The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, November 24, 1881, Image 1

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NORTH-EAST Oil SOUTH-EAST
VOL. IX.
"Eternal Vigilance is tlie price of Liberty," and 1,50 a year is the price of the CudCIti
RED CLOUD. WEBSTER CO- NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SOVEMBEIt, '24, 1SS1.
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J3.&M.R.R.
Tb!s Itoad together with the C. B. A Q, which
is called
J. K.EMITII.
Prei'tlit NatBiak
Beatrice Neb.
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Burlington Route !
FormMhe tnostcomplctoliin'between Nebraska
-. nitits and all point Kastnf Missouri Hirer.
. l'assciiiccri taking uiw uuo - i-
3o. Itiver at 1'UOimouth
orcr tho
Plattsmouth Steel Bridge,
Which has lately been completed.
w Through Pay C:onche
AND
. rnian Mfcfpingrt
AKEltUNTO
Burllngton.Peoria.Cliicago
and St. LOiii,
Where clofe connection arc wade in union depoi
for nil ! oir.ts A'orth East and Month. 1 rami by
this route start in Nebraska are inare-
foro free frm tho various accidents
which to frequently delay trains
reining through from the moun
tains, and passengers are thus
ture of making gondcn-
ncction when they
take the B. & M.
route cast.
Through Tickets
AT
LOWEST RATES
lu force in the Ftate. ns well as full and reliable
Mm information required, can be had upon appUca
tion to B. ill.K. K. Agent at any of the
jrincipul station?, or to
PEECEVAL LOWSLL,
15tf Central Ticket Agent.
OMAHA KBB.
S. C. Smith.
Ca(h'rl(tNat.Bank
Beatrice Neb.
SMITH BROTHERS,
BANKEES,
RED CLOUD, NEB.,
Transact a general banking business, buy and
sell county warrant, also County. Preeinet and
Hshool Diftriet Bonds.
Negotiate farm mortgages, buy and sell ror
eign Kxchange. ....
rpcial attention giren to collections.
RirgBgcr-lst Nat. Bask New York. Oma
ha Nat. Bank, Omaha.
SMITH BROS.
THE CHIEF.
Humgfr
M. L. THOMAS,
EDITOR.
G.W
SlUDI.KK,
President.
It.
V. SlIIRKY,
Cashier.
WD CODITT Bill.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Monky To Loan on Real Estate and
Chattel Mortgage. Buy and sell Ex
change and do a general Banking
business.
keferkxceh:
Bayer . Atkins. Banke.-y. York: York County
Bank. York. Farmers' A Merchants Bank,
York; Union National Bank, Chieigo;
Marsh Bros.. Mosher A Co. Lincoln. g gtf
THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1881.
A man has actually been shot in
Missouri for resisting arrest.
Shot At.
A Wcdi-fct Areajer XtUbtnit!? Tim twt
8hrt t Oiittts.
Washington, Nov. 19, G p. in. Late
this afternoon while Guiteau was bc
inir L-iLeii to Iho tail, and when about
liulf wav tatween the caoito! and the
St. Paul, Nov. 19.A Phnerr Prtx
special from Durand, 1ccns!n. ay.
E. Maxwell had an examination at
'1 p. in. to-day. He plead "no: gtiilty"
and waived examination. On leaving
the court room, tho officeri were over
powered, though they made a brave
resistance, the pruoncr was taken by
100 determined men from all parts of
tho count v, and in less titan three
a conven-
The cases against the tar route
thieves have been dismissed. Shame.
Virginia has gone
the "solid south" is
past.
republican and
a thing of the
The riattsmouth Daily Jounuil, a
neat little democratic paper, camo to
hand last week, Sherman it Howard,
editors and proprietors.
0. C. Case
Jab. McNmt.
Case & McNeny,
a Tronxnrs and counselors at law.
Will practice in all the Courts of Ibis Bute and
Northern Kansas. Collections ai well as litiga
ted business carefully and efficiently attradcdUi.
Ornca:- On Webster Street, one door north
of Garber's Store,
UKI) CLOUD, NEn.
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That this medicine has ben
UQ P d for 35 years in
O Li private practice,
W Wi in all diseases o 1 the throat
$j and lungs, is the greatest
fell OO rCfJ reoom-
A im. UBS I-1-II men da
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niven it. Tut before the
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, Vi-5 KiiiMi City, Mo.
