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fer The Red Cloud ohiep
M. I, THOMAS,
r.il I fnr-fui d Trrrttrrt-rtwr.
ITZ2H!:-.- $1.50 a yearifpaiaft Advice.
&o. I M - Wasters
3. 380 MILES OF 3L0AD.
It is theMIOUT fi.rc nnJK7n' route bctwcon
mid :.l t.oinH KASTtnU fiVlW .
ITctt Tcrt, IHicljiia, Sostcn, Wach-j
isgtcn, Ettffalo, Tittctargh, Ciaciaaiti,
Hoatreol, Tcror.to, Detroit, CleaTe-
It offT fi'C Unvcling publis
Than any otbrr nta'l in thctvest.
It istb- QXLY HO A I between
Council IHx;rVj r.ud Cliicno
1'iwm which i' nin
PULLEAH HOTEL CAHS !
Id addition to three nnl to ,lcapnUcIaFiiiof
rav el er?. i tpi i K H i h I O A .V. I -A La Rt 1 1
katimj si ati.2i"il;
Its Tract is Steel Sail !
Its'ooachc: are tae"xir;C3tt
Its Sc.cipaent First Vass !
its train" arc nil Kquii..-il with with airbrake?.
Miller1. ' findeiri and nlltiioucrn j'JiprOv
nuiit! all ot whiih coinlnned.
Pcrait Fastest SpcecdJ
Sure ana clcrc Ccrxeciioa: !
And evcrj'tbinK n paFsoncer can desire to
QUICK ricas-nt.t & COMFORTABLE !
Pullman Slccpcis on all Sight Trains !
IT IST11K I
People's Favorits Hovate.
At Counril Rluirc tin 'Ihto'ih is of the
fbic-uKo A:Nortli-it.-rn nni the Linion 1'a
nlllc Ra;hT.is .le.nttfrni.nrnvsat indite tue
iaine joint I ition Depot.
Ifynn wifh tln-1r. trsvcj'tnr nrconiinodiCt'in
Vou will buy jour ti-hot l. tn'i." Route rAnd
V1LL TAJCK NONR oTliiUU
All Ticket Agents tin sell yea Thrctgh
Tickets via tais Iioad and chock xmal
Sagage Free of Charge.
!..:.... !... C. TV..f.'r T iiv?.
ienvr Ofiicc Iii Colorado 0iitrnl and LmCn
la-ific Ticket OJT.CP. ,
5an Fiaocifco Ofiicc I -' ..Ionts',ncry H
Tor ir formation. fi.McJ. iohi. etc. i.t ib
lainnbto nt Jlomo TicU.t t'tUccs. juHlrc any
SlASVIlI HuGHIT7, w". u- STSITIT a,
Ucn-l JrtMMuer. Ucn'l l'att. .rcnt
Omahv Tjof.kt rrir7S TK Fariirni Street,
Cor. Htli.Wrfd nt Ttiion I'ncific l)epot.
Council Rl.ifte 1 itl.ct OHi- .- ' r. Rro.lFy nd
I'enrl -treii i X. iN.-W. R'y Depot, and
THIS COMPANY HAVE .TlST FIX-
iSHED com PU-rr-E sjiops vvu
EYEHV FCIL1TY OF THE
J.ATEST IMPROVED MA
TH I XERY. AXD ARE
"Standard Trade Vehicles,
S SJCU AS
rl iili iViv-.,
PL ATFOR M AV A .ONS.
LUDLOW SPRING WAGONS,
STAND ARD TRADE RUGGIES.
ELEGANT RREWSTER BUGGY.
FARM ERS' TWO-SEATED
ETC.. ETC., ETC.
Scud for De-ign and I'rices. to
ROHINSON WAGON CO.
40-1 y Cincinnati, Ohio.
Quick Time 1 Tnrougli Trains 1
Close Connections ! No Delay
Burlington Route !
To Chicago aid The East
T.ntrrttriierf Fare vi!l be niad.
Through Ccirs will be run from tt, & M.lo"inii 1
A ten niirafcs eennectioa rill bo made at Pa
ArftllCAGO cio?e cosncelions wih alwayi
op made to tho east, southeast end north.
