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iUiiZx JANUMtY 2tf 1880.
To the Fanners.
Ruin loans -.tegotiateil through W.
P. (jvcrmaii can l p.ud at the ml of
ai'tv ve.ir wi'Jtout a bonus. Kates an
low a-the lowest. Money furnished
.roni)lh. Olfiee.over city drug store.
9 Per Cent Farm Loan.
Nebraska Farm Lo:n Co. wil
vim a loan on vou farm a
Jt.uulit 9 per cent ami furnish the
Tl,D'V without an v delay. L,an on
Jinn "in the Red Cloud National Hank
A. L. Funk wsi-s in McCikiIc this
v. cck .
D V. Tkuskkv has returned home
fmii. his trip cast.
Ki.ur.it Kaym-ali:, of Kuncsnw, Neb ,
ji-, -.i-iiing S. M. Cupp this week.
.Miti. Kkv.Gko. H. Bkown is recov-
ii r 1 !.. JH.w.j
Feimg r.ipmiv irom net in in hhimo.
Tin: M. E. Church will hold icvivals
thi week, and piobably in the future.
Tiik people of Walnut Cicek are all
nrximu for the C. N. K. & S. V. Kuil-
Jrv. FVi.roiiTii was. in McCook last
week on husuics., connected with the
I!ai:k Biios, of Amhoy, have lost
quite ii number of lings tins winter by
the cold weather.
Mauvi.vS. Makhi goes to Itiverton
next week tc ojieu a temperance bil
Hanl hall in thai burg.
r. . llosFOKU has :ii ranted to rattle
oil' hi- wagon, team, and pi mien. Thin
will oe a chance for some fellow to get
ii team for $1.
A i.ii. Mosimt has been patiently
nursing one of Job's comforters on the
inside of his no-e. It about doos the
Tin: soct.i' at Kev. Alden's Monday
infill for the benefit of the distressed
a.id indigent of our city, was a nuecess
and was quite largely attended.
Sr. Vai.kntksk's day will soon bo
here, and then the average School boy
will get eyen with the teacher who has
abused him. "It was ever thus."
Cn. Buschow went to Lincoln
Tuc-day on business connected with
the railway commission. Charley is a
good fellow and the right man in the
V. N. Ki.mj, editor ol the Hclvtrt,
ha accepted a traveling position with
the Omaha JlentM. Ho traveled three
or four days last week writing up the
,irioiu towns In the V alloy.
M. S. Maksii has the finest gold
watch in the Republican Valley, the
list price of which is $300. The case
is finely inlaid and engraved and on
tho back Hd a. sparkling diamond is
pleased. It's a dandy.
Mit. Fkank Jos is, onu of onr stanch
democratic friends, of Scott, paid these
hcadquariors a pleasant call and took
a peep into Thk Chikk'h steam print
ing establishment. Aho, we noticed
our lriend, A. PieristolFin the city.
Mkspks. Spraoher, Thompson, and
Dr. Schenck, from CowIcb registered
this city Monday, and paid their com
pliments to these headquarters. Wc
also noticed the fimilier faces of the
Messrs. Waller. Mr. Fuller was also
doing the city
Dit. Gkhtii, the state veterinary sur
geon, made Tiik Ciiikk a pleasant call
Monday while enroute tor Denvei. The
Doctor is a graduate of two celebrated
veterinary colleges and nnderstaiuts
Iii husinwi fully. Ho is doing good
woik for the btate.
TiiAtrs entered the residene of .Mr.
A.J. Kenney ti lew evening sim-ef
during the absence of the family. The
only articles missing were a lot cf
chicken bones that had been partially
picked by the juvenile members of tho
Jamily. and a quantity of mi'k,
Dn. Maiias and H. W Lippincotti
ofOberlin, Kansas, were pleasant call
cm at these headquarter this week.
ne i eports circulated here that forty
people were frozen to death in that
vicinity by thtt late bliiuard they nay
aie without a semblance of truth.
A L. Fc.nk lias moved his agricul
tural implemout office into the office
lately occupied by the Western Im
plement Company. wet of Miner's
stoic on 3rd Avenue. The new office
is much better suited, to his business
than t le one lately occupied by him.
We can not see for the life of us
why Nos. 3y and 40, camion ball
trains, should not carrv mail from this
city and along the route from Atchi
son to Denver. Tlie governmen
should see to it that a mail service is
put on that train. This service is very
much needed, and Thk Chief wishes
to enter its protest against there beinj;
no mail carried on these trains.
Tin: B. fe M. have been quite un
fortunate this last week with wrecks.
Thev hav had one at Guide Rock.
and another on the Oberlin branch.
Several people were injure! by the
branch accident, and a drummer had
his legs mangled so that they had to
be amputated. The accident is report
ep to have bet'ii caused by the snow
plow colliding with the passenger train.
