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RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO-NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, AUG. I8.1SS1
frSATSS? r r.KKFCf &aM
ts-u&'r ? eHrff
S. C. Skits.
This iload -together lth the C. Bfcich
Burlington Ri !
point and all points Kaftof JriiMor
J'eDeri taking; this line ert
Jio. Rirer at Plaflsmoutl
over tho t
.Tlattsmouth Steel Ee,
Which hu lately been cosnple
Throwgh Day Concho
lu Italian SIfccpiiir
ARE RUN TO
and St. Iain,
"tCbere clofe connrctions are tnaJe in on be
foralliK)in(iJVorthEait aodHonth. Tb
this route tart in Kebraika are
ton ttet from thn raricrai accidei
whicb ro irrqurDtlr dlay train;
tonnes turoccn irom tne aoun
taid. and paf Mog-era aro thm
core of makinc rood con-
ccrtiont when they
take the B. M.
RED CLOUD, NEB.,
Traiiact a general banklnr bwiseM. buy and
eU county warraau. alio County. Precmct tad
hJehool DUtriot Bondi.
StcotUte farm nortg ag e. buy and sell or-
'5w-Bpt ciaf attentioB giren to collectloni.
Rraict-l"t Nat. Bank New York. Ob-
071 COUXSrOVSZOT XV TH-IWITXI2.
M. L. THOI4AS,
0. C. Crt.
Case & McNcnv,
A TTOUHEY.S AND COUNSEl-OHS AT LAW.
Will practice in all the Coarti of thii 8uta ud
Northern Kanww. Collectiony a well aa lltlga
t ,. ; r..ii. ..j .ffli.lntl attended to.
OtriGK- Ob Webur Street, one door north
KKD OOUP, NEP- 1
A CTORSEY ASD COOTi8nLOB AT LAW.
Office one dour north of Koley Bros.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
THTmSDAY, AUG. 18, 1881.
In forci- In the Etnln. a well.as full and re
nnfoimaticn rrouirvd. can be'had upon ap
nion to B. Jt M. R. K. AgenU at any o
principal fUtionr, or to
nitf 'General Ticket AgMrt;
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTORNEV AND COUNfiiXOR AT LAW.
Office: lBt-fioor aontih'of Smith Bros.
SEO CLOUD, NIB.
Lai&id & Smith,
attorneys andtjocttttclobs at law.
Hastings, - Nebraska.
Will practice in all the CourU of the State.
Prompt attention giTen to all btuineai nd
to bia care. 'BlJI '
k'B '--yS J
ATTORNEYS XT LAW BKAL XST&TM
Will rwtieeln all b Onrtt In Kebraika
i . ... - tr.... .,.nilna nrnmtitlV at
1 1 C P cr Krulator, ' uBded to and corxMfondence aolicitod.
U O a- infalhhle rem XD CLOTO, Urtruki.
ly for Malarial cvt AUo, Asontifor D.4M.R. B. LanJi.
TREsmcNT Garfield haa been nt
tackefiroy wnother violent fever but
isaaidto-be slowly recoveriug from
The lateat associated press -patches
to the Omaha Bee. eays that
the president has suffered a very
serious back-set. He wae fieized with
a severe spell of voniificg which has
continued at intervals. A lie pny
sicana now regard his case as very
This pill is a standard '.
G R E E NDT;icj ELBERT A, HAIA Rf . D.
ick Headache. CoiPVys j. C jail &5Urge01l,
f irinfflf .f
"'" ",",,"au"l - ... ntnn urn
0 U N T A J f AwinUnl Burgeon B. fr M. R.R- C
n ,.... over onn-on crer ary "" ""
I)-spepa, &c. Tintt iDdenoe wer Perkins Mitchell's store.
ii hat Ik en used in pr;
j. m. ifiosEWA, n. d.
:nePRa"fireafmSa PhySlCiail aild SUTgeOll,
ion that D 1 1 I G RKD CLOUD. NEB.
beciven I L J -in pay gneclal attention to Obstetrics and
Try one !-ox. Orl,rf;ii""rfAi;"li?. Ch'Se.
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'.! A Brnekrf
Kana Cttv Mnf
Drop into the reliaVile and wol
f Jcnown drug sli-nd of 11. R. Sherer Rel
Myioud imn ask tnem wliat the repuU
iion oi tins pill has been since 183
uicr iicinn oi ineir uterus uuy
box and trv them.
