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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1881)
bpUBUED EVERT tKVXSDXT A3
EED CLOW, KBBA8KA.
I. L. THOMAS,
"Eternal Vigilance is tkc price of Liberty;' and SJoO a your is the price of thn lied Cloud Chief.
KED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1SS1.
ElKS:-. $1.50 yearifpcidinAdTKice.
4Ttr r rif Ctw v
25RTII-EAFT OH SOUTH-EAST
ail Road together with the C. B. A l which
'urlington Route !
"onr the moktcornt'lrtcline between Ncbraka
V'M-f mid nil point Eattof MiMnuri Kiver.
i'aasencers taking thin line crow the
Jo. Ktvcr at 1'iattsmouth
PJattsmonth Steel Bridge,
Licli bus lutcly be en completed.
iThrongli Pay ;onchc
0 ARE RUN TO
a ami St. LOtiif,
Vhi4re rU re coiii.t-ctions are timdo in union depr?
lor nil loiiilSiiorlli J-in aim.raiu. r "
tbiK route rtart in Nebraska are there
for tree fmiii the various accident
which o Jrcqocntly d lay train
commit tlnougli from the tnoun
taidd. and pnn"enK:n nro thui
Hire or muKliiK roiu cou
nectiuiis when they
take theB. A M.
In force in the Flute, ui well as lull and reliable
infottnntiou rmuired, can be had upon applica
tion to If. A SI. U. it. Agents at auy of the
J riiicipal Mixtion?, or to
16af Oentral Ticket Asent.
J0 o .
W - JD
fe 1 g sS o
! M si
BED XOUI, Xeb.
Yard south of Hampton & Ralston'
shop, on Mam street.
eor constantly on hand an assortment ol
Lumber. Latki, HU Ingles. Doon Wla-
dsiri.LlBe Hair :eiueut. Plaster
, llalldlitir Paper clc.
$ n w a
of all kind.
j- i11 CHEAP for CASH; and If they
have not what yoa want, leave your
f ordar and they will Till it.
CALL ON THEM
o door north of Qarher'f. and Mr.IIOLCOMB
:1 wait on yo. aprltf
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Buggies & Phaetons.
'Ve do not Want Agents
4? WE OFFER OUR
standard Trade Vehicles,
TO THE TRADE.
"xVork that has an established repnta-
. and that can be handled with sat
"X'tion, both to buyer arid-seller.
Send for designs and prices to
EOBINSON WAGON CO.
s.ly -.GRsrnati, Ohio.
0. C. Cam. J- McNwy.
Case & McNeny,
A TTOKXKYsJ AND COVSSEUtt3 AT LAW.
"Will i.ractice In all tho Courti of this State and
Northern K'nw. Collection a well a httea
ted hufineisuu--fultyand effecticely attended to.
Owe:- On Wcbitcr SUeet, one door north
of Garber'c fetoro
E1) CIXH'P, KEB.
T. S. GILHAM,
A TTOItXEY AND COfNsEUm AT LAW.
Office our, door north of Iuilcy Bros.
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORN CY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
AND riBAt. caTATC AQBZT.
Red Clood. Neb.
t3.Pronpt Attention Given to Collection!.
Orricr- with C. II. l'OTTER. t Red Clond
Edwin C. Hawlby.
A TTOKSEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Office over Farley's Drug Store.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Hastings, - Nebraska.
Will practice in all the ConKa or the State.
rrornpt attention given to all husineia cntrostcd
to his care. julyl-7
C. W. Kalkt.
Red Cloud. Neb.
J. I,. KAr.nr.
A TTORNEYH AT LAW REAL ESTATE
Will praclim in all tho Court in Xcbrnilca
und northern Kania: collcciioiif pnjiuptly at
tended to and corrcM'iindcncemlicito 1.
USD CLOUD. iTctrwi.
Alio. Aitcnti for B. A. M. It. II. I-ind!.
I. W. THLLEYS,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
4-Office over Kalcj- Brofi. law office.
