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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1882)
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"ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $USO A YEAR IS THE PRICE OFTHE CHIEF.
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SHORTEST AXD QUICKEST LIKE TO
Chicago. St. LotiU, Peoria.
Pes Moines, nocK isla.
And Kapeciallr to all Poiuta
Iowa, Wisconsin, Indiana,
Illinois, Michigan, Ohio.
PRINCIPAL ADVANTAGES ABA
Through Coaches from Ncbraaka to
Deatination on C.B.4Q. R- B.
No transfers; change from
0. B. & K. R. to connect
ing Hnea all made in
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TIpOB apllct!on at ny ttHionon th ro4.
AganU ro alio prepared to check bagic
through; glim All Information aa to rata.
roslaa. time, connectiom. eto., aci to aecara
aleaplog car aocoainodatioua.
ootapanr la ogaged on
which wiu open
HEW LINE TO DENVER
and all point in Colorado. This ex
tension will bo completed and ready
for buaincus in a few montliB, and the
public can then enjoy all the advanta
ges of a through line between Denver
and Chicago, all under one maaage-
P. S. EUSTIS,
Gen'l T'k't -4'f't..
FOR THE LOW
For everybody ia buying it.
. oold in Red Cloud by D. Lutz and
S. W. SEELY,
Choice Family Groceries,
: r FLOUR,
j MEAL, Ac,
'Fruit a Specialty.
Butter and eggs taken in exchange.
Patronage solicited. Two doors north
Smith Bro.'a Bank.
BED CLOUD, - - - NEB.
GUIDE ROCK, NEBRASKA,
J. K. AULTZ,
Floor, afcc Ac
Pure Appio Cider always on Tap.
Bjfcast Cash Pries ?sli for Butter aaiEgct,
Country produce bought and sold.
BED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
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Blue Hill Bank.
SIKPSOZT & SWEEZ7.
BLUEtfllLL, WEBSTER CO., NEB.
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KoaaUa Brethrn Banker. 2iaw York City:
Baak. Oaaba Nabratka.
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BED CLOUD, XEB.,
Traaaaeta general basking bailaeaa. Wj aa4
aell county war.-anu. alao Coaatr. Preeiact aatf
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BED CLOUD, NEB.
Mohey To Loan on Real EaUte. Buy
and sell Exchange and do a general
flayer A Atklaa. Baoke-a, York; York Ceaaty
Uank, York. Farmer' A Merchant' Bask,
York; Union National Bank. Chicago;
ilarah Uroa.. Moabtr A Co. Lincoln.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
May be coaralttd la Eagltah or Oeraaa.
Collection will rree're prompt attmtioa.
Office: Oppobits Boy's Home
0, C. Cill. Jas. SicNaJT.
Gase & McNeny,
A TTOJUfEYB AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Will practice ia all the Courta of this State aaA
Northern Kama. Collection aa wall a litiga
ted butineti carefully and efficiently attended to.
Urrica:- On Wcbtler tftnet. vna door BOMB
of (Jar bar's btore,
UKI CLOUD, NED.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTORItEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office one door north oKaley Bros.
BED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA.
Edwin C. Hawley,
V TTOtWBT A COUNBKLOE AT LAW.
Office: Over Mo Farland's store.
BED CLOUD, KSB.
Laird & Smith,
attorneys and counselors at law.
Hastinos, - Nebraska.
Will practice in alt Ue Conrta or tha Stats.
Proaipt attaatioa giraa to all baiiaaas atraate
to bis cars. lJl-T
J. L. Kalbv.
Cloud. NaV. Nebraska.
A TT0RNKT8 AT LAW REAL ESTAT1
Will paelicf tn all tbo Courts In Nobruka
and northern Kanrat: collection protajiUy at
tended tt aad aorraiondanc aolicited.
X5 CLOUD. KstrukaV
Alas. AganU for 0. A M. R. B
J. M. Mesaxa.
L. X. Sshst.
MOSENA & DENNEY,
Physicians and Surgeons,
BED CLOUD, NEB.
