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ThcKR mill lire both solid Wheel,
standard mills-fully warranted
fir$t-clas in even respect.
Also furnishes first-class
Rcperenck Mitchell fc Morhart,
Red Cloud, Ed. Gifiord, Cnwle. or ad
dress, WM. II. HOWE,
5-3m Cowls, Neb.
J TRAVEL ONLTHTIAJ
Burl. & Mo. RlvVRailr-
fOR AU. rOINTH
East And West.
Daily Express trains arc now run to
Chicago. Omaha aad Dea
Kansas City, Atchison and
EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY
Omaha and Lincoln,
All Through tmins arc equipped '.h"!'
t.nw ami Wa it v1
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i UUtftXJ flhAUf WH'nlt "f lhn ,I,M-
ki nixin her urn
Day coaches and bnggago and cxfemiir
Cars ol the latest designs.
THROUGH TICKETS AT LOWEST
Arc on sale at all principal station,
where pajtseiiRcrs can obtain informa
tion an to route, rate and connect
ions, and can secure sleeping car ac
comodations. QUICK TIME,
- NO DELAYS,
As trains run to and from Union dc
pots at all principal points.
. S. EUSTIS,
m CURE FOE 9T.n,
JfcfaaafactBred aad for sala by M 8. lUllard
KED CLOUD. NKnilASKA.
A coo refrohlne summer drink, warrnatad.
purely Tcible. Haatpla bottle on trial.
-S. W. SEELY,
Choice Family Groceries,
Fruit a Specialty.
Butter and eggs taken in exchange.
Patronage solicited. Two doors north
Smith Bro.'s Bank.
RED CLOUD, - - - NEB.
GUIDE ROCK, NEBRASKA,
i. K. AULTZ,
FlBur, alee, &c
Pnro Appio Cider always on Tap.
EijaMt Cajh Prise Paid fcr BatUr and Iff.
Country produco bought and sold.
RED CLOUD, . NEBRASKA.
MA THEWS A IT A XXERS.
iip tat doar wait or Webstar Coanty Baak.
BBD CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
in the highest style of the
COJJS AND GET A CLEAN SHAVE.
P. H. O'Connor,
IVboleaalo aad ReUO Daaler !a
Also, Sample Room for tho accom
modation of tho public
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
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SIHPSOH I SWEEZY,
BLUE HILL, WEBSTEE CO., XEB.
A Oantral Baaklat Bafloaai Tranaaetad.
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sopayly )B,awTrB, Oaaa
her son alf u
row, and -
sUiwed JLT. 8HIKKT,
brothen a. Caeliier.
nieces. HK ajak .
Moxby To I)AS on Real Estate. Buy
and sell Exchange and do a general
Bartr k A tklaa. Baaka . York: Tark Cavaty
Bank. Tark. Fanaen' k Mirekaata' Baak,
Yorki Uaioft Nalieaai Baak. Ckleage;
Maak Bftan. M aakar Oa. Llaeala.
W. II. Braoan. U. E. MoKmbt
Attorneys At Law,
red cloud, - - neb.
Jfay fea eoamltd la Kucltik or Garmaa.
ColIaetioBa will receiva ropt atlaaUos.
OFFICB-1 JoorwMtof Stata baak of Rad
'), C.Ciii. Jaa. McNaar.
Case 6c McNbny,
A 1T0BSXTS AND COUN8UOBS AT LAW.
Will rraetlra In all thi Court or tkli Htata a
Nortlirm Kansas. Colleetioni at wall lltlga
td buine rr-tally aad eScieutljr allcadadta.
Orrtca:- Oa WcUtar fitraet. ubo door Bortk
KKO CLOUD, NK1.
J. S. GILHAM,
A TTOUNKY AXD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Officr one door north ofKalry Bron.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRA8KA.
Edwin C. Hawley,
A TTOBNKT C0UN8BL0B AT LAW.
Office: Over Mc Farland's store.
sd cloud, vxb.
Laird & Smith,
attorneys and counselors at law.
Hastings, - Nebraska.
Will practlca ia all tka Coarti or tka SUta.
