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'Eternal VMldncc is th-9 price of Liberty' and $1 HO a year i.i tfep-icc Of the Bed Cloud Chief.
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO- NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. APRIL 31. !&!.
t-Jl 1W t& f" SR-!m
mX: 51.53 a yer If jtldia Airtsc.
nortim:a-t ok south-east
Tbii Road tojMber iith tbe C.B- Jti" wLUh
Burlington Route !
I"orm the b1 complete liar between JCebwka
poit.u and all oinU Eartof MJiaoariRiTer.
rzj0tnren takinr thif line crtu the
Mo. Hirer at riaflftaoulh
Plattsmoutli Steel Bridge,
"Which ha lately been computed.
Thread. Pay Coctee
ARE RUN TO .
xmd St. Lni,
Tbcre rli.w rcor.K-tiont arc roade in union dtp"
for!lint?irlbEait andtMiuth. Trn by
thu rtote ?tart in Nebraska are there
fore Irrc from tho vinnai arctdenta
hi-h o trrquf ntly d-lay trains
cveainc throuch Iiom the moun
taidt. red pttftngzT arr thn
jure oficakinc ro-d cn
BMtion wbrn thry
tale the B. X M.
in rrt r in the Ftntc. a well a fnll and relialle
InruTuation tKuirrd. can be bad upon applica
tion to B. i M.K. K. AftuU at any of the
M I'ribcipal (tationn. or to
Utnrral TifVrt Acent.
That this medicine has been
1 1 Q r d (or 35 j ear is
UOh on rate practice.
in all diseases o I the throat J
liiiu mugs lJ,c !;'"'
-r rS?L UHUI.I1 mends.
SvpVo given lL Tut before the
a z ? vi m mm ! w LM
public in 1S69. Trice 25-.
50c and $1. Sample Bot-
ii cUis keep it for Ic We,
fc r !- A- Itrarkrlt.
f ' !e I'rostietors.
sCC-y K.-aa CKy. Mo.
C.j to tlto rr'.iablc :uul well-known
drug t:tml of R. R. Sherf r R-l Cloml,
itilbuvdSl bi'th'. If nfter iisiiiR
"JTvo-tliiril-. von it'l no relief, return
the bnlsince and get your money
Robinson Wagon Co
Bnggieg Jfc Phaetons.
fiend fur desisaa aaJ rricta to
EOBOTSON WACJON 661,
THE HORSE & WAGON.
A XEH BOOK
on the Horse.
His lstorv. truotrc uri
-4 trcalnictt . Alo f iving a lt" of th mt
Inipcoaat and Eflfectiro Remedies
far the cure of the diseases cf th lione
52f Yilcablc to ercry oiracr sod krrcr cf tk"
Publkicd by the KSn:" V1SZS ZZ., 2z2z
t;M, Cf and sea pestajc yclil, to any a&dizs. oa
rtti?t of TitKEcr-ccvr STA'ars.
JBTfi P. KltKS.
FB. nl. r. :. It Cocas.
& li-uc; Heea U. Halt.
Three sheets, TOsSiincivyplite r-apcr. contaia
IiUT elerationv. plans sntl t'c'ail-. f r l5e -1'TS liOU,c:
also boolc of 9 pap3. tiviii3jcjicj:raus, Kauiznl
estimate and fena of cfnVjct invsSciUe to nuj
jsi-i-5 hidj cr drawir.; csatiacts.
Price S2JO0. Scat l-y Ciiii y,-tpi-L ''a TtirJp: cf
rn" H. TL "WALTON,
M0 W. Ninth St.,- Ciocinnatira
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O. C. ClIL Ja. CX.
Case & McNeny,
A TTOnKEyS ASti COU'i5EXWJ AT Uff.
! WHI praetira in 1I lha Coarta of tku ftate and
, Ncrttstrn Kami. Collection M well a llitra-
I nl bKTineM ear-tallr aaa aetuy iiiresww.
I Hn'KK- On WeHler Strart. one door
cf Osrber Sture.
