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"Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty," and $1.50 a year in the price of limited Cloud Chief.
K32Z: $1.60. yes? if pal In Airases.
RED CLOUD, WKBSTER CO-NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. MKCKMHER. -2. 11.
NORTH-EAST OR SOUTH-EAST
Tbti IXoad tocetber with Iba C. C- A Q." whiaa
lo nn the most comtrietelinr between Nliraka
I oit to aud Mil i oidU hMttor mimoum Hirer.
l'fttnerf takicr tbii line crn the
Mo. Kivcr at I'larumoutb
Plattsmoutli Steel Bridge,
VMch hat lattly leen completed.
Thropgli Pay Coach e
A RE RUN TO
and St. LOni,
Where clorceonnflionrnrcnuidr in union deiwg
for nil ininta Aortli Ea andMilh. i rain tiy
thin route Mart in Kebraaka are there
fore tree Inmi the various accident!
wbiili n frtrjuentlyd 1T traiut
cfnilnr throurh from the rnoun
tnidn. and tmmcuRcra are thin
ture of makitiE cood cn
ticctinuK when they
take the B. & M.
In fcrrr in tbn Ftntc. a well an full and reliable
. nfoi irnt ion required, can be bad upon applica
tion to It. , J. It. It. AnibV at at-7 of the
jrji cijnl ttntii'iif. or to
13tT General Ticket Acnt,
That this medicine has been
UOC'l lor35)ears in
W W private practice,
in all diseases o I the throat
and lenqs, is the greatest
?&$&k lion this Balsam can have
V-5iJft-& Ein it. I'ut before the
wuii t rim
J, . -TzW public in 1869. Trice 25c,
5- ...V 50c and 5l. hample Uot-
, $$ & u CT u for Wc,!
- .&?.&. a.:.. DAt-onm
t lax A Brackclt,
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Kansas Cky, Mo.
Co to the reliable and well-known
drnj: stand of R. R. Shcrer Rod Cloud,
and bit a $1 bottle. If after ning
two-thirds, you get no relief, return
the lwlanco and get your money
k w fj-.iwLe. AQcaArsa
AXD A ITCLT. LINE OF FAKCY
AIJSO A FIRST CL.VSS
Ics Cream Parlor,
Where you can always
get a nice dish of Ice Cream during
A share of the public patronage is
icspeotfully solicited. First "door
south of Mitchell & Morhart'.
Red Cloup, - - Nebraska.
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Sotil at I.iiwckt lric-
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R0 CLQS10 NEB.
Prei'tlit Nat. Bank
F. C. Smith.
BED CLOUD, NEB.,
TruiMcLa tcneral Ltokictr btutce.. bay wd
..II ... n(l a Ian f IflBfltT. PrntMnCt mUtf
8bool Dirtrict Bocdf.
Ntsotute farm BortaM. bay and aell For
eign Kicbance. ,
4-pfial aUontioB f Irto to eolIeetioBf.
RFEKctr-nt Nat. Baak New York, Oaja
ba Nat. Eaoit. Omaha.
G. V. Shidi-eu,
B. V. SiiiRnv,
WQST.fi cn Bin,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Money To Loan on Real Estate and
Chattel Mortgage. Buy and Bell Ex
change and do a general Banking
-Sayer k Atkln. Banke-i. York: York VaatT
Bank. York. KarBjera k MechanU, Bank.
York; Uuion National B ink. Chicafo;
Marib Broa.. Moiher k Co. Lincoln.
W. H. STROHM.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Maybe eontnlted in Encluh or German.
Collection! will receive prompt attention.
Office: Opposite Boy's Home
0. c.csi. Jm-McNut.
Case & McNeny,
A TTORNKYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Will practice in all the ConrU of this State 1 and
Northern Kanni Collection? as welt a litlra
tedbuinecir.lul1y and efficiently attended to.
t 1 fick- On Webiter Street, one door north
tf Garbor'a Store,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
" J. S. GILHAM,
A TTORSKY AND C0UN8EIX)R AT LAW.
Office one door north 0 Kaley Bros.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
E. C. IUwxrr. N. II. Tnor.
Hawley & Thorpe,
ATTORNEYS ft COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Orricir. Over Mc Farland's store.
BED CLOUD, NEB.
Laird & Smith,
attorneys and counselors at law.
Hastings, - Nebraska.
Will rracticc in all the Court of the State.
