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RED CLOUD, WKBSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA. TlIUliSDAY. Jl'Nrl JH.lSi.
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' YOU TRAVEL
,uff.tt- t,;ki: tjii:
Examine m tml time tabic earelnllr. Jt r'I
be rcn thtthi line cnnisryt with j.
ll.A'l It It ; In ftet tVjr ara
undT '-co insnaretferu.
aril tnk'n t"eetljcr
form what if
MIOini.ST ASItQUt HIT I INK TO
Cliicao. M. liOtiiM. Peoria.
J)KS MlUMS Bock IrI.AI.
And Kaitcialljr to all I'uinta
Iowa, Wisconsin, Indiand,
Illinois, Michigan, Ohio.
PKINVIIWI, AWASTAOK5 A HE
Through Coaches from Nebraska to
Vhtiti:itiu on . II. it (. it. II.
.No tniii"fiTs; liangcs from
(.. P.. Je 11. II. to conn.'ct-
iug hues Jill made in
cx in: iiaii
Upon &iilicjition m any Mot!n on tho roal.
Acmu mn aim rtr.i'l t check rK'K
lliroiifli : civc ull iiiliiraiittiiui n to rate.
rnitr,. time, cwtiirctinii. I'tc. and to eeur)
leiiinK car fiCin.iiiinlatHuir'.
This coiii;ia7 5 iicrcl n an extension
which nlll oicn n
NEW LINE TO DENVER
nnil all point in Colorado. This ex
trusion will lc completed :ml ready
for bti;iiic.v in :t few months. and the
public can thru enjoy all the mlvsintai
os of a tliiouh lints htawM!n Denver
niul rhicjio, nil uniler one manage
ment. P. 5. EUSTIS,
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.1.! THEWS .C- .I XXKKS,
Wioji 1ft lor wcl f Wcbf tor County Hank,
SUA VIXC, SHAMPOOING,
; Hair Catting
in the holiest style of the
' Tonsoiinl Art.
COMIC AX'l) OKT A CLEAN SHAVE.
! .Ml IIIM II I IIM - g' ! -I.I.
TXADI SJJ MABK.
OatumU mors leetrldtrla Dm nitrates than "
tthr llult Jo In n dT. Thn onlr Klrrtro-MMCatie
Ho Buula oo mild sa to b oarosly (nit, kod rTraail.
cbuuiad aiU locraaKKl till the trooeaM Btaa cmoo
l.nlJlt. No metal ootarmlB contact wtta the Un to eor
ind And Intteto It. Hu ttW'trvdw and condocttna
onto tur apiilrinc elfrtrlclty tnanr port of tb ldy.
1 tmixniwl tor lf tnvntmont in romplaiati aajsva Kioto.
A cortaiB rtmione of boAlih and rtcor.
MEDICAL USES OF ELECTRICITY
tin tUnatrated H)pa- lok, cooUvlolag roll dnacrintloa
f Wolf nnil UiuM vtlb dlrvcUoBJ tor cltctrcaltlMW
KLCCTRO-FARAOIC ICLT CO
S13 A Sll CkMUBtKL, Kl.MffllStM.
fuuicj ami lisitii
tUTlHI f tor ni
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hr l ii:s1U.
An Inviaoratng Mcdidne tint Nntr Irtwkatw
'l'hi dc.Kf'H! criail'uutmn of OinEfr. Vucbu,
Man.lral.e. btil!ini;.. An.1 many oOkt of tle btt
rgrtsl'e tcnrli L-twii. cirrcs a!l Sorders cf
tbc bowrU, stomach, lntr, kiJnc)- and huifs, &a
The Cnt and Snrttt CobjIi Cart Cvtr Vtel.
