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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1880)
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CD EVERT THURRDAT AT
riiTTXC A o
liter n4 Proprietor.
kl.50 a year If ptidln Adrtnct.
"Eternal Vigilance djhe price of Liberty "and $150 ayetheprieeonheRed Cloud W .
bkd cloud. Chester co. Nebraska. Thursday October 21, isso.
b Si M - Mm
MILES OF ROAD.
IOKT MjreanJSAFE route between
nil acini EAST and NORTH.
It, Philadelphia, Boston, Tftzh-
Buffclo, Pittsburgh, Clndim-ti,
red, Tcrcato, Detroit, Clave-
offers the traveling puhlio
Ian any other road in the vrrfU
intlicOA'LY 110 AD between
:il II tuft and Chicago
V lon which 11 ran
aiAH HOTEL CARS !
finn tit these and to plcaxfi nil ctasFOfl of
IS I Al LOXS. at A) cenU each.
: is Steel SaU!
Its cc&ches are the Finest !
Zts Equipment First class !
1 are nil ICnuiicd wiih with air brake.
Ilrr's ui l( u! nnd nil modern iini ruv-
utr: all ol which com Lined.
Sure and close Connections !
IvrrythirK a pnrfcrjeer can derire to
make u journey
Plea&ant & COMFORTABLE!
O. C. CASE,
A TTOlUfEY AT LAW.
Office one door north of Garbers Store.
ki: nxn. SF.ii.
Cullcctioni made fc promptly remitted.
"' J. S. GILHAM,
A TTOKXEY AND COr.VSEJ.OK AT LAW.
Office onr door north of Kaley Urn.
RED CLOm - NEBRASKA.
W. C. REILLY,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
XV. ANORCAI-R 5TAT a q ezt.
Red Cloud. Neb.
3 Pronijit Attention Oircn to Collection!.
OrrtCK- with C. II. l'OTTER. at Be Wood
Edwin C. Hawley.
i.mn T TAW.
ATTORNEY AND tuu.ior.iAm
nm --F l
I ... .... .!.... t..i r.ittvf ri.tlf 1 ftiwl flffnt II
JV11 UlIlICi ii;wuin"-"-
acendmentx. A di-tinguiMied elergy
Bn, widely known through the South
Stirs Iteai frca an ortr tbe State
Htronislmrg ha hx organized a l're-
A L. TH0!5AS.
Office over Farley's Drug Store,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Juniata, - Nr.11-
Will practice in all the Court of the State.
Prompt attention Kh en to all burineM .entru-ted
j nice 011 in" " - - --:-.;
to his care.
0. W. Kai.ky.
Red Cloud. Neb.
Sleeper on all Night Trains !
it is toe
Iinril Bluff the Ibrough Trains of the
l.v North-Western una the Union l'a
tlwnjf" ilinaitfroni.arrieat induce the
Int I iiion Depot.
wich the lrr t tra clinc arrotnrr.odntion
buv our tirkclF by thus lloute TAml
lAKhl NONE OTIIER.
Itet Agents can sell you Throtga
bets via this Boad and chech usual
Baggage Free of Charge.
ITirKKT Oprmys 1.T2I Farnam Street,
Hth. and at Union Pacine l'enot.
UluPi" Ticket OHicfn Cor. Rrodway nnd
Irl trert5. t. A- .V-W. R'r DcioU und
Ion Pacific Tranfer Depot. .
OUice In Colorado Central and Union
ifin TiM(t OlTifc.
Iinci'co Offite 2 New MontKomery St.
Irfonnation. foldetf, majm, etc . uot ob-
at Home TicKft unices, atiureas any
If thoCouiiiany. or
21 2U3HITT. W. B. STENNETT,
li'I Manager. Uen'l Pass. Ajceut
AT LAW A REAL ESTATE
Will nmclicr In all the n;irt. in KeJ'
and northirn Knnwn; cjillectionp ir..mplly at
tended to and correspondence jolicitil.
BED CLOUD, Kehrasha.
Aho. Acorn for II. A M. R.JJ. Land.
" " I. W. TCLIiEYH,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
fSyOFFirE over Kaley Bro. law office.
