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U8 CLOTO, KIII1SX4,
M, I THOMAS.
"Eternal Vijfrfattce is the price of Liberty ," and $1J0 ayear is the price of tho Red Cloud Chief.
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$1.60 1 year if jiii ii Atrtzes.
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. JUNK. 22, ISS2.
i .- 1
ALWAYS TAKK TUB
xatninc map ml time tabic carefully. It
be t'ca that this lice connreta with C.
JJ. A l. Jl K ; In Ict they are
under onn inanturemcnt,
and ukrn tofftthcr
form what if
HumTDjr and wick ran link to
Chicago. Mt. lyoiiiw, PcoriH,
1)13 M()INK, JWK'K ISLAND.
And UtitcUWr to "11 Point
Iowa, Wisconsin, Indiana,
Illinois, Michigan, Ohio.
I'UINC'Il' 1. AOVANTAttra AUK
U'llrough Ci:iche from Nebraska to
Dotin-ition on C. B. fc (J. It. II.
So trainfen; oli.injK from
C. B. fc K. K. to coni.ect-
tiifl lines nil nni'lu in
Upon kjnl!cnlinn at any ttati-iti on the road.
Agent urr alo prepared to cherk KrKf)
throui.li: cim nil it-li-r:natioii an to rtw.
r.-utr, titn. crtnnticn. -tc, an J to rccurn
tileci-iuc car accOiMiiodatlon.
company 5 encxco-l on nn
which will open a
NEW LINE TO DENVER
and nil points in Colorado. This ex
tension will In complete! and ready
for busincj-." in n few months, and the
pnhlie. enn then enjoy all the advanta
ges of a through lino between Denver
untl Ohiejyo, Jill nmler one inannKC
incut. P. S. EUSTIS,
MA THEWS C- HA XXFMS.
t'aop Utdnur wejtof WoWcr County Hank.
RED CLUUI). NKHRASICA.
8 1 1 XX ISii, S 1 IA M J 'OOJ XG,
in the highest htyle of tltu
COME A XI) GET A CLEAN SHAVE.
ELECT RO-ttl AC METIC
TSAUB 3JK MASK.
Qearefttai more lertrtclty tn fire tnlnat 1hn any
lUusr iWl done la dT. J2je onlr ElectrevMiisnMlo
t mw m intld aa to b wreolr tlt. and reTn.-vd.
riunjsad mad locnnmd till Uie etroi&Mt mn cnanol
feioldTt. No nebd comes lu ranUit with thclo to ear
rode and lrrltt Ik Ku eievtrodM nJ niaoUng
cord tor arUloa elrcUlrlty to aur lrt of thj body.
IjotJithmI tor ett trrulaiKut In complaints Biitnrd above.
A ctmla TQktorer of bealtn and nsor.
MEDICAL USES OF ELECTRICITY
Mi Ittoeireted TO pairo toik. cootaltdoa toil drocrlptloa
ct IMt and IMmcms with dlnctlous tor dectrxal ueaU
BLEGTRO-FARADIO BELT CO.,
SIX A Sit CfeefttftCl M.. bi. LUUUg "
FtUfi tb M.t fitk!km u k iftin 1 1 U flnunr anJ I
fM.n. A Juurl fr IU rlfaltuu aa4 rirraBt tvtfn.
Keeer Fatlato Ue'toro t.reyor CaJod Hair
(ilgr. Bark, Mandrake, btilllnta and
pU(iy o tnO L1 IT1CUICU1C& KKtnvii iv hue vvnt
Itnloaiacttiaitcul iiicti vaneu anacirccirro
MWcrs,aitOBUkxine Viieaiesi iucvu nninciKuic
M HWIB em oircagra netirer .w no.
It cure Drpcj, Rheimaim, -"Iclscesi,
alldiseasescf tbe Stomach, ltwd Ixas, liver,
Kidneys, and all lerwiie Comnlamti.
If vwi are vastin; auray wiih ConwsiTiTtion or
any incase, use the Tonic ts-day. it n J jurdy
Esaeacescf Ciuyrr andot'ier Tar.ics, as itixokls
Mthertc3iwt)Kuit iHttuLtonn;;. 5od ard Jt
cnatureofl!rccx:CiO Y. te-.tUoTCrcu!a
..miirnin iv ntrvrvn Tire Tx-UJ.H flVL.
lirr"- " " "" -" - -
WINE w TAR
CUKES THOUSANDS TKAJU.Y.
A POSITIVE CwM
cvres Dysaepaa; I
rRMttfts the Appeutt; I
encthest the bystem;
Rwtwrs th Wtk
A trial of it will rror all I
we lim.Akk TiTjr drurnet I
fer VcwCTMllla Wtel
r Tmri vsj bo cunt.
