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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1881)
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rCBtlBaED EVE1IY THURSDAY AT
SED CLC-TO, riBBASEi:
IL L THOMAS,
"Eternal Vigilance is thz price of Liberty' and $1.60 a year is the price of the Red Cionil Chief,
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f22i::-: $U0t year if paid in Airasco.
KED CLOUD. WEBSTER CO. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 3. JSS1.
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NORTH-EAST OR SOUTH-EAST
Tbi: Road together with the C.B. A Q' which
Burlington Route !
rorii! tlm inoctcoratilctclin-b twc-n cbr.iika
I t'i.ts mill all I oiiitu lUrtof Miouri lliver.
l'arnenrcre takiiic lUir lino cri the
Mo. Hixkt at l'lailiJiuuth
Plattsmoutli Steel Bridge,
"VVliich has lately been comjileted.
Throitglt Day Coaches
rnllman Sleeping -nrw
AKE IM'N TO
and Si. LOui,
Wlicrr rloyo connections arc mml? in ut.ion depos
lor nllfoiiitr Aoitb l'a?t and South. Trami by
tbi? roiitf Ktrt in Xcbran. iiro tborc-
hir frcelrom the varinus accidcntii
vhiili jo Jieiurntly diUy trains
tuidj. mid iiHLtiKiTf an" thu
iuro of miikiiiK Rood cn-
ni-ttiun when they
tukutbo It. A M.
rou to tatt.
in force in the f tntc. nr w'U an full and relial 1p
infoitnntioii iriiuin-d. can bo bud umi iifplic.-i-tu
n ti Jt. A XI. It. H. Aicint at any of the
jrir,cij'.il fttttioLf. ur tu
15lf Utncral Ticl tt Acent;
That this medicine lias been
UQ Cl lor 35) cars in
V l private jiractice,
in al! diseases o i the throat
and lunj-s, is the -realet
. 'S tion this Uatsam can nave
tt. Put before the
-K. 50c .-.nl$i. Sample Bot-
for sale. Wc.
"- vi. i? Kansat Crty, Ma.
Oo to the reliable and well-known
tiiug staml of IJ. 11. Sbercr Ilctl Cloud,
-tiul buy n $1 buttle. If after u-inr
two-tliiid.'-, yt gU no relief, return
the balance and get "tutir money
AND A ITU. LINE OF FANCY
ft C if iT CP ff
U C E KB
A1.SO A FIRST CLASS
Ics Cream Parlor-.
Where you can always
get a nice lhh of Ice Cream during
A phare of the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. First door
so.uth of Alitchell & Morhart's.
Ef.d Cloui, - - Nebraska.
DRY LU.MP.ER A SPECIALTY.
t S BKSf IX T K F. HAU K."
hulll lit l.dUPSl I'licct
RED CLOUD KE3.
be : 8
P-rp5f.'V '" sn.T A IlmcUfit,
M'SIXESS DIRECTOR Y.
.1. K. Skith.
Prc't l.t XaUBauk
J(El) CLOUD. NEIi.,
Tranucta eeneral banking buitneo. buy nd
ell county warrant, alio County. I'reeinet and
Kahnd District iiondi.
Ntcotiitc (arm uurtgacci, buy and ell For
c-i-cial attention riven to collection.
ItKrrpKvcrsr lt Xnt. Bank Xcw Tork. Oma
ha Nat. Bank, OidhLj.
O. Y. Snini.nu,
11. V. Shirev.
wm Gin mi,
IlED CLOUD, NEIL
Monkv To Loan on Ileal EsUtto and
Chattel Moitgage. Buy and fell Ex
change and do a general Banking
S oyer A Atkin. Kanke-f. York; York County
Bankt York. Fanners A Merchant-' Bank.
Yrk; Union Xationat Bink. Chicago;
Marsh Bros.. Mosbur A Co. Lincoln.
0. C. Cabk. Jb. McXkt.
Case & McNkny,
A TTORNEYS AND COCNSKI.ORS AT LAW.