Residence 1th house north of huol.bou-e.
mmjj, ii irfi u iHHMiaiiiLii
DR. C. SCIIENCK,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
rofcssional calls promptly attended.
over Sherwood's fitoro. 8-51
The city of Pitteburg Virginia waa
visited by atcnrible storm 1at Satur
day and anammcBS amouat-of prop
Twn?Av fliTaira in New Mexico re
becoming serious. The twpply -of
troops is not adequate to fbe -aemtna
and the doprodationa of the Apaches
A cow on the track of tho Grand
Trunk railway between Montreal and
Toronto was the .means of throwing
an engine -and iiartecn cars loaded
with excursionists down an embank
ment last Saturday. The engineer
and a number of passengerd were
killed outright and a large number
It seems strange to s that the
"strong minded" Tvomen ho tOBrper
anco and suffrage workers should
make so much effort in beliaTT Jf the
fallen ones of the male sex and
demand the ballot on the gronnd that
their votes would be instrumental in
closing the saloons and thus saving
men from going the downward road.
Why do they not mako r little effort
in behalf of their fallen sisters?
Women wield the social powers and
can do far more good in reclaiuuing
the fallen ones of their own sex with
out the ballot, than they could in
reclaiming the degraded of the oppo
site sex even though they had the
right to vote twice over. Let charity
begin at home, and let thone who .ane
so anxious to do something for IkUlec
men tnrn -fltt-ir atttention and extend
a helping hand to their fallen sisters,
and when they arc successful in re
claiming those from a life of shame
and degrcdation it will be time to
demand the ballot that they may
ameliorate the condition -of mac
Dr. H. A. Baird,
eeand RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
rfaaf fJk 1
gtmtpMnf of allprtfnt mAformtr mhr, and U
'a a one nian,ror on Idea " machine, aa otbara
. ..- . .. . .
W, IT, EICHARDSOff,
It la the rraalt of CO yrarV expert
exprrlrapot to Sewlojr Machine. It ttmtbimn !A
aw. It aTolda ike defcrta of athentand roa-
mmmm nnr ajiu vaiHaw iaudih aiui nrnivniffuvt.
htnuing, mwim, aM(um,n,vi.
It IB lame. l,a)
fmisnt. aunib't. will nmplt. VarrnBtt4! mA
best A trial will lroeit. Don't full tn bm U
m uiHiK itinorenee, Man.; wroucaui bt
EO. P. BENT, a and 8S Jackaon St, Chicago. UL
FOfl KAN JJSD 2SAST.
For more tbanx. thtyfiertf n.jMirrr th
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
ligheet market price paid for hogs aad caltla.
I known toniUUnnK n ovor tlmworlil u
ltli onlr arn relianoo for tho mllnf or
niiionta mid iln. Jt U n mtI!clno
t n !., jirlpti miI jinilsc the beat or tea
hind. For ; very fotiu of external tamlm
It iicnetratra fleata and atnacle
the very bene muklnt; tlia oniiilnn.aW
Hiiro of pnln nml Inflnniiaatloti Iiuikm.K
mnii. ! tiiociHupoa jiuuixn ucauanil
tin-BniloCrmlloii aruruiaillv wnmlcr.
fu. Tho Mexican
ILlnlmrnt Is noeflfHl br otncboly In
rvety Iiousp. fcrery Aiiy brlupt ncwa or
I tha astoay ofna awful arald rr burn
lauhducMl. of rliemaaatla inartrrt nv
latomt. or a valaaaMe Btoree or mx
aaretl by tuo iissuiiigpowenuribis
which ependllr enrrut smelt aUmeats of
the IICMAJi iXJj-U as
Rbcuiiiatltin, Srrelllnea, SttsT
joints. coAtxacteA Xaacle, Uurua
aad Nralda, Carta, Braiatl aad
0ftralu, Polieuesi Bttea and
Stlngii. -I'tim.raa, Twcnrav. eid
Narr a, Clcrre. Froalbltra. tlillljlalns.
Mere liilca, Caked Krcaat. and
ludecd every form of external dle
cmKev It hrr.Ia vlthont lean.
For tiro Bjuttu Ckuahok H c urea
SpnUot, SirlauT-. Ktinr Jolnta.
Found ftnnacpe SotTa.XToof la
raaca, Foot RaC Screw Waraa. Scab.
UeUow Cora, Scratclses, triad
ralla. 8pvln, Tstrnh, Rlncbone,
Old Sorra'.- PoU Xil. Filan nnea
the Mcht aad errary other ailment
tu -which, trie occnnauli of cite
Th 9Xxidaa Uautaaa; lUntaroat
alwraya ourcs and ucver Ciia' poinU ;
aw j i is, poaiuve;y,
Guide Rock: House,
J. B. SABIX, Prapr,
GUIDE ROBK, NEBRASKA,
his House has just been refitted and
1 newly furnished throughout.