RED OjOL'D, STtl.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTOKNEY ASD COCSSIXOK AT LAW.
Qcr one door north of Kalry liron.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AKD O0C5S1LOE AT LAW.
no meal ea-rA-re aocxt.
RW Cloud. 5b.
uFrmiDt Attention Oive to Otlactios.
Ornc- with C. XI. ItTTTKR. at K4 Cloud
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTORNEY AD C0DXSEM)R AT LAW.
Office orer Farley's Drue Store.
ES CLOTOf TfZB.
attorney and c0ux3ei)r at law.
Hasting, - Nebraska.
Will practice in all tha Cort or the SUta.
Prompt attention irea to all bad". entreated
to hi care. Jalyl-7
U. S. KlLiT.
C. W. Kalit.
Red CUad. Neb.
A TTOKNEYa AT LAW k REAL RSTATR
Will pmctire in all the Onsrt in Kehraik
and nthrn Kana: cUecti.n irunjjUy at
tended to and cbr?eMtndcnrc ulicite-L
A1m. Accnti for B. i il. K- B. Inda.
ELBERT A. MALL !fl. Pa
Physician & Surgeon,
RED CLOUD, MEB.
AmfUn! Surreon B. M. K. R. R- 0. Oftro
oyer Johi.on A Cnv' dry r".d ftor. Be
dencc over Prkin? Mitehell' atore. lim
j n lOSEKA, HI. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
ULhrf nriTi vp
TttH . .i.i.at.1 ndanlinn tn OlMffftrlr !)TliI
Uirra."J "."Uiril ilirv MVII J-a.a
unrery. Dierrf of the Eye unJ Lr. Chsrscs
xniHltrate Oflicc OTrr.ShererV Drnc 8tnre.
Kcr?iJcuc -1th horue north of school Lount.
Dr. H. A. Baird,
I RESIDENT DENTIST.
W. IT. HICHARDSON,
iichest tuarkct i-rica paid fi.r hoc and cattla.
t J. n. Smith S. C. Sutra M.B.THn:nos.
1 Pre. Fimt NaU I'aah. rirt Ite Teller Firtt
t Bank. Beatric Nat. Bank Nat. Bask aeat-
eb. Heatrice Ab. re AaU.
REP CLOUP, KEB.
Will make eolleetlonf in any part of the
United Ftatea 3tll exchange poa the princt
ul eastern oiU Loan money upon improyed
fannr Receive deo' it an iilt to irht drafts
Allow iBtereat kixi tint df,oit2, mad trana
RErcarKcai: Omaha Xational Rank. A.
S. Paddock. IT. -SSeuatnr; Firtt NaUonal Rank
New York. Camhri Ire Valley National Bank.
Cambridge New York.
WOPRIETOR RED CL0tT
And Dealer la
OILS 2 VARNISHES
All geeif in my Liat kept eaavtaaUy ea
ha&'tL and to which I ftmta tin attaatitm e!
RED CL0TJI3; KEB.
- Tbe eh'oileft of Freh wieatt, Sannxer
Fowl and rtrythim w tha Use that the a?
ket aford;. always on kaa4.
VShop two dor mtlrof 8fctliw's drm atora
Tiie sweeping tide of prosperity is
shown by the immense increase of
business in the Patent Office, General
listid-OiSce, P-Jn?JMi-Office,and other
DepartriienLs" of the" Government
Fatent casri, Pelisioft claim"" Con
testetl Land entries, or dtlief" business
placed in" the bands r,f PreabTev &,
i Green, Attorney?; 52? Tth sL,. Waah-
ington D.-CrTttibnive' immedinfs at-
i Enclose stariip' Tor informatioit.-
M. L. THOMAS, ... EDITOR.
TIICBSDAY, APRIL 21, 188L
W.vshiscton and GarftcM are tlc
otih- President of the tmted States
. m i j. i- i m-
that 'beloned to cbarrh.
The XihilHH, five in number, con-'
denined for the aj-.H.vination of the
Czar of ItuKU, were hanged at St.
Peleraburg last Friday.