We have received the tirst number
of the Harlan County PemQcntt, pub
lished at Republican City. It is a neat
folio and is evidently published by a
Chinaman, as the name at the top of
the column is "Lu Di," and what
makes us all the more believe that he
is a Chinamau. is that only a Celestial
could possibly,, have the courage to
start a democratic newspaper in that
republican stronghold. However, we
with our editorial friend success in his
! i '.
A .-ii.n;ui nieet Kiorui
Vis-cunt fc DkeS'Sj
- - . . r.'l
linn ni nainicrs. a
ItefiiSEas has been pi
r.1 1 .1 - I
Mouu mis week. .
TiibW. C.T. U. ml.
Alden'h Wediiesdav f,
Vrf titnlordf unit tH'il-1
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aim ur. 'iiere. win ao;
AikjLT 30 r.ivelini:
ed in in this dty duri;
Hodgson fc Fuu.ti ;
opened a me it malJ;;
tirimni' (nn'ti. ? J
John Laws has pur
ol rniversity land frm
Scott, near Aniboy.
DiiN'T furget that'tt i
inent of t:ie G. A. II. jf
be neld here in Fcbrjj
We publish an iuton
cation from A. T. Onu
enroute for Los Angola!
Mies. NewkoPsE h;i;
some substantial iiupr
Candy and pickels at HickerV
Ctm:r Ki.kv. At the residence
of the bride's mother, in Caicy,".. on
'Hie iiyperlHTrcan wenther of tho la4t I
fair in Red
ht at A1R-.
le late bli.-
d 4W acres
ibiaska is to
who is now
inents on the
interior of her dry goodfVorc.
Oil ! how long ! hour Imk, will "them
aire bli.jirds continurl Will Mime
weather prophet give- ms pointer'
The plat for the Caimpo. Nebra.-ka
Kaunas &, Southwei ,ni r:,,'W:,-v ',su
been filed with Co'jni.y.aleik Railey.
.Sutton Hour at I'erkin-.t Mitchell's Thuisdav cienimi. January 14. IC. tlin e neck. !i Mtnrncrct down to
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Ouanartv of ex- '
i It fitJu.r nf !;! Clnnii NVIi unit
Mia Anna C. Kaley, of Cirey, O. .
I The nuptial party was very quiet,
JIIV. L1.4V IKV II1V.U1V i3 ?
Full line of eyauoratcd fruit
L lilies' hand eatcheU at the
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inaiiii... bride being prc-ent. Tlie h.ippy par
IHAIIKO, cougo am. ..o.K swuj, ... , Mnv wUh yr w K;l,ev HM,
City Pharmacy, cures every tune. j w- Jf Re, nn
The best and choicest candies at 1 ! cveninj: train for Wrtsh:ngton. D. C.
U. news stand. Lad,!-, come and give , hv lhc q( a ht q(
them a trial.
Ale '81 warrant ja wanted by
Treasurer McNitt. lfft.m have any
it would be wise to caHMnd get your
Vis&ciiKK, the arti-.itJipis leceiveil an
order to furnish pbtiJpf the ex ten-. on
of the Ited Cloud 'tiou.tl Bank
E. L. KNiia of BiirifKloii, Iowa, a
member of the NehriMn Lumber Co
of this city, was ir fled Cloud this
Ot;u now county omm- are having
lots of fun gettin;yiokc into the
complicated narne.'? their various
Mit. Wali.eu, of
Mjile llean-j" ture- billou-nes-', head
ache, constipation, fir sale at City
K. (': Cook will probably go to
Decatur, Illinois, soon, to take a posi
tion in the American Kspres office.
For.M. Itelwccii the MethlNt and
Hapti-t churches, a ladies rubber shoe,
Owner can have same by calling at
Ql'vkterev conference to-night at
M. E. Church. Sacrament sabbath Take It Oirr It seem- to us that
evening, Ilev. John Call.igher, P. K , t now is the time to take car of on
Hastings, preaches. , bridge across the Republican Kiyer
K. W. M Do.salI), grand lecturer of , A good idea is that which ha been
the A O I. W., wn in this city this j euggested that it be taken out until
week and completed the organization the iee is !r.ken ip We think this
friends in thi community, where the
bride h long and well known and
highly esteemed. Returning, the party
will visit friends at Winchester, Va.
After returning and visiting fr.iends in
this city, ami probably in Michigan
also, the bridal party will go to Red
Cloud, where they will make their
iuture home. Long may they live,
and greatly may they prosper. Cury
1.0 ) Timrj,. j
boiler and engine, w
purchased of A. L
Feiikuaky 2 is
les, took the
to Cowl en,
hog day. That
intelligent quadruriWwill have settled
the weather question! ere our next
Ko. Hio.iil.yni is:iu- a half ton
of coal, and the lei fW who borrowed
it didn't even leave gall card or slate
when he would rctJMftit.
). II. SrANocLirljMuother column
of to-day's paper, n'MHiiucoa the fact
that ho U now reai.Mte operate in the
real estate aim inswBce business.
of Ited Cioud bulge Xo. GO.