GOO -SAMrME ROOM
fr the accommodation of commercial
TO BU THB
and Finest Chemicals
'AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Aljo, Paints Oils nd Dye Stuffs, No
Books & Stationery'
Tobacco, Cigars, Lamps, Jfec.
ordered for Bartiet who as? want anything
Wt.asually kept in tho Taller.
'GOME one and all and get yonr roods, and
Ux for BOOKS from the circulating library -
Druggist and Pharmacist.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Sbidler ft SHrey.
The above will be the style of the
new banking firm, soon to begin busi
ness at Red Cloud Nebraska. Perhaps
York never has had two more pre
eminently successful business xuen
thnnDr.iG- W. Shidlcr and Edbert
Shircy. The doctor has beon periinrpfi
thenost successful practioner ever in
York, and of courso we dislike o lose
him, but he has turned his .profes
sional business over to his former
partner, Mr. J. J. Porter of Iowa,
whom wo find a solid, matter of fact
Mr. Shirey, who came hero a few
years ago, comparatively a poor boy,
has by hard work and close Applica
tion amassed quite a handsome um
of money, and, as he has received a
thorough and practical education in
the banking Ihouse of Sayrc & Atkins
of York, ho is amply qualified to
carry on Biich business for himself.
The firm is composed of two solid
and practical business men of whom
Red Cloud may well be froud. PbrJb
TfceSlonmtLtecLw Xtelarti CMttl
t&Uaoal ty tkt Itpmu Cnrt
A.S5SS.TH! Asms wumst
FOUNDATIONS OF SUCCESS.
10 Lava or TaADa. A CYCLOPEDLAF
Business &L Form
The SSefet Of 8BJCCBSS in Life. The Laws of
Traae. Legal Fbrats, How to Traacact Bosiaese
Valaable Tables. Social Etieiette. Parliaea
tary Usare. How to Ceadaet Pablio Meet!ar
Lata- tfrarr-SoiiatiBi, Jt ia a CMafht
j . - -
MMelftBWCeesS. Areata Ukiar
4T Otdert per Week. A Family Neoeesity.
JMnm ar Ctrtalatslair SPKIL Terns.
ANCHOR PUBLISHING CO.
CHICAGO ILC. OR ST. LOUIS SCO.
The test case was one against
Pluelcr, a liquor dealer of Omaha.
From the Bee of last Saturday we
gather the following particulars:
There was "Considerable doubt ex
pressed as to whether the Slocamb
liquor law was constitutional or not,
and to decide the matter Plueler and
half a dozen others were arrested for
an infringement eff the law. Backed
ky tho other liquor dialers of the city,
riueler'a case was mad a test case.
It came up for trial at the last session
of the district court before Judge Sav
age. There were two principal ques
tions involved. First as to whether
the law was constitutional, and sec
ond, whether xn unexpired license
under the old law did not protect him
from prosecution. Judgo Savage
decided both of these questions ad
versely to Plueler's cause and the'
jury returned a verdict accordingly.
We as matter of form a motion for a
new trial was made by Gen. Cowin
and overruled by Judge Savage in
order that the case might get imme
diately into tho supreme" court. The
matter waa argued before tbo' su
preme body this week, Judge Wakeley
aad Gen. Cowin appearing for the
plaintiff in error, and Geo; asta
bfobfcand Hon. Geo. W. Ambrose,
Th decision will be received witfc
tlksiiterable surprise. It affects
large interjaaad was not generally
ToKciio Springs, August 15, 1881.
The wealth of the minerals in the
3nnuoaceuntry led the D. Jc R. l.