Will practice in nil thn Court- of thlf Statp and
Ni.rtbcrn Knncas. Collection- an well a litiKa
tedbusintiMcar-lully and etaeiently attended to.
Urric.tr.- On Webster fitrocl. one door north
of Uarbcr'u Store,
ItKI) ri.Ol'l), XF.lt.
" j". S. GILHAM,
A TTOUNEY AND C0CNSEI.0R' AT LAW.
Offic one door north of Knlry Flrox.
i;EI) CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTORNEY AND C0USSF.I.0R .AT L.W.
Omici:: 1st door south of Smith Bros.
bsd cloud, ksb.
Laird & Smith,
altoune .- am) couxski.oii.s at law.
Hamim.s. - Nerraska.
Will j.racticc in :ill the Conns of thoStato.
rrmni't attention ciicn to nil business entrn-ted
to hii care. julyl-7
J. L. Kmr,
C. W. Ru.er,
Hcd Cloud. Neb.
A TTORNKY.S AT I AW A HEAL ESTATE
Will practice in all llm I'ourts in Xebraska
and imilbrrti K.in'-i cilleetioiiv i-nnujitly at
tended to aul correspond, nee 'oliciti-d.
I.S3 CLCUD. Kecrasia.
Ao. Accnts for B. A M. U. B. Uiuds.
i:lji5:b:t a. ii ali. iff. D.
RED CLOUD, NED.
Af -Wan! ?un:cnn B. .1- M. H. K. K. C Ofiico
over John-on A- Cretidry cnds More. Resi
dence over l'rkins .V Mitchell's storo Ui'fiui
J. M. IflOSEIA, n. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
KKD CLOUD. XKB.
Will ry special attention to Obstetric- and
di?ca-cs of women Also general and special
-ursery. Dieases of the Kje and Ear. Charges
moderate. Ofiico over ho'er'- Drop Store.
Rcsidcnco 1th house north of school house.
Professional calls promptly attended.
Office: At reidenee near Cowlcs. S-Sl
Dr. H. A. Baird,
W. N. RICHARDSON,
RED CLOUD. NEBKASKA.
lichest market prico to-d ft-r bocs and cattle.
Guide Rock House,
J, Ji. S A If IX, Propr.
GUIDE BOCK, NEBRASKA.
This House has just been refitted and
newly furnished throughout.
GOOD SAMI-LE BOOM
for the accommodation of commercial
--- .l-- Wall Taper,
f STORE, v
0rLa A:c., ifce.
RED CLOUD, UEB.
The choicest of Fresh meats. Sac-age.
Fowls and every thins in the lis that the mar
kets fiords, always on haad. ,
WSaop two doora souta of Sierers drna itora
Kctiee is hereby rfven. that I trill exa-nint
all persons who may desira to offer, themselves
sa candidate- for teachers of the primary or
common schools of Webster county, at Red
Cloud on the finrt Saturday in the n) nth? !
rebruhry. Afar August and November: At
Blue Hill on the first Siturday in the month- oi
January, Airil. Jnly and October, At Guide
Roes on the fiirat Saturday in the month' of
March, June. September and December.
Examinations to commence at 9 a 'clock x. it,
A. A". Tope.
CenB'y Supcriiitcndcdi of Public Instruction
PEOH 07S 0771? CCSBSSPSlTDZirT.
Washington Oct., 31, 1SS1.
In spite of all the clamor a-i to the
bad air of the Capital, there never haa
been in its history,, eo many people
engaged in the bt:iin&i of house
hunting. Tlicre is an absolute corner
in dwcllingK, and the would-be tenant-
go two on a hone; ami all this after a
tea-on when more houses hac been
built than in any former two veanj.
The long se-ion of Congrc- adiled to
all tiie ti-u.il attraction-, will bring to
our city, the htrgp-it winter pop'il.ttton
ever domiciled at the Capita!.
