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IL I THOMAS,
"Eternal Vigilance is the pi-ice of Liberty" and $1.50 a year is the price of (hailed Cloud Chi&f
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, JULY ll.JSSl.
ffSUCSt- $1.M ycit if paid It Advancf.
XOKTH-EAST Oil SUUTIf-KAST
lbin UobJ toj-ethcr with the C. K. it. H which
Burlington Route !
Fortmiih tnoftcojni!-tclinrbotcpn K-irak.a
luiiit Mid nil joint Eaf.MiMouri Kivcr.
I'urntusrrfi tiikitij thia line rru tho
Mo. Kivrr at l'lnlUmouth
Plattsmouth Steel Bridge,
Which hat Intcly lntn completed.
Through Day Conches
FiiHmnn Sleeping -Tars
and St. LOui.
Where (.lofrconnrrliniif arcmaJi'innniou'dcpr
for nil point JVurtli I'-i't and South. Tniinnby
tliii route Mart in Nebraska aro there
fore 1m-c from the ariiii orcident
which m (rtiiumtly d lay iraim
cmitiK Ihruu-di irom the tnoiin-tut-li.
nml pr 'Mincer. art: thus
urr of makinc t-oi'tl oin
r.rrtioim when they
t:ikr the B. .V M.
5n force in the Ftntc. s well a full and rcli.-illu
Itifuttiiatimi rriuirid. ran he had upon applica
tion t U. A Si. It. II. Aetnts t any of the
lriticipal t-itioiio, or V
lstf Cieiicral liclrt Atent.
Tliis pill is s. standard Liv
1 1 Q C cr Krgulaiur, an
UOC infallible r en c
y (vr Maianal Iiv. i.,
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C'oml ami a.-k ihcni wl.al I lie n-i'Hta
taiun ofihl-; iiill lia.s lifi'ii Cuivr l:y.'i
:iftT henriii if their .iierils buy a
lox ami trv tiiein.
It l the rennlt of SO Tcarn' eAnerlcnre ami
ciperininitnlnAcvrln llachlntR. ueoiMmntM
uu.td point nf all prvrnt and Jmmrr tmUrs. iunl in
not a ono nin " or " one idea " iua-hh:o.nx rt hern
are. ItaToldstlirtlrfcrtii of ithcr,atidiiA
reesea nctc anil raaW lcatunw ai'd couTliieuciv.
It iB laryr. JioAf.rmifjf, .oif-. lanjmtmr, run
rrnirnt, JvnJJr, mi 1 ;'. Wurrnnied nnu
kept In repair frrr for rscnr. rimiuur; witli
bent. A tnalwill vrrnoii lliin't fnil to M'f It
M Oinsr. CO .Horrnce. Mawi.: wiioiJrair.T:ii nr
iha 1. BKNT. bl and S Jackaoa St, Chicatro. ill.
FOB MAN AND S3AST.
T'nrmriTntlinn n tliirtlnf arrntnrrthc
Mcilenii IutAR t.tn!fnentbasben K
known to jnillloi:- !! over urn-Rona k?
tlif ce.ly Euro ip'Uxiicc lor tno relict ot
neeiiioiiia nnu liiiin. ii is si iiilniicuioi
iiImVi Jil ic Jitnl imlCf;-tli( Irt of tta
kl ml. lcr i.ry loun ul ijclinml luda
Mtjctantr I.tnhnent 1 j v itlirnt na canal.
II ltruetrnteit licit nml mnsrlo to
lo ery boat milking tho contrmi-:iiit-n
nr jiHln i ml iiitJ:iin:n:itifii iiniiw
.. ll tUvl upon llmiian llesli u'-l
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crcil. r it vaznanle l.rc or ox
.vt.l by tho healing power or thLi
W "hich tepwdCT cures Bocli ailment1 ot
trstnn uniiAN riiE-ll n
C Uheutuatidra. Srelllnirs. BtlfT
H'.oluta. Contrnctcd Mniclc, Iluni
IJnud Sralda, Cuta, Brli anil
Lnrnlll. PoiflOttOTta JXItca niltl
'-tp.iilnz. rt:fl-ea, Lamrneu, Old
f vorra, Vlcrr. XTroatbltca. mtlblaina.
hJ"ro Mjijilca, Cncd JSrenst. autl
, kudceel ccry nnii-r exicmiu iiit
Ife.n.c. Itlrnl-Vlthouicar. o
iB Fur tho lisirrB CnXAttON it urea
lt Snrelni. vinuv. StlwT Jntnts.