Thk German government lias pro
hibited tobacco to bovs under eixtwn
l : .1.:..!.: l ... .,
niiu is iiiiiiHyiK nuuui cutung Oil Uie
beer ration.1 in the annv.
A ti3jham nnnnnnrw tbn lnfit,
of tlie King of Abvwinta, killed in
battle with the natives. He has been j
succeetlLHl bv hu aon MirhAoL
Tiin Lincoln Globe says that Neb-
ranka now luw nearly three hundred
Farmer's Alliance clnl and K-fore
fall there will be three hundred more.
It is more than probable that thov will
make their influence felt by the " time
the election of 1382 rolls round.
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hie riaiismoutn itrraUl aavs that a
, , . .
can waa ecn on a large c.ikc ol ice
floating down the Missouri river at that '
place recently." It is safe to sav that ... . . . , , . .
, . , - , eculivc inimess have been brought to
the transportation w:ts free, no one , , , , ., ,'. ,
. . . , .. t bear for several dav upon the Itcpuh-
desinng to go tothesohtarv passen-1,. ,r ii - r i
, , ,. '. r , ihcans. Manv well-informed persons
ger for the purpose of collecting fare. ... ... ". ., , , ,
x predicted that there would be execu-
j tive bessions pending the struggle for
A Kansas girl named Sleepy was majority rule. But, to the surprise of
married to a gentleman by the name j nearly all, the Republicans set their
orTircd. When the ceremony was'&cei determine'- ag'ainst any stp
over the thoughtless young bride sang, ' ejtner Inrkwani or sideways." The
Tm Tired now and Sleepy too, only thing left is to appeal to" the Dem
come put me in." Rut some one ' ocrat to cease their futile and unreas
coughed very loudly, and there was j onable course. Such is the situation on
an agonizing silence of about four thc Potomac. Roth parties have laid
varus long. j town t,e guagc of battle and seem de-
MMMM j termined to fight it out on this line if
A remarkable story comes from , it takes all cummer.
Middleton, Orange county, ". V. It is There are fears that the administra
stated that on the 5th of January, 1869, tion is to be cmbarassed by conflicts
a maiden lady of that place swallowed between Premier Blaine and Senator
a set false teeth. A Jew days ago the j Conkling. The outcropping- in this
laily, Miss Cole, felt a sharp pain near direction are too apparent to leave op
the left shoulder, and upon examining I portunity for au- doubt. Thc issue i
the spot found what appeared like a' joined and the friends of these States
wen under thc skin. With thc aid of m have taken their positions, and
a penknife she extracted a hard sub- hc confirmation or rejection of Hob
stance, which proved to be a tooth, crlson will be thc goal of triumph to
During the pat four days the lady has J he winning faction. It sccun unfor
been cutting teeth all over her "body, ' tunatc but human nature is weak, ami
and had, at last accounts, recovered 'ambition all down the centuries has
twelve of the fourteen teeth formerly beeu a ruling pasion, and this era of
constituting her full set. She is anx-1 Christian civilization is no exception
iously awaiting the other two.
Tta Legislature -rlH hiTe to meet
Tlie matter of congressional annor-
tionment does not seem to be well un-lnuiilw of Sc,iator Carpenter to Mil
derstoiKl in our state, and members of j wuuke. thcir fina' verting place. Sen
thc legislature are in doubt whether tttore Conkling Logan, anmeron and
a special session of that bodv will be Cjckerill of the Senate, and Carlisle,
necessary. Senator Morse," during n'Lapham, Tucker and the members
call at this office yestcrdav, made in- j from Wisconsin accompanied the re
quiry conceruing'it, and he suggested mains to thcir fmal finnl ""ng Ph'
that the answer which we gave to his Si3tUn years ago Saturday, Jefier
inquiries be communicated to the rca- 50n Davi? wm,c seRtctl in St- InuI's
dears of the Republican. As they ' Church, Richmond, was handed a tele
liavc leen made aware, through a tele- pam from General Lee stating that
gram from Senator Van Wvck, the he cou!d 1,( ,on8,r ,,old his PJtion
proposed congressioual apportionment nt I'etersbnrg, and Mr. Davis immedi
bill which passed the houj at a iate ! ately left for hw office, and the city
day of the last Congress failed for want ! was evacuated. For many years the
of time to consider it in the senate. J negroes celebrated Evacuation Day,
Tlie house bill was, we believe, that of hut no programme is announced for
Mr. Cox ; at any rate it fixed the mini- j this year.