The Centennial at Yorfctown has
revived many long-forgotten incidents
and past memories of thoie who were
actors in the bloody scenes of the early
yearo of our history. A visit to the old
dilapidated vault of the Washington
family, in an open field at Wakefield,
Va., Inula it in a most disgusting and
di-.tre-js.ing condition, like the tepul-ehre-i
of most of the first families of
the F. F. Y'p. A crumbling old slab
is still found upon which, one reada
with difficulty in old-style sunken let
ters, the following:
Here Ivcth ye body of
John Washington Eldest
Son of Capt. Lawrence,
Washington who departed
This life ye 10th of January 1G9G
Aged 10 years and six months,
Also Mildred Washington
Eldest Daughter to said
Washington who departed
Ye 1st of August 1090
Aged 5 months.
There is good reason for believing
that the ground around the old vault
will bo improved at no distant day.
Colonel George Corbin Washington,
the fifth owner of Wakefield, commen
cing with John Washington, in exe
cuting a deed of sale of the estate to
John Gray in 1SI3 reserved si.tty feet
square at the birth-place and the
same area at the vault. These were
subsequently enlarged the birth
place to one acre anil the vault to a
half acre through the liberality of
Mr. Wilson, the present proprietor of
Wakefield. In 1858 thee reservations
were deeded in perpetuity by their
owners to the Commonwealth of- Vir
ginia, for purposes of improvement
For months the people of the Capi
tal have been quietly disclosing some
plan for icmoving the unsightly tele
graph poles that arc accumulating so
rapidly as to sadly disfigure the
streets and avenues of our' beautiful
city. An ell'ort was made to run the
telegraph wites through the sewers,
but the experiment was a -failure. A
company is now being organized
under patents holjl by the National
Underground Elect! ie Company of
Philadelphia, and in a short time the
Telegraph, the Telephone, and Elec
tric Light Companies in lhe Capital
will hi; required to run all their wires
underground ?s is to be the case in
the qtiaker city. New York; Boston,
and Chicago, in each of which Com
panies are now being organized with
the exclusive right to use the patents
owned and controlled by the National
Company of Philadelphia. Public
te.-'ts. have been made with this system
in Camden. New Jeiey. and a line
has been laid in Philadelphia, calcu
lated to carry twenty cables of fifty
wires each. The system is the most
complete in the world, and it will be
but a few years till all wires both in
the cities and through the country,
will be earried underground, a great
saving of expense to the companies
and a relief to the inhabitants of
Score another for an Ohio Novelty.
This time it is Jesse Baldwin, whsc
head full of hayseed is whitened with
the frosts of Mxly-odd winters. Out
of his old carpetbag he planks down
on the counter at the Treasury,
matured hix per cent, bonds with ma
tured interest amounting to $17,I4(.i..n,
on which he demands the gold. He
was not a follower of the High Priests
of the Greenback party, and had no
use for the rag baby or paper money.
Gold, shining gold was what he wan
ted. The good natured cashier counts
him out 857 double eagles. There
was still the small sum ot $9.50-due
to him, and this was tendered to him
in silver, and he protested and de
manded gold. Again his wish was
complied with, the cashier hading
him a $5 piece, a $2.50 piece and two
gold dollars. He carefully counted
the gold pieces and packed them
away in his old carpet sack. The
gold weighed over seventy pounds
and it was a difficult task for him to
lift it or carry it away. The Treas
ury officials "put him down as a
''crank," and, fearful that he might
fall into the hands of the Philistines,
sent for a policeman, who responded
and persuaded the gold-crazed Ohioan
to express his treasure home. The
man was sane on all subjects save in
his hatred of paper money and his
love for the precious metal.
.The demands made for the redemp
tion of mutilated notes arc most
strange and curious. A man in Cale
donia, Vermont writes the Treasurer
that one cow of a number, he is una
ble to identify particularly; chewed
and swallowed the contents of his
poeketbook. There were in that
pocketbook twenty $10 bills, one $20
silver eertifieactc and a $5 note, in all
$225. There were also in the pocket
book two keys, "both of which,"
naively says the writer, "with pieces
of the book, were found upon the
ground." He wants the United States to
reimbuisc him for his loss. The
thing cannot be done. The man will
have to produce portions of the notes
upon which the cow operated before
he can recover from Uncle Sam.