Prompt attention giTaa to all baauiaai aatnitad
to kia care, ialyl-7
C. W. KXtrr,
Red Ooad. Ntk.
ATT0BJIBT8 AT LAW A BBAL K8TATI
Will praetlra Ib all tka Coarta la Xeferuka
and Boitkare Kanva: eolleetinni rmspUy at
taadad to aad carrtf rondaace aalieitod.
IES CLCTO. Kabmxl.
Alto. AftBta for B. k M, B- B. Laada.
Dr. H. A. Baird,
Dl. C. HCafENCK.
Physician t Surgeon,
Professional calls promptly attended.
Office: At residence near Cowries. 8-51
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at the Store of
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Zephyrs and Stocking Yarn, always
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RED CLOUD, WKBSTER COUNT Y.NfeBKAKA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER. 13. ISS2.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 13,1882.
tat HapuMlaan Tlakat.
JAMB8 W.DAWJW Sallaa:
For Lleataaant Uortraor
A. W. AOKK. Haarfltoa.
K. P. ROGOEN Laaaaater.
LORAIC CLARK Bafjo.
JOIIJC WALLICUS .nail.
ForCotamlMloaerorPak. Laali aad Balldinga
A. Q. KENDALL Ilowarl
For Attorney Gaaaral ,
ISAAC FOWKBS Dakota
For Superintendent I'ablio Iatraetioa.
W.W. W. JONES Iacastar
C. II. OBKi: Laacwtcr.
Piaauklloan County Tiokvt.
R. D. BANNY. . ......Oak Croak.
For Coaatiwioaar. 3d DUtrieL
J. L. MILLER Had Ckad
Raaublloan Senatorial Tlokat.
For Stata Saaator 23J Di.triet.
JOSBPHQARBER Red Cload.
For Float RafreteBUtlra, 41tt Dlatrlet.
C C. CUAl'IN BlTtttM.
Farmars' Alllanoa Tlokat.
JOHr HRBNZBJT, Bad Cload.
For CoaiaiUeioner, 2d Dbtriet,
C. C. C00N..- . Qarltld
For Senator Zld DUtrlet.
M08B3 WILSON Oltnwood
For Float RrpreieaUtira 4Iit DiiL
AW)S DEAN Kracklta Co.
Domooratlo County Ticket.
R. 8.PR0UDF1T r. Qoldo Rock.
For ComBlwIoner 2d DUtxIst.
FRANK BUSUOW BIbo Hill
For Stata Seaator 23.1 DUtrict.
0, C CASE ... .... Rad CToaJ.
For Float RepreisnUttro Hit Diftrlet
FRKB LOHFF.. ..Uircrton
Resolved, that the republicans of Ne
braska in convention assembled, stand
py the fundamental principles of the
republican pnrty as enunciated in an
unbroken lino of national and stato
fdatforms, the chief of which aro free
shor; free speech; the right of every
qualified citicen to vote once at every
election and havo that vote counted
under the restrictions of just and equi
table election laws; free, non-sectarian
schools; sound currency on a specie
basts, under national control; tho rais
ing of national ro venues by taxation of
luxuries and articles of consumption
not essential to the comfort and well
Insing of the people and from a tariff
on imports so adjusted as to protect
homo labor and the investment of cap
ital in homo industries; and legislative
control of corporations.
Resolved, that we uphold and main
tain the enforcement by well consid
ered legislation of Uie clause in our
state organic law that prohibits its un
just discriminations and extortions by
railroad corporations, while recogni
zing the importance of fostering and
protecting them as necessary factors
in our progress and prosperity; and
that we trust to the honesty and cour
age of the people, in their political ca
pacity, to repel encroachments of cor
porate power upon the rights ana priv
ileges of citizens on the one hand, and,
on the other, to deal justly and fairly
with all property interests under what
ever name or form, without unjust dis
crimination or extortion in the matter
of levying taxes, or regulating prices
of commodities or charges for services.
Resolved, that the policy of the state
board of lands and buildings, favoring
the leasing;, for terms of years, of our
school, university aud agricultural col
lege lands, at a fair rental, in prefer
ence to selling the same, under the op
tion given by law, meets with our ap
proval, as the beet possible mean of
preaervinr the heritage of our children
and providing regular and ever increas
ing revenues xor eoucauonai purposes.