The firm of C. D. McMillan it Co.
general hardware dealers etc, were
closed by creditors this week, We were
unable to learn the.r liabilities.
Hurrah ! for the Eclipse and Mag
nolia Hour, from .Sutton roller mills,
ecipeall other brands in the market.
Perkins & Miichei.i..
Kdw. F. Wiener, the post-ollice
news dealer, will leceive in a few d iys
an elegant assortment of stationery,
back gammon boards, dominoe. tab
lets of all kind-, etc.
Fur the beat and choicest cigala in
the Republican Valley go to the P. K
new.s stand. Try the 3 for J5c import
ed cigars. Also an elegant stock of
nickel good, cigarette.-, etc.
. H. Ri'.-T .-ays he has atiout three
thousand yearling apple tiees that ar
grafted on two year old roots to sell
cheap. Also all kinds of first-class
niiisery stock to sell at reasonable pri
ces. Sind i.i your orders early.
subject would be good food for thought
by our business men's association, a
they aie more interested than an
other of our citizen. Something
should be done a- soon as po-sible in
icgard to tho matter of saving the
bridge from being taken away by the
ico gorge -
Ouk devil, since reading a recent
.oelical effusion fiom our ilemocrAtic
Rei Ct.orr Om.r ! Iwl Jf
"- - , roadlm: you r iper tfcat " p Ps
wiiNum-f ik .'. . t v, n 4. , yotJ v i, i rcht ,4,4 ettAJWa
j R. Ct at 7 40 a. m , Jwit ?.' A run of Uigri a railroad luiH fti ' y tivtett
t PJOimivo "outlmarj nmoi.g 'he foot ! w frxa to Kh! Cid. .i?itwc
a vA4t extent ol n;r - tin ny
cr.il hne of rocul. rrdv UxtK tm
nine C4l and rt. hrfsic fiS
and outhe4:. in,v.!n Jh UUier
as our former have got th'ir Inib-
flleil rady to haul their fifteen cun
corn to market th" snow t, molting j hill of the Kockic bring i to Pueblo
and leaving the road bare in m.my .u Colorado pnng nc gc' a fcur tiw
ulace. of Pike' Peak, .-tandiny grim and knc
J. C. Waller hauled hi new -team ' n his frigid niAiitle of nhic, hkc a
engine from Retl Cloud to Cowles this ghostly enttnet guarding the Amnion
W"Cek nf the Civt !inl lhi mtnt' li.idiwork
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removed hi family to Red Cloud. , dinner and we turn westward un V&
v mis of CV'v
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Mr. C Waller Iook he tram on . ArkaoM, rnvr At (Vinnoii UgjEg5'! Jnrv uf tho Hm TW
Monday l.-ist lor ( onw.iv. Iowa, where , arc xxv lo he IMnin laugsXJfflliT J j.pJ 1K. amt l Wiiv ttM tt m
thv wa Ciilhil by a tCicgram an-' little engine turn
notiucing the seriou- illne-s
SCriOtl- lIUH-s Ot her till -t fill.r nf hll. TimimtntM. JI..W
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brother. A lutir telegram announces 1 j, th2 barrier to by p4ed W!l nv
his death. o mcr, nmler or through' The uc-
Hotl-oii t Fuller are liavint. a large uon is soiel a oir train makimg n
lot of ire haUed for u-e in connection j.hort nire enters a imritw Iepth m
with ihvir meat market. , the rock. and no know w are m th
D. II. Ruick i- iing the bii-'hest jCrniHl CamHi of the Arkan.. with
market price for corn and lii. j UmAy rtKm for tho river and nulrtnid
.Mrs T J Latta is spending a few ilWv, :j,veiiitg walla of grnmie
weeks with friend- in Kdgur, Xeb.
yv) feet high we am th rue-tan tH of
Prof. Fickiso is J
So far wc have ul.1
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lor ins ai'iuiy n .
It. V. SlIIUEV, t
Cloud National B ii
big snow banks out
ring line Micees
ir public schooU
turd a word of
;r ol tho Rod
y was virwing the
r-t this week. In
his absence, oirJaudoiue young
To tho Ladies of Red Cloud.
Last winter when the encampment
of the (J. A. R. and the department
convention of the Woman's Relief
Corps met at Ilcatrice, the delegates of
the W. It. C. were all entertained free
by the ladies ot the city, thereby es
tablishing a precedent which wo hope
Red Cloud will follow. We want the
delegates to carry away as good an
opinion of our city as they did of Bea
trice. The storms since the ev Your
came in have delayed our arrange
ments so much that we fear we will
not be able to sec the ladies at their
houses, and we would be glad if those
who would entertain dologates would
call on or Peiid woid to Mrs. McBride
at her store. By so dchig you will
confer a great favor on the R, G.
it. Ci: K.VIlSHT.
contemooraiy, has concluded that
he. too, lias poetical aspirations. The
following isdii- latest effort
'I lie "IN-Iuh'I.' iii a oniiniiii l u",
I iiiitf! ! a l'ultrr .IliimIi rv .