ber of representatives under the new
apiortionnicnt at 319. In conversa-
sitm with Congressman Valentine and j niuch like the one which has been agi
othcr members of the last and coming j tating the users of that convenience in
congress at Washington we were in-1 Washington. The troubles there as
formed that in all probability thc new j here, was over thc high rates, charged,
apportionment bill would le on thc j and it resulted there as here, in a sub
same basis ; and we also were inform- sribers association, numlering over
ed that thc republican house would three hundred, giving up the device
most certainly require thc legislatures . utile it can be furnished at lower
of the states to divide their respective . rates. There, as here, too, the general
states into thc number of congressional i manager resigned his position, as a
districts to whieli they are severally i sort of peace offering, and there, as
entitled: Thc all-sufficient reason ' here, again thc matter still remains
given for this was that some of the .unsettled, with, the probabilities of a
southern slates will be entitled to one a compromise that will not satisfy
or more additional congressmen, and either side.
if congress should permit of their elec-1 John Brown's sou! is marching on
tion at large on general state tickets, but his widow being still on this man
the democrats would secure members J dane sphere and in reduced cirenm
to which thc republicans in particular stances asks an appointment to a gov
districts would be entitled. This is the ernment position'iu one of the Dcpart
wholecaseina few words. It will, a xnents. She it" a'lady of middle age,
therefore, on the passage of the law, of fair complexion and still dresses in
be incumbent on thc Governor of Xe- deep moarning. She is entitled to
bniska to call a special session of the .
legislature, to divide the state into '
three distritcts for the three congress-1
men to whom she will entitled. It is
to be regretted, as the Republican
urged during the session, that our leg-
islature-ilid not forego some of its
waste of time and fcilk on the theoret-'
ical and impracticable ''reforms,1' and
provide for tto division of thc state
into congressional districts. To have .
dono this would have been to save
to the state $2o,000 or more, which
the special session -will cost tne people
of the staled B"ut as the republican
legislaturcTdid not setTfit thus to act
in the IctefSt of public economyin
this necessary matter, it nsfains for
thc members to preprae. iheffiselves to
legislafe lafelligenily on. this matter
during the comin;
year. OmaJifi Ecp-
C71 WASSIKS7SX I
POPULATION OF TILE CAPITAL,
Vah:soto.n April IS. 1S1.
An air of nnccrtainty still prevndes
circles, and Uic Neltulooi
iib-a ftdatiniT in and ni,ul the Caoi-1
w-i t, fint Vut M H&.lVaaa'l ImtI nMl
f , . . " ... ,. . .
Jand ikiUvc itattw m tbe pohucal
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plans of either partv. All is doubt
Mahoue in the
jit fired otThb inetoric idea in lines !
and orbit outride of both political j
lartiea and amid these daily con-
parties and amid these tlaiiy
t'ids and tniSKlw it w still ditiicult to
nnlr(tajid itit wberp trravitation will !
finall anchor him. Thu fir little hx"
'lmi1iinniTitiit tn wurt' a. dfuid i
lock in tlie Senate, perfectly harmless
en far m the country w concerned.
! Tlie Mtidom manileftteti by the lrei-
'dent in st&ulfMtly refusing to convene
Congraw extra session is now rec- j
oinnzea uy an. ine .Tenaie nia now ,
j fight all summer over fecuring the or-
Kouizill'on i,d il wil1 "otatusc a rip-
, P,c on lhc rticc of the great jea
'of prosperity ntrw sweeping over our
Republican have nailed their flag
to tbe niaat-hcad. General Uurnside,
j -nator Sherman, -General Hawley
j uud others have voicetl the unanimous
'determination ol the majority never'
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to vield to uic revolutionr' action of
, me majori ij
All the interest which
i - nnvimu dw flia t ? nci rf iiafi it v-
to ages and ages oast.