Will pay apecial attention to Obatebiaa aad
dUeaaea of women Alo general .and epecial
nrgery. Diewea of tha Eye and Ear. Cnaxgaa
moderate. Office orer Cook's Drag; Stora.
Dtt C. SCHENCK,
Physician & Surgeon,
Professional calls promptly attended.
Office: At residence near Cowles. 8-51
Dr. H. A. Baird,
DAMERELL, M. .
OrncR-Over J. W. x Sherwood's
Store, Rep Cloud, Nebraska.
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RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEBRASKA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER, 15, 1SS3.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 15, 1882.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVEN
TION. The Democratic county convention
in and for Webster county, Neb., will
be held at the Court House in Red
Cloud on Saturday, September, 30tb,
1882. at 1 o'clock p. m fur the pur
pose of placing in nomination candi
date for the following office, to-wit:
Commissioner 2d District,
And to select delegates to Congres
sional, and Senatorial Convention
and to transact such other business as
may properly come before it.
Representation based on the votes
cast for presidential electors In 1880.
Precinct. Votes. Delegates
Red Cloud, 80 5
Guide Rock, 33 S
Stillwater, 24 2
Oak Creek, 28 2
Potsdam, 73 5
Elm Creek, 7 1
Pleasant Hill, 23 2
Batin, . 21 2
Glenwood, 22 2
Harmony, 64 4
Inavale, 18 2
Walnut Creek, 6 1
Primaries for the purpose of electing
delegates are recommended to be held
in the several precincta on Saturday,
Sept. 23, 1882. By order of county
democratic central committee.
R. S. I'koudfit, Ch'm.
Jacob Rosenthal, 8ec'y.
There are about 100,000 miles of
railroad in this country, the inveaH
ment of which is 14.000,000,000.
James Gordon Bennett of the New
York Herald, is a rich newspaper
man. It is said that ho is worth $6,-
000,000, and tne income irom nts pa
per is about $400,000 per annum.
A copy of the first edition of Burn's
poems. fetched at a sale the other day
in London, $335. It is said the only
surviving member of this.great poet's
family, is passing her last days in a
Glasgow poor house.
Many interesting incidents occurred
at the reunion, among which the fol
lowing. The editor of the Herald met
his Libby prison comrade, M. L. Wil
son, who furnished him with a pair of
shoes in which to make his escape
from prison. Jan. 26, 1854, and had
never met him since, until at the re
union. His first greeting was "I came
to get pay for those shoes, begorra."
The two met an Andersonville com
rade, the only surviving ono from the
same company, together with three
others; six in all from tho same com
pany; a happy meeting Juniata Her
ald. Wo do not know what old grudges
the politicians of Red Cloud havsgaiust
Kcnney of the Argus that they trot
him out as a candidate for the legis
lature. Wo know not the old scores
and "private griefs" they have against
him, as they well know that he after
election will be elected to 'gum the
tough morsel of defeat. We presumo
they intend to pay him up for "past
cussedness. Blue Hill Times.
We do not know what authority the
Blue Hill Times has for referring to)
the Argus man as above, as this is the
first thing we havo over seen in type
relative to the subject.
Bob Ingersoll, who does not believe
in the Bible or in God, has at last
found one thing he does believe in,and
that is, the innocence of the "star
Routers," and he has to be hired to
believe in that N. Y. World.
