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BID CLOUD, 1TCBSASIA.
. BY -
fo I THOMAS,
- I nurtsr.m?$Sntfz$ M.sm
"Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty and $1J0 ay ear is the price of the lied Cloud Chi of:
tUICi- $1.13 a rwifpildi AdTtrc,
REt) CLOUDi WEBSTORCO. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, AUG7 4. JSS1.
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NORTH-EAST Oil SOUTH-EAST
Tbis Boad tuKetber witb the C. B. A Q" which
Burlington Route I
I'nnn' thttno3tcomi)lctelin' between JMiraska
H,ir.t and all joint Eartof Mirautiri Riser.
I'aentrf tnVing this lino crow the
AJu. Hirer at I'luIUinuuth
Plattsmouth Steel Bridge,
Which baa latdy been completed.
Through Pay Coache
Pullman Steeping ?r
ARE RUN TO
and St. LMi,
Wbere close connection! are made in union depos
for nil rointi A'orth Eut and South. Train by
this route Mart in Nebraska are there
fore free from the various accident!
which so frequently cMay train!
Cbminc turouKb Inm tlio tnoun
taids. and passenger are thui
jure of tnakiDK Kood con
nections when they
Hike tbe B. AM.
In force in the Etntc. as well as full and relialle
infoiinntion required, can be bad oiou applica
tion to Is. A M. H. It. Agents ut any of tbe
principal station, or to
lUf Ucucral Ticket Agent.
This pill is a standard Lav
II Q C cr Regulator, an
U O L infallible rente,
ly for Malarial Fevers,
sion, Sick Headache, Con
Dyspepsia, &c. Tlmt this
l ill has lieen usea in pn-
atc practice for 35 years
is the greatest recommen
dntion that Q I I I O
can beciven I I W
&. it. Trvoncbox. Oi:lv2Cc
;S O. C. rny A llraekett
GrP Sole JVcprietur,
into the reliable sunl well-
Icnown (Irug.stuinl of R. R Sliorer Red
Cloud and iuk them what thu rcputa
tnioti of ihiH pill has been j-inee 1S35,
niter liearjnyr of their mcritii buy u
liox And trv lliciu.
It M the result orZO venra' experleeo and
ilrIiuoutH tn scwlnir Slacblnca. it cemtowj -
i me uid nt(ua. features cud canwilexicen.
7t f tarn, KqhUrtmning. noUrltu, haniUoBU, am-
rvnttnr, avraotr, nnii piwiyw, i iirnimrn nn
bext A trial will prove it. Ilou't Tali to wtc tt
M AOrflN B CO..lorenoo, Mara. : whouxaixs ft
4EO. P. I1ENT. SI and S3 Jncixra Bt, CUcago, 111.
FOE HA1TAKD BSAST.
FflrnioTB thnn n. third of n. wmtnrvtho
I Mexican Miialatif; Linimenthasbeen
Uniwn tomUtlons nil over tlm world as
ithc crJysufo lolhuico for ttic relinf of
(uccldents luul liain. It is n modialno
,:ilinvi jiriCDHinf pmlc the beatoflta
ikiutl. l'ori-vory fosuiofczlcrunlpaia
Mnstnng I.lnimcnt is vrithoutan oqnal.
It praeti-atca flc.li and rauaci f
the rrjr on-niHkins tlio contrnu
liiui'O of pain i nl lulhimmntlon imiras-
i-ih!. Iim i-rreciaiipK" Iluninn l"l-a!i u'lil
:t!uitr:ito nntiou are iqu&Uy 7oniier
ifu!. UUo ilcxiciui
! T.ir.iun nt is needed by 8omcboly in
" very hoac Every 1uy l.:i:i? uv its or
ti.itlHlui.-tl, of rlirumntio inortyra re-
!ttorel, or a alMnble liorae or ex
d by tlio licuill is power of this
whirh ppecdilv rurrs euclt Kllzacats of
tlio ItrMAN 1'Lliill S3
I TtneiimatlBm. Swell hr. Gtltt
Joint. Contracted 2XascZes, JBrna
I unit Sceluv Cats, J5rBlci and
;h:rn!n:, Pclconeni B'tos and
IXttits, f-'ttfn-a, Lnmrafti, Old
Jhorc rsipplrs, .akcl Jsrrast. and
Itudceit every fontt of cxtcrubl CI
je.-c it lich? Mllliont tarr. 3
For tbo BSCTK CitKanoK it nrrs
Knmius. SwiimT. KtlfT Joints.