EED CLOUD. 2TES3ASSA
ILUFJtT A. IB A II, iTI. D.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Afcistanl Surccon B. . M. It. It. It. C. Office
over Johnhoo A- Crcj is' dry p'-ods itorc. Ri
detice over Ptrkius .E .Mitchell' etoro 190:u
J.'lfl. MOSEiw A, M. I-.
Physician and Surgeon,
Rr.D CLOUD. NEB.
Will pay special nttcntion to Obstetric and
dieccj-e if women Also central mid rfecial
gurscry. I)iel'sc of the Kyc nnd Enr. fhares
tnodrrute. OITice over Slier cr Drue Store.
ltcsidcncc 4ih house north of school hours.
JAS. ;T1. CALLEKDEK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Prompt attendance on all calls in tho practice
of medicines or eurscry.
OOWI.ES, - NEBRASKA.
J. W. MORANVILLE, C. V. 3IOKANVILLE,
COWLES. Kltl. AMBOT, S2B.
aWLES A AMBOY, NEUItASKA.
All prnfetsinnal calls will recoivo our prompt
and careful nttention. 40mti
L Dr. H. A. Baird,
W. N. EICHARDSOU,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA,
'lichcit market irice paid for hogs and cattle.
J. K.Smith S. C. Smith M.B.Tiiorn-sos.
Pres. First Nat. Cah. First LatoTMler First
Bank. Beatrice Nat. Bank Nat. Dink Beat
Neb. Bcatrico Neb. ri.e Neb.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will make collections in any part of the
Unitnd States Sell oschanco upon tho princi
pal eastern oitic5 Loan money upon improved
faros Kcceivedepo iiseubiect to sicht drafts
Allow interest upen tiuio deposits, and trans
act a pcncral Banking business.
ItKFERKNOKS: Omah National Rank. A.
S.PaJdock.U. .S Senator; First National Bank
New York, Canjhridco Valley National Bank,
Csmbridce New York.
JOE. JACOBS. PKurnitToa.
TWO D00US WEST OK BOY S HOME.
Keeps on hand the best brand of Wine.
Liquors. Beer. Ale. and flno Cigars. Aaharof
the public patronage issolicctcd.
PROPRIETOR RED CLOUD
And Staler la- .
All roods ia my Line kept cocrtantly on
hand: and to which I invite the atU&Uva ol
M. L. THOMAS,
THURSDAY, JAN. :!0. 1FSI.
Can tho Icdfas Veto.
Elk vh. "Vilkin. was an
1., .,.. t. ..!..,.. "V'..r,.. -.. nn.l II I.i
uo,uo -uu -HV-...J -.. r.f
yesterday, llie question jnvo!vei u ; jHOcmcnU duimg tho pa.-t year,
the right of an Indian who had evered ( Tj, jjap,.r miij . on ,i.cu-sod i-s
his tribal relatione and redded within soon to be crectetl m West l'oint.
an election di.-trict, fol!o;ving civilized j Wahoo font 'J4.050 letter? and 34,
uvocation?. to vote. 'Hie question in f"6 postal cardd ih.nng the rat
brief it, whether or not an Indian can
be a citizen of the United States. Tho
question is creating a great deal of dis
cussion in the east, and this U likely
to be as famous aa the Tonea Indian
Char!e7 Ec:s' Father.
Christian K. lioss,
Charley llosd, who is
a vi.it to
iu innfnfl oa cit'inip 'Vn
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ouly tidings I have ever received of
Charlev hincc he was stolen wan tho
n" "o'lDK'ytl " "IU"; UCIUVIIIU VIII
Lftlll fltW.r.fVwl wl 1..I..1. .l,kf ..., . ... M .....
ployed, and hope in time to find him.
