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fl. L. THOMAS,
Cdtter mh4 Proprietor.
S:-- $1.50 a yew If jt4 It Airiaci.
tot M - Wntm
go klLES OF ROAD.
IthcSllOiT.Eurc anJHAFE rout, between
and nlloints EAST and NORTH.
igtcn, 3Jl0f Tittsturgli, Cincinnati,
JIontrcol.Tcrcato, Detroit, Cluve-
"it ouks tlic IraTclSng publio
Than xl other road in the west.
It is tfcOiVLY ROAD between
tiuicilpHiiflfr Jind Chicg
Fpon which it rn
ILLICIT HOTEL CAES !
Id ndditionithwe and to iilejuenll claw es of
LTelerV. it id FIBST CbASS WEALS at its
VTiMu blA,''"' ' ccuuj wivu.
Tract is frel Bail 1
Its cches tr tie Finest I
i Its Equipment First diss I
i train? arofi Kquipped with with air braKes-
mcntJ'! i ol which combined.
Innit FasiH Speeeai
i Sure and close Ccncecuois I
And everting a passenger can oenre to
t make a journey
fQlCK P jsant & COMIfUiiTAISJjJS I
Mnian Slipcra on all Night Irainsl
IT IS THE
People's Favorite Route
At Council lafis the Through .i rains 01 tnt
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KfflC KaimCPMU torn, wi i is v . -
is-on wihlo hef t travelinic.atnttodatioM
has will buy 1-ar ticket bytnu iwuve mm auu
Ticket fccnts can sell yo11 Through
pickets H tnis Bead and enc: usual
Slcage Pree cf Charge. 4
Isma Tick! OrriCM-1324 Farnam Street,
Cnr.4thJnd at Union Pacific Depot.
IroancU Ulullricket OffiecF-Cor. Brodwar ana
Union l'alSc Transfer Dcjot. . , . .
lenver Offic In Colorado Central ana union
l-jiiilic Tfset OQcc. ..
3an Trancisi Office 2 cw Montsomery tsu
For infornkion, folders, maps. etc.. notob
niiwblo at fowe Ticket OfliccF. address any
aIOLOi iuo njiau, i
W. H. STBHKBTlf
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.Buggies & Phaetons.
We do not Want Agents
WE OFFER OUR
-Standard Trade Vehicles,
TQ- THE TKADE.
Work that lias an established reputa
tion, anil thatrcan be handled witn sat
isfaction, both to buyer and seller.
Send for designs and prices to
ROBINSON AVAGON CO.
-trJy Cincinnati, Ohio.
Quick Time I Through Traine I
Close Connections 1 No Delay-!
TO CHICAGO AND THEE
Voir titrates of Fare will "be made.
Through Cars vriU beran from B.&
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O. C. CASE,
A TTORXnV AT LA1V.
OJpcc one door north of Gurbcr's Store.
BED CLOUD, XKB.
Collections msiile & promptly remitted.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTORXEY AXD COUKeELOR AT LAW.
Office one door north oKaley Brox.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
AND REAL. EBTATB AOE2T.
Red Cloud. Neb.
3Propt Attention Given to Collections.
Orricr- with C. II. rOTTER. at Red Cloud
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Offico over Farley's Drag Store.
A TTORN'EY AND COUNSELOR AT
Juniata, - Neb-
Will practice in all the Courts of the State,
rroinpt attention jriven to all business entrusted
to his care. Oflice on the east side Juni jta
!T. S. Kalxt.
O. W. Kalkt,
Itcd Cloud. Neb.
J. L. Kalkt,
A TT0RNEY8 AT LAW & REAL ESTATE
Will practice in all the Courts in Nebraska
and northern Kansas; collections promptly at
tended to and correspondence solicited.
BED CLOTO, Ketrasbu
Also. AsenU for B. & M. R. B. Lands.
I. W. TCLIiEYS,
.U. S. PenHion Surgeon.