If yfu ate siiftcinijj fiom Female Ccmjilaint,
Ncrvouwes, N'al.cfiihic. KhctiBunsan Dypcr
sia. ac or any Omm or infirmity. taVe ParVer t
Cic-t Tonic. 1 vt tfTTt?rcn l-raia nd Icdy
uJ pe vj new fifc and isr.
raid for ars thing immimii fouud ill Guijer ToMC
cr r a Ciflure to Win or cure
.U4 nmu,Krunp. UTtHTHn
nine , w i ah
VU1U XUUUSASONS TKARLY.
iNrrBtUH the SytfeMs;
A trill nf It will rMM.lt
e claim Jltk yourdrnrsiM I
r ikri ,ti no otkw.
??r mu br sSt Orcssut.
c at huth fn b1.I
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P.. A. SIMPSON.
AtUirncy at La
Blue Hill Bank,
SIMPSON L SWEEZY,
IILUEIIILL, WEIUSTEU CO., NED.
A General Banking Buin TranartrL
Et.ecUl Uaro glrcn to Collertlonf. Frta
Loan at Low FUten. Hrhool Jionls
Iloucbt and Hold
conn r:it in iENTf5:
Knuntte Broibera Hanker. Kew Tork City;
liank, Omaha r"ehraka.
B. C. 8lT.
RED CLOUD, NEB.,
Trinracin central banking bailee. bay tad
Mt county irarrtnln. alio County. Precinct asd
Hh'ol Dittrirt nd-
Ntfotiito larni morteac, bay and tall For
Ian Kschango. ,
r'ciat atuntlon rfrcn to eollaeUona.
Itr.rtRitjici!in-1Jt J'at. Bink Nw York 0a
ba Nat. lUck, Omaha,
L. r. Al.ItRIRIlT,
B. V.Sm rev,
WEBSTER CGUHTT BiK,
KED CIX)UD, NEB.
M'oxev To Loan on Ke.il Ej-tatc. Buy
ami .ell Exchange antl do a general
SaycrA Atkln. Hanker. York: York Connty
Hank. York. Farmcra' & Merchant' Rank, '
York; Union Natinnal Rank. Chicaeo;
Marib Rro,. Moihuri Co. Lincoln.
W. H. STROHM.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
BED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Mayba consulted ia Knsllsh or Oenaaa.
Collcctioni will receire prouiit attenlioa.
Office: Opposite Doy's Home
Case 8c McNenv,
A TTORSEVS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Will Practice in all thf Court of thi Ptate aad
Nnrtfiriii Kanrn. Collcctiont as welt a litiga
ted liunine.M c.irclully andetfiriently attended to.
Orr-irK:- On Webster Street, ouo door Bortk
of Uarber' Store,
KEI CI.OUD, XKR.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTORNEY AND C0fNSi:U)R AT LAW.
Office one iloor north of A'liVy liro.
RED CL0ITP. - NEBRASKA.
E. C. Hawlkt. N. II. TrtoRri.
Hawley & Thorpe,
A TTORNEYS k COUNKF.I.OR.i AT UW.
Office: Over Mc l'arland's store.
BED CLOUD, 27E3.
Laird 8c Smith,
a ttornevs and counselors at law.
Haktinc.s, - Neuraka.
Will rractice in alt the Conrta of tho State.
Prompt attention b1b to all businc. entrusted
to hi care. julyl-7
CT. W. rvatwr,
lied Cloud. Neb.
A TTORNEYS AT LAW A REAL ESTATE
Will practice in all tho Court In Nebraska
and northern Kan collections promptly at
ten Jed to and eorreiondence lolicited.
BED CLOUD. Ksbrukf,
AIjo. AKcnts for C. A M. R. B. Unda.
J. M. Moflzxa. L. ! Deskit.
Mosena Sc Denney,
Physicians and Surgeons,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Will pay special attention to Obstetric and
licacs of women Also Kcncrnl aad racial
furccry. Dircf of tho Eye and Ear. Caargcj
moderate. Oflficeover Sherwood a Store.
