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M I THOMAS,
TXEKSi-- 51.03 ft yer if paid inline.
XOI.TH-1...ST OR SOUTH-EAST
Ttu Itokd together with tho C. B. k Q. which
Burlington Route !
Form tbc won comiiletMin" between Nebraska
H,ir.l aud all ointu lNnof Micouri Hirer.
FafBengeri taking thin line croM tbe
Mo. liner at 1'lalUtnouth
Plattsmouth Steel Bridge,
Which ban lately been completed.
Through Day Conches
ARE KUX TO
nnd St. LOuim,
Vhere clore connections arc made in nnion depot
forllioititpA(.rthi:.t nnUSouth. Train by
thin roule Mart in Nebraska are there
fore tree friu Uip various accident
which lolicijucntlyil liy traini
comint- through from tbe moun
txids. mid iHFf cngcr arc thus
rure of making good cn
ncctiniH when tbey
tal.r tho ii. X M.
In force in ibe Ftate. n ireH as full and reliable
.nfoi matioii required, can be bad upon applica
tion to IS. A M. K. K. Agent at any of tbo
principal tationr. or to
Utf Utntral Ticlt Agent.
ESQF11 ,or 35 ycars ,n
U si m private practice,
in all diseases o 1 the throat
nnd langs, is ibe grcatet
U2b t-t-lS raenda-
tion thisUiham can have
s .:., (
Put before the
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we ami . ui"p- v-
tfdri r-,s ; ctri' u for le Wti!
VIS l-e'o ,uuarantcitUirough
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j;. C. nr fc Brncurxi,
W-r" Sj1 IVoj.rietor,
"- iV Kanu-w Cxy, Mo.
C5o to the roIisiliU and well-known
ilnu stnnii of 15. R Sherer Rod rinud,
uiuil:iva$l lotlle. If after n-inp
two-thml?. vou ueL no telief, return
tlie balance and get your money
AND A rULL LINE OF FANCY
ALSO A FIRST CLASS
Ice Creaxn Parlor,
Where you can always
get a nice dish of Ice Cream during
A share of the public patronage is
icspect fully solicited. First door
south of Mitchell &. Morhart'?.
Ked Cloud, - - Nebraska.
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
I'HJ BSST'IS THR SJAUHS
Holtl at Lnwcit lricea
RED CLOUD NEB.
F- .J-5 7 ." 1TIVCU t
4l4J-v?.i3 nublic in 1SG9. Price 25c,
. j r. .
J. K. Smith.
S. C. Smith.
prm't lit XaU Bank
Transact a reotra.1 bankinr baiineai. buy aad
rell county waint. alio County, Precinct and
Hhnil HWtriet IJond.
N cot'utc Una mortgage, bay and Mil For
fecial attention giTra to eollecUoni.
HzmtxncMm Nat. Bank New York. Oaa-
ha Nat. Lank, Omaha,
G. W. Siiiulkk, It. V. Sinr.EY,
wn C0DIT7 B&n,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Mosey To Loan on Real Eotatc and
Chattel Mortgage. Buy and ell Ex
change and do a general Banking
8 aw k Atklm. Banket. York; York County
Uank. York. FannerV 4 Merchant' Uank.
York; Union National Bank. Utile go;
.Marin uroi,. asoioer 10. t.iucuiu
Case & McNbny,
A TTOKNEYS AKD OOCSglXORS AT LAW.
Will practice in all the Court of thU 8ute and
Northern Kaniaa. Collections a well at litic
ted buiine camtully and efficiently attended to.
Or-ic:- On Webter Street, one door north
of Garber' Store.
KEI CLOCD, XEB
J. S. GILHAM,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEIXJIt AT LAW.
Offlcr one. door north of Kalcy Rro.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Edwin C. Hawley.
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Ofkice: 1st door south of Smith Bros.
Laird & Smith,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Hastinc.k, - Nebraska.
Will rractice in all the Court of the State.
Prompt attention given to all bnsineei entrusted
to bi care. julyl-7
C. W. &ALKT.
Red Cloud. Neb.
TTORNE"S AT LAW REAL EdTATK
Will praelire in all tbe Court in Nebraska
and nortbtrn Kanra: collection promptly at
tended to and corrcf condrnco solicited.
LED CLOUD, Hebraic.
Alo. Agont. for B. A M. R. B. I .and.