Go to the reliable and well-known
drug stand of K. K. Sheror Keil Cloud,
mid buv a ei bottle. If after using
two-thirds, von get no relief, return
the balance and get your money
back.
AW.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTOHNEY AND COUNSELOR. AT L
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Office one door north of Kulry Bro.
KED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
E. CIlAWLgT. N.H.Thoim.
Hawley & Thorpe,
A TTOBNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Office: Over Mc EaYland's store.
BED CLOUD, KEB.
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Samuel West
DEALER IN
Tobacco, Cigars,
CONFECTIONERY.
CANNED FRUITS,
FRESH FRUITS,
CRACKERS, CHEESE,
ORANGES, LEMONS.
AND A FULL LINE OF FANCY
Laird & Smith,
attoiineyb and counselors at law.
Hastings, - Nebraska.
Will rractice in all the Court of the State.
Prompt attention given to all busineM "trusted
to hia care. juiyi-i
We learn by a Kansas exchange
that Jim Humphrey, editor of the
Bellville Telescope, shot and killed Dr.
Woodward at Scandia, Kan. last week.
The quarrel grew out of the county
seat fight in Republic county.
It is now claimed that the man cap
tured by sheriff Killan, of Hall county,
last week, is not one of the notorious
Williams brothers, as was supposed.
Wc could hardly bring ourself to
believe that one of those notorious
out-laws could be so easily captured.
Mrs. Campbell, wife of the founder
of the Christian church, is 80 years of
age. Her hair is as black and her
eyes as bright as in her youth. She
is engaged in writing a volume of
reminiscences of her husband. The
book will undoubtedly have a large
sale.
inil n. wliito man ridinir a sorrel horse minutes was hanging from
rode up near the prisoner, and before ient limb near tho court house. Our"
any of the guards could interfere, he cjtirons deprecate the action of the
fired into the van. and then rode off powerless to reUt.
in a northwesterly direction, the "' u i . i
guard Mid the vj iUelf pursuing ine mauer was ctiucimy w..
him. Gluteal! received a Hesh wound and skillfully carried out. After the
in the arm. The van was guarded by i,ang the'erowd dispersed in good
a detachment of mounted police, who , d U3Uaiv qu;ct village
pursuaded the assailant, aca)nimpan-jorUcr' anu.our "! ,, ' ,q '" .
!.;,! hi. tbft van. The cuard were shows no signs of the fearful cxcite-
afraid to leave tho van, so they took it meiit that prevailed during the day.
with tlmm in the nit rs int. luw made
their gait necessarily slow, and the
assailant, who was well mounted,
gained on them. After following the
assailant some distance, mu Ruaiu u
Police abandoned the pursuit, and he
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nas csaipeu. uuueuu was onut ... "
forearm, but it is only a ilesh wound, j
He was terribly frightened when he
got to the jail. He said to the ollicera
in charge of the guard, "Tell Detective
Vass and Marshal Williams that I
want a double guard sent down to the
jail to take mc up to court Monday
morning. Guitcau's wound is very
slight, as tho ball struck him after
parsing through a panel of the van.
Only one policeman and the jail
guard were with the van as an escort.
The assailant has made good bis
escape. No chance for his capture,
as public opinion is considerably in
his favor. Many express regret that
the shot was not fatal.
Later advices say that the "Aven
ger" has been captured and that his
name is Wm. Jones, of Virginia. A
subscription has been started to pay
the expense of his trial, and f 250 is
already signed.
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J. L. Kai.kt,
.Uloon.ini.ton,
Scbraika.
C. W. Kim.
Red Cloud. Neb.
KALEY BROS.,
TT0RNEVS AT LAW Jc REAL ESTATE
AI.ENT8.
Will practieo in all tho Courts in Nebraska
and northern Kanras: collections ..nuni'tly at
tended to and correspondence solicited.
BSD CLOUD, Nebraska.
Also. AkouU for B. A" M, R. B. Lands.
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ELBERT A. HALL ill. D.
Physician&Surgeon,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Assistant Surzoon B. C- M. H.Jt- R. C Office
over John-on A- Creps' dry gods store. B"
dence over Perkins & Mitchell's store. I96ui
J. HI. MOSENA, M. V.
F.CLKCTIC
Physician and Surgeon,
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Will pay special attention to Obstetrics and
discasea of women Also general and special
surgery. Diseases of tho JJye and Ear. Charges
moderate Office over Sherer's Drugstore.