DR. C. CflE!CK,
Physician & Surgetfn,
Professional calls promptly Rllcndcd.
Office: At rcidcncc near Cowles. 8-SI
Dr. H. A. Baird,
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Office: Over J. V. Shertvoods
Slfore. Ukn Cloub, Nkbraska.
BED CLOUD, Nffc.
The choicest of Fma .. Fa aaw'
Fowl and ery thinr ta tka llaa lilt taaVaat
ket affords, always on kand.
W-Ski two doon aoath a akarac'i dracatatv
TTJ f7 f TJ T T7 T? j
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TH'RSDAY. JlNK29, J8S2.
IOWA AGAIN milCKEN.
Df-S Moineh, Juno 24 A dispatch
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jut received hy the llrguttr from Fort
Dod;e cays : Tlie town of Ernmctta-
hurg, county aeat of I'ala Alto county,
was blown to piece.) this morning ami 0jrIrl.M. Under the old system, there
over one hundred people killed. The ' wcrc nmiiitmlc of otfircn who bore
Illinois Central and Chicago k. North- J ft aji pnrt , the drama of the
wentern train arc blown from the rcKollioti, yet with no hopes of advnn
track. The Milwaukee & St. I'mil cin;; jyond the rank of Lieutenant or
train U wrecked in a washout north of Captain. In the army, in the time of
Forest City. There are report that .pcacCt fcw (i;e a, onc resign. Un
thrcc or four more towns in the locaIi-,jcr tl)e I1CW .., promotions mav 1m?
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tv are Mown to nieces. J lie wires
north Of here nro down, and it is
irnpoiblo to get more news, but
will work hard to get everything pos
sible. AT YANKTON.
Yankton. I). T., June 'JL A violent
wind storm at 5 o'clock this morning,
accompanied by rain and electricity.
The Prrtu ollicb was. partly unroofed,
twelve cliimricy.s blown down around
town, Sign scattered in nil directions,
a great tiumlicr of shade trees destroy
ed and Several wind mills demolished.
NO ACTHENTir NEWS.
Chicago, Juno L'4. The Des Moines
agent of the associated press, tele
graphs as follows : Wc are not able
as yet to get any news of the reported
disaster at EmmctLsbiirg, as the wires
arc so badly Mown and EmmcttsbuTg
is naturally somewhat isolated. I
have telegraphed every point near
that place to give in details.
RocKFtiRii, III., June 1!L A terrible"
hailstorm and tornado visited this'
place to-day, doing great damage to
crops and fruit. A $7,000 cherry crop
was totally destroyed. Corn liehL in
the course of the storm are entirely
ruined. Hail stones fell as large as
hen's eggs. Windows aro broken
from nearly every building in tho
RAIN IN MINNESOTA'.
Minneapolis, Minn., June it. Bain
fell in all parts of the state in torrents
lost night. The river at Rochester
rose suddenly, overllowing tho lowest
parts of the city, doing considerable
damage. There has undoubtedly
brfth much loss of slock, if not life.
Later advices s.ty that the reports of
the storm at EhVmettsburg were great
ly exaggerated"", and that no great
amount of damage was done and very
few lives lost.
Sioirx City, I a., June 21. A cy
clone struck Hospcrs, a village fifty
miles northeast of Sioux City, at 6
o'clock this morning. It destroyed
the Presbyterian church, a carpenter
shop, a school house and twentyfivc
residences in Hospcrs and tho intmc
diatc vicinity. The hurricane lasted
only fifteen minutes, llenry Gauic, a
farmer, was fatally injured. The
course of the hurricane was from west
to cast, and it swept a path about five
miles wide for fifteen miles. Eighteen
freight cars of the Chicago, St. Paul &
Minneapolis railroad was turned tip
side down, most of them being torn
from their trucks. The depot and riI
joining warehouse were lifted from
their foundations, carried ten to twen
ty feet and badly wrecked. The pecu
liarity of the hurricane was that it
completely demolished some buildings
and entirely passed others In its direct
pathway. The Presbyterian church
was scattered for half a mile, and no
two pieces of the building left together.
