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M. I THOMAS,
HMii State 2&
KJSCVTKP TO ORPK . fW
"Eternal Vigilance is tlie price of Liberty" and $1.50 a year is the price of the Jicd Cloud Chief
TEHIES:- $1.60 a year if paid in Advance.
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO- NEBRASKA. THURSDAY, JUNE 23.1SS1.
NO. H I "tH- " CW -.
NORTH-EAST Oil SOUTH-EAST
Tins UoaJ toiccthcr with the C. B. J: Q which
Burlington Route !
Torine the most cotnilctclin-bftwccn Nebraska
.Ijuititr una mi rini"-i-''60 .miwuun iiit-j.
I'lucerncer taking thia line crss the
Mo. Khcr at 1'laftsinouth
r over tlie
Plattsmouth Steel Bridge,
"WLich has lately been completed.
"" Through Day Coaches
antl St. LOui,
VhcrrclGFC connection arc rrndc in nniondepo
for nil ffintE Aitrtli I'at anduth. Trains by
this route Mart in Nebraska are there-
fore ln-e Irom the various acridentJ
birh o frequently d lay trains
coming through Jroui the moun-
taidf. and i8Hcni;er arc thus
furcof tuakine good coa-
oectiotiR when they
take the B. .v. M.
ir force in the Ftatc. ae well as full and reliable
infn motion required, can bo hud upon ;ui'licn
tion to 11. .V M. It. H. ArclU nt any of the
principal stations, or to
I PSECEVAL LOWZLL,
12tf General Ticket Agent.
This pill is a standard Liv
1 1 Q P cr Regulator, an
U O C infallible remc
ly for Malarial 1 cvers,
Jaundice, Rest Less ness,
M II ''Depres
sion, Sick Headache, Con-
for 35 yenrs
that D 8 I I Q
can beriven fl fa J
j2if it. Try one box. Oil 25c
Og. .'. IHiy Itrnokftt
jV'? Sole I'-oprictors
Kanvas City, mi).
Drop into the reliable ami well
known drug stand of R. It. Sherer Ked
Cloud and ask tliein what the reputa
t.tion of lU jiill lists been Mtice 1835,
after hearing of their merit huy a
ho and trv them.
It is tho rranlt of20 yenrn' cxnrrienpo and
cxierlmentH in ftcwlnir Stachines. It eombtnn tht
noodttoM of all pmnt ami formtrmaJtet. and is
not a " one nun" or " ono idea macUine. as other
are. ItarolilBtliedclPPlH ofolber.aiiclios
nodBoa i and raluatlr leatiir sjid otmcnJeno.
It is large, lioht.rHnninj, notflrti. ImuJftmr, vn
rrnlml. tfarnHr. allcl rimpU. Wnrrnilteil lld
full description nent trvf qu riuit. T t U purely U10
UU A trial will rrove iT llonU fnJI to ;ep It
lirloro von buy. Maxuf cttrkd ht LOKKN Ct
M ACUlNE 0(UFJorerion.Mawi.: wiiomujaI-BU UY
KtO. 1. UENT. 61 and 83 Jackson bt, UiicatfO. 111.
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For more than a third of a crntnry tlie
j knovf n to mUliuu ill over tli'i w orld .?
th orJysaro reliance Torino ri'lli'f or
!:irclilent3 nnd lir.tti. it is n moiliclnc
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fi.iirn of nhi i'Ji'1 li.tlnninniUon impON
Lhtii.i. Itsfffce'Rimon iinuuin Ilt"li ail
ttmlt'Jot n-mloit nrotqunlJy roin!ir
jfu!. Tho Wei.icn
I Jniiin nt i3 nceilcil 1 r somebody' In
i-vi-iy lionsc Everj li ,,! niK news or
liip mjouy of mntfiI k.uMorlinr.i
tilxliu-il, of rhomulJc. mnrtyr ic-:i-cl,
or a w'imUt l:re or ox
.nvcil by tho licaling iowi-r ot thb
3 wlilch speedily cures rucli ailmcnt3 of J
Sum liUM.VN 1TXSII as
4 Ithouraatisn. ,rc:i!n5r, Cttff'
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2re r-irl t'aw t ii.-tnrt. pv!