roujulcr, Ifarrlers jore, Iloor DU
cc.ti, Foot I'.OXf tiarcw IVoraa, 8cab,
ucuo-.r utMn. rcrotcii, usti
Talla. Spavin, Tlrah, lvlii;boB,
Ojtl Smea, I'uII J.vil, I'lltix upon
llic Slrlit anil Vrry Slier ailment
to ivUU:& tne dtfrpaut of Om
Ntnlilc and Mock litni arc lt.ilI.
also Mexican Mitstnn J.!aimcnt
nlwivs cures r.nU tievcr tUsappoiats;
ana 11 is, posuivcjy
A MONTH' A5SSTS ViSfOt
75 fc-U twlltnr ArtieV. is i WWwM t ins.
J.E. Smith. .
Prm'tlit Nat. Bank
RED CLOUD, NEB.,
Traniact. general bk$M jSSJS."22
Mil county warrant!. alo County, rneiuet aaa
Sehool Dlrtriet Bondt.
Negotiate farm taOTlgVtl, boy Mi kU JOT
eiirn KxchaDce. .n:-.
5wepecial attention gWan to colIeeUoM.
RKrKtEcr-lst Nat. Bank New York. 0
h Nat. tank. Oaaha.
Case & McNeny,
A TtOByEYS AND COUNSELOBS AT LAW.
WU1 nnetiee In all the Conrte of thla Btata and
Northern Kaniaa. ColleoUona oi iwsll aa lUbjar
ted bufinew earelulbj and efficiently attended U.
Orrica:- On Webrtcr fitroet, ono door norta
of Garbor'! Store,
REP CLOUP, NEB.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTOBKEY AND C0CN6EL0R AT LAW.
Office one door north oKaley Bros.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTOKNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office over Farley's Drug Store.
bsd cloud, 1mb.
Laird & Smith,
attorneys asd counselors at law.
Hastings, - Nebraska.
Will practice in all the Court! of the State.
Prompt attention riven to all basinets entrsited
to hii care,
II. 6. KiLtr.
C. W. Kalct,
Hcd Cloud. Neb.
A TTORNEYS AT LAW REAL EST ATI
Will praclire in all the Court! in Nebraska
and northern Kanrac: collection! promptly at
tended to and correspondence rolicited.
BID CLOUD, Nitoitkt.
Abo. Aicenls for D.4M.K. B. Lands.
ELBERT A. HALL RI. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Awsistan! Sarceon B. M. R.K. R. & Olce
over Johnon & Crep' dry goods rtore. Resi
dence over Perkins X Mitchell's store. 196m
J. III. IflOSENA, HI. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
R.I CLOOD. NEB.
Will pay special attention to Obstetrics and
dices os of women Also general and special
surgery- Dift-iscs of theEyoand Ear. Cbargee
moderate. Office over Sherer's Drns; Store.
Residence 4th house north of school house.
DR. C. SVHENCK,
RED CWUD, NEBRASKA.
Professional calls promptly attended.
Office: over Sherwood's BUre. 8-51
Dr. H. A. Baird,
W. JT. RICHARDSON,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
tlisheit market priee fcald for hoin and eattle.
Guide Rock House,
J. B. SABIN, Propr,
GUIDE ROBK, NEBRASKA.
