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'ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $l.SO A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF.
RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1884.
RED CLOUD CHIEF
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A. C. HOSMER.
HATES OF SUIJ5C 11TI0N:
cojy. one year. - - - SI 50
One copy. ix months. - "'
Vnc cupj". foar ininth. - M-
Kntrrod at the 1 Vtofllcc in Ilcd Cloud as mat
ter of tho second cla.
John P. Bayha. County Clerk.
Chiis. Buschow, County Treasurer.
G. O. Yeiser, County Judge.
J. W. W:irren, hcrill'.
CJ.:i". W. Springer. Superintendent of
C. 1' Uinker, County Surveyor.
.1 M MoM'iia, County Coroner.
J. K. mith, )
Jaid.L. Miller, V County Com.
Jim. MeCalhun. )
J. A. FOWLER, Proproitor.
rxf Yrt door north ot the National
I'-Ti'k. Red Clou !
t D. DENNEY M. D.,
PHYSICIAN' AND SURGEON.
Oj ; k'f and -lccping room over
Co k'" druir -tore.
W damekell,m. d.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Iii1 Ci.orn, Ni:u!:-ka.
OrFTf- Uvrrlthe'r cw jooijcc.
PHYSC1AN AND SURGEON,
Pnfes-ional call promptly attended.
Ot-H' K : At residence near Cowles. 8-51
Ipermat:ently located iti Red Cloud
eh., overstate Hank. J:lm
a Dr- h- a- Baird
CE1) CLOUD, - NEBRASKA.
Frank R. -Gump,
a ATTonNKY AT .A'.V.
Collections rcivp I'rorart Vtoiitioii.
0VICK-Over the!ncwfpr.stifilCM ImiMing.
s R. C1IANEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
State Rank Moek. Red Cloud, Neb
C. W. Kuxy. J. L. Kaixy.
TTORXEYS AT LA IV.
RED CLOUD, NER.
Agents for the R. & M. R. R. Land"?
edwin c. 11awley,
Attorney At Law,
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A TTOKNKY AND rot'NSKI.OU AT LAW.
OJi.v oppoi;! City I)rv Wnrr. j
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA
0 C. Oia- Jaa McNcny
' Case Sc McNeny,
ijntod lu-mc C!irifnU Mnl cm u-miy aii-ii--lt-
Opi-ipk - :irt door "jth "I nt.onal
i:nk. nn sMr. HUl t. U. Nr.lt.
Von. V. SiiiP.fy
Iti M i M M,
RED CLOUD. XEB.
Special Attention Given to Collec-
DIIlkCIUKS: , .
Hilas Gnrbcr. I-cvi Mrore.
K U. Joac. F. K. Goble.
Buy and i-ell Exeliane. Make eol
letions. Diseoum Notes and do :
General Banking Business.
..Istkkkbt Am-oukd ox all TimhJ
It. E. Vf.nre. Trci't .fol-n Moore V. 1'
K. II. Aulilcr. Ci-hier
First National anK j -Draicr,in-red
CLOUD. NEB. Fresjh Meats,
Ciiitsil. - 50,000.' Lard.
r?'rncact a c-nerarbankinf: businHf.. lny and -rrTTrTr .I'lD"
Fi'l r.i:iiiy vrwrranty. Alo 'untjr. ere-
rinct nd chool District bond?. Buy and elI j
Foreign ExcbMnce. ;
t- DIKKCTOi:?: i
B. fi. Moore.
K. C. Outoalt
iV. K i:ich8rJj-a.
Opposite Postofflcc. My stock of Furniture and Mortuary Goods, is
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 Description Manufactured by
The Hsd Gioud Garnage Works
WV u-o on!-, the lM.t m.ittrJ:iJ tin- Market a!rinls in tin manufacture of our M-liiclt's. and
:im! t. n.l. !i:i'iEi:wl:iwiiisj n-:i.I ivput-'itknifor itoml work. Iiaxiuworkutl
a lifr-tiinr Ht tl t- tni-!nf.. w loi-l uarnmti'd In iiiuiraiitrfiiig entire satis
f;i'tii'ii. Ve aiv .iWt invpan-il to to .ill kimN of
Job Work a,nd Repairing !
Horse-slioeiiig, Plow Work !
Ac., at theiiiO'ttvavonal.l iirlc.. All work warranted. Vone lint tin be..t workman
r:u;Iu; ett. our onSi-rs ar. i e;--tli:!lj solicited.
JT WV an now located in OL'J: Ni:V r.i:KK nt'IUlINC, where we will le jjlad to
5if .ill our friendi and ji.itn):i-;.
Nebraska Lumber Co.,
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AC.
DRY LUMBER A SPECIALTY, THE BEST IN THE MARKET AND
KOK 4T:TM MWEST PRICES.
X&iAtH C2HI tm Q wSkI
Four Doors North State Bank,
i RED CLOUD,
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Red Ci.ori), Neb.
Cafh Jsld for hidejTi rdt.
BUY YOUR GOODS !
A.T THE OLD
eirnitoe and Undertaking House
THE BEST OF
l&tfm A I WAYS
&m ALWAYS fM HANn
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g sg- .-s g Rmri
IPatroni ze Home.
Patronizing Home you
can always get
! ACSame Prices !
'That you will have to pay for
I an inferior article snipped
i in from the east. All of
j our Buggies are
RED CLOUD CAREI AGE WORKS
lrrnil;RrMiaWlfc I gfHJ
Will be mail'-i eBECtO all applicants and to
customers of last "66 year without ordering it.
It contains Illustrations, prices, descriptions and
directions for planting all Vegetable and Flower
Seeds Plants, etc Invaluable to a".