ELBFJtT A. H AIX ill. D.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
A tanl Surgeon 11. . M. U. 11. U. C. Office
oer Johncon A Crep' drj goods More. Kesi
dcuco over Prkini x Mitchell' store. 195m
j. n. inosENA, in. v.
Physician and Surgeon,
RKD CLOUD. NEB.
Will pay special attention to Obstetrics and
diseate of women Also general and pecial
jurgcry. Dicpse of the Eye and Ear. Charge
moderate. Office over Hherer' Drug Store.
Residence 4th house north of school home.
BR. . SfWENCK,
Professional calls promptly attended.
Office: At reidence near Cowles. 8-51
jU Dr. H. A. Baird,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
W. . BICHABDSOir,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
'Jighett market price paid for hogs and eattla.
Guide Rock House,
J. 2?. SARIN, Propr,
GUIDE ROCK, NEBRASKA.
This House has just been refitted and
newly furnished throughout.
GOOD SAMPLE ROOM
for the accommodation of commercial
RED CLOUD, FEB.
The eaoieest of Fresh seats. Saang.
Fowls and ererythiBg ia the Vtam tkat the mar
ket affords, always oa kaad.
49Sko two doora eoatk of 8hewri drag Mora
KOTICS TO 7SAC2S&3.
Xotiee is hereby gircn. that I will axanlst
all nersorjs who mar desire to offer theaaaelTea
as csadfdatts for teacher of the primary or
coramca schools or u cbster county, at bn
Cioad on the first Saturday" in the Bcauu ot
1'cbrnary. Mj Angnst and- NtiTesaber: At
Blue Hill on the first Saturday in- the aaonthi of
SSU&17, April. July and October, At Guide
r.ucc on the Cirst Saturday in the uoaUu ef
Jlereh. June. September and Dcceaher.
Examicatiuus to comaence at 9 a'vlock x.Xr
A. A. Tora.
Caaxy Sarcritteciicut of ruLlicIaitrnctitB
"Eternal Vigilance is
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO- NKBRAKA, THURSDAY.
M. L. THOXAS,
THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1881.
7HX B. k U. DEPOT U UNCOLS.
AKewreatve Aliti ia the Wtv cf a
At the begining of the plans for th"u :
depot, it wa decided in the mind of
the general manager that there was to j
be a reading room for the benefit of
the employed of the road in tho third j
story of the building, ims room " j
completed, and was yesterday opened,
and now any employe of the B. & M.,
when off duty in the city, can find a
home in this room, where will be
tound the various periodicals f 'west
ern cities and magazines, and soon
there will be added a good wupply of
reading materials in the form of
This room is located in the third
story of the building, and occupies
the whole of the south transept; is
52x21 feet, and well lighted by nine
windows. The furniture consists of a
large table fitted with drawers, upon
which is writing material and uten
sils, so that with the exception of post
age stamps any B. & M. employe may
address his friends without expense
This table will also be used by con
ductors to make their reports of their
trips, and will undoubtedly soon be
come the rendezvous of the B. & M.
employes of all ranks.
Besides this table for writing there
are two more extensive ones, holding
periodicals, among which we noticed
all our city dailies, the Omaha and
Council Bluffs dailies, the Chicago
Times and Tribune, the Scientific Ameri
can, the Railway Ayr, the Ruihcay (7i.
zctte, Harper's Weekly and Monthly,
Scribncr's the New York Herald, and
also various periodicals and tracts of a
religious nature. The room will be
supplied the coming week as said
above with books, including copies of
the Revised New Testament. The
old (standard Bible will of course find
a place on the shelves alongside of
The chairs used are of a late pattern
rattan bottoms, some with side arms.
Plenty of settees and ample accom
modations for forty or fifty employes
are provided, to that none of the
many who will rendezvous here will
be crowded out. The floor is covered
with cocoa matting and a dozen or
more cuspidores arc put in conven
ient places. This room; as all the
rooms in the building, is healed by
steam, lighted by gas an kept at an
It will be open during the day and
until 10 o'clock at night.
