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ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $L30 Ag
ISTHE PRICE OF THE CHIEF.
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY,. MARCH 28, 18S4,
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RED CLOUD CHIEF
V I7VEKY rEIlJAY BY
RATES OF S-CBSCFU1TI0X:
0b enpy. ono year. - - - 1 50
On copy. ix months. - 75.
Gp copy, four months. - 50.
Entered at the I'onofflce in KeJ-Clouds mat
ter of the second clacs. "
John P. Bayha. County Clerk. .
vHiitWvSnrinRer, Superintendent of
C. V. Rinlcer, County Surveyor.
' J. M. Mosena, County Coroner.
J. . Smith, ) - -. -
Jacob L. Miller, Countv Com.
Jno. McCnlhun. ) -
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illiisrf fa !
J. A. FOWLER. Propreitor. .
J5T Firet door north of the National
tf ank. lied Cloud.
T I). DENXEY 31. D.,
rHYSICIAX AND SURGEON.
Offick and sleeping room over
Cook's dnu store.
t- DAJMEUELL. M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Rnd Cloud, Nkkkaska.
OrrtcKr Over ther.cw rooi5ce.
THYSCIAN AND SURGEON,
Professional ealls promptly attended.
Office: At residence near Cowles. S-nl
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permanently located in Red Cloud
Nph.t over State Bank. 17-3m
Dr. H. A. Baird,
Frank R. Gump;
a ATTOKXEY AT LAW.
RED CLOUP. XKB.
Collection!" rehire Prorapt attention.
0 rtCK Over the nejt rostogc bniMinr.
ATTORXwY AT LAW
State Bnr.k hlork. Red Cloud. Seh
C. W. KAI.F.Y. " J- L. ICalcy.
Kaley Bros. -
TTOHXEYS AT LAV.
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Acents for tho B. it M. R..R. Lands
EDWIN G. IIAfLjT,
Attorney At Law,
J. S. GILHAM,-
A TTOUXEY AX COUXSE.OR AT LAW.
Office opposite City JJrug Store.
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA
Case & McNeny,
J,Clias. Buschow. (.ounty Lreasurcr
. 4eo. O. Yeispr, County Judge.
l A TTOR3CEYS COUSSTOIBS AT r. W
,t J W HI rractie in all the Courts of tbi tate
and nortbem Kp.ui. Col Wtlnn ras well r Itt
flt4 ba.ine carefully an4-f5fiently artead
q to. Omcxi- First dvr uth of Nial
friak. nil staiff. RED CLOLD. NES,
RED CLOUD. NEB.
Spacial Attention Ctven to Collec
Silas Garbcr. Iey Moore,
K. 1). Jones. F. K. Uoble,
Buv and sell Exchange. Make col
lections. Discount Notes xnd do a
Oeneral Banking Business.
IXTEREeT ALLOWED .OK JALL u TliTE
Deposits. ir --
On Farm Property !;
Southern Nebraska and Northern
Kansas, at 8J and 9 per cent, interest
.; -.Without Commission !
r- Ai'ri. to
RED CLOUD. NEB.
the LARGEST and
FINE CARRIAGES AND ROAD WAGONS iBBttST
Of Every Description
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ilm' only the lnst mnti'ri;il th :i::irlwt affonl- Jn the livrinfnrlure of our veJiicles. and
and tltereiiy have sr:iiitil :i wJdesqmT.d rvimtatioa for good wirk. Ilavlnj: worked
a life-time :tt the Imslisrss. v lei'l waiTaatt'tl in wnrar.trcing wstirc'sati
f:irti(ii. V art also jtrciuirvd to 1 ail kiml.-. of
Job Work and Bepairing !
Horse-shoeing, Plow Work !
&c. at the most reasonable nrirt's. Ail vitrk vcnrnmt'til. Xone lmt tfcc best workman
t'lnplorcil. Yonr ordoi are rcsiietrtiully solicilt-d.
