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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1881)
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"Eternal Vigilance u the price of liberty," and $150aytarU theprice of the Red Cloud Chief.
RED CLOUD, WKBSTERCa NEBRASKA. THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1SSL
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-4ltlft" fLHa yettixveUit Airiass,
XORTH-EABT OR SOUTH-EAST
JBurKngton Route !
FmN the Bsatteeesatetaliar betweea Nebraska
aetata m4 all aetata Bast or MlseoC.i ?Ur.
ftimitn takiac thia Use erase tka
JSe. Biver at PlaJtsateatk
H arar tka
Plattsmoutli Steel Bridge,
Wklak hat lately saw eaapletaa.
v Thr gk awy Caachca
ARE RUN TO
ssmai . jwaiiPj
Wkere close eeaaeetloaa ara aiada In salon dcpoi
far all peteta Aertk East aad Hoatk. Tralas by
P 1 tklt roata atart in Nebraska ara tkcre-
fere free from tka Tarioaa accMaats
wklch to frequently oVlay train
eeatiac tkroaak from tka saoun
taUs, and passant ers are thui
are of asakiaa; rood con
aeeUons when tkey
Uka tka B. k M.
la tort In tka Bute, at wall aa fall aad reliable
w jBfomatioa reeaitad, eaa be aad apon applica
W Won ta B. A M. K. ft. AgeeU at any of the
riaeiaa! statioa. or ta
lttf Oaaeral Ticket Ageat;
Yard soath of Hampton A Ralston'r
hop, on Main street.
Case astea Uy aa kaadaa aatortaient at
Lata ear. Lata), BMssa;Iea,a)aere Wla.
elewa, Um II air Jaaaaat. Pteatcr
SalMlae; Paper ale.
rkar m& CHI4T far CAS IT; aad If tkey
kate rt wkat yea waat, 1 aava year
niar aad tkajr wiU fiU iU
CALL ON THEM
Oaa U awik ffataat'av aad Kt. HOLCOMB
RED CLOUD. NJEB.
Buggies L Phaetons.
Wc do not Want Agents
WE OFFER OO
-7Stuiaard Trade Vehicles,
-. IToA ihat fcaa an established reputa-
-J. tioa; and that aan be handled with aat
is&ctibo, both to buyer and seller.
Send forcans and prices to
' iXT JOIWBON WAGON" CO.
JKa-i X -aQF" Cincinnati. Ohio.
0 . C. Cibe. Ja MeKaar.
Case & McNeny,
A TIORSEYH XKD OOUN8ELOM AT LAW.
WIU araetiea la all tka Cearti of tfcla fiUU aad
Nortkam Kaaau. Collection! aa well aa litla
tad kaaiaera earfa11y aad ealeieaUy alteaded to.
Ortioa:- Oa Webetar Street, oaa dear aertk
ef Oar aar'a Store.
KKP CLOUP. EB.
, J. S. GILHAM,
A TTOITNEY AKD COUK8ELO AT LAW.
Office om door north of Kaley Brot.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
W. C. REILLY,
and laaai. aaTATi aobtxt.
Bed Cload. XaV.
am.Prespt AtUatlon Oirea ta CoUeettaaa.
Office- wltk C. B. P0TT1. at Bad Cleat
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTOBHBr AKD COUHBBLOB AT LAW.
Office orer Farley'i Drag Stora.
attorney and c0u58el0r at law.
Hactisos, - Nebraska.
Will practice la all tka Coarta of tke State.
Proaipt atUaUea tUea ta all kaaiaeat MtratUd
to kia care, Jalyl-7
U. 8. Kalbt.
C. W. Kaliy,
Red Cload. Nab.
J. L. Kalst.
A TT0RNEY8 AT LAW A REAL XSTATB
Will pracllra la all (ke Coarta la Nekraaka
cd northern Kaarac clleetloat aroaatly at
tended to aad corretrondeace loltclted.
EED CLOTO. Kckaika,
AIM. AceaU for B. A M. B. B. Lasde.
ELBERT A. MALL M.