Whereas, a joint resolution was a
dopted by the Legislature of Nebraska
at the sixteenth session thereof, and
approved Febuary 26, 18S1, proposing
an amendment to section one(l),article
seven (7), of the Constitution of said
State, and that said section aa amend
ed shall read as follows, to-wit:
"Sec 1. Every person of the age
of twenty -one years or upwards, belong
ing to either of the following classes,
who shall have resided in this state six
months, and in the county, precinct or
ward for the term provided by law,
shall be an elector:
First. Citizens ot the United States
Second, Persons of foreign hjrth who
shall have declared their intention to
become citizens conformably to the
laws of the United states on the subject
of naturalization, at least thirty days
prior to an election."
mereiore, ayvioinsa xtance uovernor
of the State of Nebraska, do hereby
give notice in accordance with section
one (1); article fifteen (15), of the Coat
suiuuon ana tne provisions ot an ac
entitled "an Act to provide the manner
ofproposajajcamenasasaibsto the Con
stitution and subainjag the ssbm to
the electors of this - Sute."approTad
Feb. 13, .1877, that said proposed a
meadment will be johsamsd to th
qalified voters of this Stat for rati6-
catiosi or rsfecoosi at tW fsseral ssse
tio to be held e ths 7th slay of No
In WitsMes Whereot'I herewstVo set
ray hand and caused to ba a&xsd the
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LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM.
The silver moonbeams flickered witk
the shadows on the floor.
And he covered both her rosy cheeks
with kisae o'er and o'er;
But be never will go back again to 'do
it any more,
For her father is in wait for hiss be
hind the parlor door.
And the rustling rose leaves trembled
in a sudden rushing roar;
And he felt a strroge bnsatioa that
he'd never felt before;
And an angnuh filled bis being to its
utmost mortal core.
And he felt aa though his body was
one vast and aching sore.
Now he'll never serenade her with the
twanging of his lute;
From the true of disappointment he
has eaten bitter fruit;
And he's sworn that he will never,
never press his loving suit
Where the father of the family wears a
number 14 boot.
Hon James Laird, of Hastings, was
upon our streets last Friday. Mr. Laird
is promineutly mentioned as a candi
date for ccngreis from this district,
and from all indications at present it
looks as though be would get there.
We'know of no man, whoso name has
been mentioned in connection with
this office who could do more valient
service for this state, or who more
thoroughly understands the wants and
needs of western Nebraska than Mr.
Laird. Beaver City Times.
Prisoners of War. At the Re
union in Grand Island, an ex-prisoners
of war association was formed, and tho
roll of names ordered published. All
ex-prisoners are requested to send their
names, company, regiment, place and
date of capture, name of prison in
which confined, date of release; wheth
er paroled, exchanged, orcscaped, and
their present P. O. address to J. W.
Liveringhousc, Juniata, Neb., on or
before Oct. 1st.
Any person desiring a copy, after
publication, will be furnished the same
upon receipt of postage stamp.
J. W. Liveringhouse,
After a young child had died and
been placed in its casket in Auburn, a
few days ago, a rosebud was plucked
from a neighboring garden and the
stem was placed in ono of tho littlo
lifeless hands, a day or two elapsed be
tween this incident and tho funeral
ceremony. In the interval the rose
bud in the hand of clay was seen to
gradually unfold. When tho servico
was held the bud had become a blos
som. The phenomenon gave peculiar
leasuro to the afflicted family, and
wsivery prettily referred to by the
clslgynian. Nevada Transcript.
As announced in last week's Repub
lican, we now have tho honor, and
with no little pride, arise to aunouncc
for tho nomination of Lieutenant Gov
ernor, subjoci of courso. to the pleas
ure of the republican voters of the
state of Nebraska in convention asscm
bled, the name of a most worthy and
respected citizcu of Hamilton county;
a man who, for the past nine or ten
yeass, has been, prominently identified
with every interest of the people; a
man well and favorably known at the
Bar of the state; a man of the people
and a man who has grown up with the
DeoDie or our county ana state, xnis
man of wnom we speak is Mr.A.W.
Acee. of Aurora. Nebraska: and know
ing as we do, that, if nominated, lie
will be elected to an office that he will
in every way fill with honor to himself
and credit to the state, we take great
pleasure in now presenting his namy
for the nomination. Hamilton counte
has always rooled up a big majority ior
the state and National ticket, she has
never asked or received a. favor from a
convention. Our people are not tired
of working for the party, but they be
gin to feel that they ought to bo recog
nized in some way." The nomination
of Mr. Agee at this time wovid heal up
the discontent that is being felt in the
party and they would go to the polls
this fall and roll up such a vote for the
ticket as they have never dono before.
