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Upon 8ppl5r:ttlon nt any vtatlon on this road,
kitcnti" ur' alo prepared to check IjAjrgago
klirouKh: go nil inlornaiion jh to ulw,
routrc. lime. conncliun. etc ana to ccurn
lcciinc car accoiLinodutlonJ.
iTLi company is mcHKod on nn extension
wlilcli will open a
KEW LINE TO DENVER
ami all points in Colorado. This ex-
teiiMcn ll til comnicteu aim n-mn
for busine.-s in a; few month, ami the
nuhlic ran then onioy all the advanta
ge of a, through lino between Denver
uul Chicago, all tunlcr one manage-
P. S. EUSTIS,
Timws ,fc HAXXE11S,
Kboii Utdoor weitof Wob'tcr County Bank,
UKO CLOUD, NKHRASICA.
in the highest tyle of the
COM E AND GET A CLEAN SHAVE.
OMKiKt uiorw IeMcltrtB flm salnntM than any
tther Uoll !"" ta a dwr. Ti- oqIt Klctro-MDlo
l DM) iki intldaa tob rarct.lf lelt,and reTWrt.
chanMlaail lacraawd Ull U trort n cannot
tod and lnltAte Ik Ha eWtroUwi nnJ condncllna
lUmd for aeit tiMitmoDtln vomplalnta suaeil abovo.
MDICAL USES OF ELECTRICITY
a IlltiaanlTnpMn Uk. contalalns tall dnxriptloa
c4 M pad IMmom wUa dlncttoua tor elcctr col ue-
Tlcctro-fauadic BELT CO.,
itt A Hi CkeaUct SU, BT. LOUIS, 10.
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Nerer Fallatn Kctoro lire; or FuOod llalr
fi.i lm tK I.M..I f i.tULnu. ft, . t.t 1 1 1 ltr llMlrrrr ftod
Clawar. Bacaa, Mandrake. btiUlaia and
umy af ine best medicines Lnorn are uere cow
bincitintoamHif "--r such vrml arxleQcctrrt
Mwers, at to nuVc the Greatest Kood Purine: &tlie
M Mtini ca dffcsgiw nntarer &Tcr aa.
Itcures Dr!pda, Rhwimatttm, Mecples'peiS,
allcUseascsc the Stomach, Itowxls 1js, lir.
Kidneys, and all Fenuwc Comnlainti.
'Ifyonaretrastirj away vita ConwrrnrtUan ce
any dicase, toe the Tonic tJKlay. Itwilsurcly
hclsvoa. Kemeraberl ithfarsunetiortoLhtCTX,
EsKecesef Giur aadot'icr Tm-ic. as itbiuMs
ilmim without latoxiorini;. cl aivljl
ires, atill dealers in dras. JCone centime without
JsnstureofllfCCX&CoN Y. bend tor circular
XjjtttX sivta in Btrrtxa tiu: dollar bkk.
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R. A. SIMPSON.
Attorney at Law.
Blue Hill Bank.
SIMPSON & SWEEZY,
BLUE HILL, WEBSTER CO., NEB.
A General Btmklnjc Bolnei Trancted.
Epecial Care siren to CoIIertioaf. farm
Loans at Low Katea. ehol UonJi
taafbt and Hold
Konntzo Brothri Hanker. New York City;
Bank. Owaha Xabraika.
S. C. 8itr.
RED CLOUD, NKB.,
TrviMet a funeral bankinc buintt. bay nd
n county warranu. aUo County, Precinct and
Hthool DiUrict Boadf.
NcsotUte Isrm aortcMet , bmy ui tail For
eirn Kxcbinge. . ,
rpecial attention glrcn ta collaetioaa.
RKrRaxnccKr-litKat. Bask New York. Oma
ha Nat. Bank, Omaha,
SMITH BROS. v
B. V. SmnET
Win GQom Bin,
BED CLOUD, NEB.
Mosri To I).s on Keal Estate. Hny
and ll Exehangc and do a general
Dan kin" biiino-.
rer Atklnii. PanVr-n. York: York Connty
liank. York. Fanners' Je Merchants' Bank,
York; Union National Dank, Chiciico;
Manh l!ro.. Mother A Co. Lincoln.
