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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1884)
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Red Cloud Chief.
"ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $1.80 A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF. THE CHIEF.
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1884.
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RED CLOUD CHIEF
EVERY FRIDAY 15 Y
A. C. HOSMER.
' KATES OF ecBsaaiTios:
Cs try. ne r. - - - f 1 50
0no copy, iik months. - "5.
On. eopr. foir month. ... 50.
Entered at the IWofflec In Rod Cloud as niat-
t.r of the F-corid cli-s.
John P. Bnyha, County Clerk.
Chits. Bupchow. County Treasurer.
Geo. O Yeiser. County Judge.
2. W. Warren, Sheriff.
thas. W. Springer, Superintendent of
C. P. Kinker, County Surveyor.
J.M. Mrceuft. County Coroner
J. E. Smith.
Jacob L. Miller, County Com.
Jno. McCallutn )
Business PI recto ry .
Leaiing llsery Ik
J. A. FOWLER, Propreitor.
$T First door north of the National
flank. lied Cloud.
T D. DENNEY M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Omcr. and .-lceping room over
Cook's drug blore.
i)AMEIlELL. M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Red Cloud, Neup.aska.
Omcr: Orer the new postoiEee.
PHYSCIAN AND SURGEON,
Professional Gills promptly attended.
OmcE : At residence near Cowles. S-51
im at p9 e
w Iapwrmnnently located in Red Cloud
Npb., over Stat Bank. lrlnl
tt iffigiggt Dr. H. A. Baird,
, RED CLOUD, . ,. - NEBRASKA.
Frank R. Gump,
A 4.TTOUNBY AT LAW.
RED CLOUD. NE.
Collections receive Prompt attention.
Oiticf. Over the new postofflco Vuild:nr.
t Q R. CflANEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
fitHte Bank hlock. Red Cloud, Neh
C. Y. Kalcy. J. L. Kai.ky.
A TTORXEYS AT LAW.
RED CLOUD, NEIJ.
Auenbs for the B. & M. R. R.
edwin c. hawley,
Attorney At Law,
t J. S. GILHAM,
A TTORXEY AXW COUXSEI.OK AT LAW.
OJficr opposite City Drup Store.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA
0. C. Case. Ja . 3IcXeny
Case & McNeny,
A TTORNEYS & COUXSFL0RS AT LAW.
J Will practice in nil the Court of tbisStste
pnd northern Jvtnfai. Collcctioniii well nr lit
rgatfi busiiics csrefullr nnl eSificntly attend
ed to. Orririt:- first door f.uth of National
Bnk. np tir. RBD CLOl'D. KEB.
Rob. Y, Shiukt
of M OU,
Special Attention Given to Collec
tla Garbcr. Leri Moore,
B D. Jone. F. E. Goble,
Buy ami ill Exchange. Make col
lections. Discount Notes and do a
General Banking Business.
Isterkt Allowed ov 7all Time
, On Farm Property ! .
n Southern Nebraska ami Northern
I Kansas, at iU and y per cent, interest
Without Commission !
RED CLOUD, NEB,
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Of R. L. Tinker, Red Cloud,
Oppose Postofficc. My stock of Furniture and Mortuary Goods,
the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE ever brought to the
the Republican Valley and my prices can not fail to please.
' R. L- TINKER.
Come and Obtain Prices before you buy
a Specialty of
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Two Boors North
Nebraska Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATH, SUING LFS, SASH," DOORS, BLINDS &C.
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY, THE BEST IN THE MARKET AND
SOj! AT T5IE LOWEST P3MCJES.
Four Doors North State Bank,
Mk Fi&tire F;:::;, Brackets 9 k, h,
R. E. HARESNAPE
Red Cloud, Ned.
CatU f4 $r tiJci 3c. pelts.
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A.T THE OLD R ELIABLE
and llsidertakinor fee
will you come, why don't you come ?
of the State Bank.
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elsewhere. We make
R. A.SIM PSOX.
F. A. SWEEZY.
Attorney at Lai
Blue Hill Bank.
SIMPSON & SWEEZY,
BLUE HILL. WEBSTER CO., NEB.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
tpeaial Uare given to Collections, F
Low Hates. Hchool
Bought and sold
Kountre Brothers Bankers, New York
Bank. Omaha Nebraska.
GUIDE ROOK, NEBRASKA,
B. E, Jioare. Pres't John -Moore V. Pres't
E, II. Ambler. Cashior
First National Bank,
FUED CLOUD, NEB.
Capital, - 50,000.
Transact a general banking business, buy and
sell County warrants. Alo County, Pre
cinct and School District bonds. Buy and sell
R.E.Moore, John. 3fo ore.
C.VT. Mosher, . t , K.C.Oatcalt
w. N Riebsrdson.
Acse FiUverhing Harrow,
r CLOD CSUSHE3 AITS LEVEIES,
Weighs much less than other pul
verizing harrows, sells about one third
less, and withal does the most thor
ough work of any.
The Best Thing Out.
For Sale By
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(Continutdfrom last xeui.)
How Watch Cases are Made.
A plate of SOLID GOLD 14 2-10 karats
fine is soldered on each Fide of a plate of
Lard nickel composition metal, and the
three are then passed between polished
hteel rollers. From this plate the various
parts of the cases hacks, centers, hczelsjac
are cut and shaped by dies and formers.