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4 Cnriiiic. J.winnv. SIT Jotrtt.
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IJ Hollow llcru, ferrate, .1 mu-
.-Snills. snavn, j.iirti., j.uuu-"i
( i,.l Snir:. 1 oil i:vil. Kilm Kozt
TtJjc Kts!:t ar-a every cttit-r &Uurnt
,3 to -vrlcl til otviismnt- of Uct
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ITJIO ICcxican i;iiiti tiinuiKin j
always cures nnrt never tUs:;voiat3;
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AAFAA MONTK! A3SrtS7AK722
SaI 75 IWt5nbrAH!Si-. itWiTM ibmbi.
r&fifJ-T&il stipatioii, Biliousness,
fejj' Dtspcpsia, &c. Tliat this
'"'Sfeafe Pill has been used in mi-
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JsWM&$T te praclice
5"aK fii&c dalion
TEE BEST I
J "of all I
J. K. SutTn,
Pres't 1st Nat. Bank
S. C. Smith.
JIEDS CLOUD, XEJL,
Transact a general banking btuinesj. buy nnd
sell county warrants, alto County. Precinct and
.School District Bonds.
NiKotute farm inortgaf cf. buy and fell ior-cig-n
ypecial attention given to collections.
RF.rri-tjrcis: lrt Nat. Bank New York, Oma
ha Nat. Bank, Omaha.
0. C. Csn. Jab. McN'my.
Case & McNeny,
A TTOltXEY.S AND COl'N.-EI.onS AT LAW.
Will iiractieo in all the CourU of this State and
Northern Kansas. Collections as welt as litiga
ted business carrlully and efficiently attended to.
Okkick:- On Webster Street, one door north
of Ciarber'e Store,
It ED CLOUD, NED.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTORXEV AND COrN.ELOR AT LAW.
Office one door north of K(dnj Iiros.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
W. C. REILLY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
ANO REAL ESTATE AOEZT.
Red Cloud. Neb.
tw.Proropt Attention Given to Collections.
Okfich- with C n. POTTER, at Red Cloud
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTORNEV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drug Store.
Laird & Smith,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
llASTINCS, - NeIIRASKA.
Will rracticc in all tho CourU of the State.
Prompt attention given to all businezJ entrusted
to his care. julyl-7
II. S. Kalft.
C. W. KLV.Y.
Hcd Cloud. Neb.
A TTORNEYS AT LAW A REAL ESTATE
Will iiractire in all tho Courts in Nebraska
nnil noitlum Knnfas: col!crt5iti prninptly at
tended to and correiondcncc solicited.
BED CLOUD. Uetra:ia.
Al.. Aj;cnts for B. A M. R. B. I.ands.
I'LRI JST A. HAIML M. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
As.Mstnn! Snrseon R. f- M. R.U. H- C. Offico
over Johnon ACrcp'ilr jrodo store Resi
dence over lVrkii.s .v MitchellV storo l'J6in
J. iTB. HIOSEnfA, M. .
Physician and Surgeon,
Rr,D CLOUD. NEIL
Will pay special attention to Obototnes nnd
disease of women Also ucneral aud Mecial
fursrry. I)i-im of the Eje and Far Charges
nindir.ite. (.ifiiceovcrShorcr.-" DniK Store.
lteiidcnco 4th houso north of school house.
gg Dr. I-I. A. Baird,
W. IT. RICHARDSON,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA,
"lichcst market prico iaid for bogs and cattle.
TO BUY THE
and Finest Chcmii'ttls
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Also, Paints Oils and Dye Stuils, Mo
Books & Stationery,
Tobacco, Cigars, Lamps, Arc.