A tonailcr, IInzres Sore, Hoof lt
l ?aea, Fot lUii, ttcrcr Vi'ora. Scab,
lIIoUotr HorJt, Scratclicn, "4Vlud-J-.Ub,
Spavin, Tliml, JKJncbone,
pS t!e Slpht and erery oilier ailiaeut
,"Vto ivbicb tiio occKpnuta or Oie
Vx- urnt,i. uiil Stock Tartl are. Ilalilr.
S Tho Mexican 2Iuatati: r.Xutiucnt
(SiiWsva cares nml acver ili-ryotita;
I THE BEST
i CF ALL
TOE S!A1T OS BTATi.
A MONTH: 13TXT3 TISZXZV
9a Aft? "PJr.rS
jCwif ai'V?, sicm, bici Hiadndif, ( n
rVV ". tUIS, stiiaIK', ii.iouni'!.i,
4&'.5!5W' I)xtcn-ia, &c. Tint litis
' THE BEST I
OF ALL I
nrsrxKss director y
.T. K. Smith.
RED CLOUD, XEli.,
Transact a general bsinkinc bvAnw. buy and
fell cuwity warrant!, also County, Precinct na
.!)! District Rnd..
Ni-r.tiat- jurui mortr e.. Luy and Mil ior
eirn Kxcbanze. . .....
Wrptcial attention Kiven to collections.
i::rrnE!cicM:-M Nat. Bank New York. Oma
ha Nut. Bank. Omaha.
0. C. Capr. 3, SIcNtxT.
' Case 8c McNeny,
a rrouNr.v.s and coi;si:wi:s at law.
Will i.rjctieo in all the Court- of thi State find
Northern Kiuhm. Collectin)i as well
tlbniinrMcnr-lally and efficiently attended to.
ClrFK-K- On Webetor Strejt. ono door norta
of Uarber' Store,
ltKI) (I.OfD, NKB.
" "j. S. GILHAM,
A TTOKXKY AND COUNSEI-OU AT LAW.
tr one floor north ofKiiby Dron.
UE1) VU)U SEBKASKA.
Edwin C. Hawley.
ATTOHNEY AND COONSELOft AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drag Store.
sep cloud, neb.
Laird & Smith,
ATTOnNKY.SANDCOUNSF.LOnri AT LAW.
Hastincs, '- XKHHASKA.
Will practice in a.11 tho Court of tho Statr.
Prompt attention siren to all busineM entrusted
to hw care, jalyI-7
11. S. Kalkv.
C. W. Kaxay.
Red Cloud. Neb.
J. L. ICAI.r.T.
A TTOKNEY.S AT LAW 4 REAL ESTATE
Will prnelice in nil the Courts in Nebraska
and northern Knn: collcetiuij promptly at
tended to and correspondence folicitcd.
EED CLOUD, Kebraslt.
Alo. Accnt for B. i M. It. D. Land;.
E LBERT A. HAIX IW. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
BED CLOUD, NK1I.
A-itnn! Fnrewm B. .f- M. It. K. It. C Office
over JohnFoo .V Crep' ilry irondu tore. lteoi
dtnconvcr I'trkin .v MitchellV itoro. l'Juia
J. in. I?IOSEIMA, W. 1.
Physician and Surgeon,
Ilr.l) CLOUD. XKB.
Will pay fpecial attention to Obstetric-and
ilifrjs; of niuieu AUo jreneral and Miecial
mritery. Ii,eere o! the Kye and Ear. Chartw
iiimleratp. Oflice over Shorer PruK Store.