8.1 ut txU OBm Cnwa AO.I
R. A. SIMPSON'
Blue Hill Bank.
SIMPSON & SWEEZY,
BLUE HILL, WEBSTER CO., NEB.
A General Rinking Ea!nes Tnncli.
EpecUl Care clrert to Collection. Fans
Loaci at Low Kate. --hooI Bosli
JJomht and Hold
Koantze BroOVn lUnken. New York City;
Bank. Omaha Nfbrwka.
J. E. Smith,
8. C. Sutra.
Prea't lit Nat.
xed ct.ovv, am,
Tnnttcta general banking builntei. btf wni
fell county warrant. aUo County. Precl&ct and
Hehool Ditrict Uonlf.
NcKotUto (arm ortctej. by tad mi For
eign Kxehnnze. k
-p:it attention circn to coIlMtioai.
RtriRijiccxr-lit Nat. Bank New York. Oma
ha Nat. Bank, Omaha.
L. P. Ai.muoiiT,
B. V. BinnEv
Wsra Goum Bii:
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Mokky To Loan- on Heal Estate. Buy
and fe'U Exrlumgc and do u general
Sayer Atkln. BanVe-. York? York County
Itank. York. Fanner Jc Merchant' Bank,
Yorki Union National Bank, Chicaco;
ilunh Isru.. Morher A Co. Lincoln.
W. H. STROHM.
A TTOUXBY AT LAW.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRA8KA.
May bo comulled in Inlib or Qerau.
Collections will receive prompt attention.
Ofkick: Oppoite BoyV Homo
0. C. Ct&K.
J as. McNkJiT.
Case & McNeny,
TTORNEYS AND CO-.V.ELolW AT LAW.
Will practice in all the Court of this State atd
Northern KaiiF.n. Collectinnii af well aa litii
tcd linlno rarctully and cilirienlly attended to.
Ornca:- On Webtter Strsrt, one door north
of (Jarber'e Store,
i:ki ci.oui), neii.
J. S. GILHAM,
ATTOnSEY AND rOt'NSEI.OIt AT LAW.
Office oc door vorih of Kalnj Ilro.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
E, C. Hawlt. N. ". Tiiosri.
Havvley & Thorpe,
A TTORNKYS A COn.NSEI.OIt.S AT LAW.
Okiick: Over Me Finland's store.
hzd cloud, ks3.
Laird & Smith,
A TTOltNEYS AM COUNSEIOIlt; AT I.A'.V.
" llASTIMSS, - NlMUtASKA.
Will practice in all the Court or the State.
Prompt attention gn cn"to all buidneM entrusted
to hi cure, juiyl-7
C. W. ivalrt.
Ilcd Cloud. Neb.
A TTOltNEYS AT LAW A IlEAL ESTAT2
Will pracMre in nil tho (Viirti in Ncbnska
and northern Knnn collection tirotnptly at
tended to and correspondence folicitol.
BED CLOUD, Kcbr&slcft.
Also. Accnts for B. A M. It. B. Lands.
J. M. Moais. L. D. Dkxkvt.
M OS EN A & DENNEY,
Physicians and Surgeons,
jlED CLOUD, NEB.
Will pRy cpectal attention to Obtctrlci and
direiveK of women Also pencral and sie'al
mrecry. Die.e. of the Kyo and Ear. t'harfc
moderate. Office ocr Shorwood'a Store.
Physician & Surgeon,
Profes.tonal calls promptly attcndcl.
Office: At reidence near Cowles. S-51
Dr. H. A. Baird,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
It.' DAMRREIX, HI. D.
Oitice.- Over J. W. ShcfftooU'
Store, Itvs) Cloud, Nehraska.
RED CLOUD, NER
Ta ebcieet of Fmk awta. Saar
Fowl and ererytbrnf in tae liaa Uat the mw
k et afford, always oa kani.
WSkep two 4m otk of MMHr dnu rtor
M. L. THOMAS,
THURSDAY, JVST.22, I8S2.
The Republican Stale Cc'ntfal Com
mittee i called to meet at Lincoln on
theCth of July.
The Xcbr.vfca Editorial Aiyociation
leaven for Denver, Sjtlt Lake, National
Park and other places of intercut on
the 18th of next mouth.
Ex-Senator Paddock ha at last
ucccetled in ecuring a government
appointment. He has been put on
the Utah commiwion.