Kesidonce 4th house north of school house.
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Tnere is a young lady in Sandusky,
O Miss Fanny Mills who has the
biggest feet in the United States, her
right foot being 22 inches long, and
the left 19 inches. She wears a 27 J
shoe, the largest ever made in this
or. Dcrbaos. in any other country.
Ex.
T'would be hard for her to "put her
foot in it."
WfcitGtnirtl Kaoagtr FotUr fcu to Sty
oftfcS.fc V. Extensica.
John B. Finch, tho temperance ad
vocate, has resigned his position aa
Worthy Chief Tcmplcr, of the I. O.
G. T., and it is surmised that Gen.
Bowan, of Juniata, will.be his suc
cessor. Ex.
It would be a good thing for the I.
O. G. T. of the state if they were both
"fired out."
Ax Arkansas man was stricken with
paralysis while cursing the Lord for
not sending rain, and a Maine deacon
was visited the same way while
praying for rain. And tho Boston
Post has come to the safe conclusion
that it is best not to put in your
oar on the rain question anyway,
but let the Lord run it to suit himself.
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ALSO A FIKST CLASS
Ice Cream Parlor,
Where you can always
get a nice dish" of Ice Cream during
the Season.
A share of the public patronage is
respectfully solicited. First door
south of "Mitchell & Morhart's.
3? ed Cloud, - - JKkhkaska.
For Your
LUMBER.
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY.
YHB BEST 12? THR 35AB1S:7
Sold at Lowest lrlce
- ,-BY-
DR. C. SCHENCK,
Pliysician&Surgeon.
COWLES, XEBRASKA.
Professional calls promptly attended.
Office: At reidence near Cowlcs. 8-51
Dr. H. A. Baird,
RESIDENTDEUTIST.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
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We learn by a conversation with a
foreman on the B. & M., work in Colo
rado that a great many of the men are
quitting on account of cold weather
and low wages. Ho says that the
wages of the men will have to be in
creased or some very energetic re
cruiting done, else work on tho road
will bo practically suspended for the
winter.
W. H. EICHARDSOff,
DEALER IN
LIVE STOCK.
BED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
iligneit market price paid for hogs tad cattlt.
Guide Rock House,
J. B. SABIN, Propr,
GUIDE ROCK, NEBRASKA.
This House has just been refitted and
newly furnished throughout.
GOOD SAMPLE ROOM
for the accommodation of commercial
men. 49tf
HENEY
Faints,
Oils,
3 RED
Glass,
CLOUD
Notions,
DRUG
Wall Paper,
STORE.
The Lincoln Journal savs that a
reporter of the Las Vegas (New
Mexico) Optic has had au interview
with a retired member of the James
brothers' gang of robbers, who sol
emnly asserts that Jesse James and a
younger brother are engaged in stock
raising not ono hundred miles from
Las Vegas. "They are prosperous
and honest," said this reformed cut
throat, "and their greatest desire is to
Fiom the Journal.
The following extract taken from
the Chicairo Tivwx. in recard to the
B. fe M, extension may prove inter
dsting to tho people of Lincoln:
Mr. T. J. Potter, general manager of
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
system of lines, returned to this city
yesterdy morning, after having spent
the greater part of the week in an in
spections of the Denver extension.
He reports that forty-nine miles of the
track have already been laid west
ward from Culbertson, Neb., since
October 15, when work was first com
menced. The work of tracklaying,
Mr. Potter further states, is progress
ing at the rate of one and a half miles
daily, heavy steel rails being placed on
a solid road-bed. The route is graded
and ready for the tics from the dis
tance of about 110 miles, west of the
present end, over six hundred teams
and a force of several thousand men
graders, track-layers, etc., being em
nloved in the work of construction.
Mr! Potter reports the maxium. grade
of the located route from Culbertson
all the wav to Denver, a distance of
nearlv three hundred miles, at thirty
feet to the mile; and that the work of
construction, both track laying and
grading, will bo prosecuted with dis
patch, until the sevcro weather scte in,
and at intervals after that time when
propituous. It is expected to have
the line in operation to Denver by
June or July next. No depot facilities
have yet been arranged for in Denver,
but the present intention of tho man
agers is to affect an arrngement
whereby the company will jointly, for
the next two or three years; occupy
the union depot in that city with the
Union Pacihc. h Denver k Rio
Gninde, and other Colorado roads.