PA TEXT MEDICINES
ordered for parties who tray want anything
not usually kept in the valley.
COMK one and all nnd got your gools. and
ask for BOOKS from the circulating library
Druggist and Pharmacist,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
AXD A FULL LINE OK FANCY
T SZ ifir3SiP,SE3ff;
ALSO A FIKST CHSS
Ice Cream Parlor,
Where voti rm si'imv-a
Mt a nice dish" of Ice Crea'm durin-
the Reason. ,
A share of the public tatronntre is
lcspcctfuliy bolicitctl. -first door
south of Mitchell & Mbrhart's.
Red Clociv - - iNebr.ska
miscuritndZinus EaTaei sj Heatn
er: of Seathani Eestrsrtioa.
A Dozen Fearful Storms ia Aetiva Operation
at the Same Ysmni.
Tbs 2a7ages of the Cireliaf Semans
paralleled in Etetarj.
Hundreds of Human Beingi art Hurled to
Death Without Warring.
Hsusm Blown to Atoms, Stock Deetroyed,
The Wenadea and DTin are Numbered b7
The Homeless and Destitute Counted br
JProm the Daily Stat Journal
TorEKA, Kan., June 13. A cyclone
pased over a portion of Osage county
Sunday afternoon. A correspondent
writes as follows, describing the scene
Near Olivet a horse was lilted out of a
stable and carried over a high hill and
dashed upon tho ground in a cornfield
a mile away. Cattle were lifted from
the ground, carried into the air and
dashed to pieces: Mr. Powell's fine
orchard was totally destroyed, the
trees being litterally torn out of the
ground or twisted into a thousand
fragments. Miss Tweed found the
works of her gold watch a quarter of
a mile from the house, and everything
carried away. Their furniture was all
destroyed; their bed clothes and wear
ing apparel have entirely disappeared,
nothing but a few sheets being left.
Miss Tweed's clothing was torn off.
She has not a single dress left in the
world. Her trunk was lifted out of
the house, carried off, and has not yet
been found. From this point the
storm moved northeasterly, going
one mile north for every three miles
cast. Mrs. Freeman, a widow lady
living near Olivet, lost her house and
everything in it. Plant's farm house
and buildings were left in ruins.
Three negro children left at home
near Olivet were badly injured, one
having since died, and it is thought
the others cannot live. The plrysi
cians at Mclvcrn, Olivet, Lyndon and
this place are on the ground, and hun
dreds of people arc at work doing all
that can bo done to alleviate the suf
fering. Mr. Rosencrantz, who lives
northwest, and Mr. John Harper, who
lives northeast of Melvern, are known
to have been killed. Mrs. Rosen
crantz, Mr. Collyar, Mrs. Francis Coll
yar, Mr. Calkins, Mrs. John Harper,
Mr. Hawks and Mrs. Deleviu arc bad
lay hurt. John Lee, Thomas Lee
and William Appier are badly bruised.
A great number of others, whose
names we have not been able to ob
tain, were more or less injured. The
houses and buildings of the following
named persons, beginning at Olivet
and following the track of the cyclone,
wero destroyed: L. W. Powell, Mr.
Brown, Phiilip Latta, David Dufficld,
Mr. Rosencranz, II. M. Austin, John
Collyar, G. W. Uruner, James Lee,
Mr. Collins, Mr. Bertam, John Harper,
Mr. Temkins, Mr. Dclevin, J. Riggins,
R. Graham, Jos. Marshall, Jas. Wiley
and Mrs. Mencaully. Of course this
list is necessarily incomplete. It has
been impossible at this early hour to
obtain all the facts. The Presbyterian
church at Quenem's was destroyed.
