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"Eternal Vigilance is the price of liberty' anil $1.50 a year is Ph.priceQ' the Red Cloud Chief.
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RED CLOUD WEBSTER CO. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, JUiVE 30, 1SS1.
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NORTH-EAST -OR SOUTH-EAST fl
a Lis Itoad together wiili ibeCB. JtQ." which
Burlington Route !
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J'a'friiirir." taking tliii" uns cr' tue
.Vo. Kivrr at I'laftfiuouth
T31r"virMiV C4oa1 "Rrirlrre
VLili htu lately Leen completed.
Through Day ConcfiCH
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tln route start in NtlT.irl.ii are fSbarc-
furc IiM-lrtiiu Hip ariun ac:ll:nU
t-.bidi to triiu:itly tl Jur trails
r iiiiiir tlimiili rroin tin- tnoun-
lui-U.sixl ..r-i-n;T are thus
,-urc uf uiukiiiR K""d ciu-
iictiu:; .uL-n th'j?
tak- tlie U. S. M.
in era in tlic .ct:iU. :? vwll ao full ntid-rclii.l Ic
ilnfoi million riuinl. can be had upon applim
itn ti t IS. A M. K. 11. Agents at any of the
Cricciiul ttiii;. or to
aw J'SHCSVAL LOWILL,
This pill is a standard Liv
II Q C er Rrgulator, an
U O U infallible rent
ly for Malarial Fever?,
Pill has been used in pri
K'CaiF-'f,Ka s,on' Sick iitvdathef Con
lYVv'Afrsia stipation, Biliousness,
' -SgS? Dyspepsia, &c. That this
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itr-f" Sole rronrictor.
Kansas City, Mo.
Prop into the rcli:il!c :nil wrll
1; now n lmj:-t:iiil f-H. K. tlu'ivj Itt-tl
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Jtox :inl trv them.
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rawca nrir aiul ruiaW- fcaturo ami coucnieiiv.
It 1 laiy, iKjJ.t-rmmiug, foitrlr't. hanJnTir, ton.
rrnirnt. ilvniH'. and WmiJ. Wnrrtuif rd nnI
iuUeni'tio Kcutlnon riiut. Iti nirtiy the
iCUV A trial -R-Ul trove it llnn'l fivU o mtaa U
lwfftmyou Irar. usurArriTKKt by 'iaRLMC.
Q. P. 15KNT7bl and S3VaLsoii SL. Chlcao. 1U.
F03 HUT AKB EEiSS.
For more than u tlilnl of n cmteylhc j
i j .. 4ntiUHnn. nil twrr f lut vnrld na 1
I I!!" T II I' iiiiit'ii - w. ..... . .. ... ... ,
MIIh" oi-iyst rc.tincofor Hie relief of
. .... . iiHkii fitwl unii-e llic licit or its
1.1ml. IV r try loim of external ai3
1 1 no
:MiictntnrI.liiiiiiert i itliontnn equal.
It lirnetrulr' llr.ii nun inuicif io
i inv lionr niiiuin-r izio column-
mien of jnhi -lil iiitl:iiiuuatloii hiirwi-
-ilii. Its ellCcisiipiiii iiiiiiiiiu cimi"i
"ilifliniio n-at imi uro i yiially Avondir-
ful. Tho JloAicnn
t.Itilni' l t is r.v,1(; Jjv FOtne'wvly In
I -iV hoiioe. Kvfiy1i- riasiiewt(
tlic nc" "! " or '
'viilMluetl, of rlirmiinrlc mnrtyr n.
'Morel. or a vnlunWe liorac or ox
: tivcd by tlio IiuJint; io.tJ llii
I tvIiIcIi speoflilv euros sncli nilmtats of
r.i... hpmw 'r.i:il as
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'jniiita. "otract-a 3Iclc3t JJnru
feiuia Nralda, Cuts, iirui "!
jsprrilns, I'ptfonoiiK Eltn mid
Pstlna. Sfi04'Sf lnifnt. Old
I Vorm. lc-r. IVostlntt. CiUlMaiua.
ore Mpplrl, (akra jrensu mna
j ifT.rrd every form of external dl-fi-.c.