Office over Kaley-Bros. law office.
BED CLOUD. 2TEEBASEA
ELBERT A. H AJLi RI. D.
RED CLOUD, NED.
Assistant Suntcon B. M. R. R. R. a Office
oicr Johnson Ar Creps' dry goods store Resi
disico ovcr-F. Nowhauee's store 196in
J." MM0SENA, M. D. E. SlPES, M. D.
Physicians and Surgeons,
RKD CLOUD. NEB.
Will pay special attention to Obstotrics and
diseases of women Also ueneral and special
sureiTy. Ditcnses of the Kyo and Ear. Charges
moderate. Office over Hhorer's Drug More
Dr. Moseuas residence is 4 honses north of
school house. Dr. Sipes' residence is first bouse
northjof J.Z Thomas. go-1-
JAS. IV. CALLENDER.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Prompt attendanco on all calls in tho practice
of tsedicincs or surgery.
CoVlES, - NEBRASKA.
. tU MORAXVILLK, C. .F.
AM DOT, NKB.
ortrt.PS Jfe AMBOY. KEBUASKA.
.'ill profcssionalcalls will receive onr prompt
nil caremi aiwnuuu
Dr. H. A. Baird,
W. . Richardson. S. Garter.
Eichardson & Garher,
BED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Highest marltet price paid for hogs and cattle.
J E Smith S. C.8ttn M.B.THnm-sOK.
F?A First Nat. Cash. First Late Teller First
B.Btrice Nat-Bank Nat. jank neat-
jjeb. Beatrice Heb. neeneo.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will make collections iu any part of the
Uiitld States-Sell exchance upon the pnnei
pallStern oities-Loan money npon improved
faj-Receivedeposita subject to sijht drafts
ATrTi; TMt nen time deposits, and trans-
ItRFMMcrs: Omaha National, Bank, A.
S.iddeck.tL .SSenaton First NaUonal Bank
NeYOTk,CambridgeYaUey National Rank.
Cwitidce New York.
T JOE. 'JACOBS, roruiOH.
TWO DOORS WE8T OF BOY'8 nOME.
iKtsps on hand the best brand of "Wines.
Lidtei. Beer. Ale. and fine Cigars. A share of
thet;Hi; rotronase isaolieeted.
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THURSDAY, SEIT. 16, 1880. I
NATIONAL BErUBLICAl' 7ICEET.
JAMES A. GARFIELD,
For Vice Frcridml,
CHESTER A. ARTHUR,
of Xrw York.
G. W. COLLINS, afFamic.
J. M. THURSTON, of J)out,la.
JAMES LAIUD, of Adam.
E. K. VALENTINE, of Canting Co.
For Contingent Congramnan.
T. J. MAJORS, ofXamaha Co.
ALRINUS NANCE, of Polk Co.
For Secretary of Stole.
S. J. AJ.EXANDER.'oJrtfi'mm Co.
For Auditor of Fidilie Accounts.
JOHN WALLICIIS, of Hail Co.
G. M. BARTLETT, oflMucaslcr Co.
For Attornq General.
C. J. DILWORTII, of Phelps Co.
For Chin's, of Public- Ldtul and Buildings
A. G. KENDALL, ofHoimrd Co:
For Snpt. of Public Instruction.
W. W. W. JONES, of Lancaster Co.
For Senator 24th District.
C. B. COON, of Thayer Co.
HON. II. S. KrVLBY, of lied Cloud.
For Commissioner ?,d District.
HUGH STEVENSON, of Inmate.
For County Judge.
JNO. R. WILLCOX, of Pal Cloud.
The Republican campaign in Ne
braska, will open in earnest on the 29 lh
of this month. Tlic Hon. Lorenzo
Crounsc will, at that time, address the
people of Red Cloud and vieininy, at
the court house at 7 r. M.
