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KVE&T YRVMDAY At
US CLOTS, VXllASti.
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U L. THOMAS,
tt- $1.60 ynr if paid In Ain&et.
"" . ,7 nfTihirtiianilloO a year is tlic pried bf the lied Cloud Chief .
"Eternal Vigilance us th vnce of Liberty, ana y ju . r2
rTTXmKX, NOVBMBfcK ..
iio It Inft - Weiiiri
180 MILES OF ROAD.
the BHOHT. sure andBAFK route between
and till niint EAST and MJlllll.
fcrk, XfciladalpUa, Bcctca, Wash-
i. Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Cianan.tl,
Hoatrtcl, Tcrrato, Detroit, Cleara
It offer the travellm? publlo
Than aDj- other road In the wreU
It is tlieOA'LY HOAD between
leuMcil lllufl and Chicago
tVm which it ran
TILLMAN HOTEL CARS 1
lid addition to these and to pleaae-al! class of
avelcrs. ItKiu-i tinDiui.Aao mr.nwnu.
iTINU SIAXIU. ai. crm -jacu.
:TnelE is Steel Salll
Its cc&cies are the Finest!
Its Equipmint First class I
trains are all Equipped wun wiinairor.
Miller's Cinplertl and all modern im -Bients!
all of which combined.
tui Fattest Bpeeedl
Sure and close Connections I
And aTery thing a pajsenjer can desire to
make a journey
WICK Pleasant &, COMFORTABLE!
illman Sleeper on all Night Trains !
IT IK TH K
People's Favorite Route.
. '..,;i Din, tint Thraurh Trains of the
il: t. vnri..v.trn rn.na the Union Pa-
Ri. HailwaTF depart from. arrlTe at Midline the
iBtne joint Lnion De-ot.
T-V. !. !. ...r.llnir HCMltnllOUIUIina
roii will buy jour ticketa by this Koute WAnd
. e ratl ms 7 l 4 IT II fit
) XltU lAivr- iUl& VA.
all Tictet Agents can sell you Through
Tickets via thir Bead and cheer usual
laggacs ree cf Charge.
Omaha Tjckin Orrirsa i324harnam tre.
Cor mit. ana m iMiinii mmic I'epui
Tearl Street. !. A NW. RV Dei-ot. and
!'..:., 1,.i. TiKTranOr llri.OL.
Denver Office In Colorado Central and Union
Kan Fraaoisco Office 2 New Montgomery St.
o :nrnrmQi;nn folder. mnis. etc. uotob-
f.iinble at Home Ticket Office, address any
agent of the Company, or
HABVIH EUGHITT, W. H. STfifcUfi
Geo 1 Manager. "" a-"-
Case & McNeny,
A TTOBNXYS AT LAW.
Office one door north of Garbrr't Store.
RED CtJOVJi', KEB.
Collections, made & promptly remitted.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTOHSEY AKD COC58ELOR AT LAW.
Office one door north of Kaley Bro.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
J. A. Dillon, ol iecunr.cn, w... c-p.
irn hoase on the Blue at Beatrice
th inter to
iho noxt Pres'ulcntial count.
,..n nf the Caoit.il have not for- . . tnlJ,r u, accommodate 'JOO.OOl
" gotten the weary montli" of 1ST6, when tons 0f ,ce.
F I the Dcacc of this great Nation vw ilii- wafion Miu of turkcyn. 235 iri
turbedovcr this same question, mc hII, paici inrouKn 1U,IW,"V'V;"":L
wonderful bulletin ported by order 01 , day morning ui it -., ,
M. L. THOMAS,
THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1880.
Law week St. Lotiin
luxury of a $125,000 fire.
" W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AND COCNSKLOIl AT LAW.
ND HBAU -TATSt AOltT.
Red Cload. Nab.
W Prompt Attention Giren to Collaetieaa.
Orficr- with C. II. POTTKB. at U Clond
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTORNEY AKD COOMSKLO AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drag Store.
BED CLOTO, ' i:ES-
k ttorNKY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
" IlAftTINOS, - NEIJKASKA.
"Will practice in all the Courts of the Bute.
Prompt attention given to all business sd
to his care. Julyw
Gen. Gaukield celebrated his 49th
birthday at Cleavcland on the 19th of
the present month.
Mark Twain, lecturing on the Sand
wich Inlands, offered to ehow how the
Cannibals ate their food if any lady
would lend him a baby.
The insane assylum of Minnesota
was burned to the ground last week.