Through the efforts of the division
superintendent and other employes
in the building, the walls have been
embellished with tome fine pictures,
among which we particularize: Di
rectly in front upon coming into the
door, are two of the elegant Pulman
designs Day and Night. On the left
is a picture of a large ship situated
between two pictures of Seward,
which better shows the growth of that
city between 1873, the date of the
taking of the first, and 1879, when the
second was taken. Parsing round the
room to the east front there is an in
terior view of the Windsor dining car
on the C. B. fc Q Next is a photo
graphic view of the Plattsmouth
bridge, very tine, luen there is an
old memento of the B. &. M. employes
on the Iowa division, which is a half-
sheet card gotten out by A. E. Touza
lin when he was general passenger
agent of the B. fc M. in Iowa. It
bears the familiar names of C. Per
kins, superintendent of the B. & M.,
A. E. Touzalin, general passenger
agent, Robert Harris, superintendent
of the C. B. fc, Q., and Sam Powell,
passenger agent of the C. B. fc Q.
In order to make the line of pictures
complete, a fine engraving of our late
martyred President occupies one
panel of the wall on the west side.
On the south side also is Koch's
late view of Lincoln.
Besides these there are maps of
such kinds as will be interesting to
railway employes, including a large
map of the United States.
As has already been made known
through the prominent journals of the
United States, we are advised that
Mr. Touralin has been appointed
first vice-president of the C. B. &. Q.,
with headquarters in Boston; and the
preparing of this room under his di
rection seems to be a fitting -way in
which to leave & momento of tire
work done while general manager
of the line. And the B. i JL boys
will never forget it.
Notwithstanding thestgn over the
entrance of this room, at the south
end of the hall, "For K & M.
employes only we are desired to say
that our cifuftna must not understand
that they are fully deprived from visit
ing the room. Nothing; Would please
the B. fc M. officials, and the men in
charge of the building, better than to
tee many of our citizens visit the
room and gee what a pleasant honae is j taken at the White House, and no 'is handsomely illustrated. For par
fimufihed fotlheB&M boys. Jovr- J amount of talk Trill cure them of their ticnlars address, Weston. Halbcrt, 318
the price of Liberty," and
For concentrated vigor and rcdncw
of temperature, the war between tho
newspapers of Albion, Bx)ne county,!
takes the cake, 50 to epenk. Tbe edi- j
tor and a lot of prominent politicians
are involved, and if what they say of
each other is quarter-ways true, they 1
are the wont et of moral and pohtt-
cal cut-throats that ever went unhung.
But it is not even tinctured with truth.
Thcfc mutually slandered and abused
fellows are pretty good citizens nnd
neighbors the only trouble uth tbm
being that thev are uncon-titui" bar-.
They pur-uade themselves that
other felhcv- are mnttcrs of wicked- j
tni and viee. and they arc the sub-,
JcCt3 0f.-0 ju. h jirejudice that they
cannot tec the truth, much less tell
;t incy ,nake them-clvcs rcdiculou,
,nKrchiug up and down, making
SpCt.,.j,o and nthdaviti about each
other, perfectly rcgardle of the fact
that sencible and cool-headed people
neither listen to the speeches nor be- drawn as tightly as poiib!e, and pin
licvc the affidavits. They are merely ned securely. Iok at the Ion;; skirt
spectacles for gods and men, and that fashion die-Lite 5 ' No matter how
while they destroy each other the delicate the rhild, or how intense the
wiser, calm-tempered fellows slide in heat, the little limb must be ?o fns
on those peculiar things known as tened down, and imprisoned, that they
compromises, and gobble the profits j cannot have the exercic so agential
and perquisites for the Mike of which , to their well-being. Then the trotting
all this row was raised. And the and the irregular feeding, and thi
worst of it is that each faction calls it 'improper food to often givon ' Ro
a victory in that the other .idc didn't , cently I nw n beautiful baby, an only
get them and goes on to get ready ' child, mx mouths old, on a hot miih
lor the next election, and dig pits into mer'- day. nicking a piece of lemon
which thev are more likely to tumble . which had been taken from a tumbler
than the enemy.
These few remarks, brethren, apply 1
to a good many
other counties than
Boone, but as The Journal has a
smaller number of subscribers in
Boone than any other where this con
dition of affairs exists, we deem it our
duty to hold up the wranglers of that
county as a set of hollow-headed duin-
mies, whose fatal example fhould
religiously avoided. State Journal.
The world has expended much sym
pathy upon infants whose woes were
only equalled by these artless inno
acnts. They are liable to accidents
from the time they first sec tlie blc-ed
light to the day they don the long
trousers or frocks of adolescence.
