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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1882)
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Vigilance U thz price of Liberty " caul $1.50 ayc, is the price of the Red Cloud Chief.
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ED CLOUD, WKBSTEH CO. NEBRASKA, TnURSD-VYJ.vvUARY. .1. 1nS2.
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N0RTH-EAS1 Oil SOUTH-EAST
This Itoad together rf the 0.. A Q,' whita
Forms tho inortplrt")'B?i&rm,k
points and all oiBtBitor MiMouriRiTer.
ratsencera takir: w; " m
io. 'River t I'lalttniouta
Plattsmouth Steel Bridge,
"Which hu late7 leen completed.
and St tttii,
foro free Iroai the ions accidents
birli m frtqneiJiTUiar irwu
coininjr throughSrotn the moan-
tid. nod pa wig" are thua
i urc of inaki- tod cen-
Through ' Tickets
In force in tbeftate.a teltijs fall and reliable
.nfoimation reiuired. cat bhnd upon PP,'
ticm to B.AM.K.R. i.U at any of the
principal rtatiori, or to
ltf Genei Jfcket Agent:
1 OMAHA RIB.
11 Q P'djfor 35 years in
UvE private practice,
in all di-caies o 1 the throat
and lunjsj's the grtest
.3V ,; .T,unilim can have
&&?2ff given it- Tut before the
i'JZ'- t5rf-i cm n (1 ll T A I II
V.-Vi:.-.i-Wrsl Ik El Mm I Ml II
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S-"t-c' n,iMir nIXU. fnCCZSC.
exxr and Si Sample Bot-
Cfe. olstskea it for sale. We,
V l-clow, KuteeituiroHgn
tmr r.;i um
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Of. V. On J 4 BraeJtell,
fcV fana y. --
Go to the reliable aid! well-known
ditiif ataml of R. Rl She Red Cloud,
nntiiiuvaSl hoUle. m after using
two-thirds, you got no1 aplief, return
tho balance and get ' jjmr money
CRACKEPJS, CHEESE, '
AND A n:i.L LIKE 0 IAKCY
ALSO A FIRST CIA
Where you can alk-ys
get a nice difh of Ice Cream during
:iie beason. 1
Where cIc-kc connection are njjde in union deros
for all i oints ortb Eat afcdSoutb. Train, by
this route start in Safrraska are tbera-
A share of the puWic - jalronage is
4, icne-tfullv tili filed, first door
- 3omh of 'Mitchell & Mirfiart'a.
Red Cixui, - - I ebraska.
t o I
5 M fl-S
J Wild t
k CD I WH,JUd i
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CTJKES THOC8AyiTKQr. V
2 sf rui VMgntMHil,k
t 3 P Cures OjfMtT t
Jk . J(TrV2?X"5 for Dr ksWtae m MUM mW
J. E. Smith,
S. C. Bith.
JIED CLOUD, NEB.,
Traniart a g-eneral bankitir busine. buy rmd
ellounty Traranta. alio Oounlr. Precinct nod
Bsbool District uunas. , ..
Negotiate Una mortgages, uy and sell for
eign Exchange. . - tt,t.
-WEpeclal attention giran to collection.
ExriBKirciar-ltt Nat, Baak New York, Oaa-
h Nat. INsuc Omaha.
R. V. Shihey,
Wsbstse con BAR,
BED CLOUD, EB.
Mokey To Loan on Real Estate and
Chattel Mortgage. Buy and sell Ex
change and do a general Banking
Sayer k Atkln.. Banker York: York County
Hank. York. Fanners' k Merchant, Bank.
York: Union National B"v Vu,cr
Mainh Broi.. Moiher J. Co. Lincoln
. ts- &:a..mmi Hanir. i,niuru:
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W. H. STROHM.
"ORSEY AT LAW. .. . ,,., ,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Maybe comulted ia Encluh or German.
Collections will receive prompt attention.