OUB WASHINGTON LETTE3.-
. W.Vs'HINOTON, D. C,
Sept. G, 1S80. )
So far as any discrepancy in the ac-
counts of Captain I fowgatc ns disbure-
ing officer of tho signal service .Bureau
has been reported, I am authorized
to say that the report is false. The
Captain has of late made himself
prominant in an effort to secure by
questionable means the position made
vacant by General Meyer's death, and
to that extent, however great his merits,
deserves condemnation. But he is a
man trusted by all who know him, and
who was lately relieved from the duties
of disbursing officer simply became
his other official duties were enough to '
tax the energies of even so industrious
a man as himself.
Captain Payne, the indomitable in
vader of the Indiau Territory, has writ
ten that he will be in this city before
Congress meets and will push nn inves
tigation of the whole subject, of citizens
rights in the lands he has invaded. He
claims, that the legitimate residents of
the Indian Territory Indians and
otlicrs do not object to anything
which he has done, or proposed; that he
has kept himself within the 1nwM and
that the Iudian oflice, and the authori -
ties generally in this eity have been
misled by reports from interested par
ties. General Grant has refused the presi
dency of the San Pedro Mining Com
pany, Jhe despatches this morning say.
For sonic time past there has been a
story here, said to come from the Gen-
oral ana Mrs. urant, mat ne would coupon get up shouting for 'ILui
make his home in this city. He pre- t, ,,? ito u-nnN n r,Pt m-lmw"
fers it to any other, and if he to able to
live without future employment, I have
no doubt he will do so Washington
owes much to him more than to any
other president since Washington
and would givo him a cordial welcome.
He owncs several pieces of property
Ex-Governer Sheppenl of this Dis
trict '"Boss Sheppenl" writes to his
friends that he is suffering from injuries
received,during the lafe journey to his
Mexican Mines, and irom fever, but
hopes to be restored to fuirYigorsodnelimb him, Ztnco7 Globe.
oi me mines.
InirecentJetterlsaid that at the
next session of Congress, tho. balance
of the Geneva- Award fund would be
distributed, The great obsticle to Con
gressional action in the past has been
the persistent chums of the Insurance
Companies to the balance of the award.
There claims were finally rejected by
the last Congress, on the grounds that
;thcy,.(tlie Insurance Compames) were
not actual loosers, and that they were
paid when shown to bev actual loosers
under the iaw; of 1 874. Tlie;rcmaindic
willnow Jbe distributed, as a partofli
has alreadj-been, toflfcitijww ijpo
w.i r ,-iIL . d&&'i2Z&ZZ:-'s -sr-aH
the prica of Llberti," and
WEBSTER CO. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, ISSa
those "ivlio lost by tlio payment of
heavy war premium1 to thee Insur
ance Couiiuutiea. JlHLi favorable to
the above claw of claimauts have pitt
ed the House time and again, but have
failed lo pas the Senate; At the last
CAion the Sciinte reuued to pas a bill '
v-.mlilr. tn tlio Iiisiiranre Cinntank. '.
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ter over till the next so&iion. Ksox.
leauritlc Cctutj Csnretla.
There will be a county. convention of
the democratio clecto' of 'Avebster
county, at, Rejl ' jCl
An &4fi,v1nl' '
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gard to nomii
to a reprcseftj
f SATI TT
Call for Republican Pet-Cquvtm-j
tion of the 5th JudtcialOwrtpcfc of Jie
bninka. Tlic Republican electors of the 5th
Judicial District are hereby icalled to
send delegates from the Several coun
ties to meet in district convention in
HantingiJ, Nebraska, on Friday, the 1st
day of October A. D., 1880, at 10 o'clock
A.M., to place in nomination a candi
date for the office of District Attorney,
for the 5th Judicial District, and to
transact such other business as may
come before the convention.
The several counties aro entitled to
representation in District Convention
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COUSTIIS. DEL. COUNTIES. DEL.