The destruction of these buildings is
complete from raft to foundation. The
debris of each is scattered over the
ground, and in many instances frag
ments were found a milo from where
the buildings stood. Articles of house
hold goods were smashed to the ground
into atoms, and bedding and clothing
whipped into rags and shreds. A
large number of people who were yes
terday the happy owners of comforta
ble homeand surroundings are to-day
homeless, destitute and penniless, but
rejoicing to have escaped with their
lives. The people along the river
who have escaped, have generously
thrown their houses open to the suf
ferers, and everything will be done
that can be done for tho unfortu
nates. ANOTHER ONE.
Winfield, Kan., June 13. A cy
clone visited Summer and Sedgwick
counties Sunday night, causing the
destruction of a vsist amount of prop
erty, on the Arkansas river, three
miles from Mulvane Junction, and
traveled rapidly in a northeasterly di
rection, striking in a cornfield near
Alulvane. It passed a mile north of
Mulvane, and picking up a two story
frame .house, turned it over twice and
smashed it to smithereens, The sew
ing machine and stove were broken
into little pieces. A lady and her
child were seriously injured internally
as well as bruised,and the chances are
that she will die. The residence of a
man named Eagcn, twenty by thirty
feet was demolished. This was done
by one branch of the cyclone, and an
other did much damage at Belle Plain.
The two united near Mulvane, and4 it
was the two combined that did the
work. During the destruction hail
stones as large as a sugar bowl fell in
nse quantities, and a hot wind .
prevailed making it difficult to breathe'
ami turning the leaves as black as dirt. J while operations are4 suspended- dur-1
After leaviug Mulvane the cyclone" ing; the hfefeted term: As soon as- hot!
wheeled offin'- a- southerly directioirweather comes, then forward march is-
and struch Floral, a mali tonn about
four miles from Sccley. One porfon
was killed there, and twenty-two were
more or less dangerously injured.
The crops are much injured.
St. Joseph, June 13 Sunday was n
terrible day for cyclouen in northwest
Missouri. The atmospheric procure
waa very great between four and five
in the afternoon, and during that one
short hour not csa than three "twist
ers" dealt destruction in as many
paths. The first that came to the knowl
edge of tho HcriUtl was from King City
and vicinity. This cyclone started as
we have since learned, near Savannah
in Andrew county. Its couic was
northeast. Through Flag Springs and
King City. Many houses were des
troyed, and not less than twelve lives
loit in and near Flag Springs.
AT KANSAS CITY
the destruction was much greater.
The loss of lifo in this vicinity is prob
ably fifty men, women and children.
The public school building at King
City, -a large brick, was razed to its
foundation. Hundreds of horses, cat
tle, hoga and sheep were killed, one
man losing eighty cattle, another sixty
sheep, and another seven horacs.
Another cyclone started at Winslow,
DcKalb county, another started four
miles southwest of Rosedalc, in An
drew county, passed eastward one
mile south of Roscdale. The coun-e
of all the above cyclones were by
southeast. Another cyclone started
eight miles northwest of Hopkins, in
Nodaway county, its course for seven
teen miles being south east. It was a
quarter of a mile wide, and nothing
escaped destruction in its track.
Many lives have been lost in all of
these cyclones, and the destruction to
property, which cannot now be esti
mated, is very great.
DESTRUCTION AT FLORAL.
Winfield, Kan., June 13. The
Walnut valley heretofore has been
wonderfully exempt from destructive
storms, but on Sunday evening the
charm was broken, and Cowley coun
ty had a visitation in the shape of a
cyclone that was the most destructive
in its effect of any storm that ever
struck southern Kansas. It appeared
to start on the head of Dutch creek,
and went in a westerly direction. Its
extreme length was less than twenty
miles Over this space it did not make
a clean sweep. On one side of the
road the land might be swept clean,
while no injury would be done on the
other. The cloud was in hue a green
ish black, with fire streaks darting
through it, showing that it was largely
electrical. It was not in a hurry to do
its work, but would gyrate to and fro,
ami in some instances passed over the
same ground three times; but when it
struck, death and devastation marked
its course. The centre of the storm
was twelve miles north of Winfield, at
Uhc village of Floral. When it crossed
Timber creek the water was taken
from the creek and scattered over field
and forest. The leaves were withered
by the heat as of fire, Great trees
were taken out by the roots, and what
but a few hours before marked happy
homes with fields of grain harvested,
are now indicated by the debris of
houses and outbuildings and piles of
straw that line the hedges.