Tierd with waiting for thc Senate
clone up its business and adjourn,
wax at last decided to remove the
Boslon has been going through a
struggle on the telephone question
anything she may ask. The nation
never discharge the debt of gratitude
due to die meaiory of the heroic man
of whom ii lias been saifi thai the
greatest mistake Governor Wise' ever
made was wlien.he thought he killed
John Brown because he hunching
Thirty thousand 'immigrants arrived!
ih this country during the month of
March and the indications are that
the numler will be far in advanca this
year'of any previous cine. Thc pccti-t
"niary - status cf th?e new confers is
vastly different irom those of former
'years. Tlirough tickets arc purchased
at'the point of elnbsrkation and they
pass directly to" their destination
their futureiomes in the'far wesL
The"" great crowd cf greed v office
5eekcrs"ierpIexetL br the' persistencv.
of boarding houscieepers, and tired 1
I with' waiting- have jjonc "where the
woodbine iwinth. Ifencfforth thtir
poUtical aatbitiimi -will wear a oiabrc
siralrwI tinge Mid tly will err he
oncofoW "vanity of anxttcs. ail ii
Thv "aork mpmlcd during tiw cji
trenie cold iriutcr ha Iwn rmcacd
on the WahiOton Moonnicnt, aad
tins neir Wat, State and Xavy Dcport-
went, and now Ltwy luind-. rc toiling
and srcai wtnpn tlrrrtcka with
crcakine cijaim ar? hftin Leaven
wxrd maeive rrouitc blocks to be
built into thee fain montnncntj' of
the present n-sv to tierpctuate the
memory, and make in th hfcarb. of
unlorn ceneraiiotw. the faith and
roic eadwivow of thr father who laiti j
the foundation of the home of the ,
free in truth, jualice and righwotiiincw,
JitXXlX-J ti-tu Si ZTT. 53 w.
m . m , .V fk.-A
Pawner City liaworn in ix extra
police. Progress is wliat docs lL
0, P. Van Tttyl. CreH', made ome
syrup this spring from" his maple
Loup City folks will substitute a
ikMitooti bridge for thcir unreliable
Artif Footc, Falls Citv, phot himelf
through the hand with a pitol he'
was fooling with.
Ir. Mcserve, of Gage county, i
taking stejn to estnhli-h a igar fac
ton to work on amlcr etne.
U P. engineers ha e legun opera
tions on th line from Columbus, U
connect with the Norfolk branch.
Ix?e A. Adam.-, of the late York
Tidal Hucr, id now one of tbe editor
of the Aurora 2ev$. a greenback
Mr. John Devoy lectured in Omaha
Thursday evening, on Whalf of I Po
land. The audience wa. large and
the atbires highly relished.
Tiie Crete Standard takes the cake
for veracity. It admits that a hog
snowed under in December was taken
out last week, and wa. dead.
Mr. Bohariz, a Ilohcmiau Atrmer
living one ami a half miles southeast
of Crete, had a cow killed by lightning
during the thunder storm of last
Tlie Otoe county grand jury found
six indictments elueflv for per-onal
difficulties called a-ault and batten',
and carrying concealed weapons.
Siii"e the maaiagc of Wallace, of the
Pawnee KnlcrprtM", no baby can be
lorn within twenty-five miles without
getting its advent noticed in thc paper
and if the baby business is dull about
Pawnee he has no ha-itency in reach
ing over to Beatrice, rather than to go
without the pleasing items.
A Mr. Waton, of Atlantic Iowa,
has been spending some days at CrKc.
exercising him?elf and hi greyhounds,
and laying in a stock of health, chas
ing jack rabbit. As thc local papers
don't say anything about the resulb!
of the trial of speed between Mr. W.'s
dogs and thee owned in and about
Crete, it h fair to presume that the
imported canines took the laurels.