For tlio i;iu;tb cunATiox it urea
:.... Sirlirnv. KtifT JntQtS.
jl'otider, nr:icn'SnT. Hoof Il-
re. Foot Itot, 5rrriy iwrm, scan,
HiQjIOW Iri ncnucari, i"u"
i.-ti. Mn!n. Thrucb. IJInnlioiie.
I Old. 5rcE, loll j:-JI. Film upon
itlie Meat ar.'l CTCrjr uiiit miarni
X rlucb tiie occiaii!3 01 lac
IfUnble and KtocJc Tnrtl my Jiirtilc.
I llio Mec 2TiiK I.ltnient
lalwavs cures aij: never liappaiats;
and it is, postuveiy,
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Li E 5 A MONTH! A5SST3 HXTCV
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Pren't lt Nat. Bank
S. C. Smith.
JIED CLOUD, KEB.t
Transact a general banking buaineM. bey and
m!I county warrant, alio Countr. Precinct and
Hthool Dieirict Ind.
Ntcotito Urui raortsavtl.'huy antt-soll tcr
eiRn Kxcbanite. . ...
jr-tptcial attenUan.given to.collestiona.
IlErrBESCF.Pr-Jst'Kat. Bank New Tork, Oma
ha Nat. Bank. Vuiaba.
O.-C.Case. Jau. McNwt.
Case & McN-e-ny,
A TTOUNKVS AND COVN-SIU-OltS AT LAW.
Will jiractiee in all the Court oT thii State and
Northern Kani-ai. Collections as well as litiica
td buiinc--can-fully andetneiently attended to.
Omric- On Webster Street, one door north
of (Jnrbcr's Store,
kki) CI.OUJ), ?:rn.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTOUNFi AND COFXftFJ.OR AT I.AW.
Office one tloor north of Kaky Bros.
RED CLOUa - NEBRASKA.
W. C. REILLY,
ATTOP.NEY AND COUNSCLOR AT LAW.
AND REAL E8TATE AOE2T.
31 ed Cloud. Neb.
tS-ftnnijit Attention 'Given to Collections.
Orncn- With C. U. 1'OTTEH. at Red Cloud
Edwin C. Hawley.
ATTORNKV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drug Store
Laird & Smith,
attornevs and counselors at law.
Hastings, - Neoiuska.
Will practice in.all the Courts of the State.
Prompt attontiouKivaniSo all businew-entruifed
to his care. julr-
C. W. Kalet.
Red Cloud. Neb.
J. L. Kalkt.
A TTORSF.V.S AT LAW REAL ESTATE
Will practice in all tho Court in Nebraska
and northirn Kanca: collrction; promptly At
tended to and correspondence fulicited.
KD CLOUD, Notra:t.
Alo. Aflcnlt for B. .V M. R. B. Uinds.
ELDERT A. HA LI, ITI. D.
Physician & SuTgeon,
RED CLOUD, NEIL
A?istnl Surpttcn -B. rf- M. H. Tl. It. C. Office
over Jif!in?on A Crop' dry cood5 Hore. RJi
deuce over Prkin & Mitchell's ftoro. 19ora
J. ITI. 3HOSEXA, in. D,
Physician and Surgeon,
1UCD CLOUD. NEB.
Will pr-y cpesial attention to Obtetrle and
di.cea?ci of woaion Alo iteneral and special
yurcerv. Difense? of tbelvyo and Eax. (thargM
inodcr.ito. Office over Sherer' DruK Kfore.
Residence -1th houje north of chol houio.
fg Or. H. A. Baird,
W. N. IlICHARDSOU,
RED CLOUD. NEBA5KA.