Prompt attention liven to all bnsinen entreated
to hii CAre. julyl-7
J. L. Kalkt.
C. W. Ki.t.
Bed Cloud. Neb.
A TTORNEYS AT LAW k REAL ESTATE
Will practice in all the Courta in Nchraika
and northern Kana: collectinny promptly at
tended to and correspondence volicited.
BED CLQTJD. Kobratk.
Alio. Af enti for B. k M. B. B. Landa.
j. im. wosea, n. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
RKD CLOUD. NEB.
Will pay iptcial attention to Obstetrlet and
dicaea of women Also Rencral and apecial
urcery. Dif eaiea of the Kye and Ear. Charses
moderate. Office over Sherwood'i titore.
DR. C. SCIIENCK,
Physician & Surgeon,
Professional calls promptly attended.
Office: At reidence near Cowle. 8-51
Dr. H. A. Baird,
Guide Rock House,
J. B. SABIX, Propr,
GUIDE ROCK, NEBRASKA.
This House has just been refitted and
. newly furnished throughout.
GOOD SAMPLE ROOM
for the accommodation of commercial
CURES THOUSANDS TKJJU.T.
; tie sytwn:
A trial of HwUl irovalll
clannUtk yoor drmpet
TTar: take ao ot&acl
Far aale ay all rrnajwn
M. L. THOMAS,
THURSDAY, DEC. 29, 1881.
There ha been three murdera in
Omaha in the last three months.
It is said that prohibition in Kan
sas does not prohibit, as more liquors
arc sold in that state now than at any
C. H. Walker, everybody knows
Charley, has found his calling at last,
he has jusi been etwUlIed as assistant
editor of the Nebraska Farmer, at Lin
coln. Mrs. Grundy Bays ex-senator Fre
linghuysen will be unquestionably the
handsomest man of the administra
tion. At Saratoga, where he spends
every summer, he, though making
no pretentions on his own behalf, is
considered to rival in good looks with
the profesaioal beauty. Col. Nick
Smith, the late Horace Greeley's son-in-law.
John B. Finch, the great Temper
ance Advocate of Nebraska, "mopped
the floor" with two PLattemouth edi
tors, the other day, ana now the other
papers which havve been giving him
particular thunder, arc changing their
tone and saying what a great and
good man John B. is. They didn't
know how muscular he was. Alma
The closing lines of the above, don't
apply to the Chief.
It is said that Scoville, brother-in-law
and counsel of the assassin Guit
eau, is in daily receipt of letters
threatening his life. This is all wrong,
Scoville deserves the sympathy and
commendation of all Americans for
his brave and disinterested efforta in
behalf of Guiteau. Seoville's wife
is a sister of the assassin, and this fact
has induced that lawyer to hpend his
time and money in his defence, and
that, too, without the hope of reward,
and he has handled the case with won
derful shrewdness and battled man
fully notwithstanding the fearful odds
against him. Give him praise instead
of threats for what he has done.
'It becomes our painful duty," says
the religious editor of an Omaha pa
per, "to chronicle the fact that some
of our prominent citizens, including
one occupying a very important pub
lic trust, have been spending consid
erable time of late in a game of cards
known as draw poker, and the citizen
holding an important public trust is
said to have such a morbid curiosity
to know what kind of cards other citi
zens sitting at the table have in their
hands, that he has come to be consid
ered a very desirable citizen to have in
the game. The other night his curios
ity was so great that he paid another
citizen 1150 just to see his cards. We
wish he would pay us one hundred
and fifty dollars to see our cards."
It is announced, seemingly by au
thority, that a large number of wo
man who now hold appointments as
postmasters in the Southern nates,
are to be removed to make room for
active politicians with a view to build
ing up the Republican party in that
section. No more pointed commen
tary on the Injustice which women
snffer in various ways, by reason of
their disfranchisement, could be made
than this brief statement. No claim
is made of ineifciency or neglect of
duty, in any particular, but because
women cannot vote and hence are not
apolitical factor to be considered,
they must make way for men who are.
It is time that this land of the free,
where all stand on an equality before
the law, should mark time to its pro
fessions by enfranchising one-half of
its best citizens. Sutton Register.
Following is the bill for the protec
tion of the president, introduced in the
House last Saturday week.
Be it enacted, etc., That any attack
with a deadly weapon upon the person
of the president of the United States
and the infliction of a wound upon his
body shall be held and deemed to be
an act of treason against the United
States,, and upon trial and conviction
of the person so offending the crime
shall be punished by death.