The gold is thick enough to admit of 1I
kinds of chasing, engraving, and engine
turning. The composition metal gives it
needed strength, stiffness anil solidity, while
the written guarantee of the manufacturers
tcarranting each case to wear txccniy years
proves that it contains all the gold that
can iHwsibly be needed. This guarantee
is given from actual r&tdls, as many, of
these cases have been worn perfectly smooth
by years of use without wearing through
the gold. DuucQC. I-. D . I'SH
T ts.vc ofii cdp "f yonr .Iemoj IVc' GvA Witch
O1? for Foremeen jraiK. 1 bought :t cmM.sc!
aad Inowof itataviag been wed irr I ri it.
but do not know "how lon. It loots gxJ or teu
years lom?er. Did not siuivct it was a f.L" I case
until soJafornied by a mder a ehort time since.
I re-t cheerfuily reconamcint yonr cuxe to be til
they ore reprc-eiitcil to I, aaa more.
O. SIcCOASET, Dtp. Chi. inf. Her. SI D': Jvua.
Bnd 3 rnt ilimp (a Er7tt.11. Witch Cv Firtar'ts riilli.
icl.li!. r tar kul'int Illmtraltd PiKpUIt t.huwi.f "mow
Jmh Cm. 1b4 Kej 1... Witrk Cut. in Bad.
(To le Continued.) s
F. M. HAMAKER,
Now Located at Red Cloud,
Is now prepiired to do a general auc
tioneering business, and will attend
and Uike charge of all kinds of Public
Sales in Webster and adjoining coun
ties at the most
kil: Compensation !
Having had fifteen years experience in
this line of business, he feels warranted
in guarateeing entire satisfaction.
For terms apply to him at Miner's
Store, before you engage your man.
Telegraph and mail orders will re
ceive prompt attention. Your orders
respectfully solicted. 29-3m
On and after this date,
General Mer tab, k
Don't forget that they
going to be sold at
Drugs, Paints, Oils
Notions, Wall Paper, Ac.
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
The Red Cloud Chief
A. C. HOSMER,
FRIDAY, MARCH 7. 18S4.
Soon the longhaired eraal poet,
With his manuscript in Iiand,
Will ane lid the iron stairway
To the journalistic land.
With a smile so calm and saintly
For the editor he'll ask.
And request with hesitation
A ienisal of his task.
Then the editor with trembling
Hands the manuscript unties
" Tis oa Spring!" A look of horror
Quickly starts into bis exes.
Willi a'biblical quotation.
He arises from his seat,
And on that long haired poft
ni:iU?ht with both hl tcor.
i Boston rr.
Solving The Mormon question.
The mormon question is generally
regarded as one of the most difficult
problems ever presented to congress
for solution. Stringent bills have been
introduced from tune to time having
in view the suppression of polygamy,
but as yet all the laws that have been
passed with reference to polygamy in
Utah have proved inefficient. Poly
gamy has been made lelony, but tho
difficulty has been, whenever any trial
has been attempted, to secure evidence,
and owing to this deficiency the poly
gamous Mormons have evaded punish
ment at the hands of the law. The at
tempt also to disfranchise polyganiists
hits proved a failure. Commissioners
have been appointed to investigate af
fairs in Utah, to regulate the elections,
and to'see that the laws were enforced,
and to make recommendations on
which to base congressional legislation.
The work of the commissioners, how
ever, does not seem so far to have
been very effective. Throughout tho
entire crusade against polygamy the
Mormons have maintained a bold and
determined front, and have fought
every measure with a vigorous energy
worthy of a better cause. Their zeal
would indicate that they are honest in
their religious belief and doctrines,
one of the principal elements of which
is polygamy. They maintain that they
are being persecuted on account of
their religion, and present some plaus
ible argument in their own defense.
Various methods of solving the
Mormon problem have been presented
time and time again, but so far nearly
even- mode of procedure has been
through legislation against polygamy, ,
and which has had no material effect
in accomplishing the desired result.
Some of the ablest thinkers of this
country, who have been giving this
subject much thought and study, are-'
at last beginning to advocate, as the
true solution of the Mormon problem,,
the division of Utah into sections, to be
annexed to the adjoining states and. -'
territories Colorado, Wyoming, Ida
ho, Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico.
In other words, that Idaho shall no
longer exist as a territory, and that it
shall be erased from the map of the
United States. That congress has the
power to do this with Utah or any
other territory there is no question.
The advocates of this method of pro
cedure believe that polygamy will
never cease until the government of '
the people is taken away from tho
polj-gamists, and the laws are enforced
by courts and officers who have noth
ing in common'witli polygamy. Thi3
whole question will probably be
brought up in connection with a prop
osition to create a new territory out of '
the eastern part of Washington Terri
tory and the northern section of Idaho. .
It is estimated that from 60,000 to 100
000 people from all parts of the coun
try, attracted by the Coeur d'Alene
mines, will settle in eastern Washing
ton Territory and northern Idaho dur
ing the next twelve months, and this
anticipated immigration has given
rise to the proposition to create a new
territory. If it should be determined,
to wipe Utah out of existence as a ter-
ritory, it is more than likely that the "
new Cceur d'Alene territory can be cre
ated without cutting down, the dimen
sions of Idaho, as a portion of Utah
could be added to southern Idaho
Nevada has only a population of sixty
thousand, and if that section of Utah ''
containing ugaen and Salt Lake city
should be annexed to Nevada, that
state would even then have a less pop- -ulation
than she should have to entitle '
her to a member of congress. 'The
plan of cutting Utah up and joining
the various divisions to the contiguous
states and territories is a-practical one ;
and we' believe it will eventually be -adopted.
It would put an eha. to the
ruling power of the Mormons, and '- -their
power once taken away from.-.,'
them, the question of polygamy wooidis
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