The force of the wind was demonstra
ted by planks being driven through
the sides of houses, cutting through
trVe siding as if shot out of a gun.
Wrecking trains from Sioux City have
been sent to the scene of the wrecked
trains. A force of one hundred men
is at work righting the capsized cars.
It is irrrpossible to estimate the total
damage, it is so wide-spread. The
loss immediately frr Hosper's is from
10,000 to $I5,00b". Twentf-nvc farm
houses and barns at the outside were
destroyed, as far as could be leaAtcd
Washington CsVi ai,,i,ca,
Wactukctos Juke. 26, 1882.
Mr. Editor : The wheels of legisla
tion move slowly by." TRfc cool
weather makes this city pletasant'
stopping-place for the average Con
gressman, but let a half doich dog
day loose and these patriots will sigh
(of home, and the remaining legislatf.
tive business will be put through otf"
fast time. There are many members
who have fences that need looking
after in their bcw districts, and it is
painful to be herd while their hearts
arc yonder Under some new process
in the future" Congressmen, let us I
hope, mav be elected for four years
SonatorsforcirfiLahd IVriVW f
, . , v - . - -
a term of ejght years, With no Dos-i-.
bilityofa second term; Iraie rolBon
rapidly, and Elections Are too cirxfn-
a , u fe lu vr
Would thatomc grctt IcaJer misht
flr-liC ftn,j cirxc oul a fKHttcal nyttm
that would Jmn tho tUnrrs of ."vylla
'on the One hand, and CharvUU on
the other. Tor a free people it cot3
u far too much to be governed.
Senator Anthony hat the diatin
pnihed htmor of Ircin tltc orfl man,
exrent Tliomiw H. Ronton who has
Iliad five roneculive elections to the
J United Stated Senate. Tliotij,di the
htate he represent i pmau. yet me
ripe judgement and loin: orvf6 of
this nohlc Matem.in ha made him a
lM)W.r jn the life of the Nation
The compulsory retirement of army
officers, at the age of (A, w hailed
with great atifactton hy younger
expected, and the r-xJMtf & cvr will Ire
The water aupply bill which p.wod
the Senate, providing for the construc
tion of a nine foot conduit from the
great falls of the Potomac, giving a
fall of 140 feet above tide water, was
amended in the House, so as to re
quire the Lixpayers of the District to
pay the interest or the coH of the
work. The Democrats and a few
closc-nVtcd Republicans arc held re
sponsible for foisting upon tho tax
payers tho expenee of furnishing
water to supply the public buildings
and fountains in the government res
ervations. To be denied the right of
representation, with no voico in the
selection of rulers, and doomed to be
taxed ad libitum, ad nauseam, is the
menial position 180,000 people are
compelled to take in the Capital of
this magnanimous Republic Boston
was once' lUa hcene of great activity
on the subject of tea and tax, and the
old spirit that docs not tamely submit
to injustice and wrong, still lives. If
suffrage is a good thing and tho citi
zens of South Carolina and Massa
chusetts arc worthy to Oxcrcise this
sacred privilege, it is tyrannical to
deny the same blessings to-the citizens
of tho Nation's Capital.
Judge I logo of W. Va though' a
Democrat anil a new member, has
already made a hit as an impressive
speaker. When the water-supply bill
was up ho combed down the Hoosicr
objector, saying. "If I do not misinter
pret Mr. Holman's position, ho is op
posed to Potomac water and wants to
go back to the original spring that
gushed forth in crystal purity from
tho earth lonjr before the davs of
great aqueducts and gigantic enter
prises. I fancy that it must be from
that original crystal spring that the
gentleman has derived his inspiration,
for whenever the expenditures of this
great government aro under consider
ation, notwithstanding tho country
has increased far beyond the three
millions of people which constitute!
its population at the beginning of its
history, even to fifty millions to-day,
the gentleman brings to the considera
tion of its necessities a primitive
measure of economy which bears a
relation to the present, like the crystal
fountain of which he speaks, to the
great volume of the Potomac waters
as they flow forever onward to tho
For what was the Capttol erected ?