Office: Opposite Boy'a Home
Case 8c McNeny,
A TTOREYS AKD COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Will practice in all the ConrUnf thii Stnjo and
vliK. Knsan Collections a welt as litiara
cd b.nreafully andefficie..tly .tUucedUj.
OfFica:- On Webster Street, one door north
of Garbor' Store,
RED CLCjD. EU.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTORKEY ASD COUNSEWU AT UW.
Office one door north of Kalcy Bros.
B. CIlAWlKT. S.H.TaOBK.
Hawley & Thorpe,
A TTORNkYS COUNSELOBS- AT LAW.
Offiot.: Over Mc Far-land's store.
BED CLOUD, NEB.
Laird & Smith
A TTf BSEYSASACOUNSELORS XT
A llAbTIJCS, -h.NEBR.vM
Will rractio in all the CourU if the State.
rompt attentln given to all businofs entrurtcd
to his care, j aiyi '
C. W. ltiLir.
Red Cloud. Nb.
ATT0RSE1S AT LAW nEAL ESTATZ
Will raetf s in all the Courts in Nebraska,
and northers Kans: col!etion promptly at
tendid to at correiondcnoe (oliciieU.
I ED CMUD. KsbrailJu
Alio. Averts for B. k M. R. B. loads.
j. m. mosENA, m.
Physidan and Surgeon,
jKtD CLOUD. NEB.
Will p.T special aUention to Obstetrics and
diseases or-omen Also aeneral and special
suraery. TJ stases of the Eye and Ear. vaarges
moderate, i umce orer ocorwuuu uwir.
DR. C. SCBENCK,
Trot .i ral
nruio.c'v, ;Aetce near uowies
rnill 1 r 1
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Ur. tl. A. 13AIRD,
J. B. SABIN, Propr,
QUITE ROCK, NEBRASKA.
This Biuse has just been refitted and
uovly furnished throughout.
taOOD S.UIPLE ROOM
for theaccommodation of commercial
fATJIEirS S- HAXXERS.
Shop at door west of Kebtter Coaaty Bank,
j BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
in the hithrst style of the
COME AH) GET Ik CLEAN SHAVE.
Notions; - . "
Wall Pspeiy r
M. L. THOMAS,
3.P. Rousds,' M
icago, and an old
printer, and newt
cced Mr. Defrees
:r man, will suc-
lubltc printer at
We have have
huyeen, of New -J
State; Judge F?g
Sec'y. Treasury; 5
for Sec'y. of
New York, for
frewstor, an cni-
inent lawyer of PI il
lelpbia, for At-
torney-tjrencrai; . t
Inator Howe, of
Wisconsin , for
ing two positions,
'v of War lcav-
of Interior and
Sec'y of Navy, nil 1
he oiu liicum-
bents in. It is ami
that new ap-
ade for these
places, and the li
rurao give ono of tl
n to Sergeant,
of California, and
other to W.
Cl-Jidler, of New Hi
We have at var
Springfield and otht r
n in tne cen-
tral and southern j.o
have stated thatll c
tu of our state,
ntus were fco
d not get to
turn, until la-.t
ruudtlv that farmers o
town. We never J
full force of such no
week. We arc now
lieve any report tha.
area to oe-
ije made in
icitard toiniiu. lr s
sunended. and then i
go on all kinds of Jn.di
Conic to Ncbrak
mud is virtually unki
The Iowa legislatn -cSiill convene
on January 9th, at 1) s Glomes. The
selection of a success rjtf tho Hon.