Section 2. That any attack upon
the person of the president of the Uni
ted States with intent to to do bodily
injury, shall be held to be deemed a
misdemeanor, and the party offending
shall upon trial and conviction be fined
not less than (blank), nor Biore than
(blank) and be imprisoned for a term
not lees than (blank) nor more than
Section. 3. If the party waking an
assault upon the person of the presi
dent of the United States shall on trial
be found not responsible for his act
by reason of his mental condition or
other causes, he shall not be liable to
the penalties enumerated in sections
land 2 of the act, but such person so
offending shall he imprisoned during
his natural life or until srtch a tine m
bis complete reatentioa to a ctstikioa
ttOX 072 GTC COUZSTOroZST.
Wasuingtox Dec. 2fi, 1SS1.
M&. Editor: In spile of Vennor's
prediction of cold, sleet and snow, the
weather thus far at the capital baa
been more like April than December.
These balmy day are greatly enjoyed
by stranger visitors who perambulate
the public buildings, or drive through
our avenues, crowded with the great
i throng that every afternoon ride in
splendid turnout over the smooth as
phalt roadways, while the sidewalks
are filled with all chuses, rich and
poor, white and colored, grave and
gay. No one accustomed to the rigors
of the northern climate, can fail to be
charmed with the atmosphere of the
capital, and days and weeks spent
here during the session of Congress,
the season of receptions and levees, is
something to be cherished and re-,
membered. Year by year the poploj
come to feel a deeper interest in the
Capital, the Mecca towards which the
hearts of 50,000,000 were turned in j
those long wear' days, that will never
be forgotten by the living, and will be
told to our children, inspiring them to,
feel a we do, a pride in their city,
becauso it is the nation's Capital the
Paris of America.
The Bourbons in Congress are not
happy. They thought they saw the
breaking of the dawn of an era of
good to their party, so hungry ftff the
victors' spoils. The vision has vanish
ed. Nor is this all. Across the Poto
mac, the home of Presidents and tho
boasted soil of the F. F. Vs, there
has been a political earthquake that
has dethroned bourbonism, and install
ed under Mahone, the doctrine that
every man shall have a free ballot and
that his ballot shall be counted. Like
Belshazzar of old, the Bourbons see
the hand of doom, and they go about
the strceL", refusing to be comforted.
In other southern states bold and
resolute men are coining forward as
the vacant couriers of a new civiliza
tion 111 at will split in sunder the old
Bourbon rule, and will give to white
and colored, the rights guaranteed by
the constitution, which have been so
long outrageously disregarded by the
Democracy of the South. Ten years
of liberty under law, with a free ballot,
in that region, will mako it the richest Central City has two miles of side
and most prosperous portion of our walk, and homtingly exclaims: Where
The bill for funding the national
debt at three per cent., will pass Con
gress very soon after the holiday re
cess. The measure is championed by
both parties, and the strife seems to be
which 6hall get the credit. The pres
ent outlook leads your correspondent
to prophcy that the features of both
billB will be dove-taled so as to give
both Republicans and Demscrats
common title to a measure that will
float our debt in a three per cent,
bond which will be taken with great
rapidity, and will reach a premium of
ten per cent, within two years from
the passage of the act.
Guiteau still keeps chattering, and
nothing but a rope ornamenting his
neck will ever stop him. The insanity
dodge has played its part and now
cuts a little figure in the case. The
sickening detail must bo gone through
with from day to day, and unless the
farce is prolonged until death takes
off one of the jurors, Guiteau will be
found guilty and hung.
One by one the actors in the great
drama of the rebellion arc passing
away. "Major" Roach, was with the
United States Marines, under com
mand of Col. R. E. Lee, at the capture
of John Brown at Harper's Ferry in
1859, and he was the first man to lay
hands on the violator of the law and
drag him from under the engine in
the engine house. Governor wise, of
Virginia, presented Major Soach with
a fine uniform coat for his bravery on
this occasion. He was a heroic and
modest soldier and always obeyed
orders. His herculean for will be rem
embered at the head of the splendid
Marine Band by those familiar with
scenes on the Avenue, at the Capital,
during the stirring days of the war.
His funeral was largely attended and
hundreds recalled the scenes of those
bitter days of bloody strife.