Physician & Surgeon,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Aeslttaal Baraeoa B. M. R.R. R. a Ollee
Tl... V PMtii' Avm maai itnm. nun
dence over Perkina Jt Mitekell'a atora. 196ai
J. 1H. MOSENA, HI. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
RKD CLOUD. NBB.
Will pay apecial attention to Obatatrtea aad
disease of woaaea Also aenaral aad special
snracry. Dif esses of the Eye and Kar. Ckargaa
moderate. Office over Sharer's Dru Store.
licsidenco 4lk boaie north of ickool koase.
JA8. M. CALLENPER ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Proaapt atteadance oa all calls ia tke praetke
of medicine or snrgery.
COWLES, - - - KEBRABKA.
Dr. H. A. Baird,
W. H. RICHARDSON,
BED CLOUD. KEBRABKA.
ilifhett market price paid for kofe aad eattle.
J. E. Sam S. C. 8mith M.B.Tnoaioir.
Pros. Firtt Nat. Cask. First Late Teller Flrtt
Bank. Beatrice Nat. Bank Nat. aaak aaat
Nab. Beatrice Nab. rise Neb.
RED CLOUD, NER.
Will aaaka collections la aay part of tka
United States Sell ezchaage upoa the priacU
d1 eastern oitie Loan money udob imnrorad
farms Receive deposits subject to sight draft
Allow in tares t open time aepositst asa traas
act a general Banking- basiaaas.
RKraaKKCK3: Omaha National Bank, A.
S.Paddeck.U. .8 Senator: First National Bank
New Yark, Cambridge Valley National Bank.
Cambridge New York.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Tke ehoieeat of Freak meats. Saaaagc
Fowls aad erery thing la tke liae tkat tke mat
ket affords, always aa kaad.
Shop two doera soatk of 8karara drag ate a
PBOPRIBTOR RBB OLOXTB
-Aad fiealav Ia-
OILS 0 VARNISHES
AJlgaeaa ta ay Xiaakaat eeaaiaaUyea
kaad: aadU vatahl Urita tka atteakVna at
iu HENRY COOK.
A Cnga, Call er San Tknat
Asll be ttoaaed. Kcarlaet fraaaaatlY nssMai
a laearakla 1-aac lHaeaee r CaaaasapUaa,
Browa's BnMiekial Treekaa ara eettaia ta gira
S lief la Aetksaa. BreeekirJa. Oeagk. Catarra.
latamptlre aad Tkraat Disease). r thirty
ear the Treekaa kare keea raaaauaeadad by
pkyaiciaaf. aad always hre aarfeetaatiafcitleaip
Ik ay ara aet aaat ar aatiiel hat aatia aaea
Mated br wide aad cataat ate tar aearly aa
atire gcaeratioa. tkey hare attaiacd watl
saeritedTaak aasoagtba few ataple raaasim af
la aga. Pablio fpeakers and Singers aae tkaas
' clear aad treagtfaen tha Voiee- Said at
ItTfft" fee C '"t t hi
M. L. thomab;
THURSDAY, MAE. 94, 1M1.
Thomas L. Bbrbharot, one of the
oldest engineers oa the B. k M, teU
from his engine at the company's yard
in Flattsmouth last Saturday aad was
run over by the cars aad killed.
It it the epiBioa of city
Manderaon, Omaha, that
sued under the old law a Bee aa it
goes into elect, which iaoai the lJak
Hexrt Stork, a Burt coanty irtock
man while on his way to Chicago with
two or three car loads of cattle, fell
through the railroad bridge at Flatta
mouthto the ice below, sustaining
injuries that will prove fatal.
W. C. B. Allxv, Esq., of Omaha, has
stepped to the front with a special pre
mium of a thoroughbred short-horn
bull or heifer (as the winner desires)
for the Nebraska boy who shall raise
the most corn on one acre of ground
during the season of 1881. Now boys
let us hear from you next fall. Bend
to the Secretary of the State Board of
Agriculture for a premium list and
after reading the gentlemen's oier go
to work at the acre of corn ground;
manure it at once and use every
means possible to grow a big crop.