W. H. STROHM.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
KED CLOUD, - NEBRA8KA.
Maybe- conrultcd in nnslifb or Oeratai.
Collcctioni will receive prompt attention.
Office: Opposite Boy's Homo
0. C. Cask. Jib. McN'kJT.
Case & McNeny,
A TTORNEYS AND COt'NHELORS AT LAW.
Will practice in all the Court of this Ktata afld
Northern Kanrai. Collecti'int ai well a litiga
tcd bolno rari-lully nnJ cfiirieutly attenJe4l.
Oinco On Webster Street, one door aorta
of liarber's Store,
i:ei ri.oun, nf.ii.
J. S. GILHANf,
A ttoi:ni:y and counselor at law.
Office one thtor north of JCalry Brn.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
fi, C. Hattlkt.
Hawley & Thorpe,
A TTORNKYS K COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Office: Over Me Farlaml'.s store.
LSD CLOUD, X53.
Laird & Smith,
attorneys and counselors at law.
Hastings, - Nehraska.
Will rrnctii-o in all the Courts of tho State.
rrompt attention gicn to all burineM entru'icd
to hi cure. julyl-i
J. L. Kalkt,
C. W. ivAtT.
ItcJ Cloud. Neb.
A TTOUNEYS AT LAW A R-EAL ESTATX
Will practice tn all tho IVurtt tn NchruVa
anil northern Knna collection iriintUy at
tended to and corrcmmdencc solicited.
SD CLOUD, Nebraska, -
Also. ArcMs for B. I M. It. B. Laad.
J. M. Mossxt. L. D- Dkkxbt.
M OS EN A & DENNEY,
Physicians and Surgeons,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will pny ieclil attention to Obtetrlc and
direare of women AUo Kncrl and ,J.I,ctal
iurecry. Duofe of the Kye ana bar. t-nargc
oucraie. uuico over ougmoou --v4.
Physician & Surgeon,
Professional calls promptly attended.
Offick At reidence near Cowles. S-51
Dr. H. A. Baird,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
R. DAf F.RELL, III. D.
Office: Over J. W. ShifwooU'j
Store, Red Cloud, XErR.5KA.
RED CIaOUD, KER
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Fowls aad Terytb.h)t ia tka lis tkat the mat
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'Eternal flgitance is
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA. THURSDAY.
THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 18S2.
The Republican State Central Com-
mittccM called to meet at Lincoln on
the Otn ot j my.
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The Nebraska Editorial Aesociation
lcav for Denver Salt Lake National
mic and other piaca oi iniercsi on
the 13th of next month.
Ex-Sf.natou Paddock has at last
succeeded in securing a govcniraent
appointment. He has been put on
the Utah commission.
After July firut the B. & M. will
run regular through passenger trains j
to ienver every uay, auntiaje, ihcih-
ded. After July 15th, excursion Uck -
, 1 U I i 1.. .
CIS goou tor au miminer m uu sum
greatly reduced rates.
The latest census bulletin issued
from Washington gives the following
concerning Nebraska : "She has
452,402 persons; 76,035 square miles
'of area; 89,135 families; 85,848;
dwelling ; 5.94 persons to the square
mile ; 107.78 acres to tho person ;
037.02 acres to the family; 5.27 per
sons to the dwelling and 5.08 persons
to a familv.
A gentleman from Tari!, Texas,
gives the partieulars of a strange and
thrilling event connected with the
recent storm which visited that place.
White the cyclono was passing north
ofthrulacc the air seemed impregna
ted with electricity. The lightning
desfceiwMd like an avalanche of de
struction, doing great damage. Trees,
houses and persons were destroyed by
it. Wallace Hill, a young man, was
on his v,-iy to the city in a wagon,
and when ho reached tho suburbs the
storm wa at its height. Suddenly a
bolt of lightning fell from the clouds
above upvn him. He was instantly
killed. Portions of his clothing wero
"tripped from the body. But the
strangest phenomenon was the fact
that a branch of a tree under which he
had taken shelter was photographed
across his breast in livid red. The
Atork was perfectly done, the branch
of the tree showing distinctly, and the
shape and delicate veins in tho leaves
being plainly visible. The. freak has
occasioned considerable commont in
the neighborhood. Kjc.
The Fato of Desperadoes.