:nnhpFtc!atktt.i'jice pkid for hom and cattle.
TO BUY' TIIE
ftinl I'inest Chemicals
AT TIIE LOWEST PRICES.
Also, Taints Oils and Dye Stuffs, No
Books & Stationery
Tobacco. Cigars, Lamps, Ac.
ordered for parties rrho mty want anything
not usually kept in the valley.
COME one and all and jet your coo la, ana
ak for BOOKS from the circalatinc library
Druggist and Pharmacist.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
AKD A KCLL LINE OF FANCY
ALSO A F:ST OiAS3
Ice Cream Parlor.
Vhero you can aln-ajs
got a nice tilth tf Ice Cre.wu during
A share of the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. First door
south of Mitchell .fcMbrhart's.
Sr.o Cloud,, - - NebAasSa.
M. L. THOMAS,
THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1881.
The f-ituation at ATiiany remairw
about the same; Conkling still Lolfi
A Michigan man who had attained
the age of one hundred years commit
ted suicide 'test veek-
The law passed by the legwlBtrire
lat winter, making the keeping of
.gambling houses a felony, went into
effect act'fcwelvc o'clock Saturday iriiglrt
and has reusltefl in closing -ovexy
gambling house in St. Louis.
North Platte, Neb., June 26. A
violent wind storm accompanied by
rain visited tkie place Jast night about
six o'clock, utterly destroying fonr
fifths of the Union Pacific round-house.
A wiper named Tinkham, was instant
ly killed by the falling timber of the
roundhouse. No other person was
seriously hurt. The destruction of
the roundhouse -was ciuweri "by flic
large doors of the building being open
wlicn tlio wind strm-lr it. Tim loco-
motives were all but one removed, arc volunteered without pay they can
from the debris of the building last! ot bc hml Ht " The work will be
ntehl before 11 o'clock. Other damn-
4563 by the storm in
this locality arc
THE OLD, OLD ST0E7.
Hioux City Journaltvf
A gcntleiuen in from West Fork
tells how a lightning rod firm, under
stood to be Colo Bros., of Council
Bluffs, (play si .on the farmers out .that
An "agent" drives around -first. He
is equipped with a galvanic battery,
a glib tongue and riantling .nd ueofla
tional thecxrks Kbout electricity, light
ning, etc. He talks the farmer into
having his house and baru rodded,
and take au .order for the same at the
jate of sixty-live oents per foot. This
order k-Kgncd by the ft.rmer. Ihen
comes the .gaug. They put up the
rods on everj part of a building that
will carry a roil. The farmer thinks
his premises well protected and the
gang goes on in tlve wake of the
"agent." Then comes the man who
settles for the job, He is not the jtnan
who took the order, biui be has
the order signed by the farmer
specifying that the building shall be
sufficiently trsddfcd, and thaX ilse jiay
shall bc at the rate of sixty-five cents
per foot. He measures up the job,
and the amount surprises the farmer.
It is four or five times what he expec
ted to pay, and -what the "agent," who
took the order, told him it would likely
be. McCIarren, and English colonist
of West Fork, gave an order for rods
that the "agent" told him would likely
cost $40 or $30, and settled for $175.
This is -only a sample ease.
Now the matter hae JUseu trentfta&ed
in the 'Journal' and other newspapers
so often thai it seems hardly worth
while Ao repeat for the thousandth
time that the man who sigus "order,"
"contract" or whatever at the request
of a stranger docs a very foolish thing.
If a farmer urants a lightning rod or
anything else, his wont that he will
pay for the goods should be sufficient.
Suppose instead he tak.es a, contract
from the "agent" that the lightning
rod, or vhatcver shall not cost to ex
ooed w much.
Another point is this: Insurance
companines do not make any differ
ence in favor of bmtdings that arc
"protected" by rods. If the protection
omouuted to anything the insurance
companies would find it out-.