CAMPAIGN IS 2D C0NGRZSIONAL DISTRICT
, The Republican Central Committee
Have arranged the following appoint
ments for republican speakers in the
second congressional district:
The Hon. Janes Laird, candidate
for congress, will address the citiaens
of Hastings, on Saturday, October 7th,
at 2 P, x. and 7:30r. X.
At Seward October 9th, at 7:30 P. X.
At Ulysses, October 10th, at 7 JO p.
At David City, October 10th, at 7 JO
At Rising, October 11th. at 2 P. x.
At Osceola, October 11th, at 7:30 P.
Aurora, October 12th, at 7:30 PJC
At York, October 13th, at 7:30 P. x
At Wilbar October ,14th, at 7:30 r
At Friendville October 1 4th, at 7:30
At Geneva, October lftta,at 2 p. as.
At Fairmont, October lath, at 7:30
AtOay Caatra, October 17th, at 2 p.
At Edgar, October JTth. at 7 30 n. at.
At Fairbury, October 18th, at 7 30 p.
At Alexandria, October 19&, at 2 p.
At Hebroa, October lata, at 7 30
At Najaeai, October 2ath, at 2 aa.
At SataatW, Ocirtat 20sa. at?.
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THE PRICE OF LIBERTY,"
will accompany Mr. Laird and address
the people on etch occasion; and
At Rivertoo, October 23d, at at 2 p
At Dioomtngion uctouer sw, ai i 'M.
At Alma, October 24th, at 2 p. m.
At Orleans, October 24th, at 7 20 p.
At Arapahoe, October 22th, at 1 p
At Beaver City, October 2ib, at 7
30 p.m. v
At Indian ola. Oct. 26th. at 2 p m.
At McCook, OcL 26lh at 7 20 p. m.
At Ciilbertson, Oct. 27th at 3 30 p. m.
At Phelps Centre, OcL 2Sth at 3 J0
At Mindcn. OcL 30th at 3 30 p. m.
Hon. O. W. Collin-, Hon. G. M.
Lamhertrtin, Ceii. George 8. Smith,
and other eminent speakers will ac
company Mr. Laird and address the
Local committers will please secure
suitable half for the speakers, and fee
that the meetings arc thoroughly ad
vertised in their respective localities
Appointments for other speakers will
be announced in the future.
Papers in district plc.nc copy.
Geo. V. E. Dor-ey,
Chnirmm State Central Committee.
J. B. McDowell,
Chairman Second Cong. Central
A VERY OLD SETTLER
WHO WAR HORN IN NnnRAKKA IN 1814.
Wo believe Judgo Kinney, of Ne
braska City, lays claim to bting the
father of the first white child born in
Nebraska. Tho Judges son, if our
momorj serves us right, was born in
Omaha Bcltevuc, in 18f4. But here
comes another loy (?) who lays it over
Mr. Kinney's son ju.it ten years, hav
ing first seen the light of day on the
Pawnco rcsrvation in Nebraska, No
vcm!cr 12, 1S44; The old settler is now
a resident of St. Joseph. Mo., and is
very lonesome, ami desires to know if
there nrc any soldiers who fought for
the union, who were born in Nchniskn.
We herewith publish this letter in
full, but wo hnrdly think he will find
the man he is looking for:
St. JosErii, Mo., Oct. 2, 18S2.
Hon. Secretary of Slato, Lincoln,
Nebraska Dear Sir: Have you knowl
edge of any person born in Nebraska,
that wos a soldier in the army of the
union, during the war of 1861 to 1SG5?
I would be very glad to know ofeany
others beside? myself. I win born in
Nebraska November 12, JSII, my
father at the time being a government
blacksmith for the Pawnee Indians.
My father was born at Lava Uric, Can
ada, and mv mother in G.tllia countv.
Ohio. I diluted August 27. 1 803, as a
private, in Co., G. Fifteenth Kansas
cavalry, and was discharged therefrom
as first pcrgHAttt,- OcJoler 19, !$S L
havo lived in St. Joseph since 1849.