The ladies, of the M. R Church met
last Saturday at the residence of Mr.
Spanogle and organized a society to be
calletC'The Ladies aid Society of the
M. E. Church." There was a "large at
tendance, ami such officers were elec
ted, and committees appointed, as is
necessary in an institution' of that
The object of this society is to
collect money to help pay the church
debt. The ladies intend to do this by
sewing and by giving an oecasiorral
entertainment in the eveninrr. - A
more extended report will be given
hereafter when this socictv shall have
adopted a constitution.
There will be tf-mceting of this so
ciety at the residence of Robert Mitch
ell on Friday afternoon of this week.
All ladies interested are cordially in
vited to come,- with' needle, thimble,
and scissors and lend us a helping
hand sej. "
For Jadce of the Sorrtto Court.-
For ItefentJ of the Univenity of ;,"Jrka-
LEBBEfS B. FI FIELD,
For Dlitrict Attnray 5th DLirietr
: V. BIEP.BOWER-
C. W. KALEY.
For County Clerk.
JOHN P. DAY1IA,
For County Treasurer: .
JOSEPH W. WARREN,
For Commissioner lit District:
For County JuJse:
EDWIN C. HAWLEY.
For Supt. of I'ublic Instruction:
CHARLES W. SPRINGER,
For County Surveyor.
C. P. RINKER,
DR. R. R. SHERER.
7al5at Creek Itcas.
Walnut CrefJc, Oct. 2 , 1 SS 1 .
Ed. Chief: Perhaps a few items
from Walnut will be acceptable.
The Chief will visit us for the
next year, and we think longer.
The cry on Walnut at present is,
"We want a cheap teacher."
Query: "Don't 'cheap teachers'
. often prove an expensive luxury? Or,
rather poor economy ?
Preaching at the stone school houso
next Sabbth by Rev. Hummel. There
is always a good congregation when
Mr. Hummel preaches. Our people
always appreciate a man who prefers
earning his living, to receiving "aid."
Mrs. D. D. Noble of Friend-. illc
Neb., is vioiting relatives in this neigh
borhood. That sounds had about pasturing
cattle on other people's corn, don't it ?
Somebody thought the ford was
pretty deep, the other day.
We don't want to force our opin
ions on any one, but we would like to
see prohibition in some of the towns
Mr. Pierstorff has fenced in a nice
pasture. That looks like enterprise.
In spite of hard times building is
in progress, one houso being erected
by M. C. Fulton and another on the
farm owned by L. E. Davis". When
are you going to have a "house warm
That young man must be getting in
desperate earnest, for ho was seen,
that rainy Sunday, starting in hot
hatc in the direction of the river,
but he carried an umhorclla over his
head so he couldn't have been think
ing of drowning himself
Wonder how the horse race came
A lycc-am would be interesting
Tiie Republican ticket this fall is a
good one. Vote the straight ticket
this fall and subscribe for the Chief.
U. No. Ho.
The Webster Co. Woman Suffrage
Society will meet at the residence of
Mrs. E. C. Van Auken on Friday
evening of this week, at 7 o'clock.
The subject for reading and discussion I
will be laws relating to women asi
contained in those sections of the
statutes called "Decendenta and
Divorce and Alimony." All inter
ested are invited to attend.
TniK The aspirations of ajackass
Kcnney for senator next fall.
TuAXs-unKNT The reason for the
auriculated roor back editor's support
of the court house ring.
Isavale, Webster Co. Neb. Nov. 2, 1831. t
1 Short Horn Bull, 3 vcars old with
icuigree. ine oest Dull m the
300 Rooil Wethers,
1M" Ewes fin.! I-Atnlw
I Thorough bretl Polih-China Boar, j
I nair of work horses, 24 cwt.
3 Meers 2 years ohl.
1 Pair 3 year old s'teers broke to
work. For cash or on time.
13-W-3 II. Slevexsox.