Was t not for ihe benefit of the peo
ple of tho whole country ? What ex
penditures mado hero by tho govcrn
nVcnt, is not desij, ed for the benefit
cf the country at large! When a
great Capital is improved and adorned;
when parks and fountains beautify its
landscape, and broad avenues fringed
with trees, and gardens bright with
flowers, and majestic edifices and
splendid monuments make trfl' the
measure of its attractions, is it not the
representative of the whole country
instead of the special possession of the
few whose lives chance has rdactfd ia
thcs"nadow of its greatness ?"
The Republicans of the Pino Tree
State hae serit 'actnetr greetings to
Oregon, and in convention have noti
fied her sister States' that there is no
sectional strife in hef ranks. Tho un-
qualified endorsement of the adminis
tration of President Arthur is a bright
omen presaging victory at the ballot
box this fall. The Buckeye State true
io the memories of the dead Gar-'
fjcld' and the living Sherman and
Fcefcf wilr" stand true in her Alliance
to Republican r)'rrnciplss. The politi
cal skies Arc all agftrw wh proctiae
and the party in the great empire
Stite will not fail to place itself in the
front rank with no contending faction
when the State convention shall assem
ble a few weeks hence. Baptized with
the blood of All our heroic dead, let us
who live resolve to carry forward the
great woft so nobly begun.
The evidence in the case of SraaHs
vs Taiman, S. C. before the comnnJ
tee shows thai a, drunken mob of red
slttrted Democrats armed with. rifled
and ..carbines in the EdgefieljT Pwtric?
in SC C.. converted its 2,000 Republican
majority for Small imto a 5,d6u Demo
crat victory for Tillman.
No Republican can hesitate in the
f:lccos fccUasr these ta vote for
Wf 5nman and H1
of cm-iiw, ii so wemayas weti surrcB-
dcr to the Bnlklhaers and aarirWi1r rf
the Democratic party, And rekke bo
Ptwlul0 t-P8S ejoern-
ment resting', upon the will cf the
Teonie as expressed at the ballot
Ctea( Scatter ffr llu 15 h4 m
4.!rl trt Cbsrlw . aprtrr. vaatr "ttt.
Rl C!oi .Vh. iVrrfriui It lertt-
tram aey c ae r4rUbJ Utf-
Amang tha School.
Dit. So. 2.
This in the Red Cloud chool. Thi
cchool clood rvevcral week ago, and
while the lat cAercic Hero Udng
c-.irrifl on, the old rhool lMue
where we hav often mot in cbool,
ly reum and church, were Wing tld
'.o the highcftt bidder.
Prof. Funk retire from the rhodr
leaving VeMntl a record of urfuhtsA.
MCi Kimball and Dickeion bis a
l5Unt have h:ul many dilficultic to
contend with, but have done very
grd work. We have have not had
time to examine carefully the exam
iimttou paper of Miss Kimball ad
vance pritiwiicUc cl'J?, which have
been banded to u, hut U' find tii.tt
the clas consisting of Carrie Mellride.
Addie Reigle, Ev.i E. Rayha. Cora
Garbcr and Charles K. Reiglv tlid
enslit to themselves. Tlie new school
hotue i rapidly being completed ami ,
wc hope to be able to hold the In?ti-
tutc there in Align:.
Disr. No. 11.
This school is taught by Mr. J. B.
Burns of Franklin county. He ba
titiitc an interesting .chool and is try
ing to make thorough work in each
department of bis school.
Dist. No. ,".