1ST We are now l.K-atwl In OUi: NEW KKICK I'.L'ILDIXG, wlie re we will le plail to
jea all our friends and patrons.
LUMBER, LATH, SHIXGLFS,
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY, THE BEST IN THE MARKET AND
KOEi3 AT THE Z.OWJEST PRICED
Four Doors North State Bank,
Firiia Mm 1m
R. E. HARESNAPE
mn 1 m,
Red Cloud, Neb.
Cash paid for aider k pelts.
AJT THE 0!LX JvBLIB"LE j.
and Undertaking Hou
RTL. Tinker, Red
My stock of Furniture arid Mortuary Goods,
Valley and my prices can
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SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AC.
VfiSSitk " aBssaV
ever brought' to the
not fail to please.
trv , a
Patronizing Home you
can always get
At Same Fiices !
'That you willjiave to pay for
an inferior article shipped
, in from the. east. All of
CLOUD CAREIAGE WORKS
. Notary PaWic.
f . A. SW'EEZY.
Attorney at Law
iir Hill ank.
SIMPSON & SWEEZY,
BLUE HILL. WEBSTER CO.,. NEB
A General Banking Eusine?? Transacted
Special Caro ctcn to Collections, Iltrm
Loans at Low Kates. School iloniii
Uoncht aad riold
Koant2 Brothers Bankers. New York City
Bank. Omaha Nebraska.
R. K. Jfowre. Tio't John Moore V. Pres't
, 11. Ambler. Cashier
First National 3
RED CLOUD, NEB. "'
Capital, - 50,000.
f ransnet a gcneralSbankins bn.inw. buy and
e'l t'xnnty w-rrant-. Alo County, Pre
cinct and School .District bonds. Buy and sell
R. . Moore, 3 John ifoore.
C. W. Mosher. R. C. Outcalt
flT. N Richardson.
F. M- HAfWAKER, -
Now Located at Red Cloud,
Is now prepared to do a general auc
tioneering business, and will attend
and take fhanic of all kinds of Public
Sales inVelster and adjoining coun
ties at the most
Having had fifteen years experience in
this line of hu.due&-, he feels Avarranted
in truarateeinir entire satisfaction.
For terms apply to him at Miner's'
Store, before von encage vour man. I
Telezraph and mail ordei-s will re -
ceive prompt attention. Your orders i
CTATE OF NEBRASKA. WEKSTEK COUNTS'.
To all to wliojtt it may fonwni: The com-
inisiouT nppoint:d to v:ov and reiort upon
Lvrtjiln lines of ro.-uls to ie vjicfM said rciwat-
tn .lis nmvwl fur n n c'rf:iti liflitimi 1'tilv v!t
cd lirescntcd and fild with the cotsnty :lrrkit
sam cniuuy, .;s loitnu-s: toninieiicinz at me sec
tion comer of sections 27. :, as, ami 31. town
?hit ii Kansas 11 in "Webster c(unty, Xebniaka.
i!id vsicitM.tlie road known as the Ifed Cloud and
Kearney rojitl. nmnini: north lnm said t-onier
throaj;li .set-tions C.-pl. Ifi. and fl. in ?aid town 3.
ltanse 11, ami relocate and establish said road
oa the. section lines between said sections IB. 21.
is, aud !. and on the west of said pmiosed road
and sections 27. 22. !.". and 10 in said town and
Jiange on tlie cast of said proposed road, running
thence west along the north line of section 9
aforesaid, to intersect the road as formerly plat
ted, iu Webster county, Nebraska,' bas reported
favorable, and recommends the vacation, and es
tahlfohmcut of said lines of roads as praved for
In said petition. And all objections thereto, or
claims for damages, must be flled hi the crtanty
clerk's office, on or before noon of the 22nd dav
of March. A. P. lt. or such roads, will be va
cated and established without reference thereto;
Ked Cloud, Neb., Febnflrv. 1I.
feb2Mw-. J. P.-feAVHA.-tVmty Clerk.
bus Cointios !