C R. Co., epen up communication
with that hitherto inaccessible region
on the Pacific Slope, or -tbo other side
of the Continental divide. The work
waa begun hut November, axul I -shall
Beek to give the reader some idea cf
tho country, the grandeur of tiw
scenery, and the marvelous engineer
ing skill which has opened up this
reat highway of commerce, where
eiglit raontlis ago these mountain tc
ccmm were undisturbed and htuhed
in the stillaess of the eternal past. At
South Arkansas, leaving the anain
line, we whirl along the valley ci the
South Fork, up a steep stountain
grade and soon reach Poncho Springs,
a new town lying in a beautiful valley
the hot springs being up the mountain
sido a mUe and a half away. Leaving
the cars purposing to enjoy tho baths
at the springs we soon -etfloovcred
that tho practices of hadkxnesi at
Niagra Falls had struck this beardless
ji$y, and that the attack waa danger-
ous to pocket books generally. The
cheapest way under present quota
tions to secure a conveyace is to buy
it outright. A long winding ascent
of five-hundred feet brought us to
the celebrated hot springs, over one
hundred in number, boiling forth
with their breath of "flame from fbe
crest of lava beds thrown up ages ago
by some volcanic action'
Eircs arc cooked by these waters
which arc strongly impregnated with
sulphur, iron Magnesia and other
minerals. Invalids are here treated
for paralysis, rhewmattsm.scrofulaand
other diseases, and many go Away
perfectly cured. Tho preseat need is
an infiarmary large enough to accom
modate 500 patients with a good first
class hotel, located on the mountain
side, irivinc a view unequalled in
beauty of plains; menses .and moun
tains, while in the distance, old
Havana with his monarch peaks
snow-capped, lift their hoary heads
high into ether by day or by night, a
thine of beauty and a joy forever.
After a few days spent at this delich
ful spot, we go by train to Maysvillo,
a new mining town, with large and
profitable mining interests, up the
guloh .ef. the South Fork of the Arkan-
&- . 1 re.
eas. air. ucoree rartnuge oi oi.
Louis, is largely interested in these
mines, being the owner of the Brigh
ton and other choice properties. The
writer here found Mr. Pitt Cook and
Mr. Moorehead, of Washington, and
their partner, Mr. Looney, of Balti
more living on a splendid ranc'ne,
with everything growing in garden
and field most luxurantly under a
splendid system of irrigation. These
young gentlemen have already made
themselves felt as factors in the grow
ing future of this young state. Leav
ing Maysville we reach Poncho and
begin our ascent around cuto curves,
over great chasms, grand and awful
as seen from the car windows. Now
we creep slowly along the outside of
a great mountain, or pass under a
chiselled ""via" through great rocks,
moulded and shaped in the womb of
nature in the long long ago. A frail
bridge spans a ghostly chasm, and
over it goes the panting engine, while
far below dashes, plunges end roars
tho angry waters of Clear 'Creek. Up
and on we go till the -shrill whistle
echoes and re-ecWes through these
mountain fortresses, announcing
Mcars' Station, 1000 feet above Pon
cho Springs. This is the point of di
vergence of the San Luis valley exten
sion of the railroad, a Sodom in wick
edness, where men died with their
"boots on," 'human life being held as
no better than that of a big mastiff.
Soon in our Ay ward journey Shirely
is reached as a way station. The trip
from Shirely to the top of the Divide
beggars decription. Neither pen nor
pencil can do justice to what we saw
as wewere whisked onward and up
ward creeping cautiously -alongside of
mountains and over trewelings, up a
grade of 217 feet to the mile, while the
engine and train eecmed playing hide
and seek among the spurs of old snow
capped Ouray, lifting his hoary
head in tho distance 15j000 feet -above
the sea. -
cloud in the distance cnd4 its artillery
booming through mountain fortrets
and craggy peaks, and rain kiscs the
mountain-sides and valleys lclow us
while on and up we speed in the
bright sunlight. Soon we rc-ach a lit
tle park adorned with flowers of na
turej planting aad a little purling
stream singing its rippling song. Tim
engine goes thundering on and noon
sends bcrccching over the Atlantic
and Pacific Slope its thrill whistle,
nml a-P net foot on the sauuiit where
iUtMtNftfthe anrini: are divide'
and go purling on their way cwtward
ami westward. What a swr-p vr
vision, as westward we look down tho
Tomichi valley and the San Luis
valley to the eastward, (-till before ns
stands old Ouray with its enow cApei
peak 4,500 feet above our heads. The
altitude is so great that every one is
panting like a dog in from the chase.
From this point west to Sargent, tho
train winds itself down the track
again liko a cork screw, and we
wonder at the achievements and suc
cess of the grandest railroad accom
plishment of this wide-awake age.
at a a a, .
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SPANGLE & FUNK,
HE. I DO il RTF-: RS FOR
Two Doors South of Rank,
BED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.. '.
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The Alma Daily Herald has made
its appearance, and is a very credita
ble little paper, all things considered.
It is only expected to survive 30 days,
or until the close of tho camp meet
ing and Institute at that place.
Does her own work? Docs hc?
wvint. nfit? In it anv discrace? Is
she any lees -a true woawjiij, less worthy
OI rwijictl iii.v-i iru T...-W ,c" " "-'
and satins and is vain oi her fingers
that never labor? We listened to a
person the other day, who speaking of
a nnw-wrdded wife, said snceringly.