BED CLOUD. NEBBASKA
TiiriWDAY, OCT. 21, ISSO.
VA7X0XTAL EEPUBLICAII TIOEXT.
JAMES A. GARFIELD,
For Viol President,
CHESTER A. ARTHUR,
of Xeic York:
O. W. COLLINS, of I'.vcnrr.
J. M. THlR.STON, of Douyln.
JAMES LAIRD, of Adam.
ELBERT A. II AIX HI. D.
RED CLOUD, NEIL
Awistan! Sunreon R. rf- M. U. U. R. C OBlee
over Johni-nn A Crrp'dry K'ods utore. Resi
dence over F. Ncwhauee's store lV6m
J. HI. !IOSEIA, Rl. V.
Physician and Surgeon,
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Will pay sprcinl attention to Obstetric and
dicpfe of women-Abo peneral and special
sursery. DiceuM of the E c nnil Ear. Charges
moderate. Office over HhererV Druic More.
ltcsidence iui uouse norm 01 scuum i.-u-
E. K. VALENTINE, of Cuming Co.
For Contimjmt Conffrctwutn.
T. J. MAJORS, itfXaMaha Co.
ALBINUS NANCE, of Polk Co.
For St rrrtan of State.
S. J. ALEXANDER, oJiffenon Co.
For A nditor of Pnhlic Account.
JOHN WALLICHS, of Hall Co.
G. M. BARTLETT, of Laimidcr Co.
For Attorney Guicral.
C. J. D1LW0RTII, ofPhlps Co.
For Com" a. of Public Lund-t and Buildings
A. G. KENDALL, of Howard Co.
For Supt. of Pnhlic Instruction.
W. W. W. J0N1CS, of Lnncxislcr Co.
For Senator 24A Dhlrid.
C. B. COON, of Thayer Co.
HON. II. S. KALEY, of Bed Cloud.
For Oommitsioncr '',t District.
HUGH STEVENSON, of luacalc
For County Judge.
JNO. R. WILLCOX, of Bed Claud.
For District Attorney. Mh District.
. ,. 1 IC.1I .l.i - ... . ... r.1...
a n'hei tiunn me waraim iur ijhh.w. i;an,iv imllin arc the rage in ia.u
nor, wlniiUeil to your rorropondunt u county.
f weuks .-incc that he hm! known t Work hrw lo'n nuxiie! on
tsutitudw of colored men being killed , panti-o'd new bru-k Mock.
Una the war bv the whites, but had
JnciH" known one published for such
I killing- Hie arena of ftrifo changed
atux' surrender. It was a ntniggle for
fouryear, prior to the farce at Ap
ponuttox, again-t the Union and from
that Lite the Imttle has U'en ngain."t
the Union men of the South. With no
protection from the government, and
many a conflict, thee loyal men hae
K-en forced t Miirrendcr. The South
I coIii of course.
What we may expect of Hancock
nithlm 133 solid votes may begm-od
frmii a ?liL'ht fecrutinv of the record of
the present Congress, lhe lollowin,
rrbel HicfT, lKHit'(l and ."purred, are
esairmen of committees in the U. S.
Senate. Read it votei of the North
who are for Hancock, and make the
ntqiinmtaiicc of the men who even now i
FOULKS & STINE,
MANl'KACrrUKIto OF THE
Tin. l.uv nr-i!s are atHUii to te
etartetl up" in Hall county.
F. S. G.iy, of Red Wing. Nance
county, claim the largest yield of o.tb,
HO bifhvls from le.-v than three acres.
OtH county's corn crop h .aid to be
30 ler cent, larjxer than ever.
Harbinc iJ now ojvued as a tHtion,
with an agent and operator.
A new railroad town called Reynold
is being hutl out in Jeller-on county.
The l'risb terian SvikhI of Nebra.krt
mceU at Urownwlle on the 13th.
Knox county propose to hu; $LV
U00 of bonds for a court house and jail.