S. S. Kirkwood as Un taSStates scna-
tor, for the term wl id
and of a
with the present con ;r
senator for the full ft r
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commence with the; 'oi
gress, win oe tne nr nrutni uusi-
ne.3 after the oreaniia idfl of the two
houses It now sccnis kibable that
the Hon. J. W. McDii., sBpoiuted by
Governor Gear to serve until the
legislature jhould elect wUp be chosen
for'the remainder of:l c 'jfrni, with
out opposition, and Air- Sim.". Wilson's
friends claim that he h. s ualk-away
for the full term. This remains to be
seen. Senatorial wnU-apFays don't
always pan out acconliai to eati
niatcs. $? $L
Senator Van Wyo 's resolution
authorizing an invefeli ;atiM of tiio
troubles between the gtilcr and the
St. Jo & Denver nul) 'ay Stom pain-
about land titles, paice.l i
and now Messrs arv
andGroverarc in L5ivoln,inestod
with full power and tlit lorhf to sif:
the whole matter to tl Dotfci. Our
junior Senator will reci o A thanks
of the people for this tun iljMd prac
tical manifestation of s iew' intci
est in the afi'airs. It, i- lgh time
som-3 action w.is bemggi u
i 1L. l- .
government to protect t
upon public lands agi ist
reaching avarice of thiS'
railway corporations. Ti;
again have these que ti1
brought to the notice oft! e
as often have the oorpo a
golden arguments, leu the j
thoritv a willing captive, I:
people son of Sentor Van Wyek t
have a friend as firm arid
the rock of Gibraltar, arifi
con be done to settle these
on a fair and iust basis. lie
e stiit e
We trust that every' case i I
will oe presented along w .
facts. Let us have a fall
ough investigation. Te
know if men, womena
must be turned out of tlicir
lands stripped of the frtnt i
of toil, and sent adrift, fee
without full compete,
because some rich and gr.
poration demands it. &i
men t should protect tlic rk;
citizens at home. If thif
done, then indeed has ouri
a dirty rag. We call Se.
Wyck's attention to tins
rules in the public laatl
There is one law for railway
tes, and another for the au
and the first is so consUVic
ettlcr, as to
defeat the ends of the latter,
way companies file the t
selections. In the first instsn
General Land Office, whilst".
their a tne
must file theirs in the Diirc
This is all wrong. It is tht)
through which has entered h
portion of all the wrongs ip
upon bonafide settlers. TfceJ
be bat one rule in this niae'
Can any one .give a sound f n
granting these corporation s
in the manner of selecfix S
lands not granted to -tip
The settler aroes to the t
Office to get information ri rm
status of land wtthla the Dp
muk tbe nle hkcUi!.
railway 1 1 jwnwiiri n conh
(Ntme rl, , one
?20H OUS OWN COSfiESPOlJSSOT.
"Wasiunoto:.' Jan., 2, l?sl.
Time in its rapid llight hw brought
us again to the Merry Christjnas lime.
.Ml through the year spindlea have
whirled, deft lingers have carved, shipj
have iaild and millions have toiled to
swell the volume of the vorld's gift's
to gladden the hearts of children, and
rejuvinate and soften the aspirations
of struggling and overworked man-
hood. The old and the voung
throughout all Christendom unite in
, , . ,,. ,r-i,
the keeping of this grand f.-tival that
symbolize to us the birth of a Child,
over eighteen centuries ago, who-.e ad-
vent to the world has diffused a broad
. , , . , ,
band of glory all down thtee centuries
irft'-aing and cheering the lives of
cofc as million;,. To-day this Chris-
tian festival has grown into the life of
ViJ ILlhlUi. L1IV Uli ili tyt iUU V.HUU
Jesus has hallowed every cradled in
fant, and the loving Savior's lowly life
lias enwrought a helpful solace in
every sin sick and sorrowing soul.
...a.r'1' .!.....' . .t.Ti. ti r.i. niimi
Chriot is the Father's best rift to his
loving children, thc simmer's d
friend. By the bestowal of our gifts,
we send sunshine into hearts where
sorrow will soon enough come. 'Tis
well to have one day when hearts and
the round world over can
"Hark I the Christmas bells are ringing:
I'rocious gift let all prepare.
Kichsr far than void or jo web.
Gifts of ho! praise ana pr.iyer."