On Farm Property !
Southern Nebraska and Northern
Kansas, at 8 and 9 per cent, interest
Without Commission !
fl IlffllL IMS,
RED CLOUD. NEB.
P .M. HAMABCER,
Now Located at Red Cloud,
Is now prepared to'do n general auc
tioneering luisine8., and will attend
and taki eharire of all kituN of Public
Sales in Vel.-ter and adjoining coun
ties at the most
hmvk hfiiiik !
Having had fifteen years experience in
this line of htiMiiess, he feels warranted
in sxiarateeintr 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 solietcd. 29-3m
Mrs. S. M. Cupp,
Is )reparel to ilo ;ill kinds et
At her reiilen.-e, in the rear of L. ll.uiin's store. ornnr?Q QVQ n 0 fnTTn f C G
Sin- is ptvparo to nukp. 1H -uul cut dresses in the j &VJUU.O CLl t I1U L U LULLLL dS
.Xi' ami tiviNt ajjnnvd f.u-ldoiis. at U;. nKct rOTtPflsontflfl rvrt ovom
rcasonahlc jrii-.. Al! kimls of s-uiiiK doiu-. f CJ1 CStHLfcJLl Ull tJi.a.-IlL-rallnmt
sep liL'rnhvnjuri want :uithiiu' in i)-i t - o 1 ryt
die&tiHiWiiKl'nc. Vtt illclLIUil.
All Are Invited !
Large Stock !
And the Finest Line
The Golden Eagle
As an Extra Tnduce-
meut we offer
a chance to win
$20, $10 and$5
In goods such as he may
want to Select. Prize to be
Drawn July 1, 1884.
State Bank Block.
Money refunded if the
T he Red Cloud Chief
A. C.:H08MERt - - Proprietor
FRIDAY, APKIL 15, IJM.
BCSrSE ANDiNEW YORKT
The following article is taken frqm
Harpers Weekly, 'and written by George
W. Curtis, the leader of theIndepend
ent wingof the Republican party of
New York and a friend of James G.
Blaine. Mr. Curtis is in a position to
back up what he says, and for that rea
son the article should have great weight
with men who are in doubt as to the
strongest man forjthe presidency in
The question js of the highest im
portance, because the vote of New York
is usually thought to be indispensable
to Republican success, and that voto
willbe undoubtedly determined by the
Independent. votere.It;is not enough
for success,-' to demonstrate even if
that were possible that this or that
man could be nominated'JatXChicago.
It must be shown also that he could
probably carry New York. Ex-Governor
Clailin says that Mr. Blaine could
not carry Massachusetts. We presume
that few well JnformedJjepublicans
suppose that he could carry New York.
Such a hopecouldbe cherished only
by enthusiasm which is sure tluvt
an' candidate who should be nomi
nated by the republicans at Chicago
would be approved by New York. The
reasonsforithis conviction in regard to
the unavailability of Mr. Blaine are
various, and among them, a affecting
the politicians, must be included the
fact that Mr. Blaine, although himself
the author of the phrase "Stalwart" in
New York.'as chiefly instrumental in
the great Stalwart humiliation of 1881.
This feeling.would make hearty sup
port of candidacy very difficult for
many Republicans of that "stripe."
They would not protest or bolt, but
they would see with equanimity tho
failure of Mr. Blaine to reach the goal
which Mr. Conkling could not win.
But the graverreasons which would
alienate the controling Independent
vote are cf another kind, and of a kind
which would make the campaign,
prolonged defense, when such a neces
sity would be disastrous.
These reasons, as we understnnd
them, are, first, the character o'. to
disclosuresMn lSTGregarding the rail
way transactions. The wholestory
would be told again, and would require
explanations which would be no more
satisfactory to Independent voters now
than they were'when first made eight
years ago. The second reason is
the apprehension of a "vigorous," or
"brilliant," or "dashing" and restless
foreign policy, which" under existing;
circumstances would probably lead to
undesirable foreign complications.
The third reason is an apparent want
of sympathy with administrative re
form, which has never received any
hearty support from Mr. Blaitte, which
s, indeed, hostile to the school of poli
tics in which he isheld to.be a master,,
and which has been contemptuously
assailed by his near friends. To these
reasons may be added the fact that
many of the Independent voters of New
York are friendly to revenue reform,
while Mr. Blaine is a prononced pro
tectionist. These and such as these
are the considerations that explain the
unavailability for Saw York of the
candidacy of Mr. Blaine, and similar
reasons doubtless alienate the feelings
of Massachusetts voters as described
by Ex-Governer Claflin. These rea
sons ought not to be disclutrged, be
cause they are not of a kind to be over
come by an enthusiastic party hurrah.
Ve8tate them frankly because although
the conviction of his extreme unavait- ,
ability as a candidate is- very widely
felt, it is not often nor plainly express
ed. Those who, like ourselves, earnest
ly desire republican success must not
shut their eyes and ears, nor encourage
others to do so. A nomination often
determines the result of election,
and the nomination should be made,
therefore, only upon the more careful
comparison of views, and the most ex
plicit statement of actual opinion and
feelin?. No republican candidate can
carry New York who does not unite in
his cordial support the three great sec
tions of republican voters, the indepen
dents, thehalf-breeds and thestalwarts.
Any republican anywhere in the coun
try who knows what those words de
scribe, and who recalls the republican
result in New York in 1879 and 182,
can describe for hinwejf whether Mr!
Blaine would be an available candidate
for New York, nnil 0ot!er. therefore,
hi- nom'"i I'm v '?!. z'icrcasc tho
chances of continued republican control
of the national administration. '
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