American civilization will not toler
ate bull fight. Human combaU can
onlv be carried out in secrecy, and J
even dog and cock fights are under
such general condemnation that their
occurrence must be apoligizcd for by
the pcoplo among whom they are
held. Yet there is a spectacle, far
moro horrible than any slaugh
ter of bulls, more shocking than any
pugulistic contest and moro degrading
than any dog or cock fight, furnUed
and presided over by the majesty of
the law itself, upon which the brutal
instincts of our people can occasionly
feed as ravenously as did the ancient
Romans upon the bloody arena in
which men and animals were daily
slaughtered for their amusement. At
the execution of Felix Munshaur, at
Frederick, Maryland, eight hundred
persons, including a numbor of
women, were admitted to witness the
terrible scene. At the hanging of
Henry Jenkins at Faycttevillc, West
Virginia, twenty thousand people
were present. "The gallows," says tho
account, "was placed so as to give a
good view to the pectatora assem
bled." We are also told that to pre
vent too great boisterousness of the
crowd, the Hawknest riflemen were
called out. But everything passed otf
properly, and the people went home
highly satisfied with the entertain
ment which the eovernment had fur
nished them. If such spectacles in
spired respect for the awful
sacredness of lifo and the majesty of
law, there might bo some excuse for
them. But when it simply ministers
to a morbid and bruitish appetite, and
results in arousing disregard for life,
pleasure in suffering, and all tho cruel
and murderous propensities which
lead to tho commission of capital
crimes, such spectacles are as repre
hensible in the nineteenth century as
wcro those with which the Cmzt
amused the degenerate Romans in the
first. Journal.
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Chicago, November 16. A Wash
ington special says thatFrank Hatton,
who for a week, in the absence of Mr.
James, has been acting postmaster
general, has taught the bourbons of
one small section in Virginia at least
that the United States is not to be
trifled with. At one of the petty cross
roads called Sbackleford, in Queens
county, James Goulder has been ap
pointed postmaster upon the recom
mendation of Senator Mahone. He
was a readjuater. On account of that
the people of that township conspired
to prevent the postmaster from secur
ing suitable accommodations for the
postoffice, and yesterday he returned
his commission to the department,
stating that he was neither able to
rent a suitable room or obtain a
proper site upon which to build, be
cause the property holders of Shackle
ford had cowibined against him and
sworn tfart a readjusler should not be
postmaster there. Mr. Goalder, for
these reasons, considered it proper to
resign. Postmaster-general Hatton
did not think it proper that a repre
sentative of tke government should be
treated h this xmavwr, an4 in exer
dse of his authority issued an order
discontinuing the veetoflfce, and di
recting thai its- feinB be trans
ferred tatto nearest office in an ad
joining county. The bourbons of
anactteibm have thus froeear eat the
readjueter postmaster, bat at tke same
time they have frosen ot themselves.
Chicago, November 16. A myste
rious man has been arrested at
Kensington, a suburban town, and
jailed. He gave several fictitious
names and claims to have come from
Canada. When searched he was
found to have a mass of correspon
dence between Charles J. Guitcau and
many prominent people throughout
the 'country. The correspondence
discloses the alleged fact that a wide
spread conspiracy existed previous to
Garfield's assassi nation and that Guit
eau was only one member of the ga'ng
who had plotted and planned for
months to remove the president. The
police of Kensington refuse to give
the details of the arrest of the suspi
cious character, but have had him
safely lodged in jail. Col. Corkhill
was communicated with bv telegraph
this evening and answered to hold the
Krisoner by all means and forward to
im the correspondence. It is said
that some startling disclosures will be
made in the letters when they are
made public in Washington at the
trial, where ther will arrive on Friday
morning. The people at Kensington,
which is a small hamlet, are greatly
excited over the strange discovery,
and threats are freely made to lynch
the mystcrio3 stranger before
morning. The police are making
extra exertions to guard well their
prisoner.
A special to the Herald from Wash
ington thi5 evening: says that the
Another Book b7 tadf Toarges.
In his Preface to "A Royal Gentle
man," which is to be sold by subscrip
tion, the author says: "The trouble is
that the Northern inan has madu up
a South for himself, and, without the
least hesitation, criticises any depar
ture from the original of his own im
agination as untrue to life. After I
went South, the contrast between
these pre-notions and what I saw of
the life around me, impressed mc
keenly, and soon became a subject of
engrossing interest.
