the fact that
the Omaha Daily Bet has iacreaeed their
telegraas, teiag sow m receipt of fall
reports from tbe National Anoeiated
Preai, asd all newa and marketa of tbe
Western Associated Press. Their facili
ties for special dispatebee are iscreaaed
also so their aaorning editios of the Bu
cootaias the very latest dispatahes aad
Omaha news np to 6 a. m.
A lady io Fillmore county was recently
poihooed by taking a dose of Jayaes'
pills and eating eyrup aooa after. The
acid of the syrup combined with the
atJCTCory of the pitta, fortDing corfoeiTe
eublimate, which is a deadly poisoB, and
it killed the unthinking wobmb. Only
for medical science demonstrating the
fact, the gricr stricken husband would
have bees hung or imprisoned, on the
charge of ttttHer.A'aponee Banner.
Some of the beauties ofourasfessment
laws are illustrated in this) A farmer
buysaaaachim on credit, Really, be
doesn't own a cent ia it. But he aist
pay a tax oo it, nevertheless! while the
dealer must also pay a tax oo the
mortgage bo took for it. So, a maa buya
a farm, paying $100 down, agreeing to
Day $2,000 in tbe future. Be is taxed
for the 12,100 farta, of which lie really
owns bat $100, while tho mortgage hol
der is taxed $2,000 mortgage and the
$100 he baa in band. These are but a
few of tbe iostanWs of double taxation
some going even to trcblo and quadruple
Seitltn oa Qertrxmait Uifff,
Homesteader asd others who have not
jet proved up on their claims should re
member that the oew ratings require that
they shall advertise at least four witnesses
who are not relatives of the party proving
up, and that the time and place of ask
ing proof shall also be stated ia the
notice. This, it is claimed, is for the
purpose of giving parties who nay have
adverse claims on the land a chance to
appear and present their claims. Those
who wish to prove up can have their ap
plication papers made oat at the Chixt
office, free of charge, as We always keep
a supply of blanks oa band for this pur
pose, and as the editor of this paper is
Notary Publio, the affidavit does BOt cost
anything, thus 25 cents is saved to each
one who publishes his final preof notice in
era VASEmaTM lettu.
Wasdin oton, D. C. 1
ApriMTtb, 1880. J
The hamoay and peace of Happy
family in the Halls of the Capitol have
beea sKpbtly disturbed daring th past
week. Rhetorically speaking there have
beeB several bloody aoees and blackened
eyas. Springer and Fialey bad a tara,
that delighted the repablicaa aide, and
knocked the life out of Donnelly's ehascee
of gettiBg Washbura's seat, "You lie
sir," ia so often heard that lexicographers
may hereafter treat this easphatie ejacu
lation as a composed word, suited to
democratic ases in halls of legklatiea.
Meantiae the basiaees before Coagreee
reauias andoae, the eeaeaa to be takea
eaaaot be perfected, while vidoas riders
embracing all sorts, of wicked aaaeaes,
are to be pat on the regahtr apprepria
tioa bills aad tin over-worked saeaibers
draw their pay at the rate of $5000 per
year etc., ate.
The iaveaten f thf cotatry aheald
saake thefkaelres heard by addreaailg
-Secretary 8ehars argiag hiaa U selaei as
ComaussioacrofPateataaBiaB af wide
experieacaaaw large legal ability, u 1
thepkeanwtkYacaatby the lankaatina
ef Gea. Halbert E. Paiae. This is ao
poeHtioa tor a aovice. Xiojadga ia aay
iDutMeefledapoB todaaide as diaa-
eatt eases a an coaetaatry ataaaa
the miaiMianaai ftir I J-?
awaj MaaamaaBaSaaSBBBaf- MBBT B.BBJ faTafKiftVBBB.
pateat law is esBeatiarly aad rmlairr
aesdiag the advioa of aaeh a akiaed aft.
ear, aad a aoviea ia Mali a aleee waald
ter of oar nataat nua.
.. Twa thotiaad peaaioa
lata kaads of the eeaika aajl ihew
How the boarheaa lava ihaaa
aad eriBaletl aaUiata. Tka
have aB beea aafera ala rUaaa...
ewaer of Ptasioas, aad wjijutad a rar
i)a8rrowasdtBeT an leaaaw Cea
greas for Seal aetioa. rimaatssjiiasi
Beatley is dsjtamaed U have s Mbati-
waj haleM Cawrasa
anaaaial .a, kaa mt
thy thiak ahaakl aSwakTIL the
jeeted. The awat iaaarafaa awr theaa
petawflba a aailiaw tJaweaa aa
aaarkable iacreare ia issaiicTatloa. Dar
iac the last three aeoetbe there ware 41.
