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"ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $10 A YEAR IS.THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF.
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, MARCH U, 1884.
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RED CLOUD CHIEF
EVERY FRIDAY BY
A. C. HOSMER.
RATES OF SUBSCRUTIOK:
Oat copy, one year. -One
npy, fix months.
TtJne eopy. four mnnthi.
Entered at the IVtofHee in Red Cloud as mat
ter of the fpcnnd cla?s.
COUNT Y OFFICFRS.
John P. Bavhn, County Clerk.
Chas. Buschow, County Treiurcr.
Geo. 0. Yeiser, County Judge.
J VV. Warren, Sheriff.
(pins. W. Springer. Superintendent of
C. P. Rinker, County Surveyor.
J.M. Mosena, County Coroner.
J. E. Smith. i i
Jacob L. Miller, County Com.
Jno. McCalluin. )
Leaag Millinery itoro
J. A. FOWLER, Propreitor.
(T Firct door north of the National
Bank. Ped Cloud.
r D. DENNEY M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND .SURGEON.
Office and sleeping room over
Cook's drug store.
-p DAMEUELL. M. D.,
' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
REd Cloud. Nebraska.
Ofticr: Ovir the eiw iosio:Jicc.
PHYSCIAN AND SURGEON,
f Cowles. Nebraska.
Professional calls promptly attended.
Office: At residence near Cowles. S-51
permanently located in Red Clond.
"!.. over State Bank. -JI:3!!L
tK T'J W A ITD"T
Frank R. Gump,
A-TTOItSEY AT LAW.
BED CLOUD. NE7:.
Collections receive Prompt attention.
Ornc Over the ncx pogtnfiicw building.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Btntc Bnk Mock. Ee! Cloud. 'eh
C. V. Kalky. J- L. KAI.EY.
4 ITORKEYS AT LAW.
IIED CLOliJ, Mli.
Appnts for the B& 3L R. K. Land?
edwin c. hawley,
Attorney At Law,
red cloud; - neb
J. S. GILHAM,
1 A TTOUKEY ASD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
K Office opposite City Drug Store.
XC.Cae. . Jas. McXcny
Case & McNeny, "
1 TTORNEYS & OOD"E1.0RS AT LAW.
Af Will rracttc in all the tVinrte of tbis Stitc
ind northern Kansas. ColIocrionjuF well as lit
lrated bn!ine6 corcfu'lr nn eE;ienily attend
dtn. OrriCK.- First. door w.uth of National
Bjiiik. nv stair. RED CLOOpSEB.
Lsti Moork. Rob. Y. SnlBKT ,
M Bank i U U,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Special Attention Given to Collec-
flas Garber. Levi Moore,
K. D. Jone. F. - Goble.
A Kobt V-Shirt.
Ruv and sell Exchange. Make col
lections. Discount Notes and. do a
General Banking Business.
"Interest Allowed oxgall Tuie
: HEAL 2SSTATJS
r a a ha i
On Farm Pronertv
n Southern Nchraska and Northern
IKansas. at Sj and 9 per cent, interest
-ill 1.1 iu
n ran m,
luKaW a&- AVMMalSr
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s' f JT THE OLD
Of R. L. Tinker, Red Cloud,
Opposite Postofflce. My stock of Furniture and Mortuary Goods,
the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE ever brought to the
the Republican Vallev and my prices can not fail to please.
R. L- TINKER.
FINE CARRIAGES AND ROAD WAGONS
Of Every Dcseription Manufactured by
The Red Gloud Carriage Works,
Irs Sleeper, Manager,
"We st only the lest material the market affords in the uiaimfactnre of our vehicles, aud
ami thsrreliy luive CThieil a '.vltlesiirejid rcjiiiUitioti for sooi worn. Ifariiisr worked
a lire-time at tl.e Lusiue.ss we feel warnttiteil in ciiarantceiug entire kitis
faetion. "We are also preictred to Io all kinds of
Job Work and Repairing I
Horse-slioeing, Plow Work !
c, at the most rcasonalile iirieeA All work warranted. None litit the best workman
employed. Your orders are i-es;ectfully .solicited.
SS-AVe are now IiK-sitwl In OUK NEW JJKICKKUIL1)IXG, where itc wUl lc glad to
ste :il! onr friends and patron.
Nebraska Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLFS,
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY, THE BEST IN THE MARKET AND
OX. AT THE LOWEST PRICKS.