"I saw, or thought I saw, that the
concious evils of slavery the cruel
Insh, the impossible task, ami what
ever of opportunity for malice the
system gave rise to had been dispro
portionately dwelt upon by the anti
slavery writers of the North. At the
same time, the itnconcious evils of the
system those which warped the braiu ,
and heart of the master ns well as
dwarfed the, str of the slave bad
!rtfn allowed to drop out of sight. I
noticed, too, that these unconcious
evils were the very ones which had
left thier marks upon character, and
that every ono who had been sub
mitted to their influences was more or
less scarred by them especially the
master race; and that these influences
were a part of slavery which could not
be 'aibolished' "
This book was written because its
incidents, fn effect, had passed before
my eyes with such vividness that I
couldnot but write; ii it a picture oj
facts. Farther, it does not go nor
lead.
"A Fool's Errand and The Invisible
Emnire" depicts the experience of a
Northern Settler in the Southern
States during the period of Recon
struction. "Bricks without Straw"
pictures the conditions and difficulties
under which the Freedman is trying
to struggle up from darkuess into
light: And now "A Rami Gentleman"
portrays, in a novel and graphic man
aer,jffre characteristic elements, ueyer be
fore so clearly analyzed and treated,
namely the Southern View of the
Rebellion; the Autocratic Slaveholder,
standing at the top of the social scale;
the Poor White, then lying at the bot
tom, but now fast curamug to the
higher, levels; the typical Yonng South
erner before, during, and since the war,
together with his relations personal,
social, and legal with the typical
Slate Girl of beauty, intelligence, and
tubsemicnt refinement, whose charms
and virtues are alike tainted by the
faint and indistinguishable trace of
slave blood in her veins. It is a pic
turesque, vivid, and passionate story,
and there is that in it which will alt
tract the most cultivated and fastidious.
It is saidthat Judge Tourgces books
Hoseutli&I Bi:
Will be graciously parceled out for an equal
amount of LEGAL TENDER, in quantities
to be named by the purchaser, without regard
to
RACE, COLOU, RELIGION, rOI.ITICS. AGE, HIZE OR SEX
A PERFECT FIT !
And Satisfaction Guaranteed in every in
stance. This is the Grandest Opportunity ever
offered to clothe yourselves and children without
GETTING HUMBUGGED.
You can always find just what you arc look
ing for at
ROSENTHAL BROS.
Who h.ive rlothcd more men and bovs, ant
made more homes happy in the past five
years, than any other parties in the Republican
Valley all because
Rosenthal Brothers
Understand their business; buying their
goods for cash and selling for cash, to the great
advantage of every customer; NEVER MIS
REPRESENTING, but doing business on
ACTUAL MERIT.
OUR STOCK THIS FALL
Is the most complete ever brought to RED CLOUD comprising
Everything Worn by Man and Woman.
Selected with grout care, with a view to giving our ciitnmcr the mol
SOLID, SUBSTANTIAL and NEATEST l'ATTEH5a and LATEST STYLES.
FOR the; least money,
Our Business and Dress Suits'
ARE PARTICULARLY DESIRABLE,
And only necd;to be seen to be appreciated. Our stock of
Youths' and Children's Suits
Is Complete in every Department, oflering attrnrtfon that are seldom ccn
outside of the larger cities.
OUU SUITS FOR CHILDREN
Should be seon. Our stock of . . .
Ill A A A nft fr fcn Youth and Children, vt urn ply
if m I V Mi I.AKV Immense Ail tho L&tcsl and Nobby
lla I W W Vfll w Styles; and
They are Cheap this Year.
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alleged cause of the rupture between
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former expended the entire amount of
the contingent fund at their disposal
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conspiracy, which has Una accident
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sale of 350,000 copses, the most rapid
sale in the history of book-jtublbhiogv
his no, oi reader? win, we preoici,
find "A Ktnml UejUlcmtoMf' the ot
powerful and entertaining of the
scries. Jkmd thosw who have not yet
had the fkasure of reang Jodel
Tourgee s rsmaikubfe books will do
weft to corameace with "A Royal
Gsatissasn," historically the beeiriing
of (be series. Thebeok is brilllaBtly
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sale the LARGEST
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All Our Business on the Square Plan,
LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES !
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