Wise, who thought he killed John
Brown because he hung him, with
those who aided him, have gone to
their reward, but the soui of John
Brown is marching on. "Tnith crush
ed to earth shall rise again." It can
As an evidence of the dawn of a bet-.
ter day in the politics of our country,
it nuj be said that President Arthur's
uiege is the nrst uecument of the
crvr -r, i'rtv v-o ,. i,-. r j
cu. ... .is. v. ;wj uu u uu ItlCUCU
to theSouth as a distinctive section of
the country. This is a bright harbin
ger oi peace, no norm, no soutn, no
east, no west; one country from Ocean ,
to Ocean; from the Lakes to the
How dearly the name of Garfield istmrtof Wilbur F.Storv. the editor of
held in the hearts of the people. Thelb?:nrcrl'-whIch ? co?t '00r000.
?. l"n Jl ,,-'55s,sir "SsJi
son with all of the virtues of the Na- Length 150 feet, width 109 feet, and
tion's dead chief, and so names him height to ton of cnpola 104 feet. The
Garfield. Banks, Post oSoes and 3 to e aiagnificwitly fnished.
- - ,. iri- ik. mmA ...... ortT marble columns will be required
rtresAatakss this sacred awe. mloneto dma"S6ba
Here at the Capital we are to ha.Te a etc
Memorial Hospital bearing the taame TJaeedHoroftheCiiTmrhasia con-
of the martyr, ad an avscae 190 feet !P?I)It-iei!1 the building ef a resi-
wa ; .-u- i - - - tl ? mJar to the one described
t.?twtJ1?ZZL. -u- xt-v T
be the via beantifnl over which un
born millions will rids and drive in
the years that are canting.
The president" children will rnd
Chritmsa with him at the Executive
Mansion. HUtson l in hi first year
at Columbia College, and the little
girl u at achool in New York. Th
President docs not intcd having them
remain here, as thero will be no lady
in the White Huu.o to lake care of
his daughter. Ho would hav no
time to look after her. and cou'd nt
permit her to May in the houc u it'
out some lady to Uke charge of her
Since Mr. Buchanan's Hiitiunttrtion.
there have always been children in the
White House, either children
grand-children of the President.
yewiltami frsa all rrsr i&3 Su'.o.
A land league has been organized at
Greenwood will have a mill and a
creamery in the spring.
Plattomouth wants telephone com
munication with Omaha.
DnnnebriM? people have put up 2,
000 to build a bridge over the Loup.
Tom Wvmond, of Nebraska City,
paid t-10 for past pleasures in illicit
Twenty-three cars of cattle and hogs
were shipped from Hardy iu one day
An Otoe county farmer found his
loddatighter in the dive of a Lincoln
A farmer's wagon was rifled of $50
worth of Christinas precuts in the
public streets of Lincoln.
The second twenty-stall round house
of the B. tt M. at Plattsmouth is near
The Irishmen of West Point have
organized a land league with D. W.
Clancy at the helm.
The complctiqn of the bridge at Ox
ford makes the third spanning of the
Republican in Furnas county.
The S. C. & P. round-house at Lfuig
Pine is well under way, mid tho work
will be pushed until completed.
The village gtmnnith of Wahoo,
"had no idea it was loaded." A pus-er-bv
received the contents in his
Crete's treasury is flush. There was
a cash balance of $1,261.4 1 in it on
the Cth. The total receipts up to that
date was $.'!,G0G.W.
A man named Dumphy pressed
palms with the pile driver on the
Platte bridge near Fremont last week.
ije jost four lingers,
is a town ot vuu iiiimmiania ttiai can
make a better showing ?
The total tax of Dodge county for
1881 amounts to $103,862.33, which i
an increase of nearly 2U,000 over last
or any other year.
Frank Crowley, employed as mail
carrier between Central City and St.
Paul, skipped out with the contractor's
buck-board la.-t week.
Four towns in Burt countv nav tax-
; es in the following amount-: Tckn-
a'ninh, 3, 615.17, Decatur, i 15.57,
j Oakland, $1,619.84, Lyons, f2uV.2l
Two business men of Be-i trice
investigating me porK-pacKi-ig uusi-
nos, and if there is any money in it'
-.--. i ii-i.
they will start an establishment in that
The man arrested in Missouri as the
murderer of Myers, of Pawnee county,
proved to be the wrong man. Stanton
is still at large and pursuit aban
doned. The voters of North Loup. Valley
county, decide on the 7th of January
whetlier or no that precinct will give
14.000 to aid in .the construction of
the rail-road up the valley.