I have examined over three hundred
lost children in the Ecarch, some of
whom had been stolen, hut none of;
,. ,,11 tii
them was Charley. I would not pay
for a ransom of $20,000. If I riattuiiioiitli h to have a Driving li...,,,, nlir new ,.,- al weather ma-
ind rmid that would have had him ,'i,rX Micmtioii with a capital etock ,. , , , .. . ,.
lot ' 00 "
ong before tin?. As it is 1 have ..pent .V''. ' . r ,,nwIlon P!ll. or interest dwellers at the Capital.
.000 and have not got him. I am ,,. ,lV, "...lndtmni'id!,, .lnil.lM.,. ii.r. New Year'd dav w.id bitter cold, and
tho ransom; I wanted to protect the Work on the hrill,c a(.riMS the Rcp.
community and secure tho thieC3. ublican at Indianola has been temio
As it is I have lost my fortune and ! r.irily suspended,
The divorce suit of. Senator Christi
nncy has bottled down to a case of ac
cusation and recrimination that livals
the Ileecher trial in its mistiness. The
main evidence against Mrs. C. consists
in a series of letters which a man nam
ed Giro, had publidhed, and which he
says were written by her. She pro
nounces them a forgery and has the
credence of the public, on the ground
that a man who would make public
the private letters of a lady, received
when he wad on terms of friendship
with her, would not hesitate to com
mit a forgery. In one case he is a
uiiminai in me eyes ot tne law, and in
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tho other he is a coward anil a erimi-'det
nal in the eyes of all respectable pen-;?
pie. The legal penalty should be the j
same us in cither c.iseaud capital pun
ishment would be a ben efit to Giro,
whatever may have been the conduct
of Mrs. Christiancy. Mr. Giro. Sena
tor Christiancy and Senator Sprague
are champion warriors when lighting
Wiien a man advertises for a part
ner, and wants a young man to put in
a small investment of 100 or $500,
and promises to pay him in realization
of fifty or one bundled per cent, prof
it, don't believe it. When a man of
fers to give away knowledge of the
utmost value for the cure of consump
tion and any and all other diseases,
by merely sending a three-cent postage-stamp
to prepay postage, don't
believe it. When a man prrposed to
make every one else rich, and looks to
other people's interest more than to
his own, don't believe it. When a
man oilers to give you something of
great value, for something of less val
uein other words, give something
for nothing, don't believe it. Many
persons advertise on purpose to filch
men of money gained "by hard labor,
and before entering into any specula
tion which may be offered to you,
take advantage of the many means at
your command and ascertain the facts
with reference to the proposed busi
ness before you invest, and thus save
your money as well as assist in cflect
ually breakitig up all swindling estab
lishmcnts.Ex. r!WT!.-P l,it-.l .,-. e?;M ,-.1. n...l
-..'.A uunuc &. CLlll tlb nuilk ttUU i
every day produces a new candidate I
for the several portfolios, but General
p,Ri.i ,..i, ,1 .. . i i-
Uarhelu who docsu t smoke his ceir
viuwu i .luuhv- iii Lls-ir
is about as reticent as a sphinx, listens
to all comers, salts down the recom
mendations and keeps mum. One
thing appears settled and tli.it is that
Senator Elaine will have a chance to
refuse the portfolio of state. In this
section of the country where Senator
-Blaine has so many friends this an
nouncement will be hailed with satis-
faction. Mr. Blainn is one of the fore-
most leaders of the republican party,
i auuvauiau ut nmu icpiunnuii auu va
ried accomplidlmients, a bold aud bril
liant parliamentarian, and a man who
for years has taken part in every ques-
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tion of state policy brought before the
national legislature. ASiue irom nis
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political quahucations, persoual con-.
be chosen-from tlie representative men
of the party, and that due regard
should be given to the element which,
ikihtig to-secure the nomination ot its
ownrandidate, threw its strength to,
siirwMfnl nnminpo Mr.
Lincoln recognized this rule in the a p-
poiutment of Win. B, Seward to the
state poruono, anu jir. uarneia in ioi-
Iiniu unruiiuuu ji ecrvitu wuicii nit-v
I wiu-noi oesiow to auurccnue-umana
siuerations strong.v urge ins noraina- nen Dotfcosi a
It has always been, the jule that. the. L?LfCIU'Sif
advisers of the Jie'.v
J rer:Xtear ?r aU crcr tio Ste.