SaleofEeal Estate for taxes. On '
the first Monday of Xovcmber I SS 1.1
as required by Chap. 77, Sec. 100
Statutes of Nebraska, I will offer
at Public Sale, between the hours of
9 o'clock a. in. and 4 o'clock p. m., at
the Treasurers Office of Webster Co.,
Neb., all lands on which the taxes ;
for the year 1SS0 and previous year's ;
remain unmrid. Sib? to ennrimiA
from day to day until all lands, lots or
blocks have been offered.
10-4-w E. II. Jones, Co., Treas.
70U3 &20SS1 AJ723 2T07SS333, 23,
. .Notice is hereSy iien that the co
partnership heretofore existing under
sihe firm name of A. A". Pope & Co.
S t lllS ri"IV .libSl-tlrol Kv mnlnJ .r
t- . .... J, .,.. w,
A. s. lOPir
L:r: xyu Work or GiRnrur Em
bracing an Account of Hi Sinipc'w
lit Childhood, His Career as a Sol
dier, Hii Siiccew a? a itaUtnan.
Ht) Elevation to the Pri-ud.-r
II : DAurd'y Aa.tnHti 1U
JiMitiCUrk Ru,th, LL. D. W If
Mel-.' Deiuw.c. Iowa. GrtnTa!
Asrt .r !iwa am! Nbmk
TliK hfo, jiulV unices and tragic
death of Gar held, t inth a record of
more interest Uiii .my chapter of
corresponding length m American
history. Under treatment of o mas
terly pen, it expand to a narrative in
which the career of the (student, the
scholar, thw philosopher, the soldier
the .-tatc?man, the executive, form a
panorama of the moil instructive
word-pictures known to our literature
a narrative that will command the
study anil admiration of the world for
The author of the work hereby an
nounced is one of the moot eminent
of living hi-tormu; n ripe scholar, a
thorough investigator, and charmmj:
writer. His historic are known and
prized wherever English is the pre
vailing tongue. He approached thw
biography with a more eloquent pen
than any heretofore used by him, to
caue the biibject is an inspiration to
eloquence, to truth, to tevereine, to
all that i admirable in humanity. A
nobler theme for the modern writer
can not be found.
It is indeed fortunate for the com
munity that an author so n!l en
dowed with every qutiIiuVi: r. lor .
work ima engaged in iti? p; ru.-j
His name is a guarantee ! ;uit .. .
-performance. His Garfi d I t it
which occupies the inmost .
of the Amerian heatt and appe'n t.
its tendere.-t sympathies, that tei- -the
brave-it lesions to our vomit ni.u
the noblest to our manhootl; that ir
r.nui.tv frCUl our n ttional glry a
blighter halo than ever illumes the
memories of king- and potentate-, or
makes illustrious the conquerors of
States. His narrative is the electric
chain which transmits the wondrous
storv of endurance, triumph oer ob
stacles, and final achi,ement, that
will live in the annals of the world a-
long virtue is revered ami tine nobil
There are other works which pre
tend to recount the same history
Mo.-t of tliem are revamped from
cheap biographies which were made
to influence the Pi evidential Cam
paign of 1XS0, and are not of perma
nent value. .Others are still more
valueless, having been haMily com
piled from articles in the newspaper
and magazines, without regard to
proper verification or arrangement.
Dr. Ridpath's book is thoroughly au
thentic. Its faet.s are derived from
undoubted authority and, as a rule,
from original sources of information.
It should, and doubtless will, supplant
most of the trashy publications which
have made Garfield their subject in
profanation of his fame and for mer
chandise of his niemorv.
Ncticcf in this column will be charged ,r cf nt
a line rich week.
Shogo Flour for sale at Konv's.
Headquarters for flour at Putnam's
Flour ami Feed Store.
A full stock of iron and wood
pumps, at Mitchell it MoitH.urr.