Theso considerations, with the knowl
edge that no better man could be
found in the state for the position we
ask for Mr. Agee, are, our reasons for
now bringing his name before the peo.
pleofonr state. Aurora Repubiicon.
We give all the boys a show, that
want to go into the foot-race.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
BOARD OF RDCCAnOX.
The Principal shall be held
bleforthe general maaagenseat asssl
discipline of the school, aad shall havsj
authority to establish such special
rules as mar be necessary for this par
pose. He shall also give psrsoasi at--teation
to the following duties--
1. Rtcsiviasjand exassiniag all ap
plications for admission to she schoai.
assia-ninr nil saesabets of the school to
their rospecsiva deparuaesats,
fuUy attendias: to tho Traps
axtce 01 tne graawa.
2. Notts carorWly whether tho
Jaewtor is fcuthfal ta tho psrtorsaassai
of hisdatioi tn tho fcHuWaatraaaionaal
parts of this pessahwa. $ cl
Z. RooortiBg frosa tisao to
iHwtaVtkm of the acheoL- tho
naasof tho teachers aad Ji
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6. He alull attend the meetings of
the board as an adtUory member, ad
vising them of the condition of the
school, and of any changes or require
ment necasuary fur the advancement
7. Ha shall report to the Ikwrd
whenever he fe4a confident that any
teacher is a failure in any department,
and gth the advice of the board, shall
endeavor to provide for any vacancy
in due time.
8. He shall be considered as the
head of any and all departments of the
school, and ahall have full power to
make any change he .may dcm rSccea
aary in the management or methods
9. He shall carefully attend to all
cases of discipline that may require his
aaitacce or advice, and administer
such reproof or correction as the case
10. Ho may also have power to
suspend a pupil from achool in ex
treme casM. until the matter way bo
investigated by the board.
11. Besides the monthly reports re
quired, he ahall at the end of tho ye.tr
make an annual report for miblica
tioti. embracing such additional statis
tical matters as may be deemed of
interest to the public.
12. He shall make the interest of
the school hjs constant study and, with
the sd vice of the board, endeavor to
raie tho school to that standard of ex
cellence that shall result in great good
not only to the pupils, but to the com
munity at large.
(concluded next wxnc)
Wo can only give tho result of coun
ty convention of the 13th.
For reprvsentalivo II. D. Ranncy,
of Oak Creek.
For county commiwioncr of second
district, J. L. Miller, of Red Cloud.
The following aro tho names of tho
delegates to Uio state convention, to be
held at Omaha, on the 20th inst-
W.N. Richardson, M. Wilson, 9.
Garber, R. D. Jones, F. R. Gump, I. B.
Hampton, C. F. Watkius, and lias.
To the Hastings, Congressional con
vention, on tho 27 inst. are as follows:
James McNcny, A. J. Kcnncy, Wm
Arnold, D. P. Newcomer, J. S. Gilluun,
M. H. Warner, W. E. Thorne, H. D.
To be held at Bed Cloud, on tho 18
inst. H. D. Ranny, W. W. Hogato,
C. S. Watkina, Jas. McNeny. M. B. Mc
Nitt.CN. Fullor, L. C. Olmsted, C.
Married PAUL -STODDARD -At
tho residonce of the brides parents,
Sept. 13th 1882, by Kcv. C. W.
Springer. Mr. Joseph F. Paul and
Miss Lovinia Stoddard, all of Web
ster county Neb.
Tho happy couplo start out in Hfo
with flattering prospects. Several val
uable presents among which were a
chock for the bride for $200 by her
father, Mr. J. M. Stoddard, a large
quantity of glassware from Mrs. Stod
dard, fruit dish and quilt, from Mrs.