Oakland has a free library
K. I..... ,..-r ...-t CC
Auni hUU... .,t ..", . ww
. marriage hcen-es.
i Vjomiifit'rt iTiniiiirv will bo starlwl
!on tho 15th iitftant. j at ui M-uhincnt with tho coinnnK-iion-
The Clarkfcon in&tiiuto at Beatrice, ' era at ihvir gruj value.
L to be tiuifoiitiniivd. I An J4wl rouplo :irflr lhi, cltv nro
1 St. Raul's new l'rcibvterian church soon to onsngo in the litxurv of a
I to dedicatutl 1:l-1 iMindny j l,roarl of proinUe htnt. Tw Would-U'-
J A company to ltore for coal h:w bride i a gra-s widow of -otnc fifty
. be;ii orauiuw! at Decsitur. I (he -untuter!. wiulo the wouldn't-b
' IJutJor rouutv ha4 71
71 .choo! dU -
m W.WW, U..W V.J-.jn .V-
Albion ha made $15.H0 of
ting means to lilt
council are dci
the citv indebted-
Five thousand Mtlmon have been
placed in the Xemaha, near Tecum
heh. The shipment of cattle and hogs
from Wilbur station for 1SS0 foots up
17 o cars.
The citi7cnd of Crete have had an-
j other mill proposition, and $S00 will
I . . ... ... ... .
titionre . L.nitlsev. ol Juniata, doi-
'.soued himself lxit week with slrych-
One hundred thousand California
Salmon have been depustted in the
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I . i ., i- i t
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ere tcd in ftt. Edward, Doone countv,
,i,iniiL the nasi iar
Thirtv-oiio buildings have been
The dwelling house of Mr. David
Sampson, nine mile-j eat of Fremont, I
wad burned last week.
Lincoln'.- new steam engine had ar-
I rived. Jt has been christened after
the chief of the department.
j Five hundred and six ear load of
baled hay have been shipped from
Schuyler during the past year.
Two more run of .tonc will be ad
' ded in tho spring to the llouring mill
at SJ. Edward, IJoone county.
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Alexandra shipped la-t year seven has developed our resources as an ae
car loads or cattle, oighty-two car- of tivo people in a wonderful wav. To
grain, a tiille over 100,000 bushscls. 1 8L.C n i:;tizcn gnicufi,nv throtigh the
One year ago Pierce county war- ,nm,rel,t j,vinna,t;t: position;., while
rants sold at :20 per cent discount. , , , . .-
Now the county does a cash i,ai.j hampered with a pair of Artie over
new. j?hoedanla market ba-ket and um-
I The wagon shops of P. G. Mason
1 r. -,.. ... t.v.ii. ,:. ., .:..n..
;tV Co., at Kalis City, wore partially
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roved by lire last weetc. l.ov
The Grand Jurv of York
stirring up the gamhhng ileus.
Already two have been unearthed.
The agricultural implement ware-
house of Mr. Witte at Crete was dc-
stroyed by lire last week. Loss $1, -
T!wk Tl'i.nrti itt clirkl Kid iiiprnoc
, and have been feeding on the stored
hay of the
armers from Cozad to
1 armors on the Loup arc violently
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i llalljjllil III. i;Ui IIll u,ii; MX A si-
ive. who, on his ilischaigc, took the,
train for the west.
to such an extent ! to require an the day for tho meeting of the first
additional room and an additional , Congress, only eight members of the
teacher. i Senate appeared. From day to clay
Thousands of head of cattle drifted they met and adjourned, no new mem
by tho late storm into the Flatto valley hers aoneariiiL'. A circular wa.s sent
Wm. Tidrow, a resident of Aspin- counted and George Washington hav
wall, Nemaha county, committed sui- ing received 69 of them was declared
cide last week by taking strychnine. ccoC(1. joh Adams received 34
financial trouble. . ., . , . .