Twenty of the poor unfortunates con
fined therein lost their lives in a hor
II. K. Kaucy.
O. W. Kit.tr. .
Kcd Cloud. Neb.
AT LAW a BBAL KSTATt
Will practice in all the Courts in Nebraska
and northern Kna: collcctbmi promptly at
tended to and correst-ondence rolicited.
BED CLOUD, Nebraska,
Alio. Agent for D. 1 M. It. B. !-ds.
I. W. TCLLEYS,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
JsaTOffice over Kaley Bros. law office.
BED CLOUD. KEEBASEA
8fT OP NVBEABgA.
ELBERT A. II A IX HI. D.
RED CLOUD, NEn.
Awiftfliil Surceon B. f; M. H.Jw Tt. C.
over Johuhon A- Crep.' dry good store,
denee over Perkins Mitchell's storo.
PasWssssRlaV'CCW ia sT -SSssssssssssssssssssssssf
Iu lR-4 Skm. r Jf ijs
J. Id. mOSEWA, M. o.
Physician and Surgeon,
HUD CLOUD. NBB.
Will pay special attention to Obstetrics and
Jiteates of women-Also wneral and PeiI
.ureery. DWesiea of the Rye and Kar. Cnargee
inodrrito. Offica oT.r Sharer's Drug Store.
Hrsidence 4th hoM north of school bouse.
JAS. M. CALLEWDER.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Trorapt attendance on all calls in the practice
of medicines or surgery.
CXmi.ES. - NEBRASKA.
Again, as a people, we have cause to
be thankful for the many blessings
ehown us by an indulgent Providence.
In harmony with the proclamation of
the President of the United States, I
would recommend that Thursday, the
25th day of November, be observed by
the citizens of this state as a day of
thanksgiving and prayer.
Let us give grateful thanks for the
blessings of the past, and beseech a
continuance of the Divine favor to us,
as a state and as individuals. While
all have reason to be thankful, let us
not forget the children of sorrow and
want, and out of abundance remember
In testimony whereof I have hereun
to act my hand and caused the great
seat of the State of Nebraska to be
affixed. Done at Lincoln, the 10th day
of November, in the year of our Lord
one thousand, eight hundred and
eighty, and of the independence of the
United States the one hundred and
fifth, and of the state the fourteenth.
By the Governor, Almnus Nance.
S. J. Alexander,
seal. Secretary of State.
tho lamented Senator
"Have has 185 votes and in elected" w
framed and still hangs in the rooms of
the National Congressional Committee.
There will be no 8 to 7 minncss
year. The presidential electors will
meet at their respective nUtc capitals
the first Wednesday in December for
the purpose of casting and certifying
their votes. The votes so cast and
certified will be opened by Vice Presi
dent Wheeler in the presence of both
houses of congr&s on the second
Wednesday of February. The vote
will be canvassed and the result then
declared. The new president will be
inaugurated on March 4, 1881. Ar
rangements are already being made
that will make it by far the most im
posing inauguration that his ever
taken place. Military organizations,
stato delegations, legislative bodies,
excursions and visitors to the number
of 100,000 are expected to be present
on this grand occasion.
Kelley, Barnum and Hewitt will do
well to go slow in their attempt to
throw out the votes of the great state
of New York. There are bristling
bayonets and brave men to use them
in numbers like the leave? of the forest,
who will tolerate no such outrage. It
is a cool piece of impudence to cry
fraud in New York to call off public
attention from their fool hardy perfidy
in countenancing the writing and issu-ino-
nf thi fopjred Morev letter. It is
hoped that the iniquity of this wicked
transaction will yet be fastened upon
the guilty parties and that they will
hereafter exercise their Democratic
genius inside the grates at Sing Sing.
This crime can never be adequately
punished. It hits been one of the most
disgraceful affairs ever known in the
history of American politics, and, if
there is no other fate in store for them,
its originators, aitlers abettors will bo
consigned to everlasting infamy.
Maryland Ls emphatically a bourbon
State, but Surnittsvillc the home of
Mrs. Surratt, hung for her participation
in the assassination of Lincoln gave a
majority for Garfield and Arther. The ( rate 0f 40 bushels a day. The coal is
A ST2AKQE MALTOBMATlQl?.
Whiis, Di:i:, Eo7j: J; Aiefican
C. F. MORANVILLE,
COWL1S 4 ASIBOY, NEBRASKA.
All profeMionalcalls will reeeive our Prompt
ana carciui auenwuu.