Four Doors North State Bank,
RED CLOTJD, TSIEBEASKA.
Famitiire, Fichf e Frames. Brackets 9 h, h,
R. E. HARESNAPE
Red. Ci.orn, Nicn.
Cash paid Sot hides Jc pelts.
and Undertaking House !
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS tC.
t&felrlifll THE BEST 0F B
w wiB I
OK iT JH ALWAYS m HAND.Hl
1. JkyWkmZ'r-S3ymami amwZ'zj3aZ-rmLKzWK.
By Patronizing Home you
can always get
At Same Prices !
you will have to pay for
inferior article shipped
from the east. All of
our uuggies are
CLOUD CARRIAGE WORKS
F. A. SWEEZY.
Attorney at Law
Blue Hill Bank.
BLUE HILL. WEBSTER CO., NEB.
A Ooneral Banking Business Transacted.
Special Care siren to Collections, Farm
Loans at Low Rates. -School Bonds
Bought and Sold
Kountzc Brothers Bankers. New York City
Bank. Omaha Nebraska.
R. E. Ifowre, Pres't John Moore V. Prea't
E. H. Ambler. Cashier
First National Bank
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Capital, - 50,000.
'T'ranFact a general banking business, bay and
sell County warrants. Alo County. Pre
cinct and School District bonds. Buy and sell
R- U. Moore, John Ifoore.
C. W. Mosher, K. C. Outcalt
". N Richardson.
Acme FtUverizing Earrow9
. CLOD CSVSHSS A1TD LEV2LEI.
Weighs much lees 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
33tr Ambov Keb.
QTATE OF NEBRASKA, WEBSTER COUNTY.
v Toairtcwhora It may concern r The com
missioner appointed to view and report uion
cerUiin lines of roads to he vacated aud relocat
ed as nra?ed for in a certain netitiaa dulv stm.
edpresented and filed wiUi the count clerk of
iaiu. ixjuuty , siuuu: -toHuuencing sue sec
tion comer of sections 27, 28. 33, ana 34. tewn
shinvliane 11 in Webster coimty, Nebraska,
and vacate the road known as the Ked Clond aad.
Kearney road, running uorth from said corner
through sections 28.1, 1G, and 9. in said town 3,
Range II, and relocate and establish said toad
ou the section lines between said sections 2g, 21.
16, and 0, and on toe west of said proposed road
"and sections 27, 22, 15, and 10 in said town and
Bange on the east of said proposed road, running
thence west along the north line of sectim
aforesaid, to intersect the road as formerly plat
ted, in Webster county, Nebraska," has reported
favorable, and recommends the vacatlmiand es
tablishment of said Hues of roads as prayed fur
In .aid petition. And all objections thereto, or
claims for damages, must be filed in .the countv
.clerk's oOk-e. on or before nnon of. the 22nd day
of Miirch. A.D.1P81, or such roads will le va
cated and established without reference thereto.
lld Cload; Neb., February 22. 16M.
'ftC2MTv .1. r. IfAvnA. Contv Clerk;.
How Watch Cases are Made.
It is a fact not generally known that the
Jama Bos? Gold Waich Qua really con
tain more pure gold than many "solid"
gold ca&es The demand for these watch
eaM3 has led to the manufacture of a very
poor grade of solid gold watch cases
low in quality, and deficient in quantity
These cases are made from 4 J to 10 karats,
and a 5 or 6 karat case kronen sold for 12
or 14 karats. It is kot economy to buy a
watch case so poor in quality that it will
soon lose its color, or one so soft that it will
lose its shape and fail to shut tight, thus
letting in dust and damaging the works, or
one so thin that a slight blow will break
the crystal, aud perhaps the movement.
It IS economy to buy a Jama Bosf Gold
Watch Case, in which none of these things
ever occur. This watch case is not an apart'
meat it has been made nearly Viirly yean.
Hazueton. Pa-. Oct 34, 1892.
I sold two James Bom' Gold Watch Cases thirty
yean ago. trhen they first came out, aud they are in
good condition yet One of them is carried by a
carpenter. Mr. L. W. Drake, of Hazleton, and only
EhoVsthe wearin one or two rlsces; the other by
Mr. Bowman, of Cunningham. Fa.; and I can pro
duce one or both of these cases st any time.
8H.TKSTXB EKOIX, JttrtUr.