See if you can make your acre pro
duce 200 bushels.
Thr following remarks on bridge
building we clip from the Lincoln
Journal. They aro very appropriate
just at this time.
Bridge building will soon become a
subject of absorbing interest in such
counties as are traversed by our nu
merous little rivers. Heretofore the
management of this business has not
been the most judicious. Some of the
Nebraska counties had not a few years
ago, the best of credit; the need of
bridges has been urgent, and officials
have listened to the clamor of those
incrested, so that bridges have been
constructed on a cheap plan, and
without such guarantees as would pro
tect the counties from loss if the
bridges were swept away by flood or
ice. We are forcibly reminded of this
by noting that the company which pat
in the bridge at Guide Rock, Webster
county, are just now busily engage in
putting it back again. Contrary to
custom, tney nad been induced to give
a guarantee that it would stand three
. ' .a - .."
and it didn't. Most of the
bridges on the Ret
Republican river were
just stuck on piles some iron and
some wooden thriven into the sand,
and the first heavy ice swept them out
like weeds. There was not a suitable
ice-break on the river, so far as a casu
al glance at most of the bridges has
shown. The bridge at Rivertou, only
one beside which is standing on the
river, happened to have a heavy stone
pier in the middle of the stream where
two spans met. Had it not been that
an immense quarry lined the bank at
one end of the bridge, this would also
have "stood up on cornstalks." and
would have left an aching void in the
value received for county bonds. Oa
the smaller streams, where one span
sufficed, the loss has not been great,
but still sufficient to warrant a refor
mation in the manner of contracting
for bridges. The bonds of most any
county m this state, at seven per cent,
interest, are worth dollar for dollar.
and they should not be expended mntil
every dollar of their value has been re
ceived in exchange. In building
bridges hereafter, let one point be in
sisted upon: That the contractors
shall guarantee by suitable bond that
the structure shall remain in good ser
viceable condition for at least twenty
five years. This will not, aa might be
supposed at first thought, enhance the
cost to any appreciable extent The
differenece to the builder between a
bridge that will go out at the first rise
and one that will resist a deluge is
comparatively slight, while to the peo
ple who pay for it the difference
amounts at least to a whole bridge. A
sound iron bridge superstructure will
stand a century, with only an occasion
al re-planking. The substructure can
be made equally longlived, and the
shortest and best way to do it is to
have a sufficient guarantee from the
WASHTwrosT D. C. March If, INI.
The influx of visitors to the Capitol
for the 4th of March was far
than was expected. Trains in
direction were m in auctions, aad ex
tras were put oa for several days, prior
to the Inauguration Thoawande of
people who desired, to get away from
the rigors of a stormy March planned
their visile so as to remain far weeka
here at the Capitol, so that the city k
raU of lingering Tisutors. Tkreaslof
snow-blockades and buuahb at tka
north, while here they
April weather in rides to the
and promenades along our
The days preceeding the foartk were
baay aad actava owes aad after it
all over, and President Hayes had
turned over the Nation's White Hi
a calm, tired look aet-
tled.upon the faces of
strangers. The gash aad
wasgoaa, thegarlaada aad wHaerm,
the zaneie aad died away, tmatiatr had
lost its brightaesa and beaoty, aad
lappil laairy m W
ral chspsat ca aW brow of eae Dt
wiaery eaaeva tinin aa was the
beaatifal aay, aad caarch goers,
to aae aad hear the toi
Capitol afforded. Several thoav
determiaed to woraara ia the
little Campbellite caarch where Prest
dentOaraeldhm every iabeaUh wor
shipped daring hie loag eerrtce iaCoa-
The new President aad family
tkraaghthe great crowd late
the charch and task seam ta his eld
pew. To pat 5,080 into a apace that
would hold leas than 400 whan packed
like sardines was to much far the good
natored tubers, aad the crowd scatter
ed; and away of them to ether
churches. The Coagregatkmal
Church was packed to oreriowiag
with aear 2,000 worshipper. This
church has the best arranged aadience
roam, and the largest organ in the city
Doctor J. W. BiachoaT the celebrated
blind organist and music composer
presides at the organ and conducts the
music, which is notably ancqualed in
any city. The raetor, Rev. J. D Ran
kin, D. D., is on of the atost able and
eloquent preachers in the denomina
tion. Daring his twelve years' miaia
ry, this church has increased in
membership sixfold. Your correspon
dent was delighted to see Secretary
Windom, who had taken the oath on
Saturday, eater the charch oa Sabbath
morning, and with his Brethren par
take of the bread and wine aa aa em
blem of steadfast allegiance to Christ
the head of the Charch. Dr. Rankin
is widely known as a writer of hyraaa,
and composer of music. Asa potent
instrumentality in the mission of thia
church of the Congregatsonal polity
here at the Capitol, Dr. Rankin edits
"The Pilgrim Press," an eight page
monthly paper in the interests of his
church, which has already secured a
large circalation both at home aud
abroad. A hard worker himself, he
has the faculsy of setting others to
doing, so that his church is most ac
tive in every branch of christian ef
fort. The men who planted it ia IM7
builded better than they knew. Out
of it has sprung Howard University,
Lincoln Mission and Lincoln Memor
ial Church. All honor to General
Howard and a host of noble men who
laid its foundation.