Vallev count v will vote on a funding t
bond proposition on NovemlKT 2iL
Eighteen thousand dollars baebeen
expendetl on Nebnvka City' new dis
tillery. The Shelton Clarion i' dead and a
: new paper called The, Clipper has taken
The (. A. R. came out alout 1.200
behind im the grand re-union at Cen-
T tifW 4 r -
ACME STEEL Barb Fence Wire,, Si
UaA a i i.i 5X
r35 BAia 7V, 3ria TAe
.Antr.il thft Ic'itation and make the
i...r,irni -in .1 .1ii.i. flu dnstiiiv 0f tral City.
,111,-1... ..v. ...m..,- - . --. 1 1 .1 ,.P .. .......
mucin v me juiiiie ui hi.-
ollice established seven miles northeiu-t
Tlu now B. &. M. round hoii-u at
J Tlie li't has a strong smclJ of South
urn war naint: The rebel General
v- --- I - ... J-,
M.ev U chairman of the l'ot OHico Lincoln will be completed by tnv nr-ii
:...,.. r.!...i r.. rvi-o .l.Mrniin week in November,
eci'iimittee; reoel t. apt. Coke, cnairni.tn
. II iv i v;ii,ru Hastings ha.i laid out a new addition
folun A burs rebel Col Either., aftur
chsiruiaii IVnions lebel Ctwi. Cock-. ijwlr.u;ai field.
rcll chairman Claim-; rebel Col. liar-J a .-a fe bnrUry occurred hwt week
rL-i.ii. chairman Dist. Columbia; rebel jn .Seward. Twenty-live tlollars were
taken ty tlie hurg-lan.
lunula alnuit Pawnee City arc steadily
Wire that will make a Visible Fence
Pig Tight, Bull Strong a Horse High
Factory near B. 5c M. Depot. .Ml
GO TO W. B. ROBY'S
Senator Garland, of Jell". Davis Con-gr-",
chairman Territories rebel (Jen.
liin-om, chairman Railroads rebel
(Jen J. E. Bailey, chairman Education,' J
ri?n' on tlie
.strength ! prospective
rckl Gen. M. C. Butler, uhniniiaii
CiI Service; rebel Col. Lamar, chair
man Mississippi Levees; rebel Gen.
Mor-Mii, chairman Electoral Count;
rcAtl Gen. Butler, chairman Retrench
ment; rebel Gen. Gordon, chairman
Commerce; rebel Gen. Hill, chairman
Coi.tingent Expenses; rebel Gen. Vest,
cltnirmau Public Service. In the
Ho i-e the followiiig rebels hold chair
mhifhips of committee: rebel Col.
Atlwins Appropriations; rebel Gen.
Hunton Dist. Columbia; rebel ex-Po-st-mftVr
Gen. Reairan. Commerce; rebel
j Work has been begun on the Platte
river bridge south of North Bend, and
will bo rushed to completion.
This week there will be 3,100 head of
cattle shipped fiom Oakdale, over the
S. C. it P. for the east.
The Ashland Bank building is now'
building. It will be of brick, two
stories high, 22 by .0 feet.
There is not an idle man or boy in
Cambridge, its brick making and build
ing demand all the labor that can be
A fire broke out on the edge of Dixon
county on the 5th. and swept down
through Wajne doing considerable
Staple Fancy Groceries
MB AB G) & m-GAMB
IN TOWN. ALSO
Choice Nuts, Fruits & Confections.
carl'resh Fruit and Vegetable Sold on Commission
RED CLOUD. NEB
How Can I save Money
BY BUYING MY
Fall and Winter Goods of
I buy all
(imi Scales. Indian A Hairs; rebel Col. A new butter and eeg house has been
-M.t.i.i.. n,ini-'- n.lii.l f'nl fiiliell. i started in Lincoln by a man who tic-
iiiuruoii .v v- t--p--'-w .- r , .
JAS. HI. CAIXENDER,
PHYSICIAN AHJD SURGEON,
Prompt attendance on all calls in the practice
of medicines or turfiery.
COWI.KS, - NKHIUSKA.
am dot. m.
fhiie, Si5, Hows & istsrieu
HI AC HIKES
COWLKS 4 AMIIOY, NK1HIASKA.