51eejins car berths re-erved the Lincolt
ii;ket office by TlcpnJiih or On application,
from Ji'ssouri Rivor to Ch'cago.
TO ST. LOUIS AND THE SOUTH.
Theburliuston route have a system tf through
rieerrs aut elo?e coanections bctweta the
Miwanri Hiver and St. Loais
rscnserH takinc this lino hare the best -of 4
accommodations. Pullman sleeper run rcgu
arly from Sliouri River to St. Louis.
TO 1'EORIA. INDIAN APOLISCIN
ClNNATI, AND THE
yThis is the only reliable route tcthefoatb-tat-
C-onnections are mai! at Peorja "with the
T. 1'. & W. nd I. n. &. W. Railroads for Indian
nnli' Cincinnati. Columbus and all central
afnb southern Ohio. Keniucy, icuthern Indiana,-1
WXUUS CABS. "o STeals at 75 cents.
When you co esr arc and tr?vel ever tbo
7J. .t M. line if you h to he SAFE and com
fortable and desire .0 travel speedily.
A. K. TOUZ ALIN P. LOW ELL.
t.ca I naper
VOf. VI f.
m'sfxFJ tomfcrron v.
O. C. CASE,
A TTOirXKV T W,
Office on' iloor north of Gather Store.
nr.u n.oi'i, sr.n.
Collections inmlo fe irom'ptIyTMniltCMl.
X TTOK'snv aki) ror.Ei.oi: at iav'.
OJficr ove door north ofKub'U Tirox
Itm ''LOUD, - XEHKASKA.
W. C. RE1LLY,
TTOltNEYAKD COUNSELOR ATXAW.
AIMO REAL ROTATE ACWvST"
V.cd Cloud. STcb.
C5-romrt AUentrri'Oivcn to Collodion.
opficr.- with c. ii. Hotter, at Rca cloud
EdwiSt C Hawkey
A TTORNEY AND COOSSELOR AT LA"t
Ofiicc -crver Farlcy'-s Dnrg Store.
HEP CLOUD. - - -y2B"
A TTORNEV AXI COUNSELOR AT LAW.!
rv JUMATA, - NER-
Vrill practice in all the Court of the Stato.
Prompt attention piven to all buninc cntrutrd
to hi rare, Olbcc on tho cart side Juniita
0. V. Kt.FV. .
Red Cloud. Nc1.
,T. L. KAtrV
A TTORNEYS AT LAW -A REAL ESTATE
Will prnpticp in nil thn ro'trL in Xenra'":a
and northern Kanxa; ctdlwtson promptly at-
Wd ' ui ""T
RbU WWW. AtTW4w-a--
Alo. Asenls'f-r R. M. R. B. Inna.
U. S. Version Surpcon.
CSyOr'rTcE ovcT'Kuloy Hros. law office.
USD CLOUS, :;eb3-issa.
b-:b,bk:it a. sa aix i?a. .
Physician & Surgeon,'
RED CLOUD, NER.
Aiiin! Fnncoa R. .f- M. R U. R. C. Office
o r Johnson .V- Crop' dry K"ods toro. Itcti
dfticc over F. Xcwh-mroV (-r-re. 19f.m
J Iff. iTIOSEA.. itt- W.
Physician and Surgeon,
w KriD CLOUD. NKR. .
Will tinv Mi-i:rl atn-.ition to 0terrics and
ilimrca oT women Alo Kenir.it iii.il ."ptcinl
.iirer. De.iFes of the Ej c ami Ear. t h iifie
motl r.itc. OtGcoovcrShorer's 1 ruB Ptore.
"VaS." SI. ALLEN E R,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
PrnmTt attendance on all calls, in the iffactico
of medicines or surccry.
Ctm-IIS, - NJ-nuPKA.
J. W. MOinxVIl.LK,
Practicing P hysicians.
COWJ.1S Sc AMP.OY, XKISU.VSKA.
All profes!onil enlis will Teecive our rrrfn:)t
and careful attention. t0m6
Dr. H. A, Baird,
RED CLOUD, NERRASK'A.
V . Richardson. S. Oarbcr.
Richardson & Garter,
DEALERS J N
Hishcst market vrice tpaifi foT Twgs anS -0.1100.