As thc road mas'crand C. Sack, the
section foreman of thc B. A' M. at this
place, were riding down the road to
ward Blue Springs on Sundav last on
carload of ties, which was leing putt
ed in front of thc engine, the car
juinMKl thc track, and Mr Sack to
fell as to have half a load of tios
thrown over him. His injuries aro
quite serious, though not fatal. The
road master was slightly bruised.
Thc seminary opened lxtt Wcdncs
hay with a fair number of student"?.
Many of those who were in attendance
last term are engaged in teaching and
work of various kinds, but thcir place
arc filled with new students. We arc
happv to announce thc institution in a
prosperous condition. A more advan
clats of young-people, are coming in
to Utke the place of bme' who were
unable to hold a position in the rapid
ly advancing classes. The work of the
faculty is giving excellent satlsfactioli,
and the fame of the York seminary is
spreading through the entire state.
One of tho beauties of impartial suf
frage was fully illustrated at our
school meeting. Tiie question under
cons-idcration toing the director s rec-,
commdndation that five mill be voted
for teacher's, fund. S. L. Brass headed
the juovc to still lower tho already
larsimonous reccomend. When the
vote was Liken, Sam proudly roe at
the head of hi followers in favor of
four mills, and certainly expected to:
see his wife silently and. uncomplain
ingly do thc same but imagine hi-deep-seated
chagrin when she cast her
ballot in favor of good teachers and
good schools that is. in favor of five
mills. Jnninta Hfrald.
Dakota'ccfcniy L liappy in escaping
tie" ice and water terror which has
been so destructive to life and proper
ty in other river counties. Still we
had a little of it at Covington, where,
by the backing up of a gorge,
thartown was for a day And. a .night
mostly under water front Vix inches to
three, feet, with but the loss of seve'n
hid of cattle, and of tho sad drowning
of Wm. L. Cunningham, an old man
living ttJb milts, above Covington, who )
attempted to ride" ? wir cIt oyer a
poor bridge while it was covered with
water, whea tht' 'colt became unman
ageable aud threw him into the water,
where he "was drowned before assis
tance couldnach lurh. With this
Covington; excepting the immense Da
kota county bottom on winch are situ
ated the towM'of Hbnier, Jackson ac3
Dakota City, has escapetl.
We have received" d circular
nouncmg the fact that 3ir. 5. P.
Rounds, tyjMJ foandcr at Chicago, is
being put forward ijy hts friends as a
candidate for the pSblic p'rinter tinder
President GarfieKa admlnisiration.
3fr. Bounds is very highly spoken of
by the press, and being a' practical
printer of more tiin a qtiaiier of a
centnry's experience, we doubt not he
would fill thc position with credit to
himself and satisfaction to the"govern-j
ment. We wbahl like to hear of hisl
Two Doors South of Bank,
RED CLOUD. - NEBRAS.KA.
Go To W,
Staple i Fancy Groceries.
TOBACCO & CI&AMS
IX TOW.V ALSO
Choice Nuts, Fruits. & Confections
airFrcsb FruiH and Wo:.il-J Sokl on
How Can I save Money
BY BCYING IV
AND WlNTLR GOODS OF
they arc orth in Cash.
I sell them at a small profit.
I make no book account.
I have but one price.
Clear cash buyers get the
Up Town Store." Yours Respectful"',
MAMTACTCREItS OF THE
ACME STEEL Barb Fence Wire
Wire that will make a Visible Fence
Pig Tight, Bull Strong Horse Highs
Factory near B. & M. Depot. a nt
Vr ' " T.,
M 3xOc d ike
Jr. W CORE.
' ' i -4 -
I;! D ( It'l I Mill
I buy all' mv
Goods nt what
Fxamtnc Or! and get
Lithlv'fi old stand, thc
tw Jtn,fcy CEl -'
Librlrs f Csecmt. tXi&G'itl
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Sotr Grtittt, 3rua fired.
No rata f vi da I. r!5 by HaikL
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