Death of a Person who was Phyplcally of
A strange story comes to us from a
reliable source, and it is so full of in
terest, especially to the medical profes
sion, that we give it place. A few
weeks ago, there died a voting man
near Riverton, Franklin county, this
state, at the age of eighteen years. He
was singularly handsome, with gentle
blue eyes and soft hair, and had the
kindest disposition and manner, and
Thus far there has been sixty-tight
applications for eced wheat in Red
Willow county requiring 814 bushela to
fill the orders.
The demand for mechanics at St.
Paul is o great that it U almost an im
possibility for one-half of those demnng
to build to secure builders.
A proposition to vote bond in
Pawnee countv was voted upon on
election dav and carried nearly four to
one. The bonds arc for the B. k M.
The banner republican precinct of
Nebraska i Olive Branch, in Lancas
ter county. It cst 1 05 votes, every
one of them for Garfield and Arthur.
A rattlesnake mine whs discovered
at Willow springs, Valley countv, from
which ten large snakes wcrCdug one
day last week with more to louow.
It is said the B. it M. folk have
secured the transiMjrtation of about
3.000 head of stock directly from ter
ri'torv which was supposed to be con
trolled by the Union 1'acino loins.
The boiler of a Siotix City & Pacific
en-'ine exploded at Blair last week,
blowing the engineer and fireman some
fifty feet distant. Both escaped with a
Two young men of Boono county,
named A. D. and Lewis Ralph, while
out hunting became lofct, and, with
their team of horses, were frozen to
death near Swan Lake. Their bodies
Pierce county went democratic by
nearlv fiftv majority. Cedar by one
hundred, Holt by about the same, ami
Dakota bv lift v. These are the only
democratic counties in the aixin uis
Unoccupied houses and farms to rent
are hard to be found in Washington
countv, but new houses, barm and
other outbuildings meet the eye in
Dr. Matthews, of Brownville, while
going home lost Thursday with a load
of lumber, was thrown under the wagon
and his head and breast severely cnisu
cd in. His injuries may prove fatal.
A Bohemian namad Martin Hanza,
livin" near Schuvler, was thrown from
bis team hist Monday, tire loaded
wagon passing over his body and in
flicting injuries from wlrick he after
The Witver coal mines, south of
Umiilinldi. are shipping coal at the
good seed it is hoped may spread until
the whole State itself is redeemed.
Many of our notable citizens were at
tracted to Fortress Monroe to witness
the great naval review. The President,
members of the Cabinet, officers of the
Army and Navy, and government offi
cials, were among tho distinguished
guesLs. Great preparations had been
made. A score of naval ships with
Hags flying, bands playing and cannons
thundering, made it a scene long to be
remembered. The ball in the evening,
at the Hygcia Hotel, was a grand
affair. The next day the training ships
were visited by the presidential party.
was of course a universal favorite. The , and a four-mile boat race was rowed,
fjgjffr Dr. H. A. Baird,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
W. . HICHARDSOH.
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
'.liithett market price paid tar hojri and cattle.
J. E. Smith S. C. Smith M.B.THom-soK.
Pres. First Nat. Cash. First Late Teller First
Bank. Beatrice Nat. Bank Nat. .nnnk Mat
Neb. Beatrice Neb. nseAeb.
RED CFLUUlf, NKB.
"Will make collections in any part of Ike
nn;u states Sell exchange upon the princi
pal eastern oitie--Loaa BJ PV;iIl
farms Keccive aeponi. uw. '"m J.H
Allow interest npen time deposits, and traae-
frm Receive depoilts su weci i? mn
Allow interest npen time depos:
act a general Bankinc business.
immediate cause of his death was a
tumor in the groin, which had greatly
annoyed him for years, and was repeat
edly opened by physicians. Each in
cision would result in considerable flow
of blood, and the temporary relief of
the patient. But he gradually sank
under the pain and the effect of the
surgical operations till death ended his
A post mortem revealed the strange
fact that he was a double being the
upper half of his body being that of a
perfect woman, and the lower half that
of a perfect man. The bosom, womb,
ovaries and glands were those of a fe
male, while the organs of manhood
were completely developed.
The cause of the tumor that caused
his death was the suppressed men
struation, which it was physically im
possible could escape in the natural
way. Strange and unnatural as this
story sounds, it is strictly true, and
may be verified by inquiry of the mem
bers of the medical profession at River
in which all the vassels were interested
after which the entiro fleet formed
an escort to the President down the
bay, on his return to this city.