The ladies of Plattsmouth havo pe
titioned the city council to pass an or
dinance forbidding boys twele years
of age and under, to roam over the
streets after 8 o'clock in the evening.
The house of Riesdorf, near David
City, was burned last week. His
three-year-old daughter displayed re-
I umrkauic jueaciici: uj mum iitiuiium
out of the house with an eight-months
old babe when the fire broke out.
John Crazer, of Indianola was so
badly broken up by a runaway team,
that death is but a question of a few
days; He was thrown from the wagon
andin falling his feet became entang
led in the lines, and he was dragged
George Travis, husband of the post
mistress of Waverly, carved his wife
with a knife so frightfully that she is
not expected to live. Travis is in jail
at Lincoln. The slanderous tongues
of the neighbors wagged too much
and roused his jealously.
The National Soldier, published by
J. W. Wilson and A. II. Baltin, at
Kcarnev, starts out with the laudable
' PurD08e of making money and advo-
cnnng me ngnts oi soiaiers. ine
commissionorv department is doubt
less well supplied with hard-tack.
The Long Pine news, published by
T. J. Smith, is the latest edition to Ne
braska journalism. The paper is nec
essarily a live'y one, for the town is
yonng and loud. A cemetery was
i started List week and Barkley " Kane
planted in il Jesse Crawford crushed
his skull with a club.
Finch, the reformer, is enjoying an
uncommonly nveiy uoom just now.
The country editors are on the war
,L A 1.U C-Ul -f:f: t-..1
, aim, .c wuicu juiomii, tiiai-
ange John B. to "thread on the tail of
me coat." We tip the beam at 210,
six feet two in our souks, and stand in
irUh lbe coroner -
TTE finest residence now in process
of construction in Chicazo is said to be
". ..not commence per-1
THE LATEST NEWS !
The Best and
Ever brought to Red Cloud,
Selected by and BOUCHT for CASH by
Will be graciously parceled out for an equal
amount of LEGAL TENDER, in quantities
to be named by the purchaser, without regard
RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, I"OLITICS. AGE.SI7.E0R SEX
A PERFECT' FIT !
And Satisfaction Guaranteed in every in
stance. This is the Grandest Opportunity ever
offered to clothe yourselves and children without
You can always find just what you are look
ing for at
Who have clothed more men and boys, and
made more homes happy in the past five
years, than any other parties in the Republican
Valley all because
Understand their business; buying their
(roods for cash and selling for cash, to the great
I advantage of every customer; NEVER MIS-
n pnr)r,Pl?"n v
REPRIiSEN I ING,
OUK STOCK THIS FALL
Is the mo't complete ever bro.ight to RED CLOlD--rumptii.;:
Everything Worn by Man and Woman.
Selected with s-reu: c - with a viotr
SOLID, SUBSTANTIAL and NEATEST
FOR THE LEAST MOltfEY.
Our Business and Dress Suits
ARE PARTICULARLY DESIRABLE,
And only nccd.to be seen to be appreciated. Oar stock of
Youths' and Children's Suits
Is Complete in every Department, offering aU-ac:io:n that are seldom ccn
Outside of the larger citie,
OUR SUITS FOR CHILDREN
Should be cen. Our stock of
IJlfA A AIQA for Men Youth and Children, i pimply
HM I MM .fl Immense. All the Latent and Nobby
lift I W GL Uftr V Styles; and
Thsy are Cheap this Year.
GENTS FrKXISIJIXG G(OD
And in Gloves and Mwtens, second to none, and eqnal to any found in Cities.
nuiil ill MM ffriiniHi i SMIiim.rTT 1
mmmwt tms ssshiim iniinift
Wo also oflcr for
ia-pection and for
ale the LARGEST
fctocic ot ji fc,.N a uuuu-janU JL.AU1E5
Uutl:o Utif and Kip Boots, UL.I, LJB Fu.I a$ortrocnl of Rt'BBER
and OIL COATS, Leggias and dpi. FACT, and NO "HUM BUG."
LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES !
We do not seek to nvtsnifv our bainebv BLOW, but tske plea-we in re
ferring to our iLANY THOUSAND PATKOXS of the past. Please remember
wc are thy
OhIm Exclusive LllHing ana Uru
Gmc4 Stmre im Re CtouM
That Carrrfes a ttock, and can snpplr your immediate wants. A soch, wc
respectfully write vour insjwetion and patronage.
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