181 arrinUin the part of New York as
agaiagt 15,834 iaaeaae tiaa dariag the
Crevioas year. A ateaiiiMit has jaat
aded ia Bakisaere with 1.532 Geraaa
esaisraata all labelled "Go Wet' At
leart 26,000 will arrive ea oar shores
darieg tfta cDthiaa- aeaaoa.
The eatrage ra Wbktaker at that old
aristocratic aaraery at Wet Potat has
oceasioBed uch euaaaieBt here at the
Capital, aad Secretary Rasaaey is deter
vised ihat Bethiar thall preveat hiaa
froai paaUhing tbe rwrpetatOQ of the
ieBdUh outrage. Tbia saan Whiiuker
has ever Mnee hiseBtraaee at the Acadesay
fceeo mbjected to tbe aios( wicked indig
nities asd the vilest of" aTl U the attesspt
toscreeathe real offender by charaiag
that be himself did tbe eattiBg aad raaiaj
ing of hia ewa body. There is aoae too
snuchlova taremghout the eoantry bow
for this hot-bed of aristocratic caste,
aod the fact that such as oatrage coo bf
committed with impanitv affords a etrong
reason for iia diaeootinuaooe.
The Boarboaa ia the Senate hare two
troablesoae white elephants oa their
heads, which they weald dispose of very
cheap to some political BiraHta the
8 pofford-Kellogg aad Fill Joba-Portef
eases. It woald pleaso them to seat
8poffbrd and to give Fitx-Jobn-Porter
bis $60,000. But than there's the elec
tion. What would the people say at tbe
pells ia November? That ia where the
grief cosaea in, aad that is what's the
Reports from (he eotten plantisg dis
trict shoW that the inereaae is acreage
ander cultivation this year is to be very
large. This condition in the result of the
crop statistics of last year. It coats 5
cents per poand to raise cotton, aad the
planters received a avtragS of 1 1 J cents
realising a pfo&t of 5 cents per poaad.
The crop was estimated at five million
bales, of 450 poaad each 2,250,000,000
pounds yielding a profit that has beeB
put into the pockets of the soathern
planters of $124,000,000.
The vapar engine referred to from time
to time has been running for several days
and has bees seen by many engineers and
capitalists. For years experiments have
been made with ralphide of carbon as a
motive power bat they have uniformly
failed. The inventor in this case has
sweceeded beyond hia most saaguiM ex
pectations ia prodociBg the power by
vaporixalioB ander a low prearare of
eteaaa from a three galloa boiler without
exhaust and with a fire box not holding a
peck of charcoal or wood. From a reser
voir the bisulpbldo Iz Damped iato ao
empty heated retort, it is instantly vap
orized, passes to the cylinder, does its
work, conducted to a condenser, from
thence back into the reservoir to be used
over and over again. Glycerine is sued
as a lubricator as it will not mix with t ha
bisulphide in any form or combination.
It is claimed that vapor engines caa be
built from a cat power ap to eogiaes for
ocean steamers. At least 80 per cent of
the cost of fuel will be saved while the
expenae of the saachiaery will be redaced
from 30 to 50 per cent. The economy ia
in space cuts a great figare as a 10-horse
poWer engine will aot occupy more than
four feet fquare. A company ia being
organised for the building and introduc
tion of this -new niorter under royalties
and applications are being made for stock
by many leaing capitalists tot ateaufae
ture. Inquiries address (enclosing stamp)
to Presbrey & Green, Patent Attorneys,
Ac., Washington, D. C, will have
The action of conventions throughout
the country is watched with great interest
by the friends of the various candidates
mentioned ia aoaaeetioa with the nomi
nation. Tildea seStas to bold the win
ning band ia the democratic game. The
Great boon appears to be on the wane.
It mast be conceded by an impartial ob
server that Blaine is developing: increas
ing strength while Sherman and Edmunds
are not by aoy means to be considered out
of the race. Tho next thirty days will
crystalise publio sentiment so etearly as to
leave little doubt as to the coaverftioB's
Sf ATI CZJFFZNS1
Oseeola has voted to build a $5,000
Fremont shipped 15,000 bushels of
corn ia March.
Staplehurst, Seward's neW rival was
surveyed oa the 0th.
ImmigratioB continues to yov io, rarg
iag to every quartef.
The landing of the transfer at Nebraska
Vity is being repaired.
The B. & M. iand office is coastaBtly
besieged with lasd hunters.
Uraitoa, Fillmore coaaty, will bwid a
$3,000 school hooe this summer.