Itrndeuce -ilh Iioukb north of itchuol house.
Dr. H. A. Baird,
1 RESIDENT DEUTIST.
W. H. RICHARDS01ST,
ItKIi CLOUD. NKBKASKA.
lichrst raarkc-t price raid for how and enttle.
Guide Rock House,
GUIDE HOBK, NEBRASKA.
This Houhu hns just been refitted mid
newly furiuVheil throughout.
GOOD SAMPME UOOU"
fur the ucconiniodation of commercial
TO BUY THE
nml Finest Chemicals
AT THE LOWEST PKICES.
Also, Paints Oils and Dye Stuffs, No
Books & Stationery
Tobacco.. Cigars, Lamps, &c.
ordered for partic who may want any thine
not usually kept in tho valley.
COMK one and all and pet your poo 1. anil
ask for BOOKS from tho circulating library
Drucgist and Pharmacist,
RED CLOUD, - -NEBRASKA.
AKO' A TVLL LIS1J OF FAXCY
ALSO A FIRST diASS
Ice Greaxn Parlor,
Vlierc you Gin always
Set a nice dish of Ice Cre;uu during
A 6liare of the -t.uiblic patronage is
respectfully solicited. First" door
south of Mitchell & Morliart's.
Red Cloud,. -- - Nebbaska;
M. L. THOMAS, - cunw.
THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1881.
THE PBSSIDECT IS MP107IKS.
Feoliag: cf Saines: Ciasjsi t3 fiose of
Carf e:d ic &lm::t F:t lanjer.
Fxkcutive Mansion. July 9, 1 p. m.
on of the President contin-
!c. Pulse 106, temperature
101, respiration 3U. The next bulletin !
will I,.. is.,..d .a. r u. ,,,.
Washington, July 9. At three
o.clock p. m. the President was sleep- J CL'i'1 ssuraiicc of my personal sympa
ini! nicelv. Everything to-dav i1;is Hy with your government. I remain
been in hi-i favor, and a good night is
ExEctrriVK Mansion C p. m. The
President has been more comfortable
to-day than at any time since he was
wounded. His children were permit
ted to see him this morning and the
attending physicians report at 4 p. in.
that he is improving satisfactorily.
None of the attempts at artificial re-
frigcration thus far tried have met the
sanguine anticipations of their inven
tors and suggestors, but as the weath
er continues reasonably cool, the
President has not suffered much from
heat since Thursday. Experiments
are still being made with refrigerating
apparatus in anticipation of the return
of hot weather, which is predicted by
Cllveland, July 9. The democrat
ic convention of this county, in ses
sion to-day, unanimously and heartily
adopted the following, offered by Hon.
U. P. Spaulding:
Itesohed, By the democratic conven
lion of Cuvahoga county, this Sutur-!
day, July 9, 1881, assembled at Cleve
land, that looking upon Ja?. A.
(arficld asthe constitutional president
and chief executive officer of the Uni-
ted States of America, we regard ww ot pronounce him out of lnu.
attempt on his life as a crime of the v in o many won!, but Dr. Blks
most henious character, that the ''' ,m!:,.v h:" b,-CM :l v-r-v ,,r;Jrht "1,c
president be assured of our deepest ! A' lll White Ilou-e every word from
sympathy with himself and his family . ,,K ?i,c rooIn ''.is boe;i full of cheer,
in his afflictive dispensation, and ' T!,l President this afternoon dim-kd
that we rejoice to know that under Dr. Bliss when he went to the room
a kind providence the aim of the as-' '-picd !' c clerical force, to toll
sassin is likely to be discomfited; that! tl,e ,,n.v- l"t ' wa- all right, and
we recommend to congics the enact
ment of more stringent laws for the
protection of the persons of our execu
tive officers at the seat of govern
ment. JEFF DAVIS SPEAKS.