'Ihc"Arii"liaci:iiiycl to a iii.irto, rol
( wliirh tin- motiu' jMtwor I Itulu Mlkli.
Wliilr ;ill Tiik Ciiikk man has to do
I- Mini on -team ami uriml Vm llinmli
Owing to the excellence of the above
poem we have promoted the young
man to chief of tlie poeoeai staff.
The following itam is taken from
the Omaha lies of last Tucsda.
"At the evening session Judge Dun
dy signed an ord r of sale in the case
of Howell Vs Jones:, naming II C.
Jalonc of Lincoln as receiver, requir
ing him to give bond--in the sum of
S50.00U. The plaintiir, Geo. W. How
ell, of Atchison, and the defendant,
Richanl Jones, of Red Cloud, were
formerly in partnership, and lumber,
vatdsat Franklin, Bloomiiigtou, Alma
Blue Hill, Red Cloikl and KiverUmk in
this city. The present prnoeUluR are
hr.il with a view to aolliug the property
and luakint hu equitable division."
Miss F.nnie Ru-ter. who ha- been rt Mjc , tlv Uiwet- of the eurth i
vi-iting in Cowle wnh her -ister-, Mr- j u,e turrow -trip of sky k-iW over,
(f W linger and .Mr.- J. C. Waller. , head stars may be stun in ifavtitne. It
sieturued to her horn. in Franklin , i,!tiiv- ioUi .h.un U.,r.. rv ,J
county on Mopilay last. i sunlight icaclm this cna-m No
Rev W I) p,ij,.. and wife, -tneo x, "elation can ei-i, and nut t..Ul
their return from their wedding tour j lta neor enturu into it depth. A
in the mountains, are coilv domiciled ( httlu further on uud we leuth tho
in the parsonage. j Urand Iorge wheie no room u touml
Since writing the above another l,-ide the stream fut th nilnd. ami
arctic wave h.is truek Us, j.id we aie ,t ,., built Tr it, supported h an arh
threatened with another bli.. .il sli ol. w nh lKUngs in ihe ciaiule
Miirihd, by Re W. I). Page, at j u.ill-. For mile- fiuther the rtM-ky
Cowle- Neb , Jan. g, !vs. M i. Iaac nuiitrur ol the emioit coJitimiOs grnd-
11 iiuuni-l Mi l.li.iMiiilli all ot i Utlu f.idiug :iwm iwtu a lotmratiM'h
Webster count v
Mauled, b C. .heuek.
Stillwater. ob-ter count., Nebraska,
January i!l, liHti, Mr Daniel Cook to
Mi- Saiah Krwin, all of Webster
a ojwirativ ch
open rountiN A tew station aloe
Sahdn anothei engine L aMached and
we notice the t:am men rritically e
iimiug the wheel, brake-, etc. iiimI we
know soiui'thllig 1 aheail Yes. in-
county, Neb The bride will please j ,U-ed: we now havu to climb the Rock
accept the thank- of The Chikk out- j range, winding back and forth arms
fit for a portion of the doliciou- wed-1 the face of the mountain at a gtade ot
ding cake-1 L. H. . 220 feet to the mile. hen one third
. ,77 ' . . ( of the wav uii u halt l- uuide and wo
Cowlos, and ita Businoss Mon. . ..,.. , , , ,
fluid that one of oiii uguus i d.abled
Arriving the town of Cowle-wc at J Meanwhile a furious -now storm has
once made our way to the baidware -et in, and lo be snowed in for a few
store of C. W. Fuller, which store i-! weeks on the Mimmit of the range
friend, John R.
John F. Dunn,
whom we menlU
having drawn n Jpm
v, steered the
f that iustitu-
d last week as
lion from the V. S
in Upland. The
re long to etnov
Shef Corps will
us wcck ai ins in
poor fellow did n
meet at the usiMiMhour and place
Monday, Februai fX It is desirable
that every mcmbtlioiild be present
nl that time, nsjbirc is in;,, .mit
business to be atttilitd to in cornice
tion with the coJMf convention.
Coi.. URRIF.. wlBl h.ii been in the
city for a few t1attp the interest cf
the Western Mvtltl Benevolent As-
A New Fihm. Cn Thursday of this
week Me.-srs. U'm. dates and B. F.