and the balance were scattering, each
Falls City is happy oyer the incor-, dcetor thwi hal t b u Q
poratiou of the Kansas Citv, Nebraska . .
it Western railroad which will connect fathers, wiser than their Democratic
it with Kansas City. sons had no use for an elcctorial com-
Thc number of buildings erected j mission or Wattcrson's 100,000 to scat
during the year at St. Paul, Howard the man who wad not elected. The
county, is one hundred and three, at oath was administered to the Trcsi
a cost of about $100,000. dent-elect in presence of both Houses,
Thomas McDonald was found dead (hc Chancellor proclaiming "Long
eighteen north-west of Fort N'iobrara. .,, r.,,rrt ;-,,- ..., r-X,: i . r
He is supposed to have a brother in "" ashmgton, President or
Estonia, Saunders county. State pa- the United btatcs." after which the
pers arc rexuested to copy. 1 1'rcsident, Yice President, Senators and
The Polk county court house at Os-jI,Preaenlativcs retirwl to attend di
ccola was destroyed by fire last week, vine services in St. Paul's Chapel, iu
Tho numerical index court record, accordance with a joint resolution of
county commissioners' proceedings . ,., ,r1,., ir.i. r ,o. .t-
I nnd warrant, honks worn is, in thr
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The B. &. yi. management have deci
ded to distribute an additional 1,500
bushels of seed wheat among the counties-
of Franklin, Harlan, Gosper,
Frontier and Hitchcock.
A fire at Bancroft. Cuming countv.
!:lst week on Thursday dest:
house of in. II. Mever, th
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barelv escaping wnth their hv
dest roved the
y escaping wnth their lives.
After a great deal of labor, the B. fc
M. IU 11. has secured the right of wiv
across the corner of the Otoe reserva -
tion for the sum of twenty-six hundred
The steam flouring mill at wahoo
owned bv Roberts- it Gregory was par-
tialiv destroyed bv fire Saturday after-
nooii. The fire -broke" out again dur -
ing the night and consumed the entire
ibuildimrs and contents. Trio loss was
I $12,000, witTi al)oin$3-,000 of insurance
i ill ousjieiii coiiJOiiuius.
Pawnee county has 7,000 inhabi -
tants. The total value of real proper -
ftv is $1,390,995; ycrsonal,
railroad projerty, $IS,S96.Go; total, ?2-- the Union numbering fullv fortv
m'Vl$hJCKnJiied?rierl men. The old Maasacl
., ..Anfi -t 1 . ..- , .
catsie. ju.uuusueep ana zi,wv nogs in
(w it .m r:;
VrV tuit .
both of Niobra -
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I " ' 'lr . JV i" Tnt stnu:Sere mu TC P16"1 anu P"""'
I P??loiL S1 JSS. Si lJe. Railroad companies are expeo
x ,. h iafuriarci lhbos.
h d -
. . . .
TTrcrnr Roce rrf Fm-nss rmmtv
sacked 27.000 pounds of -wool in six
hours on last Saturday. Tliey have
Dougni iov,uou pounas aunng me eea-
oenis. -j.wvu iiuuuua wue uuuui. wit
ineir own crcut anu tne r-mamuer iv.
! Tin- c.oi.ty tiwurw nf Ad.tm! ttnk"" ninW f Wnnjr the tib
counlv i4 cllsrjr! lv a number of jn-t f f)itrtrr to Ht uld ftftof liNrU
! U'ddinz cittzn? of tho cennty nith
havmj; contrary to thf law, jmcharu
warrant and auditol bllb fsunt ttu
county, which warrant and bilh br
now tirorxt, to turn into the county
jgrtKHit kicK" thu U'ani nt a'out fi
j ihrt-e winters.Thaer County S
Among the curi-wties. of western
life may be mentioned the peculiar
combination at Lockwood. thui coun
ty. In one building, and controlled
bv one family, are a .-tore, iotlliie,
r h oo rhop, aiid htit, but not Iemt, a
neuiiiKiper cttablishmonL How i
this lor a land otllce businc3.Ccntial
WA?HiMrro.v I), C. 1
January 10, 1SS1. J
With Congrodd adjourned for the
last two weeks and the mercury fool
ing around anywhere below zero, the
now deep enough to fulfil Vennor'u
nrognoitic.itions. with diigttdl at (Jen.