The appointment of the Commit- Judge Porter, of New York, and Mr.
tecs in the Hou.se has left many heart- Davidgc, of Washington who are ex
burnings, as is inevitable. There are peeled to ask $2.r),X0 apie'e. Next
so many patriotic members, ambitious will come the demands of thc official
of distinction, and the places are ho' stenographers, who have made vtr
few, that dispensations and favors do j batim reports of the proceedings ami
not go around. Thc empire state is ill ' furnished the district attorney with
at ease because she has no voice on fifteen copies every morning, for all
the Committee of Commerce. Pen-, of which they will expect from SlU.OOl
nsylvania went in to win the pocketed to $15,(X) About 2iX) iritnc-ws
seven chairmanships. She has three have been summoned, and the wit
members on the Committee of Ways ncss fees will be very heavy, cpei--aud
Means, besides the chairman. On ially those of the twenty-live experts
the whole, the Keystone State holds called for thc prosecution, who will
the best hand in the game, and of receive not only the usual allow m e
couise her representatives are happy, and mileage, but the value they put
There is a great satisfaction among
those that ride, that there i.s a day of
reckoning for thc Ptilman Palace Car
Co., even if it has to be brought about
by our Canadian neighbors. Those
who have been accustomed to pay a
day's rate at a first-class hotel for five
or six hour broken sleep in one of it"
uvui u , -.w hen ortne rcimorce
ment of the claim with great satisfac
tion and will feel that justice may at
hist reach this heartless corporation
which require the public to pay por
ters in fees, what the Company should
pay in salaries.
Cranks seem to lancy thc capital as
their Mecca, and unless they :an be '
stoppeil in making pilgrimages hither,
there is danger of overcrowding our
Insane Asylum ami bankrupting the
Treasury. A check was presented
visjf!lav to the naviiiL'-tt ller. lor shli.-
m. .. -,..-.-. -. , -
000.00 by one ot these peripatetic wan-
derers. It was to be paid out ot the
fund set apart for home for dismantled
Congress, as is usual has adjourned,
and many members have gone back to
carry congragulations and eat turkey
with their constituents. The arduous
. . .
labors oi a congressman mane ii. nee-
esssary tor these vacations ani rcst-s, i on trjal
and it may be a matter of congratula-j explanation undoubtedly re
tion to the county that there is no neves the judge of a portion of the
danger of any unfortunate measures rKponjsU,iitv. for tho sCanda!ous
passing while the members arc enjoy- w ,vhicn for ncarv two monlhs
ing themselves at home. I have llisKraccd his court r0om ami div
The water supply at the capital is a cml;tC(l iu other jand3 our cnUrejudi
snbject that must engage the attention dal 8VS'em gMch in-oIent perform
of Congress, The original supply was ancc; would never be tolerated in a
onlysumcicnt for 6,000 consumer?' ' rt of justice ia anv other conntry.
while thc giowth ol tho city lias in-
crc:isel the number of water takers to
22.000. With the Potomac unused or
utilized, rolling and tumbling through
the mountains of Maryland and Vir
ginia, it seems only necessary for Con
gress to appropriate money sufficient
to turn it-into conduits large enough
to allow water to run every where
in parks, fountains, and
Novelties will never cvase.
latent is two mammoth Incubators now
in operation : this city, with a capaci -
tyof f.O'H) eggs, turning out thou -
samis of orphan chickens without the
aid of mother hen. An old biddy per
mitted to hatch out one chicken, had
her head completely turned by thc
numerous chicks incubated by this
marvelous process; yet, true to hen
hood tried her best to brood the
crowd. A thrhing business is driven.
New hatched chickens are selling at
15 cent, or by the dozen at $1.40.
Republics are not ail ungratettll.
Secretary Kirkwood ha.s just issued
tweuty-seven pieces of Inyunty-land
scrip to the heirs of John Paul Jones,
s Captain in the American Navy, in
appreciative acknowledgement of
brave and meritorious services in con-
nlction k,:th the canture of certain
r.'&fih vs-il nf wur.