Waterman, two well known citlxens of
this place, formed a copartnership for
the purpose of dealing in horseflesh,
etc. They have purchased the Flymi
stables, and seven lot, near
Nebra-ka Lumber Ynrd, and
John Street, well known to many
of our people, cainc to Ited Cloud last
Friday, w after- transacting what
im-lnes he had to attend to, bundled
up and started for home towards
evening." He got na far as the river
bottom, and w'jtrcu there lost his" way
in tlie night an wandered Around un
til almost morning,' an liad it not
been lor a light in the depokby which
be was cnaUed to find bis way. back to
the city he might" have possibly per
ished in the intense cold. A it was
he was so chilled, tlmi it took some
time for him to recover. Aftergctting
to the depot he went to Mr. Philip
Harklev's, where he found .-belter for
the I the balance of the night, und Saturday
wjj j morning returned home. It was a
clo-e call Ji)i" Mr. Street.
full from top to bottom. Mr. Fuller i
etijoyiug a picnic at prescu t, as lie is
Passing up street wo rome to the
oflice and lumber vard of Piatt t Free.
iMthout provi-iop.-i t- an unpleii-nut
prospei t, and we all breathe freer
nhril altera delay of halt an bout a
fiesh engine ariive? ith a nw plow
in fiont. and we again move laborum-
withMr.A. H. Linebaigur as sake- ly forward. In on hour our train huh
man. Thev have lumber and snow for j in a snow shed anil here we are in that
sale, as alo lias the People's Lumber
Next is tho store building of Turner
va-t notch in the backbone of Amurtc.i,
M-ir-hall Pa-s, 10,S."iS feel abote i-h
level the highest point, except one.
Bros, which ot procnt is occupied by reached by anv raihoad. Ilete wr
leave one engine, and with all team
shut oil ami air brakes ct wo begin the
dc-ccnt of the western slope. Wu aie
fortunate to get over when we did. a
Mil ix bonis theienfter Marshall Pas
was eloed by snow It requires an
abler pen than mine to poitiay the
grandeu- and subhuie beauty of the
Black Canon ot the Cunni-nn b
moonlight, in midwinter, beside I wa?
aslecp when we went through tt, and
for these reason wi'l not attempt a
description. Wc awake in the morning
well out in the western de-ert, ur
rounded bv a scene of desolation. Mr
ociation, has g:
to (Inide Rock.
henceforth buy and sell hoises and
keep a general feed and sale stable, In
a few days Mr. Waterman will 0 east
to buy horsOs. The Chief wishes the
new firm -ucccss and piosperitv. This, plaints made to his oil... r. . .ri'
Tan iiistiiuuon inai nun uouu mis Undered horses in this louiity. Out
long needed, j ()f some d.wien head examined he found
fiLANbEiis. Dr. Ccrth, state veterin
ary stirg''tj Nebraska, was in Red
Cloud -rT2. investigating com-
the barbershop and, we are sorry to
say, the pool and gaming tabic.
Fussing on we next come to the city
drug store, owned by Cook tt Meacham
Mr. Meacham is a very pleasant gent
and is enjoying a, good tiade.
Peak it Latta, general mcrchan ti
carry quite an expensive sioek, alo
deal In iiardware. ..fc
Here we arc at tlie black-nnth s)iop
and as listening Jf- the muic of. the
anvil we can but think of the smith
who propo-ed to the giriA)MJLwon her,
too, by showing her hi hand ftill of
Pas-ing on to the livery and feed j ;. of Lincoln, mid iiiysnlO-made 'J,0-i
stable ofSchenek ,t Jark-in we find I each before breukfal. marking up our
them up to their ears in bii-ine.-.
Cro-sing the street we come to the
photo ami art gallery, which would be
a credit to any town.
The Captain ii srjrlcriii his business
He succeeded ui'ifbiming an advisorv
board in this at ) jjunijiuMjil of iome
of our must PrH-fl,t business men.
JS. J. Siiuii.EY, mitant of the state
encampment of Hfllra.ka. was in this
city this week tQaiua arrangements
lor the meeting i:l1 ho,'v m Iod
Cloud next xnoiitlli He selected the
Gardner House aajipadquaiter for the
band of 17 inei-eigfcnd the Holland
House as heu! 'qwrters for the eu-
campmciit. '21 1 ptits will he repre
The relief ooiawfiee ol the W. C. T.
U. dcire to thunkhe public fur their
generous reapo'Wtto their appeal for
aid. Monev reClfed, ?JL35; coal two
ons; provision, w-'k). also consider
able second hwi4lothing. Through
"" z t i-
the suggestion oyadies, not members
of our union, v' 'will give up this work
to an associatin"l be lornieil by the
ladies of the city. S call tor which will
be found in th s djlereiit papers.
We are p1Mf4 le:irn tl,sU c- J
Crone, who liiw(n helping our en
terprising alnMJ. man. Mr. C. F.
Cather, has r:id the appointment
of deputy trr! from County
Treasurer 3Icl"tl? Mr. Crone is a de
serving gentkK niiSand every way ful
ly qualified ti uRhe important posi
tion of deputy CO11." treasurer. The
Chief congri.ttH the good brother
on his appoMIMpt to ttie aforesaid
will meet in ad-
The W. C. T. U. of Red Clo jd hold
their annual election of ofliecrs Janu
ary G, 1SSG, and elected officers as fol
President Mrs. BrakefieUl.
Vice President--Mrs Aldcn
Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Dr
Recording Secretary Mrs. Noll.
Treasurer Mrs. U. B. Gates.
Lonil Vice-Presidents The Mrs.