All rrofeional calls will receive our prompt
and carcrnl atteniion 40mC
$s3l Dr. H. A. Baird,
There is at least one democrat in
Lincoln that is ready to admit the truth
in regard to the republican victory in
Indiana which is, that busitneirf men,
principally manufacturers, took an un
usually active part in the late election
through fear that a change of admini
stration would create a stagnation of
trade he says there is no doubt that
many democrats voted the republican
ticket rather than change horses.
Another prominent democrat raised in
thchouth said he had always voted the
democratic ticket hut could not vote
RailrmuLs Confederate VPres. A. H.
Stephens, Coinage; rebel Gen. Vance,
Pattnts; rebel Gen. Cook, Public Build
ings, rebel Gen King, lnter-Occanic
canal, rebel Gen. Gunter, Private Land
Claim-; rebel (Jen. Whilthorne, NaVnl
Allairs rebel Gen. Goode; Education
and Ltbor; rebel Gen. Blackburn," Ex
penditure.- of the War Department, Ac.,
k, Time would fail to tell of all the
other rebels who are now holding posi
tiou'm the Capitol and in the Depart
ment. Tlie alove are given as sainuie
brick from the Solid South.
Pitr the sorrows of poor old English.
Ho lmds the Presidential Jordan a
hard road to travel. His grandmother's
Kichardon. S. Garber.
RED CLOUD. NEBKA6KA.
HiRhcst rnnrket prico paid for Iiors and cattle.
...ill. .. ....... !... ivna r-iiOill- fr Ivllllr-
iwui iK.ii.1 i. " 'V-.V.., . ' .1.., !... i :., e,..!-.,! clinilmv
nipt the best government on earth in!""? " in ""' '" -i-- y
order to get pav for slaves that hjld , acro. lus pathway, ami calls for 3,-
t- - - - Oft! ll.tnnLinn ..!.! rdPfUnt I'll IMF llV
been het free. The real inwardness of i i '"'-.' i-
., , .: , ;n . ,. i;t,f this t nocimen of Southern Democracy
II1U ilCIIllieiuil iiuo n hi luiiii; in iiqui.
during the next two months, when a
great many innocent voters in the
north will realize the fact that they arc
being used as tools by an
this rpecimen of Southern Dcmoc
Septt 5, IS4R, and ly him gobbled
mob to futher
0TO WASHIITGTOIT LETTES.
J. E. pJOTti S.C.Smith M.B.Tnom-sov.
Trc. First Nat. Cash. First Late Tlier First
Bank. Beatrico Nat. Bank KaUirink Reat-
Scb. Bcauice Neb. ne Seb.
Qr "if) 5f
RED CLOUD, NEB.
WilHmake collections in any part of the
rr.;..,i ci,cn pTchansc nnoa the princi
pal eastern oitie Loan money upon lmproTel
rarnit Keceivcdepo its subiect to sight dratts
Allow interest upen time deposits, and trans
act a genera! Banking business.
Urfkckkces: Omaha National Bank. A.
S. Paddock. U. .S Senator: First National Bank
New York. Camhri Ire Valley National Bank,
Cambridse New York.
JOE.1 JACOBS. rKOPRirroK.
TWO DOORS WEST OF BOY 8 HOME.
Keeps on hand the best brand of Wines.
Iiiquers. ueer. aid. anu une uini
the public patronage is soliceted.
irs. A share of
Buggiss & Phaetons.
e do not Want Agents
PROPRIETOR RED CLOUD
WE OFFER OUR
itandard Trade Vehicles,
1' TO THE TRADE.
"fcrorfc that has an established Teputa
TT nnd that can be handled with saU
gjon, both 1 buyer and teller.
,. gj for designs anT xric to
Oct. 17th, 18S0
Editor Chief: The interest in the
election is every day growing more
intense here at the Capital. State as
sociations are in session nightly, and
tons of Republican documents arc
being sent to doubtful voters in every
Northern State. Thousands have left I
for their homes to engage in the work
of the campaign. Money is raised to
help voters unable to pay the expense
of the reduced fare given by nearly all
railroads. The work done by the Natio
nal Republican Committee thus far lvas
been four times that of any previous
Presidential campaign. Every Repub
lican agency is energized by one
thought, a peaceful victory if possible
over the frauds of the solid South.