The K)-called "insurance" issued by
some agents selling lightning rods, in
suring against loss by lightning on
buildings on which the3 put rods,
does not amount io the paper on
which it is written. The insurance is
not backed by any responsible com
pany.. A lightning rod if broken, as most
of them arc after they have lecn up a
few months, is highb dangerous and
should be repaired, or taken down at
And lastly, if a man wants . light
ning rod put up on his buildings he
can put it up for himself at a twenti
eth part of the expense'thal a travel
ing agent will charge him. Plain iron
rods, with a thread cut on- either end,
connected With pump" rod couplings,
are as good as any, and cost possibly
two cents a foot. If put on with
staples, driven into the side of the
house, it is as good'as if insulated with
glass. If the lightning follows the rron
it is because the iron is a better con
ductor of electricity than the wood or
trick of the "rail iewkich- itr is fast
But in spite of warnings farmers will
eontihnc to sigrr"oontracts," and all
that sort of thing. The'taefc of warn
ing them is as thankless- as the at
tempt to suppress the robbery of
drunken travellers in the citr. On
the lightning question people are par-'
fic.nlarTt- tii1rr.iV.l i? . I
knows just enough about' electricity
to do ready to take jcall tho tafly ad-i
ministered by the agert. The women
iulks Jrrc'x'nieery,' when it thunders,
and a lightning rod don't cost much
anyway. So the farnfar's name goes
on the contruct, the rods ar.e put on,
and, aHer-much kicking, st&lsd for
with money thtM soiely aiotdei ibr
something else, and so the work gutt,
Kastiag cf Sepufclietn Central Ccsoittee.
There will be a meeting of the Web-
nct County Republican .Ceutral Com-
iinittee at Red Cloud Nt'li.. on Satttr-
pay July 16th 1SS1, at 1 o'clock p. t.
'W'. II. Stroiim, Ch'n.
(DUB WASHINGTON LZTTZB.
Washington June 2C, Iftffl.
The famous portrait f Mrs. Hayes,
which has been hung in the Kant
aam of the Executive Mansion since
.March G last, has been sent to New
Vork for the purpose of having photo
lithograph copies of it made. The
j.&rtrait is generally thought to be an
I excellent one, and uepiesof it will .be
in demand all over the count r. The
influence of this noble lady, in her
home life at the White llonse, 'bus left
endearing memories that will be long
cherished by a grateful people.
Faith and hope are the pabulum
upon which storekeepers, gaujjere,
anfi cencus clerks are to live for
months to come. There is no money
to pay them, and unless their services
wnw unou U1B ,K,i,L lUM "
appropriate monev to pay for it
When the proposition is made for that
action, There wil! iiiS doubt be strong
opposition to it by some "heirthet--,
who hope to be re-elected because of
their efforts on behalf tf economy,
but for such demfgogues, appropria
tions would iKr. ho .often fall short of
tthc necessities of the -public services.
The first currency issued by the Uui
icd States "Government bearing .the sig
nature of a colored man, was jicceived
a few days since from the Bureau of
Engraving and Printing at the Comp
troller of the -Currency's office. Major
J, F. Bates, the venerable New Eng
lander, who has charge of the shipping
of currency tSithcLwo thousand r.nd
snore national banks, caused four fives
in one sheet, to be taken, and shown
to the Register, B. K. Bruce. On
holding up the sheet for inspection of
those in his office the Register feeling
ly remarked: "Who would have
thought of this spectacle a score of
years age !" This is an incident of in
terest worthy of a place upon the
bright pages of the history f a public
The sleepy old town of Alexandria
in. heard the muttering-j of tho on
coming business boom. A certificate
of incorporation of the Potomac Man
ufacturing Company, providing for an
existence oi twenty years ami a capi
tol stock of f 1,000,000, divided into ten
thousand shares of $100, has been filed
in the office of the Recorder of Deeds.