Giaves, Lossing, Yissc.her, Maryatt.
Money raised in the past vear, i3IO.
Held six weeks of temperance meet
ings, and over 400 signed the pledge;
100 Lei ong to the cadets. The band of
hope under the auspices of W. C. T. 13.
is self sustaining. Collection. $15.15.
three that were diseased and warrant
ing condemning, which he proceeded
to do, and two that were quarantined
tor eight weeks. The horses con
demned were o.vned a. follow.- J.
Rilev, one horse 111 eilv. W IL Peck,
one horse; and a man by the name ot
Crawford in Ratio township, one horse
The horses quarantined belonged to
.V. Bryant 111 tin city. The live ctock
commission were here tlii week and
ordered the horses killed. This is right
an J citizens of the county should have
no hesitancy in making complaints to
Dr. Gerth if they are satisfied that the
horses are glaudered. It is a duty
they owe themselves and neighbors.
J..iijii ir i
HWiraska land. A good breakfast t
Green River and away over lh dert
we go again, ent Pric- river, which
we thereafter n-eend. through Civile
rhen there is the citv hotel. John I Gate. Ctle Canon, and the Ui Nr
it. !. . . 1 . 1 1
i i.w. . .-.stv " Lio- Mine makiiii: a grnnuni
if. 11 iiiii. ... r.v .-,. - .
to the plain, about the uk, lTf--
gentleman i a .-ucccs- as a landlord j here 1- a hay stack, the i.i-t -cmi hi
Next i-the office of Dr. C Schenck. 5X mile- mid 11 attract more utti-u-
'Ihe Doctor is too ell known over the tion than Mt Nebo. who lifts m ow
jountv to need any word of oiiuii'mi I Had -ummil to the south, or th :'el
. . t .1. i.i. ..
rhe.v have a neat house and do a good ' a-cent of the a range
t ' ti'luMi i i ib-C(Mwl nlnii" S
OU-lliesS. ' " ---
Next 1. it. W. Wells' retaurant, 'lhc
trl j -iatot. tnt Utt MXmn ifrMl
known to mll I uUi aopmm jvm
ahI Dnqottua, and b ihlrUm liwx
I defeat your romd I uis ttumy twf
rcaoi- tor dirt4n?: tt. ami
jftio Jev lofi u I rAl
my battle ho t twvl !h faiHy
What mhaUrff lo Krd CUahI ml its
ndf.etU ptoj: wuwhl t( W buuhl tkm
proposed rvnJ W bt 't at! m a
tloaeii other mud WwUttts rl m im
(knulo cl ti?. rtuiuusc -
or omh-oti m Um Utr lUm 4
Arkann ami T Uir
ol lreadv uoo kI rv. to bttt Hnr
bur truni i"Wu nl owl frusn Xhmr
Tr AimI do w mi h lmAt
nrds m Red 1 1.t,l. td eal tftcwltff
tu Why. Mr Mn. jimi rrMua!jr A
not kuou Unt i liMUn. Iatfdte,
uwl ierv iliw fnMut if tb tt
w Imiu tbi'i nto CiMijtusg lour at
mml ixl ami Uinbi t ciirftr ttt
huru. frti ti two to ilr duiiar vm eaml,
ami aJmhU lit- ?.im it UhumumhI MMi
on himUer Itring tt ajH cii
tiutt ot xvtidn hrrt mid bfiM lM
-ai toe com jhUImmi tti lubrr m4 cwl.
tlor ;tliiiil ml, for in a vtVfi
ir :L thto lui ttJ lumir a
!ta4Mi ddu tr t 4 lvnOtWtl, H
nu-t t' blctni(c in fith U. pffawii'ti
Ml'in nenm Ht i . Jf
ciis'l.help it I uhl wilr Ui m tfe
toiot ( tbe limn hair ho cuM m
to Denver uid by ri, btr U r (IM
prseiit roiul uimI ciijmH llii Mt
Jttt m in UttttkH-i Did y mH try l?
ml how lui; did ihtM. my ttvimdf
I .bum that it 1 Uu irr-r w hf tni
one road, for oa iin in arh bfucli
tti the dttb'reiit tuMg inUrt Is U
that nut taml in. Wtik two riMMis
V.ii l.rtog mid nprtt ttmt4lUt MMi
thee b ehHi'r trisli-fUiM. "Ill
cheaMr the trnitptftAliui tbo bgtr
the pn. o is lor H kt-nl rf rohtsr,
iumI the lower 'he 'itv fot tbtAgL c
uimil, which is :! vHily trw l- E
iMommv Ami no t orrHi Wfei
we watti t to bottd tf tH 1wb, kPW
bri !g aero- ibe Hrablen. H mr
wacon nmU il.at prwhir f all kind
run be hauled bre and totft- by r
UiNers i.tnl shtpfil over tt rul wu
me Had we the lrtdg ao! tWnd
that thu peoplo roliM e-iMty tfft Kr A J
with their giHwts wo euwld hi il Ului "
the produce, tuck atnl trvrftlhunf. '
within one buodred mil An mi RrI l IkhI
over the preet at ruMl Jl ll b
it oti had one dozu uUm r f'tuU aim
ttu tunes the buyer Ry bnvmc gii!
bridge and rmule we mhU up
town. 1 nproe the price i eut tU.