How Watch tases are Made.
In 1875, thirteen men comprised the
entire working force used in the manu
facture of the Jones Boot Gold Waiek Que.
If ow overre hundred are employed, and the
number ia constantly increasing. The rea
son of this increase is this: In the Jama
Bot Gold Watch Gate all the metal in sight
and Kibject to wear issoh"d7oW,while the re
mainder, wnicn only lenos sirengin w ua
nuu hi of stronger metal than gold.
ivinr mid where cold is needed, and
Rimmr. elastic metal where strength and
elasticity are needed, a combination pro
ducing watch case better than solid gold
and at OHE-HAXF the cost. .jsjgja
.- Over 200,000 of these cases f&
have been sold, and every jeweler in the
country can testify to their quality and
meriL LTOrseTOT.MicH-Dec. 6. Hi
E. VT. Mh. Of tbo JVaoerot. boa 3.S
Gold Watch cane Wyearo.mnd eaittad It nnttl
short timeatm. vrhoi I puichiBed it, and ua to a
that natural to any cane, and I am Mtlsnea can do
mTT.K. m14.4 wM !- vmttnsrtwtcAthTnCttlCY. I
mard them a the onlycaseo of thla kind a Jewder
shonld cll who desirua to jrive nl coomera tho
worth of their money or values hia reputatioa.
mk nt Mam to IV W.IA Caw rMtorbs nOm.
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tmmm Baa aa4 Ktjftmm Watch Cmm an .
Analysis by Dr. A. Voelcker. P. R. 8 Con
snlitn? Chemist Royal Agricultural Society,
England, shows cnlv a trace ot nitrates In
UlauKwpH's liull Durham ToMoca The soil
of the;o!rte:i Ueltot onhCarollna. In which
this tobauco is grown, don't supplr nit rates to
the leai. That Is tiie secret or It.-? dellcloua
n;lldas3. Kothin? so pure and luxurious lor
sinoUluir. Imn'tlorpet the brand Xore gen
uine wit hou t the trade-mark ol the Cull. All
acaiens have it.
When frtin rnarrria
lia solace U t ournl in
law tuuulin Tvbureo.
On and after this datei
Will offer his entire
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Uon t IOTPfet that theV
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going to be sold at
M Tears Ezporieatoe FKEZ.
9f'.H2Tr5uO2Jl nilnal De
Wllty, Early Decay, Low of
C YSfliafMdpea i. ---T - ntl? Trutaii !.
Dr. TT IWUAn, if nvtCrL
omory, aa., MO
L far 1UX Q wtmTJm
It iarinatrth ai
IfVtniwu. Tmm Urn. Cam-i.
UBi. Draa Htfmh SteaV. aa4
Sndrr aaiKl asttn. Urn
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Bau t't(iolceUlouuaia I .
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lljr Lum SmoLiity Tu6urco. 3
te -apg--aaaaM aaaar Sa-ataaw Saarr
The Red Gloud Chief
A.C. HOSMER,- - - Proprtot
FRIDAY. MAKCH 28, 1884.
A TTkkei Jte.
The members of the Oil Exchange are
a rather swell set of young men.
but the lead in the matter of clothes i
taken br a vouth known as "the dude,".
j whose name is withheld for the sake of
I his relatives. The dude strolled into
the Exchange during a dull hour yester-
" dav. and Solomon in all his glorv was
never arrayed like one of him. To be
gin near the bottom, his feet (thedude's.
not Solomon's) were incased in thor
fflo35ie?t of patent" leathers: his trousers'
! fitted like the paint on a lamp pest: his
i coat had never a crease from Up to top;
I 13 linen Was StarcneU nnlU It snonc.amr
' hi collar was perfection itself.and raised
I hw cjiin so that hcould only gaze at
throau But his tout ensemble, so U
speak, was completed and net off by the'
darlingest silk hat imaginable with tho
broadest and most curling of t brims and
a beautifully bulgent top- Altogether
he was radiantly, daaalingly beautiful..