This district is near the north-west
corner of the county and many of the
pupils are French. Mi-" Sarah Fisher
is the teacher, and hc is Mriving to
advance her pupils in their ytudic.
Several young ladies attend this school
who are doing weW. This distriet bad
the misfortune to lre its school hoii-e
last spring by prairie fire, and the
school is being taught in a lmue
belonging to Mr. Chevalier. 11 icy
have purchase new desks and every
thing is as comfortable as in a hou.c
specially for schools.
Dist. No. 20,
At Wheatland, Mr. B. C. Burt direc
tor. Tlie school is taught by Miss
Clara Richardson who is now teaching
her third term in the district. A
commendable feature- of this school is
the good order preserved and tho at
tention to study. A serious draw
back to the success of the school is
found in tho fact that thcro is such a
diversity of text books in tho school.
The district needs to decide upon
sonic series of books and then pur
chase ho other.
On Thursday of lat week the Sab
bath school Which included the public
schools in district 54 and 20, superin
tended by Messrs Scott and Bcnrco,
enjoyed a picnic in Mr. Frank.
Wheat'! grove. It was a beautiful day
and everybody enjoyed himself. Tho
children and young ladies recked
some very creditable pieces, among
them wo noted "A Day in June,"
"King Alcohol," "Too '.Much of a
Lady," "My Mother's Iliblc," as being
very good. Others equally as good wo
have not tho titles. Singing, swing
ing, and not to say the least, the
bountiful feast prepared, tempting to
every palate, wcro tho important ex
ercises of the day. Such days help to,
encotirago social good feeling, and
cause young hearts to be grateful for
Mr". Wd'yrian from Ann Arlor Uni
versity, Michigan, called the other
day. He is visiting in the valley and
will return in a few weeks to conduct
the Teacher's Institute, in
Mr. Carson, a student in the theo
logical department of the Baptfsj: cob
lego at Gibbon, having been called by
the church, will occupy the Juniata
Baptist pulpit during the summer
vacation, some three months, and is
already hero at labor. SrtrcittU
A Valialls J&iiics .
Because it i Jienefiqal to the scalp
And Adds to personal' beauty by re
storing color and lustre to ay .of
faded hair is why Parker's Hair Bal
sam is such a popular dressing.
.Is a reliable medicine yt that never
does any harm and that prevents, and
cures disease by keeping the stomach
in order, the bowels regular, and the
kidneys and liver active. Such a
ntedicine is, Parker's Ginger Tonic.
It reliefes. eery caae. And has cured
thonsands. bit ether colnmn. Trib
une. Th!S Age,is,.one of JtArrcIlous ad
vAnce. The discovery of new Adap
tations of Electrical forces in the next
ten years will astonish the world.
Intelligent And skilled J
are essential in securing" r
Communicate with PrcsScy & Green
529 7th St. Washington D. a
Hu 6tf kkirf -t Ettiurtii
A. I.AUTMI5 AWV
XED CLOUDr - 5EBITASKA;
IS WIIEftk YOC CiX GET
Aad Trash Oysitrs io tWr mt&mVi
HISS ELLA SIc3?JDE.
-te iir.ir or-
im in it ic j
T. F. MOODY,
Clocks "Walcl io?.
RED ri.Ul'D. NKIL
All work neatly and cheaply ditc
r. r .r"
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OppOir Cht-30 Lttrttt
Kui: mi: row
For cvervlxlj i buxing it
cld in Ked
Cbm.I l D L
P. H. O'Connor,
WbotriaU anJ Retail lei!er In
Also, Sample Room fr tbc ait
modatioii of tbc publi.
RED CLUD, NKIUUKV.
Red Cloud Mills.
Both Custom nnd Mer bant work
promptly attuudol to.
ALL WORK WARR WTED.
Highest CASH price paid for god
Milling V!n-.ti -md Com
VtrW TKK Ac VAYWi:,
fabOJtf rrpa. j
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