Write to Miiler's Great Mercantile
College. Keokuk, Iowa, on the MLbs-
ippi. Jovw-s-eperf jremnen, cnon-
01 liana ieramers. 4-ejvurapn uyiuraujix,
r.il School Teyhers tlioroocbJ-p nttcc.
Don'tfail to -W xs M
A f.ial row occurred in a al. n it
Culbcrtaon on Tuwd.:y niht -f la?;
week which rcnltetl in the death of
,Lit:!e Sem." i well known cow boy of
the range. The saloon keeper, I'll! by
name, natehed for a chanco and shot
him tliro!,gh the head while hU back
Avas turuetl. A lvn hint: matinee was
expected and '.rouKl doubtle? have
followed, had not the idieritl" epeedily
rot the murderer out of the way. The
imcoln Jounvil has the following
Yesterday afternoon, Shentr Jack
Wood, of Hitchcock county, and a Mr.
MrMauigle, a nephew of our towns-
' f ."r , V I f r - f !
IoIg d him in our county jail lor sale j
keiM.nn:. Before ukimr him to ju:l :
the ?heriH' walked about the city wiih
bun and pointed out the many tine
huildinj that had, been .erected the
p.u-t vear. 1 ho prisoner is a tall, ell
,1 mftn alN tl,e lat person in
tlte world who would be taken for a
murderer. He served his country
llrinB thc ebollimi and earn, an
A panv wno came uown on ne
train witFi him informs us that ihe
cowboys were very much excited the
night after the murder and were or
ganizing for thc purpose of taking the
prisoner out of thc hands of the iheriff
ami hang him to the nearest telegraph
pole. Mr. Woods hearing of their in
Dill off to a farm
house and at live
o'clock thc next
moruini; had him on the east-ward
bound train on his wav to Lincoln
The cost of the Guiteau trial is es
timated at Washington all the way
from $100.fXK to $300.0:K). The
largest bills will bo those of the asso
ciate couu-el for the prosecution
upon their servi.es during the dijsi
and even week-, which they
given to the case. Then there
maintenaucce ot too n
of-e.tra baliil's, printitu
tired incidentals. To all
be added, m the now gei.emil.7 accep
ted even: of coinirtiou. tho tpen-cs
of execution, Fui.1 it can .-afeljrsr't' said
that no part of the bid wnlLel paid
more cheerfully by the ivermg
payer than this last item. B-
JllilU VVAi l Ilii UVVll t'IU3fU a
Tml..A r.-LP l.--v lt t,i.., tirkAlililkM
over tne inai oi in; as.i.suit (hhw. .
m explanation of h.. positi5;
suu iii ine at.iM uo.s uiivuk i;
in the case. He declared that Lis
bearance towards the fou
black-guard had been irompted soleljyj
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asslll, III" --T
and m Jg.ny I
veM. M Wil
, uy uiu tiiiruuM iiesify Wi m,; niuii-tii(
f ., ,,ov,.rIiment. wJlo were auxio.issll
that the fullest license should b' -
grauted the prisoner in order mat th0
'experts might study his c.is-e m
court. He added that tiie time in
their opinion had now come when the
assassin must take his chancca lr
, personal safety in thc dock where
arc placed when
Kvpn if . .,.- to .mK. ,hc nr.
tudy thc prison
er's mental condition wjis thc caus
for permitting his liideous antiea :t w
difficult to understand why cek of
his unseemly interruption r,1 abuse
of couusel and wit onl,i not
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have been sufric lo a'c cicirt-.i
aw.,v.,P joints on thc subject. But
....'ihat everv ewert professCa Lim-
publ"s.ejfgtlisncil of the prisoner's sanity
there will be no further excuse for any
The assassin ousht
lo t treatcd exactly as any oUicr
, crjmjnai jn his position,
j Fcaf of hjs Hie seems to be thc only
. mwiv for ti,e hideous boisterous-
ncss of thc foul-mouthetl murderer.