was good, the cal-
ler were far less than
gentlemen sent their canU through
' the mail.", iw much as
to jay; "Dear
madam 1 can't take the time to call
'"'"""i L-1" - l-ir- - ""- " ,-",,
i upon vou, but, if vou give a lurty this
year, pray do not forget me."
The Smithsonian Institute is to re
ceive from France some live .-peci-mens
of the tench and roach fish,
whieh""aro to bo cultivated as fish food
by l'rof. Uiard. The uceesd thus far
in pisciculture warrantd the conclu
sion that all our lakes and rivers will
eventually be stocked with all kind of
The late unpleasantness in the way
of weather has hail one singular ef-
I feet upon Washington pedestrians. It
brolla, never fails to bring forth the
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remark: Look at
Only three days out of a circus.
The inauguration of Gen. Garfield,
I II l ,-. Bkv & Ssit m B-k XWB
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j differ very materially from that of
( George Washington on April 30, 1779
jn the city of New York or that of
, ti,. .,.,., i..rr..,.. :.. !.:. :... xi i.
i m iwii4i ;i muun in i in;? ii j . til I ill
4, 1801. On the -Itli. of March 1770,
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rMi ntiil eu!' ilnikuo 1 tnwl iwi i-uk
. ., , , . ,
j rum. Another circular was despatch-
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olnnsoa neiore :i ouorum was bccurod.
- " icngin ootn nouses met in joint
session, the 138 clertori.il votes were
ul" li"u-'- -'xaii.ii u, leui, mis
infatit citv presented a spectacle of
unusual animation. The scattered in
habitants of outlying regions had
gathered to witness the inauguration
of Thomas Jefferson, A single milita
ry company from this city and one
Alexandra with the citizens weTe an
escort as he entered the Senate Cham
ber at 12 o'clock to take the oath and
deliver hid inaugeral. Ilis dress bore
no distinctive badge of office or rank.
i After these ceremonies hc retired to
lll3 lodgings accompanied by the Vice
I President, the Chief Justice and the
heads of departments. The dav and
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evening were given up to the festivi-
'ties, with ttn illumination of tallow
dis music and dances of ye olden
time. In contrast with these cere-
.w.w - ......j r.., w.wv
I rtiittrm nnw liovo ntvio tliaf milit-irv
i T - - - . t
;"1" .--""'' ii.
; tlie 4th, of March from even- State in
a.wT)t?tfnf a a
cnuu UK.U. AUW VT ...W..V.WWM.C
Sixth will march again through the
Tery street hi Baltimore where twenty
T T 19 x i T
jy5113 aS reDei uuucv ent nnning
t thwinnn tfiniT- T-Til-c "P,,llv lfWVfWl
t """" .-.--. - '"TT
ted to sell escnrsion tickets overall
trunk lines. Miles of side track arc
i ,- ,r. . ... .. . nmTnatn
"Cicg iaia in inw i i auummv.
sleeping, cars that will come from all
parts of the country and be used here
jr lodgrg hy those diarterine them
a'nd Alexandria, will be
jcw.-u u.v rj.v. ........ ... .. ...v
bands of iyd,jiags, Xo
i arrival A ord to lb wt s u!ll-
Th r,'KKrau are frttty iU an av
irtx up th next appurtaotutttmt. rr1
to thl wl tlwy ara wtlltii; to lot the
jipprojHatwvn bill Me tkrigh i ab
mft'l any hA. u gir thR a ciwucr;
to nvr a fiiriurn !(, of vt) lime
I apnin in Uii fuwtrr- xutUig a nmoH of
tho bKxxus ami (lh.