Adams 11 Harlan G
Buflalo 7 Hitchcock 2
Cheyenne 3 Keith 1
Custer 2 Kearney 5
Dawson 3 Lincoln 3
Furnas 5 I'help" 3
Frontias 1 Red Willow 2
Franklin 5 Sherman 3
Gosper 2 Webster 9
By order of Rep. Dist. Ccn. Com.
A. E. IIakvky, Saji. L. Savidge,
Kearney, Neb., Aujj. 20, 180.
She came intolhe office with a jerk
and a slam. Her hair was cut s'nort
and a patent eye glass straddled her
no.Je. As her wine dropped on the
table she snaimcd. "1 want the busi
"He stands before i
you, madam," "Don't call me 'madam,'
mv ii:iim! is Dr. Clvmer and l want a
buVmeS3 card inserted in the Globe."
V(,. rfi hnvc voll the c0l)Vv"
"Copy! I'd like to know what you're
hero fore, if it isn't to get up advertise-
ments. My name is Dr. Cfymcr. 3iy
office is at the Commercial, No. 502.
Make a regular card and put in, par
ticular attention paid to surgery."
"Very well, Miss " "Don't -Miss'
me. You newspaper men think you're
smart. I tell von there is no such
j Uli ai? M;Ss. o; Mr. There should be
Ln ,i!s,:ni.l:Vrt llftinft for m;lio and
female in the English language. There
is no need of it. I'm a doctor. Is it
anybody's business whether I'm a man
or a woman? l nose two worus snouiu
be buried." "Yes, M I mean doctor,
but tho words must be used some
times." "I tell you there's no need of
them. Your arithmetics, and your law
books, and all your other hcathinish
boolcs always commence a proposition,
'If a man,' why don't they say, 'If a
woman?' There isn't a place in tho
language where the wont "woman
, COuld not be used for the word 'man,'
j flm vjt.0 versa." "Rut, Mad Doclor,
, wlien we tilink of Auditor Lidtke's
case, it secTns all right to have a man
UitlilltC. ill -ifUUlll If lltl 1 J fc It fill Hi-
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damus, would you?" "Ipu will have
one pretty quick if you call me 'Madam'
again." "Then there's Mandrake, tho
pill man, did you overhear of a woman
drake?" "He's a quack." "Then
j there's Hancock, how much enthusiasm
she cackled,. "Then there w:us a famous
professional person who died in Nor
way a few days ago. His profession
was not tho same as yours, but it re
quired equal skill and nerve. We
allied bun 'Ole Bull.' 2sbw suppose
sonic one should call you ole hcifei' ."
But the business manager got no
further with his suppositions; for, by
the way the cane rattle around his
shoulders before ho reached the stairs,
one would have said tlio Doctors name
had been changed from Clvmer to
- Hewa Itcas. boa all cvertia State.'
AusTora Trill soon have an elevator
ETiiwigs sighs Xor a pork packing
cstaJpRiincnt. '' S
Cwmbus talks of buying achemical
Penea Landinsr will have- a steam.
fermto the Dekota side.
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jHStuitn has rrTflivwl tlm ap.rnntcr-
tmeetfo'r its military company,
33ie "Catholies of Albion wul sbon
"boffin worlcoa achemical bculdinir.
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Brldits!are considerably -dariikced In
hXcuha-rxmity byliighwater-t" -
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$150 ayear is tJiepriceoltc
A Cbicnso man intends starting a
wholesale dry goods store in Lincoln
Tliorc are now on the Xcbraska Mei
of the river 100,000 ucs tor uie onui.
convention was called at Palinyra
tn take action for uniform protection
front norsc inicvea.
Hastings v.-IIl clablih a wind null
faetorv on an improved mill, patended
recently by one of her citizen.
At the railroad junction lx?tween
Jackhon and Dakota City in Dakota
county, a new town will oo tarted.
Work has been commenced on the
Nebraska Citv tlutillerv improvement
and a fall force will bo. put on tins
week. ? ;
Thcfioralhnll at tbcFronOHt foir
grouhdis one of the Ik1 arrngd and
most commcKlious of anyiiu tbetUj.