For the first months they tremble
between the Charybdis of new teeth
and the Scylla of an inexperienced
stomach. Next they grope along,
their little feet stumbling over those
sunken torpedoes in the babie's path
way, measles, scarlatina, and whoop
ing cough. The fattest and ruggedest
of the poor, persecuted little tots are
to be congratulate dif they get through
Politicians and statesmen encoun
ter, however, more dangers than those
that lie in wait for the citizen of the
cradle. Anything is liable to happen
to them at any time. Here was Sec
retary Kirkwood, who had gathered
honors until he was actually corpulent
with official dignities. A war govern
or ho was in olden time, and after
years of dignified retirement he was
governor again, then a senator, then
a cabinet officer, and his passport for
becoming, a second edition of that
tough old down-cistern II.voniii.vl:
Hamlin, seemed almost- a certainty.
But a fiend in the shape of a tailor
was on his track. He got a new fash
ion plate, behaded the Count
D'Orsays and Beau Brummels, that
had worn from time immenorial the
latest trappings from Paris, and
crowned the sartorial pageant with
fac similes of the heads of the Presi
dent and his cabinet. Kirkwood's
honest face shines wierdly out of a
wilderness of snake skin pant, a
checkered waist-coat and a Prince
somebody's swallow-tail of broadcloth,
a little rattan cane dangles from his
delicate right fist, while his left sup
ports a strange, mysterious and won
derful Thing that his Iowa constitu
ents cannot make out, which the
of the eastern
press has declared to be a "silk hat."
Tim hm-s hiul said nromntlv when
it became probable that President
Arthur would make a new cabinet,
"Well, we'll fire old Kirk back into
the senate and let Jim Wilson wait a
quarter of a century or so until he
gets a little age and experience onto
him.v Then the tailor flooded Iowa
with his fashion plates, and there was
a gTeat silence for the space of a week
while the boys looked at the fearful
and wonderful aspect of the good old
man whom they had sent up to run
the nation, a few short months before.
For a while the' wavered, thinking
that the snake skin trowscrs, the
checkered "waistcoat and the Prince
Albert cutaway might possibly be
twisted into some sort of consistency America books dealing with the
with tiie character and career of "Old deepest and rnoit important problem
Kirk." and that he might vet be of our national life, and vet popular,
. -n . 1 .i. - 11 j- 1 because set torth in the blazing; us-
saved. But when they finally dis- L:naUnj? nht of fktion-we know that
covered the rattan cane and found out the author must be making a pro
that what he held up in his left wasifuoud impression upon his day.
not new fangled bucket that the
deacons hand around in church for
the contributions, but a plug hat, tbey
dropped a tear and turned sikntlv
awrtv, and Jim Wilson will go down'"'15101? of book-pobltshiog, Judge
tii-.eh; .- v a .,... "Toun:ee stands to-uny the most popu-
cr-Aashingtontowearthcold man s . J Amcrican. A book fronr hi
bods, if he can find era. graphic pen is therefore' great liter-
Kmc tried to explain this thinjr. btft. ary event,
low will not listen to Mm. They It is safe to- sat that all who- have
think the fashion plate of the fiend of read "A Fool's Errentf ' wHI desire to
the goose and tlie shear.- since it read "A Roval Gentleman;" and. as it
shows to then tlie spittingiteage" of is to be sold exclusively by snbscrip
wbat was oncer the governor and gen-j tionV. thousands triB welcome the
fir Twist iia Krwin a- TvIirilnTT-TSK. nuninir rF ftin oMir'CmF T?,n luil.
$1.60 a year is tlie price
by mrs. b. n. -rrnxsusoTox.
In this progreisiro ai;e, when wom-
ftn'a right, and many other ort are
engring o inuclt of the jwpular
attention. I feel like taking up the
gauntlet in favor of our embryo hu
manity, for o utterly arc th:r ri?,ti
in certain dirrftirtii icnor.!. that my
iudignttioa frffjMently cr:ie- near
attm thi- beUr of my j.ulgrntont.
ioine one ha. calbil the new romsr in
tyrant from no-man's land." But
thoii"b he sscems kin" of the houe-
hold, some of hi- mft-t important
right are dn regunletl.
Every baby Im- an itialicr.ablc riht
to he dressed in a comfortable and
j,hy-ioloi:ical manner. Unt what ate
the fact's 7 He i .-que.-zM by b.tnd'.
one. two. three, and sometimes
of lemonade ! Do vou wonder that I
protested, a? visions of cholera infan-
turn, and the dread array of stiiniuor
diseases which lie in wait for theee
precious buds of promi ro-o before
me? But my words were of no avail,
and sick at heart 1 turned away.