I'ompare Ril tl'MMl ami ; n rf
land oetore the piueratrilt wm Utlli
with the Bftme town and tnrm u Uttt
to dtiv and .ee hri ti are. With
tin ruiupaiiV fnirlv md I ! m:
tint need of nuolhur railrvad l .
till otto We hae gl Hlltb' !
get ihw freight mid w will nhip I
sav tha thin new bnii ( nl m i h
bi'iiieti. mid fottfver definlM It hr - V
better for u- who iihI in with uV ti
it M. to keep ail other nmU l. tuwl
now Imi, m forming our lo" - t
uiaku t'hi the eeitier of th fttfbt If
we can get tho people. pijr2iy lh
farnier. to rati h mt IHW rd hi
defeated jmru I he Iwtit l lh Arywc
long and loud that vim nh ,ro-l
road i tiothuig utoru nor Urn- !
-ehem of tho R .t .M. 1ki AT tiUf
the builder and p!;uUr u Mim mm
line lor tbe iurti-ii ( Hfl4itf dy
liaung other irl- workiMg Mt itw
whole mutter Nw. tihwMVMI
thl line We lOt lAs ofquMnl t ! It.
Si M bo tiding u) mr rU It
wouhl not hqi 11 in frtil tnmpmA
tton Ihtt on the oUer rmud. !: gy
fa or any ilher rd a- er ' o.f
t..f : iHir loli nl i.-ti roni 1
from ti rj,y waters ot Lake Ctah -eett in the
Here we ate at the post oIhc Mi dt-tance. Now our route t among
ri'.ir.m i f H.r.. i. flu. t.Iui-.. to ro-tlitt" tllaire. and thrifty htm
VIIIIUIU. '' w w v -..- f- . -
ceries, quecuswarc. or a
Vfui r irl on-.
We next call 011 Mr. D II. Ruirk, ' Ctali , fre.h), dr.wn the bank of tin
it.. urnM. Innr 'I bo lnitvor. river Jordoti. e ilebouch into 'lo
lilt lllli41 ,1.11.1't.. V... ..... . .., I '
clothing, drv gool.-, gro. houc. surrouinb'u by orctiani ami
letter from broad and level gram Item- and mea.b
J-ktrlin.r along the edge ol Lake
;j.i o mU K1''-' "
.e I ir I" ' '
I'tlo-r rd wo!S
l; .V M We lllift Im
a niK-e ntilnay r-i'ior u
P. X M Uithl thitt pro)
He Mt tdebit
kj;i all other fuj
Now let tin. bi ".' '
1 1 ; th ftrt ti ' t
leftw tig. ml ir 1 rvK
line wr 'an rn e
w hirh has Im"i w ij
five or U y'rtr I .'
war wImxiii until - 1
r user aMl ier
Once yMi hare tb m
A Cn wiJK of Knt.M. On Monday the
dry goods and notion house lately
.ztfirtA.l tti flii nif l.t fr Clk4riri
Averatre attendance JO; number of,"' , - . ,"....,,-
. ...t I Ducker, nephew of our friend ilhsini
mem jew, aw, ineomcersare . r.. . ,.
al venlict i- that he give- gO(nl weight plain abo'tt Salt lik. and at .VIO p ,iMK her op. but '-
m arrive at the fatnoii Mormon itv
lhc par- ' named after th lake It i warm here
nti'l -treet- inuuuy ami
.Superintendent Mrs. Maryatt
Assistant Mrs. Ballard.
Secretary Mr. Teaj.arden.
Treasurer Miss Mattie Ballanl.
Chorister Mrs Denney.
If you like a good cigar, by Moore'
Choice, 5c, at City Pharmacy.
- - '
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the late Win. Letson will call
and settle before February 15. 1SSG, at
which time all accounts will be left
with au attorney for collection.
Alison Letsox, Administratrix.
A good business ro m on south
Webster street, Red Ckud. Apply to
A. L. Funk.
journei meet nfFu t,ie wh f febru-1
ary. At thtVk'tnsMing the petition for
special eleettt " i votc bonds for the
C. N. K. & Si Wy will be presented
aud acted uJH,n--here is 110 doubt
on w:ll be favorable
The people are en-
lew road all along
but what tliei
to the project
thusiastic foe "
the line, anC lJ
naicing ttie nece&s.-irv
ave good large peti-
vwnship. They mean
A first-class livery aud fecit stable
for sale. Inquire of D. B. Spanof le.