The company is -engage in the busi
ness of mining and smelting ores,
manufacture of iron and steel, and
any other manufacturing they may
elect to do, in the State of Virginia,
and to own real estate, and to acquire
such patent rights as may bc neces
sary. Tho enterprise is backed by
business men and capitalists from va
rious sections, and gives promise of
inspiring new life to the dead business
pulse of the old Dominion.
There arc two names that will bc
ever cherished by the best citizens of
tins beautiful capitol. Both of them
luwrfi bccnihamefully villificd and ma
ligned. History repeats itself in every
age, Columbus in chains, And Galiloc
imprisoned at the inquisition for de
claring the movements of the earth,
are but evidences of man's inhumani
ty to man. Alexander R. Shepherd
and O. E. Babcock, each will yet be
perpetuated in the memory of those
of coming time by statutes in some of
the beautiful parks they had the wis
dom and pluck to beautify. Farragut
Square, the site of Vinnic Keam-Hox-ie's
statue of the great admiral, was re
claimed by General Babcoc!-c, and
from an unsightly dumping-ground
has become one of the most beautiful
points in the city. Iowa Circle is an
other evidence of General Babcock '
exquisite tate and foresight Of late
years there has not been that care and
attention bestowed upon the parks
and reservations that is absolutely
necessary to kep these breathing
sjiots up to the standard that was
elaborated and designed by Boss
Shepherd, as he was termed during Ins
administration of public affairs.
Tlie closing exercises of HcrrarS
University were unusually interesting,
and were graced by the presence of
many distinguished individuals'. Pres
ident Garfield presented diplomas to
the fivc"graduatcs :n the !ar depart
ment. The President, Dr. W. W. Pat
ton, announced that hereafter no tuition-fee
would be charged' in the
Normal, Preparatory, or College De
partments. The University has this
year sent out thirty-four educated'
colored Men to' be' leaders of their
race, to wit: Twelve medical graduates,
ten theological, five legal, and seven
collegiate. Its many friends will be
glad to know that it is thus steadily I
doing its appointed work.-
Tlic Committee appointed to select
Toasts and Speakers fur the coming
4h of July celebration r.t Red Clonrt,
Neb., have selected the following sub
jeet and spenJcsrs, all of whom have"
accepted and sail lie ps-ifnt.
Tbu Day we -Celebrate-Albert
Davis Eq., Guide Rock.
Our Country's Defenders Wm. A.
MuKeigh.in Eiq.. Elm Creek.
Our American Women Ba-vid S.ntz
E-q., Red Cloud.
Froedom .n4 Independence Jno.
R. Wilcox Red Cloud.
Our National Progress I). P. New
comer E-q., Blue Hill.
Our Commou schools ami their in
fluence on our Liberties A. L. Funk
Eq., iied Cloud.
Religious Freedom Geo. lltHiuml.
The Principles of our Government
Jos.-Garber Esq., (Red Cloud.
Our Farmers John Harvy Er,
Our Laws-H ". Kaley, Red Cloud.
C4ylara,X3a., Visited bj i Small Hurri-
ces3 en tfasia? N"igV.
cf Lrt Wtek.
(From Smith Center Free Pre. I
The ConjjstgsrtiMih'l uhureh w;m
completely demolished. j
The Tin roof blown from the Gilman
The front of G. W. Buck's store torn
Dr. Wells' baru has entirely disap-,
The roof of Foster's stable was
blown off, and blown into GriesingerS
The old feed stable of C. A. MeNiuTs
was lifted oil' the foundation.
The west end of the depot torn off,
.and two cars blown from the track.
Every out 'hotsc xmd well curb in
town tiped over,
Lumber scattered all over town.
No one hurt.
The citizens have rai.ed $100 toward
i-tbuilding the church.
Ncxslteas Froa allcTer lao State.