J. K. Smith Sv tJ. Smith tf.B.Tunin-sfjy.
Pres. First Nat. fah. Firt 4-ateTrlH?r Fir.t
Bank. Reatrico Nat. Rank Ka't. .Pink neat
Bob. Beatrice N-ob. me Aeb.
m jprc iv jrhompson,
RED CLOUD, WEB.
ATill make collections i'i any part of the
United State Sell oxch.-itwreiipoR the princi
ImI eastern oWc Loan money upon improved
rv... ?fn.Aivn.1pttfi it stiltierl to sisrht drafts '
i""'"0 ."": in ml-:-...--., .
. iiow interest upea lime iiciiusim uhu uiiiis-
act a jTcncrni Itankins buincs.
Kn-'snEvrra: Omaha Xational Bank, A.
S. Taddrtck. U. .i Senator; First XaMonil Rink
New York. Cam'ri Ice Valley National Br.k.
Carabridicc New York.
TWO DOORS A F.ST OF ROY S TfOMK.
Keep in hand the best brand of Wines.
Liquors. Bier, Al5. and finu Cigars. A sharoof
the public p.rtronaRC iftliccted.
PROPRIETOR SED CLOUD
And Dealer Iti'-
OILS $ VARNISHES-
All jrooes in lny Line kent constantly on
hand: and to which t invite the attention of
Feea Sf Sale Stable
t,f J. P. Post, Veop. EED CLOUD.
jv Hl EB&
"Elcrnal Vigilance is
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO. NEBRASKA. THURSDAY.
K L THOMAS,
THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1SH0.
UAK01TAL EEPU3LI5AW 7ICZET.
JAMICS A GARFIELD,
For Vice I'mbbxl,
$HKs5TEU A. ARtllUK,
of Xetr York.
The tlcinocr.its of Tecmnsch, Xeb.,
celehrated the nomination of Hancock
and English 3.0 the-cxtent of lriilingone
Elmer 1'arker and Fcriotiph injuring
his father. Y. F. i'iirkcr Bad whiskey
fired tho democratic heart a little to
much. Five of the murderers ar in
jail and oneis'St largo.
Gi:.-. fi vm-rr.i.D, the soldier and t-lMc--innn
is lwing defamed hy the tlemo
eratic newpajiers all over th'e land,
uhile Gen. Hancock the .sturdy hero of
Gettysburg is having his war record
"torn alllo pieces" by the rcpuhlieau
papers. Already these two candidates
of the two great political parties have
been denounced as imbeciles, ftands
and corrutioni-.ts by the respective
parties. 1 L is a burning shaw.e that the
private characters and public, acts of
thee two great Generals should be
thus attacked. One of them will lie
prc-ident of the United States, and then
what will become of the tirade of abuse
and multitude of charges that have
J been bronchi up again, -Hs!' V, 111 it
all be forgotten, and will the American
people point with pride to their ruler,
or will one-halfof the native Americans
and all the foreign born citizens believe
that the highest oifiee in thi great and
poweifnl govornwert is 'tilled by a dis
honest nftn and a political mounte
bank. Shame on such journalism. If
the republican party cannot elect it
candidate without heaping contumely
upon the name of Gen. Hancock, the
br.ive and gallant soldier who drew "his
sv.vml for the Union in Yd and never
sheathed it until victory had crowned
the Union arms, then we would say,
quietly submit to defeat. And the
democratic party 'Van any good come
out of Nazereth?" We fear not, the
vindietivnos with which the democrat
ic party pursue and sling mud at an
opposing candidate is proverbial, it is
one of the principles of he party and
we catuiot expect anything else, but
let it be remembered tvi the everlasting
disgrace of that party tbtil scarcely had
the news of Garfield's nomination been
telegraphed over the country ere the
democratic party limbered up its mud
guns, in the shape of ib daily papers.
and begun to be-mirch the fair name
of the hero and statesman, Gen. Gar
field with its foul slime. Away with
ich politics, it is a disgrace to 4lre
name of America.
The New J. Jt M. Hail Serrica.