Up to the present time he has been
permitted to sit within the bar, by
the side of his counsel and surround
ed by a guard of armed officers. He
is now placed in the dock in tbe view
of all in the court and subject to crfiry
danger to which an ordinary prisoner
would be exposed. It is believed that
this course will result in restraining
the disgusting antics of Guiteau and
in restorifTg some semblance of order
to the court.
JiKtirn fVv n-otild stanil mCCIi
hitrher in the o-tirsation of the cuun-
try-irheliad taken his present posi-
tion month ago. o sane man be
, lieves that the p-ist eight weeks of in
decency and blackguardism have leen
: ucccssarj in the interosis of either
justice or science. Bat.
7 fir C?Tlt 20T1 PTT ffl Lnan !
- er wea. JtOHBJ 0 ItO&Il I
.noncy io prove up wim on nnai re-
itujuv, ur vr. uctueti lacaai t per it;au,
and: 1-62 per cent. commEsion, cr at
atraight 9 par cent, no camnisuon.
i LATEST NEWS
The Best and Largest Stock
nn a& fm ma m mi sn :
Ever brought to Red Cloud,
Selected by and BOUGHT for CASH by
Will be graciouslarcelcd out for an equal
amount of LYLCjJ&Z TEKDKR, in quantities
to be namedy thc purchaser, without regard
RACE, gCLOIt, RELIGION,
Af PERFECT" FIT !
Ajid Satisfaction Guarantccdi in everv
stance. This is thc Grandest Opportunity ever
offered to clothe yourselves and chikircn without
r You can always find
ing tor at
Who h-avc clothed more men and kVojrs,
Valley all because
years, than any other parties in the Republican
OQfe foi: cash and sellintr for cash, to the great
bnnfnrif of m'prv rnsfnmrr Ml.VF.R tTS- y
tsi 1-. rs.T ,-,r,- VTT T VT 1
V . . fcZ., w
ArjSJLioisiN i iiu,
-t l it i .
kpiio most corudcte ever brought to
.ccted with erettparn - S "xl
FR THE LEAST MOlVlrs -
ARE PARTICULARLY DESIRABLE,
need Jo be cen to be appreciaUd. Oar stock of
hs' and Citiklren's Suits
every Department, offering attractiom that are ddow ttn
fit S0ITS FOR CfllLDREM
Shou'd Itr scnSR
Our stck of
ii i-ra 1
ii- v i
are Cheap this Year
And in Gloves and Mit
1, second to
'" We aUo ofler for
insperiion and for
sal tl LAKGEaT
and rocnt COMPLETE
Stock of MEN BOOTs and LADIES
BulTalo Calf -td Kip Boots, FULL LINL 'Full arfortment of RUBBER
and OIL COTS, Lsggirw and Cap. TACtrand NO -HUMBUG
AH Our Businass on the Square Plan,
LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES!
We do not seek to rmwrV car bu?ineM bv B1X) but lake preure is re
ferrinr to our 3IAN Y THOUSAND PATRONS of th psi, I1ae remaiber,
we are the
Only Exclusive CtmiMiH0 mnd Dry
u Good Store in itett Cloud
X. . .. .......
frcpecMul! mrije your laifiecuoor and
IK)LITIC8, AGE. SIZE OK SEX
iust what you are look-
happy in thc feast
business: buvinrr Vhcir
r m .- mm m.- mym r i
1 t -4
out doing Dusincss uin
RED CLOUD comprising
BY AN AND WOMAN.
,1tW i t -
"driving ouf cutomr the mtt
JJXiOiand LATEST STYLES.
and Dress Suits
- iarMC ciuas
or Men Youth an4 Cfeiklren, k nmpljr
Immcnie. All tbr Latest a4 NobWjT
noae. and tsMttwrwund in Cities-
SHOES. cct sliown m Rrd Ckwd,
urtam20iatf sO- A ac. ire
mmws M A. r '
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