This House has ju3t been refitted and
newly furnished throughout.
GOOD SAMPME ROOM
for the accommodation of commercial
RED CLOUD, NEB.
The choicest of Fresh meats, gaaeace
Fowls aad every thing in the liae that the star
ket affords, always on head. . . .
WShop two doon soath of Sherer'! draa star
TO BUT THsl
and Finest Chemicals
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Also, Paints Oils and Dye Stuffs, No
Books & Stationery
Tobacco, Cigars, Lamps, Ac
PA TENT MEDICINES
ordered for parties who may waat anything
not usually kept in the valley.
COME one aad all aad get your good.
aek for BOOKS from the etreaiatiac
Druggist aad Pharmacist.
fetters ! -Xcthsrs ! ! & ! ! I
Arayoo d:tnrbed at night and broken of year
Klliri cWk rtila niprinr mad erviac with the
T-rnriit tnr- luin of rurttnr teetht 1 f SO. SG at
eace and get a bnttl f Sin. Wlnlow's 8-th-teg
Syrar. It will rvlicwe the poor httlesuffer
er isarBtdialelr-depenil n its there is ao
nirtake about it. There is net a wether" en earth
who has ever ased it. who will not tell you at
once that it will retulxte the bowels, end give
rest to the author, arid relief and health to the
efclld. operating like natic. It I perfectly safe
to use is all ea;er. and pleasant to the taste. and
Is tbe prescription of ono of the eldest aad heat
esoale i'hyjieit) and nursee in the United
snetv;.- beh everywhere.- 25 ceacta bottler
M. L. THOMAS,
THURSDAY, AUG. 4, 1881.
The ladies of Omaha have organ
ized a Land League, whatever that
A Negro tramp fired three shots at
Mr. Taylor, road master on the A. &.
N. last week, but fortunately missed.
Rnv. Ttbbles, of Omaha, ras re
cently married to "Bright Eyes,"
daughter of the Chief of the tribe of
Serious troubles are anticipated
between the government authorities
and the settlers in the Choctaw and
Patrick W. Crows, inventor of the
"infernal machines" with which it
was expected to blow up England, has
been placed under arrest.
A terrible drought has prevailed
in the frontier counties of Texas, and
crops are reported an entire failure,
and the grass has all dried up.
Martail law has been declared in
Perry county, Arkansas. The out
laws and desperadoes have been car
rying things with a high hand.
.The State Journal force of printers,
or a part of them went on a strike the
other day, and thenwent out of town,
some of them with the police close to
A terrible railroad war in passen
ger rates has been going on in the east
for some time, and those who have oc
casion to travel over the roads are
happy in consequence.
The Denver, Rio Grande & Wes
tern R, R. Co., has commenced opera
tions in Utah. It has a capital of
$37,580,000, and proposes to cover
Utah with a net of Narrow Gaguc
tracks and compete with the Uuion
A Plucky lady by the name of
Spencer, residing in Lincoln fired
three shots at a burglar who was try
ing to break into her house while her
husband was absent. The second shot
tumbled the villain over, the other
two did not take effect.
The fastest time for a long distance
on record was made by the special
train that carried Drs. Hamilton and
Agnew, to the beduide of the presi
dent when he suffered the relapse
last week. The run was mado from
New York to Washington at an aver
age rate of 55 miles an hour.
The President is reported as
proving very rapidly now, and tlj
physician's think that he will be at
in a short time. The locality of tje
ball lodged in his body has bcea
found and will be cut out if founj
necessary. The location of the bal
is abont four and a half inches belof
and to the right of the naval, jui
above the groin.
Tt.... TO.,.. ., .
uiifc m j.iaiamoutn last wee:
we called on the Enterprise, H. M
Bushneir8 paper, and found the boy
"at home." Bush is working hard
make his paper a success and as h
has a first class office and a gooj
country to draw from, and a'thrivin!
town to look to for support, and mora
over is a hard worker himself, we see
no reason why he 6hould not succeed j
Success to the Enterprise.