- "A gTeat bargain offered in a farm
uear town. Will be taken out of
market if not sold soon. Inquire of
D. B. Spa-ojle.
The Amboy Mills Beady for Biud
noes. Notice is hereby given that the
Amboy Roller Flouring Mills are now
ready to, grind wheat by their new
process. Their friends anJ patrons are
covdially invited to call. Flour guar
anteed to le the equal of any made in
1 2otf Tolly Bbos. & Go.
Ducker ot this city, changed hand,
and is now known as J. J. Ducker &
Co., Mr. John Ducker, formerly with
Miner Brrw., lfaving porchaeii an in
terest in the store. John is one of the
best dry goods clerks in the west, hav
ing been reared from childhood as a
counter jumper. The change of firm
was made necessary hv Mr. Geo.
Ducker having to assume charge of
their interests in Johct, Hi. Thk
Chief takes gieat pleasure in usher
ing John into the active business cir
cles of our city, knowing full well that
he is fully able to keep the store up to
the standard of excellency that it has
already attained, by hi years of exper
ience in the busines. He will fill the
store from top to bottom with x rom
nlete line of all goods that the trade
demands, and will as in the past sell
goods down at bed rock prices. He
will be assisted by his sister, Miss May
Ducker. Miss Sadie Becker, and Mr.
Frank Match. We wish the nerfirm
an abundance of success, and tespeak
for them the same generous patronage
that has been extended the house in
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the firm ol Peak & Latu,
will please settle at once and save
costs. We mean what we say.
Peak A Ltt..
An elegant line ot uvrfumes,- at City
We came near forg rttin
sonage. hcrc the Rev. Pace and wife -" -nov an" ;l"MM
... . r .. ! loppy WenreunfaM
are enconscit. Here lite oung ioih r( Vu!) ,lt(. n,,.t.3raIHC ,f thertty. but
wander in two- and listen to the ittys 1 no doubt it looks much better in um-
tic words, and leave as one.
Dr. W. T. Johnson, who located here
1 r. ..
Fine weather for this part of the
country. We have not had any of
those double-headed blizzards uch as
yuti have had in Webter county. The
trains could run here every day until
now. They were blockaded at Free-
niont and Long Pine, but not in this
pait of the country. It has not been
cold enough hers for cattle and
bogs to freeze to death. Everylody
likes this, as; well as they do
any other part of the country; and
then this county is pretty level untii
yon get outh of the Xiobrara river,
which is about 15 miles from here.
when you reach the -atiil hill. "lite
country between here and there is all
very level and is splendid farm land.
I have seen potatoes growjust as well
in the sod as in old ground, and so it
is with most everything which thev
r raise here. Cif.vs. Woiilej:.
again, U 3011 tvtsit. 1 our
mer wnh trees in leaf anil flower- in
bloom. Shal attend -ervice in the
If n.-mnt. T..I......Ia Ir.lnV rtfl.1 f, . Ill
, ,. , . ., II.. i'IIIIIIIUII lITliHH .--...J, 'T. -- . -
but five month- ago. i. a thoroughl I c0 for (),Aihu s:.lcramcnto . wnil ,
competent physician, having taken full ' .ngelc, from whence you may hear
course in medical college, as well a
practical exiterience m hospital at
Cinciniiatti. has an extensim practice
which i daily increasing
At the B. it M. office again, and as
we take a tie pass out of town we are
heard to ttigh. "Blew me. it -nrould le
pleasant, riding on a rail."
Plouty of s now.
Road bad!) blocked
Considerable -tock lot tlunnz the
late -torni- John Webl-cr Jot over
'J hog. and a cow Vetera I other
loot quite a number of hogs and
chickens. One man i rcjiortdl to
have loft three hundred head of h'p.
Mi ranma Orr ha returnil from
Superior whre he had len tayiig
dunng the pat nmmer and fill
(i W Orr and Hugh Crawford re
turned la.t week from the west whre
thev had been looking after fmv
Dan Cook h moved lack to hit
J. Robinoii ha Ixiught the old ?
i-ciiool hMie belonging to dwxnt No
A ItMlgo of fJcKl Templar ha lceii ;
nrgantzeil m District No. 'ST. '.
' ' jF
v . .-" '
-' IV t t bi
r-i . - rw
n1- 'aS ,
Wt mi' S
', -'H K
011 u t m
r not on S' p
ein eti u, Ifct -4
t w- hv ""Sk
,r !.- 'urn i . '
P I Tf E"
giro the Mild f W ir w
are itr volt hane t n
m hn Jnoti cr iwbtig ,
Ut j'itr or l Iftwn
tlf run the wltrtp itugti'
a th'Te. 1- orno ibo:r 'f
whooped oneo U0 frn f
-,k-I W M
Kok ru.it. TO fcad of fcJf hft W fpil-
loway ralr- bufs aiel b-if-r 'HT
to Di' 11
P nr t
Dieeolntlcn Notice. j
Notice ia hereby given that the firm '
of Jvleeman & Wiener hx been dis-
solved by mutual con-ent, Walter
Kleeman retiring from the bujinest ,
Mr. Ed. Wiener will continue the ba- 1
incs.-: at the old stand.
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