The control of the Senate is to be se
cured to the Democrats by any
means, fair or foul, Common decency
would lead them to wait until the Re
publican vacancies now are filed.
They are not willing to risk such a
venture and Mahone "the sphinx"
give them no assurance that he is to
affiliate with their crowd. Having se
lected his seat with the Republicans
they fear he is to take his politics from
that side of the house. Should the
Democrats attempt to steal the patron
age by fbreiag an early organization,
they will find "Jordan a hard road to
There is a great speculation as to
the probabilities of an extra session.
It is understood that, the President
does not favor it, although it is true
that the administration will be some
what embarrassed by the failure of the
act providing for refunding the bonds
falling due ia May. Had Congress
passed the bill without making war
upon the National Banks, the loan
would hare been taken rapidly at
even three per cent. Soch a bill
would not have been voted by Press
dent Hayes. The judgement of the
country approved his action; and the
veto turned back a tide that seemed
likely ta sweep the bosom of destruc
tion over the aasiaem mterests of the
The Cabinet appointments give gen
eral satisfaction. It is a fact that no
previous President has made choice
of svisirs which have been so aniver
sally commended by the pram of all
sectiona. Tbiskaboon of rich prosa
ise and will bring a rich harvest of
great prosperity to the whole land.
The people, let as hope, win have
more business and less of hitter part
isanship than duriag the last foar
TaaiaeoaaiBgof the aew aaaunis
tratioa ariaga hither a host of patriots,
who like "aUcawber," are ready for
aa. There k at
feeliag that the
heaoaofboreaas wiUbe largely chan
ged. " rr"i'W swat
oat U the cold, lam mU that ahare wiU
andaaeasywillhe General GarSekl's
head natal the ias ara oat a
patriots ara feeding from the
iagtaahaaamaraaxm week af a life
sim aactare of Mrs. Hayes which ia
harssflsr ta aava a alaca aaaaa that
of Martha Washington ia the
House, in honor of the noble
taken by Mrs. Hayes ia
wine from aha table at State
The ladies have determined ta lead
Coarmwithaetiaioaa from al
af lienor m
the District of Colathia, The
feed time is smralv
Amiea fata aava a
ta aava a
kiaaeed of aae good
Hamlmltk sadly in need of sosae
vaaMoaal dwell tug hoaaaa.
Ksaaeatthas lea iahshitaak, two
hetek aad aixteea daalhaaa.
aaaarser sasTnrsil $10400
by the rise of the Repablicaa.
A ledge of the Knights of Pythias
has haaa organised at Syracuse.
The river at Alma during the freshet
was aearly two miles wide.
Nebraska Citey's telephone com
pany will shortly begia operations.