It is said that notwithstarKlinfr the
drought the wheal crop 'of Jlaniilton
will average more per acre than last
Tlio hav industry continuous to de
velop. .Nebraska will furnish Colorado
with a great proportion of what she
Y Another drove of nlicep from Now
fexice v on tho way to trcmont ana
will retch there in about three weeks.
The flock numbers 7200.
There is talk of organizing a G. A. R
post at North Bend, there being no less
than IOO cx-soiuicw wiinin a ramus ui
jjix miles of town.
Dakota county has three saw mill-,
three flouring "mills, thirty schools,
twelve church organizations, with a
population of 3500, mostly American-.
Several men with plenty of capital,
who island ready to form a stock com
pany to build a hotel at Grand Island,
and" furthermore that work will soon
The Hasting Episcopalians have
their new church edifice niistl and
nearly roofed. The Methodists are a
little behind on their church, but it will
be enclosed by the lal of the month.
Two young women recently drove
through the Kcpublican valley with no
escort ami think that it speaks well for
a frontier country that they were never
to much as offered an affront.
Clay of excellent quality for brick b
found" near Ord, Valley county, and a
real brick industry is likely to be de
veloped. Prairie has is used in the
kilns, instead of wood, and the bricks
! manufactured aro of good quality.
Tlio exodus negroes who were
ir.imrlit tn Ilimilinlt Inst imrini' rettirn-
ed to iheir old homes in the south last
Thev found good friends here
braska, but longed for the Jjunny
Tlio road between Blue Springs ami
Beatrice is being pushed forward very
rapidly. The rails have been laid from
Beatrice to the Blue, and the balance
of the grading will soon be finished.
Stromsburg is moving to have a fire
department .since its narrow 'escape
from destruction a few days ago. A
donation of a part of a hook and ladder
apparatus lias been accepted, aim a
meeting will soon be called lo oianize
a. company and equip it.
Recently the legs of a man were
found on the river at St. Paul, and last
week the thighs, and lower portion of
the body were washed ashore at Loup
Ferry. It is thought that a murder
has l)ccn committed and the body cut
up to cover up the crime.
A Columbus inaiij who has just ad
ded InOO sheep to his large flock, says
that there arc capitalists in Chicago
ready to invest hundreds of thousands
of dollars iu sheep in Nebraska on
shares, provided they can find careful
and thoroughly competent men to take
A meeting was recently held in North
Bend to take action respecting the pro
posed crcamerv, which is to be a
branch of the Fremont concern.. There
was considerable interest manifested,
and a committee, to raise the $3000
capital needed, was appointed. It
looks now vs though the North Benders
would be ready for the enterprise as
soon :is work is begun on the Fremont
creamery, which will be by January 1.
There is great kicking against the
imposition, at the republican state con
vention at Lincoln, of making delegates
purchase ice water. Two boys cleared
$19 by this small business and The
Democrat says thev deserve no credit
for their enterprise. It continues
further: "As much as Lincoln has re
ceived from tho hands of the people of
Nebraska and then to charge a repre
sentative body, like the republican
SLttc convention, an nickel each fur a
glass of ice water, is simply an outrage.
L.l-M 1 1 r
r hoever is responsible for
of inc,inno33 should bo s
fur tins piece
shown up to
MRS. O. ITI. HAWLEY,
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RED CLOUD, - NKBBASKA.
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to call and examine :ny gixxis and
prices, as a shaseof tho patronage is
Store, first door north of Mother's
lt-20 F. NEWHOUSE.
Dry Goods and
BOOTS and SllOllS
Hats? Caps. &
Ready Made Clothing!
We have the Largest
Stock in the Valloy and will
not be undersold.
Give us a call, one and all.