L. C. Johnson, of Gage county ship-
fied 3,300 pounds of wool la'st week to
The B. it M. have sent -out another
survcvuiir party west of Ciulcrl:Ou toy
survey a new route to Denver.
Twelve buildings and u new school I
house are now erecting at Oakland.
A newly arrived Bohemian pur
chased a liulJle of blueing in West
Point the other -day, which he pio
ceedod to drink. He thought it wa
Komekii.d of American beverage.
fTlsiiA- tlio Ttrnwii villi miirilor ef.
tempted tuocKii&iit suicide la.st wtefc 1
The Republican valley solders' asso
ciation miiijJAerK 134 zuciuhun1.
Antelope county has three cornet
bands one each at Neleigh, Oakdale
and Taylor valley.
Lous Frank, the son of John Frank,
of Center Precinct, Piatt county,
poimcii a roanea mioiiiii at. tis kmc:
Matilda last week, killing her instant
ly. Owen Brown, ofTipps Branch. Paw-,
"i.i i 1 1 i
ir-u coiiiny, ii(-riiiuiuiy icn iiuui n
wagon one day last we ek and nearly
tiroke his iveck Iracturmg the pnar
The Crete nursery has planted 120
bushels of soft maple seed.
Mrs. Vallery, Cas conntv, while
Ftraw-bcrrving, was bitten by a rattle
snake, ami at last accounts was in a
The first train over the branch of
the Elkhorn Valley road from Norfolk
to Creighton, the" terminus, on hist
Thirty houses zre buildu;g at Blue
it is estimated the shipment of cat
tle cut over the Republican Valley
line will bc twice as large this year as
There is Pome talk of
hiuh school buildin" at Rivcrtou
One day last we?k a lady by the
name of Mrs. W. DcLong. in South
Bend, while out feeding her chickens,
saw a wolf trying to' catch one of her
fine Bramah fowl. With the assis
tance of a neighbor lady visiting her,
they cornered- the thieving auirhhl,
and" Mrs. D. knohked his brains out
with a liarrow tooth.
A dastardly attempt was maJe last
Friday to wr.ck the passenger train
on the B. fc M. between Lincoln and
Crete. E. L. Thompson was arrested,
charged with the crime.
Samuel Johnson, of Nitckols county,
has a 700-acre corn field.
The new town in Ncmeha county is
to be called Calvert, in honor of the
chief engineer of Burlington &. Mis
souri River railroad.
Stools of rye with thirty-two and
thirty-four stalks from single grains
arc on exhibition at Beaver City.
Nelson precinct, Nuckolls county,
has 4,369 fruit tuees and 4,4Cf grape
The female cook al a Culbcrtson
hotel einpctied a revolver at a fellow
who climbed into her window one
Jr.- P. Olive reports a loss of 1,000
Cattle among his 5.000 head- in trie
South Loup ouimtry
Hastings has organized a Young
Men's Christian association.
Three hundred and fifty stock men
were in Culbcrtson at one time last
week, the round-up starting west
from that point.
A new rresbyieria'ri ch torch has
been organized on Plum creek, in
Tecnmseh sold" $25X50 Worth" of
stock durinj; the first ten days of the
A large sheep ranch is now being
constructed near Cedar Rapids by Mr.
Joseph Delaney r.f Blair, was run
over by the cars last week and lct a
The hail storm at Indhmola did
aboat-3 tboiband'doHarifof- dsssse.-
Two Doors South of Bank,
RED CLO UD, - NI'.1J.LVHKA.
GO To W.
Staple i FancyGroceries,
IN TOWN. AI0
Choice Nuts, Fruits & Confections.
J"Freh rruiU and Vegetable rni'id on
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tii wi mniivino
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iAXf'FAcn;i:Ki:.s ok the
ACME STEEL Barb Fence Wire,
7H K ONLY
Wire that will make a Visible Fence
Pig Tight, Bull Strong Horse High.
Factory three Blocks north of Post Office.
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