Tin; apfxMntjnent of XaUtau GnSC of
Wcn Virgimit Scrtiry of the Na
vy wa a ?tirprt.40 to ry one. Hj
was a Union ;olHer. ervB! under
1! aye, look to be ahuH 15, witii a
einooth lxv-hko faci u . liable ami
ploamut, and lia. Iwon for jonr U. S.
District Attorney; and ha made a njv.
utation . a 0r'. cbviS otrunal It h
haul that tho nomiitdtton wn mado
with tho concurrence of Gyn. Cinrfiokl,
and that lie will be the Cabinet mum
ber from the South iimlcr the ineom
HauuiUil Hamlin i a rare old fjioo
meu eventy-two years i!, w!k boa.ts
he never wore an ovor-coat in lti- lifo.
Tie lat wtn-k the obi Senator has
been on the treet eery day with
out ovon-oat, mulllcr or initteu. while
hii old spiku-tail coat wa. whiikol
about by breezed with tho mercury 13
There are two aides to the question
of regulating th practice of medicine
by law .-n the doctor nro clamoring
that the legislature shall do. We be
lieve there is some sort of "ngul.ition"
about the praetico of law. But it
practically amounts to nothing thai
an oyster supper cannot overcome
There b also room for tho question,
whether it U so indipcnMbly ncce
ary iu medicine.
Itcsidc-d, the fact that it i so eagerly
sought by the. "regular-," a a sort of
mojiupoly, ralher than by the people
themselves, is a little Ftt-pitioud. The
doctors seem to bo a good deal morn
aniioin to "protect" the dear people,
than the people are to receive
their protection. Why not let doctors
stand or fall, on their own reputations,
the same as most other professionals?
PROUDFIT & HARSH,
GENERAL HEALERS IN
H.IIZD W.IK B
Cuirlc ROcli. - Ntb.
V.vtTi thine ucoallr Vrt t in a first tit ,t
Hard iv ft re &'torem.
come and sec us as wc?
will not be
RED CLOUD. NEB
The eholeet of I'rwh incaui. Eowrc
tnniMna CTCirininc in inr uuc inai in mw(
krt niTords. alway. on b-triJ.
-hop two dw south of Sherr' Jrnt tt
05A7'S 5?2CinC JSUICIUS.
rADE mark 7kc Cre at tbaoe makk
Injceire fr ?c
tenty. and all
lEFORe TAtWB.qncDce of sU UTtl UKI3I.
abtic.a lau of Bicmory, onlrfivil. Ur:iuI;
tain in the tactc. Uimatr cf vt'i'-i. I'icinatoi
oM arc. and macr other diicuc Ih4t tctl tu la
canity or Conaruitin an J a i-rcmaiure crat.
'hull prticultr in our r-nnt'hlot. rhc
4!irr to t-nd free ly mail ioeT one. ?T1if
TiCc1 Medicine it iM hi all Jruit M ft
I-er paekac. or lis lackasea fur $. ur will V
ent free by wail n rcca1-t f the money. Ir 4
drcicr THE CRAY MtDICINE iO
NV .1 Jcehaniea Work. t'etriii. Mkh.
MfSoM by li-J5siM ren.raUr. ! K. Ii
Osaka. h'tbH tfhcieiile sstaU 3
Uaorxl ITrthsr:!! Sfcthers!!!