M. V. Paul, .fruit dish by Mrs. Anjor,
glass set from Mrs. V. Galbraith, and
and pitcher from Mrs. Hutchinson.
HILTON PAUL At the residenco
of the bride's parents Sent. 13th 1882
by same, Mr. Gcorgo h Hilton of
8mith county Kan. and Miss Mary E.
Paul, of Webster county Nebraska.
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Gore has just received a new invoice
of goods for the fall trade. Call and
300 Sheep For Sale.
High grade merino Ewes, by Cod
man A Prescott. Apply to R. B. Eaton
Guide Rock, Neb. 5tf
G. N. McDaniel has opened a black
smith shop first door south of the
calaboose, where he will be glad to
serve any and all who may call on him
Plow work and horse-shoeing a spec
Where did you get that lovely dia
mond ring? Why, at Gore's, he has
thai finest Sanhires. Ruble's Garnets.
Diamonds, Turquoise, Pearls and
Onyx rings, and Jewelry you ever saw.
Go and look at them.
Watch charms and lockets by tha
wholesale at Gore's.
Rings all the way from SO cents to
$50, at Gore's.
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The rsirail Iroks and fa&art'al
those coatfaed at drekt or wotk u&,
are cfd by ak StoaaadS, IsUnev
or feok, Parkrr'a Giurr Tnle with
out intoxicatiag has aaco a WisSctenl
action on taste Organs and so cltn
the poivuia matten from the yteM
that roy cheeks and good health arc
soon brought back aain, Espreae.
Wm. R HOWE,
rc&Ein sons in
These mills are both solid Wheel,
standard mill fully warranted
firtt-clA. ia every rcepet
Abo furnishes jirat-cJ
RErotENcs Mitchell A Morhart,
Red Cloud, Ed. Gilford, Col. nr ad
draw, WM. If HOWK,
5-3m Cowlcs, Neb.
Wishes to announce that he atill hang out at the old tUaJ, and U tclllag
Grocvtlrs tho same as ever at
THE LOWEST LTVTNG PRICES,
Teas, Sugar, Syrups, Canned Goods, Especially
California Goods, Flour, Feed Corn and
You will also find him at the old Stand of KOSKNTIIAL BBO.'S, whr you
Will find every thiug tn the line of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Such as Flour, from California, Minnesota,
Kansas and Nebraska, also Green and
Dried Fruits. He has now in connec
tion with the Grocery Business,
A FIRST-CLASS BAKERY,
Whero you will always find a choice line of goods generally kcptln a first
class Bakery, and would solicit a share of th public ttfonajn
Thanking'you for for pt favor and cubing continuance
of tho same and as many now ones as may favor him
With a call.
XO TKOVBIsTB TO M1IOW GOOD.
no-4 YOURS TRULY,
C. E. PUTNAM.
SsZCsJb For tho MARKET CARDENEH ?EEi: 2
entRCHAT, KSl V YOL'tt BfMINKS" CAKtm rtlU TStABR I.W.
Louis Cook Manufacturing Co.'s
THJ5 LABGEST AND MOST
"the standard vehicles"
Mtmsie at Tlien-B Wk, Kinarss?frifz
.Brewestcr, Whitney, Copper and Timpkin
Side Bars, and Salidce or Monarch Triple
The Greatest VarieUes of Btyles,
The Finest Two And Three Spring Phsttons,
The Handsomest Barouches in the Market,
Stylish Carriages, Tour and Six Passesfan,
Canopy Top Basket Phaeton.
The Beat riatiortn spring v arons,
Sail Bed and Plain Side Wagons,
. . Open and Top Surrey Wsgoo.
COOK'S "STANDARD VEinCLES are known !! ovr tho worM a w4
asjarr for the xxast moxkt. Do not under any drconMtancas hoy aattl r yso
have sent for our circular of styles and prices. Wholesale trd a SpeoaJty.
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