Senator Ben Hill would like to see
another political party formed. We
think any reasonable man might make
a choice out of the five which contend
ed for mastery at the late election.
He says he wants a national union
party. If he is sincere he should at
once join the party which elected Gar
field. That is a good enough national
party to last Hill his natural life.
ni,nt ! itirhns thick on an average
The mining beneath the coal is soft,
requiring but little labor to take it out.
The State Reform school at Kearney
is being rapid Iv put up. The walls of
the building are completed, " "
frame work, and the roof is laid, wlwi
completed according to plans, it will
fiirnmmridiitQ about 50 boys. The
building is three stories in height and
stands 46x53 feet on the ground.
OnSaturdav last a farmer named
Ilavward, who lives on the bottom
north of Blair, was on the river with a'
companion hunting geese, and in at
tempting to pull his gun from the bot
tom of the boat, muzzle foremost, the
hammer caught on something, causing
the gun to discharge the contents
striking Mr. Hay ward in the thhigh.
The gun was loaded with buck-shot,
and the consequence was that the bone
was badly shattered and broken, and
the tlesh'was badly torn.
News Items from all 07er the State.
1Ufi:ekces: Omaaa Ssttonu ""
S.Paddeck.U. .8 Senator: First National Bank
New York, Cambridge Valley NaUonal Bank.
Cambridge New York.
JOE. JACOBS, PaoraiiToa.
TWO DOORS "WEST OF BOT'i MOJIB.
Keeps on band the beet brand of Whue.
Liquors. Beer. Ale, and tne Citart. A stare of
the nublio patronage is solioeted.
Buggies & Phaetons.
We do not Want Agem
wb orrtR oxnt
Standard Trad Vehicles,
-TO THE TRADE. "
Work tfcrt basati established reputa
tion and that cafn- belhandled with satisfaction-,
both to buyer and seller.
Send for designs and prices to
KOBINSON WAGON CO'..
a. t Cincinnati, OhiW.
PROriUETOB USD CLOUD
-And State la
OILS 2 VARNISHES
Atf ceodi in my Haelte eeMleauyotV
kani: an ft' which I ivt k ctteaftiev
Washington, I). C,
Nov. 19, 18S0. J
Editor Chirr Among the throng,
these bright autumnal days, promenad
ing our beautiful avenues, are disting
uished personages from the Celestial,
Empire, with their strange dresses,
long cues- and little feet. Sixteen of
the highest dignitaries from that won
derful lrmd, sent here in the interest of
a new treaty, have leased for their win
tcr residence the elegant mansion
known as Boss Shepherd's Home.
In Virginia as well as other southern
slates there is marked disposition to
abandon the old bourbon ideas, and to
adopt the progressive policy of the Re
publican party. With the exception
of Florida, every southern state has fal
len below in2 s majorities, the" voW
cast for Tildcn in 1876. For the past
two years sports show that the south
has enjoyed unprecedented prosperity,
and their crops have exceeded those of
anto bellmn davs. With this improv
ing tendency, it is natural that tin?
people of the south should be thinking
more of money ranking than President
making. It will be' A happy condition
of aflkirs when adf interest becomes
stronger than ptfrty ties. Let us hope
Chat the dawn of a better day is appeaf-
jng, when the comron sense of the'
people will rebel against the dorainar
tibn of the bourbon' l'eiwlcTsv
Great imprest is being manifested in
Falls City ladies arc engaged in raid
ing liquor saloons.
Johnson count cast 1647 votes at
the November election.
Wild geeso at Grand Island sell for
twenty-five cents a piece.
Wahoo has laid the corner stone of a
new Methodist church.
A large number of sheep aro being"
brought into Harlan county.
The Hebron Library association will
soon build a library and reading room.
Grading on the Republican Valley
road is completed to Blue Springs and
A young man named Patterson, was
last week killed near Hastings by a
The Nebraska City distillery is once'
more in operation. The improvement?
have cost about 30,000.
Four hundred and seventy-two grists
were ground in the West Point mills
during the month of October.
Dakota county is enjoying a genuine
building boom, which is confined to no
one section of the county.
St. Mark's Episcopal church, at
Hastings, now approaching comple
tion, is one of the largest in the dio
cese. The corps of B. & M. surveyors have
located s line from Indianola to Den
ver. SerenA other trial lines will be
A farmer named Koeberg. living
near Madison, accidentally shot his son 1
J - 1 T1
1 vriiiie ragr weeic wnue out aeer nun-
Blanks T Blanks 1Y
A full line of Stato Journal Co's.,
Blanks (the standard blanks of the
state) are always kept for ale at tho
Chikk ottice, ana at tne same prices
that thev arc sold at in Lincoln and
Omaha." The following is a partial list
of blanks on hand:
Power of Attorney.