A reward of $5,000 subscribed by
the diferent railroad companies that!
have lines running through the state
a k a - a
oi Missouri has been offered by the
governor ot that state for the capture"
of the Winston tram robbers. Th
leaders of the gang are the notorious
Frank and Jesse James, and they
have been outlaws since the war,
harbored by the people of Missouri
and aided and abetted by their friends
in Jackson and Clay counties. It is a
dangerous undertaking to attempt to
capture them In their stronghold
(Clay Co.) ai? several detectives have
loarned to their cost
still ur tb too.
Denver, July SO, 18SL
A sojourn of four days in St. Louis
gave us a taste of the burning heat by
day and torrid temperature at night,
which drives the population of that
great city away to the mountains and
the sea for relief, rest and recupera
tion. How kindly Providence pro
tides the means to answer the wants
and needs of his children. The modes'
of travel of fifty yea'rs ago would not
answer the necessities of thase great
cities, whose homes are little better
ffianpentup furnaces; whose WaUa"
are heated by day and night during
the long, torrid summer.
Our railreads, the nation's great
commercial arteries, whose iron bands
run like sp:ucrs webs to and fro.
across the rnntinan v. :
hither and thither, hundreds of tW J
sand of the overworked and panting
denizens of our great cities, to while
away weeks and months in building
up wasted energies amid the tonic in
fluences of pure air, reat, and social
The Chicago and Alton train leaves
St. Louis at evening, and if the trav
eller telegraphs in advance for a berth
in the Pullman he will find himself
as comfortable, and meet as gentlo
manlv attendants as in any first class
.nl0l in iIip pnnntre Tim trsuk U in
excellent condition, the cars perfect
in ventilation and all their appoint
ments, and one can sleep so sweetly,
and in the morning awake to find the
train still pushing on westward along
the beautiful valley of the Kaw River,
both sides of which at this writing arc
covered with fields of corn so im
mense and full of promise that one
miuht safely contract on the part ofi
thin nation to grow this staple for the
A short morning ride brings the
traveller to Kansas City which is not
in Kansas at all, but is a bustling,
thriving town in Missouri. How im
portant it is as a competing point may
be seen by tho fact that three rival
lines connect it with St. Louis and an
equal number of through lines with
Chicago, and the great Union depot is
a most busy place. If the traveller
has not secured his section two days
ahead by telegraph and is not willing
to plank down one of Uncle Sam's $10
greenbacks, he will certainly nit up
across the plains, for everybody is
taking the A. T. & S. F. known as the
Bananna line. That $10 investment
will pan out more comfort than can
be realized in any other way. The
cars on this line are unequalled; the
paper wheels gliding along the track
of steel so smoothly that the traveller
reads as easily as in his parlor in his
Evidences of civilization meet the
tourist everywhere. He remembers
that a few years ago the great battle
of Free Speech, Free Soil, and Freo
Kansas was here foucht; that the
beautiful city of Lawrence was sacked
and plundered, and the cry of Bleed
ing Kansas was heard as the Marcel
laite that stayed the tido of barbarism
and gave birth to freedom in this
fctatc. What she is and what'shc will
be may be judged by 32,300,000 bush
els of wheat grown in 1880 against
260,00 bushels grown in ItJtiti. A few
yea is ago vegetables could not be
grown at Topeka, and the eastern
section of the state was an arid desert,
as the western half now is. The fer
tility of these plains begotten by cul
tivation, is a fact fixed and settled.