Aurora is to have a aewsehool building
to coat irom $j,000 to $10,000.
At the Niobrara land ofice 37 daisst
were takea oat one day last waek.
Plasa Creek will great one license for
which $609 will be deaaaded.
Jar loads of ties are hetag haalcd to
Oaklaad for the extensiow ef the St.
Paal k Omaha branch to Sioax City.
John Sakars, of Gage oaaaty, baa beea
arreetad for persaaauag a reveaae oacer.
The B. 4 M. baa seat a faH sweyiag
aad loeaUag party to wars: wast treat la
The Liaeola k Nortbweatara railroad
bridge aver the Platte will X aoapleted
M the 2th.
A aew towa Rayasaad, has beea laid
emt oa the L. Jfc N. W. B. B., twelve
aulas frea Liaeobs.
Th Aahlaad Hotel aasaeiaUoa, eaaital
$5,000, baa filed papers ia the ofiaea af
tfesj aeoretar ef state.
The aew tiaaaSaf teat to beaaaalby
taa Mihraaiee aaapaay at Miebnra, wiH
ereea ax ears at a uae.
Tberieeef the Miaaeari ts et mase
of the wade oa the aew bridge at Platta
saowtb, wbiet wil aaaM aeaM fJehf-
liaeehi'a aew awseteey is eeaplatad,
aad k expected to show" by that that
she capita has 13,700 iBbabkaato
Tbe aid gesuaaea sebeal awarawaff at
Gawaa, eaataiaa ? fcailaa ami 110
CWaaaa k Praaaatt aaa
Cky haw? aT
sawtaaa? aa mm1
PROITSFIT L VftBSrT,
HJLRD WM RE
sSatisle ftatelf. Iwefc.
Everytalag ataally kept la a first elasa
come vtnd see us as we
will not be
DRY - GOODS,
Red Clonal. - frebraikii
The public generally are renaestcd tc
call and examine my goods and prices, a.'
a share of the patronage is tolwited.
19 Store, first door aorth of 3Ioh
Hry Gmmds an
BOOTS aad SffOCfS
Hats, Caps. &
Rcafy Made Clothing!
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
aet be u aderseld.
GIVE U A CALL, ONE k ALL.
Red CIrad Xel,
BED CJtaOlXD, Wea.
YaUTal sawtti- of Itaoapton k R stos's
shop, oo Maia street.
Keep eoaataatly ea haadaa anortaaeat of
S.aiaater, Lstlh, Hhlsssrlea. Dara Wlj.
elawa. a.taac Ustlr Cemcat. Plaalcr
llallsta; lrr ate.
PLATT Si FREES
DRF LUMBER A SPECrALTX.
Til BEST IS THE MARKET
StoM at IVsmaae Price
RED CLOUD NEB.
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M0U8R rLANTS, ELOWER POTS,
WIRR STARRS k.
NICE aad CBOfCE artk2'as a slpeeiaky.
aTatt the oU Ceart Basaa,' Wetoter St.
KED CLOUD, NEB.
8 wee teat Breath
Skia ia Hew Bktora."
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APRIX 22. ISSO.
Ft inn its
YOU WANT FARM MACHINERY,
fliitd Just Reoaiw-ed ibo Largest
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AND HAY RAKtS,
And Also The Celebrated
Champion Reaper and Mower.
A JmJLRVE strppx.7 OF
And the Largest Lot of
And Evciy thing else usually kept in
MITCHELL A MSRHABT,
. Check Rows,
SKK. b, M, MJ.IWU.V.
Tocal aad Iastrsacatal
a. M. BROWINf;
?tar to W, i) K-4J
I RACKETS, ClIROMU
COKKIN8 !) a haa4 aaj Uwc4
vn ahott aotke.
PIMCB f LOW ar la tW3f
ajarlUpatiiex ef aU atJ Jo frwH
Ijr ass4 unllv0tT
AMID CLOUD. - MM,
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C.VNNKi) tJOOU. nUMTis NUTS,
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Warn Mr? at H hour. 2A ceatv
PKK3I1 OVTKKi alwayo ha4.
NVcLsterstTM!. 4)r a4lh jf
FQUIwTD at I, AST 1
Adjustaole Recking Chair.
SEVIHG CHAIR tOR.THE UD123
CRADLF. fXtr Ike
For Bale in WeUleraoi ftatir
tie o,Lr nr
G. A. BROWN,
KeetM edtiuUr oa bawl
HariMM (ToUar. ZiMU-, WL5
Horse KunVel. (wU, Ilrtts
, IiaraaM Oil atI vry
a firtclaA4 tliop.
Two dow aerlh of tbe task.
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