Louisville, Ky July 9 The Cour
ier Journal prints the following:
IlEALVOIK, HAUIttSON. Co.. Miss., 7
July 5th, 1SS1.)
Mr. Findly S. Calkins. Dear Sir:
I have received yours of the 4th inst.,
and thank you for the kind express
ions it contained. The evil influences
to which you refer and the bitterness
felt toward southern men, it may fairly
be expected, will give way to the sober
sense of the people. If they shall, like
yourself, detect the sordid motive for
which such stimuleuts are administer
ed, I will not, like the telegram you
site in regard to the attempted assas
sination of the President, say I am
thankful the assassin was not a south
ern man, but will say I regret that he
is an American. The crime, black
enough in itself, has a deeper dye
from the mercenary motives which
seem to have prompted it. I sincere
ly trust the President may recover,
and that the startling event will
arouse the people to a consideration
ofa remedy for the demoralization
which the wild hunt after office is i
creating. With best wishes for your
welfare, I am very truly yours
New Yokk, July 9. A dispatch re
ceived by residents of this city to-day
from Right Hon. Wnr E. Gladstone
saying they "are much touched by
telegrams about President Garfield's
condition, feel profound sympathy;
watch anxiously the acts of the Presi
dent "a progress."
THE MT.S. GARFIELD FUND.
Subscriptions to the fund for Mrs.
Garfield still continues to pour in.
W. W. Corcoran, Washington G. Y. ;
Sency and Geo. W. Cliilds, contribu
ted $5,000 each.
New York, July 9. The Garfield
fund now amounts to about $120,000.
LETTERS AND TELEGRAM?.
Executive Masson, July "9. Tele
grams and letters from all parts of the
country continue to pour into the
White House' and state dcpartmcntr.-J
This morning's, mail brought about a
bushel of letters to the state depart -
ment, all touching npon' the attempted J
assassination of the President. Ac-,
companyiug many of the letters were
handsomely engrossed resolutions 4
adopted by" city councils or public and
political bodies It is the purpose of He heardvhe man who he thinks was
the department to carefully preserve Guittean say to his companion.- Itl
all theso letters and telegrams, witit cannot be done at Long .Branch.- It
the ultimate view of having them ar
ranged, classified and printed. They
will doubtlos make several htrge vol
umes. THE CHIXrn MINlTEtt
who ha'j lcen ab-ent from the city
eome week?; sent to-day in his own
hand-writing the following:
Washington', July S Dear Sin
Having been absent from Washington
since May, I was not able to call in
person when the attempted anamina
tion took place. I would therefore
now request you to convey to the
President ami hi family my deep per
sonal sympathy and that of Mrs.
Young Miny. We pray that the Pres
ident will recover and be restored to
health and strength again. The Chi
nese government has undoubtedly ex
pressed to your minister in Pekiu it
horror of the terrible event; and its
sympathy for the President and hi,
fiimil.v- U wi mil uith J'HSht every
symptom of the Proident's improved
condition and final recovery. Ac-
your obedient servant,
To Hon. James 0. Blaine,
Secretary of State.
Minister White telegraphed from
Berlin to-day to Secretary Blaine: "I
am receiving congratulatory articles,
letters and telegrams from all classes
and parts of Ciermany upon the Pre.ii-
dent's improved condition
IlIKCKISIS IS PAST.
New Yokk, July 9. U. S. Senator
W. B. Allison, of Iowa, was found
this morning, and in response to a re
porter said, ''1 left Washington yester
day, and can say to you that the
opinions of cabinet officeis, the at
tending physicians anil all thoe who
have aeccvH to the President arc that
he will recover. Unforeseen compli
cations may ari.-c, but the universal
belief is that the crisis i past.
THE NATION!. PATIENT.
Washington, July 9. The chief in
terest about the President's shooting
now centers in the progress of hi.s
ft'11'1 recovery. The treatment under
which he has been all the time is tin
doubtedly the best. He gel along
vcty well under it. and grows Mronger
almost every hour. The physician"
that he hoped the doctor.- would soon
be through and for them to come to
see him. That is a fair sample of how
the President has been to-day. His
spirits have been of the highest and
his frame of mind the most cheerful.