The dude stopped near the middle of
the floor, struck an attitude much af
fected by garden statuary and gazed
serenely and pityingly tipo'n his common ..
place fellow-brokers. But horror of
horrors! A rude man came behind him
and jerked the silken tile from his head,
antl the next moment it was thrown to,
the floor, had received a kick, and a1
dozen brokers were running after it.'
I They surrounded it, scuffled for it, and
away it sailed again towaru the ceiling
with" the entire membership of the Ex
change, save only the owner, in wisely
pursuit Round and round the floor
gamboled the merry brokers with the
hat before them. Now it was sufferiag
in their midst, then it shot over the floor
in desperate efforts to escape, only to bo
again overtaken, trampled, Kicked and
trodden until it presented .an appfcsT"
ance as if it had been laid down' on by a'
cow and then snent a summer under a
dust heap, and the ay brokers" Were
tired out and perspiring.
The dude, during this terrible period,
stood aghast, and with horror depicted'
in every feature, turned in frozen des
pair aa the eambols of his wicked as-.
sociatesledthemto the four cardinal
points of the room's compass. But when'
a grinning messenger-boy brought him
the battered corpse of his predons dicer,
he forced a smile which was only a des-
olate mockery of happiness, sad re-'
"Aw dawn' t care, anyway. It was
an old hawt.
Thea the rode man who had torn the
rile from the unhappy adolescent's head
approached, and handed him the silken
bat uninjured, and the dnde learned
that be had been the victim of a wicked
joke. An old hat had been sub-"
stituted on the floor, while the jokef
held the. victim's tile behind his back..
And it came to pass that the noise of
the unholy lausrmer was so great as to
jar the ticker into the waste basket, and
the dude will wear a derby bat to-day.
and forever after while on the floor of
the Exchange. N. Y. Times.
Hew Sahara Ears are OMalned.
About the 25th of October tho work of
stripping is begun and contimied till tho
whole number of fish has been attended
to. The fish when wanted are takes
from the water in a dip net, and their
condition readily ascertaiaed by gently
pressing the abdomen just back of tho
pectorial lin. If the ova are ripe thev
will be felt like so many peas beneath;
the skin, and a slight" pressnre will
cause them to be deposited in a pan
placed for that purpose. If the ova are
not ripe, or the fish not disposed to yield
them, she is returned to the water for a
few days longer. After the ova has beem
deposited the milt is obtained from the
male in the fame manner, and imme
diately after falling upon the ova, it
diffuses itself among them, causing them
to at once individualize and grow harder,
till within two hours thev will b as hard
as unripe peas and perfect globular in
form. At once after this fertilizing pro-"
cess the ova are washed several timtw
in cold water, and then set away m cold
water for a couple of hours, that all im
purities may be removed. The number
of eggs obtained from each fish varies
from two thonsaad to twenty thousand,
the latter number having been obtained
this season from a forty-four inch sal
mon estimated to be a" dozen or more
years old, and about as old as any are '
ever obtained for spawnirrg purposes, as'
the age of such fish are estimated to be"
from four to fourteen years. At the ex
piration of the two hours mentioned
above the ova are preparad for the'
hatching troughs by being placed use'
wire screens with meshes about ata
eighth of an inch square. These screcaa'
are enclosed in frames a foot square, and1
thick enough to allow a half inch of water
to flow beneath each one. to assist -whick
an eighth of an inch is Temoved'"
from the bottom of each of the four"
sides for threefourths of their length.
Ten of these hatching frames are then
placed above each other ia a akektots
frame to form a "nest,1' aad the whole
then deposited in the hatchiag trotachaof "
deptk anil widtk just raeWto co
tainarowof tikes -neat, after which
the water MTaredoaaada steady flow
naintauMd through the' trough feTl the'
lauerpartof JaMary. whe the ova
will haveeveloped as much as it is'
efe to allow before diitribatkm1 amomr
the several States, nader whose care
they are fiaallr hatchet! and disposed of -as
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