Floral presents the saddest picture.
Here was a new frame church of the
Christian denomination, and the
pieces that composed it are scattered
over the prairie for hundreds of yards,
broken columns and displaced slabs
mark the cemotery which adjoined it.
A large school house shared the fate of
the church. Mr. A. D. Reed was a
prosperous merchant; he had a large
stone dwelling adjoining the store, in
which was a general counting stock of
130,000. The monster struck them,
and not one stone remains above an
other, and the stock was scattered to
the four winds of heaven. Mr. Read's
loss is fully $50,000. In this village
every house was destroyed. At this
writing wc have a record of twenty
eight houses that are fotally destroyed
and the loss on buildings is $140,000.
The loss to crops cannot be calcula
ted. The loss of life is one child dead,
and an old man cannot survive. Fif
teen other persons suffering from se
vere injuries, but none necessarily
fatal. The people escaped by flight to
caves and cellars. Wmfield is fear
fully excited over the calamity, hun
dreds having visited Floral to-day.
0U3 WASHRGTOX LSTTB3.
Washington June 18, 1S81.
Nature has done her best this spring
robing the Capital in the purest, lovli
est garb of verdure and bloom. The
plentiful rains and soft sunshine have
invited the largest profusion in this
direction, and to look at parks, reser
vations and streets; is but to charm
the eye of the beholder and leave a
picture in the memory of thousands of
visitors, never to be forgotten. The
cool weather has postponed our usual
summer hegira of pleasure seekers
and has brought; hither an unusual
number of visitors. WHIard's Hotel
will be closed in a few days, till Octo
bcr. Many of our hotels have' estab-
lishmente at watering places to' -which
they transfer their" corps of servants
the watchword of the Urigade, armed
and equipped with trunk, .atchobi.
fans and linen dilator.. Away ! away !
to the mountains to the ocean or the
spring, where cooling breezes murmur
and rippling wavelet sing.
The Bureau of Statistics will furni.h
in its forthcoming report some impor
tant fact-i that need to lie considered
by the managers of trunk lines of rail
roads terminating at tide water.
There has recently been a large divr
jion of grain from Ft. Louts by the
Mississippi Itiver routes to New Or
leans for export. This competition
appears effective in the actual diver
sion of traffic with respect to grain
shipped in bulk from St, Louis to New
Orleans and thence shipped in bulk
to Europe. It is found this competi
tion, or regulating influence of the
Mi-wissippi River, is exerted almost
exclusively through commercial forces
of St. Louis. The forthcoming report
will embrace an elaborate statement
in regard to commercial, industrial
and transportation interests of the
city of Cincinnati as illustrative of the
condition- governing tho internal
commerce of the country. It is al
leged by those interested in the carry
ing routes to the seaboard that ship
ments cannot be profitably made via
New Orleans, and that corn shipped
in vessels in that hot climate is inev
itably damaged by heating. Bo that
as it may, one thing is certain trans
portation and cost of liandlings must
be brought to a minium figure if the
cities of tho Eat continue to maintain
their commercial supremacy, New
Orleans, Guymas, San Francisco and
Portland in the near future by their
railroad connections are to bo strong
competitors for the foreign trade and
the question of cot is to determine at
what point and how shipments are to
The people of the country should
not think that the "star route" scan
dal is confined to tho few routes that
have, been made public or that Gener
al Brady by expediting routes has
done any different from his predecess
ors for the last forty years. The truth
is tho people are responsible priniar
ilv and thev alone, for everv dollar
appropriated to make up the defi
ciency in the revenues of the Vosj.