Rain always follows in tho train of
agricultural progress, and the pioneers
march over tho trail is only needed to
make this great waste bud and blos
som liko tho rose. Farms and ranch
es; towns and cities, in twenty-five
years will cover the entire state. We
pass Topeka, with its 16,000 inhabi
tants, its Capital, its Female college
and its Historical Library. On and
on the engine bears its ten cars of
humanity und its tons of mail, bag
gago, and express matter, screeching
through villages and towns, corn to
the right of us, corn to the left of us,
and cattlo evey where. To cat at
Florence is to remember the meals
at the Massasoit House, Springfield
Massachusetts. Florence carries the
banner. Night comes on, and tlcepy
eyes arc closed, and the Pullman's
restful solace in railroad journeyings,
carries its precious frcightago locked
in the realms of dreamland, on
through the plains, where a few years
ago the sharp clear shots of the Indi
an bullets went whistling through the
train as the engeneer whistled "down
brakes" to allow ten3 of thousands of
Buffaloes to cross the track. Morning
comes, and the sun shines on vast
sage plains as we sweep on through
the valley of the Arknsas, with here
and there the "dug-out" of some
heroic pioneer, the avant courier of
thc-oncoming civilization of the near
future. Carcasses of cattle and
horses are seen every where, decaying
evidences of the severity of a winter
unknown in the annals of western
Pueblo was reached, and every pas-
tenger bid good- bye to conductor, en
gineer, and all attendants of the train,
porter included, and they will ever
bespeak a kindly word for the general
ifficers who conduct and manage the
A. T. & 8. F., the best organized and
equipped railroad in America. Pue
blo is the junction of the Denver 4
Rio Grande R. R-, with the A. T. &
S. F. It is divided into the North and
South Pueblo, seperated only by the
Arkansas Biver. There are large
Smelting works and an imaiense es
tablishment fof the manufacture of
Beswrafer steel with-capacity to pro-
duce 30,000 tons of steel fails per an
num in South Pueblo. It is a first
class lilace to start' a temperance So
ciety, as there are rricre gin mills to"
the acre than in any other ttiwri rfh
the continent. The""waseec trmshee"
are plentiful everywTifJre, and Sin Gee,
Mb Yaw and Ching jLonjg del 6 here
among the mysteriea oT dirty liriin.
Over the Denver 4 &b Grande, tbi
6cenic lin6 of Americai
ride brings us to Denver,
a,' city of
36,000 inhabitants, situatad On the
plains 4713 feet above the sea.
VlVthfeM The! aflcreC tbe tUU.
Graflnn i to have a school building
to cost 13,500.
Thr .iMeed value of Clav countv h
Work has commenced on the
Platte bridge al Fremont.
The new creamery at Crete is meet
ing with flattering silccoss.
Hastings has secured a new flouring
mill with four run of stone.
One man at Hardv hds shipped
lover tlU0.007 WOrtH Of StOClC SlllCe
Lumber in Lincoln has advanced in
the last sixty days about forty per
It is said Gen. Weaver recived $50
for every speech delivered in Ne
braska. Tho Univcrsalists of Hebron and
vicinity are talking of building a
There are now 65,000 head of cattle
at Otrallala. and a like number yet to
The amount to be awarded to fast
stock at the coming Saline county
fair is $4,600.
There are in Dodge county 49,081
acres of wheat to 12,3)8 of corn and
12,276 of oats.
The Sioux City and Pacific company
are building extensive stock yards in
The alliances in York county will
hold a convention on August 20th to
nominate a county ticket.
A recent enumeration of Burt
gives a population of 7,4514,042
males and 3,509 females.
Cattle aro held at unusually high
figures at Ogallala this season, conse
quently sales are limited.
The B. & M. Surveyors have loca
ted a north and south line of railroad
through Chester in Thayer county.
A large number of fheep ranches
have been located on Lodge Pole
creek, north of Sidney.