After July llrat the B. k. 31. will
run reirular throueh pa6enj;cr trains
to Denver every day, Sundays, inclu
ded. After July 15th, excursion tick
ets good for all mimmcr will be sold at
greatly reduced rates.
The latest census bulletin tailed
from Washington gives the following
concerning Nebraska : "She has
452,402 persons; 76,035 square miles
of area; 89,135 families; 83.&4S;
dwelling ; 5.94 persons to the square
mile; 107.78 acres to tho person;
517-0- acres to the family; 5.27 per
sons to the dwelling and 5-08 persons
to a faniilv.
A gentleman from Pari, Texas,
Kvoi the particular! of a strange and
thrillitiK event connected with the
recent storm which visited that place.
White tho cyclone was passing north
of tilt-place the air seemed impregna
ted wttjb electricity. The lightning
descended like an avalanche of de
struction, doing great damage. Trees,
houes imd persons were destroyed by
it, WaiJace Hill, a young man, wjis
on his w-ty to the city in ji wagon,
and when ho reached the suburbs the
storm was at ita height. Suddenly a
bolt of lightning fell from tho clouds
above tipvn him. He was instantly
killed. Portions of his clothing were
-tripped from . the body. But the
strangest phenomenon was the fjtct
that a branch of a tree under which he
had taken shelter was photographed
across his breast in livid red. The
work was perfectly done, the branch
of the tree shewing distinctly, and the
shape and delirnte veins in tho leaves
being plainly n?ihlc. The freak has
occasioned considerable comment in
the ncighborhot.l. Ex.
The Fate of Desperadoes.
As illustrative if the .oft-made state
ment that thoe vlio prey upon socio
ty become victiinjinf society, we print
tho following froh the Indianopolis
"It is by no meais uninteresting to
read the fale of thi members of the
James gang of oiilaws who, for a
number of years pist, have- made it
exceedingly dangemis to travel west
of the Mississippi rivr or to conduct
a banking business anywhere in the
far west outsido of Wgc cities. We
have the record of twenty-nine of the
gang, coming down to the killing of
' " -tillOew , klllCd
JefTHite 25 yearin penitentiary
John Younger 1 killed
Tom 3IcDaniel L..- killed
Billy Barry !. killed
Joe Collins killed
Bill Hcnren killed
Arkansas Johnson killed
.ini x)iis. Killed
Harry Collins killed
Billy Collins .... ...killed
Bill Caldwell M killed
.iiariie x itts.......................... Killed
('id Miller ..- ..killed
Jesse James ,.... killed
Pipes 99 years in penitentiary
Herndon...99 years in penitentiary
Jack Kcenc....34 years in penitentiary
Tucker....25 years in penitentiary
Bashan....25 years in penitentiary
Biily Ryan.. ...25 years in penitentiary
Frank James - wounded
Four arc on trijtl and will be sent to
prison ct to tho scaffold. Only one of
the gang so" far, Arthur 3IcCoy, has
died a natural death.
Blow at ths Rats 1 Sixty-Six
fttfvs Psr Hsur.
St. Locis, June 17. The severest
iorm that has visited this region in a
Tory long time passed over tho city
'etween 12 and 1 o'clock" this nioru
'ng. The wind attained a velocity of
sixty-six miles an honr, and did tery
ftaraggregate damage, but so far as
now known no rnjnry of magnitude
occurred. Treia"1 and fences were
( pfotrated in all section of the city ;
sttuttcrs, signs; chimneys, Jcci, were
tlown down; and general havoc
nc1ig smkll things prevails. Very
eavy rain accompnied; the" Wind,
il'ad streets, sewers and cellar in
fnr parts ci the citv were tfooded.
Several steamers at thf wharf liSt
Vchtmneys or had some part of'wtehed. One littlt trhy sprite with
eir upper works carried away, aad
kcsjmd small crafts were banged
stit-a good-deal: Every telegraph
line in the city was prostrated, and at
thin writing communication it re
ceived to only a very few point. A
jfjood deal of plate j1am m broken in
the bufinem portion, and a great
many window of residence were
The tcamr Blue Lodge, tho prop-
rir of MictVmitld !trf. lnmK'r
jtlcalers, La Cro-c, Yii., valued at
110,000, was fqnk at Pituburg dike on
the Illinois slbre. and U a total Iom
with no in.? ranee. Tltc SteamboHt
Champion Ne. y, property of Capt,
Woodward, vm sunk at the (iarLetdc
dump. Ea!t St Luol. and in alo a
total lo?j. VnJued at tI0,C00; fully
injured. Capi Dnnn Silver's btiat,
.Bright Light and Annie P. Silver?,
sustained damage respectively $1,000
and 1,500. Tltc Charles Chateau Iot
her boom. The Grand Pacific, one of
the St. Paul Packet line is injured
$100. The City of Helena lost both
The total los on everything by the
storm is ovcry $250,000. The storm
rscems to have been mote severe in
East St. Louis than on this hide of the
' river. Nearly all the southern part of
hat town wa flooded with water, and
fomc luty houses occupied by poor
families were more or lew injured,
and jscveml blown down entirely or
out of shape.