As illustrative )f the .oil-made state
ment that thoc vho prey upon socio
ty become victim ,of society, we print
the following fro:u the Indianopolis
"It is by no mcais uninteresting to
read the fate of th members of the
James gang of oillaws who, for a
number of years pist, havo made it
exceedingly dangcrevs to travel west
of the Mississippi ri.r or to conduct
a banking business tnywhero in the
far west- outside of irgc cities. We
have tho record of twenty-nine of the
gang, coming down to the killing of
Jesse James. '
JefTHite 25 ycari in penitentiary
John Younger , killed
BudMcDanicl 4 killed
Tom McDaniel .............killed
Billy Barry i.M killed
Joe Collins ..i...... .....killed
Bill Hen ren. M...M killed
Arkansas Johnson ...-.,. -killed
Harry Collins killed
Billy Collins .MM. killed
Bill Caldwell .-killed
Charlie Pitts. killed
Cid Miller skilled
Jesse James , killed
Pipes 99 years in penitentiary
Herndon...99 years in penitentiary
Jack Keenc....34 years in penitentiary
Tucker.. ..25 years in penitentiary
Bashnn....25 years in penitentiary
Billy Ryan 25 years in penitentiary
Frank James .wounded
Four are on trial and will be sent to
prison cr to tho scaffold. Only one of
tho gang so far, Arthur McCoy, has
died a natural death.
IThw BIsvV at th Rata f Sixtv-Six
I aan-as far Haur.
St. Locis, June 17. The severest
storm that has visicd this region in a
very long time passed over tho city
Iflwccn 12 and 1 o'clock this morn
ing. The wind attained a veTtieity of
sixty-six miles an hour, and did Very
gra,raggregate damage, but so far as
nor known no injury of magnitude
occurred! Trees' and fences were'
prtBtratod in all sections of the city ;
shutters, signs-; chimneys, Ac, were
clown down; and general havoc
among srftall things prevails. Very
heavy rain accompanied the" -wind,
d streets; sewers and cellars' in
Buqjr pirts" cfthe cU were flooded.'
Several steamers at tfc wharf Itiit
eVcaitrmgys or had soe part of
eir upper works carried away, aas
"Ses.and small crafts -were banged
aboutra good deal: lEvery telegraph
M. L. THOU AS, ... EDITOR.
the piice of liberty;9 and
Jine in the dK-wss prortrattd, 4id at
tliU writing cornmnnication i$ re
ceived to only a very few point. A
good deal of plate gla w broken in
the btwinnM portion, and a preat
many windows of rclidcncc were
The f tcamv Bine Lodge, tho prop
erty of Matponald Bros., lumber
dealers, La roc, Wii., valued at
110,000, was cnk at Pittaburg dike on
the Illinois store, and a total Io?4
with no in?rance. The steamboat
chftn,pion y 9 property of CapU
Woolw.inl, w ennk at the Gartidc
dump, Eaut St Luou, and in also a
toMl v-ed al mm mx
. mA AnnJe p g,,
eutaincd damage rwpectively $1,000
and 1,500. Tho Charles Chateau kwt
her boom. The Grand Pacific, one of
the St. Paul Packet line is injured
$100. Tho City of Helena lost both
The total loss on everything by the
storm in ovcry $250,000. The storm
Hccms to have been mote evere in
Rl8t gL jMlU lhsi 0 thij fiidc of the
.r Xeftr,y all the southern part of
w-yfi,., towtl waH Hoolwl with watr. and
porno fifty houses occupied by poor
families were more or lew injured,
ami hcveral blown down entirely or
out of shape.
Washington June. 10, 1882.
Mir. Ei. The action of General
ltauin, as the head of the Internal
Revenue Bureau, in relation to the
passage of the bill to extend tho ware
hoiifing period of distilled spirits, has
been very severely criticised. It has
been long known that the Commis
sioner has been ambitious for senator
ial honors, and it is whispered that
the distilling interests in Illinois may
possibly be a powerful ally in helping
him reach the long-desired goal. It is
disgrace enough for this Government
to ftwtcr a system of revenue which is
directly at war with the efforts now
being made by many States, to sup
press the salo of spirits, without be
coming the banker for the distillers,
to the extent of 50,000,000, as is pro
posed by the bill now pending in
The Patent Office issued yesterday
412 regular patent 11 designs, 6 re-issues,
15 certificates of registration of
trade-marks, and 7 cctrificates of reg
istration of labels, the government re
ceipts from which, were $15,002. This
is the largest weekly issue of patents
ever issued by the office. This large
increase in the business of the office,
is strong evidence of the rapid gronth
of tho material interest of the country.
The Commissioner has issued an itn-'
porfant decision which changes the
practice of admUsion of new matter
into pending applications. The decis
ion suites that "under rule 47 an ap
plicant may introduce into his appli
cation by amendment a part of the
invention originally mado which was
not incorporated into the application
either as a part of tho specification or
claim. Tho applicant must swear
that tho matter which he desires to
introduce into his applications and
make a part thereof, was a part of his
This city is drawing to it not only
living heroes and statesmen but dead
ones. A very strong movement had
been worked up in favor of the romov
al of the remains of Thomas Jefferson,
from Monticcllo to Glcnwood Ceme
tery in this city. The attorney of the"
Randolph heirs has written a letter in'
the managers of the cemetery, stating
that under no circumstances will tho
heirs permit the remains to be re
moved from their present resting
place. Peace to the ashes of the hon
ored "Virgin in statesman.
The city is just now invaded by
more than three hundred quill driven
from th'e Keystone State, and a more
dignified body of men have rarely
been seen here at the Capita). On
their arrival, travel stains wero re
moved, Mid after a sumptuous
drrmer was discussed at the Natibnal
arftl Metropolitan Hotels, these
knights of the pen raid paste, with
their beautiful ladies' Scattered over
the city, doing the "lions'' and calling:
tfpon old friends. A leading feature
of their program was an evening re
ception at the Presidential Mansion,
arranged and planned, by Senator
CanYtron. Shortly before nine" o'clock
these editor, disregarding the conven
tionalities of the Capital, began to
make rYt apprcsch to fhe White
House, by 6innibusse$, street cars,
"night-liners," Herdics on foot, and
soon the erecof the great "east room'
and the parlors wero filled with an
array of Client, wealth4 and' beauty
rarely seeh'within these liStoric walla.
President Arthur aboordtJd them a
most generous reccptiofcf and" these
members of the1 press, tfri'ilher' stal
wart orfcJdf breed for a time struck a
t&ce' with the Executive and shook
hands oVer tiii bloody cSaim: The
chief niiigk'trate'KsaV &? w a"
& smile fbr everyone a they paawi
and his ifarm and genfcrooe"hadihake
won hWrhS contfcndation of all,
particularly the ladies and children,
yith which th line" wasf well sane
wSched. One litUs? tttSy7 ?" with
faceali'jflow wit!is"mnes waV tafff
noeorea oj we rrcciacni using imt m
$1M0 a year iVr the price
reminkence of the war wan revived
by the visit of this company of editors.
If. J. Strthle, the old and jolly ditor
of the" Gettysburg Qfiap&r, walked
into the office of the genial Comtui-
I aioncr of Pensions, W. W. Dudley, ac
companied by two young ladies, hit
daughters. Nineteen years ago Colo
nel Dudley loot his leg at Gettysburg,
and was tender! v and carcfullv nursed
at inc home of Mr. Stable, near the
battle field, bj- his good wife, who has
since passed away. One of the two
daughters had not tecn born when
Colonel Ifttdlcy met with the disaster,
while the other was a little toddlinc
child tfho afterward enjoyed herself
climbing around the limbless iorm of
the wounded soldier.
It U thought that Secretary Folgcr's
order prohibiting clerks from smoking
in the Treasury during bu-inew
hours, will not diminish the revenue
sufficient to seriously cmbarraM the
Government. The Secretary certainly
has done a good thing for tho race.
The practice had lccouie so general
and the offices were so fumigated with
tobacco as to givo a sort of smoked
ham appearance to the fares of elerk.
To pinoke at all is bad enough, but to
compel lady clerks to sit in rooms
where half a dozen half-breeds are
puffing their vile cigaretts is simply
barbarous. Darwin is dead but the
doctrine of evolution in some form
still lives, and who is wine enough to
tell what is to be the future of this
race of American smokers.
A stiff breexo was created in the
House over the deficiency bill of the
expenses of the Yorktown celebration.
It was claimed by the advocates of the
measure appropriating 32,328.00 to
meet this deficiency, that it was just,
proper and right, and that the expen
ses were all very legitimate. There
were those who asserted that the
costly viands and the display of non
sense was outrageous and that the
people had a right to demand the
items and particulars. This brought
out a bill for wine kc, used in the en
tertainment of the guests on that occa
sion. Tho total amount of the bill i
10,520 including an item of 130 caves
of champagne, $3,900; one of 68 gal
lons of whiskey, one of 22 dozen cher
ry, 15 gallons (1830) handy, and $250
worth of cigars. The nation was twice
disgraced hist year, and Congress has
presented tho pitable sight of provi
ding for payment of bills of wines Ac,
used by the funeral escort of the la
mented Garfield, and the celebration
of a great fact in our National history
at Yorktown. Both of these, to our
shame let it be said, were little better
than a sat urn alia n revel. Standing in
the shadow of all the trials of the last
twenty years, through which God has
brought the Nation safely, we seem
still ready to insult him by wasting
our substance in drunkeness, revelry
and riotous living.
The victory for tho Republicans, in
Oregon, is a source of great satisfac
tion. California will respond to Ore
gon, and send a delegation of five Re
publicans to the House, out of the six
to which she is entitled under the new
apportionment. Wilmington, Del.,
sends greetings in a Republican tri
umph. For a time whereof tho mem
ory of man runneth not to tho
contrary, that ancient burgh has been
ruled by the Bourbon Democracy.
The cloud is lifting. Piiaks.
A ValuUt Aiiitfo.
Became it is beneficial to the scalp
tih'd adds to personal beauty by re
storing color and lu-tro to gray or
faded hair, is why Parker's Hair Bal
sam is such a popular dressing.
Wkat iTtryaody Wants.
Ia a reliable medicine that never
docs any harm and that prevents and
cures disease by keeping the stomach
in order, tho bowels regular, jftljr the
kidneys and liver active. Such a"
medicine is Parker's Ginger Tonic
It relieves every casej and has cured
thonands. Sec other column. Trib
Tocti m Iuiruniti Huit
T. P. MOOD,
KED CLOUD, NEB.
All work neatl and cKl done
to order. .
fi Satkaaii m OLD Q0I9 ami S2.TH.
Opposite Chicago Lumber Yard".
j. K. AULTZ,
Pure Ap Cideralways ch Tap.
aam.. a "
CiiaaH'j'aeoJace boaght and sold.
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JUNE, 32, 1SS2.
Having a large Stock that they wish
to reduce, offer the following
Bargains for CASH for the
next thirty days.
6 pounds Arbucklc's
2b papers Church's Soda
7 cans 3 lbs Tomatoes, (Standard.)
Blue Berries -
" 2 " Peach
Cove Oysters (Standard.)
lbs Baking Powder (Warranted.) 1. 00
" Lewis Lye
Boxes Axle Grease
Fifteen boxes Yeast Cakes (Standard.)
Sixteen papers one-fourth lb Sage
Sixteen papers " lb Hops
Twenty bottles Liquid Blueing
Ten bottles Sewing Machine Oil
Ten bottle French Mustard
Eight Bottles Horse Radish
Ten papers Silver Gloss Starch
Ten papers Corn Starch - -
Twenty bars Climax Soap
Eighteen bars White Russian Soap -Twenty-four
bars Capital Soap
One gallon Apples
Three lbs California
Rock Salt, - - two seventy-five
TWELVE PAPERS O. 8. TOBACCO FOR
TEN " MKRHHt'M TOBACCO "
TEN rOtJNDS DRIED HERRING
e are alo tho exclusive Atrcnti
Ten from SO to SO ct. per potitd. it
not le duplicated for tho smno money.
T&a Abe7t Qtat:t are Select to ta flvxaUrcs cf ti Xttktt.
Ml CUBS FOR 9!.Bf
Jfenafaetar4 aad fur tale by M S. BatlarJ.
RED CLOUD NKBHASKA.
A raol ntntWmg aaair drink, varraatad
rtly Tractable. Hawplt hitl oa trial.
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for tho celebrated Pan
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