The Omaha JferalJ has the following
in its issue of June 30th: "Commenciuf;
with to-morrow, railway mail service
rill le inagurated on the R. it M. rail
road in place of the route, agent system
which has sarved hitherto. Several
forty-foot postal cars have been leased
by the B. & M. from the C. R. & Q.
while it builds fer itself, and postal
rinks, have been appointed two of
whom will run on each car. between
Omaha and Ifastirigs. The service will
be similar in all respects to the railway
mail service on the U. PIt. R. and
will be a great step forward in the ac
commodation f people in the SoiUh
Phitte country and lx'yond. Instead
xf overworked route agents in eight ecti
foot spaces, they have clerks in proper
postal cars who distribute the mails in
transit and expedite their delivery in
every possible way.'
Grant tax the Soldier.
IHs told of Gencml Grant, when at
Green Bay, Wis., recently, that, he met
a man making an effort to walk fist
with a shockingly bad-looking home
made wooden leg. The General stop
ped him and asked how -he lost his leg.
the man replied, iri the army. The
General then asked him why he did
not get a better leg, to which he replied
that he was poor, had a large family
m couW not afford it The General
handed him $25 with the remark thftt
it would help him to gel a better leg.
i The man expressed his gratitude over
and over, a'nd said he was on Iris! war
j to sec Gen. Grant end urtieh that was
accomplished his happiness would be
complete. The General extended his
hand with the remark! "You how see
Gen. Grant," when the soldier rxtcn
ded both hands and embraced tho Gen-
1 eral, his teus showinghis joy andgrati-
the price of Liberty." ami
C72 TTASEnTcrcK iznza.
XA-mvCTOX, D. C ,
June 2i), ISSO.
itor Cinnrr-Tljc old tinte Jnck -
Uon dwnocraU horo at the Capital mi-
I corked their etithnsi.vin and let off a
U . i '.i.t t r.
' nunured iranx. as pn Ttiinin ikkiiii lor
s'end rebel Gnerab to Congres to
! make laws nnllifvir." cverv ftct and re
sult rf the Trar, and pHtinto the canva.-1
ai their standard hearer a man with no
rceord as a hU teaman hut whoe reeoin-
mendation to northern voter-is that he
w:w a Ceneral in the L mon army, i ,. m lnv journais 0f tl(. naW ,v
Thoy tried to catch Un'on rotcn. with ' a;mbtfll 'eAYaJr, and have, in miii. few
this pAlttc .lecoy when they nominated .;taiH.,w, thrown out inmlting ?lur
McClellan. The thing did not win. nnnrst Omaha ami her tiw. re
Agaii. they corrupted poor Greelev and j ing jtr maUer. For the particular
willing to swrIIow him they cried "on i)t.n,.,it officii; and for the general in
to the Vhkc Hoii.o." Tlio peoj.lo uf formation of our rvA,,.t no would ay
the loyal States cr not received hy that t)lR rnuwu have already been
this attempt to hring tl" Trojan Iiorne rWvwt f,.c.. Hre hointr -re-act and
inide the gates of the Nation ' Capital.
They tried TiMcn. ciph.-r d.patches, hwn ,c,f nMll goMj f,irinmial, eon-hull-dozing,
tr.Uhcing in retunnrig Vcnient and plea-ant buildings and
lioards, stealing vote cingly and hy'.Micd vill he erectetl at once, a ,uffl
Htates, and their Mecca the White cil.m .uu0unt of monev. in the hands
llou.-e, wa.s a thing only of dream?, ami
the hero of Cipher Alley in hLs ditre-s
".Since I was so soon done for,
Why mw I ever begun for?"
And now with ft leader not a.-UtCMiian,
with no experience in civil lif this
party uvaripil by rebel brigadier? pro- tor of sceuring grounds and buildings,
pose to march to a victory which ' !inl every enterprising citizen hould
means the political Rnpremacy of a remember tlretn in thers bu-im-s mat
solid south dictating the laws, their j tei--, and should endeavor, in some
manner and method of execution to the' hbtantial manner, to shntv their up.
loyal ooJdrori ftnd Union men of the
country. Gen. Hancock has left a
rocom mat gives assurance to t Honour- J
nnn democracy, that if he is elected he
will be in their hands like the clay in
the hands of the potior-.
In 1SG3 Andrew Johnson placed Gen.