Bills of Sale,
Quit Claim Deeds,
Order of Attachment,
Affidavit of Vendor or Lessor,
Assignment of Mortgage,
Notice of Constable Sale,
Release of Mortgage,
Agreement for Warranty Deed.,
Complaint to keep the Peace.
&c, fcc, &c.
And most all kindJ of blanks ued by
Nebraska- City, is to have a new
morning paper WnSch will be published
eartv in March. Its politics will be re
publican. Twofhirdk of th$ grading on the line
of the Elkhorn Valley road between
Neligh and O'Neil City is already com-
. !the round" house, built at' tferfblk
for'the' Sioux City and Pacific road wuf
be 80x126 in size" and will contain five
Ibey atit CRIAP Ut CASWi atel If tkey
karer.nwkat yea want, leave yew'
tier A tkey will fill H.
CALL ON THEM
Oee eW-urtkefOrVf. ae M'r. HOLCOMB
will wait os ye. ayxitf
RED GLOtlD. liEB-
THIS SPACC ff stEStRVTC 0
New York Clothing House,
HO WILL OCCUPY IT WITH A.V "AD" IX A fW WIXKS.
GO To W. B. ROBY'S
-F O R-
Staple i Fancy Groceries,
TOBACC & CIGA&S
IN TOWN. ALSO
Choice Nut Fruits & Confections.
jFrcflh Fruita and Vegetable 8old on Commission.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
How Can I save Money
BY BUYING MY
Fall and Winter Goods op
I buy all my
Goods at what
they arc worth in Cash.
I sell them at a small profit..
I make no book account.
I have fjut orie price.
Clear cash buyers get the
b, r i - Come and Examine Goodx and get
Cnim. ivjCft at Ltddv'a old stand, the
"Up Town Store." Youra Kespcctfully,
-Atr tt OtAtttasr
MANUFACTURERS OF Tllfl
ACME STEEL Barb Fence Wire
Wire that will make a Visible Fence
Pig Tight, Boll Strong Horst Hih
Factory hear B. & M. DepotV
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ours srtn: t:vt.
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4msiM " til? MibiCIXC i.gi
OeMt..NV. tiese eu avii
fRUlTS, CIGARS, TOBACCO,'
r" Tiixta juo.
ETC . irrc , KTO
0. riuroa KAUMEltS PKODCCH
Fniti Soli a Ssaiiuin.
V share of the public patronage re
taVc particular paina tokex-p on htmi
the very Uvit f ov'iyUluj( In
my lute of ImtineM.
ItED Cl.Ori), - NEBRASKA
" c onTb"
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY
Tit BUT I TM HAtiLtf
MM ftt littral rrlcee
" PROUDPIT L KARSH,
OE.VEltAL UtALKRS !."
Ii.lMtD n.tn H
GHitlc Rck. ?itU;
V.rrrjCtlat oiaaltr ksft l e ant lae
come and see lis as we
will not be
BED CIV14 If el.
Yard fouth of Hampton Jk. KaionV
kop, on Main atrtcL
A Ce3& Call ar fert Thwfr
IiaII be stopped. Reelect freaaeatiy reeelta !
re Iornrable l-oar Urease or Coeeeaietiea.
Brnwo Uroechial Troche are crrtaia to tie
reltrin Anhma. Brooch it is. Coaxkt". Catarrh.
Confaaaptire awl lhrat DltntKS. Kor thirty
jeers the Trecees bare be receeiirjjlei bjr
pbrnciaa. and slvays fire perfect eatiaceeties.
Ttfcf arm mo at or mtriei kt kariac kee
teetr4 fcy -rfHe aad co Uac see far aeartr a'
eetira aeettstkK, tfcy kare Uaiee4 wafl
eriteirsak awoectk few staple resa Hi net
ike ace. PaMie speakers and Siereri te tkese
to clear atd ifrerttita tie Vohe. Ecii ar
NfctJtr lTee lrtrrrj-ir.
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wa, Usbm Ooeease. reaM
PLATT fc FREES
H COREf i4t Rid OtoUt
RrmJy Made CtsOimj.
Wt Itvfl tfc Ltrftci
Sttck i tfM Vaifcy and wi
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