It was with the greatest difficulty that
he was kept from talking all the time
when he was not asleep upon all man
ner of cheerful topics. Every two
hours he is getting a little rum and
milk in addition to his diet of gruel,
with oatmeal now and then. The
rum is some of the eighty year old
case that was sent him the other day.
This afternon, when he drank the
small mixture that Dr. Bliss handed
him, the President said, '.Oh. Bliss,
don't you wish you could have some
of the rare old article ?'' He smacked
his lips as if he enjoyed the thought
An instance of how light the hearts
aro at the White House will be of
interest. Young James Garfield and
Col. Rockwell's boy occupied a good
portion of the day with papers, scis
sors and paste in making a baloon.
They were making an immcnc one.
James Garfield said they were getting
the balloon ready, and as soon as the
President was pronounced out of dan-
Scr !'-v u,c doctor they intended to
huvc a grand ascension in the grounds
uac of the White House.
There is one thing that the Presi
dent does not like. He don't like to
have his wounds drcssd. It causes
him much pain, but he principally
objects to the uncomfortable position
which he has to a-sumo in order that
the doctors can accomplish the dress
ing He calls this operation hi" tor
ture. When Dr. Bliss tells him that
he is going to dress the wound, he
ncV.- ''Wnn. )nn ...III 1. -.. -A 1 ..
I .-nc, uun '"'o mil iiiu luiimt; uisi
this time ?"
To-night the President's conditions
arc favorable. Dr. Reyburn, who is
on dutJ wilh tl,e patient, says he is
gctting-along finely and could not be
The authorities continue to follow
up all clues and hints that they re
ceive about Guitteau. They find
nothing that does' not confirm their
previous conviction that he acted
alone, The attorney general to-day
received s letter from a man who lives
in New York. He savs he was in
.Washington June 13th, 14th and loth.
He "was aronnd to see the objects of
interest. On the 14th he took a seat
. in Lafayette park, near the White
House on a bench. Sear him sat a
man who answers the description, so
he says, of Giuttean. With Guhteatf
was a'shorter, stouter man with a dark
moustache, and light colored hair.
must lie done here in Washington
Arthur will then be President, and I
will eel nif pardon." This conversa
tion he thought nothing of until
heard the news of tlse nttemptud
Of some fifteen or twenty pe:-!'
who have been uciimiiitcd with Gtt
teau for the nasi twvle ears, nearly
all of them have pronounced him 1
in-ane, while many of the le.-t cum- j
iunl lawyers in the country dispute j
it. The lawyen asert that th
shrewdness displayed by the "niM '
in carefuilyarrangJiig all ol the de
teails for lining the bloody work,
nrovee conclusively that he is per
George Scoville, a well known at
torney of Chicago, lias furnished the
papers with the following sketch of
"Charles Julias Gitteau is my wife's
youngest brother and is about 10
years of age. He was born in Ann
Arbor, Michigan, or Kreeport Illmoi-.
I don't know which. 1 1 to f.unil.
moved to Kreeport about 40 ye..rs
ago. While quite young Charles, or
Julius, as he wa- called, was ambi
tious in his ideas. He was stilt to
Ami Arbor, but becoming infatuated
with the doctrines of the Uueida com
munity, he left college and joined
them. He put all his, money, some
$5,0K) or SC.UOO, into the community.
He also became dissatisfied with thai
society. They wet e similarly affected
toward him because he would not
work, but wanted to study the bible
and religions works constantly ; alter
being with the Oneida community
some four or l-f years he ran away.
I then asssisted him with money
This supported him until the commu
nity had given him back part of the
money he had inve-ted with them.