Honcock in command cf the Iepart
ment of the Gulf, including Louisiana
and Texas. Under his administmtiou
the Union men and Republicans were
crushed out of political exi.-t-'nee in'stiuek by lightning and killeil. la-t
the latter tate and an ex-Confederate! c'fk- wh,le "Mt Ml "" "l11'" rrTv n"M
was made its Governor. A v,tem ofl S. S. Canfield and We-ley Reeil. ot
, , . . i .i . . r i Manton were injurod by a runaw.n iu-
Inhor laws was enacted that put freed- cllltillli01, theL'1. both being iit-cn-ible
men under the most abject peonage, when tonnd lying in the road
Jails were tilled with freed men found judge Gaslin, of the fifth judicial dis-
without passes. These convicts were
hired out to the highest bidders making
the svstem of involuntarv servitude
comineii-. M'... nancoeK was appea.ci j
to Hy petitions and prayers front Union '
men and instead of extending the pro- J
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tcction of the government, ho referred
all such appeals to the rebel Governor i',JtlVr ,,l".v
, . , , . i .. .tfewdavs ao,
1 hrockmorton which Minply resu.ted , - '
in making the "petitioners the target of
fur ku-kluxing and inurdar. No
darker picture call lie found rtn'ihfc
pages of American history than that of
t beguile rings of Union men and frecd
iiT"n in Texas tinder the administration
of GeneraJ Hancock.
Since the nomination of Gcneial
Garfield many incidents in his boyhood
life have been made public showing his
indomitable will In ntdncr himself for
the large place he now holds in thn , mmie hi- escape and has not been cap
hearts of this groat nation. The writer t tired. McKce's condition is quite
has this fresh incident from one who
knows of the facts. On a Saturday
morning while Garfield was in the vil
lage school in Ills sixteenth year, lie
started into the country to get a job to. a pretty extensive industry,
replenish his scanty means. Accosting! We have bad-occasion before tomen
a farmer he asked "him for work, the tw the ungual iiiiiiiIkt and venom
aj j i- .- v v ,1 vfl'attlcsnakes this vear. John Hruch,
fnrmcrrcplnagtn.Mchad iu.no '5' of Vv.t Unuich, wa bitten one night
ccpt some post-holes to be dug but that 1 jft..t wcck niHlIinuflTcrcI considerably
was not lioy's work. Garfield was pcr-Lince. Mr. Shinn. in the same neigh-
sistent and hogged for the job
Thc old '
ftrmer's heart was touched 1
earnestness of the hoy and thinking an
hour or two would take the onthu'ia.-m
vnit of the fellow said he would give him
sixpence An hour. "It's a bargain."
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M It VTill IK.HI, illltl ill. lir'Illl.tll IIH I'm
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farmer ennched the youngstudent with,
a "'dollar of our daddie-" for sixteen
hours of hard labor in diirtrinc: post-
holes on an Ohio farm. I T.as his Creat
fortune to have lccn poor.
a ' lia;i b v
inspired hr:i and developed the future
resn and statesman in the earnest,
manlv how At two vears an orphan,
he had a rich legacv "in his ever faith ml
Othello's occupation way vks gnn
but that is not so with lite Yankee clock
manufacturer who sent an acent out
to China with 500 cases of clocks with
, . , ., . , , ,. .
six and twelve to the case to cstal'hsh
a store in that far-off country. Within
tJverv cl.vk was Sold. The Consul Gen-'
eral at shanghai reports to the fetate
-vji -"' ' -w .jv Mvi -j..
to" the clock trade, and the accnt writes
his cmplorcr that ho could "hare sold
. ,,.. . , ...
AXoulditnot be well to
nicattens With this "land
of the Heathen Chiueo" and let Eng-
land and other countries
wants of these 200.000,
Such a course would lc
the anti-Chinese theories of irianvof
The issues of this cam'petgri arc so
plain that the wayfaring man tho"ugh a
fool need not err therein. The election
nf Tlirwclr llr smith pirrv3 simnlv rrf
secure tlic control of the government
which they sought to accomplish bv
four years -of war and years of bull-dozing,
ku-kluxing and fraud since its
close. His election means the abroii-
tinn and nullifvinp-of all the resnlLs ofsinnT8 drliverctl the bnniL? to thn
the" war, practically mating- tlieAvaraJThey arcaated Jan. 1. 13S0, and are.;
uumre as tue ucxnucrais neciareu ii ui
beiilSG4when thev nortfinated tliat
other distinguished Jddiex. Gen.