Very respectfully your,
We have already alluded to the
encomiums passed on the manage
ment of the Chief since our ownership
of it, and would not havo added this
but for tho facts that additional compli
ments of a hich order, have found
voluntary expression, especially in re
lation to our local department, and wo
deem it would be injustice to all con
cerned, to take to ourselves aU the
credit, for this success. Providence
has been kind in sending to us in the
very beginning of our guidance of the
paper, so able and faithful a foreman
as our Andrew J. Clutc, Jr., to whose
inventive genius, and skill in his
chosen art, the Chief's readers are in
debted for much of the attraction and
interest they find m our columns of
our combined old and young efforts.
As heretofore intimated, discerning
readers will notice a difference in the
spirit and vein of articles, and judge
of their source accordingly. While
ourselves aro given to much of spirit
ual, or religious thought and senti
ment and ideas most common to more
advanced age. Mr. C, is full of those
vivacities, and mirth-provoking quota
tions, and originalities, which so aptly
amuse and interest our rising and
rapidly increasing "Young America."
Whereas, a joint resolution was a
dopted by the Legislature of Nebraska
at the sixteenth session thereof, and
approved Febuary 38, 1881. proposing
an amendment to section anc(l),article
seven (7), of the Constitation of said
State, and that said section as 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 irt this state six
snontaa, and ia the county, precinct or
ward for the term provided by law,
shall be an elector:
First. Citizens ot tho Untied Stales'
Second, Persons of foreign birth who
shall hare 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 e!ection.,,
Therefore, LAlbraus stance Governor
of the State of Nebraska, do hereby
irive notice in accordance with' section
one (I), article fifteen (15), of the Cont
Utatkm and the proratioM of an ac
eatkled "an Acs toprsmde the manner
ofpropceingaKteiM meats to the Con
stkatioa and submitmc the same to
the electors of this Ate,"approved
Feb. 13, 1S77, that said proposed a
meadenaat will be sabmiUed to the
qualified voters of this State for ratifi
cation or rejection atthe general elec
tion to he held oa the 7th day of Xo
Tember.1882. In Witness Weeaat I'arevato-set
saj aaadaanl caaaaslto aalaftxed the
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jSiO $1.30 A YEAH IS THE
Nashvimjc. Trx.Oct, A This mom-
i iog at 4.-30 Mr. Barnard ducovereJ that
u,e nuclcna in the Crow comet
separata! into three fragment,
largest ctimated at 14,000 miles in
length. Tho space between the frag
ments of the nucleus is estimated at
2,000 mile. Yesterday morning Mr.
Barnard observed that the nucleus bad
attuned the form of a log strip, not
Icaj than 21.009 miles in length aud
3,000 in breadth.
Cincinnati, Oct. 5. Professor Wil
son, of the Cincinnati olwervalory, cor
roboratr the statement coming front
Nashville of the separation of the nuc
leus of the comet into three fragments.
I li atateuient of their site, in part,
agrees with vUmU made at Nnhvil!e,
The diturlance makes no diflVranco
in the appearance of tho comet to the
DEMOCRATIC SENATORIAL CON
VENTION. The democrats of the 23d senatorial
district, held their convention at the
court hotm on Satunlay, Oct. 7,1S.S2,
Judge R. N. Simontou of Nuckolbi
county as chairman, and Jacob Rosen
thal of Webster, as secretary. After
the usual proceedings, O. C Cmo, of
Red Cloud, w& unanimously nominat
ed for senator.
Float convention held at same place.
Hon. P. A. Harman4 of Franklin, as
chairman. Mr. Fred Lohfl, of River
ton, wai naiiimously nominated for
Float representative committee 18W.
Franklin, L. II. Thorn; Wolrstcr, Alex.
Bcutly. Addresses were mado by
Messrs. O. C. Caso, Hon. F. A. Har
mon and Judge Simonton, after which
the convention adjourned.
J.vron RosKNTif al, Scc'y.
FRANK JAMES VOIANTARILY
From an article dated Knn?.i.t
Oct. ii, wc gather what follows.
o'clock, p. M., Oct. 5, at Jefferson City,
Mo., the last of tho world-renowned,
out-Iawcd Jnmei Brothers, Frank sur
rendered bin nrms and person to Gov.