Ked Cloud Xeli.
for us than altinytbluc cle. capi
tal nni rmulrrJ. no will Mart jou Jliadar and
upwards mtdeat home by the industrinu. tuna
ronien. boy anil irl nnnteJ KVrrrwhcre. t"
work for tu. now the time. u can dnrute
jonr whole tiiaa to the work, or only ynnr pro
mnnirtiH. no othi-r Lusincv will pay yti nrnriy
M well, no one villinr tu wtirk caw fail to m;ko
enormous p.iy hy tBi,-iKiii: at om-c. Cctlr out
lit and terms ffc. A pre"t pi'rtninty Tur ine
in iaony e.cly nl honorably. AiJrji. J rue
Co.. AuruU. Maine y
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
The mosti racec?fal itemTr rcr diorrrl.
it is rcrtAin in its tflects and dots not blister.
Head nroof telow.
Fkom Kev. P. X. GRANGER,
PrejidinzElderoftheHt. Albw DlstHct.
St. Albans. Vt.. Jan. 20th. 1SW.
Ok. B. J. Kkkdau. rt 'o.. OenU-In rei4x to
rourletlcrl will say that my esrerienee with
Lendll's Soarin Cnre hw been rery satufs
tory iadowl. Three or fonryer aro I ireureil
a bottle of your agent, and with it. rureU a honw
nf lamenoM by a spavin. lat ea-'nn my horse
becamo rery lame and I turned him out for a
few weeks when he becama better, bat when I
put him en Uie rod ho grew worse, when I dis
covered that rinsbono wiu formloit. I proeared
a bottlo of Kendall's Spavin Care and with lei
tb.-in a bttlc enrcl him so that ha is not lame.
neither can the baneh be. fonnd.
Kepectfally yoat. P. N. OIVSUER.
PEIWEVEKANCE WILL TELL.
Stonehton. Mass.. Mareh J6lh,15S0.
B.J. Kendall X Co., (ients; In jnrtie Vt yon
and myself. I think I ouht f It tyou know Uwt
I have reinoTcd two bone !pains with "Kro
daJI's Spariit Cace.' oao very lwe one. don't
dnow how lon?e the spavin hwl ben there. I
have owned the horse euht msnlhs. It Ucxl me
foar months to ttke the larce one o!f and two lor
the suall on. I have osed ten bottles. The
hore is entirely well, not at all stiff, and no
buueb to be ien or felt. This is a wonuorim
inedicide. It is a new thins; here, bntifitdoe
frnll what it his done for mo iu sale will be
very sreat. Uespectlully jrours.
Cras. E. Passu.
eml address for Illustrated Cirralsr which w
think Rtves rositive pnwf nf iu vlrtnes. No
remedr has ever tnet with suc.i unqualified sac
cet to our knowledge, for beast u well a man.
ITice 51. Pr bottle, or x. botues lor 5-j
Hrnpriit hsl it nr pan ceL it fir TOU. or it will
be sunt to nay address on "eeeiptf price by the
nmnnrtnn. 11. J. KKNUALL .fc CO.
7-27-ly Enosbnrjih s'alls Vt.
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AXK A Klferr CLAM
Ice Cream Parlor,
Wheiv yti can 1ity
get a nioe dUh of W Cream dnrinjr
A rhare of the nnMi jwtronstr m
rcovtfuUv nltcitcl. Kirt tUwr
.uih of 'Mitchell & Morhart .
Ilnn Cloci - - NrontuK.
PRQUDFTP & HARSH,
(1ENERAL ni:u.r.tt tx
mi .1 Jin n9.u: e
Guide Rck. - IVc.
Kvrrrtblas utlly Vept la 6rt eU
come and sec us us we
will not be
of 11 kind.
They sell CHEAP fur CASH: o.l If they
have net wh.t you wnt. leave fnur
order aaJ the nfll fill It.
CALL ON THEM
0n door north o m arbor's. ud Mr. II0I.COM tt
will wait oa you. prltl
KTil GbOUD. NEU.
DRY LUMBER A SPKCIALTY.
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