STcClcllan. Our foreign representa
tives would "be tire very men who" Were
dfa'ringthe"frf)ellion pleading Wth ng-
lanrT and .France to tccogniro thetcipal, in sums of not less than iL-000:
Southern Confederacv. The on th is
now snouting useu noarse rjver jaart-
cock Wlwreswotv! was tasdaritd W
i " '. I. - Tt
$1 qO a yew is the price
'strike drwn lhosC ftlf-mc trnitr?
I -wlio are mm- livi-ntirftlh c!nfinc
Uho fame of the Rfttcral ho n cuhj-
' mon with the brae men of ottr armv
' was fi&W tlic-- wry mMi ho vcr.
mltnt ,.. n ' ntoaij..i ra.0
;n all hi-torv either arrm r profane
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aiminai ww ur .may in in-si
the devil took the form 6T a erjHnt
in-toad of a lxurliii douioerat and
sOGiifct to educate -Mother Eve.
"TSS STATS FAIS.
The State Fair, whieli b tr.L year to
kC llo(1 ,jn Omaha, has been spoken of
r..oa: , i ,,. ff.r Irmilter have
of rompet' nt rrd reliable men, Inking
provided for the full payment of the
Our enterprising and wid awake
citien.-, J .1 Ihown and O ". Mount,
are deserving of much c: edit for their
generous and prompt potion in theinat-
.reeiarimi Ml'the irne.1 nrk thev have
.o generousiv done for the cite CitT
li'cwa Itcns frcn all over the Str.te.
Tire papulation of Butler ecunty is
S.8S3. David City has J.uOl.
A new German paper lns been
started at Crete.
Thomas Hill. r"idinc in tlr1 Rea'.er
Yallcv. ixin rnilc from Ahlior.. w.i-
triet. is taking a vacation, and has gone
- r r
He i-its Augu-ta. Me-, where
father and mother are still living.
Tl. V.-K-P..11. 'l.M,.-..r.1
,4s that the
RCnonll ,,,.,. ,or :,H kind of .-mpt
have not been better at this time in the
season for -nine years.
A little child of Win R. Shoelor, of
Butler county, was chok'cd to death, a
bv -wallowing a small
lodged in its wind-pipe.
The census taker finds the popula
tion of Rrownville to be only 1.317; 1S3
lc th.in Tnousih for a cit.y if the
second clfi.v according to our
Rural Nebraska, "Omaha, nominates
Hon. W. E. I)ory, of Fremont, for
Governor subject, of course, to the de
cision of the Republican State conven
tion. A man r.r.rtcd MX'illiaiA McKep w.15
shot bv a young man named O'Connor,
in Omaha, on Tuc-dav niglit. a woman
, be invo!vel in the
Colorado parties are making arrange
ments for putting up several thousand
on of baled bay, ii Dodge County, to
be shinned west." This is gcttirtg to bo
borhnod lias killed etgoteen oi the
iieptiles this season, while another
genimiean 01 mat vicinuy nan mice
lately killed in the cellar. Pawnee
An adroit thief "a-t week stole a horse
n.V.I.ih -.. j ,nlnlu inaf AM tltft llflO 1uV.
I twecu furiiJiS and tnwroT cynr.'o.es.
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He was arrested after P. few days'
, Tm , nMnrnnri, donblv
1 sure, he wa hoRiid over in the sum of
$1,000 m each of the counties named,
" onn that no technical Haw might
I -aH m In.; ofatlt tl I
1 lK.i"HV 111 ill"" IIVlMIIIVIll
Charlie Epler. aged about 12 years,
son of Edward Kpler, who resides in
Pierce conniv. some five miles from
Norfolk, was drowned Inst TiTrreday, in
; orth , Fork- In pwpnny with
Oilier oovs lie was on in- way inunt-
from school, when tlyy concluded to
j n n swimming. Ho attempted to
cro tho river, and it wa- while in this
I act lhat hc "" browned.