Letter writing, Hancock, "I" and
brass buttons seem strangely mixed on
Governor's Island. The effusion of
Hancock to representatives of the
shipping interests was "gttsby." Only
106 words, yet "I," candidate, was
shoved in ten times. Hb latest ha?
12S words, and "I" is sandwiched in
with brass buttons eleven times. The
brisk air of New York harbor, and the
coming 13S votes of the Solid South,
have an exhilerating influence upon
this gushing candidate.
The Democratic party stands con
victed before the world of attempting,
in 1876, capture the government by
buying electoral votes wtb "bar'ls" of
money, sandwiched with knives, shot
guns, assassinations and murders. Will
loyal men trust them in 18S0 with their
It is no wonder that the South is solid
for the rebel Democracy. Anned men,
backed by all the power of the Govern
ment, Have, ever since Lee's surrender,
been waging a war for the suppression
of illicit distilling, in the interest of
enforcing the Bevcnue law and the
collection of the whiskey tax:. When
bis any effort in like manner been
iiijiiii- ' iiiiu Tnurmci vttvn na r.-
Fce& T Stile .StiM) ment to suppress murders, night riders
J. D. TCiT, Trop. RED CLOUD. frauds, cr to enforce fb rights of freed-
appropriated. Stealing cents tram
dead men's eyes has never been a
unscrupulous I PH -v me' mald"- hut for
rn schemes.-1 "W!,-N ,hsU nrc lIark aml tn.ck' !!,nt ar(;
vain ' tins grandson oi ms wmow-eu
grandmother always was peculiar and
the motto of his life has been "the devil
take tlie hindmost," grandmother and
all. Let tome mysterious hand write,
as of M, on the door-posts of every
houe in the North, in letters of blood,
$3,9fi4.U'! A widowed grandmothers
pension money ! Receipted for by "Win.
II. EngMuf in 1S16!!! Witnesses,
Jesse D. Bright, U. S. Senator of In
diana, W L. Marcy, Secretary of War;
Isaac Touecy, Attorney General, J. L.
Edwards. Commissioner of Pensions,
each a Democrat of the olden time.
Washington, D. G.,1
scrted McGregor, Iowa, for the capital
The representative of a Chicago firm
has been looking up a location for a
pork packing establishment in Lincoln.
The Humboldt Horse company has
organized so thoroughly as to no longer
be afraid of horse stealing in Chat
There is a remarkable scareitv of
brick-layers in Lincoln at pre-ent.
Contractors aie olleriug $3.50 jrer day
Strickland Post, 13, G. A. R., of
Hastings, established two yeaf ago,
that dual down for a time, Ivas just been
At Xebruska City goods are being
transfer! ud over therixer by wagons,
the river leing so low that it makes
diHieult crowing for the transfer boat.
Ashland is organizing to establish a
permanent district fair. The citizens
are endeavoring to secure takers for
aX) shares of stoch at $10 each to
A committee of the citizens of Madi
son and vicinity has brtm nprjouitctl to
confer with eastern capitalists relative
to the establishment of a creamery at
Lioocls at what
arc wortli in Cash.
1 sell them at a small prolit.
I make no book account.
I have but one price.
Clear cash buyers get the
bi-ir Come and Examine Good and get
Lllini. yxwvt . I.hMvV oM -tand, the
"Up Tow n Store." Vour iti-ypci Ifully,
A. S. MARSH.
We call your attention
The cars are running to Kenesaw
Junction, six miles east of Logan creek,
Wayne Co.. and connection will be
made with the Omaha end of line this
Otoe county has outstanding some
$385,000 in 8 and 10 r cent, interest
bearing lond. The citizens will vote
on the question of refunding at the ap
Score another on the ghostly monu
ment that bears the record of this mis
erly pinching shylock, that now asks
for the suffrages of the business men of
this free countrv. Fhaks.
And Dealer In
OILS g VARNISHED
All goods in my Linekep constantly on
band: and to wnico A invite the
Ixavale, Webster Co.. Xeb.T
October 11th, 1SS0J
W. H. Strohm, Esq:
Chairman of the Republican Central
Committee of Wedster county.