Eleven car loads of hogs, worth
$9,600, were shipped from Oakland,
Burt county, to Chicago one day last
The total tax lew in adams county
is 17 mills on the dollar. In Linccln
county it is over 40 mills on the
dallar. ' "" -
There are at present thirteen li
censed saloons in Nebraska City, and
$6,500 has been paid into the school
fund. The demand for harvest hands ex
ceeds the supply in all parts of the
state. Wages range from $2 to $2.50
Stone is being put in the ground
for the U. P. hotel building, at North
Platte. It comes from a quarry south
The Ii. it M. land depart will send
out 100,(100 bill for the coming ol
diers re-union in Lincoln, to be dis
tributed in the east.
Tho total valuation of property in
Gage countv is $2,718,928, an increase
of $305,053". The levy is eighteen
mills on the dyllar.
It is estimated that there will be
about 30,000 head of cattle, or about
eighty trains of stock, shinned from
Grand Island alone this fall.
John W. Bookwaltcr, the demo
cratic candidate for governor of
Ohio, owns 11,721 acres of land in
Pawnee connty, worth $120,000.
John Bruckner while at work with
gang of men on the U. P. branch,
between Columbus and Lost Creek,
fell dead the victim of suntroLc.
The farmers' organization of Thayer
county proposo selecting tu0 candi
dates for omcc'a few weeks previous
to the holding of the political primar
ies. A little child four years old, belong
ing to a Swede family named Brcdcn
bure. was struck by lightning and in
stantly killed, near Wahoo a few days
Recently a sister of Henry Arrant,
of Kearney, came over from Ger
many. Thursday week she thought
it would be nice to go out and help to
harvest, which she did without any
bonnet or covering on her head. The
result was that she was sunstruck and
died in a few hours.
The increase of Adams county is
figured thus: Wheat, 50 per cent;
corn, 40; barley and rye, 35; potatoes.
50; broom corn, 35; flax, 40, and all
vcrv much superior to the crops
Quite a number of enterprising
citizens of Columbus have formed a
new joint stock association to estab
lish a fair grounds and driving park,
with a capital of $2,500 as a basis.
Last Monday the little son of Mr.
Waltemath, of Sterling, Johnson
county, was horribly burned and
died in great agony, after three hour s
suffering. He poured kerosene on a
Under the operations of the Slo
cumb law, Columbus has developed
an enormous number of sick men.
Durinc the month of June
sons applied to the drug
Old Mr. Seckaty, about seventy
years of age, living southwest of Ster
lig, shot at but missed his wife tbe
other day. It seems he has attemp
ts to iak hr life several tiaaes pre
vious 6ai had not yet succeceded.
Two' crews of tracklayers on the
B. St X. met last Monday in the vicin
ity of Diller. Over 300 miles of what
will evidently be the main line be
tween Chicago: and Denver are now
completed and it is expected that it
will be the main line from Crete west
until the rart bltwn Wrtnrrri and
I trip Misannri Ti mfnnfotw TVia
road traverses the best portion of
Nebraska and is bound to do a large
local as well as t&rotnra' buaiBeM.
j Fairburv Gazette.
The pay car on the A. &. V. had
qnite a little circus down near Te-
cumsen last Tuesday. Engineer War
ren Fuller picked up tC two year-old
heifer and made beef of her m short
order, brut in the meaatinfe the' back
trucks of. the car were thrown off the
track. Alkut tkis tim too, the train
stmck mh all bridjre' where1 about
fifty horses were tied that belonged
to a'jiart of men that were .hunting
ra . uiu.ueu wv in me. Jrmins.
The an Lmal3' stampeded and ii k said
! that loose horses were scattered
theduhtfy for xqplea'&rotaftfc-
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RED CLOUD- -
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Staple Fancy Groceries,
TOI5AOCO & ei&APS
IN TOWN. ALSO
Choice Nuts, Fruits, & Confections.
Freah Fruits and Vcgotabls Sold
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MANrFACTUREKS OF THE
ACME STEEL Darb Fence Wire
Wire that will make a Visible Fence
PlC Tight. Bull Steoss Hbfsd High,
Factory three Blocks north of Post Office.
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