Are jcu JMnr! lat n'irt a-l tr.5cra if rnr
ret br a aiek eb:li u"rrmr and eryin with the
czerueiatiaj lain cjcxttmcleeth! If to. s
once and ct bt:lcff Mrt. tVJnstow'i Soh
inc -yrui'. It will riec ihcpovr liutefuffar
er taJiale! 'Uret cpoa it: there U no
uihtave ah at it. There ; not a mother on earth
who ha l ercr wed it. ahoTi!! not tell yoo at
oote that it will rcxs!:e tba koweif. asUcira
ret to the mother, acl rc'ief asJ healiU ta the
child, operatios 1ib taa je. It il perfc-tly af
to ine ie all eae. anJ rleauat to the tae,asd
ji the prescription of ou of th oldest aol best
feotale t'hy.Mciaa? ani rnnee ia tho Unitta
fetates. Soli ererywhsre. S5 eeeU x bottler
A tezsh, Ccli :? Sen Ttrui
AU te itopi-i. 2ei'ert frequently retail m
a lsrarahle l.nna IHae or CoiraspUoa.
Sr.wa"e il.-oithisl Trswho are erru:n t fre
eK-f In Aithuu. rroa-hitrt. iv3-a. Catarrh.
vosi3nrtiead Tbrwat Pite3e. Kor thirty
ear theTrcche hTe bees reiaxedeJ b
fbyjiciaaf. ad airayj ire pefert -rtLfictl03.
Ihcy are rt ceTr'Se ootrtei hut trawtjrbeea
W.ir-I Kj-r-iJe acrt etaat nu fwr,, nearly an
ijUtb pesr3iiuo. they hare a'tiroel wetl-ente-i
rank amosc tho few L..rl rcmetlfS nf
Jbe se TaUtc tpcaketi p-1 Sniser ae thus
.o eiear at.cl :renr;6ea the Vwte. tyali a:
wenty-Cra cent a lx - erwRre.
!otiee is hereer rtTea.t&at I will exawlet
tJleroM wbxy dc-'tre to ofer thaeueires
ai caidjiatta lor teaeheir f the pnxary cr
COKBCS refcoots er eouer cosaiy. :i;i
asucrjr. Ayru. -intr "eiooer, j".i u-jwa
Pukx oc theJCint iatardar ia the ssvat&j ,l
xanisatl9BS to comsesee 3tOvht a. a;
A. A. Vnrx.
Coaaty Sat-erintesdcsi it PaUic Iutractlea
A buisincss honsc and lot cm "Weo
ster street, good central location for
salcr at a brgain- For particulars call
at the GirrET effio? or address. Tltc
i Cnrrr, Red Cloud JJVb.
Go To W.
Staple $ Fancy Groceries,
TOBACCO & CIGA3BS
Choice Nuts. Fruits. & Confections.
arFrth Krut .d Vj;Hbb S,4l
How Can (save Money
HV m'YINt. MY
Fall and Winvhr Goods of
thev arc worth in Cash.
I sell them at a small profit.
1 make no book account.
1 have but one price.
Clear cash buyers get the
kfii(Tt- f'ome nd r'xamtn Hood undent
UC III II I. pm, at j,j, ,Sd und, lh
-Up Town Store" w.r ltMjM-rifvjlly,
A. S. MARSH.
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
Wire that will make a Visible Fence
Pig Tights Bull Strong H Hono High3
UxU Ki aooardlng to JUt -K Comtrm. In
F. H, CORE,
U7I jx: 3UXX7r vxito
aim iolz xe
GC ts eUtre4 ivm
ts s . r
c r" ii
h-JiJJiTv-tr IT -Ts!v
ri? ,-'.S -: WiII v"V.W MI 9
?.?'iL,t!; v o mvjs z w Afr
tZr fltrsf . a SSr 3? 2
. V&&TMKTXM1tt mtt'llNJ M
IU Wf I VrftfNrr "lil 1LI1 l(E'mT?y ZU ft f3
r . iKiik. nw'iu 4.1-v r t n .- tvj
oa t v-mr i -
hu ctoiD, ,vnn.
I buy all mv
Cioods at what
Barb Fence Wire
D. & M. Depot.
rs yej't71.trCn' t
; .. r( -, - . . -
Jeweler Red Cloud
AND ROAD WAGONS
fcr CatibfM ul TtSZZ 123T U
Ikif on Bnckboard Co
NEW HAVEN, CONK,
Mr tf l
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