Wasiiinoton June, 19, 1882.
Mil Ed. The action of General
Baiim, as the head of the Internal
Revenue Bureau, in relation to the
passage of tho bill to extend the ware
housing 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 whimpered that
the distilling interests in Illinois may
possibly be a powerful ally in helping
him reach the iong-desired goal. It is
disgmcc enough for this Government
to foster a system of revenue which is
directly Jit war with the efforts now
being made by many States, to sup
press the sale of spirits, without In
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, 0 re-issues,
15 certificates of registration of
trade-marks, and 7 cctrificates of reg
istration of labels, tho 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 growth
of the material interest of the country.
The Commissioner has issued an im
portant decision which changes the
practice of admission of new matter
into pending applications. The decis
ion states that "under rule 47 an ap
plicant may introduce into his appli
cation by amendment a part of tho
invention originally mado which was
not incorporated into the application
either as a part of tho specification or
claim. The applicant must swear
that the matter which he desires to
introduce into his applications and
make a part thereof, wjis a part of his
This city is drawing to it not only
living heroes and statesmen hut dead
ones. A very strong movement had
been worked up in favor of the romov
al of tho remains of Thomas Jefferson,
from Monticello to Glcnwood Ceme
tery in this city. The attorney of the
Randolph heirs has written a letter Ui
the managers of the cemetery, stating
that under no circumstances will the
heirs permit the remains to bo re
moved from their pfeient resting
place. Tcace to the ashes of the hon
ored Virginia statesman.
The city is just now invaded by
more than three hundred quill drivers
from the Keystone State, ami a" more
dignified lody of men have rarely
been seen hero at the Capital. On
their arrival, travel stains were re
moved, Mid after a sumptaoos
dnVncr was discussed at the National
afVd Metropolitan Hotels, tVicse
krrtghts of the pen mul pule, with
their beautiful ladies' erftercd over
the city, doing the "lions' and calling;
irpon old friends. A leading feature
of their program was an evening re
ception at the Presidential Mansion,
arranged and planned, by Senator
CanYCron. Shortly before nine o'clock
these editors, disregarding the conven
tionalities of the Capital, began to
make tin' apyrcJrch r Oltt White
House, by omnibusses, street cars,
"night-liners," Herdics on foot, and
soon the erec'of the great "cast room"
and the parlors wcrO filled with an
array of edcut, wealth' and' beauty
rarely seen within ihcse'historic walls.
President Arthur accorded them a
most cencrbus recepttoK and these
mcmtW of the press, WUe'lheV stal
wart or&rtf Breed; for a tinie struck a
fcrtice' with' the Executive and shook
hands dv'er th Bloody diasTrn: .The
chief mkgktraleTiaa,a' ijHtf iroifc n4
a smile for everyone 4s they &!
and his tvarm and generoos harkilhaks
won him1 ttae conimendation of all,
particularly the ladies and children,
with which tK line was" well sand-
&cea"Tjg!ow witfrstniles waV grestrir P
uuuui cu ui uic a luiutnv kwuig nv u.
harisand-kistin5-bcr. A? iW'l'liac
reminwence of the war wx revived
by the visit of this comjianr c- editnr.
H. J. Sthlo, the old and jolly editor
of the' Gettysburg Otmpilrr. walked
into the office of the genial ComtuU
ioncr of Penioa, W. W. Dudley, ac
coniumcd by two young Udic, hu
daughter. Nineteen year ago Colo
nel Dudley lot his leg at Geuytburg,
and tenderly and carefully nured
at the home of Mr. Stahle, near the
battle field, by his good wife, who ha
since p.uged attar. One of the two
daughter had not leen born when
Colonel Dthlloy met with the disaster,
while the other was a little toddling
child ho afterward enjoyed herclf
climbing around the limbics lorni of
the wounded poldicr.
It is thought that Secretary Folger's
order prohibiting clerks from smoking
in the Treasury during btisine--
hour, will not diminLdi the revenue
sufficient to seriously emb.trra? the
Government. The Secretary ccrtaiuly
has dons a good thing for the race.
The practice had become so gcnor.il
and tho offices were so fumigated with
tobacco as to give a sort of smoked
ham appearance to the face of clerk.