W. IJ. Kony has the largest stock of
1'ancy Orocei ics, Confections, &c, in
Go to Roby's and he will show you
Daylight-Oil; it burns longer gives a
better light and is noM-crpou'tr. 11-tf
Fort Sale: ICO r.rre- of land 7
miles south-wet of Ked Cloud, partly
under cultivation. Timber anil water.
Apply at this ollice.
Smith Brothers announce still an
other important reduction in rate of
interest on time loans. Straight vine
per cml annual intern!. Call at the
Bank and leave vour application.
Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup is par
ticularly recommended for children.
It is the most pleasant, soothing and
effective cough remedy known. Call
on your druggist and try a bottle
of if. It only"costs twenty-five and
One trial is sufficient to convince
the most skeptical of the invaluable
and unfailing efficacy of Dr Mar
shall's Lung Syrup, Cor curing coughs,
consumption, asthma, bronchi::?, etc.
Try it, by all means". Price 25 and o-
$50,000 To Loan
On Real E-tat security, at 9 per
cent., annual interest. No commis
sions, at The Webster County Bunk.
Red Cloud. 10-tf
I have purchased the fractional i sec.
of land laying between Peter McNitt's
and the river. And the public is
hereby notified not to cut any timbor
on the same. M. B. McNitt.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to me by Note or Book account
will call immediately and settle the
same, as I design closing out my
stock of general merchandise ot the
earliest day possible.
4-tf " Samuel Gabrer.
September 1st, 1S8I.
7 Per Cent. Honey to Loan!
Money to prove up with on final re
ceipt, of on deeded land at 7 per cent.,
ana I-G2 per cent, commission, or at
straight 9 per cent, no commission.
, . JXO. K. WlLLCOX.
Office next door to Chief office. 30ft
"Wins fs" a mockcrV and " strong
drink is raging." . Take Peicely Ash
BrrTEEsl ,tJtt is not s beverage, but a
remedy, for all ill affects of an excess
of intoxicating' simulants. Don't
take a drinkrt ofcfore 4brcaktast "just
to wake yoa"up,M Eecauseypa feel so
stupid and1 languid. Yon 'are sure tc
feeel worse s eocrr' hs the effect
wears off. -JTnTce .a half wine glass
oj.Pbickl.Tj Jfeir r BrrxER$. Jt.will
iyniiinv yoi mffcf" th wKoilo"dy
Read, Notice and Get Posted.
EOS KIs TIA L BKOS' Bulletin.'
Still Come to the Front; we mean all uc ad-'-vertise.
Convince yourself of the same and
K s e ni h a X B i s '
NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE
In their new building opposite the Chicago
Lumber Yard. Have jut received the
Largest And Most Completo
Line of new goods, consisting of
For Men. Youths and
large assortment of
That can be found in the Republican Valley.
Latest STYLUS, NUWJiST PATTERNS and
Have marked their goods down to
ROCK BOTTOM FIGURES.
Wc have the largest and best selected line
ot Dry Goods, Hats 6c Caps, Boots 6c Shoes,
Trunks 5c Valises, and also a full line of
C.1K i9JE TS .WD OMLCJLO TILS
At figures lower than can be bought in" the
Do not fail to see our new line of nobby
Also fmc line of Fancy Notions such as Corsets,
Cloak Buttons, Dress Buttons, Ladies Tics,
and in fact everything in the line of ladies
furnishing goods, also a complete line
of Red and White, Plain and
Twill Flannel. And also dress
Flannels and Cashmeres
in all shades and'
Have the latest novelties in gents Furnishing
Goods, also fancy Percale, and white Shirts and
Medicated Scarlet Underwear.
We keep a fnll lino- of Ster-.m HaU, and a fine line of For lUta for MSN
YOUTHS and CH ILDP.EN. Our nobl- children's SUk
Velvet Turban Cap are neat.
We aim to sell goods LOW, and -xa bocghtoor immense tock dircci from
Eastern jlann&cturers for ch, we would L? pleated to have
you call and judge for vininelTc.
NEW YORK CXjOTHIire; HOUSE
Ojtjteite Cliiaiso Lumber Yard, fedr dlcJtfrfNtffa.
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