Crittenden, with a doubtless confi
dence, thnt iu consequence of thU
movement, and his sworn allegiance
to the government, and loyalty to tho
laws of the land, ho was to be restored
to full citizenship ngain. Let all
watch closely tho result of this move
inenLand c-o whnt lespon of wisdom
liiayTic gleaned therefrom. " -
fMrs. McBrido has removed her stock
of millinery goods, aud will be found
ono door south of Rosenthal's clothing
KA. S. Marsh has just returned from
1 4Tio east with a very fine stock of new
S. W. Scclv sells as good bread as
can be found in this market.
"- Clothing ! Clothing I
A fine lino of clothing just received,
and will lie sold at lottom prices. Call
and see them at J. G. Potter s.
TiMBCa Notice. All are forbidden
removing any timlicr or fuel on the
farms known as the widow's Roas
fa rms . Um ri i key Smith.
i largest assonmeni oi muuncry
goods to be found in the city, at Mrs.
Go to S. W. Secly's for No. 1 winter
wheat fl oti r warranted .
, Drcss'malcing at Mrs. McBride's.
rThe ladies are invited to call and
examine trie new ran good at the leau-
inc millinery storo ono door north of
A Banefleiant Actlan.
The miserable lyoks and feeling "of
those confined at desks or work tables,
arc caused by weak Stomach, kidneys
or IkjwcIs. Parker's Ginger Tonic with
out intoxicatinc; has such a bencfictcnt
action on these organs and so cleanaes
tho poisonous matters from tho system
that rosy cheeks and good health are
soon brought back again, Express.
Imaravamafitfar Mind anal Beaty.
There is more strenjrth-rcstoriop
power in a lUle of Parkers Ginger
Tonic than in'a bushel of malt or a jcal.
of milk. As an appetizer, blood ptrifi
er and kidney corrector, there is noth
ing like it, and invalids consequently
find it a wonderful invfcorant.fot mind
and botlv. Commercial.
$50,000 To Loan
On Real Estate security, at 9 per
ccnL, annual interest, ao commnv
sions, at The Webster County Bank.
Red Cloud. 10-tf
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(P. O. BUILDING.)
n Immense Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing
And General Merchandise.
BIG BARGAINS, MONEY SAVED I
Come and Examine Goods and
Wiahc to announco that he still hnnga nut at tho old aland, and it selling
Groccriea the same aa rvrr at
THE LOWEST LIVING PRICES,
Teas, Sugar, Syrups, Canned Goods, Especially
California Goods, Flour, Feed Corn and
You will also find him at tho old Sund of 'ROSENTHAL BROS, where you
Will rind everything in the lino of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Such as Flour, from California, Minnesotn,
Kansas and Nebraska, also Green and
Dried Fruits. He has now in connec
tion with the Grocery Business,
A FIRST-CLASS BAKERY,
Where you will always find a choice line of gonla generally kept in a first
cln' Bakery, nnd would solicit a -hare of tho publie jrttnnigr.
Thanking you for for past favor and wishing a contitiuanca
of the samo aud as mnnv new ones as may favor him
With a call.
O TROITBrE TO SESOW GOODS.
no-l YOURS TRULY,
0. E. PUTNAM.
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Louis Cook Manufacturing Co.'s
LARGEST AND MOST
FULL CAPACIT1 I.
"THE STANDARD VEHICLES"
Ifaiiie nt Thcfie Wk, Kastttnaelaigr.
Brewester, Whitney, Copper and Timpkin
Side Bars, and Sal idee or Monarch Triple
The Greatest Varieties of Styles,
The Finest Two And Three Spring Fhartons,
The Handsomest Barooche in the Market,
Stvliah Carriacs. Four and fix Passengers,
Canopy Top Basket Phartons,
The Best Platform Spring Wagonc,
Kail Bed an3 Fialn Side Wagoa.
Open stmI Top Surrey Wagon,
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bet for the LaasT xojrrr. Do not under any drcBm-tancw tmf antil jtm
have oent for our circular of strlea and nrices. WrKjfeaal trade a SpeciaJty.
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