"Oh ! she does her own work." The 4
words, and the tone of contempt in
which they were uttered, betokened a
narrow, ignoblo mind, better fitted
for any place than a country whose
institutiCTW rest on honorable labor
as one of the chief corner-stones.
They evinced a falso idea of the truo
basis of a society, of tho true woman
hood, of genuine nobility. They
showed the detestalilo spirit of cae or
rank, which a certain class arc trysng-l
to cstanusn a caste wnose soio ionr.
dutiou i3 monev, which is the weaktt
kind of rank known to civilization.
Mind, manner, morals, all that enters
into a good character, are no account
with thc.e social snobs. Position in
thfir stilted ranks is bought with gold,
inn! overv HiM'rtionhl dollar is another j
round in'thc ladder by which eleva
tion is gained in their esteem and
socirty. Sl'iic -.fv KroJ.
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What Sublimity! and .Grandeur!
On the continents divide, this hoary
old sentinel of the mid-continent
stood watch and ward on creation's
morn. We creep upward, and from
the car We count four tracks far down
in the chasm below, over which we
have passed travelling x miles to
make one in' distance. While we
sweep on into a cooler atmosphere
and gather our wraps" about its -as we
come to face old Omray covered with
snow on the 22nd f July.' We ari
now -up to the timber line, bifS what
wealfe of beauty lies just belong in
acres An acres of flowers that have
bloomdi ages upon ages, with no eye
to feast tn their beauty or to breathe i
their perfume but eye of the eternal
God A'Jittle 6lrcam comes dashkig
down tW rocky sides of the gremt
monarch; its waters glistening in the
Funlight like dewy t Are. On speeds
Tse train wane clouo lay below "3.
j nrstling aniong; crags and peaks, over
KewiXttns From aUonrthe Sta'.s.
Niobrara is moving to higher
The debt of Columbus is less than
Jefferson countv will hold a fair this
Wolves are killing calves in the
The Grafton mills have been forced
Coal has been discovered in Nmaha
Tho new B. it M. depot at Lincoln is
A post of the G. A. R. i3 to be organ
ized at Ulysses.
The Methodists -nill build a church
in Aebron this fall.
There ere two inmates in the reform
school at Kearny.
Dawson -county is reaping the ben
efit 'jf a heavy -immigration.
The contract for A. E. Touzrlin hall
at Endicott has been let.
There i3 not a flouring mill within
thirty-five miles of Plum creek.
Seward county holds its state fair
September 1st, 2nd and -3rd.
Edgar had a fire last week destroy
ed two Uery stables. Loss, $800.
Fremont's eity conncil is paying
attention to the weeds in the streets.
St Paul is agitated over the pros
pect of losing the terminus of her
Rivcrton claims -the most commo
dious school hocse in the Republican
TbePoncas will probablv receive
their $10,000 from the government 1
At Wisner the other day as P. Lar
son was driving a team hitched to a
large lumber wagon, and was accom
panied by his son, a boy about 18
vears old. the boy fell 'out of th
wagon and was rua -over and almost!
Teawrs are passing through. Nemeha
City daily, going north to work on the
Pctex Pennis, of Fairbury, while
coojiliag cars last week, fell under the
tmnand lost a log.
A man by the name of Kempelines
was run over by the cars and instantly
killed at Wymore last week.
Henry Shaffer, of Ahso, is bound
over to court for an attempt to
commit rape upon Mis -Clara, Mason.
Unadilla has orranized a vipilence
i . j '
' y ife) v &rtr- ' f,1t h.
703 CHaanut Ct, St.toul. Mo,HBa.
Mtiivb. f. : ftl-r-. a-HtaJWeaa
irw. ImivUr y I . t f ;HilW,
r.,.1 rw .M.I in lwAix. I w.t.i
ft"nl J-" ftm HT i'l 1 V-'
IM-tUllM. ill!'- - - t lllU
committee for the rrolection of own-
ers-of horse flesh, hd the punishment
The Fonca Indians now havo a
regular police force, appointed by the
jurent at Santee arency. They feel
highly flattered over this arrangement
especially those who received the
As the east bormd train wae staring
Sidney Sunday, a boy, wbo was
.nearing the track, suddenly fell for
ward and the train c-?ed over him.
instantly killing him. It is sepposed
the earth gave way w"here he was
standing and then consequently he
was precipitated nto the track. He
was badly, mangled.
The work upon the new capitol
building is rapidly pfogrsinjr.. Tne
west wing with the exception of rep
resentative hall, will' be completed
this month. The roof will be finished
4his week. . ESccavaiibns" for the
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