Stud S ml itaap to KrjiUa. IT.Uk tu. Tartaric, nil.
SrlskU. I'-, far kuibMB lUwtratNl ruapfcUt Onlifkiv
iumm Umtf ami UjUma TUk lu an .
(Jo be Coniinxud.) 4
F. M. HAMAKER,
Now Located at Rod Cloud.
Is now prepared to do a general auc
tioneering business, and will attend
and take charge of all kinds of Public
Sales in Weteter and adjoining coud
ties at the most
Es.io.illc 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,
Will offer his
Bend Merchuiise, h
Don't forget that they
going to be sold at
j qHI Brinka 3
Drugs, Paints, Oils
INtions, Wall Papr, Jtc.
Red. Cloud,. - Nebraska.
It is now generally known that re
duction of the national debt for Feb
ruary was much smaller than usual,
amounting as it cn'd to not more than'
$2,582,587. There is an explanation of
fered for this and it is that an unusual-"
ly large amount was required from the
treasury for pensions. But as the av
erage reduction of the precedmgmonths
of the fiscal year would make the an
nual extinguishment for 1883 over
$100,000,000. there is no reason for"
complaint of the February statement.
The free-trade journals complain that
it shows no. reduction whatever, the'
Herald, which has become the princi-'
pal organ of European manufacturers7
and New York importers, assuming
that the sooner "the rapid extinguish
ment of the debt is stopped the better."
The government, it says,, has establish
ed its ability to manage an enormous'
debt, and, having done that, congress
should provide for leaving the debt
alone, which is to say, to let it hang"
like a great weight upon the country,
and only in order that "commerce
with foreign nations shall be restricted
as little as possible by protective du
ties." Our esteemed contemporary
should have learned by this time that
protective duties are levied not only'
for revenue, but for protecting itself,
and that they are now serving the
double duty of extinguishing the debt,
without the people being directly taxed
for reduction, and of protecting our
manufacturers and workingmen the
former in their profits, the latter in1
their wages. Because duties on for-
eign goods are doing this admirable'
double service, the country has at the'
present time no intention whatever to
remove or even to reduce them. It is
quite satisfied that they shall be util
ized for a while longer (1) to protect
our native industries, (2) to extinguish
the debt, and (3) to pay the pensions
of the brave men who fought to per-,
pctuate the union. IVhen protection
shall no longer be necessary, when the
debt shall be paid, and when the pen
sion list shall be reduced, the country
will probably consider the the ques
tion of tariff reduction. At present it
will not. Omaha Republican.
For The Ladies.
Tuffed draperies arc on the horizon".-
The new sateens are prettier than"
No jewelry should be worn on the
Medicls collars are the fashion on
The Lnngtry knot is still the fashon
able coiffure for street wear.
Girls now wear bunches of ribbon on
their corsages when they canuot get
Susie Rites, of Clinton, Me., twelve
years old, weigh3 187 pounds. . She de
tests the sight of slims.
The newest handkerchiefe have just
the faintest suggestion of a hem, and
are made of plain white linen.
Color blindness is almost unknown
among women. No wonder the fair sex
is successful at matching goods.
Panels of rich black lace, embroider
ed with jet, are used as a trimming on
many black satin reception dresses.
Artemus Ward once said that ladies
is the "soothinest" of life's blessings.
That is what makes thein such good
nurses. The new mutton leg sleeves are full
at the top and very close below the el
bow ; their beauty is increased by mak
ing them long and pushing the upper
part far above the arm-holes of the
It is easier for a caramel to go .into
the mouth of an idol than for a wo
man to avoid-looking behind her "to
notice the "horrid set" of the dress of
the womanhe has just passed.
. The old fashioned paste buttons, con
verted into brooches, fasten bonnet
strings under one ear; diamond ar
rows are placed lower down, and larger
and handsomer ornaments quite under
A new invention has been discovered'
by the ladies to ltill off the surplus
from their ranks. They chew cotton
rags to improve their complexions, and
as ithe cotton is bleached with arsenic'
they have what is known as the "dead
drop" on the druggists. TheVgirls can
now get their complexions bv the
Two Hockland young women indulj;--ed
in a glove contest the other day.
The gloves were a pair of kids, and the
contest arose because one of the girls,
who owned the gloves, objected to her
sister wearing them to a, dance. In.
the encounter, which lasted only two,
brief rounds, something like" two
pounds ofbrtck hair waj torn off
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