L n , he t10 of Vnlav f?1?
f mst.. Mrs. oane Claire, motlier of Dick
. , G weil.vnoun here, of Glen
Rock orccinct. wa fotird dead a fowl
I - - - .. a
9r cc her the water was about IS
)rs . CTal ,n,i .Stewart appeared bc -
xiiiC illU v.uiUHr:i jui lit uwviii nil; .r
i a subrKena' and Dr. Crane informs us
' $ " crfrpc showed no evidence of,
ioui piav. anu mat it acnnirs wa a
m drtwnin:r etrnnOTintion,
aUhongh the water was so shallow.
There was a foot log that spanned the
Dn the 14th day ot June, 1ST?, by a
vote 01 1,4 3o for, and 2oo against, the!
people of Platte county vovil to issue
5I0t,0on ot tnc oouds of tire county to
the A. it X. R R Co. if thev would oon-
Struct and opcrst- s road Into Cclum- i
bus. bv tlrs first dav of Julr, 1SS0.
The company have fulfilled Vhcir
paft. Cf tlr contrat, being ahead of
time, and on Fri,lay last the commls-
uue in iwcnvv vprjk -ntcresi uejii- 1
July 1. At S per ccnL, interest payable
annually,. A tar ta to beT Kvied each
year to pay the enrrent interest of $S-
000: alter ten years; the county rav yie
jxiprton of paying a pbrfion of the pnn-
"after ten vears also, an additional ?2i
'.!--. i. ...f
is to oe leviea to meet tne principal at
unnlv 4le water aiuu ne oitt laay m attempting lTliuWr& kt'lS tUrf-fTT Va 3lrc,K7 '
,OM0 of people? ,tocros imu snnpcu aim lauen-ana ffSfcw-. V A Xlvyi
consistent with iiexng mnv ana ncavr T.as unaiv - to , 7rTlr90V7 Y P.V ttrZct'nW Mj&VS4m T I ',
iaeroTit-. jrownniK AuvcrtLser. I lJLBuHII W tiiv, 2-.iy -tV5r "!? .Hts--rKjmm.
of the Jted'ChittlCiuo
JULY S ISSO.
mis. e. n. n.wtteY.
? TEA MrROK
Vocal and Instrtfaieiitall
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RED CIAH'P. NKR.
Tap eiolrcrt f Krwh MMf f
rat k4 rvrrUilBC la ia Its lht li
m. .ffftntt .. Illbi.
-Shop two doort rth of Mluw'f Jro lor
Groceries and Notions,
Tlie rftiblic generafr" are TtnMtc,l
to call and examine niv g"xtP ini
price", -ts a -base f the pationugt 1
Ston. tirt diMjr north of Mo-hcr
meat marki I,
14-. F NEWHOUSE.
Ursr Gcotls ffttfJ
i:OTS and KtftaEli
Hats, Caps &
lit ad if Made Clothing!
Vie have the Largest
Stock in the Valley and will
not be nn dors old. 0
Give in a call, one ami all.
Hal Vloud litb,
11 I H O rjTr",'mos notT hpfore the rublir toii
K W VI oinuiftke :cney ftcr at norV
XJ VI J X for ui than at anyt'iin? !. cTl
tal not rcjnircd. wrwlll ft-rtjr.n. tl2dsrnd
upwnrdi inailoat home by th imlaitriciut. wen
wi'n:i. bey nnd irl wnnttnl crerywhere. t
wotk f'T u. mw i the tun-.. You cn dcrntx
jour whole time M th work, or only your 'PBre
uionimt". no-othrr businc- will pay yu nearly
nt well, no one wiuinw mj nn " ! w ;"
enonnnil pn' bv rnirisins nt nnm. ftly out
fit abd term fne. A crrat opportunity for ;?
in mouvycJMly .n.l honorab'.r. Addrrtt. Iru
.V Cc.. Auni't.1, iline JX
i n ure eure for inavin. frlinL etrb. eillon.
praitif. jnellisc. if.lls Uratn" nd mil enlr- 1
nienti ol the joint orlltnbi. it "will 'Completely
reraw.t boneirJn HfthrfBt bRrtertlitor ei
inea'.rr. It IS hito .V ood forO Mfor bet
and tii u-cl full trccth,at U liSM ot)ijrear
with jerfcet ft?.r. A wfhbA w art kr.ow
tiKt lea pf"m WFdTfcd 95 yar frh a
"niloint Mf,rrl ptrtaaeently cure
two er Airo tth Kendll,.SpaTln cur. R
niember we claim tt will eiraa honeiain and
cotnrletely remove the bunrh wihout blitsrinf.