With this he went to New York and
commenced to live in attic on crack
ers and water until he claimed to
have di-coered that this only wa.
necessary to support life and keep Un
reasoning faculties and spiritual sen
ses in good order for communication
with the Deity. He started a religious
paper there for the purpose of conver
ting the world to his doctrines con
cerning the second advent of Ohriit,
which he claimed had really taken
place; he reached the end of his credit
in New York in lbGO. gave up the pi
per and came on to Chicago ; he made
such a failure of law practice, that he
finally confined himself lo soliciting
and collecting. The News soon got
after him and made it so hot for him
by exposing his crookedness in the
collecting butinc-- that lie left Chica
go again, went to New York, where he
was at one lime fully howii up in thu
Herald. He again appeared in Chica
go, claiming lo hac experienced a
change of heart; he soon l.rcanie
puffed up with his own impotiuicc and
began adwrtfsing him-'clf .i "the law
yer, theologian ,uu lecturer." TiiN
frequently got him into difficulty with
owners of hallo he had engaged lo de
liver lectures in. .is none ctnnr to bear
him, in fact he wa- co:i.oaiitl getting
into trouble of -ome kind or'ot.ier. J
have always conoidrt cd lum iii-anc.
but harmless, though on one occasion
I remember he did lai't: an ae and
threaten to kill bin si-ler. my wife.
She wanted steps taken at thattime to
have him confined in the ahim. but
I pur.otiaded her not to as hf would
be all the more dangerous an
enemy if he should get out. He would
rather die than do manual labor. His
hobby was lo lecture, talk, dream and
to study. I can imagine no reason for
hi attack on President Garfield. Al
though he was no politician he always
voted the republican ticket."
The Lincoln Globe has changed
hand-, and Mr. L.T. Calkins h.is taken
A little child was killed and two
men badly injured by the premature
discharge of a cannon in Lincoln on
A new political parly is to be organ
ized in Adams county, under the au
spices of the Farmers Alliance,
hope it may be longer lived and
complish more good than did
green-back party of this county.
Ex-U. S. Senator, Phineao
Hitchcock, dietl at his residence in
Omaha last Sunday morning. Mr.
Hitchcock was the originator of the
Homesteader's Timber Act, which was
designed to encourage timber culture
west of the Missouri river, an act that
h.is been of great benefit to many of
Webster comity's citizens and which
will be a lasting benefit to posterity.
The Chief has frequently in times
past, advocated the primary election
plan of nominating county olficcrs,
and it still holds that that is the only
fair way of making such nomination?.
The following from the Smith County
(Kan.) Pionrtr cxprcs?csctir views on
the the subject:
The question is one that materially
effects the Republican party a an or
ganization, and one in which the
people should ami do feel an interest.
That it is the only fai? way in which
to nominate County officer, is a- fact
that is undisputed. By this means
every Republican voter in the
County can have a voice in framing
our County ticket and every ncti's
vote counts just what it is worth to
himself, and not what it is worth to
a ring of political comorants and of
fice e.cekers who generally manipu
late our Conntv conventions.
wio saw zr nssT r
The onestinn of who discovered the
present comet, has become, a most mo
ihentGtis one. Over :M rteim- have
laid claim- to the honor xml'ths' War
ner priie'of $2m), and hll of thert' arc
within comparatively the 5arac time.
It is desirable -that no injustice be
done in litis matter, and to thl-- end
all p&rtiet wile-saw the corset' cTuring
thfe week eoding June 25tb; or previ
ously, will please forrrnl-their chums
withonrdelay to Prof. Swifi. Dkeetor
of the W:uTierObsp--T-ft.nRochfcicrr,
N. Y. .It is certain the rtfecovery was
made ri-f1 a privatedndividnil. hat who
that individual ir remains to be s03
he. i no i i nrcifs fox
Two Doors South of Bank, ;
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Staple $ vncyiIceries, :
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Choice Nuts? Fruits- & CAfections.
ligrFiesh Fruil. an 1 Vielabls Sold on lommiNJ,l. X
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M V.NTKACrURKHS (IF
ACME STEEL Barb
Wife' tliat will make a Visible Fence
Pigiight, Bull Strong fi Horac High.
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