Dear Sir Your esteemed favor of
Sept 10th, also a paper signed by many
of the citizens of the county, requesting
me to accept the nomination of County
Cbmniissioiivr has been received.
Having a dislike for public office and
knowing Iiotv ill qualified I am to dis
charge the duties of the office properly,
caused me to decline being a candi
date, but when tlc party, of which I
have been a member, ever since its
formation, calls me. A party possessing
more excellence than any other politi
cal party ever did possess, I am com
pelled to obey, and if elected will do
my utmost to discharge my whole duty.
Yen- Truly Yours,
A ctmtemr.ornrv- savs; "It is worth
noting that iBore than 75 per cent, of
the failuer in business circles are of
men who do not advertise, or if they
advertise, do so 8pmodically, and, of
course, without results. On the other
hand, the firn -who have successfnlly
ad perilous tines, have been bold any
systematic advertisers, keeping them
selves and their business prominently
before the public'
AXO A FCLL UXE OF FANCY
ALSO A FIRST CLASS
Ice Cream Parlor,
Where you can always
get a nice dish of Ice Cream during
A share rf the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. First door
smith of "Mitchell fc Morhart's.
Red Clol-d, - - Xet.raska.
and Cheapest Stock of
In the Republican Valley.
Years of experience in the trade, has taught us
the wants of the Farmers of this great
Convinced that in your Success lies the itcrest
of all, we offer you the best products of.
Drills, Seeders, Corn Plows with Seeder attach
ments, Sulky Plows, Stirring and Breaking
Plows, Marsh Harvester,
Whitney Marsh Binder, the best machine in the
market, Randolph Header, Newton Wagon,
Buggies, and all kind of
We s-hall spare no efforts to advance the Interest of our Customers. AWay
always happy to show our goods. Oive us a call,
STABLER, DEISHER & CO.
RKD CLOUD. - - Nebraska.
ttrsit mua.t..4 in uuie
l. g ! ef morf ,,-' ,.
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mj i. I r .ur ! iV ft
m.h at iVH r',
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Irr.f n wi ' kt ' 1 - !
"real 4 MHsNef t-J Wr t Jt0-
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0(t ,'l VX' Mtfc' .'0
f-vU kr Wt rf'J7. I - tk
W. H. REED,
BRUITS, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
Grrccn ami Canned
KTl I'D 1TC
.fii I'MOtW. V KM KIN IMWDUrtt
Friiii; Mi Osssissk-s.
V nhare f tb? ihiWh jw4ity
Lnke pMrttcdlMt pi U ti 1mm!
the en W-l of c r UitiK m
n luiw oJ Ul.
OT. H. REED,
tiKunoii). - iiniic
drv r.ruw:u spdmii.tv
tHK HRST 15 TMF. MABRRT
ull tl I.IIM"! lrlcr
pen r nun urn
PROUDFIT & MARSH,
or.sir.AL ii Attn i
mi. i no n9.'iit n
R TOVE S.
CiIc KOcU, - Xt
htrtbir.r BttiUjr kt 5a rt tl
come and sec us as wc
will not be
ivHith of Hamt.Um A. RaUton's
bIi, on 3Iniii ttttcl.
They veil CHEAP Ur CASS, mi if tier
hxre art vast yea waat. Icbt year
rder and tkty witt fiUU.
CALL ON THEM
RED CLOUD. NBB.
t . V&fUiMTMlrTK liKI YK5
BrWjfl AaValK4!BBaBaMaBK4CBlBBBS aW2l
Kiv coavUaUr b baJB xiotiawt f
Unktr, lttt. Nhlnetra. ttmrnwrn Wit.
PLAIT & FREES
Dry Goodn mnd
BOOTH n maOVH
Hat. Caps tu
RcaIj Made CUthinf!
Wt hivt tkt Unttt
Stack i ffM Vallty i w
, am flaa rwr 1971. r CS15E A cau
jr.- mv f tk l.n,riB rf Cagarw. t T7vKa-
F. H CORE, Jeweler. Red Cloud.
Give xx m. oil, oaeaad a&.
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