Statement Kxde Under Oath.
To whom it may cnetrn-In th ye,ir 1ST1 I
treated with Kendall' spavin Ccrea bonp
In of periral month growth, nearly half a lare
as- Jihenti:. pi cow.t.lcurj 7rpd tw tw
ii c.n ani rrutoved the jenlarficTfTT!, I h'r
woikft thfl horfeerer inee very hard, and he
nerer hf bee laTie.Bor couM I ever ee any iKf
ferene? In the mi ol the hock jointa fiaeo 1
treated him with Ke4aH' Savi Cttm.
Enbtm:h Fails. Vt. Keb.2rth 1S79.
Sworn an4 Mbicr.bol to before ine tbi 25th day
i4 F. A. I). 19. JOUiVO.JKSNE J.P.
Office of U. S. taarfhall. wtera Jift-of Xich.
Kalsmsioo Air. 1Mb. i'J
3. J. Kendall. Kntburh Falb?. Vu-D-nr
Pin I reeeired the two brittle of e tr Sr aim
Cureforrded by cipro in Janrlary tajt. I
atn happ to t-ite tht ti . t perforraM all your
aderiiemet.t calleA for. In three weelu after
I mminfiKii usinztt the paTin wa entirely r
qoi ed ar.J a raluable bor rnftore! to nrlt
dc. Very truly ynur. JOH PARKRK.
Sr4 -.W for iiluitratel circular, which wt
Aink coeST-MitiT j.iwifof its virtue. Jlqrex
'ldy ha cvT WV with lurh untualified Becef
to tur kno-eIe. fr beAt a well 4 tia.
rnceJJ.fcsr rwttlo.or jix bottlej fur to. AVt.
Ci5t3TS n-vve it or ran set it for ro,or t"iH
b teat to any addre oe reipt m iifta by th
prbpnctoT. U. J. KKNDALl.Jkf
Kojborfh Kail VL
C, F, tfooovi5. Ac't. Omaha Neb. 7-2T-ly
P T, ffs CORE
It - !!; ft tZttt.
I a. IaTTw ft,. a
sr &ixVo i 4EjaB 2 v?.yr 0 o wvs
- u: my nMr v?.r tx. zisti tvrajori v. sai
'iCa.mttrmmitMJ rUrtita IrH Cucf Cf ! r , ?, V, 9m '
mam av mm " - "V1 ' - -s. v -a w mm v r .
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ii GH1AST nfcas?t CU O WY6KSiHBtl f
Kl W fM miJmmmmW T. - 3t fa -E "M
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I Tobacco, Cignr,
AND X ITU. UK OT TAXCY
vt. x nK: n v
Ice Crcmm Parlor;
Wher you can alwavs
nice dt-h f lc Crvam dun tig
A tdiaro of tiio public patnnKi
fCf-CfoUY. ihcUiil Kirt dir
M)tith of fitf?Vn ?- M'iiartp
Kn CtAKM, - - N - '
PROUDFIT & MARSH,
flt.sr.KVl. DKAt ElUS t,V
11.1 no II 17 JK
Guide RcL-. - S't4.
KTrrythlnc iuutty kpt In arl eti
come and sec us as we
will not be
S3 ft 8 w a 8
of alt kinds.
They T1 rtKAI -fnr GA3IL and If th.y
bav nrt ht yii want, le yur
order nd thr wilt !Ut tt.
CALL OX THEM
One ,itr nrth efiarWr, and Mr. H0I.COM B
tftlt waitn yu. oitltf
KF.D Cl.oun. NKIJ.
DRV LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
tub uf. xt I?; Tnr. market
ftntrt n( l.mrl Vrtern
mum & mmz,
RED CLOUD NB.
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