But we miii't leave tho wee bairns,
and take up the
grievances of ttiu-o
who have stepped over from the rca.m '
of babyhood into that of chiMhoi.
We arc apt to underrate tiiu trials of
the little people. Remember that
their are as real and largo to them as
ours to us. It i cruel to laugh at the
little girl's grief over her broken doll,
or her despoiled play-houso, even
though the latter be stocked princi
pally with broken bits of croekcry,
and what w would call trumpery.
Oh, if all fathers and mother could
remember, that only by putting them
selves in sympathy with their children
can they gain that hold on them that
is indispensable to a right guidance in
the perilous after years 1
The Laides Aid Society of the M. E.
Church is doing .1 good work.
Many of the Ladies of the town and
country have manifested a very lively
interest; and are determined to push
their work to a success. They have
assumed -fifty dollars of a debt on the
church, and have had two meetings
which were attended and wc think
their skill in managing their work is
The next meeting of the society will
be held this week at the residence of
Mrs. Dow on I-'ri lav afternoon, and in
' the evening there .will be a Dime
Social at the ri-idence of Mrs. R.
Mitchell. Refifdimetiis will be
served and various escrow's conduc
ted which will add to the entertain
ment. A good time is anticipated.
All arc invited to attend.
We are informed, any lady or lady
like gentleman may become a mem
ber by paying the Email sum of ten
A Beck Fcr Canvassers.
Judge Tourgec of North Carolina,
the famous author of "A Fool's Er
rand" and "Bricks without Straw,"
has added to his scries of ttrinking
historical studies, another work en
titled "A Roval Gentleman."
"A Fool's "Errand" relates the ex
perience of a Northern Settler in the
South after the wrr. "A Royal Gen
tleman," on the other hand, is a study
of SoutheJu Society and Character
just before and during the war, and
. throws a Hood of new itcnt upon the
, inner history of that stranire epoch.
It deals with the social, industrial.
!.. ". . .."...
smi,w"w ,' " fumiitm h
in tlie antr-Mlum days, and rcvaeals
the under-current of events at work
that under-current which drew a
whole people into civil conflict.
In his Preface, Judge Tourgeo says:
'Tlie story is the delineation of a ro
mantic sentiment, having its root' in
Slavery, but its flower and fruitage in
Freedom, and concerns itself with
Slavery onlv in order to mark tlie
' growth of character under that in
fluence. The incident" of A Koynl
Gentleman" are found upon real
events, and the characters drawn
from life. In dramatic power, in
romantic interest, and in literary
finish, it is the outhor's masterpiece.
When wc consider that in a little
more than one vcar, hundreds of
thousands of volumes of this author
have been put in circulation among
. the readinir and thinkinz people of
' There " scarce an instance in literary
history ol so sudden-" a rise to so proud
Judsed bv the sale of his books,
! which" has been the most rnid in the
suwc cireaL VJUICagOJj 11L-
of the Red Cloud Chiof.
NUVKMUKK. 10. 1SSL
Read, Notice and Get Posted.
rtOSFJISTTI-T L BBOS Bulletin.
Still Come to the Front; wc mean all we ad
vertise. Convince yourself of the same and;
NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE
In their new building opposite the Chicago
Lumber Yard. Have just received the
Largest And Most Complete
Line of new goods, consisting of
For Men, Youths and Children, and a very
large assortment of
OVKliXO VTS AXD UIsHTEW
That can be found in the Republican Valley.
Latest STYLES, NEWEST PATTERNS" and
Have marked their goods down to
ROCK BOTTOM FIGURES.
We have the largest
of Dry Goods, Hats &
Trunks & Valises, and
C1RPE TS .WD OILCLOTHS
At figures lower than can be bought in the
Do not fail to see our new line of nobby
Also fine 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 fall lnv of .WHon's Hat, and s Grtc line of Fur JL tr fcr ME2
YOUTHS and CHI LDIlEX, Qar nobby children Slk
Velvet Turbn Caps sre neat.
We aim to sell cood? LOVt", and m we
Jujstern ilanutftf tnrers for cash, we wonll it ptca:a ivnave
you call ami judge for rwirrrrc.
vab tt y.Titim rm-fx
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KXOWX AS THE
Square BoaKag Olothisrr
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and best selected
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