The Platte river k higher thaa ever
known before in twenty y
One haadred grists ware hf
the wither amilk oae day last
A sled drawa by a team of elk
created a sensation recently in Beat
A, colony of Germane will soon
locate on the aaae, eoath of Daven
port. The Colnmeie msannercbor cele
brated their fourth aanivaraary last
Grand Island k destined to grow
more thk season than in any previous
Church Howe was hsaged ia
eengy on Shrove Tuesday, at West
A new station will he estalkhed
A charch. school
bank are prospective i
Amos C Pes, of Atbioa, was found
froaen to death on the prairie oa the
A penasaent fairground is talked
of by the Washington County Agri
The lose of sheep will not be as
great in tne Republican vally as was
The dtiasas of Oxford are amoving
toward hatldaag a bridge across the
river at that place.
Sixty barrek of alcohol k manufac
tured daily by the Nebraska City
A Daokta county stock dealer re
cently sold a car load of cattle which
averaged 1,570 aouads each.
It k supposed that aader the new
license law requiring $500 license, Co
lumbus win have four saloons.
It k estimated that a loss of $2,000,
000 in stock will be the result of the
unusually severe winter.
A fracas in Blair last week result
ed in the stabbing of Frank 8utton by
John Turner. Turner escaped.
A movement to secure a telegraph
office in the business portion of the
city k in operation in Hasting.
Nemaha City k certain that the
near futare will see a railroad bridge
across the Missouri at her banks.
Seven two-story brick business
houses are to be built on the corner
of Seventh and Ninth streek, in Lin
coln. The cigar factory at Indianola k in
full blast, aad supplies the trade
west of that place with a good arti
cle. A Mr. Strickler, whose home was
three miles from Lincoln, fall dead
last weak while unloading coal at the
The atone of which the Franklin
academy will be erected is in an
immense quarry two miles soath of
The Omaha aad Wiaaebago Indi
ans are beinc supplied with 2,500
buehek of aeed wheat for spring
A fire last week in Albion destroy-
ai,uuu or. property. rue re-
mainder of the tawa
to have fred
a barn and
Unonln in IBTa
1b, indicted nad
Will White and Chris
the State board of agriculture,
laying oat a large stock; a
Blackbird, ia Bart coaaty.
An engine and four can at He
hraska Cfty had a narrow eacaae- from
jumping the transfer boat and
itating thssnsilvss ia the mar.
Cat Hvdraaue Gas
Light and Coke eceapeny have entered
BUtaaminettheeitvof Nebraska Gtv
a --- a r
have atovided th sms lives with hollow
walking canes, iawhieh mar he eoa
Bart county was oisaaiseil by act
of the territorial legkiatare Pebraary
lath, latt. The town aim of Taka-
bv act of
taglsgaaniMie approved March 14th,
slaw ia which the oil k
aOtorn lanei, wan resides atasa
miles aoath af tawa, has fenad aatra
leaaaeilea ak farm. He aagsaTto
bore for aaiar aad near the same
stracfc slati. sad at a aaath af fcrtw.
faaarn aia-slsaaa aal Tie
Thasatspsaglils of atasam'itj k
shown by the immense aacraaee of
Dmiiisiik af taw German, eat
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SPANOGLE k FUNK,
HEADQ UARTERS FOR '
Two Doors South of Bank,
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA..
Go To W.
Staple Fancy Groceries,
TOBAGCO & CIGARS
IN TOWN. AI-SO
Choice Huts. Fruits & Confections.
star Fresh Prune and VeeUals Sold on Commiasion.
RKD CLOUD, NER
How Can I save Money
by buying my
Fall and Winter Goods op
Y9 I buy all my
Y III Goods at what
they are worth in Cash.
I sell them at a small profit.
I make no book account.
I have but one price.
Clear cash buyers get the
knif- Come and Examine Good snd ret
DCUint.. pri at UMy a old stand, the
"Up Town Store." Yours Respectfully,
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salaries for SBSthaTl tie aWfC of
raah I bat 1 1 asT.
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toroai br kk walk U aaaqaaHedL
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nwt to tarta ef aay etaer.
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evrryaae to hare a w& jxlaV! tjL
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thta fl. we meat tara tally tp
eaanaaad It. aad sre eatlatW that
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