Office Department. But for the action
of the people the postal system would
bring an actual revenue to the Gov
ernment. Let mc illustrate, The
town of Podunk and Sqaudy Hill,
have a semi-weekly mail, bringing 150
letters each week, tho people being
entirely satisfied. The contractor, Mr:
Wide Awake having rendered essen
tial service in securing tho nomina
tion, and hurrahed at tho election of
the Hon. Obcd Goodcnough conceives
the idea of an "expedited" service be
tween the aforesaid important towns.
A petition is started by Mr. Wide
Awake asking for a daily mail, the
towns arc growing, the people think
it is a big thing and of coui&c Uncle
Sam will pay tho expense, and the pe
tition is signed by everybody and is
sent the Hon. Member who remem
bers the distinguished services render
ed by his constituent, Mr. Wide
Awake and forthwith he endorses
thereon his recommendation that tho
route be at once "expedited" and
thenceforward the 150 letters arc scat
tered through a daily mail and TMr.
Wide awake draws his pay for carting
empty mail pouches, from our gener
ous Uncle Sam. Gentle reader this
picture is not overdrawn but repre
sents thousands of mail routes antl no
State in tho Union is excepted.
"Will it tip over or go through into
China?" said an old yankeo as he
looked at the uprising shaft of Wash
ington's Monument now 192 feet high.
If this ponderous shaft now strikes the
beholder with amazement, what will
it not do when, with three years of
steady work, laying the stone at the
rate of two and one-half courses per
week the work is actually completed.
This shaft of marble and granite,
topped with a pyramidal roof of iron
covered with beaten glass, will then
reach the enormous height of 550 foot,
m:iking it the highest structure erec
ted by man. Some faint idea of the
meaning of this term 550 high, is
gained by citing the height-) of the
celebrated slnletures of the world.
The Pyramid of C'Iicods is 4S0 feet;
St. Feters, Koine, 457 feet; Strausburg
Cathedral, France, 463 feet; the new
Cathedral at Cologne, 524 feet; St.
Steven's Germanv, 441 feet; Salisbury
Spire, England, 404 feet; St. Paul's",
London, 365 feet; Capital at Washing,
306 feet; Bunker Hill Monument,
Boston. 221 feet; Washington Monu
ment, Baltimore, 193 feet.
Its erection is the carrying out of a
work of engineering greater in magni
tude than anything ever before at
tempted. When the monument
reaches 550 feet will it not fall ? L a
question that most every one asks.
The only thing that will effect the sta
bility of the structure is the wind, and
this'is the only factor that enters into
the calculations of the engineer after
the foundations have leen secured.
The movements caused 13' the diurnal
circuit of the earth and the deflection
from the perpendicular caused by the
heat of the sun are regarded as having
little, if any, effect upon such struc
tures. Very careful calculations liavo
been made by engineers in Europe
and America, i.s to the pressure such
a structure will undergo. There, is no
record of a wind of greater velocity
than one hundred and ten milei per
hour, and-the pressure would be fifty
five pounds per srmare foot. So it "i
estimated that with a wind at the i
highest velocity ever known it would i
require an additional pressure nine
times as great to topple the monu
ment over. The new foundation to
the Monument irbelieTed to be suffi
cient fo sustain the tremendous
weight'of 4MW0, tons. So that if the
monument' docs not hlow over of sink
down into its boot, and Congrescbn
tinues to appropriate monev if will
finally be completed-.- Fhars.-
HE. IDG UARTEES FOli
Two Doors South of Bank,
RED CLOUD. - ISnUBRASIvA..
GO To W.
Staple i Fancy Groceries,
IN TOWN. A10
Choice Huts, Fruits- & Confections.
J Fresh Fruit ami Vegetable Sold on Coumn-nion.
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Pig Tight, Bull Strong HoTie High.
Factory three Blocks north of Post Office.
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