To smoke at all is bad enough, but to
compel lady clerks to sit in rooms
where half a dozen half-breed arc
puffing their vile cigaretls is simply
barbarous. Darwin is dead but the
doctrine of evolution in some form
still lives, and who is wit: enough to
tell what is to be the future of this
nice of American smoker.
A stiff brccic was created in the
House over tho deficiency bill of the
expenses of the Yorktown culebraliou.
It was claimed by the advocate of the
measure appropriating $32,32.00 to
meet this Uehciency, that it wan just,
proper and right, and that the expen
ses were all very legitimate. Tilers
were thoso who asserted that the
contly viands and the display of non
sense was outrageous and that the
people had a right to demand the
items and particulars. Thin brought
out a bill for wine Ac, used in the en
tertainment of tho guests on that occa
sion. The total amount of the bill i
0,520 including an item of 130 case
of champagne, $3,900; one of 08 gal
lons of whiskey, one of 22 dozen cher
ry, 15 gallons (1 830 j bandy, and $2;0
worth of cigar. The nation was twice
di'graccd last year, atid Congress ha
presented the 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 theso, to our
shame let it be said, were little belter
than a saturnalian revel. Standing in
tho shadow of all the trials of the last
twenty years, through which God has
brought the Nation safely, we seem
still ready to insult hint by wasting
our substance in drunkenes, revelry
ami riotous living.
The victory for the Republicans in
Oregon, is a source of great satisfac
tion. California will respond to Ore
gon, and send a delegation of five lie
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 ValuAblt Aiiitia.
Became it is beneficial to the scalp
fAid adds to personal beauty by re
storing color and lutro to "uray or
faded hair, is whv Parker's Hair" B:tl-
f sam is such a popular dressing.
Waat Ererysody Ta&is.
Is a rcliahlu medicine that never
doc any harm and that prevents and
cures disease by keeping the stomach
in order, the bowels regular, rihjF the
kidneys and liver active. Such a
medicine is Parker's' Ginger Tonic
It relieves every case', and has cured
thonsands. Sec other column. Trib-
JOSS ELLA UciniSE,
Tod msi lutaltl Vuit,
RED CLOUD. - NElfflfXSICA.
T. F. MOODlTv
KED CLOUD, NEB.
AH work neatly and ch5ajiiy 5n
; M&i i OS 9tt ml ELTZL
Opposite ChFcago Lumber Yard.
J. K. AOLTZ.
CarsiiCrWfls: Ckrs. Tfcaxcc;
fure App? Cideralways ch Tap.
Cownysrodace bocght awl sold.
a large Stock that they wish
to reduce, offer the following
Bargioins for GASH for the
next thirty days.
6 pounds Arbucklc's
2b papers Church's Soda
7 cans 3 lbs Tomatoes, (Standard.)
2 lbs Green corri
2 " Strawberries
Blue Berries -
Cove Oysters (Standard.)
Co flee Kscence
lbs Baking Powder (Warranted.) 1. 00
I o k
" 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 bottles French Mustard
Eight bottles Horse Radish
Ten papefs 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
TWELVE TAPERS O. P. TOMACCO
TEN " MEIt-SliPM TOll.U'CO
TEX rOTOTS DRIED HERRING
W e are aUo tho exclusive A'cnt
Ictt from 50 to SO cts. per jwu-d, it m uneolorett and c guaratttro tt can
not be duplicated for the samo money.
Tit A"5cr Q3rtt!s tr ScWcct to tit 71tt2ssj tf tlii Xsrktt.
m cube for msnf
MnuTci9n& an! fr rle hr M S. BattarJ
P.ED CLOUD SKBKASKA.
A root nfrthttg at3inr drink. rrsst4
rurly TrctalI. Haaple Ho I lira on trial.
? eWEflYSFEFSIA, IWWCSCTIW, REAMfE t KUOOSIESS. j
". fssjsatiTsr mOWn WCg?tlfg A tire CO.UummM.Kia. I
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i T1MT1.'HA5TCX aaCCSyCtr CG.;ia ay. fttiV
Ariosa CofTcc for
- TWO SEVENTY-FIVE
for tho celebrated P,tti Flrel
FOR tHE I'm
i One -Wir8 FenC8,
For evCrylIy i buying it.
c,oM in Red
Cloiftl by D
SEND US YOUR BU5t-
NESS CARD FOR
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SULKY AHO GAHG PLOWS,
Stttl JL Chiilod ?fcwi,
HIDING AaB